Jim Jordan Discusses Embarrassing Spectacle of Hope Hicks Testimony…

Jim Jordan appears on Fox News to explain how House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler is attempting to weave a tenuous impeachment plan through the politicization of ongoing congressional hearings.  The latest evidence is within in the testimony of former White House Communications Director Hope Hicks. [Full pdf below]

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The transcript of Hope Hicks testimony is below:

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135 Responses to Jim Jordan Discusses Embarrassing Spectacle of Hope Hicks Testimony…

  1. KnowSERENoFear says:

    IMHO – Hope redeems Millennials. I applaud her courage, loyalty, and patriotism…admirable for someone her age.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      All this proves is democrats are just vile, nasty, vengeful people. When the enemy is busy damaging themselves, don’t stand in the way. This will boomerang on them like everything else. They will get their just due in 2020.

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      • fedback says:

        Even CNN calls out misogynist pig Nadler

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        • Newt Love says:

          I wish she had said, “Chairman Gonads, my name is Ms Hicks,” but Hope Hicks is too professional to stoop into the cesspool of Chairman Gonads’ mind.

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          • boogywstew says:

            When Gonadler called her Mrs.Lewandowski “by accident” and then made a half baked apology about his mind wondering a good comeback … “Thinking of a bowl of Twinkies were you?”

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            • Linda K. says:

              I know Nadler thought he was dissing her somehow, by calling Ms. Hicks, Mrs Lewandowski, but it seems so very immature and rude of him, to treat a witness in that way. What was his actual point?And taking pictures of her, like, really? Have they never seen a pretty woman before? The Committee is close to perv territory.

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              • boogywstew says:

                How important to his case could she have been if the leading prosecutor can’t remember her name. Can you imagine Marcia Clark calling OJ Simpson “Mr. Butterworth” repeatedly or a Nuremberg prosecutor referring to Hermann Goering as “PeeWee”? In either case the prosecutors would have been escorted out of the courtroom on a stretcher.

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                • LoonsCall says:

                  unbelievable.. think he did it three times.. maybe he was having severe flashbacks of the Lewinsky affair.. very difficult to determine. Though doubt it. Maybe his pants are pulled up too tight.. can’t get his words out right. Or he is just flat out stupid

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                • LoonsCall says:

                  this is meant in no way to disparage Hope Hicks but it took me well over an hour to actually hear her voice on an old video…. was a tad disappointed but not by her words, so there’s that.. am not in doubt of her veracity or her commitment.. she just sounds slightly teenagerish.. guess after looking for almost an hour, was expecting a more mature type of voice.. but she stood strong so a good look & as it seems to have turned out, a good voice in support of your VSGPJT.. so yay for that

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              • Newt Love says:

                Chairman Gonads had previously asked her if she (a single woman) was having a relationship with (the then separated) Lewandowsky. Gonads was insulting her on purpose.

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                • Amy2 says:

                  Yes, trying to discredit her, the pig. If I was Ms. Hicks, when he called me Ms. Lewandowsky, I would have said, “if you want to question Ms. Lewandowski, I suggest you subpoena her.”

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        • wlbeattie says:

          1. First time I’ve watched @CNN for about 4 x years
          2. The commentators seemed serious & sensible
          They all seemed aware of how bad the #Dems are starting to look due to their lack of productivity and time wasting while they have the majority in Congress!
          The last lady to speak pointed that out quite concisely!
          “Newly elected Democrats”
          “Swing districts”
          “maybe taken from a Republican”
          …”want to go back & show people you’ve been doing something – but it’s being eclipsed”
          (paraphrased by me) …by things like these show hearings.

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          • vexedmi says:

            Agreed! Like you I hate to “click on” anything offered by CNN but the panelists were accurate. What’s with the picture taking? Could be money offered by the MSM for the worst one. Oh and Nadler’s fainting episode a few weeks ago seems to have effected what little brain matter he has left. He should step down from the position he squats on.

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      • Will Hunt says:

        The singular focus of lib/prog/dem/soc on adolescent attacks on and criticism of Trump et al makes it obvious to almost everyone (even CNN!) that they have nothing else to offer. Mr. Trump has dragged these vampires kicking and screaming into the sunlight. All of their policy and program initiatives, such as they are, are easily assailed as counterproductive and anti-American.

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      • Where are the ladies and gentlemen on that committee demanding Nadler’s resignation for tolerating such despicable mistreatment of Miss Hicks? I am so disgusted! How DARE they abuse that thoroughly remarkable young woman like that? They are all pigs!

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  2. cheering4america says:

    Reading daily about how free and easy (and sometimes vulgar, threatening, and illegal) this ongoing fishing expedition into our President’s life/history/campaign/finances/taxes/business/family/friends is infuriating.

    Either I need to stop reading or they need to STOP FISHING. It is so un-American.

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    • Dutchman says:

      cheering,
      Better stop reading. They WON’T stop fishing, even when it is obvious there are NO fish.
      They don’t stop, they don’t detour, they don’t relent, admit error or apologise.

      They just keep coming,..even in defeat they just keep going. In the end, there is only one answer, draw a line in the sand, and end them. Sad, but true and I think we all know that, really,…

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      • Dekester says:

        Cheers Dutchman,

        Same here in Canada. The left are truly evil and despicable mass of human excrement.

        It is freeing though. When I encounter an individual “ spouting off” about some perceived PDJT statement or action.

        If I bother, my immediate response is you either saw that on the CBC ( Canadian Broadcasting Corp.) or CNN. Or heard it from someone that did.

        Man they get Pi**ed fast.

        God bless PDJT

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        • nimrodman says:

          Just chirp cheerfully at them:

          “Oh, he’s not as bad as you think, actually he’s accomplishing quite a lot. I think at the end of his 8 years history will judge him quite positively.”

          And then duck – “8 years” being the grenade.

          Ha ha ha!
          Cracking my own damn self up.

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      • Chimpy says:

        Dutch: Not only will they keep fishing when they know that there is no fish, but they will be very loud about it. They will all buy the biggest rods and reels, show off their fancy nets, upgrade their boats and buy new waders. And they will brag about how they will catch the biggest fish.

        It’s all for show. For 2020.

