Rep. Elise Stefanik Discusses Schemes, Ploys and Manipulative Games of Adam Schiff…

Representative Elise Stefanik (R-New York) gives a good general perspective from a centrist, non ideological, politician.  As a member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) Stefanik is at the center of the impeachment efforts undertaken by HPSCI Chairman Adam Schiff.

Ms. Stefanik has had enough of the schemes and games and is publicly calling out Chairman Schiff for his manipulation of the impeachment process.  This type of push-back is good, because Pelosi and Schiff’s crew are comfortable with the customary GOP push-back from McCarthy, Jordan, Meadows, Gaetz, Collins, Nunes etc. However, the Lawfare crowd is not prepared to deal with the optics of a more dangerous Stefanik.

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161 Responses to Rep. Elise Stefanik Discusses Schemes, Ploys and Manipulative Games of Adam Schiff…

    • ann says:

      These tactics show complete disregard for facts & a willingness to destroy legitimate governance.
      lunactic accusations that feed the myth created & sold by Clinton & DoJ through mass media. Extortion is what Biden did.

      Why are we so weak?

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      • Raghn Crow says:

        “Why are we so weak?”

        Great question! And so many valid answers! Wish I had the intellectual ability out detail them all — but moral courage, fortitude, and a lack of self-sacrifice loom large among them.

        Liked by 8 people

        • Matt Bracken says:

          Don’t worry! LIght-loafered Lindsey is going to have a resolution! That’ll show ’em!

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          • Matt Bracken says:

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            • 7delta says:

              I like that. The parpeachment, the preferred process of fruit flies. Ya know…all that fermentation sucks ’em right in. It’s a peach-45 party! Woohoo. 

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            • Pale rider says:

              Impeachment takes house and senate and has a vote in the house to ‘impeach’ it is a trial of sorts to find a president guilty or not with testimony from him and against. That’s my understanding of it all.
              Once again this is not an impeachment, it is a coup perpetrated by the globalists carried out by paid for puppets in and around our government.(trillions at stake one million or so is nothing for a bribe) The show is to bring public opinion into agreement with the act of a coup without bloodshed, I say on their side.
              In adversity there is always something to learn, in this it’s how our government has been corrupted and who. Players being inside and out. MSM as we all see are major and must be destroyed or change drastically by some form of constraints or lack of by holding them accountable in courts. Many of the congress critters need to go to jail for these acts IMO, and unelected staff.
              I believe recalls or voting them out is a first step and once out they are vulnerable to prosecutions. We have a small window of opportunity once Trump leaves for whatever reason, it will be much harder to root them out once he is gone.

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              • MAGA2020 says:

                In my opinion nothing short of a full scale civil war will sort this out. The trick will be discerning which war to fight in, the flase flag triggered syntheric war or the real war?

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                • Mr e-man says:

                  A war is what the anarchists and Bolsheviks in the Democrat party are wanting. Sending our country into chaos is the fastest way to throw out the Constitution and replace it with an entirely new progressive form of government. They would love a war and could care less who gets hurt. Remember, they will be behinds walls with guards and guns and military protection.

                  Don’t fall for it.

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        • MAGA2020 says:

          I believe it is by design

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        • “Why are we so weak?”

          I suspect a fair amount of the GOP career political class have corruption to hide. They’re guilty of pay-to-play, quid pro quo, kickbacks, bribes, sweetheart deals, no work jobs for relatives… out and out theft of taxpayer foreign aid skimmed off the top. How else did these “public servants” get so filthy rich? They’re dirty, dirty, dirty!

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        • ann says:

          One factor may be the severance between state party orgs & candidates supported at the grass root level. Romney comes to mind.
          For as long as I can remember, the platforms of both parties oppose or avoid confronting & fixing obvious

          Ex Class action suits in health care.

          Uniparty & donors cash cow
          Trial Lawyer Asso, AMA, commercial insurers ,

          secondary industry: lobbyists, managerial establishment, , implementators, eval & regulatory.

          + revolving door think tankers w white papers, symposiums, members, fellows, integrate across fields into academic/legal/professional caste
          Consanguinity yields familial, clan networks . clustered in public admin/pubprivate/aca

          BRAIN DRAINS of special interest protectors
          who propose policy rather than fixing the problem at the source .

