Devin Nunes: The FISA Court and FBI “Dirty Cops” are Working Together to Harm Americans…

As you listen to this please keep in mind that Devin Nunes is the Ranking Member, former Chairman, of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.  Devin Nunes is increasing his warning tone and signals to Americans.

All nuance, pretense and subtlety is now being dropped. Rep. Nunes is openly stating that FBI officials and FISA judges are working together with the *intent* to conspire against the American people.   Pause, and let this sink in…. slowly.


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295 Responses to Devin Nunes: The FISA Court and FBI “Dirty Cops” are Working Together to Harm Americans…

  1. Magabear says:

    But tick tock Hannity assures us every night that 99.99999999% of all FBI agents are good people. Why worry, right? 🙄

    Liked by 3 people

  2. Kent says:

    …..I’ve been stewing in this, and more, for years….waiting…waiting….then along came Trump…the American people need to hear what the leftist media does not want them to know…and it’s changing…it’s coming out despite the efforts of the leftist media and RINO republican and democrat seditionists…..slowly but surely.

    I think Robert Ludlum would have LOVED this were he still with us……….

    Liked by 4 people

    • rcogburn says:

      America woke up on the beach with amnesia like Jason Bourne, with someone after us, but we didn’t know who

      Liked by 1 person

      • Some of us have known who for thirty years thanks to the evil bastard ghw bush and his infamous but mostly ignored or unknown “new world order” speech made from OUR oval office.

        The end of American sovereignty, the absolute assurance we would never experience actual liberty, and the enslavement of Americans “officially” by the globalist bankster/corporatist psychopaths.

        Totalitarian feudalism for all, in fascist nature… every f’ing war has been leading up to this, with china as the model state for their “utopian” nightmare that they dream of 24/7.

        We have to get behind our President and fight. It’s going to take all of us left that are sane!

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        • ballgame17 says:

          Damn I hate myself for voting for that rat bastard GHWB —he told us who he was during the Reagan primary ( Voodoo economics, one -world order) and as his Iago-like VP. Then I was fooled by the dimwit GWB. I was fooled twice or as dimwit would say: “There’s an old saying in Tennessee — I know it’s in Texas, probably in Tennessee — that says, fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can’t get fooled again.”. Wow! Double Wow . He better take care of the injured and DECEASED troops he sent to Iraq to toady up to Daddy Bush being targeted in Kuwait. I despise the Bushes!


  3. Seadoc66 says:

    Special Note: To each and every American I say, take note. As I detail below, there is only one reason we are finally seeing what I have observed since May of 1960. The one reason the “Dark Side” is finally being exposed for all us to see is thanks to the courage of one man, D. J. Trump!

    TO: President Trump, Americans
    cc: All on the Left and/or on the Fence

    Mr. President, my fellow Americans, let’s all thank Mrs. Pelosi, Adam Schiff, Jerry Nadler, and all of those players in the Congress, the bureaucracy, the media, etc… who have participated in what I will simply refer to as a ‘Resistance Movement’. They have validated without a reasonable doubt not only the 12 lessons learned (see below) that I introduced to the citizens of my community in 1989 after 26 years as a military officer and into my third year as their police chief, but the four I have added since President Trump’s election. Also, their actions have started an avalanche of information revealing a level of corruption matching or exceeding what most of us old cops came to know over 30 years ago (see next paragraph). I personally cannot wait to watch the difference styles of dancing we are bound to see from those trying to manage damage control!

    The lessons learned presented below were to be the preface of a yet to be published book titled: Rape, Pillage, Plunder; America, You’ve Been Had & It’s Your Own Damn Fault! To date the book has not been published due to the large amount of still classified information therein. I will reveal that the book discusses the results of a Senate requested investigation as to the actual relationships between the governments of the United States, Panama, China, Russia, other nations, certain international banking organizations, and the international drug trade/money laundering ring operating in/around the Panama Canal. The investigation was requested to address concerns of senators regarding issues related to turning control of the Panama Canal over to the government of Panama. For your information; in addition to the names of several officials in the Carter Administration, one first term senator (J. Biden) and one state attorney general (W. Clinton) made it on to the list of individual subjects. Note: I suspect that investigation was included in those items buried in the same grave as Manual A. Noriega!

