Jim Jordan Discusses James Comey Testimony…

Representative Jim Jordan discusses his perspectives on the closed-door testimony of former FBI Director James Comey.

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125 Responses to Jim Jordan Discusses James Comey Testimony…

  1. CN says:

    Amazing. That’s right, the American public has had enough of you guys! DO IT

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    • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

      Uh, this guy has shaved his head AND his butt and walked backwards naked off the roof of the Capitol to try and get this crap out to the American public. Guess you were sick that day.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

        When I get Paul Ryan’s address, will forward it so you can send him a thank-you note.

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      • Brian Baker says:

        Exactly. Jim Jordan and a handful of others have done yeoman’s work trying to inform the American people of the corruption by the IC and federal LE during the 2016 election. Paul Ryan and other gopE so-called leaders have done their best to help cover up the corruption.

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        • stephenbaze says:

          Brian Baker, all accurate. what concerns me now is why is Trump dragging his feet to release all the docs Nunes has requested ? It seems to me they should have been released prior to the mid-terms for obvious reasons with the election, yet nobody speaks to that point ? Now time is running out to get several people deposed, like Lynch.

          I Imagine Trump has received bad advice again from the lawyers who were playing chess behind the scenes with the Mueller sham. I still say release the KRAKEN, ASAP and be done with it.

          When DJT said recently he was considering releasing the docs “if” the DEMs continue in their undermining, I took that as a sign he may NOT release the docs in a time frame that would have the best affect, if ever ? Perhaps this is all just the chess game playing out, we shall see ? I think DJT has received bad advice again and the docs should have been released 2 or 3 months ago. I have emailed him numerous times and asked for him to release them for months now. To me this is a defining point of DJTs presidency going forward and I am convinced the house was likely lost for NOT releasing the docs. A huge mistake as I see it. All the docs would do is to define the many issues with clarity that have been exposed and discussed ad nauseum. It would clearly embolden DJTs many comments about the corruption, not undermine them, so whats up with the feet dragging ? Time tells all things , Hey ?

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      • CN says:

        Uh, I am aware of Jordan’s efforts, but they IIRC did not include a public calling-out of Ryan. And nothing Ryan doesn’t do prevents the DOJ with moving ahead, and nothing DOJ stalls prevents Trump from doing more than just tweeting about it. “the American public has had enough of you guys” line was the judge’s. She is voicing the same frustration I am at the lack of any sort of prosecution in the FISA cases.

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        • stephenbaze says:

          It is also clear now in retrospect that the FISA judges are complicit at a minimum by NOT holding the filers responsible by asking questions regarding the validity of the FISA docs to get the warrants ? They too are hiding behind the cloak of ignorance as a defense given all the evidence that the warrants were obtained on bogus pretenses. At a minimum these judges should at least be asking specific questions for justification of the warrants at this juncture. Yet we see no outrage or even a question asked or demanded by any of the judges. This too is also part of this massive cover up ! These judges can all read just as you and i can and there is no shortage of evidence now that the warrants were issued on false and incomplete tainted information.

          So who is bullshitting who here ? The greater question now is simply are the American people asleep once again and not capable of paying attention because Adam Schiff and many others say don’t look at my right hand, look at my left hand ?

          The real power of the DEM/DSA is PRAVDA/MSM and their propaganda machine. That is the simple fact few people still do not fully grasp. As long as the politicos can go on TV and keep repeating the same diatribes they will have power to mind eff the populace. And of course all the known outlets will simply repeat it all ad-nauseum. This is their power, this is how they roll, exactly the same as Goebbels !

          http://www.downtoearththinking.com/the-matrix-is-very-real-in-usa-today–.html

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  2. jambo says:

    Comey claims to not know that Steele worked for GP

    “Gowdy: Who did you think he was working for?
    Comey: I thought he was retained as part of a Republican financed effort retained by Republicans adverse to Mr.Trump during the primary season, and then his work was underwritten after that by Democrats opposed to Mr.Trump during the general election season.”

    Christopher Steele was never funded by Republicans.

    ” The Free Beacon had no knowledge of or connection to the Steele dossier, did not pay for the dossier, and never had contact with, knowledge of, or provided payment for any work performed by Christopher Steele.”

    https://freebeacon.com/uncategorized/fusion-gps-washington-free-beacon/

    The Republicans funded Fusion GPS, not Steele. Comey’s funding statement is for Fusion GPS, not Steele.

    Comey lied.

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  3. LibertyONE says:

    COMMIEy… 245 times..”I don’t recall. I don’t remember. I don’t know”. Geeez, he must have taken a crash course on Hitlery’s book HOW TO LIE AND GET AWAY WITH IT.

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  4. Pete says:

    Comey doesn’t respect the law or anyone else. He’s only out to save his butt. What he will respect is a major financial loss, loss of family and the sound of a jailhouse door slamming shut behind him for a long time. We need to get back to the same rule of law for everyone. Do the right thing now Congress !! We have a republic if you can keep it, a famous quote.

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  5. distracted2 says:

    The Judge’s show tonight is a good one. Darrell Issa, who is on his way out the door, was on after and he was very straightforward about who the good guys are – Jordan, Meadows and a team working with them.

    He addresses lame-duck Ryan as well.

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  6. gofer says:

    James Comey:

    “I don’t recall”—8 times
    “I don’t remember”—71 times
    “I don’t know”—166 times

    AND he said he didn’t know that
    Christopher Steele was passing information to Bruce Ohr, who was giving it to the FBI.

    — Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) December 8, 2018

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  7. citizen817 says:

    We’ve seen this play before.
    Every investigation by the Republican half of the Uniparty, ends the same way. Like Benghazi, like the IRS targeting, and now this. And zero persons held accountable.
    Blaming this debacle on Paul Ryan is an easy “out” for the Congressman.

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    • shirley49 says:

      Special prosecutor needed to straighten this mess out.

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      • Gunner says:

        Sorry…disagree…there’s not a politician/lawyer/pencil-neck expert capable of fogging a mirror that will ever ‘straighten this mess out’.

        Who can? We can — but only with God’s will. And, to be honest, I think the Good Lord is running out of patience.

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  8. Craig D says:

    Jim Jordan essentially says Paul Ryan blocked the Republican House effort to investigate the corrupt DOJ. Wow! When President Trump was elected he (Trump) had Rience Priebis as his Chief of Staff. Priebis was and is Ryan’s closest advisor (and friend). The thing I don’t understand is that Rience Priebis was set up by McCabe to make a damaging statement against himself and the President.

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  9. Patriot Lady says:

    Sundance,
    Because the Treehouse gains new followers virtually every month, I must again remind us of the real Jim Jordan and post my letter from last summer….
    _____________________________________________________________________
    July 11, 2018 Jim Jordan’s dirty little secret
    No – it’s not the recent accusation of immoral behavior when he was a college wrestling coach to which I refer. This dirty secret is more recent, and politically speaking, far more dangerous to us than allegations of him concealing sexual assault of college wrestlers when an OSU college coach. Jordan’s immoral actions occurred in 2013, 2015 and 2017. Please let me explain.
    This week I received an email from Tea Party Patriots defending Jim Jordan. TPP asked us to rally around Jordan and support him against these charges.
    First, however, we need a brief review of how the US Congress works– in particular, the role of the Speaker of the House. One of the duties of The Speaker is to set the House legislative agenda. The Speaker determines which legislation reaches the House floor for a vote. In other words, The Speaker of the House controls all legislation passing through Congress. Remember that.
    As you know, in October 2015, Speaker of the House, John Boehner, resigned in disgrace. Boehner lost the Speakership, not because he was voted out by House GOP members, but because of pressure put on Congress (fire John Boehner!) by frustrated constituents and Tea Party groups across the nation—Republicans and conservative Americans angry with their representatives that they were not doing what they were elected for- upholding conservatism. In reality, Boehner’s deceit and his anti-conservatism dates as far back as 2008: https://thinkprogress.org/boehners-home-state-tea-party-slams-his-secret-plot-to-kill-the-congressional-ethics-office-63b175272af2/
    Before 2015 however, steps to remove Boehner were beginning to take shape.
    In January 2013, several House members- not including Jim Jordan- but Louie Gohmert, Justin Amash, Tim Huelskamp, and Thomas Massie, led an insurrection to oust Boehner. Shockingly, neither Jim Jordan nor Michele Bachmann, both who had campaigned as Tea Party candidates, would join the effort– even after Tea Party groups from Cincinnati to Toledo, Dayton to Akron –and conservatives all over Ohio begged them to do so. Over a period of 2 weeks, literally hundreds of phone calls were made and emails were sent to Congress. I know- I was a part of it! Even RedState blogger and radio host, Erick Erickson was involved. In January 2013, John Boehner would have been replaced by a conservative Speaker, but for the lack of 2 Republican votes- shamefully 2 Ohio Republicans– Jim Jordan and Brad Wenstrup. Jordan and Wenstrup stabbed conservatives in the back, supported Boehner, and he was re-elected. To this day I still scratch my head and ask– Why did Jordan support Boehner?! He knew Boehner’s horrendous record: making back-room deals with Pelosi, stonewalling the Benghazi investigation, refusing to de-fund Planned Parenthood, and even threatening to redistrict Jordan over his opposition to the 2011 budget deal. How can this be the same Jim Jordan who fought so adamantly for conservatism in 2011?!
    In January 2015, with the anti-Boehner movement gaining momentum, those same 4 congressmen- Gohmert, Amash, Huelskamp, Massie- plus 21 others, led an even greater effort to oust Boehner. Both Jim Jordan and Michelle Bachmann however, sucker punched conservatives again, and supported Boehner for Speaker!
    So in September 2015, after our RINO congressmen refused twice to do it, a citizen revolt finally forced Speaker Boehner to resign. With Boehner gone, Jim Jordan was granted a third opportunity to redeem himself when a brave conservative, Daniel Webster, volunteered as a candidate for Speaker. Jordan could have joined the effort, but he didn’t. He instead supported Boehner’s liberal clone, Paul Ryan. And in January 2017, Jordan threw conservatives under the bus for the fourth time, supporting the anti-Trump liberal, Paul Ryan! There is no doubt in my mind- Jim Jordan is not only a member of the DC Swamp, he’s fertilizing it! Jim Jordan’s support for Speaker Paul Ryan paved the way for this:
    https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/12/18/congress-votes-fund-nearly-300000-visas-muslim-migrants-one-year/
    And this:
    https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/05/16/ryan-mccarthy-sketch-plan-for-amnesty-bill-mollify-business-first-gop/
    https://www.breitbart.com/2018-elections/2018/02/15/democrats-business-first-gop-senators-block-trumps-immigration-reforms/
    https://www.breitbart.com/2018-elections/2018/05/16/gop-whip-scalise-slams-amnesty-discharge-petition/
    Bottom line– if all legislation introduced in Congress is controlled by the Speaker, and Jim Jordan has a history of supporting dishonorable liberal Speakers, how can Jim Jordan be a conservative? What credibility does he have if he tells us he voted against a bad bill, when he supported the liberal who controls all legislation to be voted on?!! So the next time your GOP Congressman brags about his ‘conservative’ voting record, just remember this– it means squat! The only vote that mattered was his vote for Speaker of the House.
    Personally, Jim Jordan’s guilt or innocence of ignoring sexual abuse against college wrestlers concerns me not. His actions in Congress for the past 5 years are a far greater example of his character– a liar, coward, and should not be re-elected. Which evokes this question: Why are Tea Party Patriots still supporting him?!!

