Sunday Talks: Devin Nunes Uninterrupted…

In a refreshing change from Fox News Interruptus interviews, where the pundits talk more than the guests, HPSCI ranking member Devin Nunes appears for an interview with Mike Huckabee on Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) to discuss the impeachment dynamic.

Within the interview Mr. Nunes walks through the Chairman Schiff impeachment team and then expands with details of the prior witnesses brought to the committee.

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156 Responses to Sunday Talks: Devin Nunes Uninterrupted…

  1. lgstarr says:

    I’ve noticed before that Mike Huckabee doesn’t interrupt like the others do!

    Liked by 27 people

  2. FofBW says:

    Huckabee is the best. A gem for sure and very refreshing.

    Liked by 21 people

  3. jus wundrin says:

    Good job, Mike, let those who are front an center in the process tell the story. Perhaps you could have a talk with sean about that.

    Liked by 12 people

  4. Whitehouse Clown says:

    Refreshing and informative. Unlike Mr TicToc.

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  5. calbear84 says:

    God bless you Devin Nunes!

    Liked by 20 people

  6. Crewdog 52. says:

    Back in the day when Huck had his own show on FOX I thought he was better than either Hannity or O’Reilly.

    Liked by 14 people

  7. Mark L. says:

    Well I would like to say that new light has been shed on this subject but

    A patient Patriot

    Liked by 5 people

    • Ma McGriz says:

      Granted, it may not be new information to us, but we have to remember people are coming anew into this awareness every day, so it’s vital to have it communicated to them.
      It also helps us polish our chops to help tell others when the need arises. [ read: when you get bushwacked by a TDS or terminal snowflake in public…as is the case in these parts. lol ]
      Patriots are patient people.

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  8. Ockham's Phaser says:

    I wish Mr Nunes and other patriots would refrain from using the term ‘whistle-blower’. This plays right into the Left’s narrative construction. There was no criminal activity or impropriety exposed. This person is a gossip-peddler, a smear monger, a second hand car salesman. He/she deserves no protections and certainly no status as a hero or good samaritan doing their civic duty at great risk to themselves , as the term implies. Full stop. This should be stated up front before continuing the interview … always

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  9. Heika says:

    Brilliant work by Huck – to allow Nunes to lay it all out nice and clearly so people can make sense of the way it has panned out – a summary of the sequences is very important, given it could fill an encyclopaedia. A rare thing on idiot TV. They presume everyone has the attention of a gnat, but what has really happened is that they have created it (what they offer is gnat brain food) so they can shove more crap into everyones brains in a faster timeframe.

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    • Even the Weather Channel is hyperbole and global warming/”climate change” propaganda.

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    • twingirls (@twingirls49) says:

      Fox pundits book too many guests and then try to squeeze them all in. And it makes it even more difficult for viewers to comprehend. This is complicated. Thank God for Sundance who filters things for us.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Sherri Young says:

        Does not matter how many guests Fox books or not. Most of the hosts will talk over them and/or cut them off. That makes the shows uninformative and even not entertaining. They should have to watch unfamiliar hosts behave in the same manner. Maybe they would learn that the annoyance factor is strong.

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        • tlhoward says:

          “Most of the hosts will talk over them and/or cut them off”.

          Or, in the case of Laura Ingraham, laugh over them.
          I really believe her friend Raymond would do a better job of listening and interviewing.

          Liked by 4 people

          • Sherri Young says:

            Her laughter is in a category of its own.

            Glad to see Mark Levin moving to prime time. He deserves it.

            Liked by 5 people

          • Amy2 says:

            Did you notice when she had Dershowitz on the other evening, she laughed over him (not about what he was saying) then she said the subject was no laughing matter. Aye, yi, yi.

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          • Pale rider says:

            Yeah Laura, no way! Used to listen to her on radio and it’s gotten worse for some reason. Maybe nervous laughter? It goes with the ‘niceties’ and respect of the other person.

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    • Patrick Healy says:

      Heike and others,
      Yes I agree that Mr Nunes spells most of it out. I think all on here are familiar with this charade. Unfortunately he is preaching to the converted and this will get no traction among the fake news cult.
      Whilst most folk talk about the obvious corruption of the Biden cartel, I am disappointed that no one is discussing the BIG issue your president raised in that phone call.
      I am referring to the infamous Clinton/DNC server. Let’s hope that the present Ukranian secret service will come up with something as the U.S. spying departments will assuredly not.

