Devin Nunes Interview on “Spygate” and “Objective Medusa”…

HPSCI Ranking Member Devin Nunes sits down for a lengthy interview with Jan Jekielek to discuss Spygate and the House investigation of the 2016 election known as “Objective Medusa”, the committee investigation that yielded the Nunes memo.

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127 Responses to Devin Nunes Interview on “Spygate” and “Objective Medusa”…

  1. Genie says:

    More like “Obstruction Medusa”. Multiple Democrat led investigations will continue until one ignites spontaneous obstruction.

    Liked by 13 people

    • glissmeister says:

      Politics conducted as an ongoing criminal enterprise. This is today’s Democrat Party.

      Liked by 22 people

      • Exactly, which would never happen without their compliant co-conspirators in the media. The MSM needs to be destroyed.

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        • Spooky says:

          The MSM is certainly an enemy of the truth, the constitution and the people but you forgot one important element in this fiasco – the Retardpublican political class. Lindsey Grahmnesty could blow these secret hearings up in a heartbeat by simply calling Schifty’s witnesses to testify in open hearings where they can be questioned at length with transcripts available to the public. Instead he sits on his hands like the do nothing, useless fraud that he is. Proving what we all know- there is nothing in this universe more worthless than a Republican senator.

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          • BWTraveler says:

            I thought for a while that was the case but I realise that President Trump and his helpers have far more knowledge than I do. It’s possible that Senator Graham would interfere with Barr or Durham’s investigations, possibly revealing info ahead of it’s time. The more I see & try to understand what’s happening the more I realise how little I know. Qanon said that the large majority of what is happening is hidden. I’ll just support and trust DJ Trump and wait.

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            • Raptors2020 says:

              Uh huh. And Democrats get to put their their well-being into the hands of Ocasio-Cortez. Better to trust Jeff Sessions and Qanon.

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      • The stench of the House Democrats’ cesspool is spreading. Who the Hell are these people? The complete lack of integrity, character and substance should have disqualified all of them from political and governing power.

        I pray the truth of this whole putrid group of uncivilized, perverse creatures is exposed. Dear God, please let the truth be known.

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      • Matt Bracken says:

        Lynching enemies is in their DemSocRat blood.

        Liked by 16 people

      • Hoop says:

        Democrats don’t have anything else…. they are a party without a policy.

        The Socialist wing has taken ALL the air in the room; new green deal, medicare for all, $10000/hr minimum wage, confiscating guns, Asset tax for the Rich etc.

        And America knows it!

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      • GB Bari says:

        That’s why IMO they could be brought down by enforcing RICO laws against them, including their co-conspirators in the federal IC and DOJ, FBI, and State Dept., and their media- based Fabricated Narrative Publishing Division. All of them.

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    • chipin8511 says:

      This is huge Vidmans brother Leniod real criminal

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  2. Pyrthroes says:

    For implications, echoing Sundance/CTH for some years now, see David P. Goldman (“Spengler”) in PJMedia for 10/29/19 (Tues): “Shameless effrontery: I killed my parents and now ask mercy on grounds that I’m an orphan.”

    “Instigated by incumbent President Benedict Barack Gangrenous, in 2016 the (Bobbletwot/Wünderschlumpf/MzBill) campaign indisputably commissioned the so-called Steele Dossier, collated by ex-MI6 spook Christopher Steele from wholly fabricated Russian dezinformatsiya. Passing this to Comey’s complicit FBI with used this concoction to obtain FISA warrants to bug the Trump presidential campaign. … yet when the Trump Administration (chivvies) the truth out of foreign governments about their involvement in nefarious activities in the U.S., the Democrats scream, ‘Impeachment!'”

    As constitutional scholar Prof. Alan Dershowitz puts it (now a near cliche), “This impeachment issue is a load of baloney, period. … The search for the perfect impeachable offense against President Trump is reminiscent of Stalin’s Minister for National Security, Marshal Lavrenti Beria, Chief of the genocidal NKVD (Putin’s KGB): ‘Show me the man and I’ll find you the crime.’”

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  3. littleanniefannie says:

    “Any reporter with even an ounce of respectability”. ‘With an ounce of credibility”

    They do have respectability, responsibility and credibility. With the Wicked Witch of the West (your call whether that is Hillary or Nancy—My personal opinion is the Nancy has won the title through her dictator like actions in the power grab).