    Please, asking for your tolerance for one final comment from an old retired cop. The events surrounding and/or occurring within the parameters the so-called Special Prosecutor (Mueller) Investigation of Russian/Trump collusion/obstruction of justice in/around the 2016 National elections were by no stretch of any DOJ and/or other federal government statutes/laws/regulations/SOP’s/etc… an investigation. It was crystal clear that all of the activities before, during, and after the Mueller affair were/are a collection of grossly screwed up attempts to maintain the power of the long established oligarchy and distract from learning the real facts surrounding the 2016 election and post election efforts to negate the 2016 presidential elections.

    A Soldier/Cop’s Lessons Learned

    1. Soldiers (ground combat soldiers, that is) do not fight first and foremost for their country, the flag, motherhood, nor apple pie. Before all else, soldiers engaged in ground combat fight for their fellow soldiers and their unit.

    2. The Seven C’s of Leadership according to a 1980 survey of 1646 of Vietnam era ground combat veterans listed of the order of their importance are; Candor, Competence, Consistency, Commitment, Courage, Compassion, and Courtesy. The reason the soldiers in the survey chose the word “candor” is because to them candor encompasses both omission and co-mission. To a combat soldier lack of absolute candor, be it co-mission or omission, are equal sins! In short, soldiers expect/demand absolute candor from their leaders before all else.

    3. The most cost effective personnel management tool for incompetent personnel assigned to leadership positions in combat units (and probably elsewhere) is “Fragging!” Note: Those unfamiliar with the term “Fragging” should just ask any Vietnam era veteran, or send me a self addressed envelope with a note from your doctor providing that you can handle moderate levels of stress.

    4. The American people are the most effectively lied to people in modern times thanks primarily to the American political class, the American bureaucracy, the American media, and American academia.

    5. Arrogance coupled with ignorance equals stupidity.

    6. The greatest threats to the American people are the corrupt and/or incompetent politicians/bureaucrats/academicians found at every level of government/academia, and the majority of the American so-called media.

    7. Most of the politicians/bureaucrats/academicians I have encountered during my years as a soldier/cop I most kindly refer to as; self-serving, witless, cowards.

    8. The American Profession of Arms and our brothers/sisters in blue have failed to protect the American people from all of their enemies, both foreign and most especially domestic.

    9. My guns were always turned in the wrong direction.

    10. Washington, DC is the most target rich environment I have encountered in all of my years as a soldier/cop.

    11. If recalled to active military service the only position I will accept is; Commander, Revolutionary Forces.

    12. There are only two primary requirements to be a career soldier and/or cop in America. One must be smart enough to do the work and dumb enough to take the job.

    13. American soldiers and police officers must in addition to mastering all of their professionally mandated tasks, learn to accomplish the same with at least one arm tied behind their backs and their vision impaired 50% or more. (Added 2019)

    14. After carefully watching the whole of the political class since Donald J. Trump walked down that escalator in Trump Tower to date, I can say without reservation that most of the group will sell their souls and our bodies just to remain in power. (Added 2019)

    15. Want to see what the United States of America will look like if the left takes control of the government? Take your pick, New York City, Baltimore, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, or the complete package; California. (Added 2019)

    16. If the so-called resistance movement continues unchecked a number of able veterans are going to be presented with a challenge/decision. Are the American people worth another drop of our sweat and/or our blood? (Added 2019)
    Charles W. Lauderdale

    Soldier/Cop/Grunt, Retired
    1. Character is to man what carbon is to steel.
    2. A man who trims himself to suit others will soon whittle himself away!
    3. An ounce of gold cannot buy a second of time.
    4. It is far more difficult to judge one’s self than to judge others!

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    • Phil aka Felipe says:

      Thanks for posting this Seadoc66.

      “Are the American people worth another drop of our sweat and/or our blood?”

