Devin Nunes Asks President Trump To Question PM Theresa May Over U.K. Involvement in “Spygate”…

Oh dear, ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, Devin Nunes, is asking President Trump to question U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May:

(source)

This is a very public letter.  Obviously British diplomats, politicians and intelligence officials will have immediately read it.  Perhaps Chairman Devin Nunes is opening the door for President Trump to aid in a more, well, diplomatic approach to the questions.

Heck, there’s no guarantee Theresa May will still be Prime Minister on Friday.  The U.K. election for representatives to the EU parliament is tomorrow, Thursday 5/23/19.  There’s a possibility Nigel Farage’s newly formed Brexit Party is going to win big in that election…. If that happens, U.K. politics will be completely disrupted.

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300 Responses to Devin Nunes Asks President Trump To Question PM Theresa May Over U.K. Involvement in “Spygate”…

  1. Praise God for Devin Nunes!
    Go get ‘er Trump!

    Liked by 36 people

  2. Winning Inc. says:

    I think we’re going to see some resignations in British intelligence like we saw with Italy. Then maybe Australia as well. The dominoes will fall.

    Liked by 27 people

    • WSB says:

      John Solomon is on Hannity tonight as well, and has started a case to find out more. Says the British government WARNED PT of Steele.

      Not sure what to think.

      Liked by 11 people

      • WSB says:

        FISA inquiry motion asking the Court to confirm conduct of the FBI and any actions taken in response.

        Liked by 9 people

      • WSB says:

        Apologies…Solomon did NOT address the British angle with that comment. Nunes did. Someone on foreign soil was running a counterintelligence operation.

        Has spoken at length to intelligence officials in the UK. He believes that the Brits gave our country a warning about Steele.

        Liked by 10 people

        • Amy2 says:

          If that’s the case, looks even worse for Brennan et al (rhymes with cabal)!

          Liked by 5 people

        • Austin Holdout says:

          Looks like the Brits are getting in on the finger pointing. Wonder what took them 2.5 years to speak up? (Sideways glance)

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          • Michael Kunz says:

            Quite Simple, May might be ostensibly British, but she’s an EU shill,tied to Mutti Merkel. Now ask yourself. who would the oligarchic EU have preffered in Power, The Obama/Hilary camp, or Trump? Not dissimilar to the Turnbull Goverment in Australia. Scott Morrison will be America/Freedom friendly, Turnbull dabbled in Labor, before going into the left wing of the Libs, so Downer would have been doing his bidding.I’m an ex-Limey, now Aussie, the people of both countries, in the main love America, we are just now sorting out the meatheads who have been heading us in the wrong direction.

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    • hoghead says:

      There already was a big one, the head GCHQ, Robert Hannigan, resigned right after POTUS was sworn into office in Jan., 2017.

      Liked by 19 people

    • donna kovacevic says:

      Please God have Justine Trudope resign. God Bless PDJT.

      Liked by 9 people

    • Julian says:

      The Australians have already resigned. Downer, Keenan, Bishop.

      Liked by 5 people

    • livefreeordieguy says:

      Were they resignations in Italy…. or “resignations”?… aka firings… We need a lot more of the latter (though we’ve had our share)… coupled with indictments.

      Liked by 1 person

    • RLTW says:

      Resignations? These are acts of war and President Trump should treat it as such. When exactly, since they burned down the White House and we waged war against them and kicked them out of our Country, did the British become our allies? Because we saved them from the Germans in WW I and again in WW II?

      They have always hated us and sought our downfall. As have all the Countries of Europe. No need to drop bombs on these weak little snobs. The European socialist experiment has been subsidized off the backs of the American Middle Class ever since the end of WW II. Just cut them off from trade and pull out of NATO.

      What will happen when the tens of millions of muslims in Europe no longer receive their welfare checks and free housing? Stand back and watch it burn!

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      • JohninMK says:

        Please don’t tar all Brits with your brush.

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        • RLTW says:

          I don’t tar all Brits. Just your elites. I did a lot of great missions with the 22 SAS in Afghanistan and Iraq. I have a lot of “Mates” who stay at my house when they come here to the US for vacation. My Mates agree with everything I say and are eager to begin the extermination of the invading muslim horde.

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      • mike says:

        He has a point about ending welfare to UK to its own benefit.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      Steele always had his hand out promoting. I would have asked how much Steele was paid by UK intelligence.

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  3. And the last question…could I (The VSGPDJT) take Julian Assange and Christopher Steele with me back to the US if I promise o eventually return them?)

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    • Dutchman says:

      In the case of C.S., he may be DEAD, having been hung for espionage, or incarcerated to death, but will return ‘him’ (remains).
      Praying for Brexit party to throw ALL the bums out, get a trade deal with U.S. that gets their people back to work and off the dole,…and for Tommy Robinson.

      And yes, given whats happening, inquiries about Julien Assange are DEFINETLY appropriate, at this juncture.

