Chairman Bob Goodlatte Discusses James Comey’s Dindunuffin Testimony….

House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte discusses the testimony of former FBI Director James Comey.

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121 Responses to Chairman Bob Goodlatte Discusses James Comey’s Dindunuffin Testimony….

  1. amwick says:

    Funny, he remembered an awful lot about the discussion he had with VSGPotus re Michael Flynn.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      Trump should be able to answer Muller’s questions at the same level of the previous director of the FBI and it should be all good then right?

      Liked by 15 people

      • amwick says:

        VSGPotus is being targeted, Comey is being protected. Process crimes are a thing, unless, of course, YOU ARE PART OF THE PROCESS.

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        • bertdilbert says:

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          • Good Job! says:

            Big talk from Trump. When is he going to do anything about it, or was his signal that he’s going to keep misdeeds of others secret in order to use for political advantage a sign to all that he’s not going to do anything to admit he was wrong in the past, especially wrong strategic decisions like he’s done from day one with the Mueller Fraud?

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            • Robert Smith says:

              Well, I assume he will do it when there is least damage to his presidency and least damage to the MAGA agenda. If you think that is just politics for his own benefit that can’t be helped.

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            • piper567 says:

              Job, I kinda look at presidential tweets such as this as infomercials.
              The President has more than 56M folks reading his tweets…Not all of these folks are up-to-speed.
              I see information as the motive for tweets such as this.
              I’m with Robert, below.

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          • Beau Geste says:

            Again, a whining “tweet” from the President, rather than a direction or Executive Order to the DOJ/FBI to investigate and prosecute Comey for lying to congress, using the same standards used against scooter libby, martha stewart, papadopolous, cohen, hillary,, hillary’s hench-desroyers of subpoenaed evidence, Wolfe, et al, the Awans, etc.

            Weird (or wired?) how he whines by tweet, as if he is a dem troll, rather than President.

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      • BestBets says:

        Corsi couldn’t remember and suddenly became Public Enemy #1.

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    • James Comey is lying sack of excrement! I cannot believe the massive corruption he instituted as Director of the FBI. We need to root out all others still in our Justice Dept. and FBI who function like they’re above the law. Disgraceful!

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    • Monticello says:

      “He who has lost honor can lose nothing more.” ~ Publilius Syrus

      Evil and corruption always brings about its own end. Truly evil’s hand is against all…even itself.

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      • Kinda like have a VERY good Whiskey on the table, a tumbler full and something that they keep looking at…it’s cocked, locked, and ready to rock…

        Pretty soon these morons who tried to take down a sitting, duly elected President will begin to feel the suspense of what PDJT is doing and they will not be able to stand it!!!

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    • Jedi9 says:

      Comey’s eyes are bloodshot, suggesting he is tired and spending a lot of sleepless nights gnashing his teeth!

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      • amwick says:

        He made such an effort to sound ejumacated, big words and all, fancy flowery phases… grrrrr
        Then all the sudden he just goes stump stupid..
        All I can say is payback is a beyotch… and he has it coming to him.. bigly.

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  2. Eric C. says:

    When you know people get framed for process crimes, your best answers are: “I don’t know”, “I don’t recall” and “I don’t remember”

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  3. technerd55 says:

    Comey just confirmed his firing. The director of the FBI should not be this in the dark about what is going under his watch.

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  4. AmericaFirst says:

    As Goodlatte pointed out, Comey DID remember enough to write a book on the topic.

    I think they should inquire as to whether Comey knew, ahead of the event, that DOJ Director Lynch would be meeting Bill Clinton in person during the tenure of the investigation.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      Goodlatte seemed real excited about having another round of wasting time with Comey. Do you think that Comey will answer “yes” or “I don’t recall”?

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    • Monticello says:

      Loretta Lynch’s FBI detail at the Phoenix tarmac meeting knew that Bill Clinton’s secret service detail was requesting the meeting before it happened. This information is in the OIG 2016 election report.

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      • Y’all Know What Time It Is says:

        Loretta wouldn’t exonerate Hillary so they arranged the tarmac meeting to get her out of the way; leaving it for Comey to get Strzok and Lisa to rewrite his opinion about Hillary’s
        Gross negligence in handling the classified material was only extremely careless.jl

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    • lin says:

      Goodlatte and the rest will get more of the first hearing. Just another waste of time. Goodlatte knows this they all know this ‘play’ well.

