Jordan and Gaetz Expose Pelosi and Nadler’s Ridiculous Political Impeachment Stunt…

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Judicary Chairman Jerry Nadler constructed a political hearing to kick-off their impeachment narrative and fuel their base.  In an effort to create the appearance of hearing credibility the plan was to use testimony from former Nixon White House Counsel John Dean.  The plan failed, miserably…  Dean was showcased for what he is, a political prop for the left-wing base of MSNBC moonbats.

Committee members Jim Jordan and Matt Gaetz spotlight the ridiculous positions of Mr. Dean by highlighting his ideological history and presenting questions which showcase the absurdity of it all.  First up, Jim Jordan:

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Following Mr. Jordan, representative Matt Gaetz: “the ghost of Christmas past“….

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Worth noting, Chairman Jerry Nadler has not requested the appearance of the proclaimed author of the Mueller report, Mr. Robert Mueller himself.   The reasoning is transparent; they can’t bring Mueller before the committee because the questioning would show the entire investigation was a fraud from day-one!

 

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282 Responses to Jordan and Gaetz Expose Pelosi and Nadler’s Ridiculous Political Impeachment Stunt…

  1. teaforall says:

    Dean and the Watergate Roadmap under seal
    They will stop at nothing, great read

    Rosie Memos
    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1138218316135223301.html

    Liked by 4 people

    • Pale rider says:

      Nixon resigned, Trump really can’t they want him and his family behind bars.
      Mighty python, Mary queen of scotts. Except Mary is played by Trump.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Too Real says:

      This whole “impeachment” whatever is truly ridiculous. There are absolutely no parallels to anything about Watergate. Nixon resigned anyway.

      What people really should be mad about is the do nothing House dims. What have they done to improve America>???? Absolutely nothing.

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      • CarolinaKat says:

        Actually there is a strong parallel to Watergate – the Democrats are the ones who did the spying – just like Watergate. And just like Watergate they are the ones trying to cover it up claiming Trump is guilty of something they cannot prove.

        Reminding America of Watergate when they are caught in the act of a Watergate-like crime is not politically astute. We shall see.

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  2. Heika says:

    Gaetz, “Mr Dean, you are a prop”. 🙂 Clarity personified in a comment

    Liked by 27 people

    • lotbusyexec says:

      Sometimes “props” liked to be used as long as the pay keeps flowing. Will be interesting to see how often and how long CNN continues with his contract. He did himself, the Swamp, CNN and Jerry Nadler’s show/mock trial little good today. My two cents is that Mr. Dean is toast and will recede back to where the sun don’t shine UNLESS he can make more $ ratting out Lanny Davis and ilk. Time will tell… The rats will be jumping ship.

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    • jeff montanye says:

      gaetz struck me as bullying but jordan seemed on the money. in any case, this entire experience is maturing and perfecting a number of republicans in the house, particularly.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Donzo says:

        Nevertheless, I loved Gaetz’s diatribe.

        Liked by 9 people

      • amjean says:

        How can you bully a liar?

        Liked by 14 people

        • Yippeekiyay says:

          Exactly, amjean.

          President Trump gets accused of being a bully for just standing up for himself and telling the truth. The left has nothing to stand on.

          Liked by 10 people

        • G. Alistar says:

          Which is exactly why Mueller will never set foot in front of any of these committees.

          Liked by 2 people

          • AliciaC says:

            Mueller knows his charade will get torn apart, and so does Nadler. That is why Nadler teases with Mueller testifying knowing he is not going to call him.

            Liked by 3 people

            • Linda Jean Burkett says:

              Mueller must have believed that Nanzi, et al, would have taken his report and used it to impeach. He now knows that it ain’t gonna happen and that a real investigation is going on. He’s up to his eyeballs in trouble.

              Liked by 1 person

            • mutantbeast says:

              Mule turd also becomes subject to perjury if he appears before the committee, he cant hide behind his 20 Angry rat lawyer friends like Weaselman or Rhee.

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          • Mr. T. says:

            Why doesn’t Lindsay Graham call in in to testify before the Senate? What is Lindsay afraid of?

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            • PhaseNoise says:

              One argument explaining Mueller’s absence before the Senate Judiciary Committee – keep those judges moving. Mueller would be a distraction to moving as many judges as possible before the end of Trump’s first term. The spineless Republicans are hedging their bets.

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            • G. Alistar says:

              Perhaps he is…..timing is everything.

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      • If you consider that bullying, then We the Sane People left in this nation could use a boatload more bullying at this point.

