Sunday Talks: Devin Nunes -vs- Maria Bartiromo…

HPSCI Ranking member Devin Nunes appears on Fox News with Maria Bartiromo to outline the ridiculously political sate of Pelosi’s impeachment by decree and how Adam Schiff has shredded all precedent.

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127 Responses to Sunday Talks: Devin Nunes -vs- Maria Bartiromo…

  1. mopar2016 says:

    I always liked Nunes, but when I see him voting with Nancy Pelosi on HR77 it makes me wonder.

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    • Stringy theory says:

      Yea, agree. I lost a lot of respect for him and a lot of other Rs when they voted with the Ds and against our POTUS.

      Liked by 18 people

      • Patience says:

        Excuse me. OFF topic.
        Life Liberty & Levin has Ron Johnson on his program right now.

        Liked by 1 person

      • donna kovacevic says:

        I was surprised about Nunes and John Ratcliffe as well. Lord this is getting strange. God Bless PDJT.

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        • Betty says:

          Yesterday someone here told me that Nancy Pelosi and the Dem had gotten rid of the Motion to Vacate the Chair privileged of any 1 house member. I couldn’t find any search result for that – does anyone know if that really happened?

          If they haven’t gotten rid of it can we identify one House Member who we can all focus on and get that one member to stand up for us, the American People, and make the motion? They all know they can do it, even Deven Nunes, so when they get on the tv and cry about how powerless they are – change the channel.

          It might get rid of Nancy Pelosi who says the people have no voice in her impeachment plan, or if nothing else it will slow the traitor down. She isn’t protecting America, she is protecting the her self and the citizens of the Deep State, the Deep State which need our money to exist.

          Or else, we are going to be stunned by a flash bang impeachment, and very soon.

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        • Kerri says:

          Well, when the military industrial complex owns you, what’s a man to do?

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    • islandpalmtrees says:

      I have one for the Rs in Congress. If you vote to impeach our President. I will never for for a R or D again. You can take that to the bank.

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      • islandpalmtrees says:

        will never for for a R or D again. should be will never voter for another R or D again.

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      • Pale rider says:

        Just so everyone is clear on this ITS NOT IMPEACHMENT it’s a coup. They are trying to get public opinion to sway with hearings so there will be no backlash with us when they overthrow our president and our vote. No evidence, no ‘due process’.
        It is a race right now of who will get the job done first, President Trump or the democrats.
        Trump will have to jail people, his DOJ will have to act in some manner because these people will not stop unless stopped it has been made very clear.

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      • Betty says:

        That will be cold comfort after they have thrown President Trump out of office and disqualified him from ever holding office again. He will be gone and we can not re-elect him. It will be over, and they will have won and all we will be able to do is relive the glory of our bon mots.

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      • lurker2 says:

        If you vote to impeach our President. I will never for a R or D again.

        In the general election you MUST vote R down the ballot.

        Not only do you need to re-elect Trump, you have to give him GOP majorities in the House and Senate. If you can get rid of your RINOs during the primary that’s good but you have to make sure Republicans win the seats in November 2020. That is waaaaay more important than punishing the RINOs. Trump needs the majorities badly. Imagine if Ginsburg retires and Trump doesn’t have the Senate majority, he won’t get any of his picks confirmed. And a Democrat House majority means continued harassment.

        I totally understand how frustrated you are, we are all. But we can’t fix the problem unless we engage in sustained smart voting, and sometimes that means electing RINOs.

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    • donny2837 says:

      Relax. Sun Tzu: War is conducted by deception. Know your enemy better than he knows himself. Make diversionary attacks, confuse the enemy. Make the enemy expose themselves. Forget about that House vote re: Syria.

      It’s not which Republicans voted, it’s which Republicans SPOKE loudly. Lindsey for instance?

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    • noswamp says:

      Yea, hat HR77 vote left a bad taste in my mouth. TERRIBLE VOTE AGAINST TRUMP SUPPORTERS.