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  4. GP says:

    Nunes voted to condemn Trump’s withdrawal of troops from Syria (last week I think) I used to trust Devin and Jim Jordan 100%-not so sure anymore-and you can throw in Mark Meadows.
    They will claim “we did all we could” etc. That vote by Nunes is very suspecf.

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    • steph_gray says:

      Jim Jordan voted WITH PDJT on Syria, not against. Please keep facts straight.

      As for Devin, I don’t know why he did that, but I think it’s merely a case of ignorance – my take is that he is not a foreign policy guy and is not up on PDJT strategy in the area.

      He is far too valuable as a warrior against the entire Spygate conspiracy to throw under the bus for that, in my opinion.

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    • GB Bari says:

      I made remarks of a similar tone last week after the voting roster was published.
      Now I am retracting those remarks.

      Remember the President, when asked about those Congressmen voting against him, he brushed it off and said “it doesn’t matter” or words to that effect.

      Well, it turns out that he knew that they did NOT know what was coming; that the plan was kept secret from Congress to avoid leaks. Unfortunately PDJT could not single out Nunes nor any other of his few allies in the House and let them know; it would have put both them and PDJT in a vulnerable position, given the extreme hostility of the majority party in the House.

      OR, MAYBE NUNES AND OTHER ALLIES KNEW, but voted with the inconsequential majority as a cover… No possibilities should be dismissed, anymore.

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      • amazed treetop downlooker says:

        Truedat!
        We ARE operating under WARTIME – at least politically – conditions, restraints, with GREAT need for tactical surprise @ crucial times, sometimes superseding the preferable pathway of full straightforwardness.
        Pity but true !

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  5. The Raven says:

    Nunes is what a government official should look like. Shiff is what a corrupt government official looks like.

    After watching this cringe worthy video – the conclusion is – our country is in deep doo doo. Free markets, free people, and free speech are gone for good.

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    • You’re so right. Our country is in deep trouble… we’re at risk of losing our freedom. It’s abundantly clear to me that our government is infested with traitors, installed to assist the enemies trying to bring us down. I suspect those enemies come from within our country, as well as outside. I pray the men and women trying to fight this prevail.

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  6. Mike in a Truck says:

    Talk talk talk, that’s all the Repubs do. Two years. Two years, they controlled both Houses. Talk talk talk.

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    • Ryan and McConnell controlled the Houses and the narration. However, you are correct that the rank and file Republicans could have done more than just yap. Allowing recess appointments would have been a major move. Telling the truth publicly would have been another. Supporting the President yet another. They are SCUM. SAD.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        Mitch has a point here. Look at the end of the thread.

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  7. littleanniefannie says:

    More hiding of exculpatory evidence by the Democrats and Operation Get Trump. The level of deceit by SES invested employees is unfathomable. These Obama embeds were carefully chosen to stay because 1) they know where the bones are, 2) they are loyal Socialist patriots, 3) they are willing to sacrifice themselves for the cause. Sounds an awful lot like the Nazis. The running of the Democrat Inquisition by Nazi Puh-lose-ee and A-damn Schitt using zero fairness is just one more example. Hakeem Jeffries made a statement yesterday “ obstruction of justice, abuse of power and the culture of corruption that appears to exist at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.”. He intended it to be about Trump (we think) but it actually applied to his buddy 44. The abuse of power under O’Failure actually extended well beyond 1600 Pennsylvania into his CIA, his FBI, his Dept. of National Intelligence, his Treasury, His DoS, his DoJ. O’Failure wasn’t smart enough to do this on his own. ValJar via Soros used the right embeds to cover and make him look smarter than he ever was.
    Nunes never deserved to be excoriated the way the Democrats have done. They could not imagine that a farmer could see through their scam. The sad part is that he did not get real support from his fellow “Republicans”. The smartest thing the Democrats have done (and this is not recent) is to embed “Republicans” into the Intelligence Community. Anyone who believes Comey or Mueller were ever Republicans are smoking something that Colorado will immediately approve for sale eliminating marijuana forever!

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    • beach lover says:

      I wonder if the exculpatory evidence Nunes spoke about is the same evidence Sidney Powell is fighting to be released? After all.. Flynn was part of the original FISA warrant.
      This could all finally break loose if that comes out.