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    • Bullseye says:

      Remind me never to get on your bad side Patriot Lady yowser!
      (-:

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    • elmo says:

      Hmm, could this be why PDJT didn’t endorse Jordon for Speaker? I still don’t understand why McCarthy was his choice except to unite Republicans for 2020.

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    • Julia Adams says:

      Although I appreciate the time you put into your post and I fully understand your frustration with GOP in general and its failure to get anything done in support of President Trump in Congress, I do not agree with your argument about Mr. Jordan.

      Your use of syllogistic logic is unreasonable. You are making an incongruous argument, meaning your logic suggests if the first two claims are true, then the conclusion is also true.

      For example: Algebraically the following is true: If A=B, and B=C, then A=C.
      Rhetorically the following claims are not necessarily true. Claim 1: Certain People are known to be immoral. Claim 2: Jim is a person. Therefore, Claim 3: Jim is immoral.

      Jordan’s support of Boehner and Ryan is more about being in alignment with the Speaker’s goals and objectives. It’s purely political, it is not right, but politicians in both parties do it because they are influenced by the risks associated with reelection, campaign contributions and lobbyists. The Democrats are far worse. Jordan is obviously a publicity hound. However, is accepting an invitation to talk to Judge Jeanine wrong? On the surface, no. But it is not wise of Jordan to be throwing soft punches on CATV when he knows the last two years have been a charade. Although well intentioned, he lacks influence, resources and standing. Ryan is the real culprit and traitor. Your assessment of Jordan though is true. He never really stood up to GOP leadership for what he told us he believed. He failed.

      Actually, unless Jordan reinvents himself, he should, in my opinion, consider not running again in two years.

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    • Rhi says:

      Thank you for that valuable reportage Patriot Lady. Ye shall know them by their fruits.

      Even Darrel Issa couldn’t bring himself to condemn Ryan on his way out. There is barely a handful of solid patriots in the cesspool of DC. Have mercy on us oh Lord! And please nuke the swamp.

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    • MelH says:

      Patriot Lady, it is a moot point. Kevin McCarthy, ALSO a RINO, is replacing Paul Ryan. Whether Jordan or McCarthy, we are screwed! But i must admit , reading your Jordan history tempers my regrets he didn’t get the position he so badly wanted.

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    • Bigly says:

      Patriot Lady eating your own.

      Speaker support and strategy is all about who is in line for the position. Jim Jordon is informed and you’re not – that is not an insult, it is a fact. Who knows what Jim was fighting for -leveraging a chairmanship, perhaps he knew who would replace the speaker would be worse, maybe there would have been blowback against his re-election – Jim can’t help us if he doesn’t get re-elected, right?

      Republicans are always doing this – eating their own. Jim Jordon deserves our full and wholehearted support – you’re bitter cause you can’t see outside the lens, it would seem to me. I’m not trying to be personal, but we have like 3 down and dirty fighters in the house and you want to take one of the better ones away. Nice work.

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      • sDee says:

        We do not eat our own, the Party eats its young.

        The GOP party machine controls who makes it to DC at the local primary level by identifying, funding and grooming candidates who can be “counted on” to vote as told, when needed. It is very difficult, often sometimes impossible for a principled, limited government, constitutionalist to win primaries. When they do, they are co-opted or marginalized in DC until they play by Uniparty rules.

        Only when the local parties are controlled (as the were meant to be) by folks like us holding Precinct Chairs, District Chairs and Committees, will freedom have a chance.

        We have no real vote by the time the general election rolls around. Our opportunity for power lies in BECOMING the Party at the local level. This starts by signing up as Precinct Chair, move on to DIstrict Chair when available and joining commitees – especially the candidate selection committee.

        As Sundance said, we do not need a third Party, we need a second Party. The structure is in place at the local level but mostly vacant of Patriots. We need to move in.

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        • SD- as someone who’s worked at the lowest levels of local GOP, which is Town and county, I must say that I agree with you. I am in a Red NY county that is slowly but surely turning Blue thanks to anti-Trump RINO “leadership.”

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      • Patriot Lady says:

        Bigly,
        I find your response truly frustrating and can assume that you are one of these three:

        1. Jim Jordan’s campaign manager
        2. A family member of Jordan
        3. The owner of a business that profited from legislation Jordan helped pass

        And will let these men conclude for me:
        1. “Facts are stubborn things….” John Adams
        2. “Never argue with a fool: onlookers may not be able to tell the difference.”
        Mark Twain

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    • Hurrican hunter says:

      Couple of thoughts on Patriot Lady’s excellent post
      Even though Boehner was a failure as a conservative– he was great for the State of Ohio with numerous fortune 500 corporations located in his old congressional district. Jordan may well have known that voting against Boehner on principle was a vote against his own constituency.

