Representative Doug Collins Explains The Reasoning and Sequencing of House Transcript Releases…

House Judiciary Committee ranking member Doug Collins appears with Maria Bartiromo to discuss the reasoning and sequencing of congressional transcript releases highlighting the FBI and DOJ officials who participated in the political weaponization of their offices.

According to Representative Collins there will be more releases of congressional transcripts timed and sequenced to tell the details behind a very complex story.

(IG Report Link)

I hope Doug Collins is successful in his plan to lay out the factual events in a manner that people will be able to understand and comprehend.  Unfortunately, I temper my optimism with knowledge of how Republicans tend to play too-cute-by-half  when they are tasked with creating a digestible narrative.  They’re just not good at it.

Honest and diligent politicians, not being as skilled in the dark arts as their UniParty adversaries; and suffering from decades of battered conservative syndrome; have a tendency to get lost in the weeds.  This allows their opposition to cloud, obfuscate and Alinsky the righteous opposition.

Wash-Rinse-Repeat-Pound Desk-Eyeroll-Facepalm-Collapse in Frustration…

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160 Responses to Representative Doug Collins Explains The Reasoning and Sequencing of House Transcript Releases…

  1. Say what you want about the rest of them – and it is probably true – but at the least, Representative Collins has stepped up to the plate albeit a bit late in doing so. I am grateful.

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    • Austin Holdout says:

      Maybe, like the rest of us, Collins wanted to believe the system would work as it should have.

      Liked by 18 people

    • Cpdesert says:

      I don’t think it’s an accident that Collins released these. He’s relatively unknown and not a prior target of the Dems..

      Liked by 6 people

      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        He was chosen….

        Liked by 10 people

        • WES says:

          Gunny66: Yes and notice no outrage for leaking!

          Liked by 5 people

          • WSB says:

            And our President can tell the story on Twitter.

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          • babrightlight says:

            Collins is my rep here in North GA and he’s a solid guy with only a splash of establishment tinge on him—hopefully, he stays that way. He’s in a district that’s about 80% Republican so he shouldn’t have to worry. The lack of outrage as WES noted is a bit odd, but since Dems are in control, Collins is limited in what he can do and this stuff will come out eventually anyway. The Dems will call it old news. If Sundance is correct, Dems are already moving on to the next phase in the Trump harassment/impeachment process.

            The key is AG Barr. He needs to be a man on a mission, use a lot of sanitizer and clean up the DOJ. A quick indictment on McCabe or Comey would inspire fear in the others. Ohr looks like someone who would roll over quickly. Next, announce an investigation on the money laundering operation known as the Clinton Foundation. Then have an open door to see who comes running to make a deal. You could make political hay out of it, stringing out indictments all the way to the 2020 election, but that’s not the point. The issue is restoring truth and justice in the FBI and DOJ.

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            • Pyrthroes says:

              Couldn’t agree more– publicizing House Judiciary Committee revelations regarding MzBill’s incredibly subversive Campaign 2016 falls to an obscure Southern Congressman, whose tertiary stature not only defangs the issues but deflects attacks by rendering Rats’ habitual smears not worth the while.

              In this regard, “Representative” has long been the wrong word for Lower House perpetual incumbents. Absent term limits and certain other strictures, careerist pols infesting these precincts serve K Street paymasters, not constituents. What matters is, that only Grand Mal partisan agendas ever see the light; with minimal exceptions the rest is window-dressing.

              As a late 18th Century charter, the U.S. Constitution perforce neglects any mention of a “Fourth Branch” Federal Government administrative/regulatory apparat. Prior to Pres. Arthur’s Pendleton Act in wake of Garfeld’s assassination by a crazed office-seeker, Jackson’s lawks-a-mercy “spoils system” insulated America’s productive economy from Statist interference by high-turnover and grifting incompetence, what 1920s Austrian School economists called “Schlamperei”.

