Jim Jordan Discusses Pelosi and Schiff’s Manipulation of Michael Cohen…

Two backstory aspects frame this discussion.

♦First, Nancy Pelosi specifically set up the House committee rules to: (1) drop any committee notification for the minority; (2) drop any need for committee participation by the minority.  What this first point highlights is the scale of pre-planning from 2018 (last year), for this impeachment scheme.

♦Second, the planning of Cohen as the first step in an impeachment process was entirely predictable. [SEE HERE]  On a positive note, Jim Jordan appears to know the scheme.

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111 Responses to Jim Jordan Discusses Pelosi and Schiff’s Manipulation of Michael Cohen…

  1. leftnomore says:

    Who could ever marry, much less sleep with such a reptilian creature? Schiff is a freak, and lucky for me is MY rep! Ugh.

    Liked by 14 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      It’s OK, Trump is Schiff’s President’!

      Liked by 8 people

    • Frankie DePaul says:

      Isn’t Schiff an abuser of teenage boys?

      Liked by 1 person

      • dd_sc says:

        Alleged. He has had multiple contacts (some photos) of Schiff with people like Epstein. No direct evidence though.

        I actually think that is a big can ‘o worms the Uniparty is trying to keep a lid on. A lot of these people are connected to others involved with sexual abuse of minors. Like that teen girl (now in a Russian prison) linked to Deripaska, and the Clinton’s visits to Epstein’s island.

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    • Alfred Brown says:

      Leftnomore:
      I understand he is married to a daughter or granddaughter of George Soros.
      Does that make sense?

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      • dd_sc says:

        That’s a new one, you have a link for that.

        Early on, some people wanted to tie Schiff to Soros by claiming Robert Soros (eldest son) married Adam Schiff’s sister, but Melissa Schiff (no Robert’s ex-wife) is not related to Adam.

        I suspect linking Adam’s wife Eve Schiff to Soros is more of the same.

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    • beaujest says:

      Hey,Rep Omar married her brother .

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  2. Elric VIII says:

    “First, Nancy Pelosi specifically set up the House committee rules to: (1) drop any committee notification for the minority; (2) drop any need for committee participation by the minority.”

    So the Democrats can refuse to notify the Republicans about their actions and refuse to allow them to participate?

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    • sundance says:

      Yes. Additionally, the committee can issue subpoenas without input from the minority; AND the committee can conduct depositions without informing the minority.

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      • Greg1 says:

        Meanwhile, when Nunes went to a SCIF and reviewed information that destroyed the democrat narrative, Schiff went nuts (ok, he was already there…..) talking about how terrible it was that Nunes didn’t tell him about it first and then got Nunes investigated and temporarily removed as Chair of the committee or something to that effect. Schiff got lots of airtime out of that.

        But that doesn’t matter a bit since democrats are now in power.

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        • WSB says:

          This is why Turtle knows he can change his chamber’s rules but refuses to.

          Liked by 9 people

          • Carrie says:

            😡😡😡 weak!! Democrats are evil, but they are organized! Everyone should bombard McConnell’s office about his lack of strategy and pathetically weak voice in defending our President!

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            • auntiefran413 says:

              That wouldn’t make any difference, Carrie. The Turtle is Deep Swamp!!!

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              • Betty says:

                Please don’t go back to that, No More Excusing what they do by calling it a “lack of Strategy or pathetically weak” McConnell is guilty of neither, his moves are calculated and he does not serve We The People.

                Your first assumption about why McConnell did something or didn’t do something should not be that he is weak, HE ISN’T. He couldn’t be where he is being weak. Remember how he smashed the Tea Party and that guy in Mississippi?

                Better way to analyze what GOPe does is to ask yourself – who gains?

                What I don’t understand is why no Republican Representative brought a motion to vacate the chair, especially after Ryan announced his retirement.

                It taint everyone of them.

                I even felt the taint just now when listening to Jim Jordan talk to the Judge as much as I like Jim Jordan.

