Chairman Jerry Nadler: We Seek Evidence of “Betrayals to the Public Interest”…

As often stated, Democrats are not trying to use the ‘impeachment’ process in the technical sense of the word; in the words of House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler they want to use hearings to show President Trump guilty of “betrayals to the public interest“, a purely political construct.

While this interview is somewhat insufferable to watch, it is valuable from the sense of revealing the political scheme as the House plans to continue advancing the Russian collusion-conspiracy for maximum political value.  Chairman Nadler is very forthcoming in the plan, watch:


Nadler plans to use his committee throughout the summer for show-trials with witness testimony from the Mueller investigative group, starting with Robert Mueller.  The Democrats will then extract testimony from some of the rehearsed 19 lawyers and 40 FBI investigators to advance their narrative.

DAG Rod Rosenstein is entirely responsible for this mess.  Rosenstein set this entire ‘obstruction’/’conspiracy’ case in motion with a designed and intentional appointment of Robert Mueller.  Together with the assembled small group, they are still working through a carefully orchestrated plan.

This is a long way from being over…

It is likely President Trump sees where this is going, and realizes exposing the origin of the fraud is his best political defense.  Unfortunately, if President Trump goes first the media will water down the backstory about how the DOJ and FBI was/is weaponized to take down his presidency.   So team Trump have to wait until after the Pelosi, Nadler, Schiff and Cummings team go first.

The important part of this dynamic to recognize is how the overall larger deployment of the scheme is still ongoing.  The FBI through Chris Wray, David Bowditch, Dana Boente and the career office investigators/officials, many of which have worked on the plan for over three years, are still working against the administration.

Whether the top suites of Main Justice (DOJ) are still participating is unknown.  Attorney General William Barr’s motives and intents are still unclear, and caution should be applied.

With Rosenstein and Mueller still participating in the greatest soft-coup in our nation’s history, there is obviously a great deal of pressure on AG William Barr to join his life-long friends, get rid of Trump and gain the accolades of the administrative state.

Deputy AG Jeffrey Rosen, Rod Rosenstein’s replacement, is having his confirmation hearing Wednesday April 10th.

FBI Director James Comey was fired on Tuesday May 9th, 2017.

According to his own admissions (NBC and CBS), Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe immediately began a criminal ‘obstruction’ investigation the next day, Wednesday May 10th; and he immediately enlisted Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

These McCabe statements line up with with text message conversations between FBI lawyer Lisa Page and FBI agent Peter Strzok – (same dates 5/9 and 5/10):

(text message link)

It now appears that important redaction is “POTUS” or “TRUMP”.  [Yes, this is evidence that some unknown DOJ officials redacted information from these texts that would have pointed directly to the intents of the DOJ and FBI. WARNING: Don’t get hung on it.]

The next day, Thursday May 11th, 2017, Andrew McCabe testifies to congress. With the Comey firing fresh in the headlines, Senator Marco Rubio asked McCabe: “has the dismissal of Mr. Comey in any way impeded, interrupted, stopped, or negatively impacted any of the work, any investigation, or any ongoing projects at the Federal Bureau of Investigation?”

McCabe responded: “So there has been no effort to impede our investigation to date. Quite simply put, sir, you cannot stop the men and women of the FBI from doing the right thing, protecting the American people and upholding the Constitution.”

However, again referencing his own admissions, on Friday May 12th McCabe met with DAG Rod Rosenstein to discuss the issues, referencing the criminal ‘obstruction’ case McCabe had opened just two days before.  According to McCabe:

… “[Rosenstein] asked for my thoughts about whether we needed a special counsel to oversee the Russia case. I said I thought it would help the investigation’s credibility. Later that day, I went to see Rosenstein again. This is the gist of what I said: I feel strongly that the investigation would be best served by having a special counsel.” (link)

Recap: Tuesday-Comey Fired; Wednesday-McCabe starts criminal ‘obstruction’ case; Thursday-McCabe testifies to congress “no effort to impede”; Friday-McCabe and Rosenstein discuss Special Counsel.

After the weekend, Monday May 15th, McCabe states he and Rosenstein conferred again about the Special Counsel approach. McCabe: “I brought the matter up with him again after the weekend.”

Now, overlaying what we know now that we did not know in 2018, to include the John Dowd interview and McCabe admissions, a very clear picture emerges.

On Tuesday May 16th, Rod Rosenstein takes Robert Mueller to the White House to talk with the target of the ‘obstruction’ criminal investigation, under the ruse of bringing Mueller in for a meeting about becoming FBI Director.  This meeting was quite literally advanced reconnaissance.