              As Thoreau put it, “That government is best which governs least.” So we propose a codicil: Since office-holding is inherently political, public policies, principles, procedures reflect easy-way, self-serving partisan incentives. In real-world practice, “less government” requires not a parade of under-chefs that spoil the people’s broth, but radically inverse political incentives.

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            • JonS says:

              I think a campaign donation to Rep Collins may be in order. That’s really how our “votes” count

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            • 6x47 says:

              My preferred metaphor for the task before AG Barr: The Temple of Justice has been defiled, it must be cleansed with fire.

              Not put a throw rug over the stained carpet and hang an air freshener to cover up the putrid stench.

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            • Mr. T. says:

              The real problem is that he is releasing damning information but this information was already “released” to Congress months ago. They already know about it and have done nothing?

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        • prettyplease says:

          Gunny, I can believe that. Up here, he is called “Do nothin’ Doug” bc that is what he has/hasn’t done for years.

          When we had problems with the poor internet service, constituents made an appointment with him to talk with him about it. According to reports, he hid in his office and told his secretary to tell the people he was “in a meeting.” They said they waited instead of leaving and, at one point, he snuck a peek out his door and quickly ducked back into his office when he saw that they were still there. Anecdotal evidence.

          We are marveling at the fired-up Doug in the news and on the TV.

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          • Guy-Blanc Déploré says:

            Ha! Amusing story, and useful info/insight as well. Leads to a lot more questions, although I’m glad to see the transcripts getting out, by whatever means necessary.

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        • olderwiser21 says:

          Gunny – I bet you are right. I mean, I have never even heard of this guy and now all of a sudden he’s the next Jim Jordan? I am grateful, but it does give one pause….

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    • dd_sc says:

      Collins wasn’t ranking member until Goodlatte retired.

      Part of the frustration, the leadership slow walking – or in the case of Ryan sandbagging – these investigations.

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    • John-Y128 says:

      I’m not grateful that ‘nothing has come’ from these transcript releases!

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      • cali says:

        @John Y128: You have to look at it from a perspective that includes many republicans implicated in the framing of president Trump during the 2016 election. Many have retired like Ryan for example to minimize their exposure for sedition and corruption.
        However there are still many left who helped and conspired with HRC, DNC and the Hussein white house to destroy and impeach the president.
        That’s nothing new although many are aware that we do know who they are. Their next re-election will not be in their future.

        Even though 72 more transcripts are to be released it really doesn’t matter anymore because the good guys won: Horowitz, Huber and now Barr.
        Mueller is finished – Horowitz is now able to finalize his FISA investigation and Huber and his 470 attorneys are also ready to drop their sealed cases.

        Mueller’s end product is a bust but will enable to drop the declassification of the FISA docs. In these docs the republicans having aided and abetted the domestic enemies in the media, Hussein white house, HRC/DNC campaign etc will be named. They know it and we know it.

        In time we’ll see all the transcripts when these corrupted, seditionist and treasonous politicians face justice captured in the thousands of sealed cases filed.

        You didn’t think the college bribery scandals were a coincidence or the retired warren officer who spied for China? That was just the tip of the iceberg.

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  2. DJSnyder says:

    What’s complex about it? The Obama Administration greased the skids for Hillary and tried to bring down Trump in any way they could, even after the election!

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    • benifranlkin says:

      So many players. Collins doesn’t want to overwhelm us all at once. I think it’s good how he is handling it.

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    • Jederman says:

      I agree, the macro view is not difficult to believe. It’s the obama (and handlers) BAMN, chicago style abuse of the federal machine. And likely, the UniParty taking care of number one and was ok with it.

      As the article points out there are a lot of moving parts for those that give a hoot to digest. It reminds me of the old adage, don’t try to be something you’re not. So “…not being as skilled in the dark arts as their UniParty adversaries…” the truth seekers should hire an expert.

      Why is it so difficult to hire a few staff members able to package this important info about probably the most in your face corruption of a sitting president suppressing his political opposition IOT get his preferred successor elected?

