Trey Gowdy Discusses Adam Schiff and The Vast Russian Conspiracy…

Former representative Trey Gowdy appears with Maria Bartiromo to discuss the evolution of Adam Schiff’s vast Russian conspiracy narrative amid a pending Mueller report.

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The second part of the interview is below:

Fox didn’t release the second part of the interview but you can watch below at 31:30 [Prompted, just hit play]

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157 Responses to Trey Gowdy Discusses Adam Schiff and The Vast Russian Conspiracy…

  1. boogywstew says:

    Adam “Schiff For Brains” Schiff

    Liked by 18 people

  2. Chip Doctor says:

    Never, ever, ever, ever trust Trey Gowdy. A real snake in the grass. Total swamp.

    Liked by 25 people

    • Trumpstumper says:

      Bawk bawk cluck and squawk.
      ‘Ol Roosterhead

      Liked by 12 people

      • As a man thinkth says:

        Don’t forget the dems did collude with millions of illegal Latinos voters and millions of illegal DACAs to subvert our elections….not to mention the millions of dollars in drug money donated to their cause in keeping the sanctuaries open and free from ICE/DEA interference….This crime is to big for the FBI to wrap their head around…so just call it “lack of candor, with a cherry on top”

        Liked by 14 people

    • vikingmom says:

      Agreed!! Trey loved to talk tough on the Sunday morning circuit but folded like a cheap suit whenever he was actually in charge of any investigations!!

      Liked by 26 people

      • Austin Holdout says:

        Not to mention how lousy this “highly experienced former prosecutor” was at eliciting information during congressional hearings. If I didn’t know better, I’d think he preferred that certain facts remained hidden by the witnesses he questioned in Congress.

        Liked by 3 people

    • Pa Hermit says:

      Bingo! Howdy Gowdy’s duty in Congress was to protect the swamp at all costs. Graham is/was/will be a Never Trumper!

      Liked by 8 people

    • merrly says:

      so true! He screamed about consequences from Benghazi for years, and…nothing, He is employed to be a stall tactic, nothing more.

      Liked by 17 people

    • Skippy says:

      I don’t agree and here was a perfect example as why I don’t. Solid reasoning.

      Where is Part 2 btw?

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    • oldumb says:

      What was he supposed to do?

      He was a congressman not a DOJ employee. I think the facts were brought out, by him and others. Congress cannot arrest or indict.

      Liked by 6 people

      • starfcker says:

        Remember this. Everybody else on TV this week got the memo. Purple ties are so last year. Somehow, Trey Gowdy didn’t get that memo. Want to know whether you can trust somebody in February 2019? There’s a clue flashing right in your eyes.

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      • montanadi says:

        Congress can make criminal referrals and Gowdy never did. In addition despite having seen unredacted documents and hearing classified testimony Gowdy continued to support the fraudulent Mueller probe.

        Liked by 8 people

      • jx says:

        Congress could have appointed a special counsel that operates outside of the DOJ to investigate DOJ corruption. This was done during the Teapot Dome investigation. Instead the asked the DOJ to investigate themselves.

        Liked by 6 people

      • TPW says:

        Obviously you did not see him fold (extremely obvious) on his final questioning of Hillary Clinton. There was something going on there…..he was told to take it to a point but don’t cross that line…….like a star football player throwing a game to win money.

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        • CM-TX says:

          In Gowdy’s defense, it was actually McConnell & Ryan– said to be ones who would ensure the Benghazi Investigation went nowhere. It was in the Clinton Camp Emails… they referred to it within a group discussion that followed someone’s testimony (celebrating how well it went).

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      • clairbee says:

        oldumb- thank you for pointing this out.

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      • Julian says:

        Except the facts weren’t brought out about Benghazi.

        That is a lie.

        What was going on in Benghazi anyway?

        The US was running guns and weapons to al-Qaeda in Libya with the likes of McCain & Miss Lindsay involved along with Secretary Clinton.