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            • WSB says:

              Turtle is not trying to defend the President. He is trying to remove the President, IMHO.

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            • Jederman says:

              I’m afraid we could call him for the next 1k yrs to no avail. McConnell works for the CoC. Maybe it’s they who should be called.

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              • Betty says:

                There you have it, a ray of truth.

                I just watched a short video called “Agincourt’s Dark Secrets Battlefield Detectives YouTube”. Battle etiquette, foot solders did not attack nobles, and nobles were not killed they were taken for ransom. So the nobles fought battles to take prisoners to ransom, one of the speakers says it was like winning the lottery. The video starts to explain about ransom at 28:34.
                It is all very interesting forensic detective work, but the eye opener comes near the end.
                The English King, Henry the fifth, allows his foot solders to attack nobles and when the battle is over he orders the prisoners executed. The Nobility fighting with Henry refuse and again Henry orders the foot solders to do it. They didn’t refuse out of compassion, they didn’t like losing all that ransom money.

                I thought how rotten for Henry to order the slaughter of prisoners, then the announcer slipped in that the Battle of Agincourt was a major English victory in the Hundred Years’ War. And I realized that what Henry the Fifth did was revolutionary, he took away the ability to profit from war – for a short space of time.

                A war that lasted a HUNDRED YEARS, today’s vultures can only dream of keeping a war going that long. It is amazing how long have they been doing this to us. Remember when America was governed by honest men, and we won wars as quickly as possible?

                Now our fighting men and women languish in never ending wars so that the CoC and the military industrial complex can grow ever richer on today’s version of “Ransom”.

                Henry the fifth and President Trump there are parallels.

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          • beaujest says:

            Commie Turtle !

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        • swissik says:

          To Greg1: seems to me that the Dems always call the shots whether they are in power or not.

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        • Tiffthis says:

          Yep, exactly, I remember that too. Sux the other side doesn’t have anyone to answer to

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      • bertdilbert says:

        Just keep those rules in place when we take back the house.

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        • LCSmom says:

          Republicans don’t want to control the house.

          They are much happier being in the minority so they can blame that for not doing anything that their voters want.

          They could have repealed Obamacare and funded the wall and border security when they had both houses. They wouldn’t do it.

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        • sDee says:

          “Just keep those rules in place when we take back the house.”

          The Elephants never opposed the Uniparty when “they” had control of House and Senate.

          “We”, the people, cannot cannot take back the House even if the (R)s win it again because “we” have no party willing to represent us.

          Actually, those who vote for the (D), have no representation either. They only appear to. As natural slaves, their willing submission to benevolent tyrants simply aligns well with the false song of globalism.

          “We”, freemen in America, still have chance but only if we openly admit to the stark reality that the Republican=Democrat=Globalism

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        • Rusty says:

          It will be years before the republicans take back the House……

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      • angellestaria6674 says:

        Yes, I believe legally they can on both counts. In my reply to Elric VIII when I say…”with the dems there is more law and order, nor rule of law…” “I am covering a large swath of their actions, agenda and intent, but in this case, I am also thinking in terms of the spirit of the law. The spirit of the law says, be fair to all sides. The letter of the law can be used to kill truth and subvert justice. And that is what we are witnessing on a grand scale.

        Somethings are legal but necessary expedient and for the good of all. Paul the apostle wrote, “All things are lawful for me, but all things are not expedient…”

        NP and those who make and change the rules may be legally doing so, but anytime one uses legal law to circumvent justice and keep the righteous side off of the stage of fair play, that is not expedient nor it is good for the nation.

        How one uses the law, for good or bad, determines one’s dignity and integrity to uphold justice, or the lack thereof.

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        • angellestaria6674 says:

          Correction in second line…

          …with the dems there is “no” more law and order…

          Proof read and still missed it. Trying to work on several projects and do this here at the CTH at the same time. Oh well….