      Webster did not have a shot– so you curry favor with the guy who is going to win in the hopes of gaining more power with appointments to chairmanships or getting better deals for your constituents (and sure, it helps when leadership is willing to financially support your future campaigns)

      It is a game– Jordan is a good guy and if he truly had enough power he would govern conservatively.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      You claim to know Ohio politics well. Heck, you claim to live in Akron.
      Have you asked Tom Z why he, Tom Z, continues to support Jim Jordan? Tom Z would be the one to ask. Tom Z even has time to answer now, based on Friday’s events, does he not?

      There are salient answers to your your accusations, but, having taken on Tom Z and lost, I shall defer to Tom Z.

      Your accusations are spurious and fallacious, based on conjecture and syllogic, You pose questions here on a public forum, to people who have not the correct answers. You are strongly urged to take on those most qualified to deal with those such as yourself.
      And if you do not know Tom Z, then you might not be as you purport.

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    • Car says:

      Patriot Lady — thanks for posting this – I was confused by some statements Jim Jordan had been making, your post opens the gate to reality. I am newly enlightened by coming to this forum and forever grateful to everyone for the opportunity to learn the truth of what is really going on.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Interesting to see anti-Jordan trolls now.
      Why support Jordan? Remember, the TEA Party was to oppose the crooked GOPe swamp. We deplorables support Jordan because he has tried his best to reveal government corruption, despite the GOPe protection of the swamp and GOPe desire to “take back” the GOPe from the honest deplorables. The GOPe would rather lose congress and the presidency and take their minority share of corruption, than win congress, appoint honest judges, and the win presidency while opposing the swamp, theft of taxpayer/borrowed funds. Ryan and the GOPe was and are working with Adam Schiff to hobble and destroy PJDT and protect the swamp.

      Sundance has described the GOPe protect-us-from-the-deplorables and “return-the-GOPe-to-the-connected-swamp situation for you.

      Trump will need to start a 3rd party, like Lincoln, to get all these rascals out of their beloved offices.

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    • mikeyboo says:

      Patriot Lady, Very powerful/informative post. Thanks!!! (I would love to have Judge Jeanine ask THOSE questions.

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    • LEET says:

      Patriot Lady:

      Your post reeks of duplicitous intentions.

      Justin Amash is not, nor has he ever been a conservative. He is open borders and anti-POTUS Trump. But apparently his desire to oust Boehner as speaker years ago is respectable to you and also some type of purity test. Jordan and Bachman both openly support POTUS Trump. You know who DOES NOT…..Erik the phony conservative Erickson. You kind of give yourself away with the whole “Red State and even Erik Erickson were involved” line. To me anything that the phony Red State and Erik Erickson were involved in is total bullexcrement. And then your disgusting opening and closing of your long diatribe with the lying, leftist smear tactic claims of Jim Jordan’s time as a wrestling coach, dead give away as to your true intentions with your post.

      You also link to Think Progress? Really?!?!

      Your mask has been ripped off.

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      • Patriot Lady says:

        Ok LEET,
        Let me get this straight–
        Jim Jordan’s support of Paul Ryan in 2015 allowed Ryan to push through his negotiated with Nancy Pelosi, $1.1 trillion Omnibus spending bill, which fully funds:
        1. Obama’s refugee resettlement operation,
        2. all Mideast immigration programs,
        3. Sanctuary Cities,
        4. Obama’s continued executive amnesty for DREAMers,
        5. the resettlement of illegal aliens within the U.S. interior
        6. and funding for the issuance of nearly 300,000 visas to migrants from Muslim countries in the next year alone
        That on the part of Jordan you find acceptable, but consider Amash and Erickson the bad guys?!! All I can say is “WOW”! Tell me, LEET, just how much of Jim Jordan’s Kool-Aid have you consumed? And has it ever been tested for illegal substances? –perhaps the same substances Jordan accused US workers of taking??
        https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/11/02/rep-jim-jordan-suggests-foreign-workers-needed-many-americans-drugs/
        You better be careful, LEET, any more crazy posts like this one, and Sundance might have to revoke your ‘ragtag refugee’ membership card. 😎
        Oh—and as far as my quoting ‘Think Progress’, what part of that article was inaccurate?

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  10. TigerBear says:

    Yep, we’re now to the same ole finger pointing at any that can be blamed for the repugnants FAILURE ONCE AGAIN!

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  11. Guffman says:

    Bravo to Judge Jeanine for really tearing into Jim Jordan on national TV. The Judge and Lou Dobbs are the only two that I’ve seen get anywhere as close to worked up , and downright angry, about this charade as most Trump supporters are.

    Judge Jeanine practically had to force the words out of Jim’s mouth to say that the house speaker was the one responsible for these incessant delays in justice for the past two years, and even then he wouldn’t call out Paul Ryan by name. It’s a travesty what’s been going on during this time and it’s long overdue that these “republicans” start being publicly shamed for their incompetence and fecklessness.

    Like many here, I like Jim Jordan too, but as the old saying goes, ‘if you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the problem’. I hope Jeanine embarrassed him enough there to make him want to think about doubling down his efforts (along with the pitifully small handful of his white hat colleagues efforts) to bring this corrupt circus of an investigation to an end, for the President and the American people.

    Paul Ryan is a disgrace to his country, more than any Democrat who you might expect this type of reprehensible behaviour from, IMO.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Did disgusting GOPe Ryan (and other republican dropouts) likely quit because of crooked deals which could be exposed in a pissing contest with the dem skunks? Or because the GOPe feared, then lost contro,l of us “deplorables” who want honest government rather than stealing the country into decline?

      A third choice, all of the above..

      If PJDT does not soon release all of the records of crooked DOJ/FBI/CIA behavior, he will lose respect of the deplorables which he needs for “leverage” Sundance calculates. Exposure of teh “sources and methods” of DOJ/FBI/CIA corruption and political use need to be fully exposed. Foreign intervention by british and australian governments (working with russians) needs to be exposed.