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    • gunrunner03 says:

      So why didn’t she ask him about his vote? I like Maria, don’t get me wrong, be when someone like Nunes votes against the President, he needs to be put on the spot.

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      • Ned Zeppelin says:

        Checked opensecrets.org for political contributions to see if there was a defense contractor (MIC) behind the vote: Nunes rec’d about $10,000 this past year from Raytheon: “ Raytheon is a major American defense contractor that specializes in defense and homeland security technology. As the world’s largest producer of guided missiles, Raytheon specializes in manufacturing defense systems and defense electronics.”. That may also be an important employer in Nunes’s district. And that bill that was voted through had an almost wishy-washy thread running through it such that voting against it was kind of like voting against kittens. I give Nunes a pass.

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      • Betty says:

        Devin Nunes probably made her agree not to ask him as a condition of him appearing on her show.

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    • Your Royal Highness says:

      Sometimes I ponder if he is another Paul Ryan. Remember how Paul during the tea party days said all of the right things? Then lo and behold he screwed us. Same with one hit wonder Eric Cantor!!

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  2. Carrie says:

    I love Nunes and he’s on regular form here with the Mifsud update about the blackberries (it’s good to keep it simple for the mainstream audience). But what the heck happened last week when he voted against PDJT? Why doesn’t Maria ask him that?

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    • Raptors2020 says:

      Devin has tried to explain again and again why Downer was thrown in with poor old PapaD. Points for trying, but he’s never clear. My understanding: the CIA can’t legally spy on Americans, so Brennan needed a foreign diplomat to rat George out to the State Dept. Is that right?

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      • Carrie says:

        Yes, I believe you are right Raptors. And it helps obfuscate the trail crumbs leading to Brennan with the good ole “plausible deniability” routine… There was this odd blending of the FBI and CIA and foreign agencies. I mean even they knew this was a tricky business since they would be getting 2-hop access to everyone on PDJT’s team.

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        • GB Bari says:

          Remember the small coup team needed their target (PDJT) to have foreign involvement to be able to call this a counterintelligence (CI) investigation. A CI investigation relieves the FBI of a whole set of requirements that must be followed if the investigation was a “criminal investigation”.

          Andrew McCarthy explained the difference as to how it related to the Muh Russia conspiracy in this May 2017 article:

          https://www.nationalreview.com/2017/05/fbi-hillary-clinton-criminal-investigation-donald-trump-associates-intelligence-investigation/

          Sundance also explained the benefits (to the fraudulent coup team ) of identifying the President as a possible agent of a foreign power and thus opening a CI investigation on him.

          From Sundance’s article:
          We are talking about Brennan, Comey, Clapper and Yates telling President Obama and NSA Susan Rice that President-elect Trump is under a counterintelligence investigation where the suspicion is that Donald J Trump is an agent of a foreign power.

          Under that auspices (fraudulent though it may be) the incoming President is a counterintelligence investigation target. A potentially compromised Russian asset. Under this auspices all of the officials would be permitted to lie and mislead their target, so long as they did so “By The Book.”

          That’s their justification for a lengthy series of lies and false statements.

          That’s why FBI Director James Comey can lie to the President and tell him he’s not the target of the ongoing Russia investigation. That’s the justification for keeping the accusations inside the Steele Dossier (remember, the Dossier is evidence) from the President-elect. That’s the justification for all of the officials to lie to President Trump, and even mislead the media if needed.

          Ref. https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/04/10/reminder-susan-rices-justification-memo-and-james-comey-investigation-memos-beware-the-outrage-trap/

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          • WhiteBoard says:

            Another defence is that Hillary and Asha are redefining the definition of ‘ Russian asset’ to

            —->. Russian asset’ equals anyone ‘ parroting Russian talking points’

            Asha literaly said that in her tweet

            Hillary used it to describe Tulsi and Jill steins ignorance of being ‘ used’ by russia by supporting their ideas

            Trump calledWikiLeaks to be read _ see how sick these people are.