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        • angellestaria6674 says:

          Another correction…geez, hope my whole night is not going to go typo off the cliff like this…LOL at myself…anyway…

          Line 7 should read….somethings are legal but not necessarily expedient…

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          • Dutchman says:

            Angelle;
            I understood your original post; hang on the tree for awhile, with wordpress having no edit button, and ya learn to,
            As my dear, departed Dad used to say
            “Listen to what they MEAN, NOT what they say!”
            Your doing fine.

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        • dustycowpoke says:

          Excellent post. thinking in the crucible and being able to communicate it.

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          • angellestaria6674 says:

            Thx for that. It’s what I love about this site. There are a lot of Treepers who can and do just that. How much of the average population, we’ll call them sheeple, even attempt to exercise their brains and mentality so they can begin to think in critical terms and crucible times? Maybe a better question is, how many of these people even care?

            We have any number of people here who are well capable of clearly elucidating their thoughts. And obviously, SD is quite apt in that too and it has helped a lot of people here to understand things they didn’t before joining the CTH.

            Peace!

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            • Jan says:

              Most Americans don’t have time to think their way through problems–they’re trying to live their lives. The millennials have been taught NOT to problem solve because socialism doesn’t solve problems, it creates them to keep the unthinking in line, angellestaria, IMHAO

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              • angellestaria6674 says:

                About the millennial and socialism mindset, you’re spot on. Socialism teaches its victims to just basically wait for government or whoever to give you whatever you need and want. The New Green Deal says, well, we pay you even if you don’t work. So yeah, no need to take the class Thinking 101.

                But there are a lot of people, and not all of them are millennials, some are generation x….who could make better choices of what to do with their lives and time. I know so many people, young and older, who are married to their phones, iPads, tv, sports, Hollywood cultural rot…that don’t care about the issues because they are wallowing in the slough of so much that is not integral to life.

                Guess what I am saying is that many people make the choice to go with extrinsic stuff because going with intrinsic and altruistic things requires taking personal responsibility, thinking and due diligence of mental and physical attributes.

                There is very large difference of people living their lives steeped in cotton candy extrinsics and the people who are living their lives, working hard to make ends meet, taking care of their families, etc.

                Peace and blessing and have a great Sunday!

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              • angellestaria6674 says:

                As to the time factor in peoples’ lives, yes, some don’t have a lot of free time.

                I actually don’t either. It’s scary to think of what I am juggling right now tonight and this early am while typing these words and trying to contribute here while carrying on other projects.

                I don’t take the mission, intent and purpose of Conservative Tree House lightly, It is informative to the nth degree and does make it easier for people to be more exposed to a lot of necessary, critical information, not to mention this site’s great Prayer Request Thread, which I find myself on more than ever now because a lot of hurting people are in need of encouragement, strength and hope. So I juggle my own heavy work schedule with being on here because I have a strong desire to contribute substance of life and information and help where and when I can.

                This is another reason this site is so good for those limited with their time, but still wanting to understand the issues. SD and the staff research a heck of a lot of stuff and post it here saving any number of people a great amount of time that they may not have.

                You also have treepers like BlackKnightRides, Citizen and others who post a lot of helpful information and well thought out insights that are easy to read and understand that also saves people a lot of time. I don’t know any other site where one can go to and glean as much succinctly written and posted information than is presented here at the CTH.

                Where there is a will, generally, there is a way.

                Peace

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              • DGC says:

                You would think with all of the harping by so many businesses that people must having ‘critical thinking’ skills that problem solving would essential for Millennials to get a job let alone get by in life. Unfortunately, ‘critical thinking’ seems to be just another name for corporatist ‘group think’.

                Rightly or wrongly, there is a reason that so many Millennials are easily caricatured as Non Player Characters, or NPCs, and drones.

                https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-player_character
                https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wojak#NPC_Wojak

                Let’s hope that Gen Z can quickly surpass this cohort.

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      • Marygrace Powers says:

        sundance called it months ago/worth a review.

        What We Can Expect With a Democrat-Marxist Controlled House of Representatives….