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      • vladdy says:

        Slightly OT–just wanted to say “Bless you!” for saying “line in the sand.” Ever since O changed it to “a red line,” all the media (too young to know the real idiom? Too uneducated? Too awed by what O says? — it MUST be true!) have been doing the same, to the point that we rarely hear it said the way it is supposed to be….like those old Bugs Bunny cartoons, where he draws the line with his foot and dares Elmer or Daffy or whomever to step over it….”Now step over THIS line,” he says, backing up…

        Anyway, good to hear someone is not following O’s words, still, as if he has to still be guiding us all like a grammar guru. (Now if I can just convince Mark Levin to knock it off with “google it” and “could care less.”)

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        • Dutchman says:

          Actually, I THINK Moses may have been the first, and THAT was what I was referencing. He came down with the tablets, writ by the hand of God, and found the israelites worshiping a golden calf, having an orgy, whatever.
          Threw down the,tablets, took his,staff and scratched a line in the sand. Called all who believed in the ONE GOD to get on his side of the line, then he and his slew the rest. The despicables who, despite the many miracles they had seen Moses do, in the name of the one God, STILL didn’t believe.
          Sorry, from memory here.
          Point being while I hope PDJT can turn it around, there may be some that will not see. None so blind as,…

          And most of them live in big cities, in gated communities, in close proximity to those they righteously offer sanctuary to, and who crap in the,streets.
          Cities than just in time recieve potable water, electricity, transportation fuels and food transported hundreds of miles thru Red, flyover country.

          If those supply lines are disrupted, the cities will consume themselves, and gates won’t matter.
          I am REALLY glad I am out of the city,…..

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      • saintoil says:

        Absolutely, R majority and primary some Rino Never Trumps. Only answer.

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      It goes a long way to explain the increased number of great white sharks on the Atlantic seaboard and the increase in shark attacks. I guess if you are thrown in the swamp you can expect these sharks to attack!
      BTW, was Mr. Lieu doing his in-committee closed hearing take on Adam Schifft? Maybe he’s jealous that old Bug-Eyes gets so much attention?

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  3. Pa Hermit says:

    No wonder they’re for open borders. This is the best they can do? They purged the Conservative Democrats (Blue dogs) and now they are chasing their base away. The GOPe is slowly getting the message, but the Dems are rock solid on going against America! Now going on 2 years of nothing but Orange Man Bad and it’s getting pretty near disgusting that this is their only drive!

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    • Dutchman says:

      Wake up, Pa!
      The GOPe is NOT ‘slowly getting the message’, cause the GOPe is FULLY on board with the Democrat agenda.

      Fool me once,…there are literally hundreds of examples of RepubliCON betrayal, of RepubliCAN voters even before the ‘age of Trump’.

      The RepubliCONS are NOT “stupid”, gutless or greedy, those are attempts to EXCUSE their behavior, NOT explain it.
      There is only one, rational explaination.
      RepubliCONS are COMPLICIT.

      Like a scene from mission impossible, McConnell reaches down and pulls of his mask, and Pelosi is underneath, kackling her wicked laugh.

      Wake up and smell the cofeve, take the red pill and understand the RepubliCON party leadership, in Congress and at Natl., State and local level is NOT your friend, and in many cases is your enemy.

      Until the vast majority of RepubliCAN voters understand this, we are at best fighting a ‘holding action’.

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      • Thanks, you save me a few dozen keystrokes. I really have to figure that the reason we end up reading comments like the one you replied to is that it’s painful and difficult to accept the realities of evil.

        And 99% are evil, period. All 100% know what is going on and 99% support it fully.

        I really wish more of us could see that republicrats literally enjoy an upper hand behind the scenes than one could imagine, because it’s true. Otherwise, their job would be to look and act insane as the democans do.

        As you alluded to, the situation we are in historically leads to to total enslavement or one hell of a Reckoning. I vote for the latter 100%.

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        • Dutchman says:

          My ‘free’ advice (and so worth about what you pay for it) to all who recognise these fundamental truths; move OUT of the city.
          It is NOT about ‘blue states vs. red states’, its about CITY vs. ‘Flyover country’. Doesn’t MATTER what State, so called blue or red. EVERY major city is BLUE and the farther out from the city you get, tje REDDER it gets.

          IF the reckoning comes, that will be the tactical and strategic battlefield configuration.
          One ‘side’, all clustered up in cities, in close proximity with those they give sanctuary to, and TOTALLY dependant for neccesities like food, water,electricity and transportation fuels that are transported for HUNDREDS of miles,…thru red territory. And, with good old ‘just in time’ system, well,…use your imagination.
          Whereas, the ‘reds’ are dispersed widely, a logistical nightmare to,..’attack’ or even control territory.
          Get away from cities, is my advice.

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          • littleanniefannie says:

            The only thing red about these major cities is the bottom line on their accounting spreadsheets. They are crooked which is why they’re broke, they are lawless in their quest to be sanctuary cities which is why their streets are littered with homeless people and their urine/feces, they seek to subvert the constitution which is why they’re havens for criminals leading to astronomical murder rates, and they are largely an uneducated community thanks to the likes of the Promise Program and various derivatives.

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          • No matter what, the lemmings they use for their “mandates” are incapable of winning. Ever.

            But, frankly, there can NOT be a “civil war 2”, that would not benefit anyone but the self-serving scum that seeks to dominate and enslave us in their “beast” system.

            I’m counting on our VSG to get us where we need to be wisely, and am at the ready to serve the nation in whatever capacity called for. Period.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Yes, I remain hopefully optimistic. I HOPE for the best, but plan for the worst, hence moved out of the city, and have my prescious,…and even MORE prescious metal,..collection.

              Fresh air, fresh water, clear skies no traffic, and I can see, and reach out and touch, for miles,…

              I PRAY that PDJT prevails, and I HOPE he does,…I would even say I BELIEVE he will.

              But NOTHING could get me to live in a city again.

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              • vicschick says:

                Neither will my husband and me. We left Houston, Texas almost a year ago and settled in the middle of Michigan in farm country. Our little town is 11,000 people and the whole state is red, except for Detroit, Lansing and parts of Grand Rapids. I will never live in a big city again! And, we’re locked and loaded 👍🏻.

