Devin Nunes, Jim Jordan and Steve Scalise Discuss Pelosi’s Impeachment Fiasco….

Earlier today Representatives Devin Nunes, Jim Jordan and Steve Scalise appeared to discuss the unilateral democrat impeachment agenda and the schemes being played by Pelosi, Schiff and her political teams.  First up, Jim Jordan:


Second interview, Devin Nunes:


Third interview, Steve Scalise:


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120 Responses to Devin Nunes, Jim Jordan and Steve Scalise Discuss Pelosi’s Impeachment Fiasco….

  1. William says:

    It’s time for action, all we hear is the same tired stuff about wait and wait and wait and wait……….If it weren’t for the fact that my citizenship is in heaven because of Christ, I would have given up hope.

    Liked by 32 people

    • VoteAllIncumbantsOut says:

      I could not agree more!
      I sick of hearing this BS from these do nothing republicans, I wish to God POTUS would call them out also.

      The Uni-party at its finest, oh, let me guess, someone’s going to jail soon. It’s all BS!

      POTUS gets my vote, period.

      Liked by 9 people

    • scarlettbr says:

      And in the Senate playing Ryan is Graham. What has he done with the Chairmanship of the Senate Judiciary committee? He lied and needs to face a primary challenge, defeated and replaced. But we all know what is coming, emotional blackmail to keep the RINO’s in power, Vote for them or they will impeach. This is the globalist way to keep people in power.


    • farrier105 says:

      Someone called me today and asked for $100 to help Trump stop the impeachment. I wouldn’t give them a dime. They could have charged Comey under 18 USC 1924. Go look it up. Instead they focused on the leak, which was of a unclassified document. That gave them the excuse they needed to not prosecute. We all know they’ve ducked doing anything about McCabe for over 18 months to the point a judge intervened. Now, they use the impeachment for fund raising, the same as the Democrats do. Both parties are using this thing. Is that an accident? Does anyone know for sure that it is?

      Trump didn’t start digging until January. Too many people claiming they could prosecute for obstruction if he defended himself. Pretty soon, anyone who believes and votes in ways LAWFARE does not like will be charged with obstruction for hiring a lawyer.

      If I’m going to donate $100, it will go to Judicial Watch until I see something actually happening here.


  2. rightmover says:

    Alternate headline: “Two Republican Backstabbers and Jim Jordan Discuss Pelosi’s Impeachment Fiasco.”

    Devin Nunes and Steve Scalise should have lost all credibility with the Trump voters after the way the slimed him with their Syria votes last week.

    Liked by 25 people

    • Mr e-man says:

      It’s ok if they have a different philosophy than Trump on Syria. We can agree to disagree. The problem is they fell into a trap laid by Pelosi to damage Trump. How could they be that stupid? Vote no to Nanzi schemes and then tell Trump or the people what you really believe.

      Nanzi is NOT an honest broker. She is a scheming, conniving, liar, that will break the law, violate her oath to the Constitution, destroy anyone in her way, and generally do anything to keep her power.

      Similar to R’s pretending to do the right thing with Mueller or impeachment. They just play right along. They should be pulling out all the stops to prevent such an abuse of power by the Dems, the deep state, and the left wing media circus.

      Liked by 23 people

      • littleanniefannie says:

        She is a scheming, conniving, liar bitch that will break has broken the law, violate violated her oath to the Constitution, destroydestroyed anyone in her way, and generally do anything everything illegal and/or immoral to keep her power gavel, er hammer.

        Liked by 16 people

      • 13wasylyna says:

        It is not a different philosophy. I have followed the weasel Scalise until he banned me from his account. Back in Obama days he stood with Paul Ryan to be sure that Obama got EVERYTHING he wanted and we conservatives got screwed by false promises on abortion, obamacare, iran deal, climate accords etc…..but for getting shot and getting much sympathy Scalise would be on his way out…

        Liked by 5 people

      • Nunes hasn’t “looked” right to me in weeks. At first I though he just looked “tired”, then the same look remained the next week. I still see it…

        Something is off imo. But, what do I know, I’m just one of We The People.

        You know, insignificant to the swamp monsters.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Rhoda R says:

          I wonder if he is a victim of blackmail?