        This is #WAR sir, and we best be in it to win it because the deranged fascists on the left have been attacking forever, along with the reach around assist from the republicRATS from “across the aisle”.

        All for the chaotic division, destruction, and conquering of the American people to assist them in completely destroying the Republic for good. As in forever. Not as in good.

        Spit.

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        • Mom4Trump2020 says:

          Exactly TheHumanCondition!! I told my husband we need 50 more like Gaetz and Jordan!! They were awesome and I for one am damn proud of them today!!

          Liked by 12 people

      • chickenhawk says:

        You are entitled to your opinion, but I believe Mr. Gaetz was trying to demonstrate the absurdity of the Demorats hearing and their larger goal of shaping public opinion. Mr. Gaetz delivered a brilliant monologue, worthy of any nightime comedy/political talk show, and skewered Mr. Dean, the liar, the disbarred lawyer, the felon, the partisan anti-Trumpist that he is. And in doing so, skewered no nads Nadler and the rest of the infestation known as the Demorats!

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      • facebkwallflower says:

        Calling out lies, forcing confessed, exposing truth is NOT bullying! Not accepting non-answers is NOT bullying. Challnging wishywashy is NOT bullying. If Gaetz was bulling, that would make Dean a victim AND VICTIM DEAN WAS NOT.

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        • mutantbeast says:

          Last I looked John Dean was CONVICTED of perjury for his actions during Watergate. He did time for them. Hes a convicted felon. I guess thats the commies new standard, convicted liars are fine as long as there ideology agrees with ours. Someone might want to remind them, the Soviet Union FAILED.

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      • botchedcasuality says:

        Shouldn’t we bully, push back and knock them off the mount. No scruples on the left, embarrassment, ridicule, and humiliation are
        The only arrows left in the quiver.
        Never backdown to a bully, never turn your back and run from a menacing creature.

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      • Justin Green says:

        The hearing was a farce and deserved all the ridicule it got, plus some. The witnesses were chosen because of their political bias, despite knowing none of the relevant details or facts.

        This was because Nanthy Pelothy is too scared to pull the impeachment lever. So they put on a meaningless show for their base and the liberal media to fawn over and to further attempt to shape public opinion against Trump.

        Mueller should testify before a grand jury, not Congress.

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      • Astro says:

        Seems to me that Gaetz’ job was to get the big picture position in the record while Jordan’s was to drill down and show that Dean was indeed a prop for the RATS.

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      • Finbar O'Shaunnessey says:

        Congressional bullying began the day they installed the cameras.

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    • lftpm says:

      Thanks once again Sundance. It was really enlightening and heartening to hear Mr. Jordan and Mr. Gaetz.

      Did anyone ask,

      “Mr. Dean, how long was your license to practice law suspended for? Oh, it was permanently revoked as a result of your admission of committing felony obstruction of justice, and felons are not allowed to ever practice law for the rest of their lives?”

      “Was the initial crime that launched the Watergate investigation a bungled attempt to plant surveillance equipment in the Democratic National Committee office? And thereafter were several dozen people besides the 5 Watergate break-in-and-entry ‘burglars’ later determined to have attempted to cover up President Nixon’s knowledge of the crime?”

      “Well, thank you Mr. Dean for pointing out that this scandal is reminiscent to you of Watergate. If you write a book explicating that the eery parallels are that the illegal surveillance operation and cover-up were conducted by the Obama administration, you will win the Pulitzer Prize.”

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      • PBR says:

        Dean didn’t go to jail, that’s true. But that was because he entered a plea, was sentenced up front, and was allowed to “serve” his time in an office writing a book.

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      • I watched as much of this shit show live that I could, waiting in vain to hear someone ask the question “Why are we here talking about impeaching a duly elected President that WAS SPIED ON for phake obstruction of phake collusion that was used to SPY ON HIM and his entire campaign instead of talking about getting to the bottom of who gave the order to SPY ON HIM?”

        If that was ever stated, then I missed it and it should be the subject of another SD post. My gut says, it was never stated…

        That said, perhaps it just isn’t time yet, because the truth of it all IS coming and is going to be YUGE and BEAUTIFUL.

        This, I can tell you!

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      • sat0422 says:

        Mr. Dean has realized that “retirement” can last a long time and fixed incomes can come up short with expenses that pop up out of nowhere. I’ll bet his bank account swelled when the Dems flashed money before his eyes. Dean…..really???…and I must ask, “is it really news when a person of Dean’s stature talks for the Democrats? What a farce!