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    • For Eyes says:

      The exculpatory evidence thing is the track Sidney Powell has followed for years. I was left wondering if she has been somehow aided by the work of Nunes and / or his team. Even if indirectly by reading tea leaves dropped along the way. She would know what to listen for.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        That prosecutorial dirty trick of holding back or even altering exculpatory information must be oozing out into different spheres. It has been used by the FBI/DOJ, the DoD, and in the military court system, most notably against Eddie Gallagher.

        Who is the head of this snake that spawned this behavior? Was it that other prosecutors envied Weismann’s success? Did it come out of the witness protection program? Is it because the CIA sought to keep their wrongdoings hidden?

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    • Sherri Young says:

      Didn’t Obama fill quite a few openings and promote some to SES just prior to leaving office?

      Cannot recall the details. Just remember that it was late in the game and those people are darned near impossible to dislodge.

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  8. beach lover says:

    Everyone should read Lee Smith’s book. There is so much we know happened, but it goes into so much background on all of these characters that helps to explain the beginning. It really is riveting. I had to order it on Kindle version.. its sold out in hardback already.

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    • Sharpshorts says:

      After the book was sold out at it’s main distributor yesterday, Lee Smith posted on twitter that it was still available at Barnes & Noble and that the publisher is working on producing more copies.

      If I’m not mistaken his book was actually “sold out” the day before it’s “official” release date due to pre-orders.
      Apparently the publishers and their distribution outlets were not expecting the huge demand.

      Seems that a lot of people were aware of Lee Smith well before yesterday…

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      • Rush Limbaugh has been pushing it on his radio show.

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      • Justah says:

        I’ve been following Lee Smith’s work since 2006. His best selling book, The Strong Horse (about Arab culture) was a great read. Most of his work has been in Foreign Policy.
        He is a well known (in Journalism circles) as a well respected & resourced Investigative Journalist and author.

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        • Raptors2020 says:

          Lee Smith has been willing to discuss the number of journalists (?) party to the Russia Collusion hoax. Just because they take each other seriously is no reason for anyone else to do so. Perhaps some day the names of the journalists (?) bribed by Fusion GPS will be revealed.

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          • beach lover says:

            He names the media that were in on all this. As he says…it’s the same ones over and over again. And as Sundance has mentioned many times, each department had their favorites they leaked to, and the rest followed suit. The media was needed by the cabal in order for any of their scams to work.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Lee Smith had an excellent interview with WMAL’s Larry O’Conner yesterday afternoon.
      Just as informative and interesting as this one with Devin Nunes
      O’Conner goes over why Lee Smith’s book is different, and much better, than the McCarthy, Bongino, and Greg Whatsits’s books.
      https://omny.fm/shows/the-larry-o-connor-show/lee-smith-on-the-larry-oconnor-show-10-29-19

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    • Roni says:

      The book lays out details of the coup in a readable way. There are surprises: the role of foreign governments, Paul Ryan, the plot to ensnare Nunes if he revealed any details to PDJT, Flynn to McCabe “….you already have the intercept”, and his mission to downsize the intel agencies, clean house. Rosenstein was not a white or grey hat, for certain.
      The resistance tentacles remain vast and deep.
      Kudos to Rep. Nunes and his team for remaining steadfast.
      And, Sundance was correct…..Barr kept Rosenstein around so he could clean up his mess.

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  9. rightmover says:

    Devin, no one should trust you anymore. You stabbed President Trump in the back. Your words are no longer worth listening to for me.

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    • Irisheyes says:

      When are Republicans / conservatives going to stop having these “purity” tests? Throwing out a person because they disagreed with something is ridiculous, and has caused problems for our side for years.

      Or are you Roleconning, just changing the target from PDJT to Nunes? I’ve noticed several new posters coming down hard on Devin very recently. Trying to discredit?

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      • steph_gray says:

        Irish you’ve got it.

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      • No…no one try discredit Nunes…but Irisheyes…you maybe notice likely not we MAGA REPUBLICANS are in state of the war against Deep State for 3 years..ANY VOTING AGAINST PRESIDENT is voting with internal enemies…now Irisheyes roll over your eyes…

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        • TarsTarkas says:

          They’ve been after Nunes that long too. Recall how he was forced to recuse over a BS ethics charge. If one possibly misinformed vote against the President disqualifies someone forever in your eyes, you’ll soon find yourself a very lonely warrior.