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  10. Lenfb says:

    They need to start asking those testifying about every aspect of the funding for their lawyers.

    Liked by 7 people

  11. margarite1 says:

    What I wanted to know is why Dana Rohrabacher was on Capitol Hill recently – maybe it might have been about his meeting with Assange?

    Liked by 6 people

  12. ChampagneReady says:

    Hannity should take some lessons and learn this is how you conduct an interview.

    Liked by 7 people

  13. All Too Much says:

    Cult.
    Nunes just created a week worth outrage.
    Great. Maybe he said it, and that it was made up of MSM, to make himself, not President Trump. a target. Take some heat off.

    Liked by 5 people

  14. Reserved55 says:

    Jan Jekielec of Epoch Times is the only other interviewer I’m familiar with who lets his guests talk.

    Great interview.

    Liked by 11 people

  15. Rudolph says:

    I watch Huckabee through his YouTube channel. I enjoy the segments.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. JeffP. says:

    Just more idiot spew that means ZERO toward ANY Convictions let alone Indictments etc..Nunez just like EVERY Politician is COMPROMISED in some form. NONE can be TRUSTED ALL ARE LIARS! Sadly even Huckabee was or is compromised to some extent and they are just spreading the Demoncraps Propaganda.
    Start telling the TRUTH and calling these Criminals What they ARE not what the Dems and MSM call them.
    RINOS ARE AS BAD AS DEMS, just saying…
    I have faith in God and President Trump,NO ONE ELSE PERIOD.
    At this point I see NOT 1 Person being even Charged let alone Indicted, PROVE ME WRONG!!!!

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    • Ma McGriz says:

      The first five words of your virulently insipid post are enough to tell the reader to read no further.

      Your sophomoric disrespect for Devin Nunez alone should make you the target of open ridicule and complete rejection.

      Liked by 17 people

      • jeans2nd says:

        Ma, that was so articulate and on-point, one finds no need to further elucidate.
        Thank you Ma’am.

        Liked by 5 people

      • JeffP. says:

        As I said, Prove Me Wrong.
        Your childish trust in those whom have proven over and over again that they Lie to All is just sad. He and every other lying politician are absolutely open to comments just like mine and far worse.
        I was being very gracious with my comment considering the subjects we are chatting about.
        That you trust any Politician shows just how simple and naïve you are about what is happening in the USA. I would say the same of ANY politician YOU can name, ANY.
        Don’t bother saying Donald Trump either, He is NOT a politician, hence why he is so hated and Dangerous to the Schiff’s and Nunez’s of our government.
        I wish you the best Ma, I hope you gain some understanding of just how Evil all of these people are. Repubs have just as much dirt in their hands as Dems do, they just aren’t being Spotlighted right now because the Dems are causing all the commotion.

        No one is more hated than he who speaks the truth.
        Plato

        btw, the way you wrote your post makes it seem as if you might be a bit infatuated with Mr. Nunez, isn’t he married already???

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      • Deplorably Bonnie Blue says:

        Bingo! That’s as far as I got.

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        • Magabear says:

          Me too! 😃

          There’s too many good comments to read to bother with that. If what Nunez has done and been put through isn’t enough for some people, then I’m not sure what would be.

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    • conservalicious says:

      Wow, cynical much?

      Liked by 2 people

    • lumoc1 says:

      Before proving you wrong I would need your commitment not to use stupidity as your defense, bless your heart ! 🙂

      Liked by 8 people

    • Sherri Young says:

      The Left have target even his mother with their hateful spew. No need to pile on. He has served his country admirably during this terrible time.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Somebody's Gramma says:

      I hear your frustration and anger. I have days like that too. If all this crap has gotten your heart rate up, walk away from it all for awhile, get in the sunshine, do something you love doing. That’s what I have to do. I’m dead serious about being prepared for a Civil War, but if I live in my head all the time thinking about the worst possible outcomes, I’ll lose my mind. It is absolutely sickening what has happened to our great country. The other thing that helps is lots of prayer – where I visualize handing the big mess to a big God Who is able to reach down and set things right. Blessings on you friend.

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    • tdaly14 says:

      Read Lee Smiths book and learn something, and stop spewing total BS about Devin Nunes. If it wasn’t for him and the people he hired to work behind the scenes for 18 months without anyone really knowing about it, he wouldn’t have written the memo or sent eight criminal referrals to the DOJ for prosecution, that could lead to many being indicted. Devin is a Patriot!

