Ranking Member Devin Nunes Opening Statement – Impeachment Hearings Day One…

Here’s the opening statement from HPSCI Ranking Member Devin Nunes:

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129 Responses to Ranking Member Devin Nunes Opening Statement – Impeachment Hearings Day One…

  1. Alison Wilson says:

    Just listened to it! Really good and touched on so many points that American people would not ordinarily know!
    Sad that many will only rely on MSM to give them highlights.

    Liked by 27 people

  2. Mark Johnson says:

    I will watch outtakes from the likes of Nunes only, but here is how I feel about the Schiffshow in general:

    I will pay this show trial no heed.

    I do not live in a closet, I know that this is happening, but again, I will not click on it in order to entertain this falacy. I’m not holding my hands over my ears and singing “la, la, la” so I can’t hear it.
    I can hear it. That is the problem. Not for me, but for them.

    People are going to do what they are going to do, cruel are going to cruel, crazy are going to crazy, gay are going to gay. I can’t change them, but I can recognize it for what it is and for who they are. They’ve been practicing for decades with a series of lifestyle choices to land at the positions they are in today.

    It is serious, yes, but I will not honor it by giving it any more credence than I must and that is to recognize it as evil and that those who are leading this and those in the crowd who are promoting this with glee (“Give us Barabbas”) must be categorized with the status that they now hold.

    They are the enemy. I must be vigilant, we all must be vigilant and be ready to fight or defend ourselves, our cause, at a moment’s notice.

    Eagle eye sharp, wary, ready

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    • YeahYouRight says:

      All, make sure your televisions/cable boxes are tuned to cooking shows or shopping channels. Anything but this farce. Do not allow the parasites to believe it’s being watched or profitable.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Jlwary says:

      I wholeheartedly agree.


    • I won’t dignify the criminals by watching. I got this off of redstate.com:

      Rep. Devin Nunes
      Opening Statement for Kent and Taylor Hearing on Impeachment
      November 13, 2019

      In a July open hearing of this committee following publication of the Mueller report, the Democrats engaged in a last-ditch effort to convince the American people that President Trump is a Russian agent. That hearing was the pitiful finale of a three-year-long operation by the Democrats, the corrupt media, and partisan bureaucrats to overturn the results of the 2016 presidential election.

      After the spectacular implosion of their Russia hoax on July 24, in which they spent years denouncing any Republican who ever shook hands with a Russian, on July 25 they turned on a dime and now claim the real malfeasance is Republicans’ dealings with Ukraine.

      In the blink of an eye, we’re asked to simply:
      –forget about Democrats on this committee falsely claiming they had “more than circumstantial evidence” of collusion between President Trump and the Russians;
      –forget about them reading fabrications of Trump-Russia collusion from the Steele dossier into the congressional record;
      –forget about them trying to obtain nude pictures of Trump from Russian pranksters who pretended to be Ukrainian officials;
      –forget about them leaking a false story to CNN, while he was testifying to our committee, claiming Donald Trump Jr. had colluded with Wikileaks;
      –and forget about countless other deceptions, large and small, that make them the last people on earth with the credibility to hurl more preposterous accusations at their political opponents.

      And yet now we’re supposed to take these people at face value when they trot out a new batch of allegations. But anyone familiar with the Democrats’ scorched-earth war against President Trump would not be surprised to see all the typical signs that this is just a carefully orchestrated media smear campaign. For example:

      After vowing publicly that impeachment requires bipartisan support, Democrats are pushing impeachment forward without the backing of a single House Republican.
      The witnesses deemed suitable for television by the Democrats were put through a closed-door audition process in a cult-like atmosphere in the basement of the Capitol, where the Democrats conducted secret depositions, released a flood of misleading and one-sided leaks, and later selectively released transcripts in a highly staged manner.
      Violating their own guidelines, the Democrats repeatedly redacted from the transcripts the name of Alexandra Chalupa, a contractor for the Democratic National Committee who worked with Ukrainian officials to collect dirt on the Trump campaign, which she provided to the DNC and the Hillary Clinton campaign.