        • KMD says:

          “Appear weak when you are strong”

          Seems that, by design, the Syria (non-binding) resolution ‘vote’ was to be used as a litmus test of sorts regarding impeachment support. After all, what does that ‘vote’ actually MEAN, other than a gaggle of ‘harrrrump-ing’???
          Answer: Nothing. It’s just rancid, hot air…

          IMHO, the Patriots left in our govt are trying to bring this impeachment sham to a head by feigning ‘support’ of the above, in hopes of getting an actual (binding) vote on impeachment to the House floor.

          We conservative constituents have been rubbed so raw by misrepresentation, that I fear we’ve become real quick on the trigger to turn against our own (Nunes, And the (sometimes ‘not-so-obvious) Rol-Con-commenters are all too willing to steer the debate toward us doing just that…

          DON’T fall for it!

          We’ve got but a handful of Patriots left in gov. Patriots who’ve shown honor, toughness & determination. The fact evil-doers know this all too well, and their attempts to impede thus far have failed. So, they resort to the evil-doers playbook, and attempt to sow dissent amongst their enemy (US), in hopes that we destroy ourselves…

          Keep your mind clear, and your powder dry!


        • Peppurr says:

          TOTALLY agree with you. To me, it’s a look of defeat.


        • Peppurr says:

          Totally agree. Like you, I first thought it was a tired look, but, then it appeared to be the look of defeat. Something’s definitely going on.


    • Betty says:

      I am just sick of listening to all them too. They go to great lengths to tell us how badly the Democrats are behaving and then just shrug and walk away.
      They must understand the dire consequences if Nancy Pelosi is successful? President Trump will be kicked out of office immediately, we will be told he can never hold public office again, and the great future President Trump is working on for us will be gone.

      Give them a call and ask them what their plan is, 1-202-224-3121. Hello Representative Jordan, or Nunes, or Meadows, or Scalise what are you going to do today to stop Nancy Pelosi? One of you find the courage to make a motion to Vacate the Chair, or look for some other long forgotten rule or law that lets you throw sticks in her spokes.

      Do something – What will it profit you if you gain the whole world but forfeit our Glorious Republic, how will you feel in your old age?


    • scarlettbr says:

      Nunes lost credibility when he said nothing after Schiff read a fake transcript into the record. Not a peep. It was shocking to watch him just move on with his talking points. Sunlight is shining bright on the corrupt, it is up to the American people to replace it. We never do.


  3. oldersoul says:

    And where is Lindsey Graham? He needs to be continuously embarrassed on camera about his complete lack of meaningful activity.

    He chairs the Judiciary Committee for nearly a year — and has done absolutely nothing but talk about it. And TV talk is cheap. People are now noticing en masse.

    The entire Senate GOP is AWOL. They only respond to one thing: public outrage and embarrassment that threatens their polling.

    Liked by 30 people

    • You nailed it, Boss.

      Liked by 5 people

    • DJ says:

      “He chairs the Judiciary Committee for nearly a year — and has done absolutely nothing but talk about it”
      He’s only there to protect himself. As the-corpse-formerly-known-as-McStain’s bestie, he is neck deep in the background backstabbing of PDJT. Graham may occasionally sound like he’s a good guy, but it’s only for appearances sake. He is a first class slime ball.

      Liked by 10 people

    • FrankieZee says:

      And Hannity always has this ASS CLOWN on his show and never attacks him.


    • islandpalmtrees says:

      I can only wonder, why the good people of South Carolina would vote for Lindsay Graham. He flips on his position more often than my popcorn does, while cooking.


      • HickTick says:

        I can tell you why South Carolina has open primaries and the democrats vote for him in the primary to keep him in . They know they don’t have anyone to beat him . The Crooks in Columbia keep the open Primaries

        Liked by 2 people

    • Linda K. says:

      At least they are the majority.


    • Betty says:

      The entire Senate GOP is AWOL.
      Please stop, they are not AWOL, they are on the tv every day shadow boxing to keep us from focusing. Most of them want President Trump gone too and they are just slow walking till Nancy springs her plan. Then they are going to stab President Trump in the back as quickly as can be done and them tell us “move on, nothing to see here, the nation needs to heal”.