            Hell they probably have a list of everyone on this site and will claim their reason was this is promoting Russian talking points aka Assets.

            Maybe the recent newsflash of hannity, Laura, bongino being search by yanovitch was our preview ice breaker so we could let in on this gradually that we are all on lists for years, simply because we donated, viewed a site, etc…

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        • cboldt says:

          — since they would be getting 2-hop access to everyone on PDJT’s team. —
          They were snooping without a warrant. The warrant didn’t “get” the access, it validated past access.
          Court order/warrant provides a legal defense to what would otherwise be criminal snooping.

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      • Mr e-man says:

        Raptors, Technically Papadop did not say anything to the diplomat. Downer said so himself. However, he did repeat Misfud in the conversation with the honeypot spy Azra Turk that they ran at him.

        The CIA can’t legally spy and neither can a foreign agent of the Five Eyes countries (read allies), so any comment he made to Azra Turk can not be used either. She set him up with Downer to make the comment legitimate, except he didn’t make the comment again.

        So Mueller tried to obfuscate that in his report by insinuating (by changing dates) he told Downer that, when in fact, he did not.

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      Maria B has become a strange bird lately, I really don’t care for her. Lindsay was on a few times and she never asked him some hard questions. Not many I trust at all.

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  3. JackB says:

    Steve Bannon believes that Nancy will impeach in 6 weeks.

    Bannon urged Trump to ‘augment the legal team’ and cited that what helped the administration during Robert Mueller probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election ‘was bifurcation of the White House Counsel’s office. You need … a team put together than can focus on [impeachment] 24/7’.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7593483/Steve-Bannon-says-Trump-impeached-six-weeks-Nancy-Pelosi-focused.html

    The question is which Republican senators will vote to convict? We can be certain that Romney will. I’d be willing to bet Ms. Lindsey will too.

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    • stats_guy says:

      Mittens sees this as an ‘inflection point’ in history.

      FTA

      “I don’t look at myself as being a historical figure,” the failed 2012 Republican presidential candidate said. However, Romney adds, “I do think these are critical times. And I hope that what I’m doing will open the way for people to take a different path.”

      which means (decoded) is that he sees himself as an historical figure, righting the moral wrongs of Trump. Romney sees himself as the moral man who will help open the way for a different path.

      throw up a little in my mouth…how did we get so many whack jobs as pols

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      • Peg_C the Deplorable says:

        Because virtually no good people will run for office and subject themselves to the destruction of their integrity and souls. The exceptions are very bright lights but they are also very few in number.

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      • Bob Parker says:

        Whenever it comes time to discussing the crap-heap (Romney) I always find it most effective to take a Mitt BEFORE talking about Mitt.

        The dung-heap only continues to stain his reputation with his now-discovered 2nd secret Twitter acct. The POS simply cannot comprehend that he HAD his opportunity & not only FAILED & FAILED MISERABLY, he delivered us BHO.

        Flop pyle, fact is there is simply NOTHING that you can do to resurrect your career/status with the People. Your childish insane attempts to take out PT not only have failed but will continue to fail.

        It’s simple Wil-Lard: STFU & simply be the best Senator that you can be. If that is asking too much than simply LEAVE!! And don’t worry, we will not be shedding ANY tears over your departure LOSAR!!

        It always stuns me how these RINOs do absolutely -0- to assist/support PT. They are so laser-focused on preserving their limited little world of DC power that they are feckless, have -0- spine & absolutely refuse to take any aggressive stands that are contra to the Left.

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    • Redzone says:

      McConnell is not acting like he has PT’s back for a bogus House impeachment.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Lisa in TN says:

      You can also count on Burr as he’s a dirty member of SSCI Rubio is also on it, as well as Sasse…not sure if they are dirty and would therefore be forced to vote for impeachment to protect themselves.