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    • franuche says:

      Pardon Assange.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Patrick healy says:

      Kevin,
      Don’t forget the skullduggery surrounding the alleged Russian positioning of ex Russian spy Skerpil(?) and his daughter in Sailsbury – a stones throw from British spying HQ and Porton Down UK chemical warfare laboratories.
      This whole thing stinks to high heaven.
      In any case as Sundance points out we will be Theresa May light by the time your President faces the paid for (by Sorearse) mob of protesters over here next week.

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  4. Michael Kunz says:

    Hang the cow!

    Liked by 4 people

  5. Michael Kunz says:

    Hang the cow!

    Liked by 2 people

  6. DJT2020 says:

    Dominos are falling.

    Liked by 7 people

  7. Bob Cobb says:

    British pooping in their breeches right now.

    Liked by 7 people

  8. MagaMia says:

    If Nigel Farage is elected he can help blow this thing wide open! 😄

    Liked by 20 people

  9. This will be Donald and Nigel’s Excellent Adventure.
    Seriously, this is GOOD news!

    Liked by 28 people

  10. Mr BiG Time says:

    Wow! What a pic of DJT and the stare down of Ms May.

    Ladies and Gentleman, we have a Bad Ass and president!
    Predator and protector at the highest level. MAGA. Love it!

    Liked by 20 people

  11. Elaine Keller says:

    Ha! Resigning so she won’t have to answer PDJT’s questions? (I kid) 😂

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  12. Elaine Keller says:

    Ha! Resigning so she won’t have to answer PDJT’s questions? (I kid) 😂

    Liked by 2 people

  13. Lis says:

    Whoa. I was gonna say Whoa Nellie, but…that’s next.

    Liked by 5 people

  14. I’m almost as impressed with the President’s restraint in holding his cards as I am in anticipation of the satisfaction of seeing him put them on the table.

    Liked by 31 people

    • Dutchman says:

      Clivus;
      Very well said. I really thing a BIG part of his VSG (learned from his Dad) is to put aside emotion, totally when making decisions or taking actions.
      VERY difficult for most people, but to him it is his standard modus operandi.

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      • WSB says:

        Sun Tzu…Art of War.

        Liked by 12 people

        • livefreeordieguy says:

          Exactly, WSB… PDJT does not get enough credit for his amazing restraint… Liberals and the media (but I repeat myself) would laugh at that comment… We can only imagine his impulses (fire Mueller! fire Rosenstein! Declassify!) and we would all have them. But when you think about it, he has resisted temptation and impulse in many areas that would have meant disaster and it has served him well. He is free now (nothing is protected as “the subject of the Mueller probe” any longer) and he holds ALL of the cards. Sun Tzu… The Art of War.

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      • Austin Holdout says:

        If one has any appreciation for evil gamesmanship, I think one would have to say evil Nancy won a point today. They figured out that, if you want to bait PT, you have to catch him within the first hour while he is having his pure emotional reaction and before he thinks it over and strategy kicks in. I think they wanted to 1. Take away any ability of PT to say “I worked with Dems and we got new infrastructure 2. Craft their foray into impeachment 3. Go into 2020 saying “we showed up to get the American people bridges and roads and Trump refused to work with us” and 4. Be able to say “see we’re not wasting time with impeachment-the President has said he won’t work with us on any legislation.

        I wish he had sat and listened to their BS, told them “thank you. I’ll take your ideas under advisement” and casually blown them off over several months. His reaction was normal and what most humans would have done, but I think it gave them fodder for their impeachment theater.

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        • fabrabbit says:

          Austin: I am a great fan of VSGPDJT but I do agree with you. Interesting though I expected the Dims to say “see he won’t work with us” but instead they were all about the cover up. BTW: what is he supposed to be covering up?

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          • Austin Holdout says:

            They don’t know or care. All they had to do was ask for several things they knew they couldn’t get and, voila! “The administration said ‘no’. They must be hiding something.” It’s all theater so they have pots and pans to bang together to try and drown out the sound of the freight train that’s headed right at them.

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          • Fubu says:

            Oh come on… you know.. those documents that he’s getting ready to release. /sarc

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          • 1stgoblyn says:

            All the ‘underlying documents’ Mueller used in his investigation of the Trump campaign and presidency. You know, everything that VSPGPDJT has turned over. In essence, they are calling Mueller a liar.
            I recall someone at some point in time saying that doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results is a sign of insanity. Hmmm…the dims are crazy?

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        • MustangBlues says:

          ”’I wish he had sat and listened to their BS, told them “thank you.”
          Ha! You cannot be serious?!

          Don’t play nice with snakes, especially the toxic democrat communist subspecies,

          He left the room when it filled with the foul stench of democrat lying and jiving.

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    • ParteaGirl says:

      Incredible patience. And besides, revenge is a dish best served cold.

      Liked by 1 person

  15. grumpyqs says:

    POTUS Trump and his small team have a great sense of timing and point for their trolling! Waiting anxiously for the results.