      The Democrats rejected most of the Republicans’ witness requests, resulting in a horrifically one-sided process where crucial witnesses are denied a platform if their testimony doesn’t support the Democrats’ absurd accusations. Notably, they are trying to impeach the President for inquiring about Hunter Biden’s activities, yet they refused our request to hear from Biden himself.

      The whistleblower was acknowledged to have a bias against President Trump, and his attorney touted a “coup” against the President and called for his impeachment just weeks after his election.

      At a prior hearing, Democrats on this committee read out a purely fictitious rendition of the President’s phone call with President Zelensky. They clearly found the real conversation to be insufficient for their impeachment narrative, so they just made up a new one.

      And most egregiously, the staff of Democrats on this committee had direct discussions with the whistleblower before his or her complaint was submitted to the Inspector General, and Republicans cannot get a full account of these contacts because the Democrats broke their promise to have the whistleblower testify to this committee. Democrat members hid these contacts from Republicans and lied about them to the American people on national television.

      I’ve noted before that the Democrats have a long habit of accusing Republicans of offences they themselves are committing. Recall that:

      For years they accused the Trump campaign of colluding with Russia when they themselves were colluding with Russia by funding and spreading the Steele dossier, which relied on Russian sources.

      And now they accuse President Trump of malfeasance in Ukraine when they themselves are culpable. The Democrats cooperated in Ukrainian election meddling, and they defend Hunter Biden’s securing of a lavishly paid position with a corrupt Ukrainian company, all while his father served as vice president.

      Despite this hypocrisy, the Democrats are advancing their impeachment sham. But we should not hold any hearings at all until we get answers to three crucial questions the Democrats are determined to avoid asking:

      –First, what is the full extent of the Democrats’ prior coordination with the Whistleblower and who else did the Whistleblower coordinate this effort with?

      –Second, what is the full extent of Ukraine’s election meddling against the Trump campaign?

      –And third, why did Burisma hire Hunter Biden, what did he do for them, and did his position affect any U.S. government actions under the Obama administration?

      These questions will remain outstanding because Republicans were denied the right to call witnesses who know the answers.

      What we will witness today is a televised theatrical performance staged by the Democrats. Ambassador Taylor and Mr. Kent—I’d like to welcome you here, and congratulate you for passing the Democrats’ Star Chamber auditions held for the last six weeks in the basement of the Capitol. It seems you agreed, wittingly or unwittingly, to participate in a drama. But the main performance—the Russia hoax—has ended, and you’ve been cast in the low-rent Ukrainian sequel.

      I’ll conclude by noting the immense damage the politicized bureaucracy has done to Americans’ faith in government. Though executive branch employees are charged with implementing the policy set by our President, who is elected by and responsible to the American people, elements of the civil service have decided that they, not the President, are really in charge.

      Thus, as we’ll learn in these hearings:

      After expressing skepticism of foreign aid and concern about foreign corruption on the campaign trail, President Trump outraged the bureaucracy by acting skeptically about foreign aid and expressing concerns about foreign corruption.

      Officials’ alarm at the President’s actions was typically based on second-hand, third-hand, and even fourth-hand rumors and innuendo.

      They believed it was an outrage for President Trump to fire an ambassador, even though the President has full authority to retain or remove diplomats for any reason at any time.

      Officials showed a surprising lack of interest in the indications of Ukrainian election meddling that deeply concerned the President at whose pleasure they serve.

      Despite all their dissatisfaction with President Trump’s Ukraine policy, the President approved the supply of weapons to Ukraine, unlike the previous administration, which provided blankets as defense against invading Russians.

      By undermining the President who they are supposed to be serving, elements of the FBI, the Department of Justice, and now the State Department, have lost the confidence of millions of Americans who believe that their vote should count for something. It will take years, if not decades, to restore faith in these institutions.

      This spectacle is doing great damage to our country. It’s nothing more than an impeachment process in search of a crime.


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      • DelAware says:

        The bigger question is:

        Why is it OK for these people, being richly paid and benefit-laden with our tax dollars, to use Congressional processes, and our attached wages, to conduct a TV drama to get MSM coverage for their campaigns and the Democrat party???

