Here We Go – Impeachment Chairman Jerry Nadler Sends Demand Letter to AAG Matt Whitaker…

The House Judiciary Committee is the lead committee on the constitutional process to evoke articles of impeachment.  Jerry Nadler is the committee Chairman.  Speaker Pelosi previously created specific rules for the House in a well planned construct to empower three committee heads (Cummings, Schiff and Nadler) toward a narrow path.

Oversight Chairman Elijah Cummings is leading off on Thursday February 7th, 2019, with testimony from Trump’s former legal counsel Michael Cohen.  It should be noted Mr. Cohen is being represented at the committee hearing by DNC operative Lanny Davis. However, Mr. Lanny Davis is not being paid by Mr. Cohen; he is being paid by democrat groups supporting the ‘resistance’ strategy.

The very next day, Friday February 8th, Nadler has scheduled the DOJ to appear for his first round approach in the legislative trident.   This is all being done by a well-crafted design.  Toward that end, today Chairman Jerry Nadler sends an anticipatory demand letter (full pdf below) to Acting AG Matthew Whitaker telling him the committee will not respect any claims of executive privilege between the DOJ and the White House.

Washington, D.C. –Today, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) sent a letter to Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker outlining a list of prepared questions concerning communications between the Mr. Whitaker and President Trump in advance of the February 8th House Judiciary Committee hearing.

In the letter, Chairman Nadler makes clear that the Committee expects direct answers to their questions, and “will not accept your declining to answer any question on the theory that the President may want to invoke his privileges in the future.” The prepared questions cover issues related to Mr. Whitaker’s appointment by President Trump to replace Jeff Sessions following his firing, Mr. Whitaker’s decision not to recuse himself from the Special Counsel investigation, and his oversight over the Special Counsel investigation, and the nature of his relationship with the President. (press release)

The attack angle from the three-headed Cerberus (Cummings, Schiff and Nadler) becomes more clear as we review the demand questions from Nadler:

  • President Trump fired former Attorney General Jeff Sessions November 7, 2018.  On or before that date, did you have any communication with any White House official, including but not limited to President Trump, about the possibility of your appointment as Acting Attorney General?  If so, when and with whom?  Did any of those communications discuss the possibility of your recusal from oversight of the Special Counsel’s investigation?
  • You announced your decision not to recuse yourself from the Special Counsel’s investigation on December 19, 2018.  Did you consult with the White House about that decision, before or after it was announced?  If so, with whom?
  • My understanding is that you consulted with a four-person team of advisors for guidance on the question of your recusal.  Who are these four individuals?  Did any of them consult with the White House about your decision not recuse yourself from the Special Counsel’s investigation?
  • Have you ever received a briefing on the status of the Special Counsel’s investigation?  If so, have you communicated any information you learned in that briefing to any White House official, including but not limited to President Trump, or any member of President Trump’s private legal team?
  • It has been reported that President Trump “lashed out” at you on at least two occasions: after Michael Cohen pleaded guilty on November 29, 2018, and after federal prosecutors identified President Trump as “Individual 1” in a court filing on December 8, 2018.[1]
    • Did President Trump contact you after Michael Cohen pleaded guilty?  What did he say?  Did you take any action as a result of that conversation?
    • Did President Trump contact you after he was identified as “Individual 1” in documents related to the criminal sentencing of Michael Cohen?  What did he say?  Did you take any action as a result of that conversation?
    • In any of these conversations, did President Trump express concern, anger, or similar frustration with the actions of the Office of the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York?
    • In any of these conversations, did President Trump discuss the possibility of firing or reassigning certain personnel who work for the Office of the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York?
    • In any of these conversations, did the President discuss the recusal of Geoffrey Berman, the current U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, from the Michael Cohen case and other matters related to the work of the Special Counsel?
  • Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions tasked John Huber, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Utah, with reviewing a wide range of issues related to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.  Have you ever received a briefing on the status of Mr. Huber’s work?  If so, have you communicated any information you learned in such a briefing to any White House official, including but not limited to President Trump, or any member of President Trump’s private legal team?
  • On January 17, 2018, BuzzFeed News reported that federal prosecutors have evidence, in the form of witness interviews and internal communications, suggesting that President Trump had directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress.  On January 18, the Special Counsel issued a rare statement describing some aspects of the BuzzFeed story as inaccurate.  Did you have any communication with the White House about the BuzzFeed report or the decision of the Special Counsel’s office to issue its subsequent statement?  If so, with whom?  What was discussed?