          Congress & Caste prosper, costs born by
          Patients & MD Private practices.
          Personal care is now referred to as “Limousine plan”

          An intellectually dishonest subclass within our privileged cohort is invested in hypocritical conformity.

          Of what value is work that produces top down regulatory pseudo solutions?

          That imposes drags on R&D, innovation, reform?

          ever expanding public/private sector hubs of Policy specialists, writers, quality, implement eval & implantation, grant recipients, , implementors ,
          Best Practice formularies, massive group practices and depersonalised medical care are not responsive, responsible governance.

          Nor are white papers a substitute for common sense. Yet technocrats of narrow education and small exposure to grubby reality are shaping discourse to limit policy,

          Impact is private practice MDs patients
          patient/doctor depersonalised major obvious fixes

          both political parties platforms subverted by thirty years money consolidated tight control grip of organisation of leaders at the grass root level

          In my opinion, that is one meta level example of identifiable hinges that drive this drift.
          , Raugn.

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      • Issy says:

        Not weak, corrupt. The senate is the world’s most exclusive club and Biden one of its longest serving members. They can’t allow him to be criticized because then it could happen to them.

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        • Matt Bracken says:

          The McConnell-Chao family is just as corrupt as the Biden family. He’s going to do all he can to get the swamp-drainer convicted in the senate. And 20 other corrupt and/or blackmailed GOPe senators might well vote to convict as well, to preserve their corrupt lifestyles.

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          • lydia00 says:

            It’s a bit more strategic and nefarious than that. McConnell would help to do this AFTER the election, perhaps. right now all of his campaign literature claims that he is working toward Trump’s agenda. This is for fundraising purposes.

            McConnell wants to leave the Senate on his own accord. Not by angering his base. Kentucky was big time for Trump.

            Always remember that McConnell does just enough to keep an R behind his name. I am supposed to praise him to the high heavens for doing what he is supposed to do which is get decent judges confirmed.

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            • Dee says:

              The turtle will dump Trump in a NY minute to save his azz.

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              • Dump President Trump in trade for what? They can’t find one damn thing he’s done wrong. He’s clean! He’s honest! He’s law-abiding! Always has been! Dumping Trump won’t save any of these corrupt bastards because they don’t have anything on President Trump! That’s why they’ve had to concoct all the hoaxes…. there’s isn’t anything real that’s he’s done!

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          • beaujest says:

            Fire McTurtle’s Chinese crook!

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          • Pew-Anon says:

            Hey Matt. Always enjoy your segments on IW. What no one seems to be pointing out, especially our so called Freedom Caucus, is the fact this sort of parliamentary maneuver we are witnessing is setting a precedent for any future president to be removed essentially by fiat. Corrupt house members, by simple rule changes, are able pass an otherwise lawless vote of impeachment devoid of due process, and corrupt Senators can then legitimize an otherwise illegitimate impeachment by passing a conviction vote. All through internal rule manipulation. All by what amounts to fiat. Such a maneuver ought not to be constitutionally possible, and to me it represents a weakness in our checks and balances system. Any thoughts on how can this be prevented as a precedent in the future?

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        • chipin8511 says:

          It wont be hard to bribe 20 Republican Senators with millions when trillions are at stake just beware this could happen if does I will guarantee some of them might be assassinated just because….Civil War people waking up…Still way too many brainwashed who dont care .Trump debates with Dem Socialist nominee he will rip them to shreds…World bankers will crash the market if they can get rid of Trump make no mistake that is their goal.

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          • 20 Republican Senators who would vote to convict President Trump? Taking bribes to do so? I don’t think there are 20 GOP Senators who have the balls to do that. They’re corrupt bastards who’ve cost the country trillions of dollars for decades to hide the peanuts they accepted in return. They’re cowards and they won’t stand up and be counted now. Not going to happen, imho!

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      • Will Hunt says:

        Take action! Recounting the issues and bemoaning our lot is not enough. Here’s graham’s email contact:
        https://www.lgraham.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-senator-graham
        use it!

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        • ann says:

          Will,
          I get your point, of course, re contact.

          In safe seat occupied zones, there is NO TWO WAY discourse. They do not respect or listen to voters.

          an organised nonpartisan presence: a
          Restore Common Sense public voice.

          A vocal , tangible physical presence on stage to support the Big Agenda, ourselves & POTUS

          I Replied expanding on this to others on this thread.
          post op complication w knee replacement, won’t be able to respond for few days.