        Posted on November 8, 2018 by sundance

        “When it comes to political weaponization and political power constructs the Marxists have exceptional work ethics; they will outwork anyone on the other side who opposes them. They are far, far, better at political strategy and scheme than conservative politicians. Part of the reason for their success is that crooks, cons and swindlers are far more cunning than honorable, virtuous and moral people. It is unfortunate, but true; and the same truth applies beyond politics.”

        https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/11/08/what-we-can-expect-with-a-democrat-marxist-controlled-house-of-representatives/

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        • angellestaria6674 says:

          Marygrace:

          I specifically remember that post.

          The paragraph you quote is excellent and a standout. But I took it as more than just a recognition of a political state of things. I read it also as a warning, that is, SD telling it like it was and that people need to understand the cunning dynamics at play on the other side.

          And SD’s words reflected some words that none the less than Christ Himself spoke in the New Testament in the parable of the unjust steward: Luke 16:1-8…the last verse in the parable saying: (The parable is worth reading for any interested in going back and revisiting it.) Christ said the master actually commend the unjust steward for his shrewdness.

          “The sons of the world are more shrewd in their generation than the sons of light.”

          Basically, that is what SD was saying about the dems as compared to most of our so-called side.

          Christ does not want His people to have their heads in the sand like ostriches. It doesn’t mean we have to lie, cheat, steal, murder, etc. We can be shrewd, skillful and forceful rather than ignorant, naive, complacent, lazy and slothful. We make choices, for good or for bad.

          Jesus also said….”Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be you therefore wise as serpents and harmless as doves.” Matthew 10:16

          Does this not aptly describe our present political landscape? Wow!

          I thought about all this when I first read SD’s post that you have linked to.

          There is one more biblical reference I love because it gives hope, that no matter what, God has a way of exposing and dealing with the cunning craftiness of these people, though it may take time, it will come: (We should pray for it!)

          With the pure, You will show Yourself pure;
          With the devious, You will show Yourself shrewd. Psalm 18:26

          Who’da thunk it, that God Himself actually knows something about dealing shrewdly and being shrewd when necessary.

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      • Mr.G says:

        I do not recall any minority “outrage” over the rule changes. Did any minority members specifically point out these changes on Twitter or Sunday talk shows?

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      • BitterC says:

        If I understood Jordan correctly, Ryan had to approve committee subpoenas last session which is why the House GOP seemed so toothless?
        AND the only reason Nunes was essentially sidelined for most of 2017 was also Ryan?

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      • CarolynH says:

        Too bad Paul Ryan was such a coward and made the GOP play nice with the Democrats, leading to their loss last November.

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      • Don L says:

        It might do well to make a big issue of that and the GOP ought to then leave the committee only in the hands of the Dems. Then 2020 will be the cure for such shenanigans (that and our dumping 1/3 of our all too complicit GOP in the primaries.)

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      • Elric VIII says:

        Wow! If the Republicans tried a Rules stunt like that the Democrats would blow the dome off the Capitol. Talk about fighting with one hand tied behind your back.

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      • Betty says:

        That tells you right there that Paul Ryan is a traitor to the American People. And so is McConnell.
        Paul Ryan told Devin Nunes to recuse himself.

        I am so sick and tired of McConnell and the rest of them who have hidden loyalties. Get’em God.

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    • angellestaria6674 says:

      With the dems, there is no more law and order, nor rule of law. They, NP, all of them, have cast off truth, honor and law to ensure their position of getting to do whatever they want to do. Damned be the Constitution, rule of law, common sense, integrity, dignity, truth, the nation and all of us.

      But sometime, sooner or later…somewhere out of the haunts of the ancient past, I hear those famous words of Moses:

      Be sure your sins will find you out.

      And the sins of the political elites and wretched oligarchy are going to come back to bite them one or a thousand ways. I do not know when, how or where, but some laws and edicts of Almighty God. Truth and Justice cannot be thwarted and put off forever.