      Tough question. Maybe not. But the Constitution and the Founding Principles in the Declaration of Independence are; if you have children and grandchildren they are worth sweat and blood I would think.

      Those principles are demonstrated in “Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God.”

      “For when we were yet without strength, in due time Christ died for the ungodly. For scarcely for a righteous man will one die: yet peradventure for a good man some would even dare to die. But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.”

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    • James W Wilson says:

      Great observation, being a Vietnam vet I totally understand everything you posted, danang66, 311th air commando sq, candlestick flares, once the swamp got control they will never give it back, our country has been taken over by lawyers who have destroyed everything they touch, there is not anything we do that hasn’t been touched by legalize, I am eagerly looking forward to your book, thanks for all you have done, it is amazing how we have fallen as a nation in the last 50 years, it can be reversed but not without some real ass kicking


    • Another, ancient, word for “candor” is “forthrightness”. Commonly known as “looking one in the eye”.

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  4. lindashawn says:

    God help us.Sometimes it feels overwhelming but then I remember God gave us Trump because he knew he was a fighter for justice. With God all things are possible. I’d pray justice comes quickly.

    Liked by 16 people

    • Patience says:

      Amen !

      Liked by 3 people

      • SW Richmond says:

        Early in the clip Nunes says “the [FISA] judges are refusing to take action”? Covering their own complicity? Does anyone need more evidence that the “rule of law” does not exist here?

        Liked by 10 people

        • I’ve thought all along the FISA judges, and that leads to Chief Justice Roberts, are all part of the coup.

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          • MVW says:

            “the FISA judges, and that leads to Chief Justice Roberts, are all part of the coup.”

            This is the inescapable nuclear bomb. SCOTUS is supposed to be the arbiter, unassailable, the rock of our Democracy, which is why these justices are there for life. Yet, here is the Chief of that court, John Roberts, and he is in the thick of the swamp, a key swamp player.

            Sometimes inaction is the most important action. Jeff Sessions played his part (not by accident) through critical inaction. John Roberts, too, is doing just that, and that too is not by accident.

            So, both houses of the legislature, the top court, the executive agencies, intel, law enforcement, prosecution are corrupted.

            Choppy water.

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          • walt39 says:

            And in thinking about impeachment being tried in the Senate we should bear in mind that the Chief Justice presides.

            I’ve seen a trial in which an innocent person was convicted by an evil judge. He simply blocked all the exculpatory evidence and rejected objections to the most horrifically misleading slanders until it was done.

            What happens to our country if the Senate case is corrupted by the judge?

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            • Boots says:

              What happens to our country if the Senate case is corrupted by the judge?

              Use the Second Amendment for what it was meant….to shoot our way to liberty, again.

              Does anyone for a moment think these evil SOBs will go away when Trump’s out in 2024? They’ll stop when Trump’s not removed from office? Or they’ll suddenly get a conscience and turn into do gooders?

              No, no. A thousand times no. There are two and only two things that will stop them; shooting those enslaving us, or praying to the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

              The first would work only if we had state’s mililtias that were heavily armed, highly trained for such a war, in communication with each other, and most of all, had a plan for such a war. The lone individual or small groups that might roar in blasting from pickup trucks and then roar out would cause no small worry and temporarily stop the juggernaut of tyranny now rolling over us.

              But the armed goons of government, military, and Natl Guard would be a formidable foe. And make no mistake. The military will kill Americans who are fighting for their freedom. If you have a tribe, a defensible place, and supplies, you can make a final stand and take out some of those coming to take you out, and so make them all think twice about the path the country’s on.

              The second option might not give the immediate satisfaction as shots fired in anger, and hitting the targets, however, throughout the founding documents the leaders’ reliance and belief in God is clear. As they did now we should do. Because it’s Him who builds up and tears down nations and leaders.

              Option 3 is a combination of 1 and 2. I do not know which is the right one. I only know what my tipping point is, who my tribe is, and where to go when the time comes.


        • huecowacko says:

          It’s far past the time that the part of the FISCs/Judges be pointed out; they’ve skated so far, but I’ve been thinking they have to be complicit.