          Cheers 🇺🇸 MAGA ON. ,

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      • IGiveUp says:

        And what about the 3rd EQUAL branch of gov’t, the judiciary. Don’t they have a sworn duty to uphold the Constitution too? Why sit back and say nothing? They could exert enormous political pressure by a few carefully worded statements. It’s situations like this, where the judiciary is silent and the media is controlled by the state where the unthinkable happens. It’s so sad that every single day we get reminded that we’re completely unexceptional and exactly like most other corrupt countries.

        Our Constitution and representative republic form of gov’t no longer seems to be well suited to who our people are. It’s so easy to abuse our system because there was so much freedom built into it and so many demands for individual accountability.

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        • LivLovely101 says:

          The “great experiment” was designed to work with a society that had morals, ethics and honor. Also, a society that understood that they received their life, liberty and pursuit of happiness from God, not the government.
          Needless to say, all of these things have taken quite a beating with the Dems and the RepubliDems having done their best to rid our country of God and morals. And they also have no qualms with running this country without ethics or honor. They’ve even created a two-tier justice system: one for them and one for us- the “Deplorables” and “the bitter clingers”.

          This is why “the great experiment” is on it’s last leg; it was designed for people like Deplorables and leaders like Trump. For America to continue as a Constitutional Godly Republic, I think that at this point, we need a miracle of justice.
          God Bless

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        • ann says:

          Great question. Starting w Roberts & his mystery FISC oversight staff.

          We need an organised voice, cause CONgress is a co opted. farce. IMO.

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      • Neil Horn says:

        I Peter 4:7 “The end of all things is near; therefore, be of sound judgment and sober spirit for the purpose of prayer. 8 Above all, keep fervent in your love for one another, because love covers a multitude of sins. 9 Be hospitable to one another without complaint. 10 As each one has received a special gift, employ it in serving one another as good stewards of the manifold grace of God. 11 Whoever speaks, is to do so as one who is speaking the utterances of God; whoever serves is to do so as one who is serving by the strength which God supplies; so that in all things God may be glorified through Jesus Christ, to whom belongs the glory and dominion forever and ever. Amen.”

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    • babrightlight says:

      Good article on Red State about the Deep State, ths whole charade, and why Mittens is howling about Ukraine. If this article is true, then the corruption is way beyond imagination to include the 2001 terror attack. Maybe Sundance could validate or enlighten.
      https://www.redstate.com/stu-in-sd/2019/10/23/mittens-deep-state-ongoing-coup-potus/

      One of the links in the article shows a British doc tying the Obama admin to having the Brits spy on Trump. Keep praying for our nation and president until the truth of this malignant infestation is identified, brought to light and removed with extreme prejudice.

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    • Neil Horn says:

      Bill Taylor’s Congressional testimony: I have been a deep state player for most of my life in service to the deep state overlords who know what is best for our country, And I have found that POTUS, DJT is the worst of all outcomes for the deep state control of the American electorate. In fact, as soon as DJT was elected to be our next POTUS, the people who respect me and who I respect immediately received the signal to fall back on the plan to disrupt, discredit, and remove any POTUS who would not go along with our plan of global domination. Therefore, I present this article of impeachment to Your Honors, who have been given all oversight of government, because the people of the US are too stupid to decide who should govern them.

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  1. 1riot1ranger says:

    She’s been on this from the beginning…I expect her role to be important as it comes to a close

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    • Yep played rookie Congresswoman in the Comey interview and asked about the process of informing Congress about the investigation. Comey’s process was to withhold evidence from Congress. Hope she becomes more consistent in her views.

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      • Dee Paul Deje says:

        Yes, because of the “sensitivity” of the matter. I still remember the look on Roosterhead’s face.

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        • Issy says:

          “Such Sensitivity of the matter” was the reason congress wasn’t briefed. I guess that makes it clear who is running the country. No surprise there, it’s the IC. Why does Gowdy look so uncomfortable?

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        • I am sure rooster was surprised and became uncomfortable because she went there. Because of the “botched” Benghazi investigation I am not sure where rooster is/was at.

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        • MAGA2020 says:

          ” We have to figure out how to navigate that in a good way” = how to bury it as deep
          as possible.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Truth seeker says:

          Listen to the way Comey answers that question,particularly his tone. He sounds unsure almost like he’s asking a question, rather than giving an answer. “because of the sensitivity of the matter???”