      What bothers is me, is Sundance wrote an article that Nancy changed the rules—and I’m no longer worried about removal from office for impeachment with 67 votes. But rather Nancy’s rule change that a simple majority would result in disqualifying Trump from public office –which would mean no 2020. And I think the dems can get their majority with the dirty snake RINOs pretty easily.

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      • JackB says:

        Nancy doesn’t control the Senate. The constitution requires a two-third vote in the Senate to convict. So 67 votes in the Senate required. Implies at least 20 Republican senators must betray Trump.

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        • Lisa in TN says:

          She rewrote the house rules and she gives “direction” for the Senate to follow a majority. It sounds like many of you don’t think this could happen, but, who would have thought they would be this far without a house vote, that the Republicans would be barred from the witness depositions, etc.

          This is at the end of her document.

          “Under the regular rules of the Senate that govern consideration of legislation, such a resolution would not be subject to any debate restrictions. As a result, in that circumstance, a cloture process, requiring the support of three-fifths of the Senate, would be necessary to reach a vote on the resolution. But an impeachment trial does not occur under the regular rules of the Senate. In fact, the Senate impeachment trial rules and related precedents restrict debate on many resolutions and motions. The debate restrictions could allow a simple majority to determine procedures for responding to article of impeachment sent from the House.

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      • MustangBlues says:

        Think Again:

        ”’I’m no longer worried about removal from office for impeachment with 67 votes. But rather Nancy’s rule change that a simple majority would result in disqualifying Trump from public office –”’

        Nefarious nanzi has nothing to do with the 67 votes, that’s in the Senate where McConnel rules, Noodles nanzee acts like she is total queen bee, but nope, just a cog in the machine, and she will toe the line when her handlers snap the whip.

        She has been leveraged by deep state dirt surveillance of all the oppo research, and is bought and paid for.

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      • De Oppresso Liber says:

        I’m not going to dispute your comment that Sundance wrote an article stating Pigglosi would pass such legislation (to disqualify President Trump from holding future public office), because it is an absolute certainty that she would, if she could.

        I simply cannot believe such legislation could possibly be either legal or binding in any capacity. It literally seems absurd on its face, in my humble opinion. Even worse, such an incredibly foolish act would certainly lead to violent protests in the streets, the like of which we haven’t seen since Reconstruction.

        Besides, if such an event was both possible and legal, why has no congress ever used it, like the 112th Congress in 2011?

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        • Lisa in TN says:

          She rewrote the house rules and she gives “direction” for the Senate to follow a majority. It sounds like many of you don’t think this could happen, but, who would have thought they would be this far without a house vote, that the Republicans would be barred from the witness depositions, etc.

          This is at the end of her document.

          “Under the regular rules of the Senate that govern consideration of legislation, such a resolution would not be subject to any debate restrictions. As a result, in that circumstance, a cloture process, requiring the support of three-fifths of the Senate, would be necessary to reach a vote on the resolution. But an impeachment trial does not occur under the regular rules of the Senate. In fact, the Senate impeachment trial rules and related precedents restrict debate on many resolutions and motions. The debate restrictions could allow a simple majority to determine procedures for responding to article of impeachment sent from the House.

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          • Mr e-man says:

            The House can not make rules that change the qualifications for President. The qualifications are in the Constitution. California just found that out when the were shot down trying to add a rule that candidates must show their tax returns.

            Interestingly, while the House can impeach and prosecute Trump in the Senate for removal from office, I believe that even if he was removed, he could still run again. That would be a hoot.

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    • steph_gray says:

      Steve Bannon is not necessarily a credible news source.

      I can’t fathom why so many people just buy these opinions wholesale, because that’s all they are (and yes every human being has one, just like that other thing).

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    • ezgoer says:

      These R’s will vote for impeachment:
      Romney, Lee, Murkowski, Collins, Alexander, Gardner. Possibly Toomey.
      Collins and Gardner are up for re-election in blue states.
      The others are NeverTrump. Alexander already announced will not run again so he will defy the voters of TN. Sasse is another NeverTrump but voting for impeachment would end his career in red Nebraska.

