What a Mess – The Congressional Hearing With Clinton Foundation Investigators…

Today there was a much hyped congressional hearing, spearheaded by sub-committee chairman Mark Meadows, into issues surrounding the Clinton Foundation and the possibility of IRS tax avoidance schemes. The backstory is of particular importance because the hearing is being framed by the ‘tick-tock-boom club‘ as something it was not.

There is a policy within the IRS that any person can report fraudulent tax filings, or the lack thereof, by any American taxpayer – toward any individual or group that is avoiding the payment of taxes. The IRS has a process to receive “tips” and claims from anyone to their investigative unit.  If the tip ends up in the IRS being able to secure missing tax payments, the tipster can get a percentage reward based on the amount of the taxes the IRS can recover.  The reward percentage is from 10% to 30% of the recovered amount.

Mr. Lawrence W. Doyle and Mr. John Moynihan, are the proprietors of a firm called MDA Analytics.  They are two ‘tipsters’, financial bounty hunters, calling themselves ‘whistle-blowers’, who have researched the Clinton Foundation and informed the IRS that based on their research the foundation owes back taxes.  They duo are hopeful to receive an IRS award based on their estimation of missing tax payments of between $400 million and $2.5 billion. In addition to their patriotic duty, this is the financial motivation behind Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan.

If the IRS were to agree with Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan, the two “financial investigators” would likely gain substantial financial rewards.  As an outcome of their financial motive Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan consider their investigative material to be of proprietary value.  They’ve done all the leg-work and they are hesitant to give the material to any other party that might exploit some of their information for a similar purpose or intent; so they guard their research closely (also didn’t give it to congress).

In 2017 Mr. Monynihan and Mr. Doyle submitted their Clinton Foundation tax research to the IRS in hopes the IRS would agree to millions, perhaps billions, of missing tax payments by the foundation; and by extension they would get paid.  However, in August of 2018 the IRS informed them there was no IRS case.  Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan are appealing that decision by the IRS office.

Understanding that politics is likely part of the issue; and in an effort to give ammunition to their multi-year endeavor; Mr Doyle and Mr. Monynihan gave portions of their documents to journalist John Solomon. Mr. Solomon then began a lengthy process of reconfirming the investigative material given by Doyle and Moynihan.

Part of John Solomon’s research effort involved sharing the material with Representative Mark Meadows who chairs a sub-committee within the oversight committee that might have jurisdiction on tangentially related matters of government corruption.

Against the backdrop of several years of questions and suspicions around the sketchy Clinton finances, representative Mark Meadows recognized the political value of the research in addition to the factual concerns that might possibly be present.

Additionally, in the background of the timing; during the period when the IRS received the material from Monynihan and Doyle; there was presumably an investigation started into the Foundation opened by the Jeff Sessions DOJ through U.S. Attorney John Huber.  So Representative Meadows called a hearing to overlap inquiry about a DOJ investigation into the Foundation with testimony from Mr. Doyle and Mr. Monynihan.

Summary: Two guys did extensive research into the Clinton Foundation and believe they have found tax violations.  If correct the financial bounty hunters would gain millions.  The IRS looked at the material and disagreed. The two guys then turned to John Solomon; who in turn went to Mark Meadows; and against the possibility of an open DOJ investigation of Clinton, Meadows scheduled a hearing.  That hearing is what took place today.

Do not take my word for it.  Watch the last 20 minutes of the hearing for a perfect summary of findings, motives and current, well, rather goofy, status.  This video is prompted to begin at 02:18:40… [Prompted just hit playWATCH ]

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406 Responses to What a Mess – The Congressional Hearing With Clinton Foundation Investigators…

  1. And Q? Everyday that becomes a bigger joke, doesn’t it?

    When’s Sessions and Huber and that new, big, beefcake acting Attorney General gonna pull off their Napoleon Dynamite get ups and save us from everything?

    Apparently R. Rosenstein is rockin’ it with POTUS these days.

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  2. ArkansasLiving says:

    The key sticking point to all of this is…. we have the right to assume things…. and the Foundation has a right to prove everyone wrong in their assumptions. If the Foundation doesn’t want to prove the theory wrong with documents showing otherwise, they are running a fraudulent charity. It really is that simple…. and the Trillion dollar + a year charity issue that Meadows talks about is a big issue… if other charity’s are corrupt as well.