      We have to let them know right now that “move on, nothing to see here, the nation needs to heal” is not going to happen.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Marina Sapir says:

    Republicans talk again about how powerless they are.

    Liked by 9 people

    • I can’t even listen to them anymore…so weak. Instead of leaving the hearing because Schiff told them they couldn’t stay, why not refuse to leave, start shouting and talking, and if they attempt to remove them, passive civil disobedience…sit down and go slack. Make them drag you out…

      Liked by 16 people

      • littleanniefannie says:

        Even when the DemocRATs were in the minority they were united when it came to voting.

        Liked by 7 people

      • ChampagneReady says:

        And LEAK too just like they’re doing! Put out the information that annihilates these degenerates copy–and–paste versions of the testimony. What is Schiff going to do, say, you can’t do the same thing we’re doing?

        Burn that place down, revolt, get in their face, disrupt. You Republicans are like a bunch of Meerkats. Meerkats all scatter in a different direction, then stand on their hind legs and look around. Do what they do and have done and will continue to do, trashing the constitution, making up rules as they go along, contravening procedures that have been traditional for a hundred years.

        Coming on TV shows and talking your outrage to friendly TV reporters doesn’t do squat. Show your outrage by DOING something that outs Schiff for the bastard that he is. Use YOUR media for leaks just like they use theirs. Let him whine and babble and threaten contempt. Contempt of WHAT? Putting out the truth? Doing what they’re doing?

        Drive him crazy. TRASH the rules just like they are and stop being the marshmallows and the patsies. Get some of the fire the old-day Republicans used to have. Start trashing Graham for not holding hearings and dragging in witnesses.

        This is not a game. THIS IS WAR ! Put on your big-boy pants and fight like you want to win it !

        Liked by 7 people

    • mopar2016 says:

      They vote with Pelosi and then go on TV and talk about standing with the president.
      I was glad that Lou Dobbs called Scalice out on that nonsense.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. If POTUS is impeached the Republican Party is done.

    Liked by 11 people

  6. No indictments, no subpoenas, no arrests…just crickets. But then again, I realize this is a complicated matter and Barr needs to make a huge, far reaching case this is literally bulletproof. We’ll only get one chance in the first salvo, so it’s got to stick. Otherwise, the backlash will be epic.

    Liked by 12 people

  7. Below is a link to a story containing Pelosi’s just released “Fact Sheet” on Impeachment.

    Note how the entire thing is falsely premised on this having something to do with next year’s election, which it does not. Nancy’s “logic” would lead to the notion that persons who may be potential political opponents are exempt from investigation by the Executive Branch.

    Now that she has committed something to writing, I hope White House Lawyers will respond in kind outlining the the specific legal and logical flaws which are the foundation of this latest preposterous attempt to subvert the rule of law, overturn an election and fool the American public.

    Liked by 4 people

    • littleanniefannie says:

      I cannot believe she has the unmitigated gall to even go there. Then again, they deflect using whatever lies necessary to cover up the various, sundry and abundant lies they can use with a complicit MSM (aka Fake News).

      Liked by 2 people

      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Bad, bad, bad optics on her timing of releasing this.

        Not that the MSM will point it out. That’s up to us.

        Her older brother dies. Sunday. She releases a press
        release about it soon after. While she is overseas, in Syria.

        Instead of flying home to console her neices and nephews,
        other surviving siblings she….

        releases a fact sheet on Trump’s impeachment. The day
        after finding out that her brother has died.

        What a completely self serving individual this woman is.
        One would wonder about praying for her soul. I’m sorry
        for her loss, but I fear that there’s no soul left to pray for.

        Liked by 11 people

  8. islandpalmtrees says:

    My words of course, but Bannon thinks President Trump’s staff is not taking the impeachment threat seriously enough.

    Bannon: ‘Focused’ Pelosi Will Impeach Trump In Next Six Weeks
    Avatar by Joseph Curl October 21, 2019

    Steve Bannon, a former top strategist for Trump, says House Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi will lead Democrats to impeach the president by early December.