The next day, Wednesday May 17th, 2017, Rod Rosenstein and Andrew McCabe go to brief the congressional “Gang-of-Eight”: Paul Ryan, Nancy Pelosi, ¹Devin Nunes, Adam Schiff, Mitch McConnell, Chuck Schumer, Richard Burr and Mark Warner.

… […] “On the afternoon of May 17, Rosenstein and I sat at the end of a long conference table in a secure room in the basement of the Capitol. We were there to brief the so-called Gang of Eight—the majority and minority leaders of the House and Senate and the chairs and ranking members of the House and Senate Intelligence Committees. Rosenstein had, I knew, made a decision to appoint a special counsel in the Russia case.”

[…] “After reminding the committee of how the investigation began, I told them of additional steps we had taken. Then Rod took over and announced that he had appointed a special counsel to pursue the Russia investigation, and that the special counsel was Robert Mueller.” (link)

Immediately following this May 17, 2017, Go8 briefing, Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein notified the public of the special counsel appointment.

According to President Trump’s Attorney John Dowd, the White House was stunned by the decision. [Link] Coincidentally, AG Jeff Sessions was in the oval office for unrelated business when White House counsel Don McGahn came in and informed the group.  Jeff Sessions immediately offered his resignation, and Sessions’ chief-of-staff Jody Hunt went back to the Main Justice office to ask Rosenstein what the hell was going on.

Now, with hindsight and full understanding of exactly what the purposes and intents were for Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein to bring Robert Mueller to the White House, revisit this video from June 2017:


The DOJ (Rosenstein) and FBI (McCabe) activity in coordination with the Robert Mueller team was always about the obstruction case from day one; heck, even before Robert Mueller was appointed.

The totality of all effort has always been to protect the ruse of the Russia investigation by throwing out nonsense Russian indictments and keeping Manafort, Flynn and Papadopoulos (the original spygate targets) under control…. while the focus was on building the obstruction case against President Trump.

It could not be any more clear than it is today.


It’s all about controlling the “narrative”.


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125 Responses to Chairman Jerry Nadler: We Seek Evidence of “Betrayals to the Public Interest”…

  1. freepetta says:

    Nadler’s feud with Trump goes back decades ago when “FATTY NADDY” tried to stop one of Trump’s major building projects in his Congressional district.
    Needless to say, NADDY lost!!
    I will NEVER EVER be tired of WINNING!!

    Liked by 3 people

  2. How can a President be found to have “betrayed the public trust” if that splinter of “the public” one represents never trusted that President in the first place, and indeed solemnly pledged the morning after the election to “resist” that President and his agenda at every turn, and in every conceivable way?

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  3. Battleship Wisconsin says:

    Along about the end of July, 2019, the president should announce that he will be calling the Congress into special session for the entire month of August to consider the question of his impeachment. No other business should be included in the president’s call for a special session.

    Here is why …..

    The Democrats will be forced into the position where they must put up or shut up. They either vote articles of impeachment against President Trump in late August, 2019, or else they lose the big political battle with Evil Orange Man right then and there.

    The president’s call for a special session of Congress will also force the press to fully cover the House impeachment hearings — and any subsequent trial in the Senate — in all of their gory details.

    Everything that happened behind the scenes with The Big Ugly and The Insurance Policy from mid-summer 2015 on through the summer of 2019 will be fair game for public release. The press will have no other choice but to report the entire impeachment story, not just those parts of it the press wants the public to hear.

    If the Democrats can’t push a vote of impeachment through by the end of August, 2019, they lose the big political battle with Evil Orange Man by default.

    But if the House does vote articles of impeachment, it will be a straight party line vote and the argument can then be made that the articles of impeachment are part of a massive political witch hunt. The subsequent trial in the Senate, with its focus on The Big Ugly and The Insurance Policy, would be a media circus like no other in American history.

    A trial in the Senate will end in Trump’s acquittal, leaving the remainder of Trump’s term open for making progress on healthcare and on immigration. Once the impeachment fight is over, if the Democrats and the never-Trump Republicans refuse to cooperate with President Trump on issues of vital national importance, they will be rightly accused of being nothing but obstructionists.

    What should be done between now and then?

    Between April and July of 2019, the president’s enemies in the Congress and in the press should be encouraged to go as far as they can possibly go in pushing the Russia collusion and obstruction of justice narratives, plus whatever other charges they think can be made to stick.