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  3. There should be no doubt now why Sessions was fired. Huber was just part of the stonewall! President Trump/AAG Whitaker need to take charge of the DOJ/FBI quickly.

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    • Fake News says:

      Sessions was corrupt. He was there to personally engineer the scheme to appoint mueller with the firing recommendation. And the was there to block any special counsel appointment to investigate spygate. He was no dummy. He was the swamps greatest gatekeeper. He left POTUS vulnerable for 2 years. And guess what? Mueller is not going anywhere. There is too much risk. As long as Mueller is there, he and RR run the DOJ. They control the whole show.

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    • cozette says:

      You know whats going on and what to do but our genius president who knows all the players and has access to tye greatest intel in the world does not. Hmmmmm. I’m going to let my president continue to handle things. If I start to fret then I’ll say a prayer.

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  4. wmingpt says:

    What could the Clinton’s have on all these people that gives the Clinton’s cover?

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    • CarolynH says:

      They are Democrats. D’s can do anything they want with impunity.

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      • swampratterrier says:

        Plus they have more than 100 years between them of gathering dirt illegally.

        Bill was AG of Arkansas for a few years before getting governor remember.

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        • dd_sc says:

          And after Bill replaced William Sessions with Louis Freeh as FBI Director, Craig Livingstone delivered a bunch of FBI files to H. Clinton.

          Mueller succeeded Freeh, Comey succeeded Meuller. The top ranks of FBI have been filled by Clintonistas since 1992. On the DOJ side, you have Reno, Holder, and Lynch – all Clintonistas.

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      • swampratterrier says:

        Plus they have more than 100 years between them of gathering dirt illegally.

        Bill was AG of Arkansas for a few years before getting governor remember!

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    • cozette says:

      Why do you assume that there is a cover up? President Trump has demonstrated his sincerity about achieving the things he said while campaigning and a big one is draining “the swamp”. He knows that if he fails then he, his family, friends and this country will be destroyed. He is ruthless, methodical and relentless by nature. Why on eath then would I doubt that he isn’t moving heaven and earth to take down the corrupt network so all is not lost?

      He said during the midterm rallies that the DOJ and FBI had been purged except for some lingering stench. I understood that to mean he had gained operational control of those departments. I checkled the list of plotters identified by Sundance and sure enough, they’re all gone. Sessions stepped down so Whitaker could step in and take cobtrol of the Mueller investogation away from Rosenstein. Again, I see no reason not to accept Trumps assessment of the situation.

      I know that Horowitz and his investigative team of 470 have been focused on all issues involving the agencies for 2 years and that last year Sessions secretly matched that with a prosecutorial team headed by Huber. Unfortunately, pressure from Congress forced Sessions hand and he revealed Hubers existence 6 months later to appease their foolish or duplicitous cries for a 2nd SC. It is against policy and beyond stupid to comment on active I investigations so the odd notion that we’re not getting updates defies all logic. The key is to root out as much of the evil as possible and WIN in court. Only a fool would prematurely tip targets off. With that being said, DC was shocked to learn a grand jury had been working in secret for 6 months (without a leak) and that McCabe was on target. This is another proof the Trumps team is at work.

      Aditionally, there are hints that Sessions appointed another prosecutorial team to focus on the CF and U1. Huckabee mentioned the name Cody Hiland andbpraised to the skies as fearless and utterly fair with a passion for justice. Since successful and legal prosecutions require stealth I do nt expect more info under arrests are made and/or charges are made public. Why would any informed adult expect to know whats going on at this stage? If we knew then that would mean thevinvestigations are pr bs. Correct?
      Finally, I was delighted that Huber did NOT testify before blabby Congress. A prosecutor who is willing to ignore those grandstanders and refuse to risk giving anything away to our mortal enemies that may endanger the success of his mission gave me hope that he is serious unlike the politicians jockeying for camera time.