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  5. Right to reply says:

    So if Comey has no prosecutor power, and he took the decision that Clinton would not be prosecuted. His decision cannot stand?

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    • VV says:

      And Lynch said she will accept FBI decision, – what a great scenario they wrote !!!

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      • Chewbarkah says:

        When questioned about Page/Strock, Comey expressed that he had as much concern for the appearance of bias as the reality, since both destroyed public confidence in government (mustn’t spook the herd you know). Someone should have asked him if each of the following might look like BIAS to any reasonable observer: 1) AG Lynch met secretly with Bill Clinton while his wife was under investigation; 2) Once this was exposed, Lynch publicly announced she would abide by Comey’s recommendation on whether to prosecute, because why? Because she knew had a dire conflict. 3) The law required Lynch to recuse herself and/or devolve the decision to others in the DoJ; to avoid the optics of that, she threw it to Comey illegally. 4) Instead of refusing on the grounds that it was improper, Comey rushed out to comply, and exonerated the obviously guilty Hillary on live TV only five days after the tarmac meeting, 5) GIVING HILLARY CLINTON EVERYTHING BILL ALMOST CERTAINLY ASKED LYNCH FOR. So Lynch telegraphing the desired outcome and having Comey deliver immediately didn’t create the appearance of bias? Puh-lease…

        If anyone has a single doubt that Trump was justified in firing Comey, they should ponder the above, and judge Comey by his own standards.

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        • Zorro says:

          Chew, your points would make a great series of tweets by POTUS, a great line of questioning by congress, pertinent inquiry by an AG. Too bad “our side” is so incapable.

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      • quintrillion says:

        So, the FBI and The Media are now Fake Justice for the Political Left and Constitutional Justice is for the rest of us,,,/s

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        • Beau Geste says:

          President Trump should issue an Executive Order that Equl Justice For All” requires the DOJ/FBI to apply the same standards to all US Citizens. Therefor,
          1. the DOJ/FBI shall not prosecute any disclosure of secret classified records, even if intentionally directed to an easily-hacked location, if the disclosure was careless.
          2. The DOJ/FBI must grant immunity from prosecution to anyone who destroys subpoenaed materials, and then lies, if the DOJ/FBI is seeking information about another person or organization.
          3. The DOJ/FBI must grant immunity or not prosecute intentional leaking of classified records such as FISA warrants, if the leaker is asked or directed to do so by any congressperson or higher-level government employee, even if that congressperson or employee did not have authority to release the records.
          4. The Inspector General has found bribery and collusion by media of FBI?DOJ personnel to disclose confidential information, which has not been prosecuted at all. Criminality by government employees charged with law enforcement is much more criminal and harmful than the same conduct by non-law-enforcement citizens. Therefor, the standard of punishment for non-law-enforcement citizens shall be substantially less than the punishment sought or applied by the DOJ/FBI to law-enforcement personnel.

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      • Y’all Know What Time It Is says:

        Then she hedged her bet b saying she would take the decision of the career prosecutors

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  6. youme says:

    If Comey had pulled that stunt in federal court he would have been held in contempt.

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  7. 236 times Comey dunno.
    Efrem Zimbalist he Zimbalisn’t.

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  8. MAGAbear says:

    Hey, the “I don’t remember, can’t recall” schtick worked for Madame Hillary, Comey just going with what works.

    As Dennis Prager often says, there’s no price to pay for being on the left. Even when you do bad things, it’s always becasue you meant well.

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    • Tazio Nuvolari says:

      > there’s no price to pay for being on the left<

      Just how much of this are we going to take? Where is our breaking point? Now they say President Trump could be indicted for campaign finance violations that everyone else (except those on the right) get a slap on the wrist fine for.

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  9. G3 says:

    I could have sworn the media told us Comey was a “prolific note taker”.

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    • mimbler says:

      Yes, that was cover for him to be able to gin up some notes for whatever current lie he was peddling.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Yeah, it’s all those 302-style notes Comey wrote after he met with Trump. Those notes he gave to his very close friend/partner in the coup. The one that also worked for the FBI, Columbia U, and media. Apparently Comey can’t recall anything he didn’t make up.