    “This is serious. As sure as the turning of the earth, he is going to be impeached by Pelosi in the next six weeks,” Bannon told the New York Post. “Nancy Pelosi is very focused.”


    • Chip Doctor says:

      Since when is Steve Bannon an authority on anything other than leaking and China?

      Liked by 6 people

    • cboldt says:

      There is no legal power to stop Congress from behaving like ninnies.
      If a majority of the House wants to vote to impeach on ridiculous grounds, it can and will.
      As a legal matter, due process remedies kick in at the trial stage, not before.
      As a public perception matter, the GOP sucks pond water. It should be ridiculing Pelosi non-stop, and boycotting all the sham proceedings.

      Liked by 2 people

      • ann says:

        mulling over your earlier posts re DoJ/IC institutional culture .
        Specifically, rules that channel prosecutions into urban administrative zones : DC Beltway, NYC, Maryland Seattle, , SAN Fran.
        These populations are within two degrees of separation , not representative

        Plus the prosecutors & Judicial, courthouse : the investigators, support & clerical staff are biased or vulnerable,
        I Recall in one of the Mueller trials, wasn’t the jury pool leaked to the press?

        Plus all the unknown surveillance & fear of bullying , ex SDNY jumping on Rudy’s 2 helpers

        Why are we upholding procedural rules or customs that are dysfunctional? Isn’t delivery of equal prompt fair justice the primary reason a law system is treated as legitimate?

        For twenty five years we’ve seen the status of citizens, our power as an electorate eroded .

        I see now that decentralisation & pulling power down to local levels is the eventual outcome,

        There is no remedy for this industry, it’s a special interest group designed to impede justice that benefits from steadily encroaching the scope of issues under federal prosecutorial authority and judiciary..

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  9. Doppler says:

    Further question for the day: in addition to “narrative creation,” is another, or perhaps primary, purpose of Schiff’s hearings to cloak everything said and done there within the immunity granted by the constitution’s “speech and debate” clause? With Durham on the case, any other conniving they might engage in may be under surveillance and thus evidence of ongoing acts of corruption. With nowhere else to hide, maybe they read the constitution for once. Here’s an article discussing and quoting the immunity and cases interpreting it.!/articles/1/essays/27/speech-and-debate-clause

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    • ristvan says:

      Doppler, Lurking Lawyer here.
      Speech and debate clause A1§6.1 last part applies only to members of congress, while physically ‘in Congress’ (that includes the member office buildings and committee rooms), arguably only while in session. It does not protect ‘witnesses’. Nor does it protect members when not ‘in Congress’ or during recess when, for example, in their home districts.

      So, for example, anything Schiff says to MSM about PDJT impeachment on the Sunday morning fake news shows is not technically protected. BUT as a public figure, under NYT v Sullivan 376US254 (1964) for him to be liable PDJT would have to show actual malice, not merely political bad faith. As a further example, his distortion of the Ukraine call read into the record was while Congress was in recess, but ‘in Congress’, and relied on the whistleblower complaint ‘in good faith’ (we know the truth is different) so nothing can be done legally.

      Liked by 3 people

  10. kia1 says:

    Time for the hammer of justice to go down!!

    Liked by 2 people

  11. arze says:

    I just heard NPR “news” refer to President Trump’s introductory remarks at Cabinet Meeting — open to press — as his — “opening monologue” and that he allows press in only when he has “lost control” of messaging with the people.

    You can’t make this stuff up.

    Liked by 4 people

    • islandpalmtrees says:

      National Public Radio, is wrong in addressing our president so disrespectfully, especially since they are taking public money for their support.

      I can only hope that common sense will prevail on NPR before it affects their funding.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Peoria Jones says:

        Common sense with NPR? LOLOL!!! I don’t want to see their funding affected, I want to see it obliterated.

        Liked by 4 people

        • islandpalmtrees says:

          NPR has good children programming on it, destroying their funding would hurt the children, too. Surely, you want to reconsider.

          Look at these people as similar to insurgents, they wrap themselves in the rapper of legitimacy of kind and decent people.


          • Rhoda R says:

            NPR has good children’s programming not good children’s programs. The lefty brain washing begins before kindergarten.

