Righteous Matt Gaetz Stands the Gap – Eviscerates Impeachment Sanctimony and Defends President Trump’s Family…

Representative Matt Gaetz confronted the jaw-dropping level of political bias and Trump Derangement Syndrome exhibited by Chairman Nadler’s panel of left-wing experts.

With a visible display of righteous indignation Mr. Gaetz dressed down the pompous liberal law professor, Pamela Karlan, and cut right to the heart of the matter with the entire panel.  WATCH:

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356 Responses to Righteous Matt Gaetz Stands the Gap – Eviscerates Impeachment Sanctimony and Defends President Trump’s Family…

  1. Avi says:

    “Trump can’t make Barron a Baron!”

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  2. GB Bari says:

    So if this sham goes to the Senate, it looks like Mitch McConnell may actually be maneuvering to beat the DemonRATs at their own game…..

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2019/12/mitch_mcconnell_playing_hardball_with_schumer_on_impeachment_trial_rules.html

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    • bofh says:

      If we have to count on Mitch McConnell, the nation is already lost.

      Liked by 11 people

      • GB Bari says:

        He is the Senate Majority Leader so we have no choice in that legislative body.

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      • Scott Wallace says:

        Exactly, this guy is going to extract a pound of flesh from Trump

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        • Pokey says:

          Like he has with both of PDJT SCOTUS nominees? Time to find out what these guys are made of and help them think a lot of people will remember if they don’t help an innocent President. I almost think this constant harping about the Republican Senators is coming from Demcommie trolls who want them to act like RINOs. But I am hopefully wrong about that.

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          • Alfred Barnes says:

            Yep, he’s on shaky ground in his own state of KY. NC voted for Trump, yet both of our Senators are McCrappell Republicans! I’ve written both of them to remind them who this state voted for, and it wasn’t McConnell.

            The Republicans hate Trump as much as the Dems. They’re all stealing from the national treasury, and want the gravy train to continue. Trump represents an existential threat to their corruption. We can fix this at the ballot box or the firing line. Their choice.

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        • stripmallgrackle says:

          That’s my theory. “Well, of course I, and all my colleagues in the Senate, will have your back, Mr. President. But while we’re waiting for Nadler to punt, we thought this would be a good time to discuss some…improvements…we’ve come up with for your border security and immigration policies as we prepare for your second term…should there be one.”

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  3. justlizzyp says:

    My thoughts on the day: (fwiw)

    Gaetz was fantastic.

    I didn’t see Karlan’s “Barron/ baron” as an ‘attack’ on Barron – it was just a really dumb joke that came across as something she’s practiced many times and thinks is really clever. Dumb and inappropriate but not an attack on Barron. She discredited herself.

    Noah is a lying, partisan hack. It’s not a good idea to claim that you were uncertain about something you’ve been calling for and writing about for 2 years. That only makes you look worse.

    Don’t even remember the 3rd Angry Lib.

    Turley was very impressive.

    Saw very little about the hearing over at the angry SJW message board. I think they’ve mostly lost interest, with the exception of a couple of posters who usually post the outrage of the day, then bask in the glow of other posters affirming their outrage and moral superiority. Anything that gets ‘corrected’ or revealed as incorrect is just forgotten about – they never correct the daily outrage. But I thought it was very interesting that they’ve barely mentioned the hearing – these people have been on the Orange Man Bad/ Impeachment bandwagon since election night (and reading their collective meltdowns that night was Bloody Spectacular!) For them to not be gloating suggests that it really is as lame as we think it is.

    The more I think about it, the more I think that the Nunes/ Giuliani/ Toensig/ Solomon phone records are the result of some kind of FISA type warrant. In other words, Schiff subpoenaed Lev’s records and found these contacts under the 2 hop rule. Then unmasked everyone, only including the numbers that supported his argument. Maybe I’m giving him too much credit though. If the records were obtained legally, that still wouldn’t justify including them in the report with no context or evidence that the calls were part of any pattern of perfidy. That is the truly unforgivable part. I can’t imagine what it must be like to sit in a room with Nunes and Schiff. I’d be afraid that they were going to start brawling any second.

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    • rvsueandcrew says:

      You’re right about it being a dumb joke. I do, however, think it is an attack on Barron. Just bringing up the name of a minor child in a public effort to defame his father is an attack on the child. She made fun of Barron’s name. That’s an attack.

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      • The attack on PDJT through Barron was rehearsed. Sheila Lee didn’t ask her royalty question without already knowing the answer. But it backfired. It made Karlan look nasty and instantly discredited all of her professorial testimony. That type of attack against kids is out of bounds to just about everyone that has children.