      Republican senators need reason to be certain of re-election defeat if they do not quickly investigate and clean up the corrupt DOJ/FBI/CIA, and rapidly approve honest judges not part of or protective of the swamp.

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  12. xcontra says:

    Jim Jordan, I am sick of seeing No Suit Coat Man asking all these good questions and battling, and not getting backup from Snaky Ryan. Sickening.

    And Judge Jeanine, when are you going to allow yourself to be hired into the federal system as a prosecutor, because we surely need you!

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  13. xcontra says:

    245 times. Comey is not such a f–kup as that would indicate. Just a well trained snake.

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  14. WeeWeed says:

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  15. Pete says:

    It’s been two years of testimonies followed by tv appearances by congressmen who seem unable to exert their constitutional authority over these corrupt officials at the DOJ and FBI. They’ve got to be tired of all these bullshit, right? I know because I am too. How do we cut short this charade?

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    • Beau Geste says:

      One effective and easy way is to write your crongresscritters that there will no money of votes until all of the records of DOJ/FBI/CIA corruption are released UNREDACTED, investigated, and prosecuted. “Unmasking”, fraud on the FISA Court, collaboration with the hillary campaign, dishonest disparity of prosecution (hillary and dem get-out-of-jail cards from comey vs jail for peons like Reality Winner and the navy sailor), no indictment for Wolfe’s topsecret leaking to his sexbot, Awan favoritism, Weiner laptop “insurance file” deep-sixing, – on and on.

      When they solicit funds,ask for votes, hold rallies or fora, make sure you go to the trouble of telling then “no”, and why. Tell or write them “an honest politician will not lie, cheat, steal, or tolerate those who do.” You expect the same of the government officials they appoint and investigate.

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  16. BigBlockMill says:

    In the gangster movies of the 1930-1950 era, the crook would to say: “I take da fifth.” (Meaning fifth ammendment.)

    Nowadays the crooks say: “I can’t remember.”
    Seems like Professor Comey forgot about what is written in the Constitution. (sarc)

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    • George Hicks says:

      If Comey had ‘taken the fifth’, he wouldn’t be able to answer any questions once he had exercised his right. By responding ‘I don’t know’, ‘I don’t remember’, etc. he can pick and choose what questions he want’s to answer.

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  17. Another interview that left my blood boiling and my head about to explode. On behalf of our magnificent President Trump, I am beyond sick and tired of hearing the good people on OUR SIDE telling us in great detail how once again they can’t finish the job that PDJT started.

    I don’t care what anyone says- Lou Dobbs had it right when he said the Repubs BLEW IT big time. They had it all including the Presidency, yet here we are, no closer to seeing the Hag and her cronies being punished as they so richly deserve.

    To top it off- LOOK WHAT THE DAMN DEMONIC DEMS DID while in the MINORITY.

    They have made life a living HELL for our President and brought our Country to the brink of Civil War. Just wait till they take over the House. Once again they will show the stupid
    Repubs how to get things done.

    The Demonics never sleep. They never quit. They always work together. And they want to see us (Deplorables) dead.

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    • Will Hunt says:

      It should be obvious to everyone that our republican “representatives” have about as much interest in uncovering the misdeeds of the FBI and DOJ as they have in controlling the legislative branch.

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    • coltlending says:

      All due respect, there are a lot of Republicrats that threw grenades in POTUS’ path to MAGAville.

      That’s why a second party is needed.

      I knew PDJT was going to be elected POTUS when he came down that elevator, just on a preminition.

      I also knew the Democrat & Republican members of the club ( in which a majority in Congress belong) would work feverishly to thwart PDJT.

      I did not imagine how corrupt the media and our federal agencies would be to perfect the same.

      And, the deep state is so deep they’ve got their position so sewen up nothing short of what is going on in France or a revolution is going to change the horrible position our battered republic is in.

      And, the unknowns after such an event is disconcerting.

      Big government, monopolization, unchecked borders, and a bought off congress will be our downfall.

      The ultimate tradgedy is there are tens of millions of Americans who don’t care of don’t know.

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      • colt lending- agree. However, keep in mind that many of the idiots on OUR SIDE simply WON’T VOTE. Even on the local level, it’s almost impossible to get out the vote even in a small town where it’s easy to get the word out on the issues.

        Many people feel they are making some kind of “statement” by not voting. THEY ARE THE WORST.

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        • Judith says:

          I think they just gave up. And when you see the massive voter fraud that exists today, the Uniparty deceptiCON infestation and the Big Club that controls DC, you can begin to understand why!

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          • Beau Geste says:

            Why did they give up? It should be easy to investigate vote fraud in a big-city district where there are more dem votes than registered voters or US citizens of voting age.
            They didn’t give up – the GOPe is complicit in supporting the swamp and their crooked minority share of graft, secret partnerships, jobs and lobbyist payments.

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      • Blaze says:

        Just think that new congress gal “Occasional Cortex” i think is what they call her now will go from serving drinks to a multi-millionaire in a few yrs like the rest of them once the globalist uni-party gets her in line.

        Go against MAGA can make one very rich. No wonder Trump goes at it alone.

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  18. aj says:

    The voters elect the representatives. There are very few conservative voters so we don’t get conservative congressmen. We have representative government just like the founders designed.

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  19. James Comey doesn’t seem proud of his work.