      Put together a team that can provide digestible bits of sequenced information so that any congress critter buttonholed by a “reporter” can speak from the same hymnal with correct, relevant information that doesn’t conflict with or cloud the truth.

      Assuming of course that they are interested in the truth.

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      • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

        “… any congress critter buttonholed by a “reporter” can speak from the same hymnal with correct, relevant information …” ~ J

        Congressmen on the right side of the aisle can talk about SPYGATE and the corruption of the previous Administration ’til the cows come home. Those so-called reporters in corporate mainstream media and their producers in the editing booths will never let those words hit the airwaves. The leftwing press controls the message, not the little people.

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    • JiminCO says:

      You cannot make me believe that Sheryl Mills and Uma have no knowledge of email communications, domain IP addresses—-simply because they all took an oath and signed papers that their state department work would communicate through government systems.

      Their “credible ignorance” is nothing more than a bright red flag that FBI sought to concoct a so-called plausible scheme to exonerate in a late election season. AND, they gave Mills Immunity !!! (B.S.)

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  3. Cocamars says:

    Within a month of the release of the Mueller Report it will be up to President Trump to give the public the full narrative with the Trump Report.

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  4. rustybritches says:

    Thank You Mr Collins You have given some of us hope for the future and that maybe just maybe things can be better We know that with all that you have released already the liberals are ramping up their garbage on the President and if there is any doubt about what they are doing just go to BB
    website Nothing but lies and believe me You don’t have to read the article to know its just more garbage,

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  5. Guyski says:

    Starting to think that losing the house was/is a part of this.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Mike says:

      When incumbents win their district 90% of the time, it’s a good bet 40 were told to stand down during the election cycle. If true it’s the end of Republicans.

      Liked by 2 people

      • I think it’s the rebirth of the Republicans following a cleansing of the worst offenders.

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      • Retired USMC says:

        Of course it is true. The RINO faction of the uniparty does it all the time. They will surrender are the most critical time just to keep that money train flowing.

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      • Geoffgo says:

        40 RINO cowards left office in 2018. I believe they saw what would be uncovered about the coup, and didn’t want to be around when the US citizens began to understand what these RINOs had allowed to take place. They should all be in Gitmo for their treachery.

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      • Maybe so.
        I do think many of those retiring did not have the heart for the fight or else were compromised.

        But honestly y’all, having been involved in a hotly contested race here in TX, the retail politics and weak messaging were quite obvious. Neither the candidate nor his handlers were onboard with “taking a dive” in my observation. That said, support from RNC was weak…but honestly I think this is because they have not got a CLUE how to win. No playbook, no organization, no quick response etc. etc.

        I’m going to a confab in a couple of weeks and may hear more then. It is not closed door though, so likely they will just be waving the flag. Will let all know if I learn anything of note. I’m praying hard on how I can best help POTUS from my perch, however small.

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  6. Elizabeth Raynor Short says:

    What went on between Attorney General’s Office lawyers, FBI personnel, et al. was not “collusion”. It was was/is seditious conspiracy (a crime) in furtherance of overthrow of a legitimate POTUS (treason, the ultimate crime). It was espionage as to the foreign powers (UK and Australia) and individuals involved in the effort. Time for THE P A I N.

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    • Pelayo says:

      Thank you for drawing focus on where it needs to be. As you say they didn’t collude they committed crimes and need to be prosecuted. 63 million plus citizens should take this very personally as this handful of deep state self important officials had absolutely no issue in disenfranchising YOU.

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  7. Ivehadit says:

    It’s time for the republicans to stop being boy scouts and start getting up into the trees like our revolutionary cohorts in 1776. The Brits wore red jackets and marched in a straight line…easy pickins for the shrewd ones who sniped from the trees and won a war for the ages.

    Liked by 11 people

    • sickconservative says:

      You can’t fight the enemy on their terms, but even worse is fighting on decades old school bipartisanism as the D’s left that years ago.
      Dem’s vote lock step against all appointment and judges today.