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                • MelH says:

                  vicschick, you must be forgetting the Muslim enclave in Dearborn, Michigan. One of the new Muslim Reps in the House (Tlaib) was so conscious of anti-Muslim sentiment, she gave her Father’s address in Detroit as her residence. She and her husband and their son actually live in Dearborn. Maybe there are Muslims who are not Democrat? The 4 we know of in Congress are all Democrat. Is there no punishment for giving a false residential address to Congress? Probably only if the candidate is Republican.

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          • Dekester says:

            Dutchman, you are one wise individual.

            Same here in Canada. All cities here are ultra left.

            Of course they don’t have to do anything substantial to make a living.

            It is great fun taking the pi** out of them though.

            They think they are so smart, as the pay up to $2000.00 per month, (which is about 60% of their income )to rent a tiny one bedroom flat near the hip area in our city.

            As we say among our group of PDJT supporters.The only thing nice about them is the colour of their money.

            God bless PDJT.

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            • Dutchman says:

              I know where you can buy acreage, 5 miles from where I live, $200 down, $200/ month. Stick an RV or trailer on it, haul water for 100 gallons/buck, ,….harvest a buck on occasion,…beautiful country and plenty of it,…

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            • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

              I laugh at all the Sillycon valley folks down below paying $3,000 a month for a one bedroom or efficiency. I pay less per month and have a whole mountain side. I’d hate to do it but we’ve got a plentiful supply of bucks, and turkeys every where you look. We have communist turkeys everywhere you look too, but I’m talking fowl!

              To keep away the liberal scum, I shoot a lot!

              The fake graveyard of skeletons reaching for the Trump2016 yard sign on the driveway displays our mindset pretty quickly.

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          • John says:

            Excellent advice. I came to the same conclusion about a year ago and just sold my house recently and moved to the country. Just getting away from all that urban crap has made my life more pleasant but the main benefit is going to be when the sh*t hits the fan and the big cities crumble.
            Picture news video of gridlocked freeways when people try to escape a hurricane. Now multiply that by 10. It will be an inescapable horror. Good riddance and God help the trapped righteous ones. We’ve been blessed with a 4 and possibly 8 year window to prepare and escape. Do it while you can.

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            • vladdy says:

              Nice conversation. Nothing like living in the country….about those GOPers….I feel like the only ones who represent me are the ones in the House Freedom Caucus and the few in the senate who are on the same page….give me Jordan, Nunes, Gaetz, and Meadows….oh, and Gohmert, of course.

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          • Unapologetic American Male says:

            In January of this year I after 55 years I left a decades long “safe” district in Morris County (Chris Christie’s county) N.J. with Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (RINO) which was surrendered to the Democrats in the fall of 2018 for SW Virginia where cattle outnumber people. I know, I know, I know, I know you’ll say “Virginia is held by Democrats” but I believe that is just for a short time longer, Gov. Ralph Blackface, Lt. Gov Justin 2 Times A Rapist, and Atty Gen. Blackface 2nd will help the Conservatives retake the state’s highest offices and hopefully gain a super-majority in both of the commonwealth’s houses.

            ………. as for fleeing large metropolitan/megalopolis cities it’s not just there where we are outnumbered Caliph of North America Barry Hussein Marshall-Davis/Obama.made sure he diluted the rural districts with reliable Democratic Party faithfuls ie. the freeloading “refugees” and “illegal aliens”, he’s planted them in every county seat across the nation and they reproduce like cockroaches.

            We must recruit those that still don’t vote (some here believe Trump to be part of “the Swamp” and don’t vote), we must convert others, and above all we must out-reproduce our enemy and believe me the Democratic Party and their diehard supporters ARE “our enemy”, they seek to exterminate us literally.

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            • Dutchman says:

              I have no doubts as to the Conmunist “democrats” intentions, they aren’t even trying to disguise it anymore.
              And yes, I have heard about ‘resettlement’ program. Part of the grand ‘re-making’of America of the fraud from Chicago, ..er Hawaii,..er wherever the h*ll he’s from.

              We are living in Historic times with an uncertain future, for our country and the world, thats for sure.

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              • Unapologetic American Male says:

                ….Mecca…he’s from Mecca

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                • Dutchman says:

                  Spawn of hell, regardless of geographic location, and probably a goat involved in there, and TMI as to how!
                  Trasformative all right. They transformed Californicate, as practice; the disease started at the two coasts, and in the big cities and is spreading.
                  At some point, and we ain’t there yet! Quarantine, eradicate and disinfect becomes the only viable option.
                  Praying is ALWAYS an option, however,…

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          • Trent Telenko says:

            Dutchman,

            That is a wise observation that needs to be kept off the nets.

            Think about it.

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            • Dutchman says:

              An observation of reality. Yes I understand what you are saying. Go to any of several 100 ‘survivalist’ websites, and you will see people pointing out the same thing.

              Catrina showed exactly how dependant large cities are to ‘just in time’ supply chains of neccesities, and how quickly and completely social order can break down, once they are disrupted.

              Reality is, if PDJT is unsuccesful, those of us who post regularly on the I-net, on this and similar sites, are probably sunk, anyway.

              C’est la vie?

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        • warrprin1 says:

          Here is the latest response I received from GOPe US Senator from PA, Pat Toomey. The most recent correspondence that I sent to him was built around the theme: “CHOOSE”, as in, “Choose sides, PUBLICLY, Senator Toomey, so that everyone will clearly see where you align yourself”. Yah, right.

          This is roughly the 6th recent exchange of correspondence with the GOPe wh0re from PA: an underhanded, “compromiser” who is sold out to BOTH the US CoC and the Senate Dems. The most disturbing part of his response is that I think he may actually believe what he / his staff have incorporated into his correspondence. Dig into the theme of each paragraph, to appreciate the full, overarching assault of the GOPe on the Republican voters who elected them.

          “Dear Zina,
          Thank you for contacting me about the Trump Administration.” I appreciate hearing from you. Editorial Comment: I contacted him about HIM and his failure to support the Republican Trump Admin.

          “Since President Donald Trump’s inauguration, I have heard from a number of Pennsylvanians both in support of and opposition to the administration. In a state as large and diverse as ours, I ipunderstand there being a wide array of opinions on the administration’s policies and actions. i appreciate you taking the time to share yours.”

          Editorial Comment: My letter was TO TOOMEY, ABOUT TOOMEY – not at all about the POTUS Admin’s positions or governance.