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    • Chewbarkah says:

      ..the media told us Comey was a “prolific note taker”.

      They meant to say “prolific note leaker.”

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  11. I really don’t know where all of this will end, and what the longer term implications will of us as a nation. But having a governing elite who break laws with impunity while the average American loses their liberty, property and even their life for committing but a fraction of the crimes that those approved by Washington commit does not bode well. Of that I am certain.

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    • Toenail says:

      I agree. IMO if you look over the pond and observe what is happening in France you get a preview of coming events. Since Americans always do it better our blow up will make the present French events look puny.

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    • Conservativeinny says:

      I agree

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    • louche9 says:

      lp1, Agreed, and I don’t understand the mentality that this is something to be waved away as relatively inconsequential, because PT is tearing it up with China. We have a perhaps quaint but nonetheless ingrained belief in this country that no one is above the law. I remember a friend’s father talking about Watergate over 40 years ago, with the observation that, if he as a citizen had engaged in those activities, he’d be behind bars. Americans today feel the same way about the Clinton Foundation, which the MSM has unsuccessfully tried to turn into PT’s “Russia collusion.”

      And in fact, many of the Watergate players DID go to prison. IL Rep Jesse Jackson Jr, Ohio Rep James Traficant (he of the weird hair), and LA Rep William Jefferson, along with IL Rep Dan Rostenkowski (prosecuted by Eric Holder and pardoned by Bill Clinton, interestingly) likewise have been convicted and done time for far less serious illegal activity than what’s being discussed now.

      It’s only when you hit the Clinton and Bush wall that suddenly enforcing the law becomes irrelevant. The Bushes have been much more shrewd than the Clintons, whether by dint of better connections, inside information on opponents, or simply less need to be so nakedly greedy. The Clintons were thisclose to being the Bushes, Mark II…and then Trump threw a Molotov cocktail into their dynasty.

      Arguably, THE underpinning tenet of this country is that we are a nation of laws, not men. Every day that Senators and FBI and State Department and Fusion GPS employees and all the other Beltway Versailles royal court are allowed to retire, say they don’t recall, endlessly delay with frivolous legal actions is another day that that belief is tested and found to be false.

      When, on top of that, not only the D.C. elite, but illegal aliens are deemed to have superior rights to tax-paying, law-abiding citizens, incendiary is not too strong a word for the outcome.

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  12. tommy says:

    Hey Comey that’s NOT a Testimony that’s called Pleading the 5th !!!!!!!!!!!!

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  13. Leucotheahints says:

    He just dunno.

    Since the FBI includes the word “investigation”, seems he is a dullard and a few fries short of a Happy meal.

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  14. Feckless pointless Congress.

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    • BobR says:

      Aren’t they asking questions they already know the answer to and have corroborated? Bring in the legitimate witnesses to court along with Comey and start the prosecution!

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      • I got sick of the Republicans a few months ago with their obligatory face-time sprints to the Sunday talk shows (political profile-raising) where they’d wring their hands about having done all they ca do, virtue-signal their disgust with the status quo. They really found themselves comfortable and propulsive chairs. Typical politicians.

        “Hey mommy I’m trying to come home. But my tricycle’s stuck in the mud. See?”

        Now DeSantis is a Guv, Chaffetz is a TV personality, Jordan has been elevated into credible Speaker material. Gowdy and Goodlatte are off to pick up Cof C thank you paychecks somewhere. I’m thrilled for all of them. What did we get? GHWB henchman Bill Barr.

        I exempt Nunes.

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        • davidb says:

          @ Full…exactly. At this point and time, it should be quite obvious that there will be no justice for them…just us. Same Kabuki crap every week. Its time to go in the full prep mode and get ready to ride out the storm. My prediction is that Pence will run against Trump in 2020 for the repuke nomination, and a third party candidate will suck up the swing votes, sending the win to the rigged voting democrat.

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  15. bertdilbert says:

    At least Trump fired him before full senility set in.

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  16. Zippy says:

    IF ONLY we had a federal organization that uses forms of torture that don’t endanger the subjects life or leave marks! Oh, wait, we do! Too bad we’d be crossing a line by using it on US citizens because then rather than being used on scumbags like this, it would be used on just US.

