Jim Jordan Eviscerates Democrat Impeachment Narrative and a Key Witness….

Jumpin’ Ju-Ju bones, Jim Jordan eviscerated about eleventy insufferable articles of impeachment in a single rapid-fire round of questioning.   WATCH:


I can only imagine what Jimmy Jacket was like as a young ‘un:

You can git outta ma way, or we kin keep talkin’… yer call!

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297 Responses to Jim Jordan Eviscerates Democrat Impeachment Narrative and a Key Witness….

  1. Snow White says:

    😂😂😂🤣🤣love the picture

    Liked by 49 people

  2. Neil M. Dunn says:

    His best and most powerful performance yet. Maybe he should go help and instruct Sen. Graham how to run an investigation. Most probably Sen. Graham would shut him down to keep the truth hidden like the House Dems have done.

    Liked by 42 people

    • Realist says:

      Goldman looks like a deer caught in the headlight and guilty as all get out,

      Liked by 22 people

    • trump20162024 says:

      NEVER FORGET: If RINO Ryan had been dumped from the speakership in early 2017 in favor of Jim Jordan, piglosi would still be in the minority and this rotten coup would have stopped dead in its tracks when the Trumpster was inaugurated.

      Liked by 62 people

      • Sentient says:

        Yes. The republicans voted for Ryan to be their leader. Sad.

        Liked by 14 people

        • MVW says:

          Ryan was Pence’s pick. They were buds.

          Liked by 3 people

          • fangdog says:

            Pence impresses me as not being very impressive.

            Liked by 7 people

            • LULU says:

              Pence doesn’t even make it to plain vanilla. Or is a very secretive man. Take your pick.


            • RJ says:

              Hair always too perfect, suit just a little too tight, smile more than forced…however, at this time President Trump likes him in the number 2 spot. Pence has always given me the chills. I think there might be a blow up doll in the closet somewhere.

              Liked by 1 person

              • tommyd22 says:

                Trump needed Pence for the win.. Pence was the R’s insurance policy in the event they needed a way out. That proved not to be the case.

                Liked by 3 people

                • fragemall says:

                  That’s the way it works. It’s going to be very interesting to see if if Pence is 2020 vp pick. He’s not who we want in 2024 but we’ve got to win 2020 first and Pence is still insurance. We don’t want Nikki Haley, that’s for sure. Don Jr maybe or Jim Jordan if I get to choose.

                  Liked by 3 people

              • Lady Sid says:

                Remember another fairly-recent Indianan picked for V-P: Dan Quayle. He was a friendly guy and was demeaned by the press endlessly as not being very bright. I think GHWB picked him because he resembled his oldest son, GWB. This was in ’92, years before young George was on the national scene. One thing that Quayle and Pence had in common: sulky wives;-(


                • Trump confirmed Pence would be his running mate in 2020. I think that that two pairs of husbands and wives have bonded very strongly. Mark Levin was a never trumper and now is solidly a supporter and fan. Pence was never a never trumper and is of course not as smart as Levin, but he too is learning from Trump. Both of these men never have been in the thick of international business negotiation as Trump has been and so they are learning a whole new style that solidly trounces D.C. and UN ‘diplomacy’ (cronyism, smoke and mirrors, extortion, pettiness and amorality).

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              • zippy52 says:

                Rumors are it’s worse than that.


              • zippy52 says:

                Rumors are it’s worse than that.


              • zippy52 says:

                Rumors are it’s worse than that.


        • Murray Smith says:

          uni-party corruption and all of the Senators involved in it would never have voted in a straight shooter like Jordan, to paraphrase SD – there are trillions at stake

          Liked by 7 people

        • Sugarhillhardrock says:

          The uniparty sheep do as they are told.

          Liked by 1 person

          • madeline says:

            When SD wrote the piece about all the Ukraine corruption in the House and Senate I began to wonder if Pence might be implicated in the same corruption? He left the House in 2013–same thought with Jeff Sessions.

            Liked by 3 people

            • littleanniefannie says:

              Which is why the Dems are pushing so hard against President Trump. They have the goods on Pence (thanks to Obama’s sleazy, slimy, scandal “free” IC) thus paving the way for Nazi Socialist to move into 1600.


        • Dixie says:

          Looks like WE are a better judge of character than the congressional Republicans.

          Liked by 2 people

        • MelH says:

          The Republcans didn’t have anyone but Ryan willing to do the job. And they begged him. He said he would do it ONLY if he didn’t have to raise funds and didn’t have to work weekends. McCarthy was their first choice, and he would have done it except for a scandal involving a woman not his wife. I guess he subsequently must have dumped the woman.