      Liked by 2 people

  8. OldSkool says:

    Rep. Collins is a hero in doing what he has, so much so IMO that I have donated to him having lamented my NC rep Mark Walker has turned out to be useless.

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  9. Bullseye says:

    If the crooks like comey and mccabe and any others who put out a book are probably better off today financially than they would have been by staying in government. Book sales and gofundme has more than made up any financial losses incurred from being fired. Plus the left gushes over them as heros and they get cushy job and teaching offers.
    They must be punished

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  10. Rick says:

    Is this a case of bringing all this out, then saying ” There is nothing we can do, the Democrats are the majority”
    Seems like Republicans talk a good game while in the minority, but crickets when in the majority.

    Liked by 3 people

    • butch cassidy says:

      Rick, we have the presidency and the senate, however, this has nothing to do with minority or majority, if the law has been broken do we have an attorney general who is willing to prosecute? As of now the jury is still out on that question.

      Liked by 3 people

    • WES says:

      Rick: Now that the guilty know they are safe, it is now safe to slowly release the details.!

      Also notice these new details are not being covered at all by the msm!

      Liked by 1 person

    • butch cassidy says:

      Rick, it has nothing to do with majority or minority. If laws were broken, do we have a attorney general who will prosecute? I guess the jury is still out on that question.

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  11. honestyoz says:

    They should “Alinsky” Stroyk, he was at the centre and his testimony looked evil. When he is done move to who empowered him. They need a poster child to keep it simple.

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    • snellvillebob says:

      What Saul Alinsky learned from Frank Nitty, he put down in a book named “Rules for Radicals”. He always said he was non-violent, but those who knew him said differently.

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  12. RM says:

    How sad is it that absent the personal courage and determination of Doug Collins, the truth would still be buried. The GOPe is as bad as the DemoNcRats.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      Collins isn’t doing this alone. At a minimum he’s discussing what and when with guys like Nunes and Jordan and Gaetz and several others.

      Liked by 6 people

      • olderwiser21 says:

        L4 – totally agree. This guy just didn’t come charging out of nowhere all by himself. There is organization behind this.

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    • Bubba Cow says:

      I think there is some organization to this – not to diminish the courage of Doug Collins.
      Don’t know what that is, but it looks and feels planned.

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  13. All Too Much says:

    Months ago there was discussion here about a woman who acted as a conduit for Lynch for communication with Team Clinton. I’ll dig back in SD archive’s, but for now, I would love it if her name comes up in one of the new couple of transcripts Collin releases. The transcripts released to date have at least one theme, and it points right at Lynch. I hope Collins follows this theme with the new material.

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    • All Too Much says:

      Amanda Renteria

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      • farrier105 says:

        It’s strange that Hillary sent Renteria instead of Abedin to ask Lynch about how deep the Midyear investigation would go. Who ever heard of Amanda Renteria. Everyone has heard of Huma Abedin.

        The letter being about what Lynch told Amanda Renteria about the email server investigation, Lynch downplaying the investigation as a “matter,” and the that that the investigation actually did not go very deep, tells me the letter the Russians stole from the DNC in 2015 is 100% genuine as it accurately reflects the reality of the rigged non-investigation.

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  14. HelloGovernorDeSantis says:

    Lighten up Francis.

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  15. I’m grateful for Rep. Doug Collins, (R)-GA, and all that he’s doing to create a bit of transparency in places that have been opaque for much too long. I’ve already sent him a thank you email. I also intend to donate to his personal re-election PAC (NEVER to the corrupt GOPe!!), but after thoroughly searching his webpage, I cannot find ANY PLACE where he solicits donations– maybe something will show up closer to election time.

    Additionally, one must use a zip code from his district if one wishes to contact him, via any format (e.g. fax, phone, email). A useful zip code in his 9th Congressional District of Georgia is for Elberton, Georgia, 30635.

    Wish my Arizona Rep. had this sort of integrity; don’t even get me started on our Senators!!