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      • Aeyrie says:

        “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.”

        F. Scott Fitzgerald

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      • Zorro says:

        The throwing out of 90% good for the quest of perfection is unproductive.

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      • rightmover says:

        A new poster? Roleconning? I’ve been around here for years, pal. You can go back and check my posting history.
        Considering how many sides Trump is under constant attack from, getting censured by someone who has supposedly been on his/our side is giving aid and comfort to the enemy–and the enemy in this case will stop at nothing to take Trump down and tear down our republic.
        Perhaps in accusing me of being a “Rolecon” you are practicing the left’s well-worn tactic of projection.

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        • WRB says:

          go away

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        • amjean says:

          I agree with you. This is not about disagreeing with President Trump. It is about standing by his side through thick or thin against the evil cabal who are trying to turn our country
          inside out towards socialism/communism/Marxism. Those whom have been paying attention know that if President Trump does not succeed with his agenda or get elected
          in 2020 that our nation is lost and the communists have won.

          It is simply black or white; no shades of grey should be allowed. Its us against them.

          If one disagrees, one bites their lip, zips their lips and stands firm.
          After all, this is war. Hold the line!

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        • vladdy says:

          A “tell” about our new Rolecon friend — the part about “never trust anything Nunes says again.” Hmm…interesting, very specific advice, wouldn’t you say?

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      • trialbytruth says:

        Irisheyes it will stop When we stop falling for the Psyops of the left. Applying the purity test is a version Alinsky’s rule. “Make them live by their own rules” becomes make them live to their own piety.

        Until Trump came along any attack on character was met with a pile on and surrender on the right. Trump broke that mechanism. They still pile on but he has shown there is no need to surrender.

        This same attack being used on Nunes was used on Trump. Remember all the talk of he wasn’t conservative enough? Even Andrew Brietbart was routed here as saying Trump was no conservative.

        I miss Andy I am sure he would be delighted by our Cultural Warrior President and all the progress he has made. Past does not always prove future.

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      • rightmover says:

        https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/10/16/a-call-to-action-stand-we-will-remember-the-129-republicans-who-refused-to-stand-with-president-trump/comment-page-1/

        “today 129 Republican House members spat upon our President as he works tirelessly to defend out interests and put America First. 129 Republican House representatives voted against the one Republican who is doing everything he possibly can to fulfill the expectations of those who elected him to office.
        129 back-stabbing cowards, voted to condemn President Trump for withdrawing the U.S. military from Syria; the same military engagement those same spineless cowards in the House would not vote to authorize. Those 129 Republicans should be shamed.”
        -Sundance, Oct. 16, 2019.

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    • Kintbury says:

      Get over yourself. It was a bill rushed through and his vote was a knee jerk one. I think it was rushed through just for that purpose. Pelosi is shrewd .

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    • snellvillebob says:

      The Kurds in Syria are closely intertwined with the PKK Kurds in Iraq who are on our and 9 other nations terrorist organizations lists. They were Russian supported Marxists until ISIS attacked them. We gave them weapons, training, and support to fight ISIS to defend their cities and families. ISIS is as dead now as it ever will be so it is time to bring our boys home.
      Now these Kurds can resume their quest to wrest parts of Turkey, Iraq, Iran and Syria to form their own country of Kurdistan. If we had stayed, they would have involved us in that century-old quest.

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    • Roni says:

      rightmover, if you read Lee Smith’s book, you may reconsider your feelings about Nunes. Without much initial support from his colleagues, he remained honest and steadfast in pursuing the origins of the deep state attempted coup. And he did so at great personal sacrifice; his family and acquaintances, as well. IMO, he’s salt of the earth.
      He’s not always going to agree with the President, but he is one of the few good guys in Congress.

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      • rightmover says:

        Roni, I appreciate your dissenting response as being thoughtful and devoid of the hostile, uncalled-for accusations about my motivations that have come from some other commenters. Surely you can understand my skepticism of anyone in D.C. who has jumped on any bandwagon to take a side against the President at a time when he is taking incoming missiles from all sides, including his “own.”