Here’s the full pdf:

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It is clear Pelosi’s three-headed beast is planning to use the manufactured media reports to achieve their sequential objective.

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395 Responses to Here We Go – Impeachment Chairman Jerry Nadler Sends Demand Letter to AAG Matt Whitaker…

  1. Further to the upcoming Freak Show in the House, check out the Grand Inquisitors who will be presiding. The ignorant guttersnipe Sandy Cortez and three Communist, Islamo-Fascist, Anti-Semites masquerading as representatives of the American People. This is about as sickening as it gets.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6621571/Alexandria-Ocasio-Cortez-win-spot-House-Oversight-Committee.html

    Liked by 8 people

  2. lawton says:

    lol I doubt Whitaker even testifies to Congress while the acting AG since Barr is about to take over and they can take it up with the Supreme Court on executive privilege.

    Liked by 15 people

    • H.R. says:

      Hmmm… interesting thought there, lawton. If the Supreme court isn’t totally sold out and will not take impeachment-related cases on an expedited basis, the impeachment proceedings could be delayed until 2025 as various issues get tied up in the courts.

      Challenge every move by the Democrats in the courts.

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      • Latina says:

        It depends which side he is on. We know RINOs side with Democrats therefore comply with them, and do nothing to help Trump. Democrats stall, never comply and could care less. We will find out who he is.

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      • mike says:

        Air America needs flights to Gitmo…

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        • Harvey Lipschitz says:

          Air Pelosis. Free Fifth for passengers instead of miniatures.

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        • Hunter says:

          True that….but what America really needs is 10,000 copies of “Henry Bowman’s persona”…on a mission to restore the Republic, by whatever means necessary.*

          *…methinks, they’re “out and about” already…all across this nation and they’re merely waiting for the “background noise” to get LOUD ENOUGH…to cover their tracks…

          …hope springs eternal…Dio Vindice!!!!!!!!!!

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      • James Carpenter says:

        That’s what Uncle Saul would do. Turn-about IS fair play today.

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    • tucker7518 says:

      Why should he? He should just blow them off like Rosenstein did.

      Liked by 1 person

      • beachbum31 says:

        one HAS to answer… for example… dear Gerald, GFY

        Liked by 1 person

      • Marv Moskwa says:

        Q
        !CbboFOtcZs
        31 Jul 2018 – 11:28:47 AM
        FINALLY.
        Public DOMAIN.

        [RR] exonerated Manafort FOR THE SAME CHARGES (8) years ago.
        >
        https://www.politico.com/story/2018/04/03/mueller-paul-manafort-probe-rosenstein-approves-497701
        Can you locate the orig court docs?
        [RR][RR][RR]
        [RR][RR]
        [RR]
        Q

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        • TPW says:

          This interview exemplifies how raunchy all these media people are. Laughing it up when a mans life has been ruined and now trying to get the President. Sedition is swirling in plain site all around them but somehow they are giddy at the thought of RR having to testify. By the way all things point to him having to justify charging Manafort when he was exonerated for the same charges…..if the court lets RR back out because of some BS reason then guilt or innocence matters not to our corrupt court system. Our government is hostile to our constitution and bill of rights…..it needs to be done away with and new system put in place…

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          • RLTW says:

            If the US military put Khalid Sheik Mohammed in solitary confinement for 23 hours every day at Gitmo, the ACLU,SPLC, CAIR, ICC and UN Human Rights Council would immediately file suit for crimes against humanity and torture. The left and the islamists would riot. Our legal system would acquiesce. These groups would prevail. They already have. KSM has his beard, soccer field, TV, laptop, etc.

            Yet Manafort languishes in solitary confinement. He is being tortured.

            But who is Manafort? Just a white American, heterosexual Christian in his 70s who is in solitary confinement 23 hours per day. And we American Christians do nothing to help. We let him rot in his cell persecuted by a communist scumbag named Mueller who is committing felony leaks of Grand Jury information on an almost daily basis.

            Nary a Christian finger has been lifted to assist Mr. Manafort. We Christians vastly outnumber these anti-American communist/Islamic groups here in the USA and across the globe. But today’s Christian never pushes back not to mention FIGHTING BACK.

