Sunday Talks: Stephen Miller -vs- Chris Wallace….

Guardian of the swamp gates, Chris Wallace, returns from executive planning sessions with fellow travelers to advance the Trump-Ukraine Conspiracy narrative.  Taking the most recent talking points from House Democrats on Fox News Sunday, the insufferable Wallace debates White House advisor Stephen Miller.

Baghdad Wallace skips over the actual transcript of the Trump-Zelenskyy phone call and instead prefers to debate the scripted narrative within the whistleblower complaint about the content of the phone call.  Whistleblower good / Orangeman bad.

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217 Responses to Sunday Talks: Stephen Miller -vs- Chris Wallace….

  1. Woeful Wallace working extra hard, pushing the Dem talking points, trying to earn a Paul Ryan star on his forehead.

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  2. Woeful Wallace working extra hard, pushing the Dem talking points, trying to earn a Paul Ryan star on his forehead.

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  3. Petrel says:

    Regarding Giuliani and Steve Miller’s negative references to the US Deep State: Apparently the Ukrainian government — under President Poroshenko and his successor President Zelensky — attempted to share with the US documents detailing actions by the US Deep State to influence the 2016 Election. No surprise, Obama’s ambassador in Kiev refused to transmit the information through the Diplomatic Pouch and refused to give Ukrainian officials the visas they needed to enter the US.

    So the Ukrainian government hired a respected US lawyer to give the documents to the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York. Months pass and the documents never reach the Attorney General’s office in DC. So the Ukrainian government hired a second US lawyer to pound the desk of SoS Mike Pompeo, who then asks Giuliani to visit with Ukrainian representatives in Spain. These share their country’s concern that President Trump might be hostile to them for some misunderstanding.

    Giuliani is dumbfounded, returns to the States and briefs both President Trump and SoS Pompeo. Following Giuliani’s briefings, President Trump is on the phone with President Zelensky to express his congratulations on Ukrainian election results favorable to better government and warm appreciation of the Ukraine.

    Given 30-months of obstruction by the US Deept State, Steve Miller has every right to criticise these swamp creatures — a breed of two-legged viciousness which President Zelensky spoke about, during his one-on-one meeting with President Trump, at the UN General Assembly last week.

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  4. OmegaManBlue says:

    Wallace is insufferable as usual.

    Liked by 4 people

    • huecowacko says:

      Wonder if Rush Limbaugh is still loving himself some Chris Wallace?

      Liked by 1 person

      • GB Bari says:

        Agree. At some point Rush needs to disassociate from leftist scum like Wallace who are trying to ruin the President (and kick the President’s supporters in the groin) with false narratives.

        I’ve heard Rush explain his association with Wallace – it goes way back to Rush’s early years in his radio career. I guess Rush feels Wallace was helpful to Rush in gaining a national prominence, but I would argue to Rush that he earned his own national prominence all by by himself, with his astute political commentary.

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  5. Heika says:

    Oh boy… what a goose!
    I am sorry for stating the obvious

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  6. oldishmariner says:

    My takeaways:
    A military aid package was never discussed (and military purchases were only once brought up and then, only by President Zelensky).
    Nowhere is there anything close to an explicit or implicit quid–pro–quo.
    The “favor” being reported on was about the Ukraine working with John Durham’s ongoing “investigate the investigators” efforts (not the Biden/Burisma one).
    President Zelensky first raised the subject of meeting with Rudy Giuliani.
    Giuliani’s help was offered by President Trump because he was knowledgeable about the topic.
    President Zelensky first raised the issue of the “Biden/Burisma” investigation.
    From the tone, content and structure of the conversation, it would seem that President Zelensky had already started, or was already planning to soon start, a new “Biden/Burisma” investigation.
    President Trump never asked the Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden’s son. He editorializes (as he often does) when Zelensky brings up the subject, but there is no request. How do you request something that is already happening?

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    • aumechanic says:

      HI thought I heard on one Rudy’s fox interviews (hannity)? That Ukraine prosecute had shut down a lawsuit that Rudy was involved with concerning the Russian collusion, did I miss here or am I just misunderstang? If anybody knows?

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  7. Mike Robinson says:

    So, can a Congressman go to prison for lying to Congress, too …?

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    • According to the Constitution, members of Congress are not immune to arrest for felonies, breach of the peace . . . or treason. According to the Constitution, that is. What is required is someone in a position of authority who’s actually read, understood, and is dedicated to upholding that document.

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  8. Bonitabaycane says:

    Wallace is detestable.

    His methodology is clear:

    Disrespectfully and condescendingly ask questions, that are framed as a narrative of the Left, to anyone from the Trump Administration.

    Then interrupt every answer, when he doesn’t approve of the response.

    Wallace is a Leftist tool who sickens me.

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  9. @ChicagoBri says:

    Chris Wallace is a liar. He said to Miller, “I’ll give you a minute uninterrupted.” Wallace proceeds to briefly interrupt twice in 30 seconds before beginning another filibuster of Miller.