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      • JackB says:

        Impeachment conviction will require at least 20 Republican senators.

        Bannon is correct IMO, Trump needs to put together a solid legal team right away to insure that a solid case can be presented to the Senate noting the conspiracy to oust him from his first day in office.

        Trump must know that if the Senate convicts, he’ll be the first president in US history to be convicted under an impeachment trial.

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        • QUIT THE DAMN HAND-WRINGING…GET OFF THE LEDGE!!!

          NOT GOING TO HAPPEN…KNOW WHY?

          BECAUSE IF THESE MAROONS TRY TO REMOVE A SITTING PRESIDENT ON NEFARIOUS INFORMATION…THIS DOES NOT BODE WELL FOR EACH OF THE ONES IN EACH LEGISLATIVE BODY …AND DOES AWAY WITH OUR FORM OF GOVERNMENT…AIN’T GOING TO HAPPEN.

          Remember: These people have to go back to their districts and there will be pitchforks at the ready if they do some of this nonsense that you people are spewing here. There is a HISTORICAL PRECEDENT THAT IS COMING INTO PLAY…Taking down a sitting President or Future President with information that was OBTAINED BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. The President has the RIGHT TO FACE HIS ACCURESERS AND THAT IN NOT BEING DONE. The SC will RULE that this is a “Kangaroo Court”!!!

          Geez, Lousie!!!

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          • Mr e-man says:

            It is possible that Nanzi will fool some of those Dems in the House in red districts to get an impeachment. That way, she satisfies her base. She got impeachment.

            They won’t convict in the Senate so she will use that acquittal as proof that Republicans are dishonest and protected the crook. That will be the plan the Dems and the MSM will run on and shout every day until the election to protect against the tsunami that will sweep Nanzi and the dumb Dems in red districts out of office.

            What else has she got? It looks like Trump will otherwise win reelection and she will lose the house as punishment for wrongly accusing Trump. Remember, they won the house because the voting public was told Trump was a Russian agent and we needed to investigate. The public agreed and wanted to make sure the Mueller investigation was completed and would not be stopped by the Putin puppet Trump. That gambit failed. No one on the Trump team or NO AMERICAN colluded with Russia. ZERO.

            Now the people should be seeing they were duped, there was no crime, and those Dems that said there was should be “impeached” and removed from office at the ballot box.

            So running another scam is her only way to keep control of the House and possibly win the Senate. So far it is precariously perched on the ledge and could go either way. The MSM is doing it’s job protecting her. The people are being fooled. Will it be enough?

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            • NOT GOING TO HAPPEN…The SUPREME COURT is the ONE that will break the BACKS OF THE DEMS…

              The SC will NOT let an impeachment proceeding to go forward because the US Constitution WAS NOT FOLLOWED…Nanzi can come up will all the non-sense and people like you keep promulgating the idea that she will push this to the SENATE…ONCE this gets to the senate ALL BETS ARE OFF DUE TO WHAT THE PRESIDENT HAS IN HIS BACK POCKET…THE SC!!!

              The SC will NOT allow a sitting President to be impeached on such nefarious proceedings and the House and the ones who vote for passing this to the senate can be charged with SEDITION:

              U.S. Code § 2384. Seditious conspiracy
              https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2384

              If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.
              (June 25, 1948, ch. 645, 62 Stat. 808; July 24, 1956, ch. 678, § 1, 70 Stat. 623; Pub. L. 103–322, title XXXIII, § 330016(1)(N), Sept. 13, 1994, 108 Stat. 2148.)

              Now, come back with something that is more in-line with the above!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • j'accuse says:

      Bannon is starting to think he’s the modern day Nostradamus with his ominous predictions. He’s a smart enough guy but too often plays the role of the left’s stereotype of the ‘far rightwing populist’ from central casting. He isn’t helping the president by teeing up quotes for the Daily Mail, a rabid anti-Trump tabloid and reliable mouthpiece for Brit intel.