      I try to keep this in mind when I get outdone, angry and flabbergasted about all of this.

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    • Dutchman says:

      WHY do minority members continue to be ON the Committee? The whole idea of the committees is they are supposed to be BI-PARTISAN. If it were me, I would relinquish my position, given the “rule changes”.

      The other thing that occurs to me is the lame excuse of the Republicons: “If WE drop or change the Filibuster rule, think what will happen when Dems are in the majority!”
      Obviously, IF Dems are in majority, they will immediately eliminate the fillibuster rule, and ram thru their conmunist agenda. Yet anothrr proof, for those who need it, that Republicons are not “stupid”, “cowardly”, or whatever lame excuse.
      It is intentional! They are worse than Dems, who are at least out of the closet, exposing their true natures. Republicons are complicit traitors, sticking a knife in our backs.
      Otherwise they would drop that fillibuster rule, instead of hiding behind it, and Republicons in the House would refuse to serve on committees, where they are precluded from any participation.
      WHY give Dems cover?

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      • angellestaria6674 says:

        Dutch, you said a mouthful.

        My short reply to your comment is this:

        There is one apt name for the whole body of Republicons/Decepticons:

        BRUTUS!

        Oh wait, sorry…two names, the other being:

        JUDAS

        There, I fixed it for me!

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    • Dutchman says:

      WHY do minority members continue to be ON the Committee? The whole idea of the committees is they are supposed to be BI-PARTISAN. If it were me, I would relinquish my position, given the “rule changes”.

      The other thing that occurs to me is the lame excuse of the Republicons: “If WE drop or change the Filibuster rule, think what will happen when Dems are in the majority!”
      Obviously, IF Dems are in majority, they will immediately eliminate the fillibuster rule, and ram thru their conmunist agenda. Yet anothrr proof, for those who need it, that Republicons are not “stupid”, “cowardly”, or whatever lame excuse.
      It is intentional! They are worse than Dems, who are at least out of the closet, exposing their true natures. Republicons are complicit traitors, sticking a knife in our backs.
      Otherwise they would drop that fillibuster rule, instead of hiding behind it, and Republicons in the House would refuse to serve on committees, where they are precluded from any participation.
      WHY give Dems cover?
      D.C. is the World turned upside down!

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    • dd_sc says:

      Yes.

      And then they run around claiming it’s Republicans subverting democracy.

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    • Jederman says:

      So far, it looks like the dems are playing a very weak hand and the only way to get it done is by changing the rules to keep the Rs at arms length.

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  3. Elric VIII says:

    “First, Nancy Pelosi specifically set up the House committee rules to: (1) drop any committee notification for the minority; (2) drop any need for committee participation by the minority.”

    So the Democrats can refuse to notify the Republicans about their actions and refuse to allow them to participate?

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    • Greg1 says:

      If republicans did the EXACT same thing to the democrats it would be the end of the world and the media would be all over it. However, democrats did this to republicans, who will NEVER play hardball that hard, and the media will never do a negative story about what the democrats did. EVER.

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      • As a man thinkth says:

        …and yet…over at the Senate Mitch stumbles around in the dark while the Hyksos invade the nation…

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        • Hmm. The Hyksos invaded Egypt immediately following the natural catastrophe that brought an end to the Middle Kingdom there. We haven’t had a natural catastrophe that shattered our federal government, so the alluding to Hyksos seems strained. Maybe you are referring to Immanuel Velikovsky’s identification of the Hyksos (a name used by ancient Greek writers; Egyptian texts called them the Amu) as the Amalekites, who are mentioned in the Bible as a wild nomadic people, travelling, in the wake of that same far-reaching natural catastrophe, against the Exodus (and thus toward just-destroyed Egypt) and harassing the Jews (who were leaving Egypt behind). Interesting, obviously referring to the ancient Middle East, and thus to the later Muslims, habitually warring and now invading us. Another possible name would be Ishmaelites, but that lacks the lawlessness explicitly emphasized (in Ancient understanding) in the very name “Amalekites” (read Velikovsky, “Ages In Chaos”, page 69 in particular, pp. 50-102 more generally). Or you could just say Muslim, without the ancient reference. Everyone should read and understand “Ages In Chaos” (and all of Velikovsky’s books). I would guess you have, by the Hyksos reference.