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        • Neil Horn says:

          Mike Rogers, “our hero” is sitting back and nodding to Comey, that he is on the right track while the congresswoman is exposing the hack.
          Take note that the Hon. Congresswoman, Stefanik, is telling US, the American people, that there is a deep state attempt to impeach Trump, in compliance with an insurance policy, that will make sure we never again will vote for someone who is not approved by our deep state masters. The KGB could only wish that the people of USSR would be as compliant

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    • Kitty-Kat says:

      I seem to recall, that at the meeting where Schiff started by reading his “parody” of the president’s transcript, she was the first member, when her turn came, to call attention to the fact that Schiff had not read the real transcript but had made stuff up.

      Are not laws being broken?

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      • WVPatriot says:

        An excellent question that demands an equally excellent answer!

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        • Rhoda R says:

          Schiff did it on the floor of Congress. He’s totally covered.

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          • dd_sc says:

            It was his opening statement at a hearing.

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            • Neil Horn says:

              It was his opening statement at a hearing.

              Not on the floor of Congress, but in a committee hearing. When Schiff’s accusations come to the floor of “Congress” then the people of America will know that the POTUS is being accused. The meaning of impeachment is accusation.

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          • rawflint says:

            Only a body as corrupt as congress would make rules/laws? that condone and forgive lying in the dock of congress. ANY ethical organization would make rules/laws forbidding such a travesty. No wonder they have secret slush funds to payoff victims of sexual harassment. When the people that are trusted to make laws that govern the people and exempt themselves from those same laws, there is no justice, merely elitist corruption most foul and dishonest. They should be subject to the exact same laws they impose on us with absolutely no exception.

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      • webgirlpdx says:

        Yes. Nunes sat stoned-eyed pissed and Ratcliff’s expression in front of Schitt was priceless.

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        • Neil Horn says:

          Patriots are waiting on a member to bring an accusation before the full house. There is a procedure for House members to bring forth an impeachment hearing.

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    • Will Hunt says:

      Ms. Stefanik has more balls than 95% of our republican “representatives”.

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      • RJ says:

        You call out attention to a fact of nature: When pushed to the wall, what does one do?
        The democrats have played their “hysterical game” rather well, they continue to do so. The republicans have stuck to their “facts game” in a passive manner. Here comes this little lady to the microphone and talks about what she sees.

        But, there is something about the way she presents her thoughts that caught Will Hunt’s attention…she behaved in a male dominant manner which he refers to as having “balls” in his posting. Like the buffalo who charges the female lions going after a member of the herd.

        And for sure, the girls are running the democrat party along with their girlie men!

        The question is how many other voters will see this game for what it is?

        More will, if they see republicans showing up with a set of balls before the microphones!

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    • capetribulation1 says:

      Correct. She is the one who asked Comey why he kept the counter-intelligence investigation from Congress for nearly a year, forcing him to answer that it was too sensitive even for the oversight of Congress. She’s good.

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    • buckeyejames says:

      Well… Elise is my rep, and she’s done really NOTHING for President Trump and the MAGA agenda since she (randomly, I think) stumbled into a line of questioning that put scumbucket Comey and swamper Gowdy into a spot of bother. The latest was voting for endless war in Syria and against PDJT’s wishes to bring our 28 troops home.

      Don’t get me wrong… the alternative would be WAY worse and I get that Elise has to walk a fine political line here in NY. But a solid MAGA/KAG supporter she is not.

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      • 1riot1ranger says:

        I think it has to do with Fort Drum being in her district. I hope so because she seems very nice otherwise.

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        • Bendix says:

          I have it from someone who has met her, and who formerly worked fairly high up in the sordid world of NYS politics, that Elise Stefanik is actually extremely intelligent, so she just can’t help doing the right thing now and then.

          She’s also young, and influenced terribly by the execrable Paul Ryan.
          Her attitude toward the president is just plain nuts, and I wish she would GROW UP and cut it out.
          She was less of a carpetbagger than her opponent the first time she ran, which is why she was there in the first place, and her grudging, limited support of President Trump, along with no better opponent, is the reason she is still there.
          If we had real Republican leadership, she could have been brought into line.
          Such a waste of talent.

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      • rawflint says:

        She is the innocent child from the old fable of the emperor has no clothes. Refreshing no matter which side she is on, BRAVO.