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      I would agree with Lindsay McConnell and a few others, they all have dirty dealings in Ukraine and China, they are looking out for their pocket books. I watched Cross Talk on RT this evening and the topic was Ukraine and their corruption still ongoing, they said that Zelinsky is not given the power to go after the corruption due to the corrupt officials in government and the rich oligarchs. Sad, but anyone that follows politics even mildly would know that Ukraine has been corrupt for a very long, long time. They mentioned that the west has way too much influence in their government i.e especially USA that is why the prosecutor was fired looking into Burisma where Hunter Biden was on the board. Joe threatened the president Porechenko at the time to fire the guy. So much evil corruption all around. God Bless PDJT.

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    • Laronda says:

      Bannon want s to be relevant again.

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    • GenEarly says:

      add in Murkowski, Collins, Toomey, Burr, Rubio, but still Shot of conviction “under present conditions”, but do not assume anything IF Indictments are not forthcoming of the Deep State Criminals.
      The DC Swamp has a way of deep sixing it’s garbage, like Epsteen, and many others who don’t go along to get along.

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    • cthulhu says:

      If Trump were to be removed from office, I have no doubt that Lindsay Graham would vote against him…..but I believe that Ms. Lindsay can count, and thus will vote to support the President. See: “weasels, distance throwing” and “weasels, trust”.

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  4. ChampagneReady says:

    “Schiff is selectively leaking to put forth his narrative.”

    Well then why in the hell aren’t YOU doing the same thing ? Why are you the stupid ones always playing by the rules? God, the day you Republicans learn how to fight and do exactly what the democrat fungus do will be a miracle.

    It makes me so mad I have to back away from my computer.

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  5. T2020 says:

    Oh, now Nunes is on our side? After voting against the president in that ridiculous “resolution”?? 🤮

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  6. rightmover says:

    Just another swamp Republican we probably cannot trust any longer.

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  7. skip says:

    My guy Trey Hollingsworth made the right vote. With our President. Texted him to say good job.

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  8. k4jjj says:

    The back-up plan is us. It has always been us. Thomas Jefferson showed us the path. We don’t need lawyers or judges. We the people decide our governance. The constitution is out the window.

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  9. Thurstan says:

    IMO the Republicans aren’t weak or spineless. Or even feckless. They are clever and quite capable. The electorate simply is making the wrong assumption—that they are honest. If you assume, rather, that they are all corrupt and on the take, their actions will appear to be quite understandable.

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    • Thurstan says:

      Money corrupts.

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      • Thurstan says:

        HR77 shows how many of our Congressmen are owned by the Military Industrial Complex. Out of the 60 who voted with Trump, it is just as likely that they are owned as well. Those 60 may have gone for Trump to avoid a backlash from their voters, knowing that their compatriots had done the damage already and could spare their votes. They may have even be given permission by their owners to vote with Trump.

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        Amen it sure does.

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  10. noswamp says:

    I am sure that the SC might get involved. This impeachment lacks due process. No one is going to tell me that a common criminal gets more due process than the President of the United States.

    That was never the intention of the Founders.

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  11. oldersoul says:

    The sickening stench of HR77 is going to take a long time to wash off you, Devin.

    What did you think you would gain from that betrayal, after all you have been through already?

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      Yes Devin went through hell with the D and he just turns the other cheek. Devin that is not what was meant when Jesus said that. Reread your Bible. The only person I trust is POTUS, may God Bless him in Jesus’ Name I pray Amen.

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  12. CA MCamden says:

    I am disappointed in that vote against POTUS, too, but it is absurd and feckless to throw our guys— who are on the front lines fighting for us—under the bus because of one vote we didn’t like. I mean, some of you guys need to take a chill pill. This is one thing that drives me crazy about Conservatives—so stinking short sighted and pissy when they don’t get their way in the vote for every single thing down the line. I see it all the time.