      Congress does NOT prosecute. Trumps DOJ and in some cases military does. Knowing this, I am unconcerned about the Dems taking cotrol of Congress. They will make fools of themselves and be an annoyance but excellent villains for Trump to play off of. Anything that doesn’t get done will be their fault and I know Trump has arranged it so he doesn’t need anything passed. Meanwhile his judges will continue to be confirmed. Ditto his other nominees while the DOJ continues preparing for successful prosecutions. The swamp is global, embedded, multi generational and made up of the most evil, corrupt andvpwerful people on earth who are protected by the media and cultural influencers. It would be childish to believe anyone could have completed this herculean task by now. IIt would defy all logic to believe that its not happening. So yes, I have confidence in Trump he’s a genius and a fearless fighter. Knowing that, I’m confident he and his team have a plan to win. So yes, since I can’t know everything thats going on right now without ruining things, I will trust my presidents plan and focus on praying for his success. As Jesus commanded, “Let not your heart be troubled.” Mine isn’t. My untroubled heart does NOT make me complacent. On the contrary, it prevents me from making myself sick with useless worry. I am an alert, focused ad happy warrior. Like my president. May God bless us all. Lets continue to MAGA. Together.

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      • G. Combs says:

        Cozette,
        Thanks for the explanation. I too do not see a loss at this point. We still need HONEST JUDGES appointed and hopefully a third Supreme Court judge. President Trump has arranged for those judges to be appointed by concentrating on getting more Senators elected.

        Meanwhile prepare for a government shutdown and DemonRat antics.

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      • Ray Runge says:

        Will take issue with your point the “the DoJ and FBI has been purged except for some lingering stench”.

        Last week the FBI unleashed a 6 hour raid on the home of a Mr. Cain, a legally recognized whistle blower in regard the Clinton Foundation. Wray likely knew and approved the action, No repercussions.

        IMO, some action by POTUS Trump to hold Wray and FBI accountable for the raid would be a heartening sign that some measure of control over FBI is in place.

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        • Yahooty's Booty says:

          Ray Runge, Since his name was leaked, maybe the search, and all the media attention, would stave off Killery’s gouls. This would shine a bright light on the situation and gouls don’t like the light. It also got thousands of Patriots praying for him. Things seem to be unfolding as they should. Stand strong in the Lord. All is well. Hillary lost.

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        • They had to take Mr Cain’s findings/papers because once his name was leaked, they felt all that proof would be stolen and his life would be in danger. Now it’s being held for safekeeping.

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          • GB Bari says:

            Uh, no. Nice try, though.

            “Taking it for safekeeping” did not require a 3am knockdown raid by FBI “Sturmtruppen”. The “shock and awe” style of raid at the time its least anticipated was purely designed to intimidate and instill fear in Cain other whistleblowers.

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            • CMDCMRET says:

              Uh no. Your assertion is an assumption as well.

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              • CMDCMRET says:

                Nice try though.

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              • GB Bari says:

                No assumption. it is blatantly obvious. They showed up unannounced, with 16 agents in the middle of the night, at the least anticipated hour before dawn. Taking the documents for safekeeping would not have required them to surprise the rightful holder of those document copies and his family in the middle of the night. And it would not have required a complete “strip search” of the premises. If it was “for safekeeping”, arrangements could have been made ahead of time with Cain to have everything ready to go at a prescribed time. They intended to confiscate (steal) his computers and mobile devices. That’s not “for safekeeping.”

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      • oliver says:

        Beautifully written, encouraging and thoughtful commentary.

        Liked by 7 people

      • Yahooty's Booty says:

        And I stand in agreement with you. Amen.

        Liked by 4 people

      • steph_gray says:

        Thank you cozette! Really enjoyed your replies on this thread.

        Liked by 4 people

      • bkrg2 says:

        Cozette you have my nomination for Comment of the Year

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      • WOW!! Such an awesome post! I totally agree with you 100%…this is exactly as I see it as well. Thank You…and Merry Christmas!

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      • Bravo cozette… just perfect.

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      • sue davis says:

        Thank you this is one of the best posts I have read. People have to be patient .All the T “s & I”s have to crossed and no leaks !!! Most Americans know nothing about all the behind investigations going on.

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    • Marian says:

      Chelsea is married to Soros’ nephew, and Hillary is besties with Lynn Rothschild.

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    • Rob says:

      A government stuffed full of like minded democrats and leftists.

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    • mikeyboo says:

      Whores work for money. the Clintons have lots and lots of money.

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  5. TestName7 says:

    Wow. What in the world was that.