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  17. mugdiller says:

    I blame the pre-scripted interviews and the producers talking in their ears as much as the hosts at Fox for all the interruptions (Hannity excluded of course – he’ll interrupt the priest at his own funeral).

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  18. DebbieSemms says:

    you could never learn this much in a Hannity interview.

    Liked by 3 people

  19. youme says:

    Reduction in force…..

    On Sunday, National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien said Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, who gave a bombshell testimony in the House impeachment investigation last month on President Donald Trump’s Ukraine scheme, will be removed from his post at the White House National Security Council.

    https://talkingpointsmemo.com/news/national-sec-adviser-top-impeachment-probe-witness-to-be-removed-from-wh-council

    Liked by 13 people

    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I want him charged with espionage and treason.

      Liked by 18 people

    • Rhoda R says:

      Good. He’s proven himself to be less that stellar. I hope they move his brother as well.

      Liked by 8 people

    • gitmo4crooks says:

      100 is way too much…..10 is sufficient for NSC

      Liked by 1 person

    • zurizara says:

      About time!!!

      Liked by 3 people

    • Ma McGriz says:

      ” we’re streamlining the National Security Council,” O’Brien replied. “It got bloated to like 236 people up from 100 in the Bush administration under President Obama.” ”

      uuhhhhh……. that’s a bloat and then some.

      ” “….Colonel Vindman is detailed from the Department of Defense,” O’Brien said. “So everyone who’s detailed at the NSC, people are going to start going back to their own departments…. ”

      Good. Put him where it will be easy to find and deal with him when the time comes for his arrest.

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    • Sherri Young says:

      Awesome!!!

      PDJT said that he had cut off the head of the snake. When asked further, he said, “Watch.”

      PDJT fired John Bolton. O’Brien is the replacement. O’Brien is slimming things down.

      The Swamp is largely composed with career .gov employees — whether congressional staffers, lawyers, employees in various agencies, FBI professional level, whatever. As PDJT found out when he decided to clean out the bad – even negative – performers within the VA it is darned near impossible to get rid of bad federal government employees. A bloated White House staff means lots and lots of Obama loyalists who are Never-Trumpers. Sending all of the detailees back to where they came from and bringing new Trump-aligned people is magnificent. Good work, Mr. O’Brien!

      #MAGA

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    • Issy says:

      A rather good move, NSA O’Brien looks like a grownup not to be trifled with, but I know nothing about him. I never trusted McMaster and I knew it was just a matter of time before Trump and John Bolton clashed on policy.

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  20. Jimmy Jack says:

    Huckabee is a good man. And his daughter Sarah is a hero.

    Liked by 18 people

  21. Dances with Wolverines says:

    Fantastic!

    Liked by 4 people

  22. Jim Smith says:

    Great interview, but I’m still hangin’ on the Dana Rohrabacher angle.
    Does anyone have any insight as to where that was going last night?

    Liked by 2 people

    • vikingmom says:

      No answer, but, like you, I feel like there are several very interesting puzzle pieces hanging out there with no obvious place to go…yet! Really hoping that we get some clarity soon!

      Liked by 5 people

    • Ma McGriz says:

      I don’t know either, but I suspect more than a few of the swamp people are sweating at the very thought of where that question could lead.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Proud American from Texas says:

      Lots of folks are mad at Judge Jeanine and pointing out that she cut Nunes off for some nefarious reason. I can take her or leave her, but I honestly don’t think she could pick Rohrabacher out of a line up.
      For sure, she wasn’t aware of the curious nature of him being spotted on the Hill and how his visit with Assange might shed light on some things.
      OTOH, I find it unusual that PDJT didn’t speak with Rohrabacher personally.
      I also wasn’t aware Rohrabacher had met with any committees, until the last couple of days. I’ve not seen that mentioned on this site, that I can recall.

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    • Magabear says:

      That drove me mad last night. Nunez was just getting to the meat of the story and Jeanine cut him off.

      Liked by 1 person

      • donna kovacevic says:

        I swore at Janine when she did that to Nunez how disrespectful. I noticed Nunez felt a little uncomfortable when she did that. I don’t know if it is just me, but have noticed Janine has a bit of a hard time getting her thoughts and words together she stumbles a bit imho, perhaps she did not want to lose her train of thought, regardless that was rude and uncalled for. Another thing is maybe her show being number 1 she claims, week after week is getting to her head a wee bit too much. I do watch her, but at times i feel like saying, spit it out already, as PDJT said to someone that tried to interview him, God Bless Nunez.