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  17. beachbum31 says:

    Vinny ‘the chin’ Comey

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  18. marko says:

    comey lied to congress regarding meeting with obama. comey stated he met with obama only twice, in 2015 and once in 2016 to say goodbye. In fact. a 3rd meeting was held on January 5, 2017 with Rice and several others to discuss russia collusion. Was comey asked about that omitted meeting.

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  19. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    I think that sure was convenient how Rep. Goodlatte was cut off for a commercial break right when he started getting into the justification for a second Special Counsel. Especially considering that he was not invited to stick around for another segment after the commercial break. All that set up and prep work for four minutes to “inform the public” being cut short right when the representative starts getting into the “good stuff”.

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  20. Kent says:

    He lies to Congress but no worry….mueller is his mentor….

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  21. Old Lady says:

    I’m sure none of us thought he would answer questions. Seals it as far as I’m concerned–he’s a crook of the tallest order.

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  22. Sedanka says:

    Will anything actually be done about it, or is it enough for Republicans to be “outraged”?

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  23. jstanley01 says:

    It’s all moot now. The House Republicans are lame ducks and the Democrats are poised to kick their Bread, Circuses and Impeachment Show into high gear for the rest of Trump’s first term.

    Jeff Sessions is the man who will go down in history for rescuing the Deep State swamp creatures for the brief period that they were in the Republic’s cross hairs. Thus endeth the Trump revolution, R.I.P.

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    • NJMAGA says:

      Sessions is the man who stopped MAGA dead in its tracks and any prosecutions of the DOJ/FBI/CIA criminals.

      I still can’t figure out if he’s scared of his own shadow, dumb as a rock, corrupt like the rest of the Big Club or part of the scheme.

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  24. recoverydotgod says:

    The way I see it, the James Comey testimony was demanded to:

    1. Show how much he’s says he “dindunuffin” (incompetence or lying)
    2. Show the contrast between Comey/James Baker characterization of Comey firing and Clinton mishandling of classified information.
    3. Set up for Rod Rosenstein’s testimony (gotta get his by the end of the month) to see what his relationship with Comey and company was from the time he was nominated for DAG (2/1/2017) through Mueller being appointed.

    That’s all the House Republicans have time for.

    Background on Point 2: Drawing out Comey’s characterization of Clinton’s handling of classified information by using James Baker’s characterization (“Really Sloppy” (Comey) vs. “Apalling” (Baker)) under Mr. Ratcliffe’s questioning (pg 225 of transcript) after the democrats decided to try to draw out Comey’s characterization of Pres. Trump’s firing of Comey from James Baker’s characterization under Sheila Jackson Lee’s questioning (pg 81 of transcript) (“threat to national security” (Baker)) and trying to make Comey agree much to his embarrassment.

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  25. evergreen says:

    Manafort prosecuted, convicted, being prosecuted further, in pokey. Flynn prosecuted, sentenced. Cohen prosecuted, sentenced. George P. prosecuted, sentenced, sentence already served.

    Forget about Comey. Somebody tell me why McCabe, who has been referred by the IG for perjury, is not front and center in the midst of prosecution.

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  26. litlbit2 says:

    I do not know when Jeff Seeions knows now what he didn’t know then, seriously! But if I were he, Jeff, these corrupt creatures have no idea of the he$$ that is about to be release on the DNC/GOPe! Literally ruined a life time of work, a long built reputation, disgraced his family name, cost he and his family more than money can by! Lawyer up Buttercups, game on.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/12/deep-state-engineered-sessions-recusal-comey-withheld-info-from-sessions-because-he-knew-about-his-recusal-beforehand/

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  27. Mike diamond says:

    Comey!???= A radical lefty activist who loves hillary,and obama,and he loves Loretta lynch!no members of comeys ,family are conservative,Comey,loves to showboat!

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    • BobR says:

      Just because Sessions was recused does not mean that he has not been a witness to all the shenanigans. Perhaps he should be questioned about what he knows and the decisions he made

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  28. mikeyboo says:

    It seems to me, quite possible that Sessions WAS told and there was an agreement that he would recuse himself and deny knowledge. That way he escapes consequences for something he should have acted on while he was still AG.