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  2. lemontree says:

    I am surprised at how strongly she came out against Schiff. She definitely is a centrist. She made a very straightforward argument for why this is a farce.

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    • glissmeister says:

      The process is being run by “Ed Buck Democrats.” They should call them such.

      Think. If the process was lawful, why do we need 435 House Representatives? All we would need was Democrats, and there would be no need for representation of any district that voted Republican. As all those districts would need was Democrats elected in other districts.

      The sham of shams is to refer to any of this as “The House” taking action. There is no House action here. This is nothing more or less than Democrats conducting a Sedition against the people of the United States who did not vote for them. The House hasn’t done any of this. The House has taken no such action.

      These are “Ed Buck Democrats” from California conducting a Sedition upon the Congress and the People of the United States — engaged in acts of willful institutional perversion; promiscuous process perverts, each and every one of them. Corrupt. Perverted. Seditious.

      These craven frauds are not The House. They are a molestation of everything decent and just The House stands for and has stood for since its Constitutional creation.

      Stop the promiscuous seditious perversion of due process. Call it what it is.

      Call them what they are. Call them what they have become.

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  3. Bob says:

    Isn’t this lady the one that put Comey to sleep during the congressional hearings?

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    • 1riot1ranger says:

      She actually asked penetrating questions that she wasn’t supposed to ask. Which means she isn’t in on the scam. Interesting in hindsight to see how Comey evaded them

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      • Gary says:

        He didn’t evade the question. He just flat out said that the FBI counter Intel deputy told him not to tell the gang of 8. They should have both been arrested right then.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “She actually asked penetrating questions that she wasn’t supposed to ask.”

        Rep. Elise Stefanik asks questions at Comey hearing

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        • Dee Paul Deje says:

          I’m always on the fence about Roosterhead but his facial expressions in this clip appear to be huge tell.

          Liked by 3 people

        • Issy says:

          Too bad she wasn’t on the Select Committee to investigate Benghazi, She might have asked the right questions.

          Liked by 2 people

          • 7delta says:

            I don’t think it mattered much who was on the Benghazi Committee. The outcome was decided before anybody was appointed. Just another DC Comics Circus Show. A Swamp Production.

            Liked by 5 people

            • Issy says:

              Of course, it was, all orchestrated by the fearless prosecutor Gowdy. However, a good question such as the one she asked Comey might have wiped that smug expression off of Hillary’s face for a few seconds.

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              • 7delta says:

                The decision was made before he was appointed chairman.  Gowdy was a good box office draw for the base, but he didn’t appoint himself nor did he wield enough power to be the decision maker. Go further up the food chain. Who was speaker then?  Now, if you want to hold Gowdy accountable for his participation… What did he know and when did he know the investigation was a sham? Why did the top of the food chain not want to investigate Benghazi? Why and how did they respond to demands to do it?

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                • Issy says:

                  I don’t disagree with you, but Gowdy didn’t have to take part in the scam. He gave the investigation credibility.

                  My guess is they couldn’t dig too deep into hillary’s part in this horrible malfeasance of duty because it would also be embarrassing to the republicans on the house & senate intel committees who knew and approved the cia operation.

                  I watched the entire testimony and I can’t recall obama’s name being mentioned at all. I’m pretty sure he was the only one who could have ordered the military into Libya for a rescue mission.

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                • Bendix says:

                  Gowdy didn’t even ask the question the NH newspaper reporter finally asked, the question about lying to the families that it was a Youtube video.
                  That disgusted me.
                  Why hold the hearings at all, and WHY DIDN’T HE ASK HER THAT?

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              • dd_sc says:

                Gowdy received his marching orders from Boehnor who did not want to have the hearings.

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    • ezpz2 says:

      No, she’s the one who not only woke him, she made him squirm like the worm he is.

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    • Ray Runge says:

      Bob, are you troll boy?

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    • RAC says:

      If you mean “with the fishes” then yes.

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  4. WES says:

    Q: Why would she be more dangerous? Nobody has ever heard of her before!

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  5. Tl Howard says:

    I’d be interested, Sundance, in your assessment of Senator Grassley’s tweet of the other day, that he fears the delay of the IG report might be due to the success of the Deep State deep sixing it.

    Do you think this was Grassley’s way of nudging Barr to at least release parts of it SOON and that it’s important that happen to the Dems from their impeachment mania?