            Liked by 1 person

          • steph_gray says:

            Any children’s or other show on NPR that is worth its weight (in other words, enough people are willing to pay for it) would quite easily find a home on some other network. The very good ones would in a heartbeat. Let the market sort it out.

            I have always agreed that National Pravda needs to go the way of the dinosaur.


  12. pucecatt says:

    Can Congress critters be arrested ? What is the exact law on that ? Or are they above the law ?


    • ristvan says:

      Lurking Lawyer here.
      Your question is directly answered by A1§6.1. Congress members may not be arrested while ‘in Congress’ or on their journey to or from, EXCEPT for Treason, Felony, and Breach of the Peace (a physical assault). You will recall that LA Congressman Jefferson was arrested a few years ago while in Congress for feloniously keeping a freezer full of cash bribe money back in LA. He tried to avoid a conviction by claiming A1§6.1. He lost, and did hard time.

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  13. ristvan says:

    For now, the media fair process point suffices, following up Cippolone’s letter.

    Dems dont have anything on Ukraine. Whistleblower was hearsay. Schiff made up his version compared to the transcript. Obstruction won’t fly because their unfair process letter ‘subpoenas’ have no power. Pelosi’s and Schiff’s problem now is, if they stop they lose and if they continue they lose.

    Their impeachment circus will look like a side show compared to what is coming soon on Spygate. PDJT knows this, which is why he seems relaxed. His NEVER AGAIN promise used to mean Spygate convictions. Now it also means Swamp and Dem malicious impeachment efforts. PDJT will utterly destroy the Dems in the 2020 election.

    Meanwhile Horowitz on FISA is due maybe this week, and that nails at least Comey and Yates on felonious false attestation 18USC§1018. Durham has Mifsud’s two Italian cell phones, both with UK sim cards. And that means Mifsud worked for MI6, and that nails Clapper and Brennan on conspiracy to deprive rights (Flynn, Papadop) under color of law, 18USC§241.

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    • islandpalmtrees says:

      I think the issue, for Speaker Pelosi and Schiff is based on self-preservation. And by self-preservation I mean there involvement in illegal monies from the Ukraine are probably driving the effort to impeach President Trump.

      The impeachment effort is for my perspective a “side show”. The same can be said of Syria and Turkey. This must be a distraction to keep us from looking at the origins of the Russia collusion investigation.

      I hope that the Horowitz FISA abuse report will derail these impeachment efforts. 2020.

      You’re probably well aware that Gateway Pundit has reported that Pelosi and Schiff are involved in Ukraine arms deals through illicit government contracts. And, Rudy has told us that there is an IMF corruption issue that will surface with Ukraine. Is it conceivable that the IMF scandal could involve Pelosi’s family or friends and Schiff?

      Liked by 8 people

    • cheering4america says:

      You always write such informative comments that I would like to believe you, but I do not feel comfortable stating that charges, even with extraordinarily well-founded written in stone evidence, in the swamp will necessarily end in convictions.

      We are back to the pool of jurors who mostly hate him and don’t care about the law, don’t care about the evidence, don’t care about the continuation of the Republic, they just want their side to win. A la OJ’s jury.

      Hope that you are right and I am wrong, but to change minds we would need the duplicitous and lying media. And they are working 24/7 to reinforce their alternate reality in the minds of those who are only casually aware of the workings of our government.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Dekester says:

        I try to be upbeat, but the constant drumbeat of your crazy Dems and their media lackeys is insufferable.

        The apparent lack of push back is nauseating. If I were Jordan ( who is a great guy) I would have lost it with these media hacks long ago.

        Quit explaining them all out. All of them, full throttle. PDJT was elected in part because he fought, and kept fighting. Folks tune out when politicians “talk nice”
        Kick names, like calling Romney out, as PDJT did today in his presser

        Rant over..

        God bless PDJT

        Liked by 13 people

      • islandpalmtrees says:

        Oh, now you’ve done it, you have mentioned “the duplicitous online media”. Well of course they are but worse we have reason to believe that the MSM does work for members of the intelligence community. I realize for some this may sound unrealistic but Obama did pass a law that allowed spying on the American public.

        Worse yet, the same law allowed for paying organizations and individuals for their services. I am under the belief that much of the news presented by the MSM is propaganda derived from the same sources.