      • Super Elite Lt. Col. Covfefe999 says:

        I disagree with your logic. The Democrats seized control of the House because too many people failed to understand the importance of the House majority. They gave it away. There were people here in this forum who did not like their GOP Representatives and threatened to not vote for them … and apparently they carried through. This is what I frequently refer to as “voting stupidly”. Myopic voters ended up hurting Trump.

        Let me show you a recent conversation here on CTH that appeared in a Nikki Haley thread:

        Person 1: A Haley run at the Presidency may just convince me to note vote at all.
        Person 2: If it’s a choice of her I’ll stop voting.
        Person 3: After PT, I just might be done with it all and let the chips fall where they may.
        Person 4: I’d vote for Elizabeth Warren
        Person 5: Let’s burn it to the ground.

        What all of these people were saying was that if Nikki Haley were the GOP choice they would refuse to vote for her, they would either not vote or they would vote for a Democrat. They would punish the GOP by helping a Democrat candidate win. Tell me what kind of strategy this is. How is this going to help us? How stupid do people need to be to think that a Democrat President will be better than a Republican President, even the worst RINO? The same is true for House or Senate majorities. When Democrats are in control they wreak havoc. Look what’s happening now. We’re lucky we didn’t throw away the Senate majority or Trump would have been ousted from office already.

        If people don’t stop voting stupidly we can kiss MAGA goodbye. It’s not good enough to re-elect Trump in 2020, we have to give him the House and Senate majorities too. And in 2024 we have to make sure it’s a GOP trifecta again.

        Liked by 12 people

        • Lovearepublican says:

          I agree 100%. Who follows Trump? Who will continue the fight? LOOKS LIKE JIM MIGHT.

          Liked by 2 people

        • steph_gray says:

          Super Elite, thank you again!

          Yes it’s a uniparty and yes there are extremely corrupt Republicans – Senators Warner and Burr for sure – who should be primaried if at all possible. But the R party is the only vehicle PDJT has to KAG at the moment. It’s a truly big ugly reality but it’s what we got.

          Makes me wonder how many of the eeyores around here in the last day or so were also purists who stayed home and let the DementoRats steal the House in 2018.


        • mostlyogauge says:

          The dems seized control of the House because too many repubs “retired” and/or decided not to run. I think they were paid to not run. How does that happen with all the banking laws in place? Credit cards. The user never gets a bill. Or gets prepaid debit cards a few times per year. A friend told me.

          Liked by 2 people

        • john says:

          The incumbent Rino running in MI CD-8 (dead red district) against carpetbagger (never lived in Michigan let alone district but parents own vacant property) and ex-CIA Elissa Slotkin, had his funding pulled by the RNC.


      • Pokey says:

        This is the best observation of the hapless Paul Ryan Speakership that I have read. Paul Ryan gave away the House to the Demcommies in order to protect the Globalist Commie Cabal from exposure from PDJT. The Global Gang is still in charge, but their indentured helpers from the RINO crowd have gone into hiding. Paul Ryan can’t even get elected dog catcher in Wisconsin anymore. He is hoping to get on as a Romney acolyte in Utah, I heard. What a major league useful idiot.
        This is more of a shout out to the voters of Wisconsin, who have begun to see the Demcommie management group for what they really are. Great Americans when it counts!

        Liked by 3 people

    • noswamp says:

      I would have to agree with Neil Dunn. Dam, Jordan is good!!!

      Liked by 5 people

    • Rhi says:

      Agreed! That was a nuclear tour de force and beat Nadless to the buzzer by half a second! Thank God we have at least a handful of patriots willing to fight, rather than wallow, in the swamp.

      Thanks Sundance for posting this, would’ve missed this epic beat down. And thanks for all you do!

      Liked by 24 people

    • mopar2016 says:

      It was obama bin lyin that started the whole impeachment farce.

      Liked by 2 people

  3. A2 says:

    Choke hold and down for the count.

    Liked by 13 people

  4. Hide the Decline says:

    When the Dem lawyer was the one asking questions he looked so confident and in control. But when he’s on the receiving end of tough questioning he looks like a kid whose parents are threatening to take his Playstation away. He’s a typical pencil neck bully.

    Liked by 32 people

    • steph_gray says:

      In this clip, Jordan was questioning the Repub lawyer, Castor (who was, as someone upthread mentioned, probably struggling to hide laughter at the theater of the absurd).

      I didn’t see Jordan questioning the DementoRat lawyer. If he did I bet it was also excellent.