          “As a member of the United States Senate, my goal is to advance an agenda that benefits Pennsylvanians and the American people to the greatest extend possible. One of my highest priorities since coming to the Senate has been restoring fiscal responsibility to Washington and reining in our nation’s unsustainable deficits and spending. My focus has also included finding ways to create jobs, boost wages, cut excessive regulations on small businesses, bolster our national security, and support our law enforcement officials. Since my first campaign for public office, I’ve made clear I will work with anyone – Democrats, Republicans, the President, and private citizens – who share these goals.”

          Ed. Comm: He’s calling me naughty or stupid for failing to understand his lofty goals, but IMHO, his final sentence in the paragraph tells the story.

          “I am glad that the 115th Congress worked closely with President Trump and his administration to bring about the most historic reform to our tax code in over three decades. The vast majority of lower and middle-income taxpayers will pay less in federal taxes beginning in 2018 because of lower individual tax rates, in addition to a doubled standard deduction and child tax credit. The bill also reformed our outdated and uncompetitive business tax code, thus enabling American workers and businesses to compete globally, encouraging a surge in economic growth, and creating better paying jobs.”

          Ed comm: This was the President’s agenda, Senator Toomey. So nice of you to support it, and then attempt to take credit in the Congress for Something that would not have taken shape, much less succeeded, without the President’s determined leadership on federal tax reform.

          “As the case of tax reform illustrates, I will partner with the President when our interests and views align. Of course, there are times we disagree. As I made clear during the 2016 campaign, I will speak out publicly on those matters too.”

          Ed. Comm: He “never thought she would lose”. But it’s in the next paragraph that he really forgets to maintain his disguise.

          For example, as someone who recognizes that tariffs are harmful taxes on American consumers, I have been critical of many of the President’s trade actions. When some officials in the administration threatened to unilaterally withdraw our country from NAFTA in order to pressure Congress into approving a protectionist NAFTA 2.0, I spoke up publicly in opposition. Unilateral executive withdrawal would amount to the president creating new law, which the President can no more do than he could repeal Obamacare all by himself. I have strongly urged my colleagues to employ all legislative means necessary to block such an action if it occurred.”

          Ed comm: Oh dear and merciful Lord, where does one begin? Toomey just gave away the entire strategy, in print, that the RepubliCONS have engineered to please and serve their Globalist Masters of the Universe. On the bright side, he, or his staff, feels the need to defend his treachery against all the PA Republican who held our noses to vote for his in his 2016 successful re-election bid. But wait – there’s more! And here’s where I almost fell off my chair laughing at this REPUBLICAN U.S. SENATOR’S “take” on 2016, in spite of the volumes of evidence exposed about the Who’s Whos in the Crossfire Hurricane and The Insurance Policy sedition.

          “I also find it troubling that President Trump has not condemned more forcefully Vladimir Putin’s hostile actions against the United States and our allies, especially in regards to Russian meddling in the 2016 elections. I have said so publicly and continue to support legislative actions that will decisively push back against Russia.”

          Ed. Comm: I am speechless. The above paragraph speaks for itself. But brace yourselves, Treepers, because here comes the climactic big finish as he throws up a Crusader’s Shield to justify his existence. Translation: Trump is a big meany! Everybody says so!

          “I have also heard from many Pennsylvanians concerned with the nature of some of the President’s rhetoric and use of social media. I believe that the use of intentionally demeaning speech to criticize individuals is an inappropriate and ineffective way to engage in political discourse, whether it comes from protestors, journalists, or the President of the United States. As someone who came to Washington to tackle the serious issues facing our nation, I understand your frustration with the use of such language.”

          Ed comm: I made no reference to “such language”. He / They make lots of groundless assumptions. I LOVE President Trump’s tweets and his crystal clear language. *Anti-climactic closing paragraph wraps this up.

          “I hope that this letter gives you a better understanding of how I continue to work on policies and practices that benefit all Pennsylvanians. Thank you for sharing with me your thoughts on the Trump Administration. Please do not hesitate to contact me again in the future if I can be of assistance. Sincerely, Pat Toomey, U.S. Senator, Pennsylvania”

          Wrap up: A good part of my letter to Senator Toomey focused on the overwhelming problems with our Immigration system. You will have noticed that the Senator did not make one single reference to Immigration or the lawlessness that our Congress has failed to correct.

          Please, Friends, do not let up. Continue to increase the pressure on these leeches in our Legislative Branch. They are the closest to the public access and consequently, the most vulnerable come election season. I made it clear to the Senator that I would not vote for him again. I will leave that race blank and let the Dem win by default, because “at this point, what difference does it make?”

          Senator Toomey has, in print, revealed the truth about himself and in this constituent’s opinion, he is neither worthy of the public trust, nor does he merit the seat he keeps warm in the US senate. No more soup for you, Toomey!

          Many of those who read and post here have hammered away at the reality that these elected Republican officials are not, even minimally, committed to representing the best, and the express interests of the people who vote for them. They are correct. The elected GOPe are CONS and we need to clean the CONS out of both Chambers of the U.S. Legislative Branch. Let them eat cake in the US CHAMBER – of Commerce.

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          • TPW says:

            What you received was a form letter……no doub he is getting a lot of criticism……a form letter is a way to pretend you matter enough to merit a response……..you and the thousands of other people who are pissed. He did not even see your concerns..

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            • bentley1blog says:

              TPW…I too used to receive form letters from the AZ Senators, McStain and Flakey. They all send form letters reeking of their false words and promises hoping they have buried your concerns. Rotten, stinking liars.

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          • vladdy says:

            Don’t you always wonder why these highly polite and well-brought up people complaining because the president hits back NEVER say anything about the pure, vile hatred and just plain ugly manners of those who repeatedly call him mentally ill, a pathological liar, and a traitor to the country? Naw, that seems to be just fine -nothing crass about that!

            That letter was a hoot. I seem to remember a president starting off his first term by offering a hand to the other side, saying he was representing ALL Americans and letting all know that he was willing to let bygones be bygones. I just hope they’re all very, very sorry very soon, that they didn’t take him up on it while they had the chance.