    By the middle of July, 2019, their entire hand will be fully revealed and the best tactical plan for defeating them will be self-evident. In late July, the president announces that a special session of Congress is being called to consider the question of impeachment, at which point the preliminary warm-up exercises are done and the Great Game begins.

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    • Invisigoth says:

      THIS is excellent advice, and I hope someone reads it.

      Liked by 2 people

    • jbowen82 says:

      Unfortunately, he can’t call a special session if they are already in a regular session. The normal modern practice is that Congress stays in session for the entire two years, and just periodically takes recesses. Great idea, but it has almost zero chance of ever happening.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Battleship Wisconsin says:

        The last time a special session of Congress, as it is defined constitutionally, was called by the president was in July, 1948. It was done by President Truman as part of his political fight with the Republicans over the ‘do nothing’ Congress.

        George W. Bush called the Congress back from recess in 2005 to address legislation needed to fund disaster recovery from Katrina. The Congress was still ‘in session’ but it was ‘in recess’ when the hurricane and the immediate aftermath occurred. No one on either side of the aisle had a problem with coming back from the recess, and the president’s call wasn’t challenged on constitutional or procedural grounds.

        Things would be different if President Trump called Congress back from their August 2019 recess to vote on his impeachment.

        A vote for impeachment in the House and a subsequent trial in the Senate would be a disastrous move for the Democrats. Everything that has gone on for the last three years in the DC Swamp would come to a boil and the pressure would blow the top off the tea kettle. Just what is needed, in other words.

        The real question being raised here is how to go about forcing the House of Representatives to hold a floor vote on articles of impeachment so that the vote occurs at a time of President Trump’s own choosing.

        Liked by 1 person

        • jbowen82 says:

          Perhaps a Republican discharge petition could attract enough support from the loony Left to overcome the House leadership. I believe at least one impeachment bill’s been filed.


          • Battleship Wisconsin says:

            jbowen82, think about a scenario where the discharge petition for the articles of impeachment receives all the votes of the House Republicans, but none of the votes of the House Democrats. How would Nancy Pelosi explain that one?

            Liked by 1 person

    • Nice, a sting. Da, da, da, do dum, do dum, do dum,….


  4. xsnake ralf says:

    Jerry waddler did his level best to keep as much of Kenneth Starr’s Starr Report from being shown to the public…..back in the late 90s.
    A lot of stuff about cigars and Bill and Monica, etc.

    Liked by 1 person

    • WSB says:

      He just didn’t want to remember that a special prosecutor was different than a special counsel. Even the Muslim Marine Propagandist’s wife knew that one.


  5. xsnake ralf says:

    Jerry waddler did his level best to keep as much of Kenneth Starr’s Starr Report from being shown to the public…..back in the late 90s.
    A lot of stuff about cigars and Bill and Monica, etc.


  6. Invisigoth says:

    Nadler and House Judiciary have no right to subpoena grand jury material under Rule 6(e) unless they begin impeachment proceedings according to legal precedent set by McKeever.

    Pelosi doesn’t want to go there. They want to leak damaging and unsubstantiated allegations to build the case for impeachment, but the public is tired of this nonsense. If there is no crime, then move on.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Dutchman says:

      They KNOW they aren’t gonna GET the grand jury material!
      They don’t WANT to get the grand jury material.
      Any more than they want, or actually expect to get, DJT’s tax returns.
      Then, they can make all sorts of b.s. allegations about whats IN the material “we and the American people, are being prevented from seeing by this Whitehouse!”

      THATS the goal, NOT actually getting the material.

      Liked by 1 person

      • WSB says:

        This is why I am chuckling at my image of Mr. Barr leaning over Mueller’s shoulder saying,”ut uh, Bob, that one needs to be redacted, too…remember, no crime…no inuendo.”

        Liked by 1 person

      • Invisigoth says:

        No, they want the grand jury material, because you can say anything in that setting without pushback. They don’t care how the grand jury ruled. They just want to sensationalize this material and use it against Trump in 2020 as opposition research.

        They want Trump’s tax returns, too, not to prove collusion, but to harass everyone he has ever done business with. The Democrats want to ruin him and his family by any means possible. They couldn’t find him guilty of a crime, but if he’d lost the election, they would have created a crime to put him in jail.

        Once he won, they didn’t let bygones be bygones, either. They tried to get SCOTUS to prevent him from taking office. These people won’t give up.


  7. xsnake ralf says:

    Jerry Waddler did his best to keep info from the Starr Report from being released to the public, back in the 90s.
    Seems that there was stuff in there involving charming Billy and cigars and Monica and how they interacted.