        We all know that the mainstream media is covering for the intelligence community and legislative coup participants.

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      • ristvan says:

        You properly raise the issue known as juror nullification. There are two potential (but only potential) solutions.
        1. A very careful prosecutor voir dire (juror selection from the jury pool). Perhaps aided by removal to a distant part of Virginia in the case of Brennan conspiracy based at Langley.
        2. Simple, clear, bulletproof indictments with irrefutable evidence. No OJ Simpson gloves that don’t fit. On FISA, I think Durham already has such a case against Comey based simply on the first signed warrant and his congressional testimony under oath. On EC predicate, I think Mifsud’s cellphone can provide such a case against Brennan. Even easier if Durham gets Clapper to flip; he is weak and already tried a PR version of the Nuremberg defense.

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    • IGiveUp says:

      yep, seems like it will all be over by Christmas. Either Trump is impeached and convicted or the Dem-Prog-Lib Establishment is toppled. Epic!


    • FrankieZee says:

      We are all praying that you are right.

      Liked by 1 person

    • You have a polite way of saying be objective, there’s light at the end of the tunnel, and have patience. Thank-you…………..again!

      Liked by 1 person

    • VoteAllIncumbantsOut says:

      I’m not sure if people really understand about “Under color of law” which you refer title 18.
      So basically what they all did is exactly what Adam Schiff is doing, supplying his evidence whiteout providing or disclosing the real truth in this case means, Prima Facie evidence which can be rebutted. For those that are unfamiliar with our titles in the code, title 18 is not positive law meaning it is not following the Constitution. The rest are considered Non-Positive law meaning acting “Under color of law“.

      For anyone’s education…


      • VoteAllIncumbantsOut says:

        Whoops, my bad. Yes title 18 is positive law but Ristvan is correct in using the term “Under color of law”. Which my example above still stands.

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  14. Ausonius says:

    So Democrats claim the Republicans cannot possibly defend the president, and so the Republicans attack the process.

    Republicans need to be clearer: “ How do you defend the president against accusations NOT being reported from anonymous “whistle-blowers” in hearings where you are banned and whose transcripts you are not allowed to read?!

    Kafka and Orwell along with all the Founding Fathers, Abraham Lincoln, and anyone with an ounce of integrity Past or Present throughout all of Human History would be appalled by this spectacle, which shows how openly Totalitarian the DEMS have become.

    Allow me to quote again the Roman Emperor Trajan who, when asked what to do about Anonymous denunciations of Christians.

    “Anonymous denunciations have no place in our law and must never be used in our courts. They set a bad precedent and are unworthy of our civilization and of our era.”

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  15. Raquel says:

    This whole fiasco reminds me of how the Dems passed Obamacare- behinds closed doors, if I remember correctly, on Christmas Eve. They operate like totalitarian dictators. Sadly, Paul Ryan and the rinos did nothing about it. Their gestapo-like tactics do not go unnoticed by the electorate, but the republicans need to pound this into the minds of the voting public, that when the Dems have power, their behavior is that of fascists.

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    • Ausonius says:

      They act like Totalitarian dictators because a Totalitarian dictatorship – following good ol Uncle Karl Marx – is what they want! They give lip-service to the “Will of the People, but in fact, like the arrogant, atheist, Nietzschean amoralists they really are, they despise non-Leftist Americans and their Conservative American Judaeo-Christian heritage.

      Their philosophy MUST be destroyed!

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  16. GB Bari says:

    Scalise obviously missed the softball tossed to him in his interview.
    Fox host asks him about the State Dept.s exoneration of Shrillary’s mishandling of classified information in her private emails. Fox puts right on the screen these pull quotes:

    While there were some instances of classified information being inappropriately introduced into an unclassified system in furtherance of expedience, by and large, the individuals interviewed were aware of security policies and did their best to implement them in their operations….