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          • Pa Hermit says:

            I have written to both Sens. Casey and Toomey. Both are as useless as the hind teat on a boar hog! Ask Casey where he stands on an issue and you get a “canned response” so I have quit wasting my time on him. Toomey, if my memory serves me correctly, was Mitch’s 18th vote for impeachment if it came up in the Senate! In other threads, I have opened up to some GOPe Sens. that appear to have seen the light. Neither of these Pa Sens can see the light at the end of the tunnel. I thought Casey would fall to Lou Barletta, but somehow Casey won. I don’t believe he has authored any legislation in his tenure. Again, useless! Toomey rode in on the TEA Party wave and has become just another useless pig at the trough. I share your frustrations and have saved all my communications for reference. I don’t believe this GOPe will ever become useful and needs to go. I don’t see anyone on the horizon except maybe Lou Barletta to run against him.

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        • James Carpenter says:

          Which begs the plea to make choices in _the primaries_ which can then make a difference in November. RINOs must be hunted to extinction and it all starts (and ends) at the state-level primaries. The percentage of incumebts who enjoy perpetual re-election MUST be reduced if DJT’s sacrifice is to make a lasting difference.

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      • Pa Hermit says:

        Well if I’m all wet, it will show in the next election. I see the GOPe as coming around to the point, slow but turning none the less. The Dems are becoming a lost cause. The GOPe either evolves or they become lost too. There isn’t a lot of maneuverability room here. We went from just a handful of people (Congress) that follow, to 2 handfuls. It’s a start, but you gotta start somewhere!

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        • Dutchman says:

          I like the optimism, and I think its possible SOME R’s in Congress just ‘go along to get along’, and do what leadership tells them, but,…
          By now, they either are on board, or the enemy. Rep. Ghomert said it best; any Republican in Congress who was publically quoted as saying;”Mueller is an HONORABLE man, and should be allowed to continue his investigation” is the ENEMY. NOT YOUR FRIEND.
          Thats the only test you need. TALK is cheap. It cost L.Graham NOTHING to give that 2 minute speach during kavanaugh, and it probably won him re-election!

          Despite his support for a national red letter law, to take away guns without due process, despite that he STILL supports amnesty for illegals, despite the fact that he is STILL a back stabbing, lieing 2 faced p.o.s. that SOOOO wanted to be the one to tell PDJT “Sorry, there are enough R votes in the,Senate to impeach. You must resign, President Trump.”

          But, 2 minutes of impassioned speach, and we are supposed to forget HE IS A SNAKE,
          Not me.

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          • Pa Hermit says:

            Let me assume by your remarks that these people are never to be allowed to change an opinion. Graham and Haley (Never Trumpers) will never be allowed to change because they were of the wrong opinion? You shut out anyone who wasn’t on the Trump train from the word go? What a closed mind! You’re almost as bad as those Lefty radicals with that mind set! THE ONLY THING CONSTANT IN THIS WORLD IS CHANGE!

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            • Dutchman says:

              I agree only constant is change, but a snake is a snake, can’t become a rabbit. ACTIONS count, words not so much.

              If I see consistent, concrete ACTIONS, I am willing to recognise change.
              Graham is head of Senate Judiciary committee, in Senate supoosedly controlled by Republicans.
              WHY isn’t he holding hearings, subpoenaing witnesses and records, exposing lie of ‘russia hacking election’ disabusing Mueller/weisman,…

              WHERE the F*ck IS HE?
              How about introducing pro-maga legislation, to force Democrats to vote against it?

              He issues statements in support of the President,….when he says he agrees with him.

              Let me see concrete, consistent ACTIONS,..as evidence of a genuine change of heart.

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        • jeans2nd says:

          Pa, Dutchman and the others are wise and should be read.

          That said, the GOPe is only “coming around” b/c the GOPe has finally found new Big Bucks donors to replace others who have fled. Keep the Big Bucks rolling in, and all is well with the politicians.

          Never forget, with politicians it is all about the money. Never look any higher than their wallets – and protect your wallet, btw. Both branches of the Uniparty are coming after YOUR wallet.

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          • Pa Hermit says:

            These others are wise? Why the closed mind to someone that is slow to come around? There are too many “hard @$$es” as it is, don’t be one of them! You should welcome anyone that starts to see the light!

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        • Amy2 says:

          Right! When someone gives me something, I always think, hey, it’s something I didn’t have five minutes ago! Two handfuls in Congress is more than we had three years ago.

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    • The Dems are rock solid against America, clearly because they are still largely the Cult of Obama, who is, as we are being informed here and there (here and American Thinker, for me) that Obama/Soetoro is playing the Shadow President (the “Once and Future King” for them, as it were), for example touring the “Royal Courts” (political leaders) of Europe to assure them the President is a momentary blip in the Grand Plan (I know he is doing that, because everything he says is a blatant lie, to energize America’s enemies and demoralize America’s patriots).

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  4. MIKE says:

    I’d heard that fat little blob of protoplasm repeatedly addressed Ms. Hicks as, “mrs. Lewandowsky”.
    Why didn’t anyone make a motion to dismiss all testimony and point out lil’ nadless’s blatant attempt at character assassination?

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Chairman Nadler just further proved that he is one arrogant bitter old sexist pig. He should be immediately demoted or removed totally from the Judiciary Committee; and if Speaker Pelosi had an ounce of integrity left in her she would do it! Do it Nancy. This is the 21st Century, do it for women everywhere.

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      • littleanniefannie says:

        Maybe NoNads is just claiming to be a woman so Nancy has herself another woman chairman. Whether he fancies himself humorous or entertaining who knows? The one thing he doesn’t have to worry about being mistaken for is intelligent! #2 would be honest. #3 would be legitimate.

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    • Maybe this is similar to what finally happened to Joseph McCarthy. He ran on and on for a very long time (and it now appears that some of what he was chasing was actually true), overstaying his welcome until his colleagues finally put a stop to it by censuring him. I honestly don’t know how long the Democrats who aren’t “radical” will continue to put up with what people like Mr. Nadler are obsessively doing. But, until that time finally comes, maybe it’s best to just let them keep on doing it – until November 2020 comes along and they all become private citizens again.

      “Impeachment” is the candle flame, and every one of them are the moths. They’re going to obsessively keep flying closer and closer and closer to it until … pfft.