        Did you ever hear about that from Trey?!?!?

        NO. NOT A PEEP.

        A masterful coverup run by Trey to protect his Deep State corrupt buddies McCain & Graham (and others).

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        • Julian says:

          Sorry – I meant running guns and weapons from Libya to al-Qaeda in Syria.

          Yep – did Gowdy ever expose that criminality?!?!

          No – of course not.

          “Classified I bet”.

          Not good enough.

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      • thedoc00 says:

        They made ZERO effort to force the Obama DoJ to act, just bluster and sit therew hen Obama’s boys sit in their face with no consequences. They had the same access to Federal Courts as the democrats who are no blocking President Trump and filed not a single law suit asserting their right to get action. They did not put on a media blitz as have the democrats. They took no actions to impeach Holder, Comey nor any other Obama Cabinet member. They have turned a blind eye on 3 years of assault on Donald Trump by Obama DoJ/INTEL and Mueller. They did NOTHING and deserve even more than the scorn being dumped upon them.

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    • Patty in Porterville says:

      My personal description of Republicans is the Fine Whiners Club. They are experts at whining, but that’s all they do. The end product, to them, is to whine. In my opinion, that is why they hate President Trump so much. He doesn’t whine, he takes actions to fix problems.

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    • Linda K says:

      Yeah, but Trey wants to work for FOX, so he will show some skin.

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    • Marsha Frey says:

      I’ve never figured out Trey Gowdy — had great hopes at one time, but have come to realize he and several others who “professed outrage” actually did nothing concrete, rather they resigned. It’s my understanding any senator/congressmen – especially those leading committees in either House could ask the FBI for an investigation into outright crime/corruption – yet they did nothing. I believe that’s called “sins of omission”.

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  3. principled says:

    Accountability…

    Be still my heart….

    Liked by 6 people

  4. william elbel says:

    Democrats have been colluding with the Russians since the 1930s with their now well known Alger Hiss- it is a wonder to behold how on November 8, 2016 Hillary flipped a latch switch.

    Liked by 8 people

  5. Rock Knutne says:

    So just what does the CoC have on Trey Gowdy??

    Liked by 7 people

    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      Ol Trey left Congress ……..is leaving Congress, 4 million dollars richer and counting…..

      Chump change compared to Nancy and Diane……

      Liked by 12 people

      • L4grasshopper says:

        OK — I’ll bite.

        Where did the the $4 mil come from? Please specify, and tie it to his behavior in Congress.

        Liked by 5 people

        • dd_sc says:

          Most likely fake. A while back some people were trying to point out his net worth jumped from about $200,000 to $4 million. But it was bad accounting. The first number was just his salary as a member of the House; the $4 million includes his assets.

          $4 million net worth is about right for a House member and his high-powered lawyer wife.

          I have never seen proof that his bank account suddenly went from $200K to $4M.

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        • 🍺Gunny66 says:

          Hey…..I don’t know…..and that is the point……Unless I missed it….it has never been explained…..

          But I do know this…….Is he going to write a book? ……….It’s one way these creatures get paid off…….they or someone writes a book….they get millions of dollars in advance…..then the book doesn’t sell enoough copies to make a good fire.

          Communist Cortez……$10 million dollars from Netflix for her story……McCabe doing all the MSM shows hawking his book….Comey…….he got an advance…..Has anyone but Comey read his book?

          It is always about the money……always……..

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          • George Hicks says:

            Like the billions given to “green energy” companies that suddenly fail as payback for campaign contributions. Guess that’s why they call them green.

            Liked by 5 people

          • Will Hunt says:

            The $millions in advance for future Comey/McCabe, etc book sales is baffling – these books do not return sales anywhere near the volume needed to justify these $$$.

