Best Dobbs – On Mueller and Rosenstein Collaboration: When are People Going to Admit “The Republicans Got Rolled”…

Attorney Cleta Mitchell appears with Lou Dobbs to discuss Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s plans to leave the DOJ in the coming weeks.

About two minutes into this discussion clear-eyed Dobbs asks when people are going to admit the Mueller probe was all about covering-up prior corruption; thereby positioning Cleta Mitchell to outline a specific example of how Speaker Paul Ryan worked against HPSCI Chairman Devin Nunes to undermine any investigative inquiry.

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319 Responses to Best Dobbs – On Mueller and Rosenstein Collaboration: When are People Going to Admit “The Republicans Got Rolled”…

  1. Serious question for our Legal Eagles:

    Can X-Speaker Ryan be prosecuted for obstruction of justice
    … or whatever is relevant here?

    [Apart from whether POTUS has a reason for holding fire.]

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    • Perhaps Sedition or aiding and abetting it.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Do believe that Ryan is NOT the only RINO complicit in the swamp—Sadly I think the swamp RINOs are around 50% or more of the Republicans in DC.

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      • amwick says:

        I think it is more. *sighs

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        • kinthenorthwest says:

          I will always under estimate what I think I can prove .
          We just having discussion about Democrats wanting the drug trafficking to stay open. I said around 50%…turns out my proof showed more. Weird its south of our border that seems to supply drugs for more than just the North American continent.

          16 Maps Of Drug Flow Into The United States
          https://www.businessinsider.com/16-maps-of-drug-flow-into-the-united-states-2012-7

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        • Dutchman says:

          I think the ‘Leadership’ were ‘in on it’; the rank and file Republican Senators and Representatives, not so much.

          Firstly, no ‘need to know’; I THINK they learn, early on not to cross the leadership, vote the,way they are told, and they will be ‘taken care of’.

          Cross the Leadership, and they are toast. Frankly, its pretty obvious intelligence is not the most essential quality neccedary, for getting elected to Congress.

          Most of em, just ain’t that bright.
          To them, “Trump” is a threat on a more basic level; “Gee, if he keeps this up, ALL of us politicians will be expected to actually keep our promises!”

          The thing is, to corrupt any organisation, you don’t HAVE to corrupt every member, just the leadership.

          So, the,Decepticons, as Sundance has listed; the leadership of ‘both’ parties (faces of Uniparty) and they then insure the chairmen of a few key committees, so probably less than 20?

          The rest will just,do as they are told, and may even believe the performances put on by Turtle and the rest.

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      • Ryan would likely squeal.

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        • kinthenorthwest says:

          Not sure —- Think there is more to Ryan & Romney. Until this year I though Ryan was the scariest.

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          • anniefannie says:

            If Romney had run on any platform other than Duh?! and picked a running mate with a spine and less swamp poo on himself, he would have been inaugurated in January 2013. He and his boy really wanted Obama to stay in “power” as ordered by the swamp and Soros.
            There should be residency requirements for Senate. I gave the people of Utah too much credit. Just because you were Mormon doesn’t mean you are pure Mormon. That’s as bad as blacks who voted for Obama because he was black, women voting for Hillary because she was female, or whites voting against Obama because he was not white. Sometimes you get what you asked for and find out it was cover for Satan.

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            • Dobber says:

              Most run on ‘principles, once they dip their toes into the mud (of the swamp ) it becomes a therapy .
              Elephant and Rinos both enjoy the wallow, sadly.

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            • Dee Paul Deje says:

              Other notable Mormons: Jeff Flake, Harry Reid, Genn Beck

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            • Chewbarkah says:

              I’m pretty sure we had the choice of voting for the Swamp and Soros, or the Swamp and Soros.

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            • Annie Ok says:

              The Mormon candidate for President was put up to keep Trump out, and you can be sure that it was engineered by Romney. And if you look at maps of the popular vote, county by county, state by state, you can line up the votes for the Mormon candidate with the number of Mormons in each state. In Minnesota, Trump lost by 1.3 percent. The votes cast for the Mormon were 1.5 percent. In 2012 I worked very closely with a women’s Republican group which had many Mormons. After Romney lost, most of them disappeared. In 2016 they were gone. They preferred Hillary over Trump. I was shocked. Now I know.

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        • Yes, if he were stuck with a shiv in jail.

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      • jebg46 says:

        Why else did over 40 Republicans decide to retire at midterm? Maybe some did out of disgust at the complicit RINOs but more likely have taken favors they shouldn’t have or worse, participated in the seditious actions.

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        • kinthenorthwest says:

          Put this on here before.
          In 2008 the DNC royally screwed Americans in the Primary. The Democrats that started kissing Obama’s A$$ were either bribed, or blackmailed. The Democrats that the DNC &/or Obama didn’t have any use for were thrown under the bus (Richardson, Blagojevich, Edwards & probably many more). Others were rewarded with positions, contracts or bailout monies. Biden’s son got Biden his VP nod by put on warrant out for Sinclair.

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          • anniefannie says:

            They were securing plantation space for a dwindling part of their base all while gently nudging the party toward Socialism.

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          • Meriadoc says:

            This has been the dems M.O. since the Clintons obtained the FBI files on congressmen back in the 90’s. Larry Nichols’ comment (“Everybody in D.C. either has a price or has something to hide”) is more true and runs deeper than we can possibly imagine.

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            • swissik says:

              I believe it has been the Dems M.O. for much longer than the Clinton period, way back to before I became a citizen (1963). The reason it wasn’t obvious to many is that Americans in general are or used to be, trusting and happy go lucky people.

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      • Brian says:

        That’s right…Dobbs’ statement that the republicans got rolled is a bit off target. It’s clear to me that half of the republican’s (and all of the DC leadership) were in on the soft coup to begin with and know that there is incontrovertible evidence of it. They know that they are screwed if Trump declassifies. Even if Trump doesn’t declassify, enough of us now know the truth and will never support a globalist/CoC/RINO type again.

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      • Latina says:

        McCain was for sure.

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      • sDee says:

        “Sadly I think the swamp RINOs are around 50% or more of the Republicans in DC.”

        My experience with local candidate selection and support by the Party is that almost no one gets through to the general election unless they are loyal and/or deeply “obligated” to the GOPe, Uniparty deception, and globalism. Maybe 10%.

        That culling continues for federal seats, so I would put GOP patriots in DC at less than 1%.

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      • huecowacko says:

        That’s the reason Ryan retained the Speakership ’til the new Congress, i.e., the Freedom Caucus didn’t have the horsepower(votes)to remove him, badly outnumbered.

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      • snarkybeach says:

        On many occasions, Freedom Caucus members were asked, by Dobbs and others, why didn’t they ask for Ryan to be vacated as Speaker and every one of them avoided the question. It only takes one to come to the floor to motion to vacate…

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      • Judith says:

        “When are they going to admit WE got rolled by the Republicans..”

        There. Fixed it for ya.

        One of the things I find most irritating about the media is their penchant for hawking brand-new shiny things, with little attention given to resolving the issues presented.

        I’m still stuck on election fraud and this nation can’t move forward until we fix that. These newspeople are carnival barkers at best and we viewers have such short attention spans.
        Can we just pause and back up for a minute.

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      • Judith says:

        “When are WE going to admit that WE got rolled by the Republicans..”

        There. Fixed it for ya.