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  29. Firefly says:

    Hope they can get a Comey on perjury/lying to Congress

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  30. SmilinJackAbbott says:

    ‘“I think I’ve dealt with warrants where you just identify that your primary [confidential informant], or primary source, has subsources, and so long as the court is aware of that phenomenon and that you’re speaking to the reliability of the primary source, to my mind, that’s a totally legit warrant application,”

    Poor questioning is allowing Comey to lie like this. Specific allegations the FBI put in the warrant need to be repeated to Comey and he needs to explain how Steele is in any way a primary source or confidential informant(he’s not). The application contains nothing but hearsay, ie gossip and Comey needed to be forced to admit using excerpts.

    Also, did he even get asked about foreign spies?

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  31. Slim Shady says:

    I am so fed up with this crap. Many of know that we have the deepest and expansive conspiracy in U.S. history that goes directly to the highest levels of our government, our corrupt government (including the presidency). It’s mind-blowing how many players are involved and how many government agencies are involved, and it includes both parties (such as Paul Ryan, who’s trying to help cover this up; he’s a disgrace to this country).

    And it looks like these scumbags are going to get away with their seditious actions.

    If in fact no legal action is taken against this organized crime syndicate I think what we need to do is organize a march on Washington with MILLIONS, with a very high percentage carrying very succinct charges against individuals. The signage should be very well organized and sophisticated, with messaging that blows the corrupt media narrative out of the water. Signs/placards such as:
    “Rod Rosenstein illegally signed a FISA warrant with the knowledge that the information was totally uncorroborated. Where are the charges against Rod Rosenstein?”

    “James Comey admitted to leaking classified information to the media. Where is the 5am raid on his home, with guns drawn?”

    Sundance has cited multiple instances of criminality. Surely, this could translate into powerful messaging.

    If the event was “Yuge!” and the placards were accurate, and there were thousands of them that covered every damn corrupt thing these bastards have done, could it not be ignored by the media? Would it not be effective?

    This could be a full weekend event in Washington, much like the first Tea Party event in Washington, which was quite well attended and powerful (I was there). I certainly would go and help organize such an event.

    Here’s another idea: A full-length movie covering the entire scandal from beginning to end, with the all of the actual characters, leaving no stone unturned, and sticking totally to the truth; no dramatizations. Certainly, we have plenty of conservative patriots with tremendous talent to create such a movie; a masterful movie.

    As a citizen following all of this very closely, I feel helpless and powerless relying on our government process, which is now beyond corrupt: it’s a crime syndicate.
    These are Slim Shady’s thoughts for today. Thank you for giving me a read, fellow Treepers.

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    • G. Combs says:

      It would be ignored just like the Tea Party protests were ignored and just like the size of President Trump’s rallies were ignored and size of Hitlery’s were ginned up.

      Heck, FOUR DECADES ago I was at a college where a ‘Riot’ that never occured was ‘televized’ by the Fake News on all channels…. Funny my in state roomates’ families NEVER SAW that news….

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  32. railer says:

    Goodlatte is probably the worst of this Swamp R Uniparty cabal covering up all this. He’s leaving, like Gowdy and Ryan and Issa and the other snakes. Going to cash in for all his help, no doubt. He’s done nothing but run his mouth, and now he’s providing Comey one final chance to get his cover story into the record, so it can be used for others to craft their cover stories.

    Goodlatte has been soaking up millions of campaign contributions for years now, and all the Swamp RINOs have long celebrated him as an “adult”, and you know what that means. He was Swamp before Swamp was cool.

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  33. Slim Shady says:

    James Comey is one of the most despicable characters in our nation’s history. He is vile and he disgusts me.
    Has our nation had such awful people in eras past? People like Comey, Hillary, Obama, Brennan, Rosenstein, McCabe, Peter Strzok, Eric Holder, Susan Rice, etc., the list is seemingly endless. These people are anti-American thugs, criminals. Did we have people this corrupt in such high places in eras past?
    Perhaps we did, but they weren’t so obviously exposed like this lot. Of course, we never had a media so corrupt, either. Even FoxNews is now part of the cabal. We have only the Internet and Talk Radio. Hopefully, those Communist Progressives won’t succeed in eliminating those two critical forms of media.