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    • rightmover says:

      All you folks reflexively shredding my comment about Nunes’ vote to condemn Trump’s Syria withdrawal should go back and look at what Sundance himself wrote about that vote and the turncoat Republicans who voted to censure their already incredibly embattled President.
      Go back and read what Sundance wrote. Does that make Sundance a “Rolcon”? Does that make Sundance someone who is “falling for the Psyops of the left”?
      I am at a point where I trust nobody in D.C. in either chamber. I trust the President. Period. ANYBODY else in that Goddamn swamp, you’re damn right I am skeptical about.

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  10. Wow, I might get flamed here for having a different opinion, but I’m not giving up on Nunes. I support PDJT 100% but think it’s possible that right minded conservatives could have differing opinions on pulling back of support for the Kurds. In fact my first thought on this was “the Kurds have always been there for us when we needed them”. This is not only the view of the military industrial complex, but also from the “boots on the ground” who have fought alongside them.

    I now accept President Trump’s decision because the argument that “these people have fought each other for decades”, why should we invest our children in this un-winnable conflict makes TOTAL sense, but that wasn’t my first thought. The idea of turning our back on our friends seems so un-American, but at some point we have to cut our losses. We never should have been there to begin with.

    So I’ll cut Nunes some slack with this one vote. He’s still my hero in the senate.

    BTW, my son was one pair of those “boots on the ground” in the desert sand with the US Marines, so I’m not just opining as a casual observer. Ooorah!

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    • GB Bari says:

      No flaming.
      You’re in the majority.

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    • amazed treetop downlooker says:

      I’m with you, wilderness, NUNES is great , courageous…sorta brings to mind Joan of Arc, for me at least !

      BTW, I WISH Rep Nunes WERE in the Senate, like, say, Majority Leader…maybe someday, YES… He’s truly INTREPID !

      GOD BLESS & KEEP HIM & ALL TRUE PATRIOTS !

      ALSO, PLEASE tell your son, THX, Screaming Eagle !!!
      🇺🇸

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  11. prairiedayz says:

    Followed Nunes’ detailed interview closely…had been aware of most but had not heard of Proto Dossiers?…can anyone describe….thx in advance…also I tried Amazon Prime on Lee Smith’s new book….several months wait….will go to Kindle as it appears a must read….Great job Congressman Nunes notwithstanding the threats, slander and false attacks by corrupt swamp pols and their operatives… no doubt Soros money somewhere…against you and your family….Keep up the fight!…..

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    • olddog35 says:

      The “prototype” dossiers were the Clinton/Fusion original story- they smelled like the political BS they were, so they repackaged and “washed” the story with the bona-fides of the supposedly credible ex spy Cristopher Steele.

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      • prairiedayz says:

        Thx 35…I was familiar with the Clinton/Fusion original but not by that name….I got the impression that Nunes was referring to multiple dossiers by the rats prior to the C/F original…..see today’s http://www.thegatewaypundit.com for an expanded and detailed report on 4 different fraudulent Steele dossiers passed around to multiple faux journalists….rats all….

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    • Sara c says:

      Try Walmart. Less expensive and was in stock yesterday when I ordered. I previously tried Amazon and was told up to 3 month wait

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  12. warrenjay13 says:

    Expect the swamp to stay the course…selfishness is slippery, slimy, and sings sweet lying 🤥 lullabies.

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  13. TradeBait says:

    I agree with others on here – just because there is disagreement on the vote on one issue, it does not mean there is a party split or dissension on major matters of importance. All families have disagreements. They work it out. What Nunes has done has been highly, highly important to MAGA and he had his reasons for voting against PDT’s view once.

    The clear and present danger is from the leftist con artists and their slaves on the media plantation. Combine them with the entrenched DS seditionists and traitors, there is much more work to be done by all patriots.

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    • Shyster says:

      The real question is which are the slaves and which are the masters? Do the Demonrats in Congress run the media, or does the media run them? I have heard arguments for both points of view.

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  14. sDee says:

    “”It’s Groundhog Day but it’s dangerous” ”

    It is more than dangerous – it has been and remains, evil, deadly and destructive. What is now barely coming to light, shows willing Americans just how deep and wide this is.

    The video explains the pattern – the Method of Operation. They turned on Trump but it is clear that it has been reused and repeated…… over and over and over.

    Knowing the M.O. we can now look back over the “events” in our lifetimes to see what it has been used for, domestic and foreign. How many wars? How many character and physical assassinations? How many lives? How much wealth? How many elections and politicians. How many nations? How much blood?