        One of the things I find most irritating about the media is their penchant for hawking brand-new shiny things, with scant attention given to resolving the issues presented.

        I’m still stuck on election fraud and this nation can’t move forward until we fix that. These newspeople are carnival barkers at best and we viewers are trained to have short attention spans.

        Can’t we ever pause and back up for a minute.

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      • shirley49 says:

        Only the American people can fix that. It is called voting.

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    • jackphatz says:

      Would that not require the effort or action on the party of the AG? If not I would really like to know what the chain of command would be here.

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    • delighteddeplorable says:

      That’s a great question. The enormity of the swamp continues to expose itself and it seems possible that the reality of draining it is much more complex and difficult than anyone could have known. Those swamp denizens – Rs and Ds both – are viciously protecting themselves in a way that seems outsized far beyond upset over losing an election. If anyone can do it, PDJT can but man, it sure would be great to see him get some robust and consistent help from within his own party. Miss Lindsey takes one step forward and three steps back. Daintily.

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      • Seems like taking Ryan down would send a massive signal to ALL with massive benefits:
        • Ryan the Rat fingers co-conspirators.
        • RINOs finger themselves if they back Ryan.
        • RINOs take UniParty co-conspirators down with them …

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      • Patrick healy says:

        As an avid overseas observer of the putrid political system in D.C. (and the UK and the EU-and not forgetting Canada), I am wondering what role all these lobbyists play?
        Is there any constraints on them in US law or are they a law unto themselves?

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        • JoAnn Leichliter says:

          I believe there are some legal constraints, Patrick, but have not been keeping up with that. President Trump has been involved in restricting what his cabinet members can do after they leave, as I recall.

          Lobbying can serve a useful purpose, but it has escalated into a bidding war for people in the legislative branch. Further restraint is needed, but free speech is also at issue.

          Places like England and France (in fact, most of Europe and Canada), where thrre is essentially no such thing as free speech, do not have to deal with that issue.

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        • Doug Amos says:

          If you follow Sun Dance Patrick you will see that a Main Street win virtually assures their extinction. Sun Dance may even be President Trump, who knows but for sure, the what he envisions is going to cost the Rothschilds and their ilk $ trillions and make their political surrogates and by extension, the lobbyists, ghosts of the past. Donald J Trump with the support of millions and millions of great American patriots will be just the man to get that job done..

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      • Dobber says:

        Linda loves to go to battle, from the ‘war room ‘ as long as he can wear his ‘wing tips as opposed to his boots, he’s got our VSGPDJT s back.

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      • Iamcat says:

        Yes, the reaction to this election was totally insane and still is.

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    • guybee55 says:

      No wonder he said he would not run for reelecation

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    • MrG says:

      That’s a non-starter question IMO. Because even if he could be charged…he won’t be charged.

      The DOJ/FBI is a corrupt criminal enterprise, top to bottom, and that includes the vaunted “agents” whose arse Hannity goes out of his way to kiss any chance he gets.

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    • Zimbalistjunior says:

      Obstruction is vague and all encompassing. All these black hats from mueller to Ryan can and should be prosecuted for obstruction. Some of them may walk for technical reasons. But who cares. It’s the indictments that matter notbthe convictions. That’s the lesson the white hats should have learned from mueller probe.

      Accuse, allege, indict and put the bad guys on the defensive. I’ve been counseling this for months. Alas, PDJT may just not have enough support in the swamp to do so.

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    • iwasthere@gmail.com says:

      I am a lawyer, albeit, not an expert on legislative branch immunity (probably < 50 people experts on that). My guess is that Ryan is untouchable due to legislative immunity and the Gang of 8 statute. IMBG, the entire gang of 8 was fully briefed on the 'there might be a Russian spy in the Trump campaign! We're getting a counter-intelligence warrant, just in an abundance of caution to protect the Republic. ' And the gang was more than happy to play along. Now, did the Gand of 8 know about all the illegal spying disclosed in the 99 page FISA court order prior to the warrant – my informed speculation is NO. I want that 99 page order declassed more than anything else – and I want to know who Obama was spying on – and you can bet your a** it's not limited to the Trump campaign.

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      • Imagine the IMPLICATIONS if Congress can immunize its members from prosecution for Sedition and Treason.

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        • Great Minds think alike BKR!!! I ALWAYS thought that throwing the house to the dems was a way to keep a status-quo going…Since the 2nd EO has come into being on 1 January and the border situation heating up, gov. closed, DoD giving back 27B back to Treasury, SofU in 19 days, I daresay that PDJT is about to OPEN the GATES OF HELL ON THESE PEOPLE…Of course, timing is of the essence…
          NOTE: Wouldn’t it be a hoot that at the end of the SofU speech, PDJT has the Sergeant-at-Arms open the doors and US Marshals come in and start putting congcritters in cuffs and have them do the “Perp Walk” like they do in NYC!!! OMG!!!

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        • antiqueiron says:

          Exactly BNR! That’s why I have been saying that the rules no longer apply. If the enemy can get away with ignoring the law, or subverting it to their own illegal ends, then all bets are off. Trump can & should use every means available to defeat the enemy. We are living in a (hopefully temporary) post Constitutional country. If anyone here can show me a way President Trump can effectively use the DoJ (normal channels) to defeat the deep state (within the next year,) I would be jumping for joy to hear it. And don’t say AG Barr. He BFF’s with Mueller. What could go wrong there?! (s)

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        • Pale rider says:

          Barr is good for attorney General? I’m seeing he is another swamp critter? Please no!

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          • Ned Zeppelin says:

            Why do I have this feeling that Barr coming in and Rosenstein leaving is not a good thing, like a tag team at a professional wrestling match. “Rod, you go on now, I got this one covered.”

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          • shirley49 says:

            I have heard rumblings, which I have not been able to verify, that he is a friend of Mueller and his family. Have to do some research but I hope not.

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    • Skeeball says:

      Good question. I’d like to ask the same attorney if a lawsuit can be filed against Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan for fraud. Something like a class-action lawsuit for anyone that donated to their 2016 roll-over.

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    • Here’s your mirror: 😩

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    • Ned Zeppelin says:

      The great lesson here: there is no duty to prosecute. You cannot be tried or convicted for a failure to prosecute. There is no penalty. No one will bring the charges. In our ordinary experience, crimes are prosecuted, event and consequence, cause and effect, the inexorable pace of the hand moving on a clock. Not so when you move up into the much bigger picture, where the power wielded by (essentially) amoral criminals causes normal values to be warped, distorted and the true state of affairs revealed. These people literally can do whatever they want, without fear of consequences since the decision to prosecute is essentially discretionary and therefore can be controlled politically. No rule of law once you leave the environs of the common folk.

      But Bob Dylan told us this before.

      https://www.bobdylan.com/songs/lonesome-death-hattie-carroll/

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  2. Uncompliant says:

    wow, it’s like they have been reading CTH !! grin That was nice. Thanks, SD for posting this.

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  3. thedoc00 says:

    I respectfully disagree with the title of this article. It should read, when are the Republican voters going to realize the officials we elected were part of the cabal.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Part???? I think they are more than “part”

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    • mike says:

      Not all of them! Why lump every Republican into the same ball of wax? Devin Nunes and Jim Jordan are a few members of the freedom caucus who stood up and stood tall. Let’s not down the people who are fighting for us and justice against incredible odds.