            Liked by 1 person

    • mimbler says:

      money

      Liked by 3 people

    • sickconservative says:

      Really being from NC so follow this it feels like some old southern political movers still control them.
      I have met a few of the old school at my business but most telling was at a wedding where the really stepfather of the bride and his friends in private after party nothing like a lot of expensive wine to get Lawyers talking.

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    • dd_sc says:

      More like what they can do for him I’d he plays ball. His job has been to run interference – chaff and counter measures. Now he had a good paying lawyer job and a gig at Fox.

      Liked by 3 people

  6. technerd55 says:

    Rooster Head is correct about Schitt never doing interviews that would contain any push back on his Russian delusions. The one time he did was with Tucker Carlson and the result was quite embarrassing for Schitt. Tucker made him look like an idiot and I don’t believe he has appeared on FNC since.

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    • clairbee says:

      Tucker made him say he has absolute proof of Trump’s collusion. Schiff nervously concocted something. It’s quite amusing. I like to re-watch it from time to time when I get down. Such a wuss.

      Liked by 2 people

  7. Bennie Sprouse says:

    Democrats actually colluded with a GREATER ENEMY of the USA in the last election and for many elections for many years – the MEDIA!

    Liked by 12 people

    • As a man thinkth says:

      Don’t forget the dems did collude with millions of illegal Latinos voters and millions of illegal DACAs to subvert our elections….not to mention the millions of dollars in drug money donated to their cause in keeping the sanctuaries open and free from ICE/DEA interference….This crime is to big for the FBI to wrap their head around…so just call it “lack of candor, with a cherry on top”

      Liked by 4 people

      • Kent says:

        …even the voter fraud wasn’t enough to get the hag elected…that’s what she can’t accept….the corruption is not yet completed…millions of us are ‘awake’….

        Liked by 4 people

      • Sherri Young says:

        I would like to know if some of that $10 million Beto’s campaign raised came from one or more of the cartels. It would make total sense. From the Project Veritas undercover video in Beto’s campaign headquarters, they received notifications when new groups of aliens were processing through. The campaign worker’s assumption was that they found out from a church that accepted illegal entrants who claimed to be seeking asylum. However, one of the campaign workers knew that the people involved would be approx 200 Hondurans coming in a caravan. I am not convinced that there wasn’t coordination with persons operating on the other side of the border. Now Beto says that he would like to get rid of our existing sections of wall. Hmmm.

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      • Patrick healy says:

        ‘As a man thinkith’ ; good point, but please bin your auto correct —- too, too, not to! But in fairness to (to) your good self you are but one of many on this admirable site who conflate ‘to’ with ‘too’.
        Hope you don’t mind and have a great day.

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    • dave casper says:

      Your right. I put satan as our #1 enemy, and media second. their both of the same spirit, damned liar’s. And then there’s Obama…..and…..and…….

      Liked by 3 people

  8. ALEX says:

    What was promoted in the video by Sundance is the key. Those of us following the limited transcript disclosures have also noticed the actors in this are not keeping their stories straight as this entire thing unravels…ever so slowly…

    Another example

    Liked by 8 people

    • BigTalkers says:

      Anyone seriously thinking the President’s newly appointed Cabinet would declare him somehow “incapacitated” was DELUSIONARY.

      But then, the entire “Trump-Russia” caper was just as Delusionary, yet most of its principals have somehow avoided legal jeopardy despite having kept WRITTEN RECORDS, haven’t they…?

      Liked by 3 people

    • covfefe999 says:

      Did McCabe go on The View?? lol

      It’s so clear to see that McCabe is scrambling to cover his butt. All of the reports coming out now that there was no collusion and yet these twits opened up formal investigations because they saw evidence that Trump was a Russian agent? Extremely poor judgment … or intent to carry out a coup. I go with the latter.

      Liked by 1 person

  9. grlangworth says:

    Mr. Schifft is disassociating himself from competency, step by step. I say, good for him.

    Liked by 3 people

  10. Hebo Sabe says:

    An Hegelian synthesis of true/false & fact/opinion are at play here. Confusion is the result.