    Liked by 2 people

  16. Albertus Magnus says:

    The video regarding May resigning is a parody video and is fake. However, with the resignation today of one of her leading ministers and the announcement that others will follow if she doesn’t resign, does signal she will be gone this week.

    She is to the Tory party what McCain and Romney are to the conservative movement in the US.

    Finally, Farage and his compatriots if they win tomorrow, will be able to work for Brexit in Brussels, but really cannot legislatively stop the second Brexit referendum, although his election will signal the will of the people of Britain.

    God bless PDJT, Farage, MAGA and BREXIT forces and all of those seeking to restore sovereignity to their own people..

    Liked by 20 people

    • Dekester says:

      I just talked to my best mate in Scotland. Farage will win by miles, short of some Shenanigans May is gone as the knives are truly out. We should remember that their media is controlled nearly as much as that in the U.S.

      The folks in the U.K. are seriously pi**ed off.

      Orban the Hungarian P.M. a great friend of Farage and PDJT will be battling alongside Farage. The E.U. is really in trouble.😊

      God bless PDJT

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      • riflema says:

        Ok, I’ll ask, if no-one else has: what assistance did the Remain campaign get from Obama and his various agencies? If that is ever revealed it would truly be the cherry on top of this delicious mess!

        Liked by 10 people

        • dwpender says:

          Anybody think that, at a minimum, our “intelligence community” was spying on Farage whenever he visited the US (reciprocating for the “services” GCHQ was rendering on various Trump campaign advisors when they were in Britain or the EU)?

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        • trialbytruth says:

          The obvious one was his remarks that as fare as trade went if they predicted they would go to the back of the queue.

          Of course that boomeranged nationalist to not appreciate foreign actors coming in and telling them how to run things.

          As to agencies I would imagine it was all globalist all the time

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  17. Great questions by Nunes, but we think we all know that the UK branch of Davos Inc. won’t candidly answer any of these questions. For a genuine reckoning to take place, first there must be a paradigm shift that collapses the ideological and institutional girders that support Davos Inc.

    The good news is that just such a paradigm shift appears to be breaking on the horizon – with the rise of the Brexit Party being another good sign. It’s funny how seemingly all-powerful regimes like Davos Inc. can go from being invincible to brittle overnight.

    At that point, it’s just a matter of whether the worst actors among Davos Inc. get to continue breathing. That’s really up to them.

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    • Newhere says:

      The fact they won’t answer is a big reason to ask the questions publicly — and try to time for maximum impact. Like the day before a big election when citizens are (hopefully) pouring out to give the finger to British Deep State. For example.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Yeah, I think Nunes was TROLLING, ….THATS why the letter was made public, as if Nunes was serious, he could have sent it privately.

      This was a “We KNOW what you did, and,…”Lucy, you got some SPLAININ TO DO!”

      These are the ‘affecting relations with our allies’ objections to declassifying, being addressed.

      Once the documents are released, we will get confirmation that the ‘sources and methods’were NOT S&m for legitimate espionage, but for s&m for a failed coup.

      Big ugly, indeed!

      Liked by 4 people

      • Doppler says:

        Dutchman, Nunes’s letter definitely suggests he already knows at least some of the answers. This is Kabuki Theater. Someone is orchestrating the process by which the damning information comes out. Nunes gets to play a key role because he deserves to.

        It wouldn’t surprise me if PDJT also slips some key information to the Queen, allowing her to demand explanations from May and other elected and appointed officials for their abuses of power. The monarch is charged with maintaining the dignity of the British government, while Parliament and the Prime Minister are charged with its efficient operation. The latter is at a low point. The public is up in arms. Enter the Queen, stage right, to shame the incompetent traitors, reassert dignity, as a new government is formed.

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    • CMDCMRET says:

      They seemed invincible as they were invisible to the common “man”. With light comes truth, with truth, power.

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  18. TreeClimber says:

    That last picture… his expression says it all

    Liked by 6 people

  19. Carson Napier says:

    Britain interfered in our 2016 election, and its result, far more than Russia did. Not as much as the FBI did, but far more than Russia. In a just world, we would be sanctioning them, not Russia.

    Liked by 13 people

    • Britain consequently faces a YUGE choice:

      Come Clean or Get Cleaned.

      Liked by 8 people

    • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

      In my opinion, the British involvment is the most shameful component within the foreign effort to upend Candidate- and subsequently President Trump.

      My grandmother was born/raised in Sarratt (ancient English village….church showcased in movie “Four Weddings and a Funeral”). She was a proud war bride (and a RAF radio operator), married a US Air Force Seargent, came to the States, raised a middle-class family of girls, and taught me the meaning of the value of being an American with a rich English heritage.

      Everything I care about regarding my country and it’s system of government is a product of my understanding of it’s signifigance viewed through the prism of her historical and personal perspective.

      She had the vision of one from outside a homegrown American experience.

      I am so relieved that she died before she could see what has become of her America, her adopted/inherited country that she loved so much (she returned home once, but then never went back). She would be apalled beyond comprehension that the cradle of modern Western democracy, the crib of Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher, hatched a plot inspired by a Globalist/Socialist Cabal intent on removing obstacle Trump.