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    • Buck says:

      Sadly, the two political parties are the lowly “useful idiots” in this grand theatrical production along with We The People.

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  4. starfcker says:

    Pretty hard not to get rolled when that’s your goal in everything you do. Republicans have been envious of Democrats since Clinton’s third way became the Democratic Party. It opened the door to corruption and using the poor to funnel tax money to big business. Is there a better model for self-enrichment? The Republicans are just slimy lawyers looking to get rich by doing the bidding of whoever pays best for a few years in Congress. Until that changes, nothing will change. Prosecute the corruption Mr. President.

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  5. alliwantissometruth says:

    Well, I wouldn’t say the Republicans got rolled, I’d say the UniParty RINO’s undercut and stopped the few actual patriots trying to expose the grotesque corruption and usurpation of our government

    But yeah, there was nowhere near the aggression and push back needed to fight properly

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  6. listingstarboard says:

    Cleta for AG!!!

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    • For the time being, I’m an Okie, and Cleta made me a happy Okie camper. Of course, we are a very conservative state.

      I have been full guns behind Senator Jim Inhoff. He loves his state and his people like Trump loves America and its people. I also have a copy of his book, THE GREATEST HOAX…about the global warming/climate change scam.

      Go Cleta. You would be a better choice than William Barr.

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      • Risa says:

        Thank you, fellow Okie here, also!
        I have to admit, I was very upset with both Inhofe and Langford when they helped deny President Trump the ability to make recess appointments.

        I also found a list of donors for Lankford and saw Koch brothers on there. They are open border supporters so I wonder if Lankford is also open border and mass immigration.

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        • Matthew LeBlanc says:

          Lankford not on board MAGA train

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        • angellestaria6674 says:

          I forgot about the Senate’s pro forma thing. That wasn’t so good, I admit. I’ve been with Inhoff on a lot of other things though.

          Lankford did sign onto the SECURE act a little over a year ago, and act which included some provisions from the BRIDGE act which secured DACA recipients from being deported. I am no DACA supporter. And the BRIDGE act was Dick Durbin’s bill, so that is suspect in itself because Durbin is a full blown prog. Lankford also signed on with Tillis and Hatch for the SUCCEED act which required Dreams to earn or maintain their dreamer status through employment, education (such as vo-tech) or serving in the military.

          If we are force to accept the Dreamer thing, than provisions like stated above should be enforced. But so many slip off and never show up for processing or check-ups.

          I don’t know if Lankford is open borders or not, but I admit, anything the Koch brothers sign on to is suspect in my eyes. I can’t see them donating to anybody who is for borders, walls and full-blown national security.

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      • Michael Todaro says:

        Fly Old Glory at the courthouse !

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    • Franklin says:

      It makes you wonder why the President isn’t talking to people like her.

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  7. doohmax says:

    I wish Lou’s producers would please tell him through his earpiece to please Shut Up! when his guests are about to make an explanation to a question which he asks. He asks the question and then he interrupts the guest to studder and stammer and try to answer his own question. Tucker Carlson is the only show host who takes the time to listen to his guests. Hannity is almost as bad as Lou Dobbs.

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    • i think hannity is worse but his isnt as aggravating as lous because lou does all the stuttering and stammering lmao

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    • Carrie says:

      Hannity is way worse. Besides, Lou has mentioned CTH several times (he’s on here apparently regularly) and he asks the right questions. Too few out there are doing that.

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      • mike says:

        I agree with you Carrie. Lou was really good on this I thought. Hannity makes me so mad I start screaming at him to shut the f up and then turn him off. In order to do what these people do you must have to be totally in love with the sound of your own voice and yourself. I think it’s called narcissism. I used to laugh when Hannity and others referred to Obama as a narcissist (he was the worst one I can think of) when they are the same.

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      • Iamcat says:

        I love Lou Dobbs and don’t care what he does. He is a treasure.

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    • I agree. Right when I want to hear what someone is about to say he starts bloviating. I just can’t watch him anymore. Same with Hannity. Don’t these people have producers?

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      • the worst part about it is hannity never interrupts to add insightful comments to the conversation, his interrupts almost always involve him cutting off the guest so that he can recite off the welfare statistics for the 200th time or some other similar common knowledge waste of time

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        • lemmus1 says:

          True enough, I’ve dropped Hannity for that very reason. However, in all fairness, it was Hannity’s constant recitation of those stats that made them ‘common knowledge’ in the first place …imnsho.

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    • DonL says:

      I agree. Great man, great mind, serious flaws as a host…almost as bad as that Elizabeth McDonald in answering their own questions for the guests…leaving them only with a “don’t you agree?”.

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  8. i wanted to strangle lou for embracing his inner hannity at 3:45 in the video

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  9. CNY3 says:

    It will take America YEARS to clean the slime off our country left by the corrupt FBI and DOJ.

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  10. CNN_sucks says:

    Paul Ryan turns out to be a traitor. What a dissappointment.

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  11. kinthenorthwest says:

    Thank you Sundance.
    just discussing that it kind of strange that the Bushes, Obamas & Clintons are AWOL lately.
    Various rumors are going around as to where(most of rumors are saying they are in areas that thy cannot be extradited from.)
    One comment I found interesting and one I have thought about myself was that all the Trump crap was only to put more and more time between the Obama/Clinton administrative scandals.
    Already we have heard how Mueller has destroyed pertinent evidence against Mueller, Obama, Clinton and others.

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    • tucker7518 says:

      Mueller’s job was to cover up all Obama’s spying, and plotting to get Hillary. Remember, Obama told Comey, Clapper, Brennan and Susan Rice that they did everything by the book Lying Susie Rice even e-mailed herself that message.

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      • “most of rumors are saying they are in areas that thy cannot be extradited from”

        And who exactly is going to extradite them? The Barr DOJ?

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      • Just Beachy says:

        If you normally do everything “by the book,” then why have a meeting to discuss specifically how you are for sure doing it by the book. And then need to send yourself a reminder? These are people that never do it by the book, but needed to get their stories straight.

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  12. Abster says:

    This is all so depressing. It’s hard to believe this is America.

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    • TreeperInTraining says:

      Fear not, Abster.

      This has been America for a long time. I, and many like me, assume Kennedy was taken out by a similar team of cabalists….and that’s just one example of the criminality of an unchecked, oversized, gluttonous and too revered government.

      Fortunately, because of Trump, many are now “woke”.

      It’s a step in the right direction. Imho

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    • quintrillion says:

      From 10 trillion in debt to 20 trillion in debt in 8 years and absolutely NOTHING to show for it but massive corruption and corporate & government control freaks.
      Thank God for President Trump and hard working Americans that never give up.

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    • Risa says:

      It’s not the America I used to believe I was living in. I was so naive.

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    • Zorro says:

      DC is to corruption what Disneyland is to fantasy.

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  13. mnmvr says:

    If anyone in GOP House cared about Ryan’s obstruction they would have spoken up. They could have ousted him. All the garbage GOP kept him in place as their fall guy so they could feign concern and line pockets all at the same time. WE are the ones who got rolled in multiple elections. It is no secret and certainly no surprise that Ryan obstructed any investigation- and was probably in on it.
    Recall his pre 2016 petulant affirmative statements ‘Donald Trump will never be President’
    If they cared about this craven corruption even an iota more than lining own pockets- they would have- could have-should have ousted Ryan. Instead they vote in a Ryan redux as minority leader. McCarthy same as Ryan- less open and bold perhaps- but same as Ryan. The so called ‘conservative caucus’ rolled over.. $$$ uber ales.