    Perhaps Benghazi was a turning point? All I know is that Donald J. Trump launched his Presidential campaign, not against another candidate or another party, but against the deep state and the globalists running it. Godspeed Donald Trump.

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    • Zorro says:

      It’s right on video, Nancy Pelosi, “The Wrap Up Smear”. Just like Quid Pro Joe is on video. These should be played everyday. It’s their own words not a vast right wing conspiracy.

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  15. trialbytruth says:

    Nunes looked more.relaxed then I have seen him in months. He said he won’t do the big media interviews because of the ( my take, lies, gotchas, and misrepresentations ).

    When I have seen him on fox he seems on edge and waiting for the interview to be over. I suspect it is the same concern as the other networks just not as in your face.

    This interview he was engaged, deliberate and uninterrupted. He is a good man. He has been defamed in a current career where reputation is everyting. I hope Twitter makes him ridiculously rich.

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    • Newhere says:

      Your review has convinced me to listen.

      Honestly I’ve grown tired of listening to Devin …. impeachment may be Groundhog’s Day, but so are his interviews! So much PROCESS. And it can take him so long to reach a point. After 3 years, I can hardly bare it to listen even to the good guys.

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      • trialbytruth says:

        Well Newhere most of us come here for the granular details. Process is part and parcel with that.

        It does get tedious at times. The granular details of the lawfare/Pepsi s heme is a good example. Reading it was impossible, reading Sundance’s breakdown still made my eyes glaze over.

        Somethings no matter how well organized written or parsed are hard to absorb. If you listen to the same people covering the same ground eventually it becomes a droaning noise kinda like tenth grade English.

        It’s not anyone’s fault once you know the material unless Nunes is going to settings to music it is not going to seem fresh.

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      • bluenova1971 says:

        If you watch a Nunes interview on any program other than Hannity, he gets to his point right away.

        Hard to do with the incessant Hannity interruptions.

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      • bluenova1971 says:

        If you watch a Nunes interview on any program other than Hannity, he gets to his point right away.

        Hard to do with the incessant Hannity interruptions.

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    • JIM COMEY IS A WEASEL_DOUG says:

      This is a longer interview so the anxiety of getting his point across in the “time allotted” is not there.
      It is frustrating for someone like Devin who knows SO MUCH, and so much more than what he can say (Demonrats are listening to every single word he says, just DYING to find something they can use to impugn his character) to get his message out in short sound bite.
      Devin, along with DJT, deserve a place on Mt Rushmore.

      And for the feckless amongst us that want to throw Devin under the bus, know this, we would not be where we are today were it not for Devin.

      Name me 1 person who has done MORE to expose Spygate more than Devin Nunes……….I’ll wait.

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  16. oldfiredude says:

    Maybe Youtube is now blocking the treehouse? On two web browsers this morning, all the videos are unavailable.

    Sundance

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  17. willthesuevi says:

    I credit Nunes with keeping the pilot light going when almost every Republican, House and Senate, were flaming out on President Trump. I think most of us here agree Nunes got caught up in the momentum on that misplaced vote.

    Glad to see you all calling out the rollcons.

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    • willthesuevi says:

      PS – It’s like they aren’t even trying these days.

      Nothing but half-assed attempts anymore. So transparent.

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      • rightmover says:

        “It might be difficult to accept that: Doug Collins, Devin Nunes, Liz Cheney, Kevin McCarthy, Mike McCaul, John Ratcliffe, Steve Scalise, and Lee Zeldin all voted to spit in the face of our president…. BUT THEY DID.”
        -Sundance, Oct. 16, 2019.

        So, willthesuevi, you calling Sundance a Rolcon?
        Or are we all just shrugging off the anti-Trump votes of 129 GOP congressmen now and forgiving them with all our trust?

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    • JIM COMEY IS A WEASEL_DOUG says:

      NOBODY has done more to substantivley exposed the crimes of the Deep State to save DJT than Devin Nunes. No one!

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      • NJ Transplant says:

        JC is a Weasel – I am with you about Nunes. He has done more than anyone to expose the Deep State. Hopefully,he will want to run for President in 4 years. I will continue sending him campaign contributions.