    – As people above noted: 3 times? Three ?

    Implications aside, does the DOJ have any self respect?
    3 times, really?
    Were they checking if it was “still there”?
    Was it lost in the mail?
    Dog ate it?

    … And why is the only branch with oversight over the FBI digging into 2 private citizens for any indication of investigations the FBI may or may not be pursuing?

    What the heck is going on here.
    jk

    — needless to say, if what the two individuals say is true and it turns out nothing comes of it, they can always contract with a handful of reporters/authors for a percentage of any reward (the writers can figure out how they will split it). Nothing to lose at that point.

    Suggestion t(w)o individuals: might consider cutting bait sooner than later for any number of reasons.

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    • cozette says:

      Key words “IF what they say is true”. I will put my faith in my presidents DOJ over some outsider bounty hunters. Again, I have a choice. Get upset over what strangers think they know or trust my president who I vetted and who has proven himself over and over again. Easy choice. I trust my president and continue to be a happy warrior.

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      • Yahooty's Booty says:

        Cozette, Ditto again.

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      • TestName7 says:

        I apologize. Maybe you misread or meant to reply to another comment.

        My comment was light hearted, half in jest, and for amusement; I spent most the evening in urgent care with my 2 year old who came home with a random virus screaming bloody murder and bpm up to 200+, spO2 70-85.

        This is just for fun and winding down (for you at least).

        If you honestly had a problem with me making light of the 20 minute hearing clip:
        — T o u g h

        I don’t feel I’m required to protect you from being upset nor provide for your happiness. Be well. And try to relax.

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      • Tinsley says:

        Sure..whatever you say…”Shiny happy people holding hands” always win…..I think not.
        Strength and the courage to accept things as they are…is where the truth lies. Until you realize that there is so much evil in the world right now….”positive thoughts” and happy words…just are not going to cut it .

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    • I have come to believe the Clinton foundation is a CIA front to meddle here, there and everywhere.
      The Clintons provide the name ,take their hefty cut of the grift.
      The CIA is moving away from them ,
      That could be the message Bush gave to all in the funeral envelopes.
      Sorry ,folks my CIA buddies said after I ‘ m gone and you said your good words ,you can now pound sand
      Merry Christmas

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      • TestName7 says:

        Hah. That would be a hoot.

        Hard to imagine that’s the place it would be “dropped”, but fun to daydream about. I never really saw the facial reactions from the letters… maybe I’ll take a look.

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      • GB Bari says:

        I respectfully disagree. See Eye Aye doesn’t want its financial activities anywhere near as visible as the CF. It wants them completely hidden and undetectable by its enemies (which includes most of the American public).

        No, that vile and corrupt organization is a principal in the deepest of the Deep State, a tool of the Globalist Cabal, those who consider themselves the center of the NWO.

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    • jeremywhooten says:

      The two financial investigators should not have expected that just because they sent a package to the DOJ, it was correctly routed, read and prioritized. Bureaucracies are huge. They should not have allowed so much time between repeat deliveries of their precious packages. They should have followed up THE NEXT DAY to research the delivery and receipt of their packages. They should have insisted that they SPEAK to the intended recipient of the very first package.

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      I think they were fishing to see if there were any copies out there anywhere. Sure hope Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan have copies tucked away in a safe deposit box or with a lawyer somewhere. Next time the idiots ask for those same docs, the whistleblowers need only say they gave them their last copy.

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    • Mae Miller says:

      Listening to these two guys talk gave me visions of them hunched over a kitchen table excitedly scribbling numbers on scraps of paper. They had no access to actual records so what info did they have to calculate taxes? Then they sent their conclusions to everyone and their brother – except Congress. The postal service? Really? They seemed to be a couple of of kooks to me.

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  6. Fake News says:

    Okay can someone explain this whole tic toc thing?
    D5 was supposed to be some epic event. It doesn’t happen, they move the goal posts, and it becomes d13. D13 is a dud. So how do they move the goal posts? Is there a new date for the new and improved tic toc???

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    • cozette says:

      Fake news you name is apt since everything you said is disinfo. Is that intentional or did you innocently pick it up and are now passing disinfo on unintentional? Research and seek to understand before opining. Please. BTW Bush died on D5. No one who has done serious research would use the currently trendy phrase, moving the goal posts either. Why not opine about things you do know about? Comments based on research and experience are so helpful.