      Liked by 3 people

  5. graficgod says:

    don’t hold your breath…

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Comey and Baker refused to renew their clearances so they could not be shown classidfied materials to “refresh their memories”. That way, they can keep claiming they don’t remember things.,,just like Vincent “the Chin” Gigante!

    Even James Comey thinks James Comey shouldn’t have a security clearance.

    Liked by 21 people

  7. Peoria Jones says:

    This is perhaps the least poignant comment I’ve ever posted – and possibly the one that gets SD irritated because it doesn’t “add to the discussion” – but DAYUM, that man is FINE!

    Liked by 12 people

  8. Zombie says:

    Love Goldman’s soulless expression and Hitler inspired haircut.

    Sieg Schiff!
    Sieg Nadler!
    Sieg Pelosi!

    Liked by 5 people

    • Realist says:

      I recently got banned for 30 DAYS by the FACEBOOK FASCISTS for posting a completely in context ‘Sieg Heil’ on a video where a SOCIALISTS RANTINGS were replaced by HITLER RANTINGS. Oh and one day after being restored they banned me for 30 days again for something totally innocuous to any rational person,

      Liked by 10 people

      • WES says:

        Realist:. Obviously a repeat offender! Admire your persistence!

        Liked by 5 people

      • littleanniefannie says:

        Now you understand though. You aren’t dealing with rational people.

        Notice how more conservatives are being suspended from Facebook and Twitter for “hate speech”. I guess the two SM axers use Snopes to determine hate speech.

        Liked by 2 people

      • InAz says:

        I was banned for life from NPR website for putting up a video of Soros talking about his time with the family friend Nazi, who protected Soros during WWII. Soros has no regrets about the Jewish people of WWII. B

        Liked by 3 people

      • De Oppresso Liber says:

        Welcome to the club, Brother!

        Many of us have been banned from quite a few websites, for nothing more egregious than espousing true, Patriotic, conservative American values and opinions.

        When you become “popular” on some sites, and start drawing attention from confronting the America haters by not allowing them to simply regurgitate their DNC talking points unopposed……..when you become a problem, then you get banned.

        Personally, I wear banishment(s) as a Badge of Honor.

        However, the Conservative Tree House is absolutely the most fair, honest, and uncensored website in existence today, which makes CTH the most attractive and all-inclusive place for Patriots to congregate. CTH is without a doubt appropriately self-titled as the Last Refuge……

        We have a weapon on our side which cannot be beaten; one may call it the ultimate super weapon, which as long as we adhere to it, and never abandon it, assures us that we cannot lose —

        THE TRUTH

        Liked by 2 people

      • MelH says:

        I’ve been banned by Twitter many times, usually for 59 minutes, each time, but now am banned for life for tweeting that “Hillary Clinton should hang from a noose” , like she predicted. They said I could be reinstated if I erased that Tweet, so I erased it. But I was not reinstated. I have appealed the ban several times, my fury increasing more each time. But now I am into “let go and let God”, gathering steam for another appeal. There are not many ways a crippled ,poor, ancient, 85-year-old can contribute to the President’s 2020 campaign, unfortunately.


        • De Oppresso Liber says:

          Your contributions here, MelH, can be more influential than you might imagine. Our comments are read by many uninformed / misinformed / disinformed people whose only exposure to sane thought and reason are their experiences here at The Treehouse.

          You have more of an impact on those around you than you might think.

          Hang in there, MelH.


  9. Pa Hermit says:

    WOW, Game, Set, and Match! Love me some Jim Jordan!

    Liked by 9 people

  10. konradwp1 says:

    On the impeachment issue, I believe the Horowitz report will have a significant impact.

    The Horowitz report is a total vindication of the original Nunes memo. At the time, Schiff wrote a counter memo, which has now been exposed as mendacious excrement by the Horowitz report.

    Whatever shreds of credibility Schiff may have had are gone. He is proven beyond doubt to be a foul liar. And the Democrat’s entire impeachment effort rides on Schiff’s report.

    Liked by 14 people

  11. delighteddeplorable says:

    Goldman looks queasy after that takedown by the most excellent Jim Jordan.

    Liked by 18 people

  12. 2ndbearflagrevolt! says:

    Listened to Goldman’s opening on the way to work. High school mock trial lawyers have had far better performances.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Michael Kunz says:

    Now that is what even I call evisceration. First class, with honours!

    Liked by 7 people

  14. ann says:

    This backfired BIGLY.
    Put a glaring light on the extortion, money laundering and arm twisting predatory activities of the Uniparty. Also revealed an embarassing level of ineptitude, sloth and snottery is prevalent in our diplomatic rank and file.