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    • rf121 says:

      More are bought off than are not so they make the rules and set the direction. Freedom Caucus is allowed to yap when in the majority to make it seem like the majority is listening. Now the repub house is the minority they get to talk big and brave for the next two years. We saw what they did when they had the power. We know what they really are about.

      It would take Civil War II to really fix but I doubt the will is there. We have gotten too soft by design.

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      • Right to reply says:

        Amen!

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      • “Civil war” never benefits the people. The American “civil war” gave us the behemoth of YUGE feral government that we have now. State’s rights were destroyed, and yep, Americans were taxed to finance said demise. Just like they are now… and an even greater level of totalitarian feudalism has been created.

        It would take a Revolutionary Reckoning to fix this nation…

        One like President Donald J. Trump will bring to the table, this year.

        Yep. I have an incredible seat on the Train riding shotgun and I’m not getting off until the job is done. Apparently, I am in a dwindling number of believers though… oh well. I can deal.

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        • Conservativeinny says:

          Many are with you. It is a silent majority still. Some folks are still working on their battered conservative syndrome and of course there are many more trolls these days

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        • Former lurker says:

          Maybe it’s going to take about a year of Dems gone Wild combined with the exposure of Deep State corruption against a backdrop of economic prosperity to give the President the Mandate he needs to set things right.

          Perhaps it’s like with a junkie or alcoholic, we have to collectively hit bottom before we start getting better.

          If PDJT guides us through this without violence, he’ll make Gandhi look like a piker.

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        • antiqueiron says:

          As a Civil War historian I can tell you that you are spot on. We have one year to fix this. The swamp must be drained before the 2020 election. If that doesn’t happen, there will be no second term. If Trump would only cut the head off the snake, we’d be surprised at how fast the other, lesser swampers would get their minds right…before they get mopped up in the aftermath. We can win this thing, but Trump must get a lot tougher & less about making deals. You cannot deal with the swamp, only kill it, or it will kill you.

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    • jackphatz says:

      Now we know the real reason there were so many Republican Reps leaving this term. They had a good thing going for themselves under Boehner & Ryan. These people who left had nothing to offer.

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  14. G3 says:

    Great interview, Lou!

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  15. soaplady says:

    Many seem to forget that leadership in both chambers is chosen by colleagues….those with consciences and principles must vote NO when necessary—-yet they will not,. This applies to both chambers. Mitch should have been ousted yrs ago—yet every time, he is returned to leadership. This is the fault of every single senator–every single one of them

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  16. Coast says:

    Well, at least the good news is that Paul Ryan has the title of “Most Ineffective Speaker Ever”.

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    • David Vicknair says:

      Ineffective in achieving whose goal(s)? I think that behind the scenes, in the smokey backrooms where the country is run, Ryan is being welcomed with open arms as “Thou good and faithful servant” only it isn’t Jesus uttering those words.

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  17. Bullseye says:

    Paul Ryan staying in office after announcing retirement is no different than Rosy aloud to stay on now. Same motives to continue the cover up and protect the black hats…fookin criminals

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  18. amwick says:

    Speaking of getting rolled

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  19. Craig D says:

    And remember, Trump had Rience Priebus (Paul Ryans closest advisor) as his (Trump’s) Chief of Staff. With all this corruption around him (Trump), how he has managed to survive is utterly amazing.

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  20. Ruckus Tom says:

    It’s official. We’re a banana republic.

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  21. angellestaria6674 says:

    Am I missing something, or is our great POTUS getting rolled about William Barr?

    I’m going to give Trump the benefit of the doubt that perhaps he didn’t previously know that William Barr had such a high opinion of Robert Muller.

    So on one hand, POTUS has tweeted much about this being a witch hunt. And I have to agree with him as do many others.

    On the other hand, he has picked a man who has a high opinion of Mueller, and it seems is close family friends with the Muellers, or at least the wives are…..to be his AG. We need new boiling blood and a clear, concise mentality of what the mission is at the DOJ. First, clean it up. Second, get on to the business of Justice. Period.

    I don’t know how one holds a high opinion of Robert Mueller and not have at least some swamp water in their political boat. At this point, Barr’s credentials and past remarks matter not a jot or tittle to me. Others I talk to say the same thing and are seriously rolling their eyes.

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    • jackphatz says:

      That’s why I asked if Trump picked Barr or was he not given a choice.

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      • angellestaria6674 says:

        I can’t see Trump letting himself get backed into a corner and made to pick a certain person. It’s not his mojo.

        Which still makes me wonder if he just didn’t know Barr’s position and thought about Mueller. I’d love to see Trump rescind the selection and go with somebody completely independent of past swamp connections. He needs to pick somebody that will be like a black mamba snake; fierce, attacking, vicious and aggressive…in the face of all the corruption and subterfuge.

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        • Jenevive says:

          Maybe the President chose him so if he does end the
          investigation or reign in Muller then the Dems can;t say
          it is partisan if Barr is BFF with Muller. You can be friends
          with someone and not agree with things that they do.
          If he recuses then we have our answer.

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          • angellestaria6674 says:

            There are too many maybes at this time…and I don’t trust one of them. Barr has a swamp history. I’m thinking, does a leopard change its spots. I think not.

            Barr is not going to end Mueller’s investigation. I am willing to put my head under the French guillotine on this one.

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        • Sugarhillhardrock says:

          Angelle,
          Given what we have now learned, this selection baffles many of us.
          I have a vague memory of the person with Bush 1. I know nothing more than that he is a high priced, apparently very capable, professional.

          When POTUS chose, it looked shrewd in terms of experience and getting through confirmation. That ain’t even close to good enough. Justice is corrupt, as is FBI, not a little, but a lot. This pick either restores it, and our rule of law, or the time will have come for other citizens to Gilets Jaunes.

          I want to give PDJT the largest credit for his guidance and balls.
          He could not know people 2 years ago, but now he does. Barr does not strike me as cleansing or transformative.

          We are watching PDJT’s people create obstacles. He needs less of that, not more, especially at justice, the ring leading agency inside of which the Coup was hatched.

          Remember, Treepers the coup was aimed at DJT, then President elect DJT, then PDJT.

          It was also aimed at 63 million of us.

          We permit a rug sweep of that, and this republic is done.

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        • jackphatz says:

          Me too! There is that possibility he was unable to find anyone of his liking who would take on this challenge though.

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          • angellestaria6674 says:

            And what a shame that it would be that he couldn’t find anybody better.

            But there are people, people who are absolute contrary to all dem and rino thought that are available.

            Devin Nunes, Jim Jordan, others. Heck, even Mark Levin. I know it will be said that we need them in their place in Congress…but…BUT…we need a person of that kind of caliber in the DOJ even more than in Congress…because if we get an AG of that caliber, then that person will work with Congress. It really is a simply math equation of 1 +1 = 2.

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      • Firefly says:

        Lindsey Graham a while back said he would guide PTrump in picking an AG who could get confirmed. It looks like they did a sales job on president Trump with the Bar memos. This is all Lindsey Graham. Barr comes in after Mueller delivers the report. So that alleviates some of the conflict issues. If the final report doesn’t have much on Trump the a lot of the conflict is moot.