      Theresa May could have been great. She could have been a conduit to the restoration of British reaffirmation of their greatest export: America.

      She is nothing.

      Liked by 19 people

      • LeslieKay says:

        Beautifully stated!

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      • MagaMia says:

        Louisiana TR,
        Your testimony of your Grandmother is moving and beautiful. What a fine family of girls she raised, and their children, too, I’m sure.

        Liked by 3 people

      • bosscook says:

        That was a wonderful post!

        Liked by 1 person

      • Ghost says:

        @ Louisiana Tea Rose

        We have a similar background, I so completely understand your post !!!
        👏👏👏👏

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      • livefreeordieguy says:

        That’s a helluva compelling post, Rose… Thanks for it.. We’ll be thinking of you and your grandmother when all of the American traitors and their British counterparts get their comeuppance…. Maybe we can make you and your Grandma proud yet.

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      • JohninMK says:

        I am all English and that was a very good post.

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      • DonaldsonLJ says:

        The Tory party will be slaughtered in the EU elections today, that is why the 1922 Committee wanted Theresa May to go last night but she is holed up in 10 Downing Street ! The special relationship between the UK and the USA is because of the many connections between us, we share common values and as ” deplorables ” ourselves, we reject the globalist breach of our British standards, freedoms and culture. It is utterly, utterly disgusting that the British Government has any involvement with the Clinton sponsored Spygate debacle. During WW II, my maternal grandfather served in the Home Guard and my paternal grandfather was away for 7 years, part of the D Day Landings, risking life and limb so we could be subjugated to Europe more than half a century later – l don’t think so ! We urgently need a leader who can command the respect of Donald Trump, the integrity of the UK – USA relationship must be restored. My father’s cousin went to New York in the 1960’s on a teaching programme and stayed – she married and had children, they live in Connecticut now. My Mother is buried in the first church that appears in the film ” four Weddings and a Funeral ” which is St. Michaels, Betchworth, Surrey !

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        • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

          My heart just swelled up a little, cousin! For my grandmother, I would like to share her name with you—Joyce Anthea Beare Smith.

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      • Kintbury says:

        I wrote and asked her if her cabinet shared the same lobotomy surgeon she used. I did not get a reply.

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      Perhaps President Vladimir Putin can teach America’s finest FBI how it is done to perfection , as he said more than a year ago “what hoof prints are you talking about” to Megan Kelly. With all do respect I do love me some Pres. Putin as my Orthodox brother, he does trolling as well, as does Pres. DJT. God Bless them.

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  20. Let’s hope Farange wins and opens the door to expose Steele and whoever was behind him.

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    • I hope that Farage and the political/ideological currents connected to Brexit surge in the UK and build a powerful political movement. I believe that Farage would be a good ally for MAGA, e.g.

      That said, let’s put ourselves in Farage’s shoes. If he does come to power, what would the risk/reward calculation of having his intelligence agencies come 100% clean in a fully public expose? Would that be effective for him and his movement domestically?

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        I smell a win-win trade deal with our British brothers!

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      • Electra says:

        It’s fun to think about Farage as Prime Minister, but I believe their parliamentary elections aren’t till 2022. Hopefully by that time, as far as Spygate is concerned, it will be all over except for the sentencing.

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  21. Suzanne says:

    Devin Nunes for President 2024!

    Liked by 10 people

  22. Anonoma says:

    “potentially also known as Joseph di Gabriele”? This is new information, right?

    Liked by 3 people

  23. Jase says:

    What caught my eye was Nunes casually slipping in there a Mifsud alias. Hopefully it elicited a ‘How the f… does he know that?’ moment. (Apologies if that alias is common knowledge and I just missed it.)

    Liked by 6 people

  24. Genie says:

    Pelosi better hurry up the impeachment. “We have to impeach the President first so then you can read about why we impeached him.”

    Liked by 9 people

    • donna kovacevic says:

      My God every one all around the world knows Piglosi is a nut bar, insane and yes some say she has a major mental issues and America is embarrassing themselves having her in Government, and on all the TV stations.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Austin Holdout says:

      I hope the cabal is exposed very soon because as soon as the impeachment proceedings officially start, every spygate revelation is goi g to be met with “wow, Trump is just making this stuff up because we’re getting close to getting him-he’s desperate”. And their stupid base will buy the projection, as usual.

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  25. GSparrow says:

    Devin Nunes is incredible.

    Many politicians in Lobbyland, USA spend most of their time filling their campaign chests or bank accounts rather than doggedly fighting for just causes that will help or heal your country like Devin.

    Kudos again to the picture editor/finder for the perfect pic of POTUS looking sternly at PM May.

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  26. trialbytruth says:

    hey guys last question to paraphrase “did the brit intelligence brief anyone on the presidential transition team about Christopher Steel

    BIG WTF ALERT

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    • Doppler says:

      As in, maybe our VSG knew all about Steele before the election? Briefed by someone like Admiral Rogers? Or General Flynn?