            What if Christians banded together like the left? What if 100s of millions of Christians boycotted corporations who supported gay marriage, gender fluidity, abortion, illegal aliens, etc. We have the numbers to put major corporations out of business within days. We Christians could change the political topography overnight. Why won’t the church and clergy organize us and assert Christian values?

            Well because:

            Our churches and our clergy were bought off by Bush’s Faith Based Initiative. The church and clergy couldn’t sale their flock down the river fast enough to get access to that money. The church and clergy have made billions off of busing tens of thousands of illegal aliens and military-aged muslim males into every conservative Christian neighborhood in every state in our Country. The Bushes, Clintons and Obama are all in the same club. Don’t let Bush’s Texas accent fool you.

            But what does your church and clergy tell you? “We mustn’t deny these poor pilgrims access to our Country. That’s not who we Christians are.” Bullshit. The church wants those billions in taxpayer money and cares nothing for the flock. We have a Marxist Pope for God’s sake. Jim Jones-style Marxism has thoroughly infiltrated and rotted Christian leadership from within.

            Young people are pragmatic if only instinctually. They will naturally choose the strong horse because they desire a successful future. Imagine what would happen to a couple of sexual deviants who went into a muslim bakery and demanded that the muslims bake a cake for a blasphemous sexual deviant wedding?

            The sexual deviants would find their heads on pikes in front of the muslim bakery. The muslims would then fight the authorities to the death on a suicide mission because they truly believe in their god and their prophet. NOBODY plays these PC games with the muslim. I’ll give this much to the muslim; he has the courage of his convictions.

            Young people see this dichotomy. Young people desperately want to be part of a belief system that fights for its ideals, fights for it’s own flock and can reasonably assure a safe and secure future for the flock. Modern Christianity not only fails in all of these aspects but deliberately betrays these principles for the sake of money and power. And we wonder why young Americans have lost interest in being Christian. I don’t blame them one damn bit!

            A radical reformation of Christianity is long past due. Wake up. FIGHT!

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    • humaweiner says:

      I would send my response back to Nadler in a box of Preparation H.

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  3. Ken says:

    Time to declassify documents, Mr. President.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Trump Train says:

      Trump is treating his nuclear bomb like a trophy on the shelf. Is anyone going to fight off this sewage?

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      • SalixVeridi says:

        I must admit to being very frustrated watching the despicable conduct of so called Democrats and their screaming cohorts. Sick of it. The cork needs to be put back into the ‘resistance’ bottle. Please, Mr. President, I am not sure when the time is ‘right’ but the American people who trust and follow you need to some heads roll. Do it!

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        • Daniel says:

          The general public shares your frustration. Growing numbers of US Americans are also seeing this. My absolute tipping point was seeing Comey detail what Hillary did (made the case for her arrest and prosecution) and then did the opposite of what the facts required. THAT told me everything I needed to know.

          Liked by 3 people

        • mariner says:

          Never mind the cork–blow up the bottle.

          I have no idea what our VSG President Trump is doing, but I believe that’s his goal and intent.

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      • Q&A says:

        PDJT knows you can only detonate a bomb once. He’s going to choose wisely.

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    • franuche says:

      President Trump could have signed letters from all the swamp creatures explicitly detailing treasonous plans of a violent coupe, and still nothing would happen to them.

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    • Daniel says:

      That is an “end game” move. It can only be done once and can only be successful if he is planning to ensure the guilty parties are indicted, arrested, tried, convicted and imprisoned on an expedited basis. Think about it. You cannot simply do this and not take action. And if the action is “public” is the sense that it’s just another series of public hearings and speeches, then NO ONE goes to prison though most will resign or the like.

      What is the result you are wanting to see?

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  4. kronbergweb says:

    The Deep State and the Democrats have gone into full insurrection mode. The time has come for Trump to call for the militia to stand up, tell the FBI et. al. that they shall not infiltrate the militia on pain of immediate termination, tell the Deep State it is on, and start immediate terminations and denial of access to gov’t computers; the Supreme Court must be told to stay out of it unless they want ot be removed and tried by military tribune.

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  5. The “demand” letter (and that it is harshly demanding is the first clue to its illegality) treats the firing of Sessions as a proven crime, and that is confirmed by its prejudgment that “we won’t accept” any silly notions of executve privilege.