        It still looks sleezy in the 11 th hour announcing Barr is close friends with Mueller for 20 years. Now Lindsey Graham is hurry hurry with the confirmation process.

        Whatever happens it’s Lindsey Graham leading this. From just an appearances perspective this is very bad. The memo Barr wrote is bizarre in light of the close mueller friendship.

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    • tucker7518 says:

      But Barr wrote an article criticizing the Mueller investigation.

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      • angellestaria6674 says:

        I know it, but at this point don’t trust it. It is not past any of these people to say and present right sounding things, but still be part of the swamp.

        So for him, what is it?

        High opinion of Mueller, or critical of Mueller. I don’t like double-speak.

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      • angellestaria6674 says:

        Just not buyin’ it…at least not yet. Lots of people here and in my practical everyday orb feel the same way.

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    • Yes Angel, Barr has been a deep state fixer ever since HW Bush trained him up at CIA. Barr cut his teeth covering up Iran-Contra and he’s been busy ever since. I think Barr’s protest of Mueller was a deception to get Trump to favor Barr as Sessions’ replacement. We will find out soon enough, but to me it appears a seamless handoff is being made from Rosy to Barr. Jackphatz below raises a good question. They are all laughing at us right now.

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      • angellestaria6674 says:

        Exactly my thought. I’ve been keeping up with this story and it just didn’t add up.

        These people will do ANYTHING to get a foothold of position and power to be able to influence or derail Trump, including “seemingly” making an argument against Mueller. I say he can’t have it both ways. There is more swamp history with Barr than I could ever be comfortable with or have confidence in Barr.

        Well Lindsey Graham let the cat out of the bag. And that in itself, that is, Lindsey speaking in behalf of Barr, seems to me to indicate that Lindsey Graham 2.0 is prolly not a genuine 2.0, but more like a decepticon to use SD’s word.

        Thanks and peace.

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        • Sugarhillhardrock says:

          Angelle,
          Your assessment is where I am on this Barr selection.

          Were I on the Judiciary committee, I would be probing very assiduously, and if Barr made my BS meter spike, as a Senator, I’d be on the phone to Chief of Staff right quick with a heads up.

          No more less than loyal picks. Justice gets Augean Stable treatment, or else.

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          • angellestaria6674 says:

            Oh my gosh, what a great reference to the Augean Stables…clear out these filthy stalls of you know how much horse….s…t! Thank you for this reference!

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Do perhaps Barr should have to recuse himself from the Mueller investigation. Just sayin’…
      LOL

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  22. kinthenorthwest says:

    Kind of a good place for this–I’m only just throwing it out there o) (might have been posted before but oh my)
    America really did have a Manchurian Candidate in the White House
    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/jul/1/us-really-did-have-manchurian-candidate-white-hous/

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    • angellestaria6674 says:

      …”points to the diabolical depths the Obama administration went to in order to undermine our national strength and way of life.”……….from the WT article you linked to……….says a lot and is true. The word diabolical stands out to me above all else.

      Consider these points:

      1. He came virtually out of nowhere without having any serious political acumen or accomplishments. Zero. Zilch. Nada.

      2. His previous reputation was anything but what we consider normally good, healthy and moral.

      3. He gets a Nobel Peace prize for having done nothing at the time.

      Okay, I could go on and on.

      But have you considered this:

      The resistance and prog machine are setting up the apparatus and political spectrum, a very large spectrum covering a large base of constituents with the hopes of bringing Trump down in any one of a thousand ways…..they may fail for now…..but don’t you know that there is a high probability that the money moguls, media powers and deep state operatives already have another “special chosen person” in mind to build up and push like they did BHO? I can’t see that not happening under wraps already. Could it be a Beto? He hasn’t done anything either, but that didn’t matter 10 years ago and it doesn’t matter to the progs today. Or it could be somebody we’ve not heard much about?

      Remember, overall, the dems and progs calculate and plan far more successfully and far more ahead of the time than do the Reps.

      And here is a factor that I think will heavily influence their current and future playbook.

      Ruth. Bader. Ginsburg.

      They can’t stand the thought of Trump being able to pick a 3rd Justice and get it passed in the Senate, thus leaning the court heavily towards the right. I think we should not underestimate how significant this issue is in their planning.

      These are just some of my thoughts, as always, just opinion. Nothing more, nothing less, nothing else.

      Have a great night and today tomorrow all Treepers!

      Peace

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        I could too…
        Ginsberg will probably not make it to the summer, she is already missing work.

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        • angellestaria6674 says:

          They are going to pull out all the stops on this one.

          1. Gorsuch simply replaced Scalia (as if Scalia could ever really be replaced)

          2.Kavanaugh replaced Kennedy, thus leaning the Court a little more right…(cuz you still never know about Roberts)

          3.Whoever replaces Ginsburg will be the big to weight the Court more heavily with conservative thought in rulings.

          If we think the Kavanaugh thing was bad…just wait until something happens to Ginsburg while Trump is in office. The Senate Reps will just have to let the Dems scream and holler, throw temper tantrums and then just push the vote through.

          Everything I’ve read about Amy Barrett is good, unless I’ve missed something. It would be harder for the Dems to rail against a woman like they did Kavanaugh. But I’m wondering is she will want to put her family and friends in the frying pan that will surely be set on the hottest burner in town.

          We’ll see.

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          • Sugarhillhardrock says:

            It might not be Barrett. There are other choices, for these times.

            Were I PDJT, I’d have staff on this many months ago, finding out everything on a half dozen or so prime contenders. I will bet he has done exactly that.

            Barrett appears to be a phenomenal possibility, but not the only one, not by a long shot.

            The Kavanaugh hearing disaster helped POTUS in November.

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            • angellestaria6674 says:

              Your thought is good. I like Amy Barrett. But like you, I have to think Trump has investigative team players on top of this scouring the whole realm of every good possibility. He had an original long list of great possibilities.

              And yes, the dems blow-out against Kavanaugh definitely helped Trump.

              I just don’t want him to get stone-walled into the thinking that he needs to nominate a rather moderate….Kennedy proves my point. No! Absolutely not!

              We need absolute, consistent conservative thought and past rulings by anybody Trump nominates.

              Thanks for your good input here!

              Peace

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          • I know about Roberts; so should you. He confirmed it himself, recently, when he tried to write in a published editorial, and speaking to Trump directly (like a disapproving parent…like Obama himself) “there are no Obama judges or Trump judges”. Anybody who believed that, who doesn’t see Roberts for what he is, is not trying to think straight. He is an Obama-class liar, before the American people, which is a high crime in my view.

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      • Zorro says:

        The Demosocialists were successful with the “empty canvass” model getting Obama elected. Beto fits that profile.

        I think the Demosocialists spent a lot of ammo on the fraud they pulled with Kavanaugh. I hope that makes a Buzzi Ginsberg replacement confirmation easier.

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        • angellestaria6674 says:

          Correct on point #1.

          That’s why I mentioned Beto. Empty suit and has the charisma to blind the average sheeple so they can’t discern that about him.

          I share your hope about point #2, but that one’s a toss up. RBG did note how that 96 voted for her and it wasn’t a big fight. It would be nice for her to bring that up, but she may be too far gone to get into that now.