    …Instances of classified information being deliberately transmitted via unclassified email were the rare exception and resulted in adjudicated security violations. There was no persuasive evidence of systemic, deliberate mishandling of classified information.
    (bold emphasis mine)

    No persuasive evidence?? WELL OF COURSE NOT!! God Himself could not persuade these anti Trump, pro Clinton biased Deep State-controlled Ozero-embedded crooks. If SOS Mike Pompeo truly believes and accepts that report then he should be fired by President Trump. Another in-our-face blatantly-biased whitewash of criminal wrongdoing by Crooked Cankles Clinton..

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  17. snailmailtrucker says:

    Jim Jordan is the only one who had POTUS Trump’s (and OUR) Backs !

    Liked by 6 people

  18. Gil Stonebarger says:

    If these guys are defending the Constitution…we are done…stick a fork in us

    Liked by 1 person

  19. donny2837 says:

    Just watched the first vid and there is something in there which is a dozey. After Jim Jordan answered their biased questions,, like the woman asking do you think Mick DEFENDED himself well, then Jim said: I was back in my district, the people are fed up with and totally against this impeachment thing. Look, the American people understand fairness, the get it, they INSTINCTIVELY know.

    Beginning at 5:30 in the vid the male said this: You said the American people will sorta (playing it down) see through this impeachment inquiry, but, when you look at the headlines, I mean, in the MAJOR papers, are constantly screaming about impeachment….and….so forth….Do you REALLY THINK …ah…that the folks back home…are…are… going to REJECT the idea…that….that….impeachment is WARRANTED?

    Very telling. To digress: Just once, when a talking head asks a question like this, I would like an answer like this: What you are asking me is: Do I think the American people are seeing THOUGH YOU? And my answer is, absolutely!

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  20. ann says:

    My eyes glaze over when Congress argues about process.
    Resist kerfuffles are tactical; provide ‘the head count’ dramatic skirmishes, to distract and obscure

    A party of broken integrity, disatttached,, no, hostile to our agenda, to respect & respond to the basic demands of American citizens.

    After trying to fob Clinton off on us, now Biden? What is this, a free republic, or a closely held Corp global enterprise? The disconnect is appalling.

    Do Democrats think elections are popularity contests between dynastic fortune hunters?

    Kinda like voting on those TV game shows, whose your avorite pop singer? , OMG.

    Their bench reveals an utter paucity of competence. We’ve got The Aged Kommissar Sanders.

    And Pro Incarceration Prosecutor Hi & Mighty Harris?

    Trotsky wanna be Warren? My lil Lefty Kirsten?

    I KNOW, unshakably, ONE BIG THING.

    To tolerate corrupt peers wounds the body politic. Passivity is not an act of omission, but of commission.
    Every damn day , plenty of us take on grave responsibilities .

    And expectations are understood: consistently reliably work to our best,
    Above all, be proactive, negligent care is most often collective, a failure, esp of leadership , to face reality & intervene competently. . CONSULT,, REFER out, follow through.. to be effective

    If WE did substandard work, that injured others, how would our society survive?

    The Democrat choice is wrong. Americans deserve leaders as good as we are. Not self indulged petty cowards.

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  21. Trump Train says:

    I am so ready for this war.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. delighteddeplorable says:

    Frustration is crackling off CTH branches today, understandably. It’s been one hell of a long, demoralizing slog but I have to agree with ristvan’s assessment that our VVVSGPDJT remains clear-eyed, resolute, and relaxed. He’s increasingly direct with his words and regardless of what Dims say, they’re crazed with terror, IMO.

    One of these fine days, we’ll be able to breathe easier. Clearly POTUS thinks so, and that’s enough for this Treeper.

    But these are damned difficult days, for sure.

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  23. Shop says:

    We can be fairly certain that Nancy will impeach Trump in the House. She has the votes and she’s working on preparing the articles of impeachment for the full House to vote on. This seems to be given as there’s nothing that prevents her from doing it.

    The question is what happens in the Senate trial? Mitch will be setting up the rules for the trial. But at the end of the day it is all a show as it is all political. So the bottom line is the question if there are 20 Republican senators willing to convict? I can see 8-10 Republican senators in the conviction camp but maybe they can get to the 20 if the Uniparty calls in their chips. At the end of the day all that matters is if 20 Republican senators will vote to convict.


  24. InAz says:

    Citizens can only contact Congress members of the states in which citizens reside.