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        • Mary Rose Mangia says:

          Kaplan is immature. Inexcusable on this day, this forum, this topic, representing Stanford and with her political contributions. What has she said about the condition of her own state. She singkehandedly argued against Stanford and the legal profession.

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          • vexedmi says:

            Wonder if Kaplan hangs out with that other beaut, Blasé-Ford, from Stanford? Wonder if those two have colluded? They seem to be of the same character.

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          • lftpm says:

            It is hard to believe, but Stanford was originally a conservative oasis. It produced Herbert Hoover, Justice Rehnquist, and Justice O’Connor. Its Hoover Institution employs Victor Hanson.

            But the Left infiltrated Stanford, as it did all of our esteemed educational institutions.

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            • Orygun says:

              Look up Leland Stanford and you will find his fortune was gained by questionable means and it seems his “University” is following the same path. I would guess that it is hard to find a law school that isn’t fully entrenched in “lawfare” or environmental law.

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          • stripmallgrackle says:

            That’s the amazing part. So many on the left who think they have profound revelations for the enrichment of others are usually exhibiting a level of emotional maturity we would associate with middle schoolers. I’ve been left slack-jawed by some of the vacuous testimony we’ve witnessed in Congress over the last year, delivered with unwavering certainty, and buffered from meaningful cross examination.

            Is it a badge of honor, or are they just oblivious to the effect they have on people who prefer actual, structured debate?

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        • Esperanza says:

          I actually thought Sheila Lee came out well, she had the good grace to look embarrassed. I don’t even want to know what else that woman had to say. Betcha she was childless.

          Barron
          image: http://www.thinkbabynames.com/img/play.png

          Pronunciation of Barron as a boys’ name is an Old English name, and the meaning of Barron is “burned clearing; young warrior”. Barron is an alternate spelling of Barnett (Old English). Barron is also a variant of Baron (Old German, Old English).
          Nomen est omen. I love Barron’s name.

          As to “baron”, different but close etymology it means “brave, valourous” . So nothing she would understand.

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          • lftpm says:

            Yes she’s childless. In her procreative years, they hadn’t yet applied turkey and cow artificial insemination to humans. She’s a lesbian, according to her Wiki bio.

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          • sturmudgeon says:

            “As to “baron”, different but close etymology it means “brave, valourous” . So nothing she would understand.” EXACTLY RIGHT!

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            • stripmallgrackle says:

              Barron, Baron. Let’s call the who thing off.

              sturmudgeon reminded me of my search for the origins of the name Donald a few months back. In the original Celtic it translates to ‘world-ruler’ or world-wielder’. How very…aggravating. Grab a poncho. It’s gonna be splody time if this gets out.

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    • Cheesehead54016 says:

      In the last 30 months I’ve become a huuuuuuuuuuuuuujjjje Nunes fan. Keep bringing it Devin!!!! Gaetz is gaining on Nunes in my book but Nunes has been there since 2017………… fighter and tenacious. Lindsey G……….. NOT SO MUCH. Lindsey is definition of Swamp. Change my opinion Lindsey and make history.

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    • Raptors2020 says:

      Turley might be in more trouble than he thinks. The Left does not tolerate dissent. That’s their strength (certainly not their ideas).

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      • justlizzyp says:

        I’m curious about this too – he’s definitely going to feel the sting but I wonder what he’ll do afterward.

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      • lftpm says:

        Turley will be fine. He is a true constitutional expert. He explicated the framers’ debates on impeachment and English Law precedent, as citing the Federalist Letters.

        I’m sort of sorry they didn’t have Alan Dershowitz, but happy that Turley was given undivided time to present a masterful rebuke of the Dems’ shampeachment. In this way, it was better not to have his presentation time cut in half by Dershowitz. With the Senate trial, I look forward to hearing from both of them, as well as Trump’s top-flight legal minds Pat Cipollone and Jay Sekulow sending Dem witnesses running with their tails between their legs.

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    • shirley49 says:

      Now that the Dems have set a new precedent for saying anything against the Presidents kids, does that mean the Republicans can do the same next time a Dem is President?

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      • Cynthia says:

        I think you know the answer to that . . .

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        • X XYZ says:

          Democrats fight hard, they fight dirty, hitting below the belt and never pulling their punches or quitting the fight. There is something admirable about that.

          Patrician Republicans go “tut,tut,tut” and say ” two wrongs don’t make a right and we won’t stoop to that level”. They have forgotten that politics is a blood sport. They only care about preserving their career positions and being re-elected, even if it means throwing the conservative base of the R party under the bus.