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  4. zozz1 says:

    One can only hope and pray that true Justice will, eventually, be served. So much corruption and evil cannot go unexposed and unchecked; a price must be paid…a steep one.

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  5. SD, you are soooo spot on when you say that none of any of this is organic, because this is how the dems roll, plan and play and that it’s all they do, all the time. You cannot repeat that of your thought too many times.

    I think, what a different world of America we would be living in had we had a speaker of the House like Rep. Jim Jordan instead of Bonehead and snake-in-the-grass Ryan.

    Thanks for probably working yourself near to exhaustion at times keeping track of all the interlocking, interloping and interconnected elements of this grand scheme, coup, crime, lies and hypocrisy. You are in my prayers daily!

    Shalom and have a great Sunday, you, Ad rem and Menagerie…all of you.

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    • MelH says:

      Like, X 1 billion or more!

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      • angellestaria6674 says:

        Mel

        Well thank you for that. It seems like such a thing would be the best-greatest dream I have had in years.

        Peace and great Sunday for you and yours!

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    • Pokey says:

      I think how different things would be if Donald Trump were as good at politics within his adopted Party as he is at steamrolling anyone, regardless of Party, who has the temerity to oppose him on any subject. Trump has always been a loner and that approach does not serve him well. In an environment where he appoints over 2,000 people to the key jobs in government, he has not got the political savvy he needs to keep that process under control. What he did was enough to defeat Hillary Clinton, but it has not served him well as a President. I am a Trump supporter, but I also see the political limitations he must now overcome before we can blame his own Party for his problems.

      Taking public jabs at your potential supporters just doesn’t work with people who need their public images to keep their public jobs. Maybe the scorched earth approach to electoral politics damages you with your allies more than it does your enemies.

      I believe Ryan and many others got rolled too harshly when they were still thinking they had a chance to become our President. A bruised politician suffers with irreparable damage to his/her/whomever career. Such a person never forgets the source of the bruising. Politicians live in another occupational reality from the rest of us, and it is a tougher occupation than most of us have chosen.

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  6. Schiffty has Ocasio-Cortez’s eyes, all the insanity yet without Alexandria’s superior intelligence.

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  7. N C Patriot says:

    Yes she did !

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  8. LKAinLA says:

    “None of this is organic,” like Black Lives Matter or Occupy Wall Street? Our country could be united if not for these constantly shape shifting creatures. So much energy spent on evil deeds. I pray everyday for new media who will tell the truth before it is too late.

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  9. Petrel says:

    Call me a “hopeless and wishful dreamer” but the Democrat precedent of excluding the minority party in Congressional Hearings will make for more effective / peaceful meetings when Republicans regain the House in 2020.

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    • dreamguardian007 says:

      “will make for more effective / peaceful meetings when Republicans regain the House in 2020.”

      That would depend upon who is the Speaker of the House. McCarthy would probably change the rules back to put the Dims on equal footing. And ditto angellestaria6674’s thoughts of how great it would be to have Congressman Jordan as Speaker!

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      • Greg1 says:

        If the democrats lose the house in 2020 they will leave the rules in place until their last day of power………and then change them back.

        If republicans try to change the rules back to the way Pelosi changed them the democrats will screech like banshees about how unfair it is and the media will back them every step of the way making the republicans look as awful as they can……….and the media will never talk about what the democrats just did.

        If you don’t believe me just ask me!

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        • bonkti says:

          Have the rules for the next session mirror those of the current session: “On the first and last days of the session, the minority party will be recognized , in keeping with precedent.”

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  10. Streak 264 says:

    Taxation without representation.
    Better luck next time!