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      • springstreet says:

        The “Watergate Burglars” testified they were there to fix one of two wiretaps that was broken … and plant a room bug. BUT … no operable bugs were ever found in the DNC … and their confiscated room bug was inoperable! Maybe someone could ask the “expert” John Dean: give us the name of the law enforcement official who found a DNC bug … that Dean’s guys said they were transcribing across the street.
        In case you’re wondering, the answer is: there was never a bug in the Watergate’s DNC! Nixon did not cover up a crime that did not exist … and NO ONE ever testified that he had previous knowledge of the “crime” of Watergate. The eBook is “Watergate Fiction” … in case you’re interested.

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  3. tod says:

    Been emailing Republicans to fight back.

    And calling Reps. like Jim Jordan to thank them for pushing back and exposing this criminal activity by the Communist Democrats!

    A personal side note, for me I take what Rush says with a grain.

    Liked by 2 people

    • PBR says:

      I don’t know what it is that Rush said that you “take with a grain”, but Rush L has a 30-year history of calling it like it is. He knows the ways of the Left.

      Liked by 4 people

      • He also has a thirty-year history of NOT telling what he knows about the ways of “the other left” too. He’s a bush bought. At least he admits that he is an entertainer, and for that, I give him credit. A critical thinker would study what I am saying and if they know his history, likely have to admit it. There’s a ton of UNIPARTY evils he has never mentioned other than to say they are “cowards”, not “conservatives” as in “we gotta elect more conservatives” etc… he has never uttered the term UNIPARTY. That’s the truth.

        My point isn’t to hate on him, it’s to point out that We The People need to do our own thinking, all the time, even here. Hell, SD writes from a place that pretty much forces one to really read and do just that… THINK. For themselves. That makes him a genius in my book and keeps me coming back to READ, then THINK! His writing leads to the best comment sections ever as well, as they are also SUBSTANTIVE.

        Awesome… 😉

        Thanks, SD!!

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        • I won't back down says:

          My problem w rush is that he is a thought vacuum and seems to suck all rational and logical thinking out of any room he is in. He bullies people with his opinions and is not subtle about thinking his is the only opinion that matters. And the lack of attribution, on anything ever, oy vey!

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    • farrier105 says:

      Lindsey Graham is the one who has to subpoena Mueller to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee. This has to be done right away. This is another race. Somehow this has to be exposed before Nadler, et. al. can go any further. The declassification can be stalled, but Mueller appearing cannot. Destroy Mueller on camera and this whole thing starts unraveling. Don’t stop with the report and hiding behind the DOJ policy about not indicting the President. Hit his indictments, too, and all the conflicts of interest.

      The last race was lost and so was the Mid-Term election. This one can’t be lost.

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  4. For Eyes says:

    Dean lied.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Dean

    “Considered to be the “master manipulator of the cover-up” by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI),[1] he pleaded guilty to a single felony count in exchange for becoming a key witness for the prosecution. This ultimately resulted in a reduced prison sentence, which he served at Fort Holabird outside Baltimore, Maryland.”

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  5. Blind no Longer says:

    I refused to watch this bullshit farce of a hearing today, so thank YOU Sundance for giving us the important parts. This kind of bullsh*t just makes me angrier by the day.
    I want EVERYBODY involved in this illegal spying and attempted coup to go straight to jail! Anybody involved in furthering this bullsh*t narrative needs to go to jail too!!!

    Liked by 7 people

  6. Zorro says:

    Did I miss Woodward and Bernstein ?

    Liked by 9 people

  7. Frbrdskmi8 says:

    Father God, I pray that every negative , evil process these lying Demoncrats try to bring against our VSGDJT will fail. Place stumbling blocks in their way, Father. May your guardian angels, and the armor of truth surround our President. Lead , guide and protect him Lord as he battles the liars, thieves and corrupt individuals that dare to call themselves representatives of we the people. In Jesus’ precious name, I pray.

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  8. Thanks,guys and gals, this thread is hilarious.

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  9. napoleon32 says:

    I think John Dean set Nixon up. Nixon wasn’t a saint by any means, but he didn’t order the break in. I’m convinced Dean did, without Nixon’s knowledge.

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      Yes, I have read that the break-in was Dean’s attempt at retrieving the clientele list of his wife’s best friend who was a ‘madame.’ Nixon was impeached b/c the dirty scoundrel Dean came up with the alternative reason for the break-in and Nixon helped with that cover-up.