        How many tens of millions of our hard-earned dollars have they spent to produce this crappy television series/newspaper serial that is nothing but an unending series of campaign advertisements for 2018 and 2020 to their base?

        How are we going to get a refund?

        How is it that WE are required to pay for THEIR system-hijacking media campaign–when half of us originally and an increasing number want no damn part of what they are peddling?

        These people are SICK.

        Liked by 4 people

      • tellthetruth2016 says:

        DAMN Harry, maybe instead of posting an entire page, just the link would be good ….

        Liked by 3 people

      • glissmeister says:

        “It appears that Burisma is just the tip of the scandal, the tip of the iceberg. If Trump will carry on, and use what was already initiated and investigated, the whole headquarters of the Democratic party will come down. They will not be able to hold elections. I have no right to name names, but believe me, leading functionaries of the Democratic party are involved.”

        The article/interview is contains significant informed detail and inside understanding of history and scope of the wrongdoing in Ukraine surrounding $3B USAID money disbursed apparently without otherwise normal and required documentation; $3B that was apparently stolen and distributed between the Ukrainian and Obama Administration functionaries involved.

        Read for yourself: http://www.unz.com/ishamir/the-plundering-of-ukraine/

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    • Rebcalntx says:

      Mark, great summary of what most people who are sane, rational thinking. I turned off my tv & cancelled my cable 3 years ago. It hasn’t been to long but even then I could see the bizarre behavior of the media. I kept thinking of Psalm 1 paraphrasing “ not to sit in the counsel of the wicked”. I thought this is what I am doing if I entertain it in my home. I am sober & clear eyed in what i witness the little bit I hear & see just reading through this blog & a couple others. Let’s just say all of the gleeful hateful people. Sad to see they get pleasure in this. They don’t have the last say.


    • fangdog says:

      The stock market seems to be paying little attention to the impeachment charade at this point and making new highs. There will be inevitable corrections because the market always gets over-bought and over-sold. The Dems and fake-news will take a perfectly normal market action and make it to be a doom-gloom recession or even depression.


  3. Zippy says:

    “Grow a set and shut this garbage down…”

    Liked by 4 people

  4. fanbeav says:

    Nunes was awesome. I don’t know how democrats listening to this can not understand how all of this impeachment nonsense has been constructed by their party. Russia collusion, Kavanaugh, Mueller, Stormy and creepy porn lawyer, Michael Cohen, and so on. All of these hearings have done NOTHING to show an impeachment offense.

    Rush just said that ratings for this are tanking because most people turned it off after Nunes spoke!

    Liked by 13 people

    • sturmudgeon says:

      “Rush just said that ratings for this are tanking because most people turned it off after Nunes spoke!”

      GREAT! The rest of this ‘coup’ attempt is stuff we have already heard multiple times, anyway.

      Liked by 5 people

  5. Skidroe says:

    Arrest John Brennan NOW! He is a communist Traitor to the USA. HE NEEDS TO HANG.

    Liked by 15 people

  6. Free Speech says:

    Dang, he nailed it.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. I’m watching The Pioneer Woman on Food Network!🍩🍩🍩

    Liked by 3 people

  8. MaineCoon says:

    Phenomenal speech. Succinct and on point. Rep. Nunes is presidential material, but can’t even fathom that he’d ever want to run knowing what he knows.

    All that tweet really should tweet this video.

    Liked by 10 people

  9. Perot Conservative says:

    Two days to indict leaking McCabe

    DOJ Excuse: “We didn’t feel this represented the best charges to bring forward first, given the circumstances … sub-optimal situation …”


  10. agentcommonsense says:

    I am listening from another room and I swear I feel like I am listening to the Mueller testimony again.. All that is needed is ” Not in my prevue”


  11. Kerry Gimbel says:

    Nunes layer out all the lies and hypocrisy. Great job!


  12. Kerry Gimbel says:

    Schiff was once a prosecutor? Must be a lot of people who got a free pass from jail then.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. teabag14 says:

    I must be missing something again. These are not impeachment hearings. There has been no vote to impeach. These are still just the phony inquiries. Why is everyone calling this shiff show an impeachment hearing?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Right to reply says:

      Because they hate Trump

      Liked by 1 person

    • Because all the venues that carry news to the sheeple are using terminology that is false, wrong headed and inaccurate..and the sheeple just bleet and follow.