          The fact that Trump hits back is another reason in a long list of why Republicans find Trump unpalatable, if not unsupportable. They would prefer a president who acts as a punching bag, like those from the Bush clan.

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    • Dixie says:

      I think Nunes will do his “brawling” in the courtroom. Gaetz was a firebrand for the conservatives.

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    • stripmallgrackle says:

      Phone records were accessed to intimidate people. Let’s not forget, as many surmised back at the beginning, beyond the immediate pipe dream of taking back both the Capitol and the White House, long term the Totalitopians will insist on making an example of Trump and anyone who actively sides with him. Advancing the agenda is the only priority. That means making life hell for anyone who gets in their way, by any means necessary, until they submit.

      The truly nauseating part is that they put one hand on their collective hearts, pugnaciously waving their pocket editions of the New Abridged Constitution for Liberals in the air, while they snorf at the Originalists, ceaselessly clinging to the fantasy that they, and only they, hold true moral authority.

      They have become the New Puritans, and if we don’t put them down, we will be sewing their judgement into our clothing.

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  4. IGiveUp says:

    A story is appearing on several sites now. The Washington Post is reporting that Durham will NOT report that Mifsud was working for a western intel agency and set PapaD up. The Post says this demolishes the Republican case.

    WaPo admits not having the IG report or having seen a draft copy so this story is either made-up or based upon a leak.

    No Setup? Horowitz To Claim Mifsud Wasn’t US Asset, Yet Papadopoulos Says He’s Italy’s Spook
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/no-setup-horowitz-claim-mifsud-wasnt-us-asset-yet-papadopoulos-says-hes-italys-spook

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    • Raptors2020 says:

      You wrote Durham..

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    • MDNA I says:

      You have multiple people incl. Sundance warning that there is an atttempt to shape the narrative by conflating 2 investigations. POTUS, Sen Graham, Sara Carter, George Papadopolous, Sundance, etc saying to “be wary” of reports as Graham said

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      • ann says:

        Yes. I believe nothing the WP, NYT, mass media, Bureau or DoJ says or claims to do.

        Resist has heightened the Psy war to the point there is always a subtext and usually a hidden motive of ill will towards our country.

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    • FPCHmom says:

      If you read Sundance you would know the answer –

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    • lftpm says:

      Sorry, CIA-Mockingbird WaPo. The cat is out of the bag. Italian press reported that Mifsud’s lawyer said Mifsud was directed by Western intelligence in his dealings with PapaD. There are many photos of Mifsud with top-echelon UK politicos (e.g. Boris J), and a medal presentation by the FBI, and he ran a program at Link U-Rome training FBI agents.

      Mueller’s Report (actually Weissmann’s) called Mifsud “Russia connected”. If we accept this, it means that Mifsud was a double agent, that the FBI, MI6 et al, let infiltrate without ever detecting it. They even had him live next door to the US Embassy in Rome. How incompetent was that?

      Or Weissmann [ double s, double n\ was FOS, Mifsud was a Western intelligence agent.

      I seriously doubt that after Barr and Durham went to Italy,and interviewed Mifsud’s lawyer–maybe even Mifsud himself– they came home believing that Mifsud was working for Putin.

      Oh, one other thing: the narrative was that Mifsud promised PapaD some Russian dirt on Hillzy. But no Russian dirt was ever produced.

      Durham is on this.

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    • PineoMan says:

      The Mifsud issue is not in Horowitz’s lane – he’s looking at FISA – not the origins of Russia hoax – that’s Durham. Don’t be misled by bad reporting.

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    • stripmallgrackle says:

      “The Post says this demolishes the Republican case.” Again? And how many paragraphs of well constructed supposition did it take this time?

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  5. ALLAN CRAIN says:

    After observing and listening to the nation’s top lawyers and academics I believe there leaves no doubt it is time for TORT REFORM. We could reduce costs of about everything by at least 5% and medical costs more than 10%. A life is only worth so much depending on age and dependents.

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  6. ALLAN CRAIN says:

    After observing and listening to the nation’s top lawyers and academics I believe there leaves no doubt it is time for TORT REFORM. We could reduce costs of about everything by at least 5% and medical costs more than 10%. A life is only worth so much depending on age and dependents.

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  7. listingstarboard says:

    Wonder what Pam Karlan thinks of Jermaine Jacksons kid-“Jermajesty”

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  8. CountryClassVulgarian says:

    I loved seeing Gaetz take that nasty, mean, petty little troll’s snide comments and ram them right back down her throat. THIS is how you treat these people. Give it right back to them.

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  9. Give me 10,000 Matt Gaetzs and I could defeat any army in the world!