    I’m shocked by the unprofessional bumptious personnel staffing the State Dept .

    We look like fools to foreign countries. This generation of DC apparatchiks deserves to be cut loose. Far as I’m concerned water cooler boy & Ukrainean Embassatrix can go to hell in a hand basket. 😂

    Liked by 24 people

    • delighteddeplorable says:

      Snottery! May I use that one? 😀

      Liked by 9 people

    • The Boss says:

      The State Dept is full of people impressed by their own bloated sense of self-importance and intellectual elitism. Almost all are useful idiots to the globalist powers operating behind the scenes. Take Yavanovich for instance. She’s a glorified errand girl for the likes of Soros and Obama, working for biscuit treats and not knowing how expendable she is.

      Liked by 17 people

      • glissmeister says:

        They’re snobs trying to build a Snobocracy. Not intellectual. Not elite. Just distempered, acting out their predisposition for incivility and self-dealing.

        A snob is supremacist; no adjectives needed. The word “snob” and the word “supremacist” are both synonyms for today’s “Democrat.”

        Lindsay Graham’s press conference today was genuinely masterful. He laid bare the depravity of what Democrats have done. He formally characterized the Democrat sedition as a Criminal Enterprise.

        Even my Democrat friends are disgusted. The Democrat Party has become little more than politics conducted as an ongoing criminal enterprise. The hubris is off the scales. The criminality and bad faith culture has become so normalized they cannot see how we see through them.

        Especially the serial lying by omission, particularly how they are now twisting the findings of the Horowitz Report which said their limited investigation could not find any documentary or testimonial evidence of partisanship.

        Such a finding was not the purpose of the Horowitz investigation. To report that none was observed is not a finding that none existed. To say it was is to lie.

        Democrats conducting politics as an ongoing criminal enterprise continues on, proving once again that Depravity and Perversion are a lifestyle choice. Interesting how casually they do so without apparent remorse. What profound psychopathy grips these predators?

        How could anyone call their serial incivility and predations evidence of good mental health?

        Liked by 9 people

      • ann says:

        Yes. Quite a let down.
        Throughout this journey, what my poor father referred to as my “ineradicable naïveté” has been chipped away.

        Liked by 2 people

  15. Skidroe says:

    I would like to see Jordan get pencil neck in a pretzel hold.

    Liked by 7 people

  16. dustycowpoke says:

    Outstanding and the end picture is too funny. Go Get Jim, Jordan.

    Liked by 4 people

    • lotbusyexec says:

      Goldman looks like he swallowed some Castor oil and those shifting eyes look to me like he is looking for the closet exit before the diarrhea inside his already soiled trousers gets through those industrial strength depends. One of Jim Jordan’s finest smackdowns.

      Liked by 3 people

  17. Skidroe says:

    You would think that there would be one person that feels so much shame that they would come forward and spill the beans for the good of THEIR COUNTRY.

    Liked by 3 people

    • CanaCon says:

      They can’t. Don’t forget that Obammy was running a surveillance state. Everyone is compromised and vulnerable to leverage, especially appointees. That’s why, when I see these summaries that blame blatant criminality on incompetence (i.e. utter stupidity), I ask “what do they have on Horowitz?”.

      That’s generally my first question when one of them does something like this – e.g. Roberts and ACA.

      Barr and Durham MIGHT go after some of the senior IC but I doubt that Mitch, Chuck and the gang are losing any sleep.

      Liked by 2 people

    • lotbusyexec says:

      I’ve been saying this for years! One hero, to step forward, admit ALL the “stuff” that has been going on (even their own involvement) and an open mic. The person can apologize for their wrong doings but state “…I can no longer in good faith continue to destroy a man that does such GOOD for his Country AND sadly we ALL got SO wronging this misguided attempt to destroy America and a presidency…!” Person would be a hero in my book all the while unloading the plan, names, his/her part, coordinated effort… Just ONE person. Where are you?

      Liked by 4 people

  18. Keln says:

    Lord forgive me for it, but I just really like Jordan and think he’s one of the good guys.

    I should know better than to think that about any of these swamp weasels, but I can’t really find a fault with him so far.

    Liked by 12 people

    • steph_gray says:

      There is a handful of truly good guys (and at least one gal – I forget her name, but the blonde Rep who was in the group storming the door of the scif a few weeks ago).