      And you simply cannot talk sense to them. You can’t say, “hey look, you’re a moth and that’s a candle flame.” The question becomes, how much longer will their non-radical colleagues put up with this before they begin to save their own asses? Will Nancy Pelosi ever become the party leader that her Speakership says that she should be? No one knows, and the moths just keep flying in circles.

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      • Frankly, everything McCarthy was saying was true, though the terms were imo too narrow in scope. If only we would address the evils of psychopathic and interconnected totalitarian scum (globalists) that consider themselves feudalists by nature of being the only ones fit to control mankind then we may finally get somewhere.

        Politics, combined with religion, keep the “game” of circular rhetoric (BS) going and the sheople “busy discussing” ad nauseam. Meanwhile, the work of evil continues right under our noses and often right to our face.

        Fact, the Big Club IS an evil conspiracy… and it’s trying to convince Americans that the Constitution and “government” has failed them when that isn’t true at all. Those who have assumed the power and control have intentionally “failed” us by not using the Constitutional framework of our Republic and they know it.

        But, VSG PDJT knows it too and has known it for decades.

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      • littleanniefannie says:

        “I honestly don’t know how long the Democrats who aren’t “radical” will continue to put up with what people like Mr. Nadler are obsessively doing. ‘

        Unfortunately, you can count the number of Democrats who aren’t radical on one hand.

        “Impeachment” is the candle flame, and every one of them are the moths.
        President Donald J. Trump is their Bug Zapper. Can’t you hear it? Bzzzt?

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    • dallasdan says:

      Nadler is a fool on public display.

      He repeatedly shamed himself by his addressing Ms. Hicks by the wrong name, his persisting in asking questions that were inappropriate given an agreement made prior to her interview, and his legal incompetence in attempting to joust with the attorney assisting Ms. Hicks.

      The entire proceeding was a colossal embarrassment for Dems everywhere.

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  5. Devil in the Blue Drapes says:

    I read Hope’s transcript last night. She’s one smart cookie. Polite, articulate, concise and shove-it-down-your-throat when warranted.

    Dems had their entire rude tribe in attendance, along with their “staff press” (do these camera whores need their own press?). I thought MSM was assigned to them?

    Ted Lieu live tweeting. Rude, crude Jackson-Lee, Biotch Dean (Pa), and Norm Eisen, who seemed to recognize early on, Hicks was not the typical cowardly apologetic target normally put forth by the Republican Party.

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    • jmclever says:

      That’s because Trump always surrounds himself with exceptional people. He’s not the typical Republican and so none of his people are either.

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      • Kitty-Kat says:

        Hope started as Ivanka’s assistant in Ivanka’s clothing business, and then Ivanka recommended her for the job as assistant to her dad.

        When she left the job as his assistant in the WH, Sarah H. Sanders said how much she was going to miss Hope, especially her sense of humor.

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    • Hope is the quintessential “modern woman,” more than able to deal decisively – and yet, ever so politely and ever so poised – with a*sholes like the very many with which she was so callously confronted. She had several marvelous rejoinders that demonstrated grace in the face of sexist-pig stupidity that most certainly should have no place in my(!) United States Congress!

      (I mean that as the highest and most sincere praise to her. She personified “illegitimus non carborundum.”(*)

      I can only hope that the depravity of these Committee members might finally catch up with them. These people have no credibility left. I hope that there are still Congressmen left who value the Noble Institution of which they are an Honored Member … more than these fools do.

      – – –
      (*) (Latin) “Don’t let the assholes grind you down.”

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  6. Tiffthis says:

    Remember that Lisa page got info on Hope and txt it over to her boyfriend. These people are sick

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    • tempejeff says:

      Isn’t it amazing, they want her to ‘spill the beans’ about President Trump but, have no interest in the actual Russian Collusion By Hillary and the DNC.

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      • tempejeff says:

        You, of course, could include President Obama; or is it Valerie Jarrett? Dem dems just cain’t take no responsibility; no how, no ways… I ain’t no ways tarred, neither. If the American Citizens vote for another Criminal (D), there is no hope left for us.

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      • Tiffthis says:

        They really wanted her to talk about her personal life more. The entire thing was a sham. 💯

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  7. permiejack says:

    I couldn’t get past page 23. I think Nadlers sole purpose was to get the exact same answer over and over and over again. That was only to admit to executive privilege. His only goal here was his attempt to further an obstruction charge on the basis of executive privilege.

    Which of course is within the law. It’s all optics to feed to the msm…..the democrat lobby.

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    • You know, at this point I’m waiting for these people to craft their Articles of Impeachment and watch it fail … in the House.

      “Here is your political death-warrant. And, since you are wearing a Blue T-shirt, we are expecting you to ‘just sign here.'”

      At what point will members of their Party wake up and decide for themselves that they would still like to be sitting in those very-uncomfortable wooden chairs in the year 2021, even if so many of their former colleagues are not?

      Right now, they are following the lead of a handful of old men who – as it will very soon begin to turn out – are co-conspirators in an elaborate criminal scheme to “bring down the duly elected President.” Are these Democrats seriously going to want to sign their name to that death-sentence? One wonders.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        Mike, congress has refused its Constitutional duty to prepare budgets, now for many years, forcing a government crisis at the end of the preceeding appropriation. A last-minute, typically unread budget is then pushed by the party “leaders” who decide who gets what. If any dem refuses to vote as instructed on any issues, this cuts the budget for that representative’s constituents. This forces absolute power into a few “leaders, who sneak in funding for “friends” and eliminate it for “uncooperatives”. The President has to sign it with all the corruption, or “shut down the government”.

        As long as this top-down unconstitutional anti-budgeting process continues, the individual dem congresscritters will continue to be vote-robots.

        Nixon tried the “line item veto”, but the SC unfortunately struck it down. The SC should have made an exception when there is a lack of a budgeting process in Congress.

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      I got to where Lieu was outed as live-tweeting and his Smarta$$ comment about “only objections”. I didn’t think he was so stupid that he couldn’t understand the plain English of his Chair-thing. I was wrong!

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    • tempejeff says:

      I spent 2 hours this afternoon reading the whole darn thing. Dems repeatedly asking her to talk about privileged communications and grand-standing. Bravo-Sierra and almost 3 hours I’ll never get back. Seditionists are what they are. I just calls them as I sees them.