      Liked by 2 people

    • TexanInFL says:

      The same reason they kept calling the letters sent to everyone “subpoenas”. This whole mess doesn’t fit within any legal guidelines but because the media keeps repeating it we have this circle jerk.

      Liked by 4 people

      • teabag14 says:

        I understand. I am just disappointed that even the Fox Network & those in D.C. who are speaking on behalf of the truth as WE know it will not use accurate terminology. Especially on their written banners. Misleading/dead wrong written headlines do more damage than anything, I think. But perhaps there is a silver lining. When this whole debacle blows up in the Dim faces it will appear to be more serious than it actually is at this point. 🤷‍♀️

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  14. Right to reply says:

    I think Nunes will become POTUS in 2024

    Liked by 1 person

    • With Don Jr possibly as VP or Chief of Staff or head of DOJ?

      There have been some great articles recently about how some are slowly coming to realize that the Republican party post Trump is going to have a lot more bulldog and Doberman and less pug or labradoodle (I don’t care how cute they are, you’re not gonna make an attack dog out of ’em, they’ll roll over for a great bone and belly rub) .

      I REALLY wonder how much IVanka and Jared have probably come off the fence that they hung on to so assiduously. A couple of her comments in the last month make me think that she may have shed her Manhattan relativism/hypocrisy quite a bit. Nothing like having your father, brothers and your own children suggested for horrific assassination to awaken an elite into reality.

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      • Oh and I hereby declare Mark Levin’s interview with Don Jr last Sunday on Life, Liberty and Levin as a must see. He talks about how “Triggered” came to be and along with Sidney Powell’s interview about HER book (which Mark interviewed her for BEFORE she came out of retirement from practicing to defend Flynn) these could both be priceless in turning a few snowflakes.


        • swissik says:

          I am not keen on Don Jr. He exhibits some of the Hannity mannerisms, such as repetitive nerve wracking talk, talk. No new ideas, just what we all heard before. My dream is that Nunes become President Trump’s VP next year. Nothing against Pence but Nunes has a bite that lacks in Pence. Nunes is a fighter without the aggression that sometimes comes with that. Smart as a tack, solid and a true worker.

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    • NC Patriot says:

      Yep——not a bad introduction—for a much loved “dairy farmer” ! 🙂


  15. Kerry Gimbel says:

    It’s like Nunes said in his last sentence. This an impeachment hearing in search of a crime.

    Liked by 3 people

  16. Linus in W.PA. says:

    I love Nunes, and when I watched his opening remarks, I felt that maybe he could have done better.

    But in hind sight, his very reserved demeanor may have been by design to not upstage the actual ‘witness’ questioning.

    I stopped watching after Nunes, so hopefully this turned out to be a dumpster fire.


  17. Linda K. says:

    Bravo Devin! Shame on you Taylor and Kent and all you arrogant State Department flunkies.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Tara Nelson says:

    I am in command of the lobby television where I work and turned it to a nice cooking show…when asked if I could turn it to CBS, I said the antenna is not picking up anything else today. The antenna won’t be working all week as a matter of fact. LOL
    Trump 2020~

    Liked by 11 people

  19. Kerry Gimbel says:

    And the lawfare lawyers who defend them

    Liked by 2 people

  20. 4EDouglas says:

    Nothing new so far. Shiff’s showe isn’t going any where.
    BTW- RBG did not show at the SC today hasn’t been there for a while I hear.
    The real reason the dems are in a hurry..

    Liked by 2 people

    • chojun says:

      Try this again…

      Liked by 1 person

      • WhiteBoard says:

        got caught LEAKING – because the transcript went to a SECRET SERVER so he couldnt verfify his LISTENING to 8 times BIDEN mentioned in it….. SO HE PULLED THE FIRE ALARM.

        Vindman tried to access the server to verify if Biden was in 8 times – he GOT CAUGHT going analog.

        in his transcript pg 50 – vindman says – As opposed to going into the standard communications system, it went into a different type, a different, more secure system… while i did have an account, it was not functioning properly, so i had to go analog and take a look at – get a hard copy of it – make some — annotate some changes to it, ….