      Until and unless they show signs (meaning actions, not words) of being suddenly compromised, they deserve our full support every day, with no doubt. They are under siege…

      Liked by 4 people

    • Judith says:

      Not *one* senate Republican voted for their President to make his recess appointments, when only *one* vote was necessary. Nope.

      Turns out that was the President’s *only* chance to assemble his cabinet. Think how different things would be now, had only *one* so-called Republicon senator afforded him that courtesy.

      And what did RepubliCONS actually do for MAGA when they held both Senate AND House majorities for two years? They deliberately handed the House majority over to Democrats for impeachment.

      You are correct in casting a wary eye.

      When snakes posture and bloviate *after* the fact, it is always for show. But when their actions really mattered, when they held BOTH majorities, for instance? Crickets.

      I am not fooled. They already showed us who they are, and I do *not* trust snakes. I’m not saying Jordan isn’t the real deal, that one in a million, but the odds *are* astronomical.

      Liked by 1 person

  19. martyb59 says:

    Jim Jordan is a bad ass! He is the kind of guy you want on your team, when the shit hits the fan!

    Liked by 9 people

    • Issy says:

      If the repubs take back the house in 2020, Nunes, Jordan, Collins and a few others as head of committees will be in a position to do some serious damage investigating things. I’m not too high on McCarthy, but he seems to be converting.

      Liked by 1 person

  20. Maquis says:

    Bam! 💥

    Liked by 3 people

  21. noswamp says:

    Sad to say I can’t say that about Lindsay Graham, and Mitch McConnell. Those two are the crypt keepers and the reason why Trump can’t appoint recess appointments or do anything to really benefit the country except appoint judges and reform the VA. But they keep standing in Trumps way, and we are all seeing their duplicity.

    Graham does not want to call Schiff as a witness. Really? Why? We know why. Just an example. McConnell does not step in to the appointment of a globalist Senator in Georgia instead of Trump choice Collins who would light the Senate on fire!. Despite the fact that Trump helped the man win an election after being over 10 points down. No loyalty in the game of politics. Just loyalty to one thing:MONEY.

    Liked by 4 people

  22. MJ says:

    Worth remembering. From a previous post from Sundance on 8/4/18. I remember this because I’ve shown the video to many friends.


    “POTUS Trump was just introduced to the MAGA inspirational and aspirational value of Speaker Jordan. Remember this moment; it matters.”

    The original YouTube video is offline. I found another one here:

    Funny, but not surprising, that NBC felt the need to edit and water down the SOTH chant for Jordan.

    Liked by 5 people

  23. LouisianaTeaRose says:

    Goldman just surrendered, while Sean Misko looks on from behind. We all saw the glancing over to their hugkleberries on the dais…words unnecessary….”we’re f¥cked…”

    THE endpoint of a failed impeachment effort. Should we keep on keepin’ on, or throw it in? Since we’ve come this far? Since it just won’t matter? Since the outcome will be the same? Since we have lost but need to calculate the repercussions of the dismount? Since I don’t wanna be a greasy red spot on the cinderblocks?

    Decisions, decisions….hey, can I borrow your emesis basin…..oh, you’re using it…..

    Liked by 2 people

  24. hawkins6 says:

    Eloquent grandstanding politicians are quite common in most political jurisdictions. Many or most are insincere and only trying to impress their constituents.

    But all of the news making Freedom Caucus members like Jordan, Gaetz, Meadows etc and a few other Republicans are very effective hard hitting interviewers and passionate speakers because unlike the insincere breed of politicians, they are genuinely fighting hard for their country and their constituents as well as their own party’s interests. Their constituents should be proud of them.

    Liked by 12 people

  25. trapper says:

    A guy told me that a guy told him that a guy told him that a guy told him that a guy told him. That’s Sondlund’s clarification. Sound familiar? That’s the exact same chain of conversations that they claim was the sole basis of the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane investigation: Alexander Downer told the FBI that Papadopoulos told him that a guy told him that a guy told him….

    Impeachment? FBI investigation? Sounds more like a middle school lunch room conversation. Cindy told me that Julie told her that Lizzie told Sissie that she told Ellie that Jerrold doesn’t like you.

    Liked by 9 people

    • X XYZ says:

      Great analogy. It is pathetic that we look to our politicians as role models. They are nothing but schoolyard bullies and BS’ers. The future generation of them will be those like AOC and the Squad. Then we will descend from the schoolyard to the playpen – including seeing hissy fits and tantrums.


  26. Eric French says:

    Thank you Mr. Jordan…you are a true Patriot.