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  16. Newt Love says:

    The more the (R)s can roll out before the 2020 general election, the better.

    I’ve given up hope on PDJT declassifying the documents that will shred the (D)s. He promised to declassify them if the (D)s go after his family. I guess that his kids are premier to him, while The Republic is lower than chopped liver.

    Now, I’m actually rooting for Schiff, Nadler, and Cummings to go after Ivanka, Jerrod, Don Jr and Eric. Maybe then we Deplorables can get some declassification relief!

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    • sickconservative says:


      I’ll take our President in this fight.

      Liked by 4 people

    • John55 says:

      >>”I’ve given up hope on PDJT declassifying the documents that will shred the (D)s.”

      He cannot declassify them at present. That would be regarded as “obstruction of justice” by the Republicans in the Senate. if and when Mueller ever closes up shop, that’s when he’ll be in a position to order some docs declassified. Of course if the DOJ/FBI/CIA refuse to comply, he’ll still be limited in what he can do.

      Long story short, he’s very limited in what he can absent any sort of support from the Republican in Congress.

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    • oldumb says:

      He cannot declassify until after the criminal investigation into HIM is over. No one control files that involve an investigation into himself…the law. When mule is done the criminal investigation is also done. Patience.
      Please don’t support evil dems vs our POTUS, very unseemly and disloyal. IMO

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    • Michael Todaro says:

      Not cool Newt Love. Rethink that comment and come back later😉MAGA/KAG !

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    • J Bird says:

      Newt Love, you need to rethink encouraging Assholes going after President Trump’s family, that is not right!

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  17. Loved it when he invited them to go trout fishing in North Georgia instead of the halls of Congress!!

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  18. Newt Love says:

    Sundance, Help!

    When I load a CTH web page, sometimes one of your advertisers starts playing an inane little tune, and I can’t find where I can silence it to listen to the video you posted.

    If I can figure out which one is the culprit, I will post my complaint again. Please eliminate this pest from CTH, or get them to stop spamming us with their stupid music!

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  19. Bruce_Dern's_Finger says:

    No one wants to talk about the putative African elephant in the room. All criminal actions in the U.S. since August 28, 2008, stem from putative POtuS Obama.

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  20. grlangworth says:

    I view Rep Collins as a resource; it really matters what the rest of us do with what he releases.

    Liked by 3 people

  21. jx says:

    I see no benefit to slow walking release. Republicans are engineering a soft landing to mitigate outrage, stringing us along with little tidbits to divert attention from no prosecutions.

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    • jx says:

      Republicans have been sitting on this information for months. Were are the referrals?

      They’re going to dribble out information to “tell a story” because “the American people have a right to know” then they’ll propose new laws so that “something like this doesn’t happen again”. But under no circumstances will there be any prosecutions.

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    • Smiley says:

      JX,

      The general public need a spoon full information to make the understanding go down.

      They don’t have the benefit of Sundance to explain things that we have.

      As the story is built the public will clamor for action.

      Too fast and it will be glossed over and nothing will happen.

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      • jx says:

        Prosecutions tell the story

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      • Amy2 says:

        Agree Smiley. I was thinking that as I was reading the comments. People need to process the information, and a few will put the timeline together. If released all at once, they will get lost in the volume. It’s frustrating for people here because SD has already put the timeline together (with others) for us, and we want justice NOW!

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        • jx says:

          We are more than half way through Trump’s term. They’re dribbling out information regarding acts prior to the election. They will never get to acts occurring after the election.

          They’re running out the clock.

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          • Smiley says:

            jx wrote: “They will never get to acts occurring after the election. They’re running out the clock.”

            There are two different issues at play here. The criminal issues and the political (a) and (b) issues.

            Criminal:
            I want criminal prosecutions too. They will come from the FISA abuse. I don’t know if the unmasking will be treated criminally because they group was authorized to take that action. Was Nellie allowed to extract data as a contractor? Was Nellie authorized to share that information with a foreign operative? Those are the criminal issues.