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    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      Governor Huckabee brought it up and said because it came specifically from Grassley he felt it was a damning statement about what’s going on behind scenes

      Liked by 7 people

      • Tl Howard says:

        The IG Report is, as I understand it, in the hands of AG Barr, who is deciding what should be classified and what should not be, right? Thus, criticism of its dilatory release from the moment it was given to Barr would be a criticism of him, not the IG.

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        • Ray Runge says:

          SO, call Barr out as sniveling apologist for the Deep State. Any comeuppance for the criminals has been delayed and certainly non existent.

          Is Bagpipes Barr terrified to go up close and personal with the Thugs at LawFare?

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      • Issy says:

        Honest to a point, but he soft-pedals the misdeeds of the leadership and gives them the benefit of the doubt on the decisions they made. Mistakes were made, bias had no effect on actions, etc were staples of his previous report. The only thing he seemed to take seriously was a lack of candor. In other words, the fbi could get away with all this seditious behavior as long as they admitted it.

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        • TheOtherSean says:

          And then the reports reach main Justice, and rats like Rosenstein edit the summary down to soft-pedal it further, and then recommend against prosecution. At least Rosenstein is now gone.

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  6. eatmorebaconcheeseburgers says:

    That was a lot of truth bombs in 1:36. #MAGA

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  7. Eaglemom says:

    Please put Elise Stefanik front and center as the face for our side pronto! She is great.

    Liked by 7 people

  8. ezpz2 says:

    ‘…a more dangerous Stefanik.’

    Yes, she’s a relatively new enough Representative to be untainted, not corrupted by the swamp.

    She has that youthful innocence that is associated with being honest and seeking

    honesty and justice.

    AND she looks very pregnant, no?

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  9. loteal2014 says:

    Wow, this is huge. She’s so strong

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Schmitty says:

    Dear Heavenly Father,

    Please raise up more women like this courageous woman – give my own wife and daughters the same grit.

    In Your Only Son’s Name – Jesus Christ our Risen Lord,

    Amen

    1 John 4:10

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  11. The Lone Ranger says:

    I am asking Vice President Pence to make the following announcement: If President Donald Trump is impeached and removed from office, and I become President of the United States, my first official act will be to hire Donald Trump as my senior White House advisor.

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  12. Liberty in NYC says:

    Congresswoman Elise Stefanik is indeed the person who unexpectedly pinned down Jim Comey in Congressional Testimony in March, 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlXXZQgh72Y

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  13. Garavaglia says:

    Refreshing.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. myrightpenguin says:

    She is smart. Shame she isn’t much of a conservative, but that’s ok.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Russ says:

    The Republicans and any media allies need to get message coordinated and start using the term “un-American” and “anti-American” when describing Pelosi, Schiff, this process, etc. Pound it 24/7. Get those terms firmly associated with them. All tweets, interviews, press conferences, etc. Pound it, pound it, pound it.

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  16. JoeMeek says:

    Is Adam Schiff actually a Goa’uld ?

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  17. Sentient says:

    Stefanik’s district in NY has a Cook partisan voting index of +4 R. Trump won it 54-40, but in the prior 6 presidential elections it went for the democrat. So she faces competitive elections. “Smart” politics probably would dictate that she keep her head down, pull a Susan Collins and act “concerned” about the claims and insinuations that Dems are leveling at the president. She must have actual principles.

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  18. John Obidienzo says:

    Why should anything coming out of that cesspool be admissible to form articles of impeachment?

    The Coup d’état slithered into the Capitol basement. The Specious Counsel morphs into the Specious Impeachment. Andrew Weissmann becomes Adam Schiff. Bureaucrats pop in and then disappear in a nightmarish play that mimics Kafka’s “The Trial.” The accused is presumed guilty and can never be proven innocent.

    The basement of the House has become Adam Schiff’s Procrustean chamber; the place where the Republic goes to be tortured and die. Witnesses, who cannot be cross examined, give testimony in secret. They are intimidated and manipulated to fit Schiff’s iron bed. There are no heavily redacted transcripts, because they just, poof, disappear. Pre planned testaments are re-manufactured to shape a one sided narrative that is leaked to the media who embellish and pump the resulting sewage of lies out to the public–scream Tyranny!

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  19. John Obidienzo–
    Very few human beings on earth could have said it better than you did.

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  20. CopperTop says:

    She’s a real star her Congressional questions were fantastic during Comey hearings. She voted for censure.