    Liked by 2 people

    • SmurfetteX says:

      It’s called endless torturing of the people for fun & games. Gowdy is a neocon which by definition is a highly lobbied politician who plays both sides for profit.

      Liked by 4 people

  11. CNY3 says:

    Same schiff, different day.

    Liked by 13 people

  12. Firefly says:

    Try Gowdy sue has an affinity for purple ties.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Normally Quiet Observer says:

    I had great hopes for Gowdy in the beginning … then all of a sudden, he changed. Someone, somewhere, someway got to him and not only shut down his angry rhetoric, they forced him right out of Congress. THAT among so much else, needs to be looked into by someone with real TEETH!

    Liked by 7 people

  14. HBD says:

    Gowdy mentioned tribunals, Maria didn’t question further. Tribunals?

    Liked by 7 people

    • the5thranchhand says:

      Yes, heard that about tribunals. Makes your ears ‘perk up’ for sure, doesn’t it?

      Liked by 2 people

    • GB Bari says:

      Being a lawyer Gowdy may well have used that term in the generic sense – a court of justice; an arbitration board; committee, etc.

      Knowing his otherwise lack of bite, I don’t see this as a dogwhistle or code word.

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      • Daniel says:

        Google search “civilian tribunals” and tell us what you find. There doesn’t appear to be any such thing except as appeals to military tribunal rulings.

        Liked by 1 person

        • GB Bari says:

          From Merriam-Webster:

          tribunal noun
          tri·​bu·​nal | \ trī-ˈbyü-nᵊl , tri-\
          Definition of tribunal
          1 : a court or forum of justice
          2 : something that decides or determines
          the tribunal of public opinion
          3 : TRIBUNE entry 2

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        • GB Bari says:

          Using the term “tribunal” generically does not automatically connote “civilian.” It refers to an entity within government but is not limited to the military.

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      • OSP says:

        I wondered if that might be the case, GB, but that’s the first time I’ve ever heard the term used in that context, to my recollection.

        However, Merriam-Webster offers this:
        Definition of tribunal
        1 : a court or forum of justice
        2 : something that decides or determines

        So you could be correct.

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        • GB Bari says:

          Oops. I posted a reply to Daniel above that is exactly the same definition from the same source. Although my original source was far more detailed. “Tribunal” in Wikipedia goes into great detail and doesn’t mention “military” at all in the opening paragraphs.

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        • Daniel says:

          There’s a reason you haven’t heard it. Unusual speech and word choice is not something which should be ignored. Nor should the exchange between Kavanaugh and senator Graham. Words have meaning and context and flavor. The flavor of “tribunals” differs greatly from courts.

          And there’s a reason the word makes you a touch uncomfortable as well.

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    • Daniel says:

      Yes. To what sort of tribunals does he refer? Sundance is nothing if not amazingly detail oriented and observant. I have to wonder why he let that statement slip through without comment.

      Are there civilian courts tribunals? None that I’m aware of. I’ve googled the question and all I could come up with are some strange flash cards site.

      “A civilian tribunal is a court operating as part of the judicial branch, entirely separate from the military establishment. This puts separation between case and personnel associations.”

      So it pretty much affirms the relevance of context which begins with military justice where civilian tribunals operates as a form of appeals.

      So what is in a declaration of national emergency which is connected with military tribunals? We know war powers granted to the president ultimately come from the perpetual state of war we’ve been under since the Korean war.

      If you get the impression that a lot of things are being said but little is being explained or understood, then you’d be 100% right. You have to either already know or dig to find some answers and hope you are digging in the right places.

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    • WSB says:

      He mentioned it in regard to John Ratcliffe’s group taking the time to have long periods of questioning without the 5 minute public timing the stupid Congress rules made for themselves so all can grandstand.

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      • Daniel says:

        I concede the point. After watching that segment again and trying to listen to it within that point of view, it certainly fits — he’s just using another word for what Congressional hearings are supposed to be — tribunals, not pointless grandstanding opportunities for later use in campaign videos.