            Political:
            (a) That is why FISA 702 renewal needs to be put before the court of public opinion for a major overhaul if it is to continue. That means the general public needs to understand how FISA was weaponized.

            (b) I believe they are teaching the public what to watch for during the upcoming election. If the information is dumped and the public doesn’t recognize the tactics then they will be repeated.

            Sundance has laid out the timeline for the Democrat efforts. Now consider what would happen if the Democrats are left to impeach Trump and use the seed of the dossier to do so. And the public is not versed well enough to counter the Democrat malarkey?

            This method ensures that the public can recognize and ignore the efforts to corrupt our political process through Deep state/Democrat/ media collusion.

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          • Amy2 says:

            For those of us who never thought it would get THIS far, I’m happy to see it. I have mostly given up on seeing any justice, so hopefully I will be pleasantly surprised.
            Vindication for the president is my first wish; especially with re-election coming up. Then, all these snakes at least being brought into the light. Even if they face jail, they will be martyrs. I saw an interview with Susan McDougal recently. She and other people still think she’s a hero. Expect the worst, hope for the best.

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    • WES says:

      JX: Just the Uniparty in action! No msm coverage either! So safe to release details!

      Like the tree falling in Forest nobody sees nor hears!

      Only covered on CTH!

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  22. Mike says:

    I recall reading that the FBI recovered emails from Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin during the time period when HRC was SS, where they BOTH referred to the Clinton’s server, it being “down again” or some other reference that makes it clear they knew about the server. Plus I recall reading Huma had an email account ON the Clinton server.

    So here again in the IG report the”prosecutors” just accept what ever Mills, Huma said, even when there is prima facia evidence they lied to the FBI. The FBI/Justice people need to go to jail more than Huma and Mills do.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      And they all got immunity???

      In my first few months on CTH a sage retired Federal prosecutor or attorney said any criminal charges are likely to include Conspiracy, which I believe he said substantially expands the SOL window; and the clock only starts after the last criminal act? What makes sense …

      No significant charges? … or …

      Charges surrounding the fradulent FISA applications, and people start singing?

      We also have Judicial Watch on our side!

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      • WES says:

        Perot: Sadly the more likely scenario is the guilty have successfully decriminalized themselves.

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      • jx says:

        Clinton served as Secretary of State January 21, 2009 – February 1, 2013.

        The general statute of limitations is 18 U.S.C. § 3282 which states that, “except as otherwise expressly provided by law” a prosecution for a non-capital offense shall be instituted within five years after the offense was committed. Five years expired February 1, 2018.

        Hopefully the SOL window is much wider.

        Note well, Feb 1, 2018 is almost a year after Sessions became AG.

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    • Geoffgo says:

      Expand Gitmo. Reinstate “waterboarding.” Even the threat of which causes most criminals to sing.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Mike – apparently these girls are very convincing at playing stoopid….really – they dindo nuthin’..!

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  23. Zorro says:

    March Madness hasn’t even started yet.

    Liked by 2 people

  24. Perot Conservative says:

    Joe DiGenova had a field day with the Lisa Page release. I believe he hoped for criminal action regarding …

    1. Civil rights
    2. Unmasking
    3. Leaking

    And was livid regarding Goodlatts (sp) foot dragging. Sebastian Gorka radio program. And why can’t Gorka pronounce his name correctly?

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  25. Right to reply says:

    Been confirmed by Priestap that McCain gave 33 page dossier to the FBI in 2016

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  26. Annie says:

    Impressed by D. Collins..going to hit his donate…jar…

    Liked by 2 people

  27. Blind no longer says:

    Doug Collins is an absolute Patriot!!! We need more men like him i the halls of Congress!!!
    One huge question about the releases…WHY is there no outcry from the Dems/Media about the release?? You would think they’d be standing on their heads screaming holy hell about this, but crickets! Suddenly you can’t find Schitt, Warner, Feinstein, Pelosi, Nadler. What gives?