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  23. covfefe999 says:

    I wish all news programs were like this. If you’re going to bother to have a guest on, let them speak. If I’m watching I’m watching because I want to hear the guest speak. I didn’t know Huckabee has a show on TBN. I think I can get it over the air. I’m going to start watching.

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Covefefe999:

      It’s a good show. Entertaining, sort of old school.
      Which is precisely what’s been needed for about 40
      years. Start encouraging others to watch it. Would
      be great if Huckabee becomes the next Chic-Fil-A.

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  24. Ma McGriz says:

    God bless Devun Nunez.

    He has a true warrior spirit, and he’s fighting the good fight against the foulest of enemies.

    I wish him and his staff all the stamina and inspiration they need in order to carry on to victory.

    So prayers up and can Devin get an amen, Treeps?

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  25. CM-TX says:

    Nunes is a trooper.

    With that said… Exposing the TRUTH is NOT enough. We want to see actual CONSEQUENCES for these criminals! LONG Prison sentences would be a good start.

    Countless Criminal Code violations are repeatedly being IGNORED. Enforcement must happen.

    And shame on the Republican Party for legitimizing this impeachment CIRCUS in any way. The playing along with a half-hearted defensive effort, vs. immediately shutting it the [bleep] down by exposing them for the frauds they are– NOT a good look.

    Congress has sadly become “All theater, all the time”. There are very few patriots within.

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  26. John Doe says:

    Okeydokey, Devin. I just bought the book. Hoping to learn something I haven’t already learned here.
    So refreshing to watch an interview where the interviewee is given time to actually answer the questions.

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  27. Huck always has a great show. Great interviewer too as he asks the right questions/followups and allows the guest to answer uninterrupted.

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  28. ristvan says:

    Nunes knows the whole picture. He has made criminal conspiracy referrals to Barr both on FISA abuse and EC predicate. Durham is using those as part of his criminal investigation roadmap. I suspect the reported recent broadening is because in Italy they discovered more on the EC predicate crimes with Mifsud’s involvement via MI6 and his two UK SIM card cellphones.

    That is why he seems fairly relaxed about Schiff’s shampeachment. Nunes knows both that Schiff hasn’t got anything, and that Durham does.

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    • Issy says:

      I do hope you are right, but we have been led down this path numerous times. I like Nunes and believe he is trying to expose this coup, but I don’t have much faith left for those who can actually bring them to justice. How on earth did we get to this sham impeachment with what has already been revealed about what these people did?

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  29. LordofLight says:

    Wow: This is the kind of interview I remember before the Sound Bite media took over everything.
    A nice informative discussion without the breathless host hyping every word. Refreshing.

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  30. Landslide says:

    I’m not on Twitter, but I’d think a quick thank-you to Mr. Huckabee would be appreciated. He’s an awesome individual.👍🏻🇺🇸👍🏻🇺🇸

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  31. I ordered Lee Smith’s book from Amazon and it could take anywhere from two weeks to a month for me to get it! That’s highly unusual; I usually get really good service from Amazon. So, I am thinking they have sold out the first printing of the book? Hope that is it and that it is a huge success.

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    • Proud American from Texas says:

      Took a week to get mine, so hang in there.
      It is riveting!

      Liked by 4 people

    • ristvan says:

      Try the electronic Kindle version. You don’t need a Kindle. There is a Kindle reader app for IPads and for almost all computer operating systems.

      I switched to all ebooks two years before publishing my first, because literally ran out of real book space at both homes (I read a lot). Plus ebooks are usually cheaper. My publisher for my first ebook quoted over $80 per for a print on demand paperback because of all the color graphics and charts. The ebook was priced at $9.99 on iBooks, Amazon Kindle , B&N Nook, plus the Canadian NoBo platform, with me getting a 60% royalty.

      Advantages include:
      —enlarging typeface for older eyes
      —unlimited ‘post it note’ comment tabs. (
      —unlimited xrefs and highlights inserted into hypertext by you.
      —easy toggling between text footnote numbers and actual footnote references. You can see that utility by checking, for example, the footnotes to any essay in my ebook Blowing Smoke.

      Invaluable for the hundreds (literally) of technical books on climate and energy now stored on my iPad for quick reference—along with an annotated version of the Constitution.

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      • Patrick Healy says:

        Mr Ristvan
        Love your realistic weather (climate) contributions.
        Is it possible for you direct me a web site which would teach me how to self publish?
        I have some stuff I would like to leave for family and friends.
        Thank you.