    Liked by 2 people

  27. TwoLaine says:

    I thin Jimmy No Jacket would be more appropriate. 😉


  28. Elwood says:

    I can remember people saying Jordan was pathetic and knew nothing about what really happened and was a poor defender of the President. Here.


    • steph_gray says:

      Sundance has stated that CTH has many RolCons.

      Only an RC would say that. I believe you!

      On the other hand, the proliferation of RolCons here shows how close CTH is over the target, every day.

      Liked by 1 person

  29. JeffP. says:

    Rock on JJ!! I do believe America has found it’s alternative to a Pence/RINO ticket in 2024 Jordan/DeSantis 2024?? and Nunes/another patriot(or as close as we can get) for after JJ is done advancing the Trump Extended Agenda…
    My next question is…when is Michael Horowitz’s Clintoncide scheduled for??? Off topic I suppose, but relevant none the less…


    • snellvillebob says:

      Hopefully, the Clinton coverup is by Huber. If Horowitz does it he will enshrine Hillary as a saint who might have resisted temptation on at least one occasion.


  30. Parker says:

    Damn! I wish I could vote for Jim Jordan…

    Liked by 4 people

  31. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    Ha. Even before SD made the statement about what JJ must have been as a youth I was trying to imagine being a teen child of his!

    Liked by 1 person

  32. NoFixedAddress says:


    If I could remind folk that Mueller, Weissman and Comey have previously participated in some of the most despicable actions by so called G-Men that have ever been recorded,

    Liked by 2 people

    • NoFixedAddress says:

      And I am sorry for all the honest hard working FBI Officers throughout the country BUT The FBI needs to be shuttered.

      AND Then the so called CIA.
      How a communist voting, islamic loving cow-bum face can head up the CIA is beyond comprehension.
      The CIA needs to be shuttered.

      AND The STATE Department!
      What a load of pathetic crapmeisters.
      The ‘State’ needs to be shifted to IOWA.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Sharon says:

        “I am sorry for all the honest hard working FBI Officers….”

        I no longer accept language that gives FBI personnel the benefit of the doubt. Whether there are any honest ones is now an open question for me.

        Each layer of seniority in their castle, just like in every police department across the country, is dependent on the good graces of the layer above them. It appears that the stink is VERY strong in the higher levels (as demonstrated over many months now) so I no longer assume that the lower levels are better than the higher levels.

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  33. PInky1920 says:

    A few posters here have mentioned that even their democrat friends are disgusted at what the rats are doing. No, they are not. Not really. 99.99 percent will pull the level again, and then again.

    Be advised, NOBODY has any democrat “friends”. Scratch the surface and you will find Pelosi, Schumer, Schiff, Biden, warren, Clinton, sanders and AOC and the worst of them all, the Kenyan fraud.

    It’s a painful fact; family members included.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Dekester says:

      Thanks Pinky,

      Sad but true. I have not had contact with two guys I worked closely with for over thirty years.

      No loss..just unfortunate.The MSM and their weak characters are to blame.

      God bless PDJT

      Liked by 1 person

    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      (D) have given up on a normal platform. I could list off a platform, including points where we Americans, (R) or (D), would agree, and points where we would differ, while all abiding by the Constitution. School vouchers and charter schools? maybe. Public education? yes. We have made drastic changes in environmental pollution form business, and have made the food supply incredibly safe, etc. I could have a long debate with many of you, and we could still be friends and neighbors.

      But (D) decided to play both sides, and buddied up with the Communists. They have gone too far, and they would not recognize the (D) platform of 30 years ago. Except as “evil.” BTW: at each nominating convention every 4 years, each party creates their “platform.” You can go down the list and see how (D) has changed.

      The only way to pull of this move to Communism is to hood wink everyone into this fake Good-Versus-Evil world view of Marxism, and make it taboo to question it. You cannot question abortion, man-made global warming, and you cannot question a man’s right to have a menstrual cycle. And, you cannot admit that one little thing from Trump administration might be the teeny eeny bit good.

      Cult thinking through and through. This is all they have now. So, no, you cannot have a reasonable discussion or debate with a cult member.

      Sorry to tell you all. Yes, many of us have dropped associations because we do not want to put up with the cult mindset, and this includes family members. It is them, not you. Pray for them.


    • stevelbrown says:

      My experience is the opposite. My normally staunch defenders of civil liberties, Democratic friends, are 100% dug in and don’t give one turd about standards of evidence or dirty tactics,

      Liked by 1 person

    • willthesuevi says:

      Yep, In Colorado they are dug in like ticks.