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      • Adorable deplorable says:

        The Democrats and the Republicans both plan together. Remember good cop and bad cop. That is how we get played.

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        • angellestaria6674 says:

          You said it.

          The dems keep on conniving and successfully striving to upset the balance of truth and justice while most of the Reps just want to keep their power sothat they go along with the shell game. And it hurts this nation…all of us…to no end!

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      • lemmus1 says:

        You are ignoring the simple fact that an RBG replacement by Trump won’t matter if a Dem is elected in ’20 and we lose the Senate as well. He could simply nominate two or more additional leftists to the SCOTUS. The Constitution absolutely leaves the number of justices to the President’s discretion.

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        • angellestaria6674 says:

          Actually I am not ignoring that fact.

          Even if Trump gets zeroed out in 2020 and we lose the Senate, which is no sure thing as of now…….if the Supreme Court is heavily weighted to the right and conservative thought, it could very well be a bastion of resistance to all the lawsuits of the dems and progs in years to come.

          If you are talking about the dems loading the Court with more than 9 justices, you are talking about a rebellion of the likes not seen in this nation for a long time. Thanks to new media, people are more aware about all these possibilities.

          Forgive me, but I and others here at the CTH have thought this process out. We are not ignorant of all the varying factors and possibilities.

          If Trump gets another conservative justice confirmed, then no matter the loss of the Executive Branch and the Senate, the Court will be loaded with conservative bear for a long time. And don’t forget that Stephen Bryer is 80 years old.

          Many of us here at the CTH do realize the possibility of Trump losing to democratic cheating and fraud…so the thing is, do what can be done here and now and leave the future to God rather than all our vain posturing about such things.

          Peace

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          • lemmus1 says:

            They WILL load the court. Talk about rebellion all you want, it won’t stop them. There is zero chance that with the House, Senate, and Presidency in their hands and the all too recent threat from Trump in their minds, that they would allow a 9 seat SCOTUS to impede their agenda.

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            • angellestaria6674 says:

              They may do that.

              I don’t know.
              You don’t know.
              Nobody knows yet.

              I have commented several times yesterday saying that these people, the liberal, socialist, bitterly angry progs will stop at nothing to cut Trump off at the knees.

              But for now, we have to work with what we have, do what we can do and leave the rest in God’s hands. The book of Daniel gives us a most powerful example and witness of the Absolute Sovereignty of God that, at His choosing of time and will, intervenes and overrules the affairs and agenda of mortality whenever He so pleases.

              I do not rest my heart, hope and trust in mere mortal breath, even though I have to live with it and deal with it in every day practical life.

              I pray for Trump, but I trust in that greater and higher power, wisdom and knowlege of the most high God.

              Without that, all is lost and damned forever.

              Peace

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        • angellestaria6674 says:

          Follow up.

          Though I disagree with you thinking I am ignoring…the RBG thing…

          I gave you a like because as I’ve read your comments here at the CTH…I do believe you to be a heart and mind of critical thinking and good, honest intent.

          Sometimes we just don’t perceive the full intention and understanding of what one of our fellow conservatives is saying. Hey, been there and done that myself. Guilty as charged. LOL

          We may quibble a little about a point here and there, but really, we are on the same page.

          You and I and many here have the same heart, mind of understanding and intent of love for our nation, rule of law, justice, freedom and liberty for all.

          That is the bottom line for me in the association and communication with each other here in this conservative tree house and last refuge.

          I do absolutely appreciate your input.

          Blessings and peace to you and yours…

          We’re all going to need it in days, months and years to come.

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      • antiqueiron says:

        Good post. When Obama first burst on the scene, I owned an IT company. I smelled a rat, brought in two guys (white hats) to do nothing but scour the globe for info & give Obama a 0 and 1 enema. The info they found was unbelievable. I was very skeptical to say the least. They never found a trace of his (by then) scrubbed records though. Way too long to go into here, but suffice to say, take the worst of what you know right now about Obama & multiply it by 1000 times. Murder, drugs, pedophilia, weird chanting & rituals, strange hangers-on, minders, handlers, expediters, muslims all over the place, you name it. And who “discovered” Obama in the first place? None other than two people you all know. Former CIA boss John Brennan & the late Zbigniew Brzezinski.

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        • Tparty says:

          I don’t think there is any doubt that Obama was a creation of the cia. Beto could have been the next O, but …. he lost. Not even the swamp could get a totally unk elected.

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        • angellestaria6674 says:

          I can second that.

          Like Sundance does heavy research here, I did that for BHO before he got elected. I did what would basically be called a human behavior profile. It wasn’t just his actions, but also his demeanor, character traits, speech mechanisms, all that stuff. Took me quite awhile. I blogged it in several places in 2008-2009 including old MySpace when it was good.

          What really sealed it for me was that an Israeli behavior profiling expert did the same thing about the time I was doing mine. Our bottom conclusion was exactly the same. I had never met the Israeli. Wished I could have. We had no connection or joint research. Just amazing.

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  23. technerd55 says:

    It is becoming increasingly clear that there are too many GOPe operatives involved in this corruption scandal for it ever to be exposed. Nobody in DC wants this pursued or resolved. They may have fancied themselves to be Patriots by trying to spare the country from a Trump presidency, but all they have done is expose how corrupt the democrats are and how lazy the Republicans were not to have done anything about it. I’ll be suspicious of anything the government does for the rest of my life.

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  24. Landslide says:

    Cleta Mitchell—-I could listen to her all day. Have not heard of her, but am going to YouTube now to see if I can find more of her interviews. 👍🏻🇺🇸👍🏻🇺🇸

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    • Landslide says:

      Ok. You can tell I don’t watch much TV! Lol! Anyway, here is another great segment of Cleta talking about the Mueller with hunt. Guess Barr needs to listen up.😏

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      • angellestaria6674 says:

        Hey, not watching a lot of tv is not a bad thing. .I have not owned or had a tv in my house since 1994. (I love the freedom from all the obnoxious noise) I get all I need online. I can pick and choose what I want and don’t want to hear and don’t get forced-fed MSM empty calories. I stay more informed than anybody here in my orb that watches a lot of tv.

        Peace

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        • zorrorides says:

          Angelle, I remember local OK news back when you had a TV, and Cleta D was the hot lawyer/politician featured at 6 and 9. She and I are still young and good-looking too.

          Cleta girl, you go get ’em. I can see clearly now.

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          • angellestaria6674 says:

            There are people thinking….Hey POTUS, have you looked Cleta’s way lately. She would be a great new dynamic in the justice/lack of justice system!

            I’m laughing while typing this…and kidding…are you listening to:

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            • zorrorides says:

              Angelle, Trump and KellyAnne haven’t written to confirm, but this is our plan to win 2020: VSG POTUS and his base will agree on a platform of a few planks; House and Senate candidates have the option to support this platform. The President will support the primary candidate who’s for the people’s platform.

              Some of the planks are: 1, Complete The WALL immediately; 2, No Amnesty Ever; 3, Prosecute and End All Election Fraud; 4, …Your Plank Here. We can support the primaries ourselves, without the RNC. Here’s the theme song, “2020”.

              I can see clearly now, the Dimms are gone
              I see all the RINOs knocked out of our way
              Gone are the fake lies that had me blind
              It’s gonna be a bright, bright, bright sun-shiny day

              MAGA

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              • angellestaria6674 says:

                Great comment.