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  34. dogsmaw says:

    I feel I must help Comey get to the truth within him, so I will define insidious from page 21 of the transcript (full pdf below) of the December 7th, 2018, deposition of former FBI Director James Comey to the joint house committee headed by Trey Gowdy and Bob Goodlatte:

    insidious

    in·sid·i·ous (ĭn-sĭd′ē-əs)
    adj.
    1. Working or spreading harmfully in a subtle or stealthy manner: insidious rumors; an insidious disease.
    2. Intended to entrap; treacherous: insidious misinformation.
    3. Beguiling but harmful; alluring: insidious pleasures.

    definitely defines a serpent from the garden of Eden +/ Comey too. BTW, I read the whole transcript and Comey was spun into a spider web. He won’t be able to reconcile all this on December 17th testimony. Now what happens to this information will be totally up to whether our country wants to cut the head off of this gigantic misjustice done to it by Comey. 😛

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  35. Zorro says:

    A Higher Loyalty to the Deep State has never been seen.

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  36. recoverydotgod says:

    I’m glad Jordan and Meadows pushed Comey on the Sessions recusal in Comey’s testimony…how he knew about it and why didn’t he report to Sessions about his feelings about the 2/14/2017 meeting with President Trump.

    Way back, Grassley seems to have discerned Comey was power-playing with the DOJ and Congress. Rosenstein was nominated for DAG 2/1/2017. Grassley and Feinstein sought a full briefing about Flynn on 2/15/2017. Sessions had recused on March 2, 2017.

    FBI director briefs top senators on Russia
    BY JORDAIN CARNEY – 03/15/17

    https://thehill.com/policy/national-security/324194-fbi-director-briefs-top-senators-on-russia

    -snip-

    The closed-door meeting comes after Grassley warned he would block Rod Rosenstein’s nomination to serve in the No. 2 role at the Department of Justice (DOJ) until he is briefed on Russia.

    “I will not schedule a hearing on the Deputy Attorney General [Rod Rosenstein] until we get a briefing from Comey,” Grassley told reporters, according to Talking Points Memo.

    Asked if he was prepared to move forward with Rostenstein’s nomination after Wednesday’s briefings, Grassley appeared to signal that the No. 2 DOJ nominee is still in limbo — at least temporarily.

    “I won’t answer that until I’ve gone over all the answers I got,” he told reporters Wednesday.

    As chairman of the committee, Grassley can effectively hold up the nomination by refusing to schedule a committee vote.

    Grassley and Feinstein requested a briefing last month on circumstances surrounding Michael Flynn’s resignation as President Trump’s national security adviser, as well as any call transcripts and the FBI’s summary of the calls.

    -snip-

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  37. mashall says:

    Please try to keep your responses legal. Thanks

    So, if you happened to see Sessions or Comey in a Department Store or Restaurant, etc, would you, in a civil way, speak to him?
    What would you say, or ask?

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  38. Donna Turpen says:

    Wasn’t Comey the one who made in depth notes after meetings?

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  39. Pete says:

    FBI Director Comey, knows nothing about what went on in the FBI during his watch. His responses, sounded like a bad episode of the Sopranos. Ignorance of what went on under his command is no excuse. Misfeasance,perjury, right on up to treason if necessary. Hold this SOB’s feet to the fire and don’t let up until he takes responsibility for his agency and his part. Comey is an absolute disgrace.

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  40. Colin the little brown emoji says:

    Seems any idiot with dementia can achieve high office….but I guess I already knew that.

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  41. Rick_Masters says:

    Comey: I don’t remember, I don’t recall. I got no memory of anything. Anything at all.

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  42. TwoLaine says:

    As Dan Bongino said repeatedly this weekend, He Only Had One Job and He Blew It!

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  43. anniefannie says:

    With a memory like his, how can anything Comey says be taken seriously? Unless—his memory loss is so he doesn’t a) get caught lying to Congress for which he can be prosecuted or b) he really does have a rapidly advancing form of dementia. Seemed as though his memory was returning as soon as reporters shoved mikes in his face which makes scenario a) much more likely.
    These people are so sure that they have gotten away with many crimes and, to a certain extent, so many have. Look how many Hillary insiders were granted immunity. They won’t testify or will lie with impunity. Folks, this is not Deep State. It is downright Criminal State. At what point will civility and honesty take over?

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