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  20. doohmax says:

    Ladies and gentlemen, let’s be realistic here. The Deep State made it to the November elections and was able to flip the House to Democrat. The House was the main engine in the attempt to shed light on Comey, Lynch, and the attempt to change the outcome of a Presidential election. It is over. Because They now control the House and They control the media narrative.They have won, Comey and his henchmen will never be brought to justice. The narrative will now be shifted by the Bureaucracy and the Media to Trump and his “crimes” and the impeachment proceedings will begin. We live in a banana Republic now. God help us.

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    • max- When things get bleak and I’m feeling down, I just remind myself that our President Trump has not let us down so far. He has kept his promises to the absolute best of his ability. Anything he can do on his own, is being done. Let’s keep that front and center.

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    • Max- here’s something else that might help. A great article from American Thinker.

      https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/12/a_survival_strategy_for_conservatives.html

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    • billygoat65 says:

      A ten million person march on Washington is in order.

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    • steph_gray says:

      Realistic is not the same thing as giving up.

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      • doohmax says:

        Steph. I appreciate your determination. But. Can you relate for me one instance where legal action has been taken against anyone who was involved in the machinations of 2016-2017 against Trump? Several people McCabe, Wolfe, have been charged, but nobody has received a judgement as far as I can tell. The only people who have been given sentences are Trump associates. All Clinton associates involved in the Clinton email felony were given immunity, including the person who deleted emails which were under subpoena. I hope I am wrong, but I don’t see anything coming out of the Senate which will affect any of the Trump Coup perpetrators. The House will spend the next 2 years investigating and harassing the Trump Administration. The Attorney General designate appears to be a Bush retread. Who, with any authority, will defend Trump?

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        • Beau Geste says:

          Trump should defend Trump, by releasing all the records of criminality, coersion, congressional leaking of top secret classifieds, “political unmaskings”, uranium one bribes, Iran kickbacks fron the 4Billion$ unmarked slushfund secretly airlifted to the Iranians, british interference with russians and hillary’s fusion propaganda, clinton “foundation wrongdoing, weiner laptop records and “insurance file, Awan investigation, Wolfe leaking (bad pun?) to his sexbot, crooked senate instruction to Wolfe to leak, media bribes to FBI for leaks, crooked government grants and contracts known or suspected by the FBI, all contacts of congress with foreign personnel which might be “lobbying”, campaign donations or other monies from foreigners to any congresscritters or their staff, etc.

          Direct the FBI to fully answer all questions so far refused, to congress, and provide all records so far refused to congress.

          If they refuse, keep firing the refuser, untio there is no-one left. Start over…

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  21. Even when the Republicans are “in power” of the House, they still do not power. All this is, is more talk, talk, talk.
    The people involved in this entire scandal should have been immediately subpoenaed.

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  22. recoverydotgod says:

    Really good point from Judge Jeanine about the January 6, 2017 briefing that Comey gave PE Trump on the dossier. How could he not know who was behind the pee dossier since he was the chosen ONE for briefing Trump on it?

    Susan Rice’s email to herself about the January 5, 2017 meeting between Pres. Obama, Biden, Comey, Yates, Rice is protecting herself and the President.

    https://www.grassley.senate.gov/news/news-releases/grassley-graham-uncover-unusual-email-sent-susan-rice-herself-president-trump-s

    -snip-

    In this email to yourself, you purport to document a meeting that had taken place more than two weeks before, on January 5, 2017. You wrote:

    “On January 5, following a briefing by IC leadership on Russian hacking during the 2016 Presidential election, President Obama had a brief follow-on conversation with FBI Director Jim Comey and Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates in the Oval Office. Vice President Biden and I were also present.”

    That meeting reportedly included a discussion of the Steele dossier and the FBI’s investigation of its claims.[1] Your email continued:

    “President Obama began the conversation by stressing his continued commitment to ensuring that every aspect of this issue is handled by the Intelligence and law enforcement communities “by the book”. The President stressed that he is not asking about, initiating or instructing anything from a law enforcement perspective. He reiterated that our law enforcement team needs to proceed as it normally would by the book.

    From a national security perspective, however, President Obama said he wants to be sure that, as we engage with the incoming team, we are mindful to ascertain if there is any reason that we cannot share information fully as it relates to Russia.”

    The next part of your email remains classified. After that, you wrote:

    “The President asked Comey to inform him if anything changes in the next few weeks that should affect how we share classified information with the incoming team. Comey said he would.”

    -snip-

    Susan Rice’s lawyer (Kathryn H. Ruemmler) responded in a letter to Grassley:

    https://www.politico.com/f/?id=00000161-c538-d933-a3e9-d7b99b660002

    -snip-

    In the conversation Ambassador Rice documented, there was no discussion of Christopher Steele or the Steele dossier, contrary to the suggestion in your letter

    …While serving as National Security Advisor, Ambassador Rice was not briefed on the existence of any FBI investigation into allegations of collusion between Mr. Trump’s associates and Russia, and she later learned of the fact of this investigation from Director Comey’s subsequent public testimony. Ambassador Rice was not informed of any FISA applications sought by the FBI in its investigation, and she only learned of them from press reports after leaving office.

    -snip-

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    • recoverydotgod says:

      BTW, good it finally came out of Representative Jordan’s lips that House Leadership (Paul Ryan and company) stopped Comey from testifying earlier.

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      • GB Bari says:

        He never said Ryan. He said “House leadership.” Still could not clearly place the blame on the named person. Something is off with that.

        This isn’t just an internal political argument over a spending bill. This is about exposing treasonous actions by federal LEA directors and their staffs.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      So PJDT needs to release the entire Yates memo, as well. And any comey followup. If PJDT does not, he is part of teh coverup and swamp. There is no reason to withhold any of this from congressional oversight.