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      • Landslide says:

        Hey…speaking of madams….whatever happened to the DC Madam’s list that was supposed to be revealed a couple of yrs. ago????

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        • 1stgoblyn says:

          Probably in Bill and Hill’s home safe. As I remember she turned over the list of clients and later committed suicide. Only a couple of names were ever released, I remember thinking at the time, why didn’t they release more names, as dims are also low-lifes.

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      • betseyross says:

        I’d forgotten about that. I do know that Gordon Liddy had nothing good to say about Dean. This is the reason why. Nixon was not a crook, but the RATS sure portrayed him as one. They were still PO’d about the Whitaker Chambers kerfuffle.

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      • farrier105 says:

        It was Kissinger who set Nixon up. The Plumbers unit was Kissinger’s idea, and it was Kissinger who was hell bent on identifying all leakers in the White House. The Plumbers unit was first manged by Kissinger’s appointments secretary, David Young. It was probably General Alexander Haig who was really Deep Throat as Bob Woodward used to brief Haig when Woodward was serving in Naval Intelligence. There was a line in the film–I don’t know if it was in the book–that suggested Deep Throat was on Kissinger’s staff, which he was prior to moving into Chief of Staff. Haig had access to the White House tapes as Chief of White House Staff. Mark Felt did not have access to that level of the truth of what was going on in the White House.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      And one has to wonder, what knot head from the Democrat Party thought it would be a good idea to get John Dean to testify? The only person who would be more damaging to the dems, Mueller. Sundance nailed it, we will never, ever see Bob Mueller testify.

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    • unfolder says:

      Dean was akin to Rosenstein.

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  10. Molly says:

    If you read histories of Watergate and bios of Nixon, you come away with the strong impression that Dean did indeed help set Nixon up, that Nixon didn’t fight back, and that Dean is a lying weasel.

    There are many theories as to Dean’s motives, including some exotic theories about his wife “Mo” having been in a high-end prostitution ring, but whatever his motive, he started lying 50 years ago or so, and hasn’t stopped since.

    Nadler’s idea to bring him in to “testify” is so absurd that ipso facto it proves what a frameup the Russia stuff was intended to be and what a frameup Watergate was. Unfortunately, the very creepy former No. 2 at the FBI, Mark “Deep Throat” Felt, is dead, so Nadler can’t drag him in too.

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    • MDNA I says:

      Dean was tight w/ GHW Bush whom Nixon referred to as “weak” & didn’t like very much

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    • Zorro says:

      Did you say FBI ? Say no more.

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    • Zimbalistjunior says:

      All those theories seemed to rational people as Tin hat conspiracy crap.

      UNTIL NOW.

      This insane Russia crap has awokened rational people to the possibility that all conspiracy theories, no matter how ludicrous sounding, are correct.

      When watergate ‘heroes’ like Woodward Bernstein dean etc reveal themselves here as crooked lying scum, one has to revisit watergate completely.

      Everything smells. Everything. Deep throat being fbis mark felt. Hilary being part of investigation. Dean. Rat f ers possibly including Stefan halper. Halper possibly knowing Bill Clinton from oxford.

      Wtf

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  11. Moe Grimm says:

    Among others I blame this unmitgated outrageous Bullschidt onn that flaming Cuck Paul Ryan. He sat there and did noth-ing to help this president except of course work against him with his counterpart old phfag in the senate Michelle McConnelle. Then he presides over a mid-term and there goes the House. Another conshurvahtive you know. Who’s never conserved a fkg thing.

    And McCarthy is another one. He definitively stated the 1st wk. of 2018 Dec. they’d have the FULL funding for a border wall. Now he’s on Hannity, another cheerleader wearing his “fbi pin for the rank and file” alleging support for what PDT did with meheec0 – give it about 7 wks. and this too will fail. Anybody wonder how much longer for some afrique to cross the border with wet Ebola? How many of you know what’s happening in mid-continent africa? The current Ebola outbreak is the worst yet. Know about the white farmers in s. africa being burned alive, raped, disemboweled, hacked alive with machetes? We’re losing this Country and the only way to prevent it is lost, L O S T, on most of you. Shed your delusions. Delusions can get you killed.

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    • margarite1 says:

      You are correct – happy talk is fine but doesn’t change the fact that we ordinary citizens have become chum for the NWO – who will stay safe (for a while anyway) behind their gates when the barbarians take over.