    Feel like her Gohmert see eye to eye. I like the NY/Texas team up.

    Been watching her for 2024.

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  21. On the issue of Stefanik, after the initial big splash seen all over the world, she disappeared.
    I took it as a sign of political cowardice and a preference for incumbency over truth. That has now changed. Did her polling get her back in front of the cameras?
    You can’t make somebody be a courageous person (I think you’re born with that!), but if they are frightened into taking a vigorous stand because of electoral considerations, that is as sweet as it comes!!

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  22. Betty says:

    They need to do something beside stand and say how unfair they are being treated. It is us and our President who is being treated unfairly and they are just standing there. If just one of them got up and started outlining a plan, telling us how we could help – but no. All I hear is whinging and then I get a fundraising e-mail the next day.

    Remember last week when Mitch McConnell was saying he could just dismiss the impeachment or something like that? I am pretty sure that comes under the heading of gas-lighting because I just read that he is going to sit down with Schumer and talk impeachment proceedings, and that is gas-lighting too. Because they have all the details already worked out and McConnell is just letting it out drop by drop (boiling us frogs).

    Someone needs to make a motion to Vacate the Chair. Or we need to get a restraining order, or something. We can not be at the mercy of Traitors to our Nation, is our only recourse Civil War?

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    • Skippy says:

      What is the motion to vacate the chair rule? -Balletpedia
      The motion to vacate the chair is a parliamentary rule (peculiar to Congress) that describes the right of any member of the House of Representatives to call for the formal removal of a sitting Speaker of the House and the election of a new one.

      This power comes, technically, not from the Constitution but rather from a parliamentary rules manual written by Thomas Jefferson during his tenure as Vice President—and President of the Senate—between 1797 and 1801. The manual—now known as Jefferson’s Manual—was adopted by Congress as an official rule book in 1837. The manual does not supersede the Constitution. Instead, it provides the rules—essentially the bylaws—for how Congress conducts its legislative business.

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      • TarsTarkas says:

        Bylaws? Democrats don’t need no stinkin’ bylaws! ‘Specially bylaws written by dead white male slaveowners! Orange Man must be removed!
        They of course would demand it be followed to the letter if the situation was reversed. But then standards only apply to the opposition. They are righteous and virtuous.

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    • JC1974 says:

      As conservatives we should never condone political violence, nor contribute to starting political violence. However, I believe it more likely, day by day, that we’ll have a dissolution of the Union. I’m hopeful the President will win re-election, and the GOP pulls off a miracle in Congress, but I don’t think the core of the Democrat party has any soul left to search for if they’re crushed.

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      • littleanniefannie says:

        JC, you’re right. The DemocRATs view themselves as morally superior and disgustingly arrogant. Nazi Puh-lose-ee has her big gavel and believes that she can use it to pound We the People into submission. Should they steal the elections (both Presidential and Congressional), I think the cold anger will explode volcanically and there may be an uprising in flyover country the likes of which have not been seen for over 150 years. Why else are the DemoncRATs doing everything to disarm the citizenry. Beto is the stooge face but he is telling us their plan, much like Mad Max told us what Obama was doing with the IC (and has gotten away with so far).
        It really isn’t about Socialism/Communism. That is their front. Dangling free stuff all over the place allows the DemoncRATs to suck in the lowest information voters. Hanoi Jane and her ex, Teddy Turner, made the smart play years ago of signing the airport exclusive deal. Multiple delays and only CNDNC to listen to equals brainwashing to the nth degree.
        AG Barr. The fate of the nation is in your hands. We are becoming increasingly impatient. We understand you can’t/won’t take down Obama, at least not in prison. He does need to be outed for the corruption of his administration, which predates Trump. Hillary and the CF should be broken. She doesn’t have to go to prison, lock her in a small house with Bill and don’t let them communicate with outsiders (no bathroom server either). The rest of them need to pay a price, beginning with Brennan and going down the line (up to and including Schiff).
        We don’t want candy, flowers or cards for Valentine’s. We want indictments. Lots of them. No minnow. We want the sharks and piranhas.

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    • john says:

      Yes, Betty. Our only recourse is indeed Civil War. And it has become inevitable that we rise up and act with extreme prejudice, or we accept the chains that have already been forged.

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  23. Jaap Titulaer says:

    Elise Stefanik 2024 !