      Liked by 1 person

    • TarsTarkas says:

      IMO it is a mistake to make politics the defining point of a relationship. Narrow tribalism is what is dividing this country. Politics should be incidental to one’s life, not the be-all and end-all. It’s the radical Leftists who make it their primary reason for being. A big problem with this country is because the Leftists want everybody to be as focused on ideology and politics as they are, and by forcing their ideology down everyone’s throats make those who reject it as polarized as they are (and thus affirming their demonization of the ‘other’). I say this surrounded by Never Trumpers and Not Trumpers, all of whom are otherwise sane and sober people. Disagree with me as you wish. You may have the luxury of being able to excise people from your life. I don’t.


      • Retired USMC says:

        I STRONGLY disagree…Every Democrat I have ever known is either stupid beyond repair or evil beyond redemption…I have no room for either in my circle…


      • yucki says:

        It’s not “just politics” for me.
        It’s defining moral issues: the principles that undergird our Judeo-Christian, exceptional America. That’s as intimate as how we raise our kids and the interests we consider vital to defend.


    • kleen says:

      They consume disinformation 24/7, subversion, brainwashing

      It worked in the Soviet Union, it works in North Korea, China, it worked in Nazi Germany is working here on half of the population.

      What the Marxists are doing is NOT propaganda. It’s DISinformation.
      Inventing things that don’t exist, making up stories to destroy opposition. Planting crimes on innocent people. That’s not propaganda, it’s disinformation. subversion, brainwashing.


      Liked by 1 person

    • Agreed. Speaking of the left – as of this am there are 400+ Impeach Rallies scheduled by volunteers and sponsored by MoveOn.org,

      *** Is there anything being planned to support President Trump?***

      ==> Impeach.org to learn what the left is doing in your state. Here’s their pitch:

      “Nobody Is Above the Law.
      That’s why we’re calling on Congress to Impeach & Remove Donald Trump. 

      The night before the House of Representatives takes a somber vote to impeach Trump, we’ll head to every congressional office and public square to declare that Nobody Is Above the Law as representatives finalize their positions and senators look on. 

      Events will be visible family-friendly, public gatherings to demonstrate to our lawmakers their constituents are behind them to defend the Constitution—and that Trump has left them no alternative to uphold their oath of office but to support impeachment and removal.”


    • X XYZ says:

      “99.99 percent will pull the level again, and then again.”

      Conditioning is a basic principle of psychology. It applies to a rat in a box that performs for a potential reward, and it also applies to a slot machine player. The more infrequent the reward, the more the lever is pulled. The behavior is only extinguished (meaning they stop pulling the lever completely) when the reward never happens again.

      Unfortunately Republicans and Conservatives have done the same, in voting for RINOs who deceived them. That’s how we got into the mess we are in today.


  34. thedoc00 says:

    Somebody needs to remind the Republican Tigers to mention that Sondland was extorted by a democrat member of congress, from Oregon, to testify or his businesses would be harmed. The tweets exist.

    Liked by 5 people

  35. Hans says:

    So it appears we are close to the finish line.
    With the Horowitz IG report Hillary would be a fool to re enter the political arena. PDT has an arsenal full of dirt. It’s over for her. No amount of MSM spin can resurrect a dead body.

    I will also predict this. The Barr announcement so quickly was a signal that he and Durham are ready to announce indictments. They will release some just before the house votes on the impeachment farce. The only question is who… clapper Brennan or Comey


    • stevelbrown says:

      She might have to enter and run for president under the biden rule that presidential candidates are exempt from investigation.

      Liked by 2 people

    • steph_gray says:

      I sincerely hope you are right on the timing. I am full of confident hope that there will be indictments.

      But we have seen how slowly the wheels of justice are turning. They have to, in order to build 100% solid cases that the DementoRats cannot overturn. So, I cannot be that hopeful that anything will happen as soon as we wish it to…


  36. waicool says:

    Jim Jordan = patriot

    Liked by 2 people

  37. Super Elite Lt. Col. Covfefe999 says:

    I think I’d like to see Jim Jordan groomed for a run in 2024. Let him be the keynote speaker for the 2020 convention. Put him on camera more frequently. I like his no nonsense style.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. There is no case here. There is not even the legal rights that we would oblige a common horse thief – at least we would have a trial (in which Jimmy Stewart would play the starring role) before we hung ‘im. The accused is being denied the right to confront his accuser(s), and has been repeatedly asked to testify against himself. Meanwhile, the Court of Law has filed no indictment against him, has stated that they have no reason to do so, and are not even investigating him now. There is no case.