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  11. OSP says:

    Sundance, have you had an opportunity to look over the HRC emails Wikileaks dropped today?

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  12. Alec Rawls says:

    Prediction
    Deranged Dems will plow through and pass impeachment. NeverTrump morons won’t be able to contain themselves and will jump at the chance to impeach, despite the fact that Trump has already secured the nomination and the election nears. A month before the election Trump is impeached, he goes on to win in a landslide, all the NeverTrumpers get wiped out and the Democrats fall off the cliff. TRUMP TRUMP TRUMP TRUMP!!!

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  13. As a man thinkth says:

    …and yet…over at the Senate Mitch stumbles around in the dark while the Hyksos invade the nation…

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  14. Pelosi is paying to God for her treachery already..
    She’s too weak now to even control the radical Junior members of Congress.

    The Dems have created a monster that a year down the road would scare even Joseph Stalin.

    By 2020 this nation will be vomiting Dim-O-Crats up right and left.

    Pardon the pun!

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  15. gsonFIT says:

    dems are well organized and if they represented their constituents wishes they would be much tougher to beat. But they just promote what they think will make the party stronger, not better just stronger.

    I have two (2) points. 1) As mentioned above they are organized but i am confident Nancy P didn’t cloak this congress’ committees in secrecy. She is that evil but not that smart. My money is on Adam Schiff for that skullduggery with an assist from his mentor Chuck Schumer.

    2) Don’t think pre-hearing meetings with Cohen were illegal but they stink of conflict and outright cheating. 10 hours is too much time, but i bet this wasn’t Simpson’s first time doing this pretrial coaching. I truly hope Jim Jordan gets to ask Glenn Simpson (Fusion GPS) how many time Simpson met with Adam Schiff outside of congressional hearings. I pray it is asked under oath and with Simpson and Schiff both present. Schiff’s bias is so strong he comes across as Anti American!

    MAGA
    Adam Schiff sux
    and
    Fusion GPS is a crappy name for a news organization

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    • swissik says:

      Does ‘under oath’ really matter? Without physical as well as verifiable evidence to the contrary it is impossible to determine if someone under oath is lying.

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  16. technerd55 says:

    Right now, the Dems are talking about anti-semitism and socialism instead of impeachment. The question is can Pelosi reign in the three trouble makers in her caucus, AOC, Omar and Tlaib, long enough to activate the impeachment narrative. Those three don’t seem to be on board with that at the moment.

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  17. Republicanvet91 says:

    ” (1) drop any committee notification for the minority; (2) drop any need for committee participation by the minority.”

    This just reminds me of the ridiculous hoops RINO’s like Ryan forced the rest of the House to jump through to defer to the Democrats when they were in the minority. And how much America lost by things not getting done.

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    • Mr. G says:

      I cannot post what I think should be done to Paul Ryan and McConnell, et al.

      What they did and continue to do is metaphorically spit in our faces, then tell us we’ll take ti and we’ll like it.

      If something very unfortunate happened to Mitch and Ryan, something bone-chilling scary, we might get the RINOs attention. Absent something like that-nothing will change

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  18. tarheel69 says:

    The Dems act the way they do
    because they know dang well that they are above the law look how they just flont there misdeeds as business as usually the GOP is just about worthless I don’t see how things can improve it just looks to me like were going downhill fast why do so many people support a party that is nonstop working to take freedoms away that we have shed blood sweat and treasure to uphold if you look at all our federal government and news media its 90% anti American back in the day if you slandered somebody you better be ready to defend yourself because your good name ment something now its a sport to be the first to trash and libel anybody for just not agreeing with them what happen to the America that when your side won you lifted up your oppoint and give him a good pat on the back now the hate is so bad that you must be destroyed and the truth be dambed.this is not the America I grew up in the first thing I learned was to respect and cherish your neighbor our country has been stolen from the people that sacrificed sometimes ever thing for there country those were real Americans I’m afraid there is not enough good ole boys left to save us from what’s coming our way How we respond will determine if we will ever again live in the America that was the beacon of hope any envy the world over..