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  23. recoverydotgod says:

    Meadows and Jordan are some of the only ones helping Trump message. I appreciate that.

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    • steph_gray says:

      “They are now exposed.”

      PDJT has his eye on the ball. People with repeated outrage, hair on fire, pointless despair, and FUD over what has gone on up until now do not.

      Eye on the prize. Redpill those who do not know – lofos everywhere.

      Tipping points do not occur until people who know better do the right pushing.

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      • recoverydotgod says:

        Yes, eye on the ball. “Lied the most to Congress in one day” is a good tagline. Reading through the transcript…halfway so far…I thought Rep. Radcliffes line of questioning was excellent focused not on “Hilary’s emails” as James Comey quipped to the media…but focused on did Comey lie to Congress back in testimony in 2016.

        -snip-

        Mr. Ratcliffe. Do you recall, Director Comey, an exchange that you and I had? You appeared before the House Judiciary Committee on September 28th of 2016, and I asked you a question. I said: Did you make the decision not to prosecute or not to charge Hillary Clinton for the mishandling of classified information before or after her July 2nd, 2016, interview? And your answer was: After. Do you recall that?

        Mr. Comey. Yep.

        Mr. Ratcliffe. When I asked you how that could possibly be the case, your response was: If colleagues of ours think I’m lying, please have them contact me privately. Now, I will tell you, Director, when I asked you that question and you gave me that answer, there were a number of things that I was not aware of….

        -snip-

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      • CN says:

        Nobody had to push to get the Watergate indictments. DOJ needs to be honest.

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    • recoverydotgod says:

      From Trump tweet:

      “Opened investigations on 4 Americans (not 2) – didn’t know who signed off and didn’t know Christopher Steele.”

      From Grassley letter to Comey dated March 28, 2017:

      https://www.judiciary.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/2017-03-28%20CEG%20to%20FBI%20(McCabe%20Conflict%20in%20Trump%20Associates%20Investigation).pdf

      Dear Director Comey:
      March 28, 2017

      At your speech last Thursday at the University of Texas, you referenced former FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover’s short letter to Attorney General Robert Kennedy, which sought authorization for FBI surveillance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. without any proper basis for doing so. You mentioned that you keep this letter on your desk, and place FISA applications awaiting your review on top of it, as a reminder. You cited this to emphasize the importance of oversight over the FBI, even over well- meaning FBI officials, to ensure the propriety of the FBI’s actions. You are right to call attention to the importance of such oversight. As Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, it is my constitutional duty to conduct that oversight over the FBI and the Department of Justice…

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  24. Zorro says:

    Did you see good ole James Wolfe escorting Comey down the hallway in the video running in the background?

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  25. Mike says:

    I read the Comey Repub Q & A’s, skipped the Dems for now.

    I remember more facts about the case than Comey did, and I remember Comey’s previous statements better than Comey did.

    The only way to hold Comey accountable is with a criminal investigation, where his lies are compared with his electronic coms, reports, memo’s, and interviews with his “inner” circle.

    The low hanging fruit is McCabe. The IG report has McCabe guilty of 3-4 felonies. If he had been indicted 6 months ago, he would would have already spilled his guts and Comey would be getting indicted.

    The problem isn’t so much congress as it is the corrupt news media and worst of all the corrupt FBI/Justice.

    There was/is FAR more evidence to warrant a SC to investigate the Clinton Crime Family, and FBI/Justice corruption than there ever was of collusion or obstruction by Trump.

    That is on Sessions.

    The country, needs an honest, competent, fearless AG, or SC.

    This guy Barr better be the real deal.

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    • CN says:

      I shouldn’t think so. It doesn’t even seem like Trump wants prosecutions, God knows Sessions didn’t, Roddy doesn’t, and Wray is no firebrand either. A single person could make a difference, someone like Rudy was when he went after crime in NYC.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        PJDT should direct teh DOJ/FBI to apply the same investigation and prosecutorial standards and decisions/ results applied to the Awans, Wolfe, Uranium one, clinton foundation, Weiner laptop, and hillary email destruction of subpoenaed records, to ALL investigations and prosecution decisions ofALL US citizens. He should create a defense against prejudicial behavior for anyone charged by DOJ/FBI based on standards not in accordance with those applied to these cases.

        He can say that these cases can be revisited by the FBI/DOJ, with more appropriate standards, but the rule of law and behavior of the justice department must be the same for all US citizens.

        So, the DOJ/FBI would need to clean up their past corruption, or have a new standard of “equal justice for all”.

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  26. Zorro says:

    Out of 435 congress persons and 100 senate persons there are a handful of “honest, competent, fearless” persons. How can anyone expect Barr to be a warrior Like Trump undergoing relentless deep state attacks especially since they like to go after family members? I think it is too much to ask of one person.

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    • Mike says:

      I disagree Z

      Were not asking an AG to storm Omaha beach, or take Iwo Jima, just DO THEIR EFING JOB. (The memory of those who did these feats of valor demand it.)

      SOMEONE in the justice department must know a handful of honest proven prosecutors, and investigators they could appoint as SC team. If not pick a group from outside the “Justice” department.

      Apparently Mueller was able to pick his group of partisan rats. NO credible investigation would pick someone with the baggage of Weissman, or someone who actually worked for the Clinton Crime Family.

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  27. RJones says:

    Can’t decide who’s more disgusting- Comey or Congress. I have no good will for Jordon either. He’s just a failure. Like the entire set of republicans in there.