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  28. drdeb says:

    I am proud of my representative for finally coming forth and representing us. There was a time he was so timid that there was a serious effort to keep him from being re-elected.

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  29. Cathy M. says:

    How many times over the last few months were we told that the Muellar report likely will be released in 2 weeks?

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  30. Elle says:

    If that f’ing bastard wins we all hang from nooses.

    Once Trump won, they really had nothing to lose with their insurance policy and other antics.

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  31. Bryan Alexander says:

    So, Clinton, Abedin, Mills and the rest of the crew are using a defense that they are so stupid that they don’t even realize that they might be handling Classified information and have no idea what the requirements are in handling it?

    That is odd. When I was trained in handling classified information, none of their arguments would have worked in any shape, form or fashion..

    I would have been fired, arrested, charged and convicted.

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    • Blind no longer says:

      I’m still laughing that Mills and Abedin said they didn’t know she (Hillary) had a private server!!! They were just like Obama and found out like everybody else…through the news..LMAO!

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    • botchedcasuality says:

      Smiley, how do you have this faith in the electorate? Hilary stole Bernie’s place, illegally redirected Dem funds to herself, Donna Brazil fed debate question to Hillary twice, Debbie Wasserman Schultz orchestrated the Bernie burn and aided and abetted thieves and likely colluded with Pakistani espionage agents and god knows what else. Hillary, Huma and Mills were never sworn in, Podestas are scot free, and no one is outraged. Warner had stealth communications with Steele/Fusion, Shiff had clandestine meetups with Glen Simpson, Feinstein directed the attempt to destroy Kavinaugh and none of the lying trash involved have been charged, that’s just a smidge of the topics that should have every Citizen outraged and marching in the streets.
      As long as citizens will not call out a wrong and demand accountability nothing absolutely nothing will true the course. It is past time that Patriots don the yellow vests and end the police state, the malicious crushing of our First amendment, the massive theft of taxes via unaccountable alphabet agencies…….Weiner has been charged and served his time and still no one is in jail, ….. it is a stinking slimy cess pool of soulless wretches, I have lost faith.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Bryan – you and the rest of the world…..

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  32. PDJT should be the leader of the Republican party. He is not. Granted us deplorables have his back and we look to him as our leader. However, the people WE elected to support him and advance his and our agenda turned their backs on us and him. May they rot in hell.

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  33. Fools Gold says:

    Sheryl Mills thought a server was someone who served her breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It’s 2019 now. How pathetic is that…good lord!

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  34. Treehuggger says:

    I like Collins I think he’s strong

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    • tarheel69 says:

      I think that sence these releases by Doug Collins and our attorney general Mr Barr saying publicly that Mr Trumps declared emergency on the boarder is on sound ground and lawful is going to be the turning point in Trumps presidency our President has the truth on his side on the things that matter the rest is noise.I just now heard Bill Bennet say that our President was the kind of guy that if he walked upon a fight he would politely ask may I join Mr Bennett was on tonight’s Mark Levin show…MAGA…

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    • covfefe999 says:

      But he voted yes for “transparency”. Listen to the end of the interview when Maria asks him why he voted that way. Very bizarre reason, He’s not being truthful.

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  35. trapper says:

    There is a real possibility the Republicans will be too wonky and blow this.

    You don’t teach history as facts and events. You teach concepts first. Once the concepts are established you present facts and show how they fit the concepts. But first you establish the concepts, the outline. An example is the opening statement in a trial. You tell the jury the broad story of what happened and how the evidence you will present will fit into that story. You don’t just start throwing documents at them.