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  8. CNN_sucks says:

    Who is the real fascist? Nadler.

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  9. mikebrezzze says:

    Nadler would “self entertain “ if he could reach it!

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  10. Steven Edwards says:

    No they claimed some sort of new Blanket Privilege not Executive Privilege. No one is thinking through the implications of a future Democrat Administration with this ‘discovered’ ability, just like with FISA the Republican Water carriers are creating a trap for themselves.

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    • No, it is “executive privilege.” The three Branches are co-equal. The President’s staff, and certain matters pertaining to his lawful execution of Executive Branch duties, are indeed privileged from the two other Branches.

      But what these Congressmen might not yet be considering is that felony criminal charges are about to start “dropping” onto some very highly-placed heads. The flames from this conflagration are very likely to burn up … but they can also burn sideways. There is very little doubt that this caper had … (how shall we say this politely?) … “plenty of help all over town.” What are these people going to do if – if only to save their own skin – someone testifies that certain Congressmen conspired with them to sit on certain Committees and from those chairs to further the illegal designs of the coup?

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      • Beau Geste says:

        Mike, they are “damned if they do, and damned if they don’t”. The FBI (+CIA/NSA) has been collecting blackmail information on all congresscritters, judges and “leaders” for decades. Hoover’s files used as blackmail and to “protect” his dress-wearing power were legendary. That was before the digital age and capability. The blackmail info on congresscritters who rise in power and wealth is much worse than any mere (we talked to the FBI about surveillance to keep russians from our elections”.
        The better threat would be to say “we have found files secretly kept by the FBI and obama administration on congress, its staff, contributios and lobbyists, much like the MLK, Jr. file”

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      • Steven Edwards says:

        If that is the case, then why are they not asserting Executive Privilege?

        Congress has a duty to conduct Oversight. Article One comes first for a reason, and by virtue of the House’s ability to hire (by certifying the electoral votes or breaking a deadlock) and firing (by virtue of impeachment in the House and conviction in the Senate), the framers made it clear they wanted The People to be able to conduct said oversight of who and how Article Two was ran.

        What do you call someone who can hire and fire you? The boss.

        You may agree with the Presidents policies, you may love everything about him. But he will not be President forever. The Republic is not Article Two living in a vacuum with Supreme Regulatory Authority. Congress has a duty to keep the Executive under a microscope specifically because Executive Authority can be abused.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      The WH Lawyers might ask nadler if there is any “congressional privilege” protecting the taxpayer payments made by congress to cover up sexual harassment? Congressional “deliberations”, or “fact finding?”

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  11. Henry chance says:

    She is very concise and sharp in the way she responds.

    This is classic intimidation.
    My idea of reacting to intimidation is one warning and leave.

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  12. 1970novass396 says:

    Hope can stay at my trailer anytime she likes. Maybe she can help me take down my Christmas icicle lights if she would be so kind. I bet she would be impressed with my Dave Clark Five greatest hits album. Because…because I love you………errrbody sing

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  13. bkrg2 says:

    I got a sense from Trumps comments and non-verbal cues that he is very pissed off about these traitors pulling Hope Hicks into another session of questioning. It’s a different reaction than when Don Jr or others got pulled into this circus sideshow. Did anyone else sense this?

    It’s my sincere hope that he slaughters one of thier rats within the next few days for retailation. Of course, I would like to see him go nuclear on the entire pack of rats, but I think he is waiting for election time.

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  14. Justin Green says:

    I liked the fact that the WH lawyers made it clear that it was they, and not Hope, declaring the privilege, since Hope no longer works in the WH.

    They made Nadler look REALLY stupid. Then Nadler asked Hope’s personal attorney if he was advising Hope to use executive privilege, lol. He said, “Uh, no, I don’t work for the White House.”

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  15. tav144 says:

    Jim should bring some fried fish, a rubber fish, and a fishing pole to the next hearing. 🐟

    Liked by 2 people

    • tav144 says:

      Or play “Go Fish” card game while the Dems are busy wasting taxpayer money.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Or some breaded, fat-infused, deep-fried fish, which he offers to nadler from a cardboard bucket at every stupid or offensive question. With a fan blowing the fried-fat aroma toward nadler.

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  16. Tiffthis says:

    Nadler looks so dumb in these transcripts.

    Liked by 1 person

  17. Mncpo(ret) says:

    I LOVED that Nunes said “pervs”. Perfect optics. These old, fat, wrinkled Dems called her in to ogle her and ask about her love life.

    It couldn’t be scripted better. They look like Pervs.

    Perfect.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Those congresscritters who are, in fact, “pervs”, must have interesting records the FBI Hoovered-up on them, in the secret FBI blackmail files.

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  18. Justin Green says:

    They released this transcript, although it was a “closed” session.

    Guess it’s “closed” when Democrats are nervous it might not go their way, and “open” when they want to embarrass a political opponent (or try to).

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    • ppanther says:

      They don’t want us all seeing the truth about who and what they really are, COMMUNISTS, who are trying to rule America with their mush for brains, thick tongued speeches and nervous nasties! We already know who and what you ARE! GET OUT! Go live in Cuba, Siberia, Russia, China, anywhere you like them stealing your innards for profit while you are still laying there, alive! They won’t mind if you don’t!

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  19. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    This is what happens when we allow functional illiterates to be seated in the House of Representatives. Apparently the lunatics are running the democrat asylum nowadays.

    “There are camps and people are being concentrated. This is very simple. I don’t even know why this is a controversial thing for her to say.” ~ Representative Ilham Omar, D(Muslim) Minn.

    Import thousands of 3rd World peasants and try to educate them and this is what they end up with. Hailed by Democrats of course because she despises America and that’s all that really matters to them.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Niagara Frontier says:

      Just as alarming is the fact that many of these imports have also become teachers in our public schools. How will we ever recover from that?

      Liked by 1 person

    • ppanther says:

      we should all help her pack so she can get out of the place she hates, America! Send her packing to her own third world country! She doesn’t deserve to be here!

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    • ppanther says:

      I would like to know why these ANTI AMERICANS are ALLOWED to be in Congress at all!? Or actually, in the country. They got in here by fraud and bigamy and incest, lying and cheating. But no one says a word about that! All they do is complain about the ‘campaign funds’ as if that is more important than having an anti America, hate filled person making the laws that govern our people who live in freedom. They are here to make sure we don’t keep it that way and try to institute Sharia crap into our system. They all need to be exiled to their own country, ASAP!