    The Trump administration, especially his DOJ, should not deal softly with this prjudiced trash. Whitaker should just write back, “Your letter prejudges the President, who acted completely within his constitutional powers and does not constitute any part of honest oversight. Who oversees the overseers, in this case the latter being your obvious attempt at a congressional kangaroo court. You should be ashamed to call yourselves an oversight committee, and this administration and its DOJ in particular will not participate, and thereby abet, in your political abuse of your congressional powers and responsibilities.”

    Something like that. Get real with them, Mr. President.

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    • chzheadproud67 says:

      agree with you x1000….Why should one even bother with the dems trying to “criminalize” a fully constitutional act on the part of the president?? They want to pull BS charges out of thin air and to I would hope that the adults in the gov’t won’t play their game. Can you imagine the outrage if this was the Repubs and the president was Obummer???

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      • sat0422 says:

        The Dems need to get busy with taking care of the American people and that includes appropriating $$$$$$$$ to build the wall and reinforce all agencies that deal with immigration. How stupid….I do think a 5th grader would come to the same conclusion.

        We have an election less than two years away….again, stupid is as stupid does. I hope snow flakes and uber liberals are paying attention to how those who want to be run by a socialists or dictator for of government act.

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        • TPW says:

          Pay attention? you are kidding right?…..These people are truly sick…..literally sick…..it will take major action on the part of DOJ who needs to put a boot on the neck of these people who are perpetuating and fueling their sickness. You could hog tie these people to a chair and make them view facts and supporting evidence of PT being set up and it still wouldn’t set their minds straight. They are going to have to be threatened with legal action …..not to change their minds but to change their actions.

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    • James Carpenter says:

      Used to be, you’d say something like, “Call a spade a spade”. Now what expression is socially correct?
      PC really crimps the “ists” and “phobes” these days!

      Liked by 1 person

  6. Dems can scream, holler, accuse, lie, testify, and subpoena like the fools they are. Just don’t resort to violence against our President.

    Liked by 2 people

    • mugzey302 says:

      ….again. Which is what the anarchists had planned while they jetted off to Brussels to meet with the cabal, fully expecting to be in power on the return flight. That witch should be in an orange jumpsuit ~ sedition!

      Liked by 1 person

  7. ForGodandCountry says:

    Disgusting and contemptible. Grevious to my very soul.

    It SEVERELY tests my obedience to the Lord’s commandment in Luke 6:27-36.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Sloth1963 says:

    There ought to be clowns…

    Liked by 2 people

    • Daniel says:

      Read it. It’s ridiculously heavy on the religion and so much so that it dilutes the politics and strategy details. It’s a very difficult read. Advice: put a executive summary at the top, then go into all of your details. Trying to pull out anything objective or useful from it is pretty difficult.

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  9. I.M. says:

    The worst of it is, like Sundance has laid out, is that we can all see EXACTLY how and when it’s all going to play out. The House WILL introduce and pass articles of impeachment. It’s a given. The charges will likely be about obstruction of justice w.r.t. the Mueller investigation, but they may even throw in a Russia collusion charge.

    The important thing to the Democrats is to time the impeachment for maximum political damage to Trump’s reelection campaign..That to me suggests a late 2019 or early 2020 impeachment, with the Senate trial dragging into at least the spring of 2020, so that the Democratic presidential field and the media can beat on it and beat on it and beat on it. It also forces Trump & his team to divert attention away from reelection and to beating the impeachment trial. By summer the trial is over with the more likely outcome being acquittal (even the Senate R’s, Decepticons that they are, will be highly skittish about removing a sitting president going into reelection for such obvious ginned-up charges) and a damaged Trump. He can probably still win reelection, but having “IMPEACHED” stamped on him at every turn all summer & fall will not help one bit.

    OR. And knowing that McConnell is no friend of Trump, I wouldn’t entirely bet against this.. conviction and removal. Trump’s out, Pence is in, and Pence lacks the time & resources to organize an effective sudden presidential campaign. The Ds win back the WH in 2020 easily, then, and McConnell and the rest of the Decepticon R caucus gets to go back to, “But if only we had the House and the White House we could do this for you,” which is their very favourite lie to sell on the election trail come 2022. It would probably even cost the Rs the Senate, as the Trump base would be furious and refuse to vote R en masse, but I’m not sure the Decepticons care. They sure didn’t care about holding the House, or doing very much to help America for the years they held both the House & Senate. Filthy liars and con artists.

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    • Ospreyzone says:

      The time to stand draws near.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      IM,
      As impeachment is a political act, and Mulehead’s report may largely absolve PDJT, the enemy will have a difficult hand to play.