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  7. swampratterrierswampratterriero says:

    Plus they have more than 100 years between them of gathering dirt illegally.

    Bill was AG of Arkansas for a few years before getting governor remember.

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  8. ArkansasLiving says:

    NY Representative Mahoney who is good friend of the Clinton’s talked about the CF doing harbor work in NY…. my understanding is one of HRC’s good friends whom is a legit billionaire….. and also married to a billionaire from the Film Industry…. has a separate foundation that is doing Harbor Work in NYC…. I have never heard that CF was doing that…. LOL. Show us the Proof Mahoney…. are you sure HRC isn’t lying to you???

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    • cozette says:

      Does anyone have llinks to the indictments unsealed this week that lead to the arrests of multiple big Clinton Foundation donors? Also, does anyone have updates on the NXVIM trials? I know Clinton foundation associates are involved and one of the charges was child trafficking.

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  9. Miller says:

    Your as bad as Q Sundance. What’s your point?

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  10. What a mess indeed.

    These two were a clown show.

    It does not matter how good your research is in this setting. It is ALL about the presentation.

    These two clowns couldn’t find a bullet point if it shot them in the face.

    What are the big transgressions they found in the Clinton Foundation? Comingling.

    Example? “Erm. Ah. Erm. Let me think. Private travel and vacations.”

    Anything else? “UNREGISTERED Foreign agent.”

    Really! Example? “Mozambique drugs”.

    Are you f-ing kidding me? That’s the best bullet points you got?

    How about BILLIONS for Haiti misappropriated. How about examples of unregistered foreign agent pay-to-play lobbying and policy changes of the US government.

    How much tax do they owe? $2.5 billion? Or the tax on INCOME of $2.5 billion?

    Clear as mud.

    What a total shitshow.

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    • hippielouie says:

      “UNREGISTERED Foreign agent.” isn’t this treason??

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    • Justin Green says:

      Keep in mind these whistleblowers were ONLY focused on TAX violations, and they said that a few times. They also acknowledged that there were OTHER non-tax crimes that they were not wanting to discuss.

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      • I know, but the presentation was terrible.
        I always prepare before giving a presentation – and commit my bullet points to memory.
        They weren’t clear on the tax liability, their strong point in that hearing.
        Like I said, is the 2.5 billion what’s owed? Or is that the taxable income?
        Simple question, but they flubbed it.

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  11. Butternut says:

    Meadows looked like an idiot. As chairman of the committee he should have known all the answers before he had them testify. Makes me question his competence.

    As for the witnesses, I think they were right not to turn their work over. Who in their right mind would give congress their investment only to have congress sling it around like children.

    I tend to believe that Huber, the FBI and the IRS are playing stupid because they are way beyond what these guys did in their work. These two guys keep swinging because they probably sense this and want to make sure they get their money back when the lights come on, which I suspect they will.

    How Sundance keeps his sanity is beyond me. He has keep his mind inside this gordian knot for a long time and still keeps the dots connected. He certainly keeps my attention. Thank you for your work.

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    • GB Bari says:

      I disagree that “Meadows looked like an idiot.” He was doing his job and he did it as best as anyone could under the circumstances.

      But I agree 6,000 pages of research documents to any committee that includes Democrats and Deep State RINOs is practically equivalent to handing it to the Washington Post, New York Times, and CNN.

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  12. littlebird160 says:

    Democrats=Bugs Bunny
    Republicans = Elmer Fudd

    ‘nuf said……

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  13. littlebird160 says:

    Democrats = Bugs Bunny
    Republicans = Elmer Fudd
    ’nuff said…

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  14. I bet no one gets fired and everyone keeps their pensions.

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  15. Feckless useless Congress

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  16. jeans2nd says:

    Re-watching this, noting Tom Fitton’s reactions –
    Fitton tries very hard not to laugh. Fitton smiles, he texts, he looks bored, he wriggles in his seat…around 02:32:00 Fitton openly laughs. The staffer behind Rep Meadows is laughing.
    No theatrics from the Democrats.

    What more do we need?