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    • Rebelchick says:

      Thank you for saying this. I am sick of reading these bs comments. Attacking Nunes like these fools are make me feel like I am reading huffpo. It is the kind of group think the democommies live by. Makes me wanna puke and stop reading here.
      We need more like Nunes. So stop with throwing him under the bus.
      Our President at his last rally commented on the vote and said he was good wirh those Rs that voted for it. He even went as far to say they were good men.

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        I would say by calling fellow Treepers fools was very foolish, we have the right to our opinions. See I watched the rally in Dallas and POTUS said the 60 that voted against were good men. Do you see how we differ? Let us not get in the gutter by name-calling.

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        • Rebelchick says:

          You are entitled to you opinion as I am to mine. You probably need to read the transcript from the rally the President praised John Ratcliffe who vote for the resolution. The President did not seem to be upset with those who voted yes unlike many out here. Hence fools throwing those that are on our side under the bus due to one vote on a meaningless resolution.
          Read all the comments hating on Nunes in this thread alone. Fools that really need to take a chill pill.
          The same thing is done to Barr cause folks dont seem to get that a good Prosecutor is not going to leak anyrhing about a current criminal investigation. But because folks arent privy to Barrs investigation play by play they throw him under the bus.
          Like I said the democommies vote in lock step and I surely dont want repugs to act like those commies.

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    • theoldzombie says:

      Agreed. One vote against what President Trump wants and people want to throw Nunes into a volcano. It’s ridiculous. Nunes, even with that one vote, is a thousand times better than someone like Senator Burr so why do so many rush to treat him the same?

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        Perhaps you are right, but at this time it is a bitter fight and no need to give the D the satisfaction of saying “see even the R’s voted with us” Can anyone else see my point?

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        • Dekester says:

          Donna,
          IMO the only words that matter are those that come directly from PDJT pr his twitter account.
          I remember during the primaries when he said “ it’s a complicated business folks”

          So bless he directs he supporters to do otherwise I suggest that they stay upbeat, and support a truly wonderful human being.

          These c**nts in the MSM are only around to sow discord, and “ sell newspapers “ or puff up their over inflated egos.

          Does any really believe that PDJT is going to succumb to Nancy and Chucky, he will blow the whole F**king place up if they go too far with this immoral harassment.

          He has many friends, and real friends, great lawyers and billions of dollars.

          Plus tens of millions of determined and toughened supporters.

          I say bring it on..I am ready.

          A a fellow Canadian I sense that you are too.

          Stay safe, and if you are in Ontario.

          Vote and get Trudeau out.

          5 from our family will be doing so here in B.C. But unless Ontario comes through, what we do won’t matter much.

          God bless PDJT.

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        • saintoil says:

          I don’t really care about defending Nunes or other backstabbers and certainly if they can’t stand up and defend their treachery. No explanation, just go about our business like nothing is happening. Nah, the president is under front frontal assault and I will countenance no aide and comfort to the enemy. This reminds me of last year before the house was lost, there was NO defense of the President and the Dems won on the campaign slogan, “orange man bad”…………and the drumbeat continues. The liliputians are scurrying.

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    • saintoil says:

      I don’t need to chill. The swamp is all around and the R’s have proven themselves feckless and worse many times. These people are hedging their bets. They see the polls rising in favor of the impeachment hoax and are positioning themselves with the swamp savior Romnoid. This is a concerted effort by all swamp entities, media is creaming their jeans to relive the good ole days of watergate and taking down a R president. This will get worse and when it gets to the senate and they smell blood watch out. They will fail but I would march with our president and support him if he starts a new party. I have been a Rebublican since 1974.

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  13. Chip Doctor says:

    I don’t like the vote, but Devin Nunes is a patriot. It will take more than one mistake for me to turn on him. No telling where we would be without him at this point.

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  14. ezgoer says:

    Every Rep that takes money from defense contractors voted for HR77. They need to earn their payola. FYI,Lindsey Graham gets $800k every year from defense contractors. No wonder he’s so out front for every military intervention.