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    • rightmover says:

      So I am a “Rolcon” now for being pissed that a congressman I thought was on our side jumped on the bandwagon to censure Trump and pile on at a point when the LAST thing the President needed was to have his so-called supporters turn against him–even on one issue.
      Does that make Sundance a “Rolcon” too, because his post about the GOPers who voted against Trump on the Syria issue was worded a hell of a lot more strongly than my initial post about Nunes.
      A “Rolcon” is someone who comes here under the guise of being MAGA but then proceeds to question Trump’s judgement or to say “If Trump does this, I’m done with him” or to spew coordinated “Javanka” comments.
      All I did was criticize a GOP congressman, NOT Trump. Go search out any of my comments over the last four years. I support and trust Trump 100%. I know exactly was a Rolcon is, I have called them out here many times myself, and I ain’t one. Quite the opposite.
      You folks sound like the same ones who reflexively were jumping to Jeff Sessions’ defense for two years.

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  18. beach lover says:

    Just getting into the book, but the term was used, to my understanding, for the work used by ole Nellie along with Simpson going way back. It was then run through Steele to add credibility of an ex–CIA affiliate and fed to every media outlet and inlet possible. As has been mentioned by others (including Sundance I believe), that think Steele had absolutely no hand in writing the so called “Steele Dossier”.

    Interesting story how they first targeted Carter Page and PapaD. It’s obvious Smith has some very good sources.

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  19. Zippy says:

    His focus on the importance of Mifsud is the same as I have been making here. However, there is ZERO excuse for not LONG ago getting input from Mifsud. HE’s not hiding out in a cave in Syria.

    Nunes: I call it the Mueller dossier because it was a cover-up for everything. I mean Mueller didn’t get to the bottom of who Joseph Mifsud was. You have zero credibility if you don’t get to the bottom of who Joseph, the one who supposedly knew about the Clinton emails and told Papadopoulos which is how they claimed this whole investigation began, right? You don’t have an ounce of credibility with anybody with any common sense whatsoever because that is where you begin an investigation, right? How was it that Joseph Mifsud knew about Clinton’s emails and then that’s what opens the investigation. So, any credible investigation should have focused on that to determine was Mifsud actually a Russian agent like James Comey said he was.

    I mean, look, if Mifsud is a Russian agent like Comey says then we have a major scandal on our hands, we have a major spy scandal on our hands because Mifsud was involved with our NATO partners he was a diplomat from Malta. He was at a campus that was teaching FBI agents and others. He was a guest, a frequent guest of a State Department nonprofit. He was right here in the US Capitol in January 2017 so I’ve always said I mean talk about a real scandal if Mifsu \d was a Russian agent. Oh my gosh, look at how many FBI agents State Department folks
    were compromised in our own government by Joseph Mifsud.

    So, that’s why it’s just very unlikely that he’s a quote-unquote Russian agent and that’s why Mueller stopped short of calling him a Russian agent. We need to find out, you know, where is Mifsud and have him interviewed. I mean he’s a guy that in our investigation we’d love to interview. Yeah, so if he’s watching this out there somewhere please come in and we’d love to have a meeting with you, a recorded transcript. The Democrats don’t want you to come in, don’t want Mifsud to come in, but we would like for him to come in so that we could complete our investigation.

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    • Zippy says:

      Also, note how he seems to not know that Mifsud’s lawyer has claimed that Mifsud is willing to testify that he was a Western agent and that he feels his life is in danger.

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    • Zippy says:

      BTW, I suspect that Mifsud’s claim that he fears his life is in danger is merely an excuse for him to NOT come forward.

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      • Shyster says:

        Disagree! The one man who could definitively prove and be the smoking gun that the CIA and FBI engaged in an illegal entrapment scheme, destroy the russia collusion theory and land the likes of Brennan, Comey, Clapper, Strzok, and Page in jail, is a more than dangerous loose end. We all have seen what has gone down with Seth Rich and Epstein. To think these people wouldn’t arrange a convenient accident for Misfud is clearly underestimating the depravity of the known bad actors involved and the multi nation conspiracy to defeat, criminalize and take down our President. Oh, and by the way, it is just being reported today that Epstein’s pathological injuries are clearly more consistent with homicide than a plain old self inflicted hanging.

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        • Zippy says:

          I’ve made that same claim. However, just as the mechanisms of our four thousand, two hundred BILLION dollar government could find him if they really wanted to (they don’t) since he’s not hiding in a cave in Syria, they could also find him if they wanted to kill him (they don’t – that would nearly be as good as him testifying there was a set-up of Trump). That made me reconsider the validity of his claim. I think it may be a ruse.