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  17. Marian says:

    Has anyone considered these two “whistleblowers” are being paid by the Clinton’s? Nothing to see and it’s ancient history have been Bill and Hillary’s standard mo. Give it a few months, and these two will be Arkancide.

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  18. Guffman says:

    I enjoyed the testimony of these two gentlemen. They’ve done their homework and as they stated, they did NOT ask to appear in front of this committee. They are looking at the CF purely from a tax perspective to collect on a possible YUGE bounty. I see nothing wrong with this at all.

    I also liked the fact that they put a rather snotty Mark Meadows politely in his place. Meadows calls the two in front of his committee and then starts yelling at them – I could not figure out why. Meadows also for some reason seemed to be very catering to the Democrat ranking member woman to his right… why was that??? Numerous times he brought her name into it instead of just referring to the committee as a whole… seemed very odd to me.

    My opinion of Mark Meadows changed for the worse after watching this circus today.

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    • aol925 says:

      I completely agree and I watched the whole darn thing twice! Once with my significant other. We both thought Monynihan and Doyle were very good. Meadow came off as a swamp creature except when he took on the “law professor” who was obnoxious and deserved it.
      Meadows catering Eleanor Holmes, the non voting delegate of DC was very disturbing. It demonstrated the uniparty. I kept wanting to ask the committee members to raise their hands if they receive a salary from the Clinton Foundation.

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  19. Cheesehead54016 says:

    Where is the Anghony Weiner laptop and when will it become a key item in all of this???

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  20. Mark Hudson says:

    I watched the entire hearing, beyond the FBI in Arkansas collecting boxes, the 2 investigators were told by the Washington bureau “don’t call us we’ll call you” they appeared to have been ignored by IRS, Huber (we lost your info 3X’s), and Horowitz.

    Until there is someone being frog marched I can longer get excited by any tic toc news; deep state is racking up a ton of papercuts while I wait for the axe to fall.

    Expect the worse, pray for the best.

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  21. You know what’s funny? The Mueller team knows how to get people to “confess” to the crime of committing perfectly legal acts such as paying someone for a non-disclosure agreement – if that person will do so in a way that embarrasses Trump.

    And meanwhile, the Trump DOJ can’t do anything with the sketchiest of the sketchy. Lean on Huma Abedin or Cheryl Mills the way Mueller and Weissman leaned on Manafort and Cohen. I guarantee – you’d get some real confessions to some real crimes.

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  22. LULU says:

    From Sara Carter on the hearing:

    Former Utah U.S. Attorney General John Huber, who resigned when he was appointed by former Department of Justice Attorney General Jeff Sessions to investigate the Clinton Foundation and the issues surrounding the approval to sell 20 percent of U.S. Uranium assets to Russia, declined to attend the hearing. Chairman Mark Meadows, R-NC, who oversaw the hearing stated that it was disappointing that Huber declined, leaving Congress in the dark regarding the DOJ’s investigation.

    Investigations into the Clinton Foundation have always been plagued by politics but Moynihan wanted to make clear in his opening statement that this investigation was one of many his firm has conducted on nonprofits and had nothing to do with politics.

    https://saraacarter.com/financial-bounty-hunters-testify-clinton-foundation-operated-as-foreign-agent/

    But the money would be nice? Whom to believe?

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  23. Truthfilter says:

    1. Obviously, there IS a so-called open investigation into the Clinton Foundation. We know this because of Huber’s absence.
    2. The “open” investigation has been just sitting there—for years. It was opened in 2013 or 2014 and McCabe/Strzok were early involved in supervising roles. (Strzok’s wife works for the agency that oversees financial and corporate fraud, etc. How convenient.)
    3. The fact that Huber didn’t contact these 2 “financial investigators” until November 30th proves that nothing is happening. They are still sitting on it because they know that an open investigation shields the complicit players (in ALL of these agencies including the IRS) from exposure. You can’t get the docs through FOIA if an investigation is “open.” Same strategy is being used with the ongoing Mueller investigation. Comey plays the same game. This is how they roll.

    4. Maybe Meadows is pissed because these guys have given documents to agencies that will or have already buried them. (Yes, these 2 guys are motivated by money but more power to them. It is one of the last tools that the little people have in their arsenal and more of us should do it!). Congress cannot fulfill any oversight role if they can’t get the docs. Now it’s too late. The DEMS take over next month. So yeah—Meadows is frustrated.