      POTUS has information, in all likelihood, that could be used by Barr to decapitate the Denemy. There are House members who will be exposed and then indicted for felonies.

      This is not going to play out the way the Demeny envisions.

      If the enemy uses Constitutional apparatus for an illegitimate goal, it could trigger a reaction by patriots to protect the republic and the Constitution. The left would not like that outcome. Most of their revered institutions would be neutralized.

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      • mariner says:

        I believe and fervently hope you’re right.

        This It’s not the end game–it’s still the middle game.

        When PDJT transitions to the end game we’ll all know it.

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      • I.M. says:

        I don’t think Mueller will exonerate the president. I think he will say, in weasel words, lawyer language, etc., is that he cannot prove that the president directly engaged in any collusive activities with Russian actors to influence the 2016 election. And then he’ll layer that weak-sauce non-exoneration with tons of “But this adviser did this and that adviser did that and this meeting took place and this was discussed and this is all so highly troublesome” and so on and so on, so that the central point – no proof of collusion – is lost in the noise of the felonies against Flynn, Cohen, etc. Even saying “no proof” isn’t a true exoneration, because it leaves wide open the attack line of “Just because Mueller couldn’t prove it doesn’t mean it didn’t happen!” and that’ll be enough for the Democrats.As you say, impeachment is political, not legal. They only need a fig leaf, and they’ll find it.

        As for indicting House members, bah. Don’t make me laugh. Where are the perp walks for anyone in DOJ / FBI that started all this mess? Where are the perp walks for Hillary and her crooked crew? Nowhere to be seen. There won’t be some mass indictment of crooked House Dems. The Swamp won’t allow it. I don’t think Barr would go there either.

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      • TPW says:

        What I don’t understand is the key corruptocrats on both sides understand and know the evidence that the President is holding onto. Why are they still pooking the bear (lion) instead of cutting a deal. Do they not fear how the citizens will react? Do they not fear legal consequences? Maybe Sundance has a better understanding and can explain. It is like they are forcing even daring PT to put up. Are they so confident that there is NO ONE who will make them pay?

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        • Jederman says:

          I’ve been wondering that too for months. These fine “public servant” has no fear of the citizens BTW. They may have some fear of potential legal consequences but sure can keep a straight face.

          It’s not just “corruptocrats on both sides,” it’s Mueller, Brennan, Clapper, the FISA court, possible Roberts, Fusion… . Maybe they think it’s too big to jail, as in 100s in congress and the Fed gvt. I wish I knew. It could be they feel untouchable because the trail leads to the obama WH and they think nobody can touch him, for some reason. Race wars or something.

          Whatever, I say lets get it on. Time to end this. Let the cards fall where they may.

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    • Dutchman says:

      No battle plan survives first contact with the enemy.
      I agree with your concise summary of the Dem plan, and I agree with Sundances reiterated position that “THIS is what they do; 24/7/365 they PLAN and carry out their plans.”

      The thing is, history shows they are TERRIBLE at it, BECAUSE they are Fanatics!
      Fanatacism consists of redoubling your effort, while forgetting your aim.

      1968 Chicage riots guaranteed the election of Richard Nixon. The riots were well organised, but served the opposite of their intended purpose.
      The Occupy protests were VERY well organised, but accomplish NONE of their stated goals.
      This ‘plan’ of the Dems/Uniparty is ALREADY falling apart, and they are calling audibles. Ultimately it will lead to Rino face of Uniparty revealing its true nature, for everyone to see. Its only ‘value’ is in its stealth nature; once revealed it loses influence. I doubt the lay of the battlefield will be encouraging to such a move, by the time we get there.
      Gotta go get some more popcorn, this is just too much fun!

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      • TPW says:

        I wish someone would ask the sickies…especially the media sickies….how is that PT has benefited from being President and what actions and policies do they think are directly benefiting he and Putins relationship.and what is their best assessment of PT’s endgame. There is no logical answer but it would be fun to watch them try.

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      • Jederman says:

        I’ve always viewed the Occupy stuff, Ferguson, BLM nonsense etc etc as training events.

        Probably OFA related America haters teaching the peeps how to organize, deceive, evade, and orchestrate for the MSM… developing their rosters contact and comms plans (they were reported to be using relatively sophisticated hard to trace comms) and identifying talent and potential leaders etc etc. You know, the usual insurgency related activities.

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    • Beverly says:

      #WAR.