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    • nwtex says:

      In the 2018 election, Omar defeated Jennifer Zielinski (R) by more than 56 percentage points to replace outgoing incumbent Keith Ellison (D). Omar defeated five other candidates in the August 14 Democratic primary. She received 48.2 percent of the vote while her closest competitor, Margaret Kelliher, received 30.4 percent.

      https://ballotpedia.org/Ilhan_Omar
      ———————————-
      The social fabric is changing —>

      The population of Minnesota Muslims grew most rapidly in the 1990s with the influx of Somalian, Bosnian, and East African refugees. Today there are approximately 150,000 Muslims living in Minnesota, many in the Twin Cities metro area.
      The Minnesota Muslim community is especially diverse. In fact, only 4% of Minnesota Muslims are Arab. About 38% are immigrants, 17% multigenerational, and 45% first-generation Americans.

      http://mnchurches.org/respectfulcommunities/interfaithprogramming/takingheart/MuslimsinMinnesota.html

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  20. Dman says:

    The rot of our government institutions are in full display.

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  21. john edward lorenz says:

    If they weren’t such dangerous buffoons they’d be funny. (Demsheviks on House Judiciary)

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  22. MR52 says:

    Wow, I can’t believe I saw this. I was on Drudge and I clicked on the Weissman book deal which too me to the crappy Axios site. As I was checking out other things on the site, I saw this picture.

    Dean’s Mueller Report is the Washington Post version. What a joke. He can’t even do his own assessment of the report.

    I would post the actual picture, but it is a getty photo

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  23. grlangworth says:

    Fair-minded people are victimized by the cynicism of the Dhimm Party. They should never forget this.

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  24. convert says:

    Even CNN In nside Politics is blasting Nadler!! Wow.

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  25. Jim Comey is a weasel_Doug says:

    Nadler was preoccupied playing with his Vienna

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  26. beachbum31 says:

    Dear Lord; please get me within spitting distance of Nadler. I know Father, I previously had prayed to be within spoiled egg chucking distance, but I hope you can now agree the former would cleanse my soul. Amen

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  27. simicharmed says:

    You Know…Seriously! ANY American Citizen SHOULD be ashamed to be a “registered Democrat”!

    That “Democrat” association should be enough! The Democrat Society (and association,), is DIRECTLY related to human sufferer-age and wide-ranging racism! Slavery and Jim Crow Laws are OWNED by the Democrats and their DNC! The Nation NEEDS to have the truth revealed!

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  28. littleanniefannie says:

    Yeah, NoNads, this is your committee too!

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  29. SwissArmyString2019 says:

    I’m only 35 or so pages into her testimony. We all have problems with lawyers. I’ve been sued a few different times in my life some times I had good lawyers and others well the difference is notable.

    Ms. Hicks has some good ones looking out for her. The lawyers right away got items introduced into the record that the Swamp probably wouldn’t want there. Ms. Hicks lawyers got Nadler so flustered and frustrated that he actually called her by a different name. Most importantly Ms. Hicks lawyers objected to almost every question. Nadler most of the time wouldn’t even ask on what grounds the objection was for. This made the Swamp look weak and powerless. All by repeating one little word- Objection.

    So far the only thing I would have done differently if I represented Ms. Hicks would be advising the committee that my client would not be reading out loud any documents to them. I would explain that my client appeared to answer questions/ give testimony. I would explain that my client did not appear to perform a recital.

    Nadler would then be forced to read out loud whatever he had to. This would not only be taxing on him physically, we all know what happened to him recently where he passed out, but it would also force his Alzheimered, syphillas riddled brain to work harder. By reading line after line of text he would just look stupider than most people view him to already be.

    Well back to reading the rest of the testimony. I sure hope all these Aholes get put in prison.

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  30. Soldier/Cop/Grunt, Retired says:

    It’s past time! The Hick’s hearing is the last straw! From this day forward not one single current and/or past employee/associate of the Trump Campaign, the Trump White House, nor the Executive Branch, should be compelled to appear before any element of the Congress/Legislative Branch without the following conditions being in play.
    1. The specific objective(s) of the inquiry/investigation must clearly demonstrate a legitimate legislative purpose.
    2. The specific contribution to the inquiry/investigation’s objectives expected of the individual subject compelled to appear will be presented to the appropriate legal authorities from the Executive branch.
    3. The specific questions the individual subject will be compelled to address must clearly demonstrate a legitimate relevance to inquiry/investigation’s objectives.
    4. No individual will participate in any manner in any part of a Congressional inquiry/investigation until specific approval has been granted by the Executive branch and a general outline of expected testimony has been rendered/approved by the executive branch.
    5. Individuals called and approved for participation in the inquiry/investigation will be accompanied by appropriate legal counsel from the Executive branch.
    6. The Congressional budget for the inquiry/investigation will include funds to provide reasonable restitution for an attorney to represent the personal interest of the individual subject should he/she desire the same.
    7. All rights/privileges afforded subjects in Federal Judicial Branch pre-trial/trail/post-trial hearings will be observed/afforded any and all individual subjects called before a Congressional inquiry/investigation.

    It is long past time to hold members of the Legislative branch to the professional standards mandated/implied by the Constitution and the Common Law of the Land for those with the range of power they have over individual citizens of the United States of America. Those members of Congress violating the rights of citizens compelled to appear before them should be held accountable without exception.

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  31. InAz says:

    Hope Hicks should have said…”I can not answer any questions because I am not Mrs. Lewandowsky. Obviously this committee wanted Mrs. Lewandowsky so I will now leave.

    Or keep repeating……I can’t recall, I can’t remember, I don’t know, I take the 5th.

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  32. ppanther says:

    who appointed these congress people to be investigators? Their job is to make laws and work to represent the PEOPLE! The PEOPLE elected our PRESIDENT DONALD JOHN TRUMP! Who are they to question their bosses!? Get a life, do your job or go home! Get off the broken record or we will make sure you aren’t in W. D.C. any longer!

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  33. tempejeff says:

    For what it’s worth, I think she ‘grabbed them by the p*ssy! ‘

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