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  28. merrly says:

    Comey wasn’t even under oath. I’m beginning to think they’re ALL in on this – this is why they allowed the house to be stolen – so all this will not be able to be moved forward. Now it is in the delay “until the new year” mode. Then what? 2 more years of back and forth – both sides working together to keep the farce alive? This is all bullsh*t. I’m disgusted and I’m sick of all of this. I find it hard to believe the House will have all the say and nobody in the Senate can do anything. Trump has to know all this. I’m telling you, I love Trump for saving the country and I will support him to my dying day BUT I’m starting to think his main goal was to wake America up, for the day when we will have a revolution – and he always knew he could never really drain the swamp. Only we can.

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    • mimbler says:

      Testifying before Congress holds severe penalties for perjury regardless of whether he was under oath.
      Just like you don’t have to be under oath when you lie to the FBI.

      Not that there will be any consequences, just pointing out there could be if anyone cared to charge him.

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  29. Stephen Paul says:

    It is very obvious to me at this point that none of these people will ever be held accountable,I’m so tired of these teasers like we’re finally going to move forward and we end up in the same spot. It make me Sick!!!! Politics is taking priority over the LAW. They are horse trading behind the scenes all to get out of any kind of accountability.
    At least come out and Say it IT WAS A CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY . This sorry excuse of a law enforcement official was part of it. I’m tired of it all. and to top it off the democrats are now going to obstruct justice and do whatever they can to cover for the criminals involved in the conspiracy . Plus and worst of all ,they won’t be doing a damn thing to make this country any better off. We have some of the biggest clowns and morons (failed lawyers and con artist mostly) in positions of power that they should never ever be in. Yes,it makes me sick.

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    • CN says:

      Yes! And, sorry, the idea that Trump could use prosecution “down the road” as a sort of bargaining chip or “horse trading” is even more upsetting to me. The DOJ is especially lawless. I was a true believer in the “silent Executioner/ a thousand sealed indictments” meme, but to be honest, I am out of hope. Huber, Horowitz, Rosenstein, and now Whitaker seem intent on letting the FISA conspirators skate

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      • Beau Geste says:

        Not just “letting them skate”. Whittaker is ultimately responsible for the recent harassment and intimidation of the hillary whistleblower, by allowing, and not apologizing for and punishing, storming the whistleblower’s home with 17 armed FBI agents to confiscate hillary evidence.

        Whittaker must be a swamp creature, hiding evidence and intimidating futire whistleblowing. “Here is what happens to people who do not like corruption and have the courage to reveal it to ‘law enforcement’ or congress – so beware !!!”

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  30. KnowSERENoFear says:

    Justice in American is gone. A legal system has replaced it.

    IMHO it’s a fool’s errand to expect justice from a system where all the players are corrupt.

    However, perhaps even better, we can hope to see the truth. I don’t in the least blame ou VSGPDJT because he has a Country to run. But Jordan, Nunes, and a few others who constantly appear to be on our side, have direct knowledge of things and access to documents. Why don’t they release them? They know what classified info would expose sensitive overseas operatives. The know what info would damage national security. And they know what info is merely redacted to protect the guilty.

    What are the consequences? A hearing where they can spill more? Jail time? Loss of their seat? We the People would bail them out in a second. We the People would ensure they could make a living once they got out of jail. They would be hero’s.

    We have brave 18 year olds willing to give their lives in defense of our great nation but not a single politician is willing to share the truth with all Americans for fear of 5 years in jail.

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    • Right to reply says:

      And, if Comey isn’t jailed for leaking, then neither would they be. Of course the very decent “two wrongs don’t make a right” is always on the lips of some, but at some point you have to realize. You can only fight fire, with fire!

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    • Maybe a dose of Ny-quil would steel their resolve…sure seemed to work for ChiDiFi 😉

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  31. rustybritches says:

    When there is no accountability then the American people soon learn that When you break the law just tell the Officer that your an illegal or you belong to the Gov and you will be allowed to go free
    ]No one should be held accountable if the people on the left who have caused all of this junk go free, How can the American people stand still and say nothing when the fact that Obama and his goons WireTapped Our in coming President and his staff and they did so to make sure that he lost and Clinton won but its against the law to the highest degree when you unmask an American person who is speaking with someone from over seas, and one other thing,,
    All of the people being harmed by Mueller right now was apart of the Transition team and they were by law allowed to talk to any of the other nations and that’s just a fact that the liberals and the lap dog media want to play down so that its not out in front of all the bad things they did that was really wrong. That’s The impeachable offences that Obama and his goons did then and are still doing today just look at Comey when he came out of the meeting with the Senators

    What a joke this man has become. As for the people in Congress and The Senate, They will do nothing to protect our President or the American people and you can take that to the bank.

    When push comes to shove they will make sure they are the only ones who makes it threw this
    situation and they will throw President Trump under the bus just like Ryan has been doing for two years now. and those people who are paying him for doing this should remember that
    ONCE A TRAITOR ALWAYS A TRAITOR AND HE WILL BETRAY YOU TOO IN THE END..
    THEY ARE STILL TRYING TO SUBVERT THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES IF THEY GET WHAT THEY WANT WE THE AMERICAN PEOPLE WILL BE THE LOSERS IN ALL OF THIS..

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  32. recoverydotgod says:

    Got to the end of the transcript. Yay!

    Oh noes! Firing James Comey was a “threat to national security”. lol.

    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) 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) (“threat to national security” (Baker)) and trying to make Comey agree much to his embarrassment.

    What are the democrats thinking?

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