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      Lindsay no names joint at the hip buddy, was on Judge Janine Saturday and boy he was in a nasty mood and had his knickers in a twist when the Judge questioned him. I would not trust him as far as I could spit.

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  15. TwoLaine says:

    Go Devin! WIN! WIN! WIN!

    BTW, Mark Levin just finished a whole show with Ron Johnson on all the DIM corruption. He’s PIISSED and not going to take it anymore!

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  16. Patience says:

    Nunes is extremely patient.

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  17. fangdog says:

    What was Devin’s reason for voting as he did?

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  18. jus wundrin says:

    ‘I dont want to talk about that man (misfud)!’

    ~ mewler

    WHY?

    I wish Jordan(?) had been relentless in his questioning, and pushed that senile old man until he got an answer, or until he collapsed.

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  19. MustangBlues says:

    Think Again:

    ”’I’m no longer worried about removal from office for impeachment with 67 votes. But rather Nancy’s rule change that a simple majority would result in disqualifying Trump from public office –”’

    Nefarious nanzi has nothing to do with the 67 votes, that’s in the Senate where McConnel rules, Noodles nanzee acts like she is total queen bee, but nope, just a cog in the machine, and she will toe the line when her handlers snap the whip.

    She has been leveraged by deep state dirt surveillance of all the oppo research, and is bought and paid for.

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  20. MEMcL says:

    This is unfolding like the plot of the movie “The Mechanic” with Charles Bronson. Ordinary people were “programmed” and a single phone call triggered their unexpected violence.

    The Dems have implanted people all through the Congress to do their bidding when needed. Whether it is Romney, certainly Ryan, Mike Lee has totally turned, Sasse, Rubio when you need him, McConnell??, the 2 Bush’s, John Roberts, Graham??……They have people all in place and during a critical issue, they are called upon to undercut our wonderful President. Each claims a moral outrage for their difficult and reluctant decision to turn on the President. One more piece in this massive big puzzle to take down a President, and the enemy disguised as a friend is the most lethal.

    I

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  21. Mike in a Truck says:

    STFU Devin you turncoat loser. Your just like Lindsey, another menstruating little girl.

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  22. Mike says:

    And?

    What’s anyone doing about this? Can we get an IG report, a Spygate update and an amen?

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  23. saintoil says:

    I don’t really care about defending Nunes or other backstabbers and certainly if they can’t stand up and defend their treachery. No explanation, just go about our business like nothing is happening. Nah, the president is under front frontal assault and I will countenance no aide and comfort to the enemy. This reminds me of last year before the house was lost, there was NO defense of the President and the Dems won on the campaign slogan, “orange man bad”…………and the drumbeat continues. The liliputians are scurrying.

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  24. saintoil says:

    Here’s what I would like to share with Treepers, take your cue from our president. He gets up every morning surrounded by scum, media, bureaucrats, politicians who wish him dead. He defends himself and continues to to rally’s shouting the good news and calling out his enemies. He has mental strength and it is in times like these we can benefit from his fearless ways. This is all about fear, the Dems want to instill fear, you can see it and feel it from posts here and elsewhere. When you accept the Dems are absolutely corrupt and go forth from that premise we can act rationally. Doesn’t mean we can’t be angry, just make it cold anger and go about your lives and hug your children. But no need for sugar coating or the opposite turning away in disgust. We have a leader that KNEW this would happen when he came down the escalator. He has my undying support no matter what. This support does not extend to any Rebublicans in Rino or Warmonger MIC toadies.
    Be a happy warrior. Be steely when confronted, be clear, but laugh and enjoy your life. Your children take their que from YOU as do those who look up to you.

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  25. Bogeyfree says:

    The second the Flynn case is thrown out, IMO PT MUST add Sidney Powell to his legal team.

    And once she shuts down this farce impeachment, IMO she will become PT’s AG in 2020 when Barr steps aside.

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