Lou Dobbs One-on-One With Secretary of State Mike Pompeo….

Fox Business host Lou Dobbs interviews Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about the issues with the ongoing sub-contracted Lawfare impeachment program and the exploitation of State Dept. personnel to attain their objectives.

Additionally Secretary Pompeo discusses Iran continuing to work toward building nuclear weapons; the ongoing confrontation with China, and the headline issue today of the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Climate Treaty.

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With everything we have discovered about the CIA [SEE HERE] I find myself wondering if former CIA Director Mike Pompeo ever discussed the 2016 issues with POTUS, while curiously watching their relationship for signs of handling.

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88 Responses to Lou Dobbs One-on-One With Secretary of State Mike Pompeo….

  1. Sentient says:

    Never trusted Pompeo. That doesn’t mean he’s bad news. Just tat he has to be watched like a hawk. Same as the rest of the DC crowd.

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  2. Sentient says:

    When someone like Schumer says “the Intelligence Community has six ways from Sunday at getting back at you”, that’s not hyperbole. That’s just the widely-known truth. They started off as a parasite on our elected government, and now they think that the elected government is the parasite – subordinate to the permanent bureaucracy. But it’s not just the generalized bureaucracy. Behind the killings and subterfuge are evil human beings. Epstein didn’t kill himself. And the CIA seems to be the epicenter of evil. If an errant nuke took out Langley and the Utah Data Center, I think we’d be better for it.

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    • joeknuckles says:

      Epstein may not even be dead for all we know. If he had a “dead man’s switch” somewhere, the crooks would have gotten him out of there before he could spill the beans. Then they could have staged an obviously fake suicide (using some other poor bastard’s corpse) to spur outrage and act as a diversion from the real crime. The whole thing could just be a complete fairy tale, with no corpse at all, for all we know. I’m so used to high ranking law enforcement officials lying to us that nothing would surprise me. This whole thing with this well known pathologist coming out now that all the evidence is gone could just be still more subterfuge.

      Let me put it this way, could you imagine a person like Epstein NOT having a dead man’s switch set up?

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      • Sentient says:

        I actually can imagine Epstein not having a dead man’s switch. Maybe he got sloppy, Maybe he arrogantly thought he wouldn’t need it. Maybe he didn’t have the technical means to set it up, and maybe he set one up but it got discovered and thwarted. I just don’t see why the intelligence agency involved would want to leave any loose ends lying around. Dead men tell no tales.

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      • botchedcasuality says:

        As I said they hauled away on a guerney straight to the off shore plastic surgeon.
        Now singling our young girls in the Seychelles.

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      • frances says:

        I agree, primarily because the photos were way off, one was not taken in the prison or a hospital but in a fire department, probably was a drill somewhere. The second photo the head is far too large for the body on the gurney, the last one has a oxygen mask on the gurney occupant’s face, given the lack of urgency of the people in that photo it also appears to be part of a drill and when someone is dead, why use oxygen? I think he was taken out of the hospital early in the morning, probably in Israel by now. And look how the story changed, he supposedly killed himself with paper sheets, by kneeling down?? When they didn’t get buy in for that story, it became, no, wait, he was muuurderrred. Not buying that story either.

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    • dustycowpoke says:

      Excellent thoughts.

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    • The Phantom Stranger says:

      What outsiders don’t seem to understand is how operations under the CIA are extremely compartmentalized, hidden away under the “black” budget. They have what are called limited hang-outs, namely operating units in the field largely detached from direct supervision and control from Langley. One hand of the CIA has no idea what the other hand is doing. Like all government agencies, a certain amount of sprawl has crept into its mission, hampered by rapid expansion and growth.

      There are any number of leftover limited hang-outs from prior administrations out there in the wild, some possibly going back as far as the Clinton presidency.

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      • trialbytruth says:

        In would suggest even farther back new blood comes in and someone in the group moves up the ladder.

        Kennedy’s we know better then you bay of pigs boys are probably still out there. Different players same mission, second guessing the boss.