    The Republicans must first establish the conceptual history of Crossfire Hurricane. The facts they roll out will then have context and meaning. The creation of the basic dossier in 2000 by Jacoby and Simpson, its resurrection in 2016 by the Clinton campaign, the laundering of the dossier through Steele for an IC gloss of credibility, the planting of the collusion narrative in the DOJ and FBI as an IC concern by Brennan, the FBI/DOJ use of the laundered dossier to get FISA warrants, the resulting surveillance and wire taps on the Trump campaign and transition team, and the continued spying well into the Trump presidency, by a cabal within DOJ and FBI who sought to overturn a legitimate election. Forget China, NAFTA, globalists, etc. That’s for us here. Keep it simple. Just give ‘em the gunsel.

    It is time for the Republicans to communicate this big-picture conceptual history of what took place. It has to be short and simple and clear so people can understand it, print it out, and plug facts in as they are rolled out.

    200 words or less, a couple short paragraphs. It’s not hard. This entire comment is 287 words. Will they do it?

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    • oldumb says:

      A big problem is the 8 minute news segment. It is a piece of this and a piece of that, enough time to lay it out in a full some way.TV new sucks and cant get the job done. It needs to be done in a Hollywood style infotainment show With graphics and time lines.

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  36. iwasthere says:

    Obviously, Collins is having to release the transcripts because the DOJ can’t (will not) conduct it’s review. Imagine being the DOJ staffer having the transcript review dumped on your desk. You just know for a fact, that your career @ DOJ is over if you release, but you also know that if you don’t conduct the review your career might be over (but probably very much less so). So you do nothing (analysis paralysis) classic government operation. This is sitting on a GS-14 desk, the kind of guy or gal, that has a desk 2 feet high in memos and work product, that get by and promoted by being the designated do nothing (never make a decision), GS-14. But it does indicate that DOJ is full of political hacks from top to bottom. Cross those hacks and your career is over for walking out the door with a government pen in your pocket.

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  37. covfefe999 says:

    I’m not impressed. What’s up with the dribbling of transcripts? Why not release the entire mess at once along with a summary, like the Nunes memo?

    I don’t like that we have to hope that AG Barr does the right thing.

    And Collins’ response regarding voting for “transparency” is laughable. He voted yes because he didn’t want a result that was split by party? What?

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Nevermind on that last point. I forgot Trump said he encouraged Republicans to vote yes.

      I still get the feeling like we’re being strung along. People who appear to be our allies are in fact not interested in pursuing justice. I’m a principled person, I will make sacrifices to do what’s right. I wish there were more people in Congress who acted the same way.

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  38. gildie says:

    Rep Collins has to change his messaging style. This rapid-fire cramming 25 facts into 15 seconds of airtime is giving people ice cream brain-freeze. He has to hammer his answers into missiles aimed at people’s hearts, not their heads.
    Hey Collins, here’s an example. “These traitorous bastards tried to do to Trump what John Wilkes Boothe did to President Lincoln. Only difference is they shot & missed. Were they arrested for it?
    Hell no. They all walked away laughing & giving the finger to the American people. Well, there’s supposed to be a new sheriff in town. What do you say, Mr Barr?”

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  39. abdiesus says:

    Of course it helps a lot that they are not really supposed to be successful, just “look like” they are “trying” – at least enough to fool the majority of the GOP voters. Rule #1 with the Uniparty: Everything GOP does that looks good to you is actually just smoke and mirrors, E.V.E.R.Y.T.H.I.N.G.

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  40. lurker2 says:

    How much time are we giving Barr to start investigating the traitors before we give up on him? We already lost 2 years, can’t lose any more time.

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  41. JTR says:

    Doug Collins is my Rep! He really is making us proud in NE GA, and we are happy about it. We really do have great trout fishing up here. I live near Panther Creek!

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  42. Sue Fowler says:

    Surely no one expects a dem to be indicted or imprisoned over barry’s, hildog’s and kerry’s treason. The mule is all part of the same leftist conspiracy to turn America into a dumbed down 3rd world nation. And it’s working. If you hire or just go to your local market, you will see and hear the foreign speaking population multiplying and overcoming.
    Just sit and wait. Yellow Vests will be marching in England. Police have warned them. French are facing armed gendarmes. Germans are sheeple. What are legal Americans?

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