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  24. Anonymous says:

    Elephant in the room…

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  25. golfmann says:

    Actually, having a financial reason makes me believe it and trust them MORE.
    They did the legwork and ought to be rewarded.
    Disappointed in the hearing though, on the whole.

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  26. Why pay for something that Huber’s team already knows and has? If these bounty hunters can gain accesss to this information, surely a team of federal investigators can. This is why no one returned their calls.

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    • The two men who testified are bounty hunters who are entitled to a portion of the taxes they find if the IRS collects. Former government investigators themselves (IRS?), they know exactly what to look for and how to make the case.

      What’s nice about these guys is, the vision of a multi-million dollar payday is their motivation. They aren’t cogs in the machine controlled by corrupt political hacks loyal to the Establishment and by extension the Clintons: The two are inextricably intertwined.

      It appears Huber’s team isn’t doing anything – so Meadows’ intent in making this public is to embarrass them into action. Likewise – I’m not confident the FBI office in Little Rock is doing anything other than a Mid-Year Exam part 2: Immunitypalooza whitewash redux. By making the documented malfeasance public Meadows is casting sunlight on the cockroaches, and one hopes it will throw a monkey wrench into their coverup scheme.

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  27. Bud says:

    Why would you turn anything over to the JOKE called Congress?

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    • Justin Green says:

      Well, these guys are in it for the money. It’s not necessarily a bad thing (and I hold no ill will against them at all, though OUR industry WAS dramatically impacted by a whistleblower who misread the law and pointed out a loophole which the government decided to “correct” retroactively).

      They want to protect their claim on the prize money, which is dubious in the first place since they’re not the first team to point out crimes the CF has committed.

      Nevertheless, you wouldn’t want to hand a leaky Congressional Committee, complete with your enemy, your battle plan or expose it to someone else who might attempt to collect the reward money. Sure, Meadows can ask to get their filing from the respective agencies, which will probably turn over their filing, at least in secret, to warn the target.

      All in all, the hearing was gratifying to see that someone yet again has pointed out the more mundane, yet absolutely serious legal violations of the Clinton Foundation.

      However, the IRS and FBI aren’t going to do squat with their filing, and apparently, Barney Fife Huber isn’t taking it seriously, either, if he’s done anything at all, which is unlikely.

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  28. lurker2 says:

    Don’t criticize the good people in the House when we are the ones who voted in the traitors. It’s our own fault.

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  29. G. Combs says:

    “….3. The fact that Huber didn’t contact these 2 “financial investigators” until November 30th proves that nothing is happening…..”

    OR

    That a love level Clinton lover who opens the mail has deep sixed anything they receive that threatens the Clinton’s.

    Unfortunately that is a problem you run into in ANY large organization. You have to ASSume your clerk or secretary is not executing THEIR agenda.

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    • G. Combs says:

      ACK
      love level = low level
      I had this happen to me BTW. Human resources tossed ALL the job applications for a lab tech for three months. Had to physically go and grab the resumes coming in to finally fill the job. Filled the job in a week.

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      • 1stgoblyn says:

        Had it happen to me personally. The ‘department chief’ wanted me for a position I had held temporarily the year before but the agency wanted to fill it with a minority. The application I and several others who had applied for the first time, were tossed and the minority was selected. Funny how that works.

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  30. soaplady says:

    We all hate these grandstanding hearings—but do yourself a favor and listen to the last hour of it. The two whistleblowers reveal why they gave their docs to the IRS, the FBI and to Huber—–because Congressional committees can and will do nothing with what they are handed….Meadows reaction was like the Mastercard commercial—————priceless 🙂

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  31. brenrod says:

    In a related matter apparently Mueller, the doj and HOrowitz appear to have lost evidence provided by the whistleblower who was subject to a raid after giving his evidence to fbi, doj and horowitz….. perhaps the corrupt doj, fbi and/or horowitz are seeking to get the only evidence remaining from the hands of the whistleblower so that they can conveniently lost the only remaining evidence.

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  32. Donna in Oregon says:

    Charles Ortel on OAN about the Clinton Foundation.

    Perhaps Mark Meadows should have invited Mr. Ortel.