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    • BitterC says:

      Another good reply


  21. 2Alpha says:

    Let’s see…
    1) Obama put Biden in charge of ‘handling’ Ukraine.
    2) VP Biden got his son hooked up with Burisma, a corrupt natural gas holding company(Big Money!).
    3) VP Biden told Ukraine officials that if they didn’t stop their investigation into the corrupt Burisma outfit the money flow from the U.S. would stop.
    4) VP Biden publicly bragged about getting the investigation stopped.
    5) Don Trump defeats H Clinton in 2016 and promises to investigate ALL corruption.
    6) Democrats are not happy.
    7) Democrats begin their ‘witch hunt’ to implicate President Trump in an imagined ‘Russian conspiracy’ and undo the results of the 2016 election.(Mueller)
    8) Nothing is found to implicate President Trump. No collusion. No obstruction.
    9) Democrats are not happy.
    10) President Trump asks Guilanni and others to investigate corruption in Ukraine.
    11) President Trump has several conversations with Ukraine’s new President.
    12) Democrats are not happy.
    13) President Trump congratulates the Ukraine President and says that he is not happy with the corruption in Ukraine and he has major concerns about their future. POTUS asks the Ukraine President to look into CROWDSTRIKE and the relationship between the corrupt Burisma company and VP Biden’s son, Hunter.
    14) Democrats are not happy.
    15) Treasonous Democrats begin another ‘witch hunt’ to try and implicate President Trump in an imagined ‘bribery’ scheme called ‘quid-pro-quo’.
    16) Democrats mean to impeach President Trump. Democrats are not happy.

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    • Fubu says:

      Yeah, the latest. No Mo Quid Pro Quo. Now it’s bribery and extortion. Oh wait, now it’s attempted bribery and extortion. Bet we move to conspiracy to commit attempted bribery and extortion. Enough already.

      Liked by 2 people

      • “Bribery and Extortion …”

        Well, I don’t see any clear evidence of Trump doing any such thing, but can we please re-play the videotape of “Biden’s Boast?”

        Yessirree… the Vice-President of the United States openly confesses to high crimes, while directly implicating the President, and … “it’s no big deal, then or now?”

        Good luck with that …

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        • BitterC says:

          I always took it the “bribery” in the Constitutional requirements for impeachment meant accepting a bribe, not offering one. Founding Fathers seemed to be worried about European royalty interlopers.

          Hence the natural born clause that was ignored for Obama. I believe they were requiring citizen paternity, fwiw


    • Mr e-man says:

      7. Democrats begin their ‘witch hunt’ to implicate President Trump in an imagined ‘Russian conspiracy’ and undo the results of the 2016 election.(Mueller)

      Not imagined. Manufactured.

      The thing you left out was the media corruption and the 65 million people that either fell for these schemes or were complicit in them. They support the media falsehoods and vote in the corrupt Democrats. Without them, the advertisers would dry up and Dem candidates would not be in office doing these criminal acts.

      Liked by 2 people

    • nimrodman says:

      17) New Ukraine President Zelensky is no fool … he’s backing the strong horse

      Liked by 1 person

  22. MicD says:

    Thank you Devin.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Favorite line in Congressman Nunes’ opening remarks, ” But we should not hold any hearings at all until we get answers to three crucial questions the Democrats are determined to avoid asking…”

    Those questions have not yet been asked & answered so the hearings should be terminated posthaste. After Friday’s circus act by the Yovanovich the Red, the FIRED former ambassador to Ukraine, the disgruntled ex-employee, the Obama Administration holdover spy… after her supposed testimony, opinion & gossip session the GOP congress members should take an extended vacation to be with their families for Thanksgiving.

    Liked by 2 people

    • nimrodman says:

      Some talking-head panelist on Fox News explained
      “This is a Gossip Girl impeachment – it’s a bunch of office malcontents bitching about how The Boss is running things”


  24. Les Standard says:


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  25. platoriusnepos says:

    Jim Jordan to Taylor- “But you are their star witness .” Nancy, Shut it Down…its embarrassing

    Liked by 1 person

  26. jus wundrin says:

    Question: I only caught a little bit of the schiffty inquisition today, but did ANY dims ask any questions, or was it all lawfare questionings from the left?


    • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

      Both. 45 minute LF rounds + 5 minutes from members. R attorney did great

      Liked by 1 person

    • Debra says:

      After opening statements by Schiff, Nunez, Kent, and Taylor, a lawfare guy for Schiff (Goldman) did some questioning, then ‘counsel’ from the Republicans side.

      Then Schiff made some objection to something and the Republicans requested to be informed as to whether the proceeding was under the umbrage of the Federal Rules of Evidence, because if it did, they wanted to strike the whole Goldman exchange due to it being hearsay.

      After that, I did not see any more attempts by lawyers to make they’re presence ‘count’ . . .


  27. deplorable says:

    “It will take years if not decades to restore faith in these institutions.”

    I can definitively state that I will NEVER have faith in any government institution for the entire rest of my life. It will take GENERATIONS to rebuild these institutions.


  28. Kleen says:

    Updated: 4:56 p.m. on Wednesday, November 13, 2019
    The Justice Department hinted in a court filing Wednesday that it likely won’t prosecute Andrew McCabe, saying it will no longer shield documents about the former FBI Deputy Director from public release.
    In the filing, the Justice Department said it is withdrawing its argument that releasing public records related to Mr. McCabe


    • Bogeyfree says:

      Ok then….

      What is the top ten list of FOIA requests we should request on Mr. McCabe since DOJ is not going to block going forward.

      My number 1 is every communication McCabe had with Wray and Rosenstein during 2016, 2017 and Q1 2018.

      Mr. Fitton are you taking notes? The runway is clear.


  29. SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

    Oops! Amb. Taylor Forgets His Rehearsed Lines… Dem Attorney Has to Remind Him of Rest of Statement

    Imagine they would’ve had to do this in the open the first time around!


  30. jus wundrin says:

    McConnell On Dismissal Of Trump Impeachment Articles: ‘We’ll Have To Have A Trial’


    Im guessing tom donahue had some words with the turtle.

    Liked by 1 person

    • BitterC says:

      There are a couple pros to running a trial.

      Takes the 6 senators out of campaigning in the run up to Iowa, tho I personally think all the Dem Senators running for president should recuse themselves from the trial of a political rival…..

      The trial will be on national TV providing a wonderful venue to lay out spygate for the uninformed masses


  31. surf808 says:

    Deputy Kent.

    this is the guy you want to know more about. Here is what is necessary to “discover” why he is so keen in demonstrating before the committee.

    There are two major prior business transactions he was involved in.

    a. helping to bring cofe black into the burisma “fold”.
    b. coordinating “cover” for crowdstrike efforts..actual hacking assets within ukraine who manufactured Russian attribution. because it serves three key purposes: a) points ugly to russia, a military, economic and political foe, b) it performs the needed expectations from the democratic party, namely those supporting hilary and those against a republican, and c) it expands the influence and power of the state department apparatus into ukraine policy, politics, and economic vitality…and not merely aid and military monies..but the effect of “help us with this” and your oligarths can continue to drive the train..

    the addition of cofe black was designed to not necessarily prop up optics issues with burisma…it was so a known asset could openly manipulate that business and scoop the needed insider info for leverage.

    this is how the state department under obama operated. it was not only pay for play..but it was also insisting that secret deals with insiders be involved in high level, big money deals.

    some even considered it “nation building”…

    so, look into Kent..lay into him..he’s a squealer…his anger isn’t so much that the grand plan failed and hilary in on the sidelines..it’s that he was heavily “invested” to become enormously influencial and wealthy. That never happened. So he is angry and has directed his anger to the president that caused his failure. with just a little morning raid, and a serious indictment. He will squeal.

    Kent knows more than the yovanovich…

    press him like a grape.

    he’s your guy..he’s the key to getting all the curtains open.