      Not sure what we can really do however…it’s a rip tide of destruction in D.C. I vote, I send money, I try to inform and stay informed..but it’s tough out there.

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    • Gucci says:

      @Moe Grimm-wow a realist on CTH.

      I’m under no delusion that the current citizenry will do NOTHING no matter what happens.

      Calling/emailing Congress is virtually a waste of time. Praying and posting Bible scriptures is thoughtful, but doesn’t DO anything.

      That’s why I’m moving to Panama. I refuse to have my taxes and commerce used to support the invaders.

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      • tappin52 says:

        So, when do you leave?

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      • Rick L says:

        Good thing Washington’s soldiers didn’t feel this way. You can try to run but if the US truly goes down there is nowhere safe. Hate to say it but this country is the last stand to the NWO and worldwide oppression.

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      • Chimpy says:

        Gucci,

        No, I am moving to a Panama first. There is NO WAY that you are going to beat me there. None.

        But, until I DO move to Panama, I am going to mention it in every one of my posts here. Just so people know that I am moving to Panama.

        Panama, here I come! Movin’ To Panama, that’s what I do.

        Panama. Panama. Panama.

        Everyone should move to Panama like me and Gucci are going to do. But, I’m doing it first. Moving to Panama.

        😜

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    • botchedcasuality says:

      I am asking myself:
      What is my red line?
      What does that mean?
      What am I willing to do?
      Where will I draw the line?

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  12. Sammy Hains says:

    Matt Gaetz should have asked John Dean if 0bama acted like Nixon when he illegally wiretapped his political opponents.

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    • PBR says:

      B I N G O

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    • Yep, I mentioned that in different words before I got to the end of this thread.

      Notice how they are ALL framing a false narrative of “Russian interference” too. Some phale trolls on the interwebz, blah blah blah… show me MOAR substantive serious action from Russia that caused Donald J. Trump to beat lazy “I have it rigged” krooked killery klinton. Or stfu about “Russian interference”, it’s bs that distracts from bathhouse bari’s WATER/SPYGATE.

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  13. Donzo says:

    Now that Trump has been cleared of obstructing the Democrats it is wonderful to see him obstructing the Democrats. And refusing to give them a thing.

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  14. curator55 says:

    As others have pointed out, Dean either lied to or misled Rep. Jordan. If Jim had said he was incarcerated, then Dean would not have been able to weasel out of it or distort the reality.

    Here are some quotes from a NYT’s article–Sep. 4, 1974:
    “He pleaded guilty last Oct. 19 to a single count alleging conspiracy to obstruct justice and defraud the United States…A Justice Department spokesman said that Mr. Dean would be imprisoned in the Baltimore — Washington area,,,,likely Fort Holabird… to make it easier for him to appear as a witness at “trial, trials or investigations,” yet to come…Mr. Dean was photographed and fingerprinted before beginning the drive to the detention facility, some 50 miles away.”

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  15. MDNA I says:

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  16. 1stgoblyn says:

    I want to know more about the alleged MOUs. Jim Jordan said this Congress has MOUs between the key committee chairmen on how they’re going to co-ordinate their attack on the President. Nadler was displeased and denied the existence of any MOU. Do we know for sure if they exist?

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  17. GGHD says:

    The testimony by John Dean linking Trump and Nixon is for the Democrat voting base. … The ‘specter’ of Richard Nixon is being used to help get out the old Democrat voters. …. It’s far more difficult to >Stuff a ballot box in a Democrat Precinct, when no Democrat shows up to vote.
    ……. The excellent statements by Jordan and Gaetz will NOT be viewed by potential Democrat voters. = All they’ll see is John Dean saying Trump is like Nixon, while watching Fake News.

    (Well said, by Gaetz: = ‘John Dean is a prop.’ … TheLastRefuge has pointed out that everything being done by the Democrats has been all planned out earlier.) Well said within this article, “Dean was showcased for what he is, a political prop for the left-wing base of MSNBC moonbats.”

    In my opinion, many politicians have decided to sell out Democracy and the citizens of the USA, for Fame, Power and Wealth. … It’s disheartening. We need to pray for the safety of President Trump, for his sake, and for the good of our country.

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  18. taxpayer here says:

    Hot diggity dog!

    I am absolutely Thankful AND Grateful to Mr Jordan AND Mr Gaetz!

    God, that feels good to hear them two slam it in the faces of dRats!!!