          ALSO, it has been claimed that Durham and Barr listened to a taped deposition of Mifsud during their recent trip to Italy. Why does Nunes not seem to know that, nor did Rand Paul in a recent interview?

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          • Shyster says:

            A “ruse”, to what end? The overwhelming public evidence militates in favor of his being a western asset and even the Mueller report didn’t find he worked for the Russians but would only go so far to say that he had Russian contacts. Assuming not a Russian asset, that only leaves 2 other outcomes. He was either working for western intelligence or a private group such as Orbis, the Steele firm. Since we know he was the FBI’s claimed predicate for Crossfire Hurricane, if that predicate is found out to be false and a product of entrapment then, based on the 2 only legitimate ties, western Intel or private Intel, one of those 2 groups would have more than a strong motive to avoid criminal liability and exposure by having him offed! So again, a ruse to what end?

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            • Zippy says:

              “A “ruse”, to what end?”

              To provide an excuse to REMAIN HIDDEN instead of coming forward to publicly testify in an open forum.

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              • Shyster says:

                Ok, I see! Thanks for explaining.

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                • Zippy says:

                  And you can see why that would be exactly what ALL of the coup participants would want.

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                • Zippy says:

                  And in an Italian newspaper article it was said that it was Italian intel that told him to lay low, so it doesn’t even need to be a ruse on HIS part. Some intel persons for their own benefit tell you that you are in danger (even when you’re not) and what are you going to do? Take their word for it and hide.

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  20. The American Thought Leader interviews are really good. I bought Luke Roziak’s book after listening to his interview and now I am going to buy Lee Smith’s. I really respect Nunes. I hope he gets a huge settlement from his lawsuits…he has earned it. Thank you Congressman for all you do. Now I have to contribute to his campaign.

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    • sturmudgeon says:

      “The American Thought Leader interviews are really good” Exactly Right! A person gets time to digest the thoughtful, deliberate questions offered. Compare that scenario to “tommy-gun” Shapiro’s interviews.

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  21. Shyster says:

    Here is the Fox News link on Epstein:

    Jeffrey Epstein’s autopsy more consistent with homicidal strangulation than suicide, Dr. Michael Baden reveals

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/forensic-pathologist-jeffrey-epstein-homicide-suicide

    Explore the Fox News apps that are right for you at http://www.foxnews.com/apps-products/index.html.

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  22. Kleen says:

    I just wish people would stop repeating the lie that Democrats want to impeach Trump because they hate him or because they can’t accept losing the election.

    Are people really that dumb?

    They need him gone because they need their crimes covered-up. PERIOD

    They are desperate to keep their corruption from being exposed.

    It’s not just hatred for Trump or whatever else

    It’s cover-up.

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  23. Linda Jean Burkett says:

    It seems that we have way to many employees on the govt payroll in too many agencies with too much time on their hands. They form their own opinions on policies when they don’t have access to all the info PDJT has, they talk to too many other employees, discussing confidential info and forming outsider opinions when they should be doing their jobs or maybe their jobs could be riffed. That’s a reduction in force.

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  24. HickTick says:

    Nunes goes home ,. Nunes is constantly berated for Voting / siding with the President in lock step .
    Nunes has chance to vote against the President . In a vote that would amount to nothing .
    Just maybe PDJT wanted some cover for his plan all along .

    What harm did Nunes Vote Do ??? After All he is a Politician . My Congressman Jeff Duncan gets blasted every day for siding with the President . But I love him .

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  25. Just Some Guy says:

    Great interview. American Thought Leaders is better than anything you’ll find on the fake TV networks. Just my opinion.

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  26. Everybody’s talkin’ bout Bagism, Shagism, Dragism …..

    All Dems are saaying .. is give Soviet-style a chance

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  27. Oldretiredguy says:

    Nunes has been a star and the most outspoken person in congress calling things for as they are and had been. An earlier poster mentioned the underlying fire to all of this “get Trump” smoke. It’s all about covering up the crimes of Obama. Where’s pervert Wiener’s laptop? That hard drive right there would sink the whole thing since Odumbo himself used that illegal server. Just the fact that the laptop’s contents has not been fully exposed should tell you all you need to know regarding the underlying purpose to everything that has been ongoing for the last 3 years

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