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  27. James Street says:

    This is fun!

    Devin Nunes asks questions like a guy who already knows all the answers.

    Liked by 11 people

  28. Sammy Hains says:

    By the time President Trump touches down in England, he may be dealing with Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

    They may finally drag Theresa May out, kicking and screaming.
    Shas been an absolute disaster, perhaps the worst Prime Minister in British history.

    Say what you want about Neville Chamberlain, but at least he knew when it was TIME TO GO.

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    • trialbytruth says:

      Sorry i read that torching down England

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Not Nigel Farange?

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      • Sammy Hains says:

        How would Nigel Farage become Prime Minister within the next week?

        The Brexit Party holds no seats in Parliament. They are set to romp in the European elections, but that is for MEPs, not MPs.

        Which by the way, when the vast majority of British MEPs are from the Brexit Party, and Nigel Farage is their leader, he will do everything he can to make the EU want to get the UK out as fast as they can.

        With May gone and Farage leading the UK in the European Parliament, I suspect the UK will be out of the EU long before Halloween. And it will be a hard Brexit.

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    • Jase says:

      Chamberlain was naive and totally unskilled in Foreign Affairs. Hitler strung him along. He also carried a burning memory of the horrors of the First World War. He simply desperately wanted to avoid war. When he failed he took the honorable course and resigned.

      May is a manipulative traitor who deliberately and carefully sold out her people and her country to an enemy ie; the EU.

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      • Sammy Hains says:

        Right now, all of Europe is under rule by Germany, with a single currency controlled by the German central bank. Antisemitism is driving the few remaining Jews out of Europe and the German chancellor/European Dictator is engaging in demagoguery against the US and Russia to distract from her own problems. Meanwhile, England is trying to reassert their independence, but Europe will not allow it.

        But America and England “won” WWII, and Germany “lost” they tell us.

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    • Deplorable Canuck says:

      As a Brit/Canadian I would say Tony Blair wins that title of worst. He was Bush’s lapdog and dragged the UK into the Iraq War.

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      • Sammy Hains says:

        British Steel has collapsed because of the uncertainty caused by Theresa May’s dithering.

        She is damaging Britain’s economy through inaction far worse than the hardest of Brexits ever could.

        The worst part is it is deliberate and planned. She wants to damage England as much as possible and blame it on Brexit, in hopes the public can no longer take it and demand an end to Brexit. She is trying to break the British people, and punish them for voting to Leave. She is absolutely committed to dragging it on indefinitely until England completely collapses and has no choice but to submit to the EU and her globalist paymasters.

        Sorry, but Tony Blair doesn’t come close to the traitorous harpie Theresa May. May she rot in hell for her wicked schemes.

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        • Dennis Leonard says:

          Actually British Steel’s problems began with the Chinese dumping their steel on English land,now you know why President Trump started the tariffs.

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  29. Tiffthis says:

    Ask the queen too. Lol.

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  30. WSB says:

    At 30 minutes in on Hannity, Lindsey sticks up for Mueller, saying that he “did his job…”

    Spit.

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    • dallavise says:

      He has always played the Mueller is the authority card. I’m inclined to think it’s more because he can make the argument it clears Trump. He can use that sound bite to persuade moderate Americans Trump is clean. If he says Mueller is corrupt, he will be dismissed. That’s one possibility. We all know the other.

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      • WSB says:

        Never trust Lindsey. He was a stooge of McCain, and has a lot to hide. He was in on the dossier, knowing full well it was crap from the beginning.

        My impression is that he is attempting to compartmentalize Mueller so Bob and he get away without a scratch. Coverup.

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      WSB I watched that and a few choice words were said at my TV. I do NOT trust that man as far as I can spit. That was a strange exchange, wish Hannity would have been more aggressive regarding Mueller et al. Just my opinion, I thought that L.Graham caught himself at the end and sounded more irate,and more firm. Ya I will get them. Don’t like that man regardless what nice things he may pretend to say. Friends close enemies closer.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Saw that. To spit add puke.

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    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      That’s it for Ms. Lindsey……

      Liked by 3 people

    • Redzone says:

      Graham wanted to simply put everything behind and move on. Last night on Hannity, Graham was back to his real self.

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  31. Brant says:

    Some posters noted that Nunes included Joseph de Gabrielle. Are there any redactions out there in very interesting locations about that length?

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  32. WSB says:

    At 37 minutes in on Hannity, Jim Jordan addresses coordinated secret coup tactics. Meadows follows with the collusion of the various Congressional committees.

    Meadows admits that the timing of releases must be taken into account. Also says that Sciff has SEEN documents that point back to HIM.

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  33. Why would Devin Nunes ask if anybody from MI6 briefed Chris Christie?

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  34. Perot Conservative says:

    Nunes missed a few.

    * Did MI6, GCHQ, or any UK functionary pat Christopher Steele for this, or a y related, intelligence? Is so, how much.

    * Ditto, Stephen Halper, Mifsud, etc.