    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2018/08/29/oanns_chris_carter_clinton_foundation_hasnt_had_audit_or_oversight_for_almost_20_years.html

    Mr. Ortel’s Twitter page: Whistleblowers claim Huber lost evidence twice.

    https://twitter.com/charlesortel?lang=en

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  33. Doug Amos says:

    So this absolutely confirms that the Clintons killed the pharma giants, the Shermans, in Toronto. The proprietors of the pharmaceuticals company that provided the supplies to the Clinton Foundation’s Haitian relief sham.

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  34. Me says:

    Do nothing government or maybe the Clintons are better at hiding their thievery than these guys are at finding it.

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  35. rose says:

    this is why these 2 skilled, objective, financial sharpshooters are desperately needed by WTP to do what gov’t can’t or won’t.
    they aren’t partisans, they are numbers crunchers. They are patriots. their labors should be compensated. they may well have justifiable fears that their work could be corrupted, stolen, or used by others for their own glory or their own ”bestsellers”.

    the work is brutal in its consumption of time, money, effort, motivation , and detail. so yes, they are professionals–and cheap at the price, because their work product far exceeds the speed, efficiency, and skill sets of gov’t workers.

    moreover, hill and bill should have to pay for it.

    this why their evidence keeps going ‘missing’.

    that’s why congressional hacks envy them and try to subject these men to public mockery and scorn.

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  36. Abdul Abulbul Amir says:

    The Overton Window was bumped a bit this week. The general population has now been shown that there is an interest in exposing illegal behavior of the Clinton crime family, regardless of the lack of publicity by the so-called ‘main stream media’. All these little baby steps will get us to a goal.

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  37. Lactantius says:

    I see this a bit differently from the excellent explanation written by Sundance. In my opinion, Representative Mark Meadows was doing a clean-up job before he loses his power in the next Congress. He gave Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch a platform. He paid off some favors to John Solomon, former editor of the Washington Times and he took a shot across the bow of the Clinton Foundation. It was supposedly an all-too-little-and-too-late swan song before the Peloski House relegates him to relative silence.

    Congress-critter Mark Meadows walked into a totally unexpected bonanza and game changer. Two “nerds” in the guise of “Frick and Frack” were scheduled to tell their story of hoped-for fame and riches.

    Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan are straight out of the world of Charles Dickens. They are dedicated accountants, driven by a strong sense of religious rectitude who are making a living getting pay-offs for turning in tax cheats. Bounty hunters, if you will. But, Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan are forensic accountants who dig deep into the arcane and understand the machinations of crooked accounting and cooked books. The discover what is false and then heavily establish what is most likely true in regard to existing law. They do all of the legwork and depend on the official auditors to agree with their findings.

    Representative Mark Meadows did not have a clue about the can of worms he was opening with Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan. Nor did the DemonizingRats on the committee. Everything was about running out the clock, doing clean-up work and skipping town before the new regime takes the reins.

    Then, after two hours, Mark Meadows discovered he had sleep walked into a hay-maker. While scolding and berating Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan as a couple of minions playing games with the almighty Congress, Mark Meadows began to listen and trying to understand Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan.

    Mark Meadows learned that Mr. Huber from the DOJ was most likely conducting a secret investigation of the Clinton Foundation using the work of Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan. In his opening remarks, Mark Meadows had excoriated Mr. Huber for failing to show as a witness. Suddenly, an entirely visible epiphany hit Mark Meadows: Mr. Huber did not show in order to protect a secret investigation. Mark Meadows suddenly put two and two together and understood that Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan, Frick and Frack, were the cause of something Mark Meadows and the Republicans in Congress had failed to do. Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan had started a DOJ special investigation of the Clinton Foundation.

    Mark Meadows and the Republicans ran out the clock on their leadership days. Mark Meadows had treated Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan like bumpkins fallen freshly off the turnip truck. Mark Meadows got the taste of that little bit of bile when one gets a blow to the gut.

    Meanwhile, Tom Fitton can be seen laughing. John Solomon sputters about how he covered all of this way back when. More ass-covering to follow.

    Good on Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan. They are digging into the system as private citizens and their pay out could be Y-U-G-E !!!! I hope it is. I hope they spur a whole cottage industry of mining government abuse and corruption for the sake of syphoning off some of the money which flows through the swears of corruption.

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