  8. Nancy Joy Murphy says:

    Mueller and Rosenstein ‘ambushed’ President Trump, first with the job interview & then with the SC appointment. That’s a Comey tactic- remember how he bragged about getting agents to interview Flynn with no attorney present? That’s exactly what went on with Mueller and Rosenstein. They probably hoped Trump would say something during the interview that could add to the pending prosecution. Comey’s fingerprints are all over this. They were gonna get Trump fired, just like they got Flynn fired. Treason.

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    • Dutchman says:

      In the DOJ and FBI, they have a technical term they use, for this particular type of ‘set up’, like was used on Flynn and PDJT.

      They call it F*ck, as in “First we F*ck Flynn, then we F*ck Trump!”

      See how knowing the technical terms of art, used by the principle, broadens your understanding of their texts?

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    • WSB says:

      Which is a giggle because Citizen Trump had a long standing feud with Bob over golf fees in 2011, so President Trump would NEVER trust this meeting, no? Would Rosenstein not have known this?

      It has dawned on a few of us that Reince Priebus and McGahn would have approved and scheduled this meeting.

      President Trump also did say he told Bob he would never be FBI Director…so, at the very most he may have been shocked at the scandalous response to that rebuke the next day.


  9. Carson Napier says:

    ” Chairman Jerry Nadler they want to use hearings to show President Trump guilty of “betrayals to the public interest“, a purely political construct.”

    Sounds like something straight out of Orwell. Or maybe Stalin

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  10. Moe Grimm says:

    From this punk Nadler that’s RICH from someone who is in point of fact himself, along with many more like ilk a “Betrayal of the public interest”. And another cut from Strzok/Page diatribe of Treson… how about the one in which Strzok surfaces at least his cursory relationship, probably on Mordor’s cocktail party circuit, with FISA “judge” Rudolf Contreras. I’ve NEVER heard this question and many more posed to him in ANY congressional “hearing”. ENough of this useless coversation. All that matters now is:
    1. Investigating the true tresonous cowards and conspirators.
    2. Indictments.
    3. Maximum penalties applied. And served.
    4. The Muzloid’s participation. Does ANYONE in a homeostatic state of mind actually believe he was not at LEAST a passive, let alone, and likely active, participant in this historically unprecedented plot to first Block, and when it failed, FRAME this lawfully elected President? More than this, one who historians who will one day record as the most effective in American history itself. No matter the ultimate outcome hopefully other than armed civil insurrection which is very much a possibility when some 50% of a profoundly misinformed brain dead “electorate” seeks demographic replacement at the hands of satanic and rabid cultural marxists.

    At least three of clinton’s and the Muzloid’s hand maidens have committed crimes, more Treason against the Heartland so profound (Co-Me, Brennan, Clapper) they equal death by hanging which by the way our Founding Fathers would have expediently carried out. Yet, we expending useless hot air as these Serpents tout books and spew like toxic vomit their treasonous musings under appearance contracts to cultural marxist useful IDIOTS: MSLSD, CNN, the JYT, ad infinitum while waiting for usual Uniparty suspects Wm. Barr and Linda GrayHam to deliver “justice”. At what desperate and excessively LATE point is enough, ENOUGH?


  11. Sue Fowler says:

    No, I didn’t read. Dems/RINO’s are insufferable. And bag the word “construct”. An excuse for harassment.


  12. BitterC says:

    FWIW, I still think the person they wanted to lock up in a chargeable way is General Flynn. Before President Trump fired Comey they had only the “go easy on Flynn” thing to use for an obstruction charge.
    We will see


  13. Richard Orberson says:

    His son (Michael Nadler) got a job with Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP in 2018. That’s convenient because Jerry Nadler and the Democrats just won control of the House in 2018. Gibson Dunn & Crutcher hire Jerry’s son and Gibson Dunn & Crutcher are the main Nemesis against Trump and the Trump Administration on numerous lawsuits. Now the Nadler family will gain access to thousands of Trump documents via Jerry’s subpoenas!,” our insider stated.

    Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) told Charlie Rose in 1998 that Starr’s report included grand jury testimony, which cannot be made public unless overridden by the House of Representatives. Nadler is also one of the leading proponents pushing for the full release of Mueller’s report, which likewise includes grand jury material.


  14. Mr deplorable says:

    “Chairman Jerry Nadler: We Seek Evidence of “Betrayals to the Public Interest”, you need look no further than yourself, and your party, lackwit.


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