        Actually that may be the entirety of Clowns In America

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    • The Third Man says:

      Intelligence ? The swamp moron voyeurs missed 9/11 despite numerous red warning flags right under their noses, ignored Putin’s advance warning about the Boston Bombers, presided over devastating moslem attack in Saudi Arabia, promoted WMD in Iraq such that “drooling red neck moron” Dubya launched the most horrible foreign policy disaster in US history damaging the world forever…and, are missing things as we speak. Better keep a close eye on Omar and Tlaib, vile, hateful, self loathing enemies of all real Americans.

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    • Jim Carpenter says:

      Sentient, you are the first in my memory to reference the “Bumblehive” (Utah Data Center)
      Thank you.
      Next to the “Patriot Act”, I can’t think of a single thing more threatening to our freedom.
      And folks need to be aware.
      Very aware.

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  3. Patience says:

    ….”while curiously watching their relationship for signs of handling”
    Sundance, Who’s handling?
    >I don’t understand.

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  4. margarite1 says:

    Of course I agree with the negative perception of the CIA but didn’t I hear that it was through the CIA that we learned about the whereabouts of Al Baghdadi? (or however you spell it).

    Seems to me the CIA has been out of control for decades but still…they have their place in this world full of enemies.

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    • maggiemoowho says:

      The Kurds told us where Baghdadi was and they even had someone on the inside to steal his underwear for DNA, now thats dedication.

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    • Sentient says:

      When Alexander Acosta was District Attorney in Miami and cut the initial lenient deal for Epstein, he was told to go easy on Epstein because “he’s Intelligence”. If that’s true – and I think it is – that means CIA … or it means that the CIA was so inept that they allowed another country’s intelligence service (like Mossad) to run the Epstein blackmail scheme inside the U.S. I mean, he had cameras all over his properties collecting material to blackmail the world’s most powerful people. “The Clintons” don’t have the means or the pull to have had Epstein assassinated inside the same jail that held El Chapo. Jokes about “the Clintons” killing Epstein are a distraction. It seems most likely that our own top intelligence agency was using (and sexually abusing) underage girls in order to obtain blackmail material on world leaders – including American politicians – and killed Epstein to shut him up without the slightest fear that they’ll be held to account. Do they really “have their place”? In any case, it may now be impossible to dislodge them.

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      • margarite1 says:

        The worst thing I read about the CIA – and I don’t know if it’s true – is that Brennan when he was in the Middle East for the CIA overrode the objections of his fellow spooks and approved the visa’s for the 9/11 hijackers. Given that many believe he’s a muslim the implications are almost unimaginable….that a CIA employee facilitated 9/11.

        Nevertheless I suspect that the CIA does do some things that would still have to be done if we nuked the CIA and started over.

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        • trialbytruth says:

          I like Brennan so much I would like to believe it.

          I have however heard the same information ( approving visas )attached to the whistle gossiper.

          I have not seen source siting on either claim. If anyone has it please share, otherwise it may just be innuendo.

          Brennen gets the prize for creepy evil mastermind none the less. Central casting is looking for a new Bond villian if he stays out of jail or noose he will have a new career ahead of him.

          Speaking of nooses if patriots decide to string up John Brennan would the media call it a lynching.

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        • botchedcasuality says:

          Just leaving this oldie but goodie here.

          I apologize if I am breaking a rule.

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        • elsuperbus says:

          After living through Spygate, 9/11 was definitely an inside job.

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      • Doug Amos says:

        If Epstein knew there were cameras everywhere courtesy of the CIA he is most certainly not dead!

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      • Mike Robinson says:

        Anyone in that prison would have been more than happy to kill Epstein, given what he did both to rich old men and to young women. You don’t need “grand government conspiracy” this time …

        Let him go [to Hell …]. If he’s shoveling coal for the rest of Eternity, that’s what he deserved.

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      • InAz says:

        Anyone the Commies want to protect for their own evil purposes is labeled “intelligence”.