                Ah….I knew somebody was going to adapt some words from this song like you did. When I listened to that, I thought, wow, this really fits!

                Good planks. To add mine as a 4th, so many, but maybe I would make #4 as a tag into #3 and called it #3b…that would be e-verify, which of course would help end election fraud. #2 would help in that regard also, as does #1. I would have to throw in defunding PP.

                Have a great Friday and weekend. Gonna rain all weekend here. Oh well…

                Peace

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    • Firefly says:

      I looked at some of hers. She is a very straight forward person who knows what’s what.
      Here’s an interesting interview on Hillary campaign finance issues. It’s all in public records yet nothing being done.

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  25. taxpayer here says:

    It was a joyous feeling knowing rosie is on his way out but then you learn the possible new AG is extremely close with mueller. Why can’t there be people WITHOUT ties to the swamp rats being considered? Why?

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  26. SteveC says:

    I loved it, but it has been obvious from the beginning since Ryan was part of the Gang of Eight and could always look at the same data that Nunes was looking at. When he didn’t look into it and come out in support of Nunes it was obvious.
    I still believe that it wasn’t just candidate Trump that who was initially investigated/surveilled, and that should bother all the other candidates.

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  27. Zorro says:

    Did anyone listen to Mark Levin today? He said he doesn’t have proof but believes Mueller SC and the Demosocialist Party are in contact. I guess that shouldn’t shock me but somehow it did.

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  28. Latina says:

    Paul Ryan the Marxist Trash, resigned because he is guilty of framing Trump.

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  29. Chuck Stephens says:

    That’s why Rosenstein is leaving, his work is done…

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  30. Latina says:

    Analyzing everything I know so far, the corruption dates back to decades ago. Clapper and Brennan were involved in the *false intelligence without proof* about WMD in IRAQ.
    Now they are involved in *false intelligence without proof* about Russian collusions.
    It seems to be their “classified methods”, to make up finding and avoid having them go thought proper Intelligence channels to have the info verified.
    They avoid intelligence and instead use political appointees to decide what’s intelligence evidence and what’s not.

    Too many years of corruption is what they are hiding. I think all swampees are involved. Notice how Bush came out of hiding to attack Trump.

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  31. Latina says:

    Somebody said, that Trump can’t declassify because that would expose sources and methods and the result would be catastrophic (for the swampees) Basically EVERY single person who were investigated (or even convicted) by the exposed methods and sources would have to be dismissed. Even terrorists would have legal grounds to have their charges/accusations dismissed.
    If Muller, RR, Comey were exposed then it would open up a lot of past cases and those people would all sue the Gov and demand case dropped. Including Pedophiles, child traffickers, hackers etc.

    I thing Dan Bongino said that.

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    • Latina says:

      What I remember is that, if the sources and methods were exposed, and crooks realize they were set up by spies and the accusation was framed, then they can claim they were also set up like Trump and demand case to dropped. Something like that. It was months ago when I heard that.
      From terrorists, to child abusers, ID thieves and many criminals. This could go back decades.
      My life is boring, I know nothing about crooks and criminal laws, the worse thing I’ve done was get a speeding ticked, I can tell you how that works, but anything more than that. I have no experience and I know zero about it.

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    • Bob Teal says:

      Trump could just tweet out one of Sundance’s irrefutable FISA corruption pieces. It’s simply pathetic he doesn’t act. He doesn’t even talk about it.
      Either trump’s a coward or we’re not getting the whole story.

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      • Co says:

        Are you really calling President Trump a coward and pathetic? Cue the sound bite from yesterday. “What would you do John, Would you sign all these bills”? “Good thing you are not President”!!

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      • Zippy says:

        “or we’re not getting the whole story”

        Considering who he surrounded himself with, I don’t think PDJT is getting the whole story. I doubt he’s read Dan Bongino’s book and he most certainly doesn’t read here. He’s a busy guy, so someone would have to give him a condensed version of this VERY complex matter and I seriously doubt anyone has or WILL. Why?

        Because if what happened were properly exposed and investigated and the perps properly punished it would be revealed -OFFICIALLY- and not just through dot-connecting in a book like Dan’s just how incredibly corrupt the system is. There might be challenges to former convictions, but I think they’re primarily interested in simply saving their own asses perhaps rationalizing about the need to do so because of those potential challenges.

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  32. truthbomb says:

    Someone mentioned that the indictment of Natalia Veselnitskaya ensures she never comes back to testify which is good for the conspirators, no? All thanks to Mueller.

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  33. Bob Teal says:

    Friendly reminder that the buck stops in the Oval Office.
    Whether Trump is too scared to go after them or Trump is on their side- the results are the same. We are, once again, on our own.

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  34. SPOT ON !!–>ALL this CRIMINALLITY rests squarely with former president B. Obama….PERIOD.
    ~I disagree with Lou Dobbs stating the Republicans got Rolled. The DECEPTICONS are Co-Conspirators in the HOAX.~
    WHY–>As Sundance has stated before, “There are…Hundreds of Billions of Dollars….To be Made & Protect.”

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  35. Johnny Bravo says:

    Of the desperate scum buckets at the DOJ etc…

    “O‘mmamas their god and they think he’s infallible” way to go Cleta

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  36. Gary Lacey says:

    Yessirree, The (Honorable?) Jeff Sessions will go down as the biggest dupe in Republican history for recusing himself.

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  37. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    Look at Barr’s connections. He is just another swamp dweller.

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  38. Trump is the only Legitimate thing in our Federal government right now which is sad. We aren’t much different than Columbia or Mexico as I see it.

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    • amwick says:

      That is how I feel, but, maybe a couple people in Congress? Steve Scalise??? Howz bout Devin Nunes and Matt Geatz, or Jim Jordan?
      And we really haven’t thought about SCOTUS… hmmmm 🤔🤔🤔

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      • Okay a few here and there. Of the few out of tens of thousands of congressional staff, bureaucrats, and private interests in the swamp, has to be like 0.5% is good maybe? 95% of DC did vote for HRC. That is hard to do in Russia or 3rd world south America.

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  39. Co says:

    I am wondering where the information originated about Barr came from other then Miss Lindsey. Look at the stir it is causing in TCTH and other conservative sites.. If Barr and Mueller are BFF’s then he would have to recuse himself? One conversation between Barr and Mueller and he’d have to recuse even if its “hows the investigation going” Just offering another side of maybe there are “those” who want Trump supporter’s to bash Barr. President Trump is so smart and he has learned the game. Our lion is no fool. I can not believe he would appoint another “recused” AG. IMHO

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  40. southernmom19 says:

    We desperately need a second party in this country.

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  41. Bulldog84 says:

    Ryan is a snake. When Mitt Romney runs again (and he will), remember that he picked Ryan to run with him in 2012.

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  42. HJR27 says:

    If the “people” Dobbs is referring to admitting that the Muller affair was a complete ruse are dems, rhinos and Trump haters, the simple answer to his question is, never.

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  43. covfefe999 says:

    SHUT UP LOU!!! Please let your guests complete their thoughts! Several times he cut Mitchell off to go back to his material that he repeats in just about every show, and I wanted to hear what she had to say!

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  44. sDee says:

    Republicans got rolled? They are complicit. This all runs far deeper, wider and longer than just donkey-elephant games. Globalism is the threat and the GOPe is part of it. It is the latest scheme of world governance, and has been driving both parties for 50+ years.