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  35. A2 says:

    Jacob Rees-Mogg on Brexit, Farage etc. His sister resigned from the Tory party and is standing with the Brexit Party and he is fully supportive. Couldn’t find the live interview, but this was up and has subtitles.

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  36. mtk says:

    A by-product of accepting the ‘outrage trap’ as legitimate (as in ok, due caution is the leg upon which it stands) vs an increasingly likely fallout that many levels of Constitutional Governance where duped by the poison interjected into the institutional apparatus of governance(mae calpul by-product of accepting this reasoning)

    Essentially, the ‘outrage trap’ is a Mae Calpul that says, “Got to understand’, “It had to be taken seriously” that is being paraded out as a justification.

    Basically, “We were fooled”, but in hindsight, given the evidence, understandably, “Actions taken” can only be viewed through that “Prism”.
    “We were wrong, but right to be of due diligence”

    That is the ‘Memo to Self’ ‘Outrage Trap’ justification.
    Not that anyone in the MSM is talking about it quite that manner.

    That in a nut shell, is the unaddressed nature of what is being said of the ‘outrage trap’ justifications.

    This “Mae Calpul” “Of the Outrage Trap” rhetoric fails massively once it crosses into ‘Five Eyes Land”.
    Since in essence the admission the SOMEONEs that intiated the false premises and gamed the domestic ‘Insitutional Order’ of goverance to trigger the collusion investigation.

    Are now facing the boiled down version that by crossing ‘The Pond’ to embroil dirty laundry of political opposition research into the halls foreign governments did so with INTENT to further the aims and goals.

    Please give me a better defination of, “What constitutes TREASON” than enlisting and gaming foreign relationships to achieve a domestic outcome.”

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  37. A2 says:

    If I could write this in 2017, without any inside knowledge then much more must be known now.
    A2 says:
    April 13, 2017 at 8:56 pm
    Interesting point is that ex-Tony Blair advisor Robert Hannigan was the guy overseeing the funding of Brit Intel agencies. He was appointed Director-General of Defence and Intelligence with effect from 1 March 2010 until November 2014 where he liaised with his US counterparts. That was during the first Obama administration.

    In November of 2014, he was appointed the Director of the signals intelligence and cryptography agency the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ). So his tenure there covered the second Obama administration until his abrupt resignation after Mr Trump was elected and not The Lunatic.

    Hmmm

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    A2 says:
    April 13, 2017 at 9:06 pm
    I forgot to add, that his salary was one of the highest in government and raised many eyebrows in the UK. Somehow, everything seems to circle back the the Clintons/Obama synergy and rats nest, in my humble opinion.

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    WSB says:
    April 13, 2017 at 10:41 pm
    Maybe Hannigan should cross the pond for a little chat.

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    A2 says:
    April 14, 2017 at 2:05 am
    Perhaps Hannigan was just caught in a trap and set-up by a deeper swamp-like trap. The person of interest is Sir John Scarlett. Let’s call this,

    Moscow Circus

    Sir John was Moscow Station Chief for MI6 and expelled from Russia in 1994. Great cover to enhance your credibility back in Blighty. Michael Steele of ‘Golden Showers’ dossier fame served undercover as a MI6 agent from 1990-92 under Sir John in Moscow, and the Ambassador was Sir Brian Fall. Sir Brian was accused of ‘helping’ the rise of Putin which was subsequently debunked. Classic disinfo.

    In 1995, Andrew Wood was appointed Ambassador to Moscow, yes, the man who vouched for Christopher Steele and his dossier and acted as middleman to getting the dossier to John McCain who sent it to the FBI, who had previously rebuffed Steele.

    Ambassador Wood whist serving in Moscow was getting his intelligence from MI6. That just happened to be Sir John Scarlett and Christopher Steele heading Russian intelligence for MI6 (2004-2009).

    In 2009, Steele left the MI6 and set up his Orbis Business Intelligence, Ltd. in Grosvenor Square. Funny that. An inside joke? John Scarlett was called the ‘rebel of Grosvenor Square’ for his support of protests against the Vietnam War. When he joined the establishment he justified his very public actions by saying he was really a ‘conservative’.

    This is from a man who was an advisor to Tony Blair and head of the Joint Intelligence Committee who was accused of ‘sexing’ up a report on security in Iraq by justifying the claims they held WMD. This report helped to bolster GW Bush’s claim that an Iraq invasion was necessary. Hillary Clinton supported the Iraq war because she knew Bush would reap the whirlwind making her chances of election so much better.

    If you recall, it was revealed that the ‘source’ of the dossier was a KGB agent and best buddy to Vlad Putin. It was the Republicans that first contracted with Fusion GPS to get intel about Trump during the primaries that they outsourced to Steele’s Orbis. They dropped the contract but it was picked up by the Democrat Party, i.e. Clinton/Obama Central, and magically, a scurrilous report is produced. The Clintons and Putin were on the same page.