        What in Hades could Epstein do to legitimately help CIA?! Nothing.
        Epstein was protected because the puppet masters said so……for evil acts.

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    • zorrorides says:

      Cthulhu, did Nancy Pelosi, Schiff and entourage go to Syria on a poorly-explained mission, only a few weeks ago, when VSGPT told us he was ramping down American military presence in Middle East?

      I like to think Nancy’s panicked hyperactivity caused circumstances that led us to locate Al-Baghdadi, and then kill him. San Fran Nan, just not a careful gal.

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      • Carrie says:

        It wouldn’t be hard to do with government issue phones and planes they could bug. Wow, that would be cool if it really went down like that.

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    • The Third Man says:

      $20,000,000.00 reward paid because “intelligence” is too busy attacking our great POTUS to actually know anything.

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    • The Phantom Stranger says:

      That’s the deal, unfortunately. A CIA is absolutely necessary in a dangerous world but any president has to know going in the CIA does what the CIA wants.

      When the Clintons first went to DC, they had CIA backing but it’s clear the FBI was against Bill and Hillary. The Left made sure the FBI would never pose a threat again to a sitting Democrat president after the Clintons.

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      • elsuperbus says:

        That’s practically admitting defeat. Our spooks should be military and subjected to the UCMJ. Just because they do what they do doesn’t mean it should be allowed to continue.

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  5. jrapdx says:

    Iran and China are certainly adverse influences for peace, regionally and world-wide. With ongoing events in the ME, in particular noting the protests in Iraq and Lebanon against Iran’s malevolent “meddling” in the affairs of these countries, Iran is doubling down on its support of terrorism and utterly callous abuse of those nation’s citizens. Nuclear weapons in the hands of the mullahs is a guaranteed disaster for the Middle East and well beyond. There’s every reason to continue and increase the sanctions on Iran, the horribly evil regime can’t fall soon enough.

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  6. mikedeplorable60 says:

    Contrary to his critics’ claims, President Donald Trump is not flying blind in Syria. To the contrary. The al-Baghdadi operation exposed that Trump is implementing complex, multi-faceted and reality-based strategy, and doing it rather well.
    https://www.israelhayom.com/opinions/al-baghdadi-and-trumps-syrian-chess-board/?fbclid=IwAR171vMSnB53R_sj8F5S9QiKz91vgDVMIOjqV0Nt8YX-p4IiYp4M96EinKE

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    • rashomon says:

      Someday we might even find out that Bush/Cheney/Obama/Clinton/Kerry have been feeding us a bunch of lies about Assad in order to effect their Arab Spring disaster, do ya think? Geez.

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  7. JohnCasper says:

    You are really weird.

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  8. JohnCasper says:

    Do you ever have a thought of your own ?

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  9. Bear in mind that OBAMA’s GENERALS
    … his 2-3-4 stars that he advanced to TAKE CONTROL over his 8 years
    … were no doubt vetted in advance for their FEALTY to his causes
    … or AVARICE that he could use to COMPROMISE them.

    It could take a GENERATION to reverse the damage.

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    • He embedded COMMUNISTS at our Military Academies.

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    • The Third Man says:

      Adm. McRaven was fired from the University of Texas where he was promoting free admission and all expenses paid for all alien invaders.
      How does a genetic mutation such as McRaven become an Admiral and Gen. Flynn is fraudulently prosecuted ?
      Could it be because of a 1/2 white, 1/2 black Indonesian moslem ?
      McRaven and Scarborough are freaky twins, each with beady eyes too close together, chicken beak, no lips, and whiny voice.
      Which one is the banjo player and which one is the guitar player from
      DELIVERANCE ?

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    • sDee says:

      “It could take a GENERATION to reverse the damage.”

      Donald Trump has provided us that opportunity. Our work has just begun to teach our children and grandchildren the precarious nature of liberty and the grave dangers of trusting politicians and the press.

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  10. TwoLaine says:

    Someone suggested to me on Sunday that they would prefer a Mike Pompeo to a Mike Pence for President in 2024.