    Putting the entire Obama administration in prison would hardly even be a distraction in the globalists’ plans to dismantle the Republic. Globalism and the GOP role in it, has to be severely damaged and exposed before the American people turn against their own Parties. This is what Donald Trump ran on.

    We cannot let the likes of Lou Dobbs distract us from the GOP’s role in this. Should President Trump continue to be successful in dismantling the Globalists sources of wealth exfiltration, our grandchildren HAVE A CHANCE to live as freemen. The rest will then, be up to us.

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    • I missed Dobbs yesterday, I’m sorry to say. But I can assure you Dobbs knows all of what you write. I expect he was limiting the point, that one time, just for the benefit of Republican voters who can only think in terms of their own — their party’s own — self-interest. (So basically he was telling clueless Republican voters — who keep electing the same faithful party demons — “you got rolled”.) He rants against “Chamber of Commerce”, “Wall Street” (versus “Main Street”, which includes us), and the “global order” agenda all the time. He knows, and speaks out.

      And Dobbs hates the lack of focus, on the underlying truth, of most TV talking heads; so he breaks in on his guests when he sees them letting off the greater villains, or missing the fundamental crime entirely, as they wax “wonky” on traditional political themes, as if the system is working, when in fact it is not, it is utterly broken under these “leaders”.

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  45. At some point we have to ask ourselves how important is it to President Trump to prosecute bad actors from past administrations for crimes? Since he said himself he was not interested in it at his inauguration, why do we get upset if he’s “our guy” and nothing seems to be happening? President Trump has shone so much light on corruption, and been so effective in thwarting COC rino initiatives, that many bad actors both in law enforcement and Congress have resigned. Isn’t that progress? I would like to see some high-level politicians be prosecuted, but President Trump doesn’t seem interested in making it a priority, at least at this point in time. Why? Probably because he believes that it would be counterproductive and he should be spending his political capital elsewhere.

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    • antiqueiron says:

      It’s not about holding the previous administration accountable, it’s about defeating the deep state. The crimes involved are not limited to past Presidents, they are ongoing. Do you not understand there is a real thing called the Deep State, sometimes called the Swamp. It is a cabal of hundreds of elected & unelected US officials and other outside people, including foreign interests, that are in control of our government, & have been for a very long time. They actually installed an ineligible foreign person (Obama) as President. The biggest crime in US history.

      They have manipulated our elections for years & now have even more control. If they are not dealt with very soon, Trump has little chance of being re-elected. So you see, the problem is much larger than you suggest. If the deep state is not destroyed in the next year, the country is pretty much toast. Permanently. If they can beat Trump, they will have an iron hold on America & it will not be business as usual. Everything Trump accomplished will be reversed soon after his term ends & we will as a country descend into the darkness. So yes, Obama, the Clintons, Brennan, Val-Jar, Rice, Clapper, Ryan, Holder, Yates, Boehner, Pelosi, Schumer, Soros, Power, Sunstein, and many others must be brought to justice, or have justice brought to them.

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      • Didn’t you read my post? (1) I said I would like to see past bad actors prosecuted and (2) progress has been made in cleaning the swamp (a fact you are TOTALLY OBLIVIOUS TO) because many rinos were not returned to office and deep state actors in the FBI and DOJ have either resigned or been fired. You misrepresented my post as if I said let bygones be bygones.

        On the other hand, to anyone who is paying attention, President Trump has acted as if the whole spectacle of the deep state is a giant PIA and distraction but not something he is willing to spend a lot of time on. Has President Trump gotten involved with the deep state tar baby by actively engaging it, or by giving it a loud brushoff and then turning to the things that are more important to him?

        Sometimes I think the President is thankful for Jeff Sessions because he did not have to spend his valuable time and political capital on other things besides trade deals, tax reform, regulatory reform, border security, reducing our international security footprint. I think the President was fearful that were he to have prosecuted DS criminals deserving of prosecution early in his first term the DS would have fomented a civil war to keep their pampered *sses out of jail, and thereby totally thwarting his administration’s agenda.

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        • antiqueiron says:

          There has been zero progress draining the swamp. That is the fact that many are oblivious to. The swamp \ deep state is every bit as strong as it ever was. A few low level DoJ functionaries resigning or being fired is NOT draining the swamp. Name ONE significant deep state operative that has been prosecuted. The fact (as you pointed out) that Trump has acted as though the deep state is nothing more than a PIA, & is not worthy of spending time on, IS THE PROBLEM! Nothing should be more important to him than crushing the deep state because without that, as we have seen for the past two years, his agenda is going nowhere, & he won’t win a second term. Tax cuts & trade deals are meaningless without killing the deep state FIRST. All his accomplishments will be reversed as soon as he leaves office, if he leaves a viable deep state behind. MAGA cannot co-exist with a deep state.

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  46. Luminary says:

    being honest I don’t think Trump is really focused on the justice department, FBI and its corruption right now. he just needs someone to hold down the fort while he works on fulfilling his campaign promises. China, Syria/Middle East, border security, manufacturing and trading issues are all more important. after those are achieved, he will look at lower priority (for him) issues. he also has the trump cards in terms of being able to expose the corruption, publicly, at any time. he could even give an oval office address while doing so. as a result personally I’m not really worried about any of this. Mueller has nothing and the people behind Mueller who put him forward have nothing.

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  47. I tell people all the time. Trump is not a Republican. He’s a Third Way (or a Second Way if you regard the red/blue as being a Uniparty). Lose a Flake gain a Romney. And how did anther Cheney get a commanding role? Trump supported Dems as often as Repubs. He’s a businessman not an ideologue. Mostly he’s all alone with no cavalry in sight.

    The Republicans didn’t get rolled. They got hijacked by an Economic Populist insurgent and political realities have forced them into a more covert anti-Trump role. The RINO passive aggression is off-the-charts. Hidden daggers plunge deeper.

    Want a twitter storm? Read to the daily battering Italy’s Salvini is giving Banker Boy Macron. You gotta love the French, ‘armed’ with yellow vests without a Second Amendment hammock in sight. Let’s see if they can bring the banking system to its knees with a run on Saturday. The PTB are so scared Macron is right now trying to make their protests illegal. Social lock-down is on the march. The Chinese are annihilating their Muslims and a poster of Xi must accompany all images of Christ on the walls of state-registered churches.

    There’s the Uniparty, the Caruso-Island-Called-Trump and the Deplorables who never morphed into Yellow Vests, choosing instead to form Youtube channels and Q-armies whose common theme is to sit in Internet chairs and await a Gordian knot of rotating attorneys and mystery military folks to sort things out. What would Patrick Henry say? Let’s time-machine his blog. I have a contrary theory. Americans are very passive as a whole, especially Conservatives who good traditional parenting tends to make them look towards authority to sort things out.

    This country is mediacized into a stupor. Gil Scott Heron said the revolution will not be televised. That probably counts for Youtube too. Trump could have used all that dissipated typing energy propelled onto the street. The crowning irony of Trumpism is that it may yet cause the toppling of banking totalitarianism better known as the EU.

    Trump’s spirit and guts deserve the Yellow jackets. I want to differentiate SD from all the Internet repeater sites who parrot his themes usually without attribution. The analysis up here is seminal and indispensable. But there are mountains of redundant chaff. Less Youtube production values, more stompjng feet.

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