    George Kent.

    george kent is a cia asset in broad daylight.

    his goals aren’t political..they do not serve national security..never have.

    he is a lever man…it’s all about the money….he has clients on both sides of every single deal he engaged.

    he’s like the deal broker…

    look at george kent.

    he’s one of them.


  32. chickenhawk says:

    Devin Nunes 2024?
    Do we have to pick one, or do they just magically appear?


  33. islandpalmtrees says:

    After listening to today’s hearing – thought this song said it best!

    Marvin Gaye – I Heard It Through The Grapevine


  34. zorrorides says:

    Devin Nunes has changed thru these last three years. I remember seeing Devin as a very nice young farmer-congressman who represented an agricultural area important to California. He spoke up for doing right when the circumstances called on him. Nunes had clear eyes and kind voice.

    The Congressman soon found himself defending against an ethics complaint, and the Speaker and party leadership muzzled him. Nunes had to support the gag order they put on him. He looked embarrassed. I remember thinking Nunes has a definite abundance of courage and strength, but I doubted he could follow DJ Trump as president.

    The other night I watched Devin Nunes interviewed in the Capitol and then later on the Laura Ingraham show. He’s a different man now. Have you noticed Nunes’ eyes and the set of his jaw?

    Mr Nunes is fully capable of facing down any Democrat in the street, at high noon or midnight. He has gunfighter eyes. He can’t be spooked or startled, nor be tricked into an unwise or rash move. He is ready to put the enemy down.

    Devin Nunes has Presidential character. He can grow into that job. He may need experience in lawfare as sheriff or enforcer, or in the executive’s position. House and Senate isn’t sifficient training to be Trumpian.

    The Democrats rotten soul and predatory deceit will be exposed to everyone’s light during P Trump’s second term. Let’s elect Devin Nunes to be governor of California in 2024.

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    • Nunes is still a kind man, but now there’s a steely resolve to his countenance.

      He’s been tried-by-fire these past three years.

      As insignificant as it may sound, I’m watching his ‘Twitter’ case; if he prevails (and things are going well for him in court), it will be the game changer that we’ve all hoped would happen to social media.


  35. Ma McGriz says:

    For me, the most powerful moments in today’s [cough] hearing were those moments of stunned, gaping silence, when the Republicans’ direct questions left the witnesses looking like deer in the headlights and squirming in their chairs while they groped for answers. It was very telling.

    Also very telling was the body language of the democrats as they all repeatedly touched their chins, covered their mouths, and otherwise displayed tells of dishonest behavior. They’re lying, and they know it, and they know we know it.

    The most sinister character of the day was julie-ann castro. His threatening manner toward one of the witnesses was chilling. He put words in the witness’ mouth and glared threateningly at him as if to dare him to fail to say what was expected. And these were their own witnesses.

    Finally, the most shameful performance of the day was by peter welch from vermont. He’s a vile old alinskyite who’s venomous sneering and disrespect schtick are just as tired and worn out as he is.

    And of course I can’t fail to mention heck from washington state, since he is a great personal embarrassment to me and every other conservative in this state. Our elected representatives in DC are worse than useless.

    Meanwhile, as these peach posse vermin defile everything they touch and demand to be the focus of attention, our beloved Israel is getting bombed to hell and the EU is passing antisemitic laws, while all the western media have their noses buried up the butts of the rabid donkey vigilantes.

    So I’m gonna tell all the eeyores and henny-pennies and doomsday criers here, whose faith has apparently failed them and who so eagerly declare the country gone and the fight lost, just what my beloved sister in Tel Aviv would tell me: We will keep our faith, we will fight if we must, we will hate the evil, but we do not despair. For to despair is to surrender, and we will never do that. Never.

    The knowledge that there are rockets raining down on Israel right now should help to put our own problems in perspective, and should make the sneering, lying imposters in the democrat controlled house look just like the totally impotent vermin they are.

    This is America, by God, where we overcome evil and stand, shoulder to shoulder with our President, for the rule of law.

    And we’re in it to win it.

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  36. islandpalmtrees says:

    Listen to Levin on the Law
    Sean Hannity 11/13/19 | Fox News Live Stream November 13, 2019


  37. bkrg2 says:

    Thank you Mr Nunes!


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