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    • Muthaucker says:

      Impeachment will let loose the dogs of war. Democrats go there at their peril.

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  10. Sunny D says:

    I would just draw a big middle finger on the paper and submit that as my answers and refuse to show up. If he does show up say I am invoking executive privelage and just keep saying it over and over again

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    • mariner says:

      “Separation of Powers” should be the mantra.

      Constitutionally Congress has no power over the Executive, regardless of all their bleating and bloviating.

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  11. mike says:

    Dear Jerry:
    I am busy with capital investigations of Chinese, Islamacist and communist agents that have penetrated our government structure. Your personal concerns and conflicts of interest are also noted. FOAD.
    Matt

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    • Tuduri says:

      How about, “Dear Jerry, we are in the process of investigating Chinese Intelligence penetration into Senator Fienstein’s office and of Pakistani intelligence penetration into
      Debbie Blabbermouth’s office and are too busy to deal with your partisan abuse of congressional oversight.”

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  12. emeraldcoaster says:

    Only Whittaker will do because subject deals with one-on-one conversations with the POTUS? “Sorry, Jerry. POTUS invokes Executive Privilege. Anything else?”

    Liked by 1 person

  13. MIKE says:

    Never forget Mitchypoo and Paul Ryno made this whole scenario possible.
    I recommend we ditch the ingrained R= good and better than D= bad (R vs. D is to good vs. evil) mindset we have cultivated for many decades. Republicans may be even worse because of their undercover covert ops against us and the President, IMO.
    At least with those Demon rats, what you see is what you get.

    To the core issue I think Whittaker doesn’t have to show up or say one word or even acknowledge the impotent little Nadless. What fool would subject himself to answering DISCOVERY questions before any charges are brought against said fool? Acting AG Matt has constitutional rights just like you, me, any citizen. You want me to answer your questions? Fine. Levy the charges, make your case and I’ll see you in court. Otherwise, go swallow razor blades.
    Whittaker knows this. The fact that he is allowing this act in the play to go onstage makes me think he’s just another fetid swamp critter marionette.
    Ristvan maybe you could explain if I’m off base on my legal view.

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  14. RobInPA says:

    “Nuts!”

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Josey Wales says:

    Tell Nadler to ‘ Blow it out his *SS ‘ the same way Rosenstein gave the Finger to the Republican Congress. No Executive Privilege ? How about nothing ?

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  16. Bluecaper says:

    Let’s assume that ABC reporter Jonathan Karl is accurate about the final Mueller report being a relative nothingburger. Nonetheless, the House Dems will seemlessly shift to a mixture of new and reformulated attacks. Remember that former Feinstein staffer Daniel Jones was given 50 million dollars to hire Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele to continue the black ops that the Clinton Campaign began in 2016. I’m guessing that there’s a new (fact-free) dossier filled with these allegations.

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  17. Johnny Bravo says:

    Oh ooh, it’s all falling apart,

    Liked by 1 person

    • Johnny Bravo says:

      Tampering with witnesses 😂 hold my beer I think I’m about to have a duck 🦆 fit 😆

      It’s a bit Rich when comparing PDT to Won Ton Wi-Fi in the Kavanaugh made up non-felony, felony!!

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    • beachbum31 says:

      delay delay delay til 2020… the new game by Hasbro!

      is this why I saw Cohen parading around with his arm in a sling and a shiner last week? Or was that a fake newser? Too funny if he is going the stormy parking lot story.

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    • TPW says:

      So the Presidents threats have an expiration date allowing Cohen to testify at a later time?

      Liked by 1 person

  18. Harvey Lipschitz says:

    They threw a wrench into Cohen coming to testify to House.

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  19. Californian7 says:

    They really cited the Buzzfeed report in their filing – just that fact shows you how thin their case is…

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  20. John P Greene says:

    How about “Mr. Chairman, I do not recall…” 234 times!

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  21. Jack Rail says:

    Dear Jerrykins:

    FU.

    With love, Donald.

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  22. Scott says:

    I am sorry but answers to these questions could interfere with the Mueller investigation.

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  23. NC Patriot says:

    They DO follow Q. Why do you think Q gets all the “bad press”? If it was giving false information—-people would not have the edge of panic about them. And would not try so hard to discredit, They wouldn’t give a LARP a second glance.

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  24. Joan Calhoun says:

    It doesn’t matter. He will not lose support from the people that voted for him.

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