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  10. RLTW says:

    And as such, how could a Judeo-Marxist lawyer know anything about Anglo-Saxon Western Civilization justice? Why is she being allowed to interpret Saxon Law?

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    • Glad to see those beauties opened eyes to lots of ppl …Karlan,schummer,cohen,da nang bluemental nadler,g bluemental,schi*t, fein stain (d china)and 40+ more in CON-gress…nasty bolshevics..Go Matt Gaetz GO !!!! they can stick their card you know where…

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  11. James F says:

    Why isn’t the ugly congresswoman who laughed along with the bully’s response to her question getting any flack?

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  12. RLTW says:

    Look at that face. She might as well have a tattoo across her forehead:

    “Marxist, see you next Tuesday.”

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  13. Ospreyzone says:

    The President has no need of legal counsel at this proceeding with men like Matt Gaetz present.
    I’m so envious of panhandle Floridians that can call this man their representative. Unfortunately, my rep. further south in Florida is Brian Mast, who is only marginally conservative, though a decorated, wounded war vet. We need 100-more people like Matt Gaetz and Elise Stefanik in Congress, who have the courage of their convictions and are willing to speak out loudly against the evil they see around them. Great job, Congressman Gaetz.

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  14. Matt Bracken says:

    Video: Gohmert on Judiciary Impeachment Hearing: “We Need Some Factual Witnesses”
    [Louie Gohmert names so-called whistleblower Eric CIAramella by listing all of his govt positions and connections. I’m surprised nobody went deeper into this. He outed CIAramella without naming him, along with Sean Misko and Abigail Grace, who worked with him on the NSC before they moved to Schiff’s intel impeachment staff. Start the video at 2:30. If reporters and media networks continue to hide his identity, they are complicit in the deep state coup.]

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    • Dixie says:

      Witnesses with nothing but opinions have no place in this so-called investigation…..Much like the msm only spouting opinions instead of real true news.

      They’re all worthless.

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      • Mad Mike says:

        I still feel like I’m living an episode of the Twilight Zone when I think about this.

        It stuns me that with all the players involved, all the supposed scrutiny, and the limitless budget these theatrics require, that we are actually watching this unfold.

        I’ve never had the faith in people that my Dad did… but even I am surprised that something this big could be built on absolutely NOTHING and get this far. Like the President tweeted earlier today, is there any reason not to expect this every time someone loses an election moving forward?

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  15. Super Elite Lt. Col. Covfefe999 says:

    That was AMAZING!!! Way to go Matt Gaetz! Perfect from start to finish!

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  16. Rep. Gaetz’s final fiery statement:

    “And you know what? If wiretapping a political opponent is an impeachable offense, then I look forward to reading that Inspector General’s report because maybe it’s a different President we should be impeaching.” BOOM, BOOM, BOOM!

    That’s the thing about this entire impeachment charade: it’s another in a long line of the Left’s schemes to divert attention away from their own malfeasance.

    How many times today did we hear the accusation that President Trump abused his power????

    DOJ IG Michael Horowitz’s report on FISA abuse is about to hit the news with massive Obama Administration abuse of power all over it! They are trying to attach their despicable conduct to President Trump. And it’s just not going to work!

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  17. Mikal Dene says:

    I hope I live long enough to vote Matt as President or Vice-President one day…Gowdy-Gaetz 2024!

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    • Baby El says:

      To date, Gowdy has done nothing to show he’s on the side of conservatives.

      Lots of wind, but none of it across the sails.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      You are being fooled by Gowdy. Wise up. We all must become wise to the fact that Democrats are outright Marxist Fascists bent on power and greed by any means necessary. Republicans (most) are faux opposition with no intention of implementing the people’s agenda in order to preserve their membership in The Club – all their talk and bluster is a con job. Wise up.

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  18. dogsmaw says:

    Morning Joe Scarborough accuses Melania Trump of hypocrisy and ‘faux outrage’ for attacking Democrats’ witness who name-checked Barron—saying she never criticized the president for ‘face-shaming my wife’

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  19. Bob Parker says:

    This POS C-Wrag is noithing more than a Clinton/Obama crotch-licking Leftist.

    And if I had a son/.daughter in that POS;s law class, I would IMMEDIATELY have that son/daughter WITHDRAW from that class, & file 2 documents with Stanford:

    1. A claim for full/immediate REFUND on that portion of tuition attributable to that wrag’s class, and
    2. A DEMAND that Stanford IMMEDIATELY Terminate that Wrag from their Faculty!!

    OUT WITH THE TRASH, STANFORD!!

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