        Still… strange word when he could have said “hearings” or any other term people easily understand.

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        • WSB says:

          I agree. I found it odd, rather out of date. The word ‘hearing’ would have come to mind more quickly.

          I think Gowdy was trying to make the point that these closed door formats lead to a much better record than the show ‘trials’ hosted in public by Congress.

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  15. Sanj says:

    Some day soon, Schiff will have to use the ‘mental problems brought about by drug problems’ defense….heck it may work in Chicago.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Anonymous says:

    No new facts, analysis or theories. Just garden variety Fox venting.

    Liked by 2 people

  17. Kent says:

    …all of a sudden the gop is ‘serious’ about blocking the democrat/marxist agenda…

    …but…

    they made no effort, with few exceptions, when they had control of the house…

    dc is still the swamp….they have blocked PDJT from initiating the will of the American people to return our Republic to us

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  18. Robert Smith says:

    Trey made good points.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Zorro says:

    I’m just doing some paperwork, checking the blog and have the movie “The Patriot” on. Boils my blood that brave men and women died for this country so that we could get to this point in history and have absolutely corrupt cowards like Schitt called our “representatives”.

    Liked by 9 people

    • SalixVeridi says:

      Very good point, Zorro. I think my own Dad and others like him fighting and putting his life on the line during WWII. And all the other military men and women who do that every day. We are witnessing the slow death of the Republic, sadly. The Democrats are totally corrupted. I don’t want to see or hear Bill Maher, Jim Carrey, or Barbra Streisand anymore spew their garbage. Hollywood and the Democrats and the liberal media are all in cahoots to destroy what my father and all those soldiers tried to keep together.

      It makes my blood boil, frankly.

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  20. Robert Smith says:

    Maria should have a nightly slot on Fox.

    Liked by 9 people

  21. GSparrow says:

    Trey Gowdy doesn’t have to be an outspoken Trump supporter to add positive efforts to the cause. As long as he speaks the factual truth on an issue in his usual articulate and pointed way, it’s a favorable effort like. IMO, this interview was a good example.

    Nobody can dissect Adam “non compos mentis” Schiff’s utter nonsense any better than Trey.

    Liked by 4 people

  22. Curt says:

    Adam Schiff just looks like a sniveling little pencil neck POS! It’s hard to even watch this person speak. An incredibly ugly personality for sure………….

    Liked by 4 people

  23. Ray Runge says:

    I did not hear one statement about FISA abuse.

    Liked by 3 people

  24. freepetta says:

    Schiff for brains needs to be kicked out of Congress along with the 2 terrorist America hating Muzzies.
    As far as Gowdy, I can’t seem to forget how he let Hillary 🐷 off the hook in Benghazi 9/11.

    The Obama INJUSTICE Department tried to prosecute the Benghazi HEROES for war crimes! Another shameful and disgusting Clinton incident.

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  25. Gowdy talks a good game but doesn’t accomplish much agreed. Is it because he is not wise on how to manage an issue, or he lacks courage?
    Some of my friends like Gowdy very much and don’t see the disconnect between Gowdy’s rhetoric and results. Gowdy is much better in the role of “commentator” (i.e., loudmouth) than a patriot to protect our country. What a waste of talent.

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    • mdt123 says:

      I commented same bit below. Gowdy and other GOP reps just says their talking points while doing absolutely zero. They blame some unknown power stopping them when they themselves are in the seats of power and able to confront the coup actors McCabe and others.

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  26. f.fernandez says:

    I haven’t seen anyone mention Gowdy mention Tribunals in that second clip.

    I pray that’s actually the case and these people face the music.

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  27. Mr. G says:

    At about 33:20 of the Gowdy interview, Trey responds to Maria asking if there’s ever going to be accountability for the coup attempt conspirators:

    Howdy Gowdy: …if the “TRIBUNALS” are willing to take hours to depose the coup actors as did the Congressional oversight Committees…” (that’s a bit of a paraphrase).