    Sir John was appointed to the UK Times Board, coincidentally with Murdock’s daughter. A whispered word that her Dad would have trouble with his Sky merger deal if that Fox commentator, Judge Napolitano’s claim that GCHQ was feeding intel to Obama about Trump and his administration got traction.

    There are many common threads, many patsies, and they all lead back to those who do not wish us well and their fellow travelers. Look into the long term objectives of Russia and the Democrat Party and to the Oxbridge duo.

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      Just a side not Tony Blair, Clinton and a few others are wanted for war crimes against the former Jugoslavia and also later the bombing of Serbia killing innocent people. Oh God, all their secret security could not help them if the serbian people got their hands on those evil creeps.I say da Bog da crkli.

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    • Doppler says:

      Thanks, A2.

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Sir John and the Orbis crowd had a score to settle
      with Trump from his opposition to Bush’s warfaring.

      Most likely, the grudge would have gone unsettled,
      except for Trump coming down the escalator. Gave
      them an excuse to help “the cause”.

      “The game is afoot”-sayeth the Orbis crowd.

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  38. Normally Quiet Observer says:

    Based on the fact that Rep. Nunes seems to be VERY well informed, and is certainly a friend of PDJT, maybe this was a letter that was unofficially asked for … to give PDJT a ‘real reason’ to ask those questions he was going to ask anyway! Hmmmm …

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  39. NJF says:

    WOW. Didn’t see that coming. Go get ‘em Mr. President.

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  40. Dutchman says:

    A2,
    Interesting theory, but I see it differently, after reading the ideological geneology (so to speak) of Nellie Ohr, Comey and Clapper; their ideological roots.
    They are the product of successful Soviet efforts to subvert from within.
    When the Soviet Union collapsed, they just continued to burrow in, in various institutions both governmental and non-governmental, and in Western European Countries as,well as America.

    When USSR collapsed they turned to China, as CCP most closely mirrors these ’embeds’ views; a One World Conmunist Government, achieved through subversion by corruption, blackmail, coercion, ‘any means neccesary’.

    Putins Russia is actually abhorent to them, as it closely resembles czarist Russia, nationalistic and has supported the reemergence of Russian orthodox church.

    British Secret Service was constantly penetrated at high levels, throughout the Cold war. One agent after another.

    In fact, as an agent aged, and outlived his usefulness, a new younger agent would establish his bono fides, by ‘busting’ the older agent. They pulled this several times, IIRC.

    The Chinese watched what Reagan did to USSR, and got the message. The conflict between Conmunism and Capitalism is ECONOMIC, and recognising that, and that U.S. was a threat to CCP, engaged in Economic assault on the west.

    They already HAD these embeds in place, left by the Soviets and they just picked up where Soviets left off.

    So, have to remember those who support a ONE world government, have no loyalty to a COUNTRY, its to an IDEOLOGY. Marxism, which is a hegemonic Conmunism, wanting to spread Conmunism to every country in the world. Hence, one world government, hence “globalist elites”.

    Clintons, Obamas and yes Bushes, both Dem and Rep. faces of the Uniparty,
    Tories AND Labor, same in other 5 eyes countries.

    There is a conference going on in Europe right now, LaPen, Orban, Farage, etc. COULD be called the “Anti-Conmunist party coalition”, but I guess thats ‘old school’, so its got Nationalist in the name, I believe.

    May, Macron, Merkel whats with the M’s? Tootie fruity in Canada, as well.
    We don’t have ONE ‘Manchurian Candidate, we got a,whole SLEW of them!

    In fact, DJT wasn’t ‘targeted’ because he was a “manchurian candidate”, but because he WASN’T a “Manchurian Candidate!”

    Its a BIG club (CCP) and WE ain’t IN it.
    Immigration is NOT the disease, its a symptom. Look at the illegal immigration in Europe, fascilitated by the EU Government THERE, and same in U.S.
    ME violence from neverending war started by Bush, Arab spring by Obama Hillary, funding and building ISIS that drives people like sheep to leave their homelands.
    Cartels use SAME tactics to drive people from S.America into U.S. Coincidence the tactics and goals are the SAME?

    Its not simply about votes,…OR “cheap labor”; its about bringing down western Democracy’s. And Russia, as a Nationalist Christian Nation should be working with ‘US’, NOT them.

    “BRIC” Was Brazil, RUSSIA, India and China. PDJT HAS Brazil and India get Russia and China is isolated.

    In oil, U.S.,..S.A. and Russia

    Anyway, point is the enemy thats wants to eliminate borders does not think in terms of loyalty to a country (even if we do) their loyalty is to an ideology, regardless what country they are in.

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    • billrla says:

      Dutchman: Spot-on analysis. This is where we are.

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    • A2 says:

      Dutchman, that was written in April 2017, and as I said much has become known since then. No one even heard of the Ohrs and other stuff that was revealed. The original posts were in response to Judge Napolitano’s account on Fox News that took everyone by surprise at the time. Look up the original thread dated 13 April by sundance.