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      • amazed treetop downlooker says:

        Outstandingly helpful, ristvan …as ALWAYS, PATRIOT !
        Gonna look into that avenue toute suite 😉🙂

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    • Issy says:

      My local Barnes & Noble said they sold out the first day and had reordered double.

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  32. Questa Nota says:

    Devin Nunes the dairyman could help you understand more about Devin Nunes the Congressman. Dairies are 24/7 operations and require perseverance and stamina along with planning to get those cows bred, born, fed and milked, and barns cleaned. The cows produce tons of effluent and that builds up to toxic levels if not addressed consistently.

    Nunes exhibits patience and strength knowing that his approach will clean out the muck and result in a stronger, more productive herd.

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    • Ma McGriz says:

      Great post.

      Liked by 4 people

    • TwoLaine says:

      In the mid to late 1990s, I once visited a gent in AZ, in the the Phoenix area, who had a massive farming and dairy operation. He was a major landowner and had pioneered so many new developments and practices that he was given an honorary diploma at one of the local colleges. He had given much and to parks and schools.

      We went out in his tractor where he was already using GPS in his fields. As I recall, he was using his effluent for energy. Everything in his operation was 1st class and running like a top.

      Very sweet man and his wife. They lived in a small, older home, beautiful old Moroccan style, in the middle of a small oasis of land. We had a meal at their home of fresh everything, meat and veggies. Wonderful. It was like going to my maternal grandmothers home.

      He had a relationship of sorts with the individual I went with. This now very wealthy man had saved this individual’s father on the battlefield by dragging him to safety and medical attention. He was practically dead and had life changing injuries, but eventually he made it home. He lost use of one arm and had a gimp leg, but with special changes to a vehicle he was able to drive. He had about 8 kids or so, and I was with one of them.

      We were there to pay our respect and says thanks to this warrior and we got so much more in return. I will always cherish that day and their wonderful company.

      YES, it is very hard work and it requires a lot of discipline and very long hours. All farming does. Animals add a different dimension. They are like having an extended family. There are births and deaths and sicknesses. Every day is a new day with new challenges. 🙂

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    • ristvan says:

      Boy, you describe my beloved Wisconsin dairy farm perfectly. A few extra personal details. There is always also some fence to mend that the herd finds before you do, always some piece of farm machinery to repair in the big mechanics tool shed (mine was heated by an old pot belly stove in winter, with a 240V arc welder under the heavy work bench), and almost always some cow calving and some field that needs minding (edging, tilling, spraying, manuring, harvesting). Dairy farmers are 24/7 jacks of all trades.
      God bless Nunes.

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    • walt39 says:

      I’ve known a few farmers. I’ve never met a stupid one, though. Or a lazy one.

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      My son-in law owns a dairy farm, hard work long hours. God Bless Tim.

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  33. Dan Fruth says:

    A very cogent explanation of this deep state coup, which has been rather difficult to follow when other news agencies have interviewed Mr. Nunes.

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  34. Lactantius says:

    “Fox News Interruptus ” is only half of the problem. The Fox fascist computer dishes out little bits of time for Q & A and then drops the “hard break guillotine.” The Questioners are Pavlov trained to get more face and babble time than the interviewee. Mawtha, Sean and Laura loves them some superiority perch-preening. If someone like Nunes starts into what seems to be something the controlling host hasn’t been prepped on, then all hands on deck to cut and keep the star looking smart, smarter and smartest. Wouldn’t we all just love to have the crap pouring into their ear buds be rolled across the screen like closed captions? Furthermore, these “live” interviews have the Fox lawyers in full wedgie mode. They are scared apoplectic of actual breaking, but unvetted news.

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  35. California Joe says:

    Devin Nunez whining about unfairness to Maria makes is look helpless and gets us nowhere! Nunez should be camped out in Mitch McConnell’s office until Mitch holds a press conference and tells the whole world that Schiff’s Impeachment Circus is DOA the moment it leaves the House of Representatives. That’s how you fight this dumpster fire not Mitch mumbling on some cable news show about Senate procedures! Are all Republicans idiots or is it my imagination?

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  36. iwasthere says:

    Questions for Nunes:
    Q.1 As we know there was a CI title I warrant issued on Carter Page – meaning he’s a potential spy using spy craft on behalf of a foreign power. Can you tell us about what that means – room audio? – and the 2 degree separation rule allowing active measures spying on on those within 2 degees of Page? That could be 100’s of people. No?