    What TRIBUNALS? Are there Congressional TRIBUNALS? Or DOJ TRIBUNALS? Or FBI TRIBUNALS?

    Or was Gowdy referring to MILITARY TRIBUNALS?

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  28. farrier105 says:

    There are no existing Military Tribunals at this point in time. Let’s get that on the table now. Gowdy did not specify MILITARY tribunals, only used the word “tribunal” after referring to questioning by Congressional committees.

    From the Webster’s Dictionary site:

    tribunal noun
    tri·​bu·​nal | \ trī-ˈbyü-nᵊl , tri-\
    Definition of tribunal
    1 : a court or forum of justice
    2 : something that decides or determines
    the tribunal of public opinion

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  29. farrier105 says:

    There should be NO CONCLUSIONS in Mueller’s report if it follows the typical guidelines of an FBI investigation. What Barr should receive is a “file back and cover” containing a Prosecutorial Summary Report, with only the facts discovered during the investigation, and behind it relevant investigative reports. There will be NO FINDING OF GUILT OR INNOCENCE if this is done as it should be done. All of these reports, no matter who is the subject of the investigation, are supposed to be like this. The COURT determines guilt of innocence based on facts, or the prosecution is declined as the evidence indicates it should be declined.

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  30. mdt123 says:

    Watched a bunch of shows with GOP reps incl Gowdy and Green on Sunday (since wife was away). What gets me is the lack of any real emotion/passion on their part as if they are just going through the motions of acting as the oppo party. Like if your house is getting robbed, you will reason with the burglar ‘ you should not be doing this, I will call hearings on you’.
    When Gowdy is asked ‘should chairman Schi*&’ be recused’, he just says it is upto the speaker to decide. If he really cared, he would have raised his voice and said hell yes and launched into it like the Dems Booker and others do. Why would the Dem speaker ever recuse Schi*&.
    I have seen the same even with Scalise who was almost killed by a Dem inspired zealot but does not speak with any passion about it.
    I think the Uniparty shows in these shows – they are just acting the opposition party while fully in bed with the same donors as the Dems. They should at least get some acting lessons.
    Anybody else feels this way?

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  31. D3F1ANT says:

    Now we’ll finally be rid of Mueller and his corrupt nonsense and we’ll be embarking upon Adumb Schitt’s jaundices fantasy “investigation.” Sad there are no adults in DC to stop the Dems from FLUSHING another 100 million bucks down the pooper on this ruse.

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  32. Firefly says:

    Schiff will probably ask Mueller what took place at the Rod and Murller meeting in the oval. McCabe in his book says Rod let him know Mueller’s cell phone needed to be retrieved. Apparently PTrump was looking at Kelly to head FBI. Also, whatever happened at the meeting might be included in the mueller investigation report.

    Rod used to work for Mueller in the 1990s.Recall Mueller had a falling out with PTruml over golfing fees. i think Rod and Mueller wanted to intimidate PTrump and the cell phone was used to pick up Patrumps reaction at the meeting and more importantly his reaction after they left the oval.

    McCabe included it in his book- wanting PTrump and everyone to know.

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  33. brenrod says:

    Gowdy ran away from the question in the second video… probably because he has been supporting Mueller witch hunt all along and now all can see that Mueller is a fraud.

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  34. mike diamond says:

    Adam Schiff!? He is Mr Shifity, Schiff,is trying to save his fellow swamp dwellers from prison! Even his own hide from prison! Schiff will be exposed for his lies!

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  35. Isn’t Trey Gowdy the guy who never asked Nellie Ohr if she accessed NSA databases while working for Fusion GPS?

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  36. lonetown says:

    The Republican Congress with their fecklessness has succeeded in tanking the publics trust in our government. We are no longer a country of laws.

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