    Those of you who are represented by Nunes, Jordan, Collins, Gaetz…. contact them….. mention that they need to use the same tactics the Commie Dems are using…which is leaking, lying, etc. Tell them they need to start doing something. There have been many great suggestions in the comments of what these Congress representatives can do to fight back.
    So give them these suggestions.

    Citizens can contact Senators from any state so keep up the pressure on these politicians to stop the Impeachment.

    I am in the process of contacting all Senators and my Congress representative. Unfortunately my Congress rep. is a Commie Dem, but I still expressed my anger as well as the anger of many citizens.

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  25. Mike in a Truck says:

    I’m voting against all incumbents. I’ll do a write in vote or cast a ” no” vote by not voting that line item. It’s really the only way to get rid of these turds- short of: well you know…..


  26. Perot Conservative says:

    Jim Jordan on Lou Dobbs program today:

    The so-called Whistleblower communicated with over a half dozen people (in Congress?) before filling the Complaint, as it says on Page 1 of the Complaint.

    Who are these over half dozen individuals?


  27. Heika says:

    All fingers are pointing back – to Clinton connection, Eric, and Shifty. TREASON in fact!


  28. Pew-Anon says:

    The gaslighting, especially by so-called Freedom Caucus Republicans, is getting unbearable. They should be in full McCarthy-mode right now, screaming the fact that this is a bona-fide Soviet-era show trial on American soil, in the halls of Congress(!), for no other purpose than to cover up the treasonous crimes of those presiding over the show trial. When PT says Republicans need to get tougher, I can imagine this is what means. Instead we get this limp-wristed, sugar-coated, mush-mouth gee-whiz babble about how,”unusual” and “secretive” this process is. And though many us would rather not admit it, deep down I think we all know the reason why.


  29. meadowlarkspring says:

    Oh, so that’s what you are doing….confronting the President. Holding closed doors hearings in the basement had me all confused. I thought that was hiding.


    • jx says:

      Why didn’t you read the transcript instead of what you wrote? Why won’t you produce the two non-whistleblower whistleblowers? Or did you make them up too?

      For two years you said you had “more than circumstantial evidence”. But that was a lie too.

      Now you are holding secret hearings with only your party present.

      Schiff, you are subverting the government with your unsubstantiated accusations and repeated lying. YOU are unethical. YOU are the danger.

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  30. meadowlarkspring says:

    Since the ample evidence in plain sight didn’t work, Schiff is hiding his new evidence in the basement.

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  31. HickTick says:

    About six Indictments would clear all this impeachment talk up real fast . Start talking minimum of ten years , more indictments to follow . Have some Judges order some Tax returns on Warner and Burr , Pelosi , Schiffy . Using the UK and Italian governments is Treason , Start Talking it Up .


  32. Xena Laminak says:

    Is it me or are the tones in the voices of journalists when speaking with Republicans dripping with “BUT I know better” smugness. This was a very difficult video to watch. Jim is amazing. The Fox News team were so biased I wanted to punch the screen.


  33. DelAware says:

    I am always willing to listen to anything Rep. Nunes has to say…but I can’t stand Bartiromo’s voice.

    She sounds like an Italian cocktail waitress yapping peevishly at the neighborhood mafia don about the price of bacalao and polenta. (I based that on extensive experience in the Northeast.) Then on top of that she has that extremely “we rose from the Lower East Side” beeping clipped delivery.

    Why is it that “conservative” newsbot women never seem to go for vocal training before someone shoves a microphone in their faces? These nasal, beeping, screeching, yipping, oxygen-impaired, uncultivated voices do not sound like the voices of mature, grounded, well-breathing individuals speaking from root and core and political/moral gravitas. Rather they sound like a kennelful of Chihuahuas serving invisible masters. (Which of course they are. Medium = message and all.)

    She doesn’t interrupt as much as the others (one reason I don’t pay attention to Fox), and she seems to have emptied out of her demeanor most of the verbal tics (uh, you know, like, erm, etc.) that plague the current crop of National Spokesbots, both mainstream and non-.

    But this is just another reason to ignore broadcast/video/podcast “news” altogether. I’d rather jam knitting needles in my cochleas.


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