    Q.2 It’s been reported that Stone and Manafort had FISA counter-intel warrants issued against them as well. Is that classified? When or how could that be declassified?

    Q.3 The State and Federal government gets sued for civil rights violations all the time. If the FISA warrants was found to have been fraudulently obtained, isn’t that unlawfully acting under the color of law to spy on Trump campaign and then of course drag them all through the Mueller investigation wherein every process crime that could be alleged was brought as charges and forced confessions? Is there a civil or class remedy for all these people whom civil rights were violated?

    Q.4 Do you think its’ true the IG report on FISA abuse is being held up until the patriot act re-authorization? Isn’t this the exact scenario that Rand Paul complains about – that having a surveillance system like this in operation – just lends itself to political abuse? Didn’t the worse case just happen against the Trump campaign and the President?

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    • iwasthere says:

      Q.5 Do you think it would be wise to amend the patriot act to allow some sort of in camera review of active spy operations granted by the FISA court? In other words, some way to give recourse to the Trump campaign people to discover when, where and what spying was collected on them or at all? Some sort of statutory civil remedy?

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  37. deplorable says:

    FYI Devin, it’s pronounced COUP.

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  38. Spatch says:

    Unbelievable, I went to both Google and YouTube searching for this same video and all that I get is anti Nunez news and videos.. We are dealing with some serious push back from what’s going to became some ugly history in the very near future. This corruption with the media goes just as deep as the coup attempt we are now witnessing.

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  39. TwoLaine says:

    I just noticed that after Fake News CNN gives Tom Steyer an hour tonight for a town hall, they have two hours of “The Impeachment Inquiry: White House in Crisis” by Don Le Mon. 🙂

    The sales job has begun.

    I wonder if all the DIM Pres Candidates have been given their talking points from President Swallwell yet.

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  40. CNN_sucks says:

    We got to charge these corrupt fbi with criminality and send them to prison. Or else this country will be gone.

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  41. Jim Smith says:

    I think I may know where the Dana Rohrabacher “Deposition” thing was heading.

    Dana was previously subpoenaed in the Russia probe.
    As much as I was hoping his recent appearance in in D.C. was related to Wikileaks/Assange, and possibly Seth Rich angle (… and that could still be possible ), I believe that Nunes was using the previous testimony by Dana as precedent for calling Shiff.
    I suspect that’s why Judge Jeanine was cutting him off and saying she did not care about the past.

    If it had not been for the recent DC sighting, I would not have really given it much thought.
    It was still annoying of the Judge to cut him short.

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  42. TwoLaine says:

    Devin always reminds me of the Mikey family.

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  43. Nunes comes across here as just another politician, which is to say he leaves out a lot, or soft-pedals some (like when it became a cult; it was ALWAYS a cult, the cult led by President Obama), and strangely overstates some things he seems determined to put in (like saying you HAVE to investigate Hunter Biden to uncover how the “Ukrainians” tried to influence the 2016 election — WHAT?!?…”A lot of Ukrainians were digging up dirt, well supposedly, we don’t even know…” And not a mention of Fusion-GPS and Nellie Ohr.). I got the impression that “our side” in Washington has come together and is intent on shaping the “narrative”, not on revealing the full truth as we know it. Most telling, he won’t call any of it a crime until Durham and Horowitz report, to tell us (him). “Durham will look at all of this; he will see if any crimes will be broken…Durham is going to get to the bottom of it.” Oy vay.

    If I had to guess, I would say Nunes is hewing to Lee’s book, and that is the “narrative” I’m hearing in this interview. If that sounds naive of me, or slow-witted, it’s because nobody has laid out Lee’s book for me yet; or maybe Nunes just did.

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  44. Pale rider says:

    Thinking out loud!
    Let’s imagine that actual arrests were going on instead of talking about this coup. Would news get more traffic or less? What would happen to our nation, and government?
    People like Clinton, Brennan, Comey, Obama, Schiff, Biden, ect.
    I mean curing cancer doesn’t really help the drug companies, just saying.
    It almost seems a delicate dance of ‘just enough’ to keep us all engaged but not quite what needs to be done to move to a free working Government that actually serves us.

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  45. Mikey likes it! says:

    Did You know that my Mom was a prison guard?

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  46. Rynn69 says:

    There going to need a bigger DSM-III, Trump Derangement Syndrome and now Fox News Interruptus.

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