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    • Doppler says:

      Dutchman, great analysis, although I have come to believe the Marxist ideologies are all fake, intended to deceive targeted populations into believing that life will be better when Socialism takes over. The essence of Marxism is a self-appointed and secretive cadre whose goal in non-socialist countries is to subvert the existing establishment, in order to foment revolution, whereupon they become the new governing authority, with accountability only up the line of the cadre to the strong man on top. All of the ideological, economic, academic, cultural “versions” of Marxism are so much sophistry designed to empower the cadre, whether in or out of power.

      Try arguing the sophistries and you will lose. Confronting the cadres and the strong man on top is the only hope.

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      The “migration” plan has many similarities to what
      happened after the “Great Society” was implemented.

      Many delapidated, albeit, stable, occupant owned homes
      tore down, vast monolithic projects replaced them.

      Cabrini Green, anyone? 10,000 units. What area wouldn’t
      be overwhelmed by that? And, that was the design. Designated
      displacement of those that could afford to move, ie the middle
      class.

      That was late 60s- early 70s middle class flight from the cities.
      That the occupants happened to be white is another tale.

      Reading about all the disruptions in the suburbs of Paris ten
      years ago had a familiar ring. Placing displaced persons in
      unfamiliar surroundings, and expecting the overwhelmed
      area to adapt. It has rarely worked. By design. When it does
      there are generally some pissed off politicians afterwards.

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  41. Elric VIII says:

    When President Trump goes to the United Kingdom in June he should make it clear that the U.S. of A. is their best and most reliable partner in the world, and the Crown should weed out the bad elements in the Intelligence Community and direct Parliament to immediately proceed with diplomatic and trade initiatives with the U.S. Queen Elizabeth II still has a lot of weight in British politics and can be a major influence.

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  42. Kleen says:

    Welcome to communism, tyranny!
    It’s here and not hiding any longer:

    Mad Maxine Waters Gets President Trump’s Financial Records From Wells Fargo and TD Bank

    Maxine Waters said on MNSBC’s “Hardball” on Wednesday, “we don’t have information to share with you at this time about what we’ve learned from the documents.”

    Rep. Maxine Waters also sent subpoenas to Citigroup, Morgan Stanley, Royal Bank of Canada and Toronto-Dominion Bank and JP Morgan Chase.

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    • Kleen says:

      Nunes letter is nice and all, but we are dealing with Communists.
      They are loyal to their idology, not our country much less the constitution.

      This is what playing by rules against lawless Marxists got us.

      Crazy times! Soft coup against our POTUS. ongoing Coup. Trump and others had their civil rights violated over and over.

      This is definition of too far. It should have never gotten this far. This is comunism.

      Wake up people!

      The constitution is no longer valid. Trump was spied on, had his attorney client privilege violated, now they are going through his finances and his family’s finaces. Including his children and probably grandchildren.

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      • MustangBlues says:

        Heed the message of Kleen. Truer words were never spoken. Prepare for the worst. Democrat cultists communist are savages wannabes totalitarians.

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  43. rayvandune says:

    The PM can resign, but does naming her successor require Royal Assent? If so, given the rumored mutual respect between HRH and HRA (His Royal Asskicker), this might lead to some interesting dynamics.

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  44. rayvandune says:

    The PM can resign, but does naming her successor require Royal Assent? If so, given the rumored mutual respect between HRH and HRA (His Royal Asskicker), this might lead to some interesting dynamics.

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    • Query says:

      The Queen will invite whomever commands a voting majority in the House of Commons to form a govt and thus become PM.
      Americans have some fanciful ideas about how parliamentary monarchies work.

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  45. fred5678 says:

    Nunes should write the letter himself, have POTUS just deliver it to May’s successor, and have it addressed as follows:

    “To Whom it May Concern”.

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  46. Query says:

    The British elites refuse to let that nation leave the EU.
    The referendum was just a nuisance….the plebs don’t know what’s good for them.
    The poor unsophisticated slobs.
    May was and is a remainer.

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  47. CopperTop says:

    “Joseph di Gabrielele”

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  48. 🍺Gunny66 says:

    Hey….you guys may want to cool your jets on Chris Christie for a moment…..

    I have been following Pence closely……check this out….

    Pence was first in charge of the transition team….
    Before Christie got the keys to the Transition office…

    The keys for the Transition Office went directly from Pence to McDonough…. not to Chris Christie, who was in actual charge of the transition team. McDonough let Paul Erickson into the Transition Office….Paul Erickson sent a famous Kremlin connection frame up e-mail…from the transition office

    The “Kremlin Connection” email to Jeff Sessions’ office were said to have started the wiretaps on the Trump Campaign for President.
    The e-mail was sent from the Transition Office stating the Russians were the connection sources of all of this.

    here ya go…..

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  49. Pat Childs says:

    The British government was actively installed in overthrowing the government of the USA. And May was the kingpin.

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  50. pucecatt says:

    Mark Meadows on Hannity tonight said “ when these documents come out it will make your hair curl “ I had to rewind it to make sure I heard that correctly.😎

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