    🙂

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  24. Bigly says:

    It’s unfortunate – those of us with rough elbows , the ones that move and shake and move bawls ahead everyday are made known in the workplace as “oh that’s just Bill. He has rough elbows ((Jordan, Nunes, et al) but when a coworker that rarely if ever makes waves, their words are weighted as profound and even dangerous (in a good way)

    I get what you are saying – a hot spot of mine. Over time , you need to ally with the dangerous in order to finally get the bawl over the goal line. I get it, but still drives me crazy. Human thing. Susan Collins is a “dangerous” sea stir – she came out appalled yesterday by the word “lynching” – everyone gasps! Oh my! It must be really bad for trump!! Susan Collins! /barf

    Just venting here. Trump has rough elbows. Must drive him nuts too. He has to find dangerous/weighted safe space coworkers to carry his water cause everyone sees him as a nut! When he is the only one fighting. It’s hard to watch.

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  25. HA says:

    The very word “secrecy” is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings.

    John F. Kennedy

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  26. frank field says:

    Concise! Accurate! …”unfit”.

    Trump for Rushmore

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  27. Still the most pathetically obvious rebuttal: “look at what the last VPOTUS did, on camera!”

    If you want to talk about the high crime of extortion, committed by the VPOTUS and including an unmistakable reference to the POTUS as a co-conspirator, you need look no farther. But they defended him then and they’re defending him again now, because that is “Washington, DC Business As Usual.™”

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  28. capetribulation1 says:

    Problem: Democrat-only impeachment. Solution: Republican-only trial.

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  29. MLK says:

    Once again it’s left to this lady to do the heavy lifting. What Rep. Stefanik succinctly describes is an Administrative State pre-coup in the House of Representatives. Which your readers are well-familiar with because you’ve chronicled the emplacement of key staff Shot Callers after Democrats took back control this Congress.

    “Tens of millions of Americans should know that their Member of Congress has had no access to any of the transcripts. In fact, no member has been able to read every transcript, and let me tell you why. There have been only two transcripts that have been made available to Intelligence Committee Members . . . . They would only be printing one transcript for every single Member, whether on the committee or not, and you would have to read it with a member of Democratic staff.”

    That’s complete capture by unelected, essentially self-selected by a faction within the bureaucracy, of the House of Representatives. The Democrats seemingly leading the charge are mere figureheads and pitchmen for the Permanent Government.

    It’s long past the time for the American people to be introduced to these behind the scenes Shot Callers. Because they possess no such legitimate authority in our constitutional order their plot cannot survive such sunshine.

    The only way we can successfully fight back is by exposing the key Shot Callers. In other words, not taking the bait of channeling the sunlight and ire on the elected officials that are thoroughly compromised and, as far as Permanent Government is concerned, eminently replaceable.

    We must accept that our Constitutional Republic is functioning behind the curtain, more so than ever, much like Communist China with its dual State/Party lines of authority.

    In the instant case, their enormous weakness resides is in the fluid collusion between these conspirators without any regard to the Separation of Powers. The following is essential reading (all three parts) because it details that the Administrative State take-over of Congress accelerated in 2018, from staff diktat to the exceedingly more effective emplacement of actual agents of the Deep State as Members of Congress.

    https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2018/03/07/dems-m07.html

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    • IGiveUp says:

      No demonstrations, sit-ins, shut-downs, walk-outs by these Republicans? Just going to watch the takeover get completed? Apparently we’re still far from the serious stage. Go back to sleep.

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  30. capetribulation1 says:

    I believe Rep. Stefanik is the one who asked Comey why he kept the counter-intelligence investigation from Congress for nearly a year, forcing him to answer that it was too sensitive even for the oversight of Congress—she’s good!

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  31. Bill Dumanch says:

    “Suicide”

    (she will leave no note)

    Cause her fingers will be found.

    In Jersey…

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  32. Doug Amos says:

    Listen to President Trump; all else is just noise, including this lady. Every day, drip by drip, he drains the swamp.

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  33. Hey – Has anybody out there with more patience than I have read this piece in GP and can comment on it? Every time there’s a glimmer of hope, I get all excited before I get disillusioned or Ristvan jars me back to reality!

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/10/must-read-lying-adam-schiff-and-his-cia-whistleblower-are-likely-guilty-of-conspiracy-and-treason-under-espionage-act-for-spying-on-president-trump/

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