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  19. wodiej says:

    Always keep doing the right thing no matter what everyone else is doing. Rep. Jim Jordan is such a man.

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  20. Dem adam schiff is nothing But porpaganda biggest liars,👎🤯

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  21. Nagothm says:

    When the house reverts to GOP control, they need to keep those new Dem rules in place.

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  22. Lester Smith says:

    What we have here is a fixed game. The gop version of the 1918 white socks. Watch the baseball movie eight men out. Almost all our team profits from the fix. These low life’s count on the public thinking the games not rigged. Any good team would pull their players off the field and raise hell knowing the other team changed the rules to always win. Think of it this way the dems are both team and umpire. The dems call balls and strikes and have total control and know the outcome before the game is ever played. Now by the gop staying in these committees and attending these hearings knowing the game is rigged tells me alot. The gop is profiting from this. In other words the gop are the generals and the dems are the globetrotters. The gop shows up to play knowing it’s a fake game. Why because both parties profit We are the fools who are paying admission. The ticket price is our country.

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  23. Bob Parker says:

    The extent of not only the FBI/CIA/DOJ corruption PLUS the corrupt way the Dems are seeking to politically lynch PT is becoming more & more clear with each & every passing day!

    Thank God all of these perpe-traitors (pun intended) are all basically stupid nimrods!!

    I have said before & repeat here again, that these daily corruption reveals HAVE to be noticed by Mr & Mrs average American all of whom NORMALLY AVOID politics & current events.

    I maintain that more & more of these types of VOTERS are compelled to begin taking all of this in & start thinking about “My God where are the Dems taking this country?” And. ” Why won’t the Dems leave PT ALONE so he can simply do his job?

    Per John Solomon, the Cohn Congressional testimony was a big FAILURE for the Dems. And now we find out that Pencil-neck met IN NY w/Cohn for 10+ hours over 4 days? This too cannot help the Dems’ cause, because what exactly was being discussed between the 2 sides during these meetings, hmm?

    Golf? Grandkids (out of the Clinton/Lynch infamous tarmac meeting fame)? Methinks not.

    The facts about the corruption/witchhunt/Dems blatantly harassing anyone/everyone associated w/PT is being seen & mainstream America is REPULSED by it in ever-increasing numbers!

    And when we mix in the COMPASSION + HUMANITY that PT ALWAYS shows for we the People (See Alabama trip for most recent example), We the People see in ever-increasing #’s this good, NO!! GREAT this man is & we will neither accept nor tolerate any longer what the Dems are trying to do to him!!

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  24. Ausonius says:

    I sympathize with the above comments: James (Jim) Jordan of Ohio is one of the FEW Republicans not taking bribes from The Deep State’s moneymen and one of the FEW who is not a coward about defending Conservatism and attacking or counter-attacking the Left.

    Until more Republican politicians are like him and join him….well, we already know the result: The Socialist, Crony Capitalist, Deep State will continue.

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  25. Zorro says:

    Sundance has already indicated the way to combat the Dems impeachment plan is to let the sun shine on it.

    Point out the purpose of each commiteee and the timeline.

    The Deep State has their “4am” coordinated talking points, why can’t we have ours?

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  26. Time for the Republicans to “get off the pot” because they haven’t done anything yet…………

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  27. jeans2nd says:

    “Jim Jordan appears to know the scheme…”
    You recall we have a direct line to Jim Jordan, yes? Of course.

    Jim Jordan knows.The question is, why did Jim Jordan not mention the New House Cmte Rules to Judge Jeanine and Judge Jeanine’s audience?
    Jim Jordan remarks that they waited too long and did not push Paul Ryan hard enough. Judge Jeanine lets that remark go.
    But the question remains – why did they wait so long, and not push hard enough? It is not as if Jim Jordan does/did not know. Jim Jordan knows. That is a truthful fact.
    -.-

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