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  10. 1stgoblyn says:

    I am sorry but watching that clip just made me want to reach through my tv screen and smack that stupid smirk off Wallass’ face. So smug and righteous. And when he said he would give Stephen a minute to answer the question re how did the Biden’s break the law he then interrupts him 25 seconds in and 5 seconds more just interrupted again and was absolutely obnoxious. And he said Lutsenko said the Biden’s did nothing wrong when what Lutsenko actually said (repeated it in fact) was he didn’t know of any Ukrainian law they may have broken. Maybe Ukraine has no laws against bribing a gov’t official?

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    • nimrodman says:

      The only effective counter to a chronic interruptor is to sit silently until they stop.

      Then – ask “Are you done? May I respond?”

      Then, the next interruption, hold he same silence and then – ask

      “Are you done? May I respond without interruption?” (escalating the charge)

      It may sound pedantic but it calls out the culprit clearly for interrupting (not fair debate) and if it has to be done repeatedly, it paints the culprit as NOT an honest broker

      It’s really the only way

      If you let him persist with interruptions, it’s mayhem, possibly to your detriment, and puts you into a dynamic of trying to talk over him talking over you, talking over him talking over you, yada yada yada

      I’m no expert, and maybe comms experts wouldn’t endorse it, but if I were on the White House comms team, I’d propose that it be evaluated and trial-ed, and if judged to be effective, then school all the Administration speakers in the tactic

      Other small tactics would be to ask “Do have a question for me, or are you just editorializing?” – for when they’re editorializing their preferred narrative.

      And – as many have said here – reject the premise or narrative as false, inaccurate, etc, if indeed it is.

      Just musing – not an expert, like I said

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      • 1stgoblyn says:

        I think Stephen did that during this interview once or twice but not enough as you have outlined. Would be great if our side would stop talking over them when they interrupt, as you suggest, but human nature, or something…

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  11. Zoe says:

    What an insufferable Wallace is.

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  12. jeans2nd says:

    Wallace says at the end that Pelosi’s House of Representatives is a co-equal branch of gubmint.
    Good grief, do NONE of these Swamp Creatures in the Swamp know ANYTHING about gubmint?
    Anything? Anything at all???

    The House of Representatives is one half (1/2) of one third (1/3) of the U.S. Gubmint. (that equals one sixth – 1/6)
    Hardly co-equal.

    Bagdad Chris never misses a chance to beclown himself. Getting in the last word, showcasing his ignorance, made everything else preceding irrelevant.
    strike that – Bagdad Chris IS irrelevant

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  13. cantcforest says:

    My sainted mother told me “If you can’t say something good about someone, don’t say it.” Unfortunately, too many other conservatives feel the same way. Maybe we could change some laws regarding libel and slander to encourage others to adopt our approach.

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  14. Yy4u says:

    Wallace is Deep State swamp — propaganda wing — they are fighting being drained, that’s all.

    Press-Democratic–Ruling Elite staged a successful coup against Richard Nixon jn 1972 sending a message that THEY are in charge, that Republican presidents serve at their pleasure in order to preserve the illusion of a two party system.

    Reagan wasn’t supposed to win –Bush (one of them) was. Reagan was almost assassinated. Hinckley obviously did it. But if he wanted Jodie Foster’ s attention why shoot the president?

    The die was cast in 1988 when Reagan left and Bush restored the status quo. Clinton, Bush, Obama –statist globalists all. And then along came Trump. Hence this coup. It will never end until either he is gone or the swamp is drained.

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  15. mtk says:

    Well this this is shaping up for all the apples.

    This is my IMHO as to why Steven is speaking with such absolute certainty at the start of the interview.

    Can’t wait for the EO that comes outs that answers Chris’s question.

    Betcha there is an EO that was signed off by WH consul when AG Barr was given the executive authority(delegated) over the declassification materials and the appointment of John Durham.
    As much as Chris is agast at Rudy’s involvement, Rudy did not by pass State.

    If Rudy is touching nerves it because he knows for a fact all the political rhetoric running inference for Biden can’t supply an answer to, Why Hunter had an American Legal team having sit downs with the Ukrainians in and around the time Daddy Joe, was saying, “…Get rid of him…Well Son of Bitch, What do you know”

    And, the irony is even that, “VP Biden using his weight of office to interfere is just the window dressing that is allowing Schiff to run interference to the possibility of what Durham is closing in on and the possibility he may already have it.”

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  16. Jane Kinkel says:

    Marry me Stephen Miller! Metaphorically. I am happily married. You are amazing.

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  17. covfefe999 says:

    Cracks me up that just a few minutes in, after Miller said the so-called whistleblower launched a partisan hit job, Chris Wallace is like “I didn’t know you were going to say that, well let me play this cued-up gotcha video anyway because I’ve got my script I need to stick to” (my words) hahaha

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