    All that they have is a Bill of Attainder, which is expressly prohibited in §1.9.3 and §1.10.1. The Congress is attempting to declare, by its own [non-existent] authority, that the President is guilty of some crime (at this point, they don’t even care what the crime is … they’re asking public opinion pollsters), and to punish him for that crime by means of impeachment, all without benefit of trial or due process: textbook Attainder.

    I think that it’s high time that the Republicans plainly use the word, “attainder,” and for Trump v. US House of Representatives to be filed before the Supreme Court. Both the present President and all future Presidents are entitled to the protections which the US Constitution today gives them. They must not be subject to this treatment, now or in the future. Our delicate system of checks and balances is being challenged by something which the Founders expressly anticipated, and expressly prohibited by name. It’s time for us to call it by its name. And then, censure and/or expel all of the House members who have been responsible for it.

    Liked by 3 people

    • steph_gray says:

      Mike, I hope you’re mentioning this in emails to the white House, key Republicans, friendly media?

      I may copy and paste your comment and send to some myself if you don’t mind.


      • You can do with my comments anything you please.

        The thing that’s at stake here is not only this President but all future ones. The Founders intended to create three independent and co-equal Branches, one of them consisting of just one man. They didn’t intend them to rule at the pleasure of Congress. They expressly intended that impeachment was not “a political act.” If this is allowed to go further any more, every future President and Vice-President would face Articles of Impeachment on Inauguration Day, so that the non-elected Speaker of the House (heh heh …) could assume the throne and then similarly remove any Supreme Court Justices that “The Party” did not like.

        Sometimes in our Constitution a solitary sentence means everything. But, only if we force it to mean what it says.


    • amazed treetop downlooker says:

      Mike R, you have long ago ATTAINED vanguard status in promoting this clearly correct characterization of what these fascist demonDIMcommiepunks are trying to do, THANK YOU IMMENSELY.👏👏👏💪🏿

      True Patriots need to swell the ranks rapidly of those “calling a spade a spade”, YESterday ! 👌👌🏾👌🏽👉🏼👉🏻👉 💪🏿💪🏿💪🏼💪🏼💪👈🏿👈🏼👈🏾

      The mission could NOT be more critically urgent 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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  39. ATheoK says:

    Jordan effectively efficiently crammed his few minutes of time with a rapid fire well chosen short questions. A power packed effective destruction of Nadler’s whine.

    Liked by 3 people

  40. not2worryluv says:

    Who in the GOP though Castor would me the best attorney to represent them at these hearings?
    The guy lost his Ju Ju or never had it to begin with to go after the DEMS.
    Was he Lindsey Graham’s Pajama Boy?


  41. willthesuevi says:

    Good job Representative Jordan.

    I was cracking up though when he was asking Castor questions. Reminded me of Diamond & Silk.

    Go get ’em Tiger!

    Liked by 1 person

  42. Hans says:

    So the impeachment articles have been announced. It is obvious to me the Jim Jordan , Nunes and others have done their job with only two vague items.

    This morning on Fox News a previous Federal Attorney commented how weak the articles were and would not stand up.. Too late for Fox to spin and it was in the same segment announcing the impeachment article.

    There also was a very negative vibe displayed by Nancy and company at the presser… they just snuck out of the room no questions …

    Liked by 1 person

  43. Paul in Seattle says:

    That was epic.


  44. Skidroe says:

    Pinky, can you elaborate more on the Kenyan fraud? Sounds interesting. Feel like I have missed something. Thanks!


  45. The Boss says:

    Little lawyer Goldman looked like he was going to puke when Jim Jordan started wrapping up following his questioning.


  46. Skidroe says:

    Through all my long years of sales and being in the position of hiring others, during the interviews if I found a person who went through 4 years of high school and College wrestling and was successful I would hire that person in a heart beat. They always seemed to be more tenacious , hard working,and disciplined than most. Remember they tried to ruin Jordan as well as many others. Jordan 2024!

    Liked by 2 people

  47. kleen says:

    We need to take back the house and impeach Obama, Biden, Pelosi, Schiff, Nadler etc. Impeach the crooks, and we have actual crimes committed to use against them. Bribes, abusing their power to enrich themselves …it goes on.


  48. Skidroe says:

    Dee Paul, you made my day! MORE PLEASE!

    Liked by 2 people

  49. nobodyspecial1958 says:

    What times we live in.
    On a different subject, I just saw Lindsey Graham talking about Trump and Pompeo meeting later today with the Russian foreign minister. He looks like he was just told he would be shot at noon. What gives? He looks terrified. Could it have something to do with his involvement in foreign aid kickbacks? Anyone here have an idea?


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