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  19. We had better do everything within our power to make sure that President Trump is victorious over these traitors. Because if Trump loses, they’re coming after us next. Make no mistake about it. This is a war that they have declared against us. If Trump loses, it could very easily turn into a hot war against us at that point. I pray with every fiber in my body for peace, but must be ready to inflict violence upon those that try to do the same against me.

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  20. distracted2 says:

    I didn’t watch it today. I refused to give Nadler the satisfaction.

    Apparently, I’m not alone. It seems a lot of people, including me, were watching the coverage of the helicopter crash in Manhattan.

    That said, the clips I’ve seen – thank you, Sundance – are hilarious.

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  21. Jim Raclawski says:

    dean….. you poor old sot….. how little self respect you have left…. to allow yourself to be used in this fashion… much like that of a condom – once you’ve served your purpose you’ll be left holding the democrats’ “ooey-gooey white stuff”…..
    thatisall….

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  22. redline says:

    Since Dean’s sentence referred to “time served”, Rep. Jordan should have phrased his characterization of Dean’s disgraceful criminal history as “…plead guilty, and was sentenced and served time, for obstruction of justice.”

    Would have been just as effective as saying “went to prison”, maybe even more so, and would have left Dean one less snivel point to interrupt and whine about.

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      And what CNN, MSNBC and all the alphabet propaganda/fake news outlets will show on their ‘news’ programs will be the clip of Nasty Nadler calling Jim Jordan out and Jordan’s response. Of course, conservatives are never allowed to defend themselves so it will be shown as a great crime of calling the ‘revered’ chairman a liar. Next will be the crowning of the 3 dim ‘witnesses’ (I thought the definition of a witness was someone who had seen or knows something of an event) as more knowledgeable than any of Mueller’s army of haters, AG Barr or anyone on the right side.

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  23. ~This [IS] the very reason the Democrats are THREATENING A.G. William Barr for the Unredacted portion of the DIRTY-COP Bobby (the WEASEL) Mueller CACA-Report because they know if ‘Bobby 3 Sticks’ testifies he will have to admit that the whole investigation was to…FABRICATE…an “Obstruction of Justice” case against Pres.Trump…OR…(Perjure Himself) and the Democrats know This.~
    DNC Motto : Party FIRST, Country LAST, Citizenry—>”Let them eat Cake.”

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  24. namberak says:

    Pardon the irrelevancy, but a few days ago when I heard that Dean was going to be a witness I burst out laughing. I told my wife, ‘getting Dean’s take on the Mueller report is about as meaningful as it would be to have me testify before an ag committee because I used to buck bales on grandpa’s farm when I was a kid.’

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  25. Gerald Nadler is doing his best to become Roland Friesler. Roland is smiling from the grave at Gerald’s show trials. Roland couldn’t have done it better. Bringing in John Dean, was a farce. According to G Gordon Lilly, Dean was the mastermind behind the Watergate break-in – to cover up Deans wife’s liason with a woman who headed a ring of DC prostitutes.

    http://feralhouse.com/what-do-prostitutes-have-to-do-with-watergate/

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  26. Christine Jost says:

    One thing I noticed was the group of younger people in attendance. And by the way they were reacting, it seems we have some supporters of President Trump!

    Jordan, Gaetz and Radcliff did a spectacular job! So glad they are on “our side.”

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      There are also some new reps (as of Jan 3, 2019) whose performances showed they will do well for their constituents. They are:
      From Florida – Greg Steube
      From North Dakota – Kelly Armstrong and
      From Virginia – Ben Cline

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    • mutantbeast says:

      They also pushed the azzclown AssMash out of the Freedom Caucus. Wise move.

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  27. Zippy says:

    Yes, Spygate and Watergate DO have similarities. LOL. Burn! Start at 4:01:

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  28. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    “His motives and his actions are “contempable’
    and I will fight every day until he is impeached.” – Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA)

    Two years later and the lunatic fringe Left is still at it.

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  29. mutantbeast says:

    JUST LOVED WHAT Jordan said to Deans ugly mug. “John Dean, convicted 45 years ago of obstruction of justice, now brought before Congress as the “expert” on obstruction”.

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  31. plane of the ecliptic says:

    Next witness for Nadler is a member of the Harding White House, involved in Teapot Dome.

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  32. Invisigoth says:

    John Dean pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice in exchange for becoming a key witness for the prosecution, which ultimately resulted in a reduced sentence, served at Fort Holabird outside Baltimore, Maryland.

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  33. Jimbo says:

    Democrats are in full panic because they know this hoax goes all the way to the top (Obama) and is widespread treason/sedition

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