    I still have that trust but verify squeamish feeling about Pompeo. He sat by as head of the CIA while they claimed Russia-Russia-Russia took over the election of 2016 to put in DJT, and agreed with their “intelligence”. He also was involved in some shady business in Congress before being chosen to go to the CIA.

    As much as I like that Pompeo says all the right things, and seems to be loyal to the America First policies of our President, it sure is hard to know who the white and black hats are when they all protect each others bad deeds.

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    • lolli says:

      I don’t want Pence or Pompeo in 2024. I nominate Sydney Powell to be first female President. Powell/Nunez 🇺🇸

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      • TwoLaine says:

        I wasn’t advocating for Pence, just sharing a video of his speech in VA and stating that he has been though fire with our President and remained loyal and steadfast all the way. If anyone has earned a CHANCE for the nomination, he does.

        They came back with Pompeo for President.

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        • lolli says:

          TwoLaine,
          No worries. Even if you are advocating for Pence.
          Everyone has different views and I welcome all insight. It brings attention to things I may have overlooked or missed.
          I don’t trust Pence of Pompeo, but it doesn’t mean I am right. Lol.
          We are all here, wanting to MAGA.
          I ❤️ You Treepers.
          AmericaFirst 🇺🇸

          By the way, I had to switch to my phone to reply. I kept getting shut down on my iPad. Saying website having continuous issues on this article.
          Anyone else? Just making sure Sundance isn’t being attacked.
          (I am not asking for advice. Don’t mess up the thread)

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          • TwoLaine says:

            Same here on the different views. That is what America and this blog is all about. I would be interested in knowing what Pence has done to make people mistrust him though.

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      • Marc says:

        I’ll take a Hawley/Paul ticket with Ann Coulter as Sec. of Homeland Security.

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        • willthesuevi says:

          You had me until Ann.

          Ann is off in her own little world these days. Far too volatile and lacking patience.

          My opinion. YMMV.

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          • cattastrophe says:

            Ann doesn’t just lack patience in my opinion. She directly and for no logical reason attacked President Trump viciously about not building the wall, ignoring totally Congresses role in building the wall. She’s a lose cannon and can come down on any side that suits her whim of the day. I’ve always been very happy she was never part of any position in the White House and I sure hope she never is.

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          • Marc says:

            Shoehorn her into doing what she’s passionate about and nothing else. She’s a loudmouth but I guarantee you she’d clean house at HomSec and ICE of all the holdovers and open borders advocates.

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    • sDee says:

      “it sure is hard to know who the white and black hats are when they all protect each others bad deeds.”

      True indeed. The worst of them see themselves above God and above the Constitution. So many more seem to see right/wrong, good/evil, liberty/tyranny, as but a spectrum of gray they are comfortable in. What seems more and more clear each day however is that until Donald Trump, no one would risk standing up against the IC and its deep state without immediate and severe persecution.

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  11. I’ve always wondered about Pompeo since he was CIA chief…he must know what is/was going on. I like him and he appears to be doing what POTUS wants him to do, but still, I have to wonder….

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  12. GB Bari says:

    One would imagine that most of the handful of people who attained the position of See Eye Ay Director had already mastered the art of deception to both enemies AND allies (friends). Some are better at deception than others, and it’s hard to tell who’s better at it unless we know far more details about them than is usually available in the media.

    The President works with SoS Pompeo on many issues. My guess is that PDJT is aware of the risks in dealing with Pompeo and everyone in his cabinet and WH administration. The fact that McConnell has controlled the President’s appointments is the problem, IMO.

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  13. sturmudgeon says:

    Some good articles at Epoch Times today… couple of which relate to Sec. of State.

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  14. Terra says:

    Sundance?? Signs of handling? By whom do you mean? Because I have always wondered what his being CIA director first would have done to give Trump an early advantage over all of this, or not? My assumption has always been that Trump was and is 5 steps ahead of all of them, but its hard to believe he would have forseen the newest attack…thoughts?

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