          Liked by 3 people

          • CM-TX says:

            They had an OBLIGATION to PROTECT the interests of those being targeted… instead they used a rubber-stamp!

            Where the he11 is the oversight part of the equation? Someone that represents the PRIVACY of Private Citizens– people like Carter Page + the INEVITABLE 2-Hop party’s to infinity??

            No, Instead the FISC BLINDLY trusted these Fed Agencies (ie. The BAD Guys) to simply be honest, ethical, & forthcoming!

            Based on what?
            Reputation/History? ❌
            Maybe it was all the accountability for any past abuse of power?❌
            Always being professional & honorable in the lower Courts? ❌

            Did they somehow miss the frustrated (underling) Judges who cited D0J for an Institutional-Wide LACK of ETHICS… calling out countless VIOLATIONS, holding in CONTEMPT, the need for granting later DISMISSALS/ APPEALS?? This has been going on for YEARS!


            • Jan says:

              October 21, 2016, the FISC grants the Carter Page FISA Warrant
              October 24, 2016, Adm. Rogers, NSA, orally informs the FISA Court that the DOJ report
              was false and that numerous people had been illegally surveilled
              October 26, 2016, he filed his report in writing with the FISC

              Why wouldn’t the Chief Justice convene all the FISC judges, review the report together and suspend recently issued FISA warrants until matters could be straightened out? Why wouldn’t the Carter Page app stick out like a huge alert because it involved investigating the Trump campaign????

              To me, this is right up there with the FBI not giving the Trump campaign a defensive briefing. And it gives me no confidence in the FISC or Chief Justice Roberts. And we know the abuse continues.

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        • Maximus_Legitimus says:

          The FISA court, being a secret body, hides in the darkness. Their lack of action in holding accountable the ‘law enforcement’ officers who willingly presented false documents for the FISA warrants on the Trump campaign reveals they are complicit. The FBI and the FISA court should be eliminated. The FBI can be rebuilt with men and women possessed of integrity. The FISA court is an abomination to the very founding of the United States.


    • DeWalt says:

      My hope and prayer is, when he finds he cannot do it alone, he is a good commander.

      Liked by 1 person

    • NC Nana says:

      In Jesus name, amen.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Lenny says:

      For your lips to God’s ear.


  5. JackB says:

    It’s taken 2 years to get Horowitz to confirm Devin Nunes memo. Devin begged PDJT to declassify the FISA application back then, instead of taking Devin’s advice, PDJT listened to Rosenstein and continues to this day to prevent sunshine by now delegating to Barr all the declassification.

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  6. Patience says:

    The coast is clear!!!!
    Come out, come –wherever you are.
    >Ollie, Ollie, Come in free!


  7. Sentient says:

    And of course, the person in charge of the FISA court… John Roberts, who will be presiding over the impeachment trial. Is there any chance that the senate could vote to have a secret ballot about removing the president?

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  8. Zombie says:

    It’s even worse, the MSM propagandists have to be included in any coup discussion.


  9. 2Alpha says:

    As I recall, Frank Church and his gang of Democrats wanted to rein in abuses by the CIA and other ‘agencies’ so they created this FISA Court. What a crock.
    Instead of punishing the CIA or disbanding it all together, Church and his cronies decided to create a ‘watchdog’ that would filter the requests for warrants to make sure they had REAL probable cause.
    As a result, all that happened was that the ‘alphabet agencies’ created their respective ‘work-a-rounds’ to continue business as usual.
    This FISA Court is nothing but a socialist construct to provide cover for abuse.

    Enter Chief Justice Roberts. It seems the man is somehow compromised. His behavior hasn’t been consistent nor predictable. Not a good look for a judge. Roberts doesn’t provide oversight, but he does do the hiring…
    Now the FISA Court is being exposed as a ‘compromised’, maybe even ‘corrupt’ endeavor.
    So, does the FISA Court reflect the personality of the Chief Justice or is it just a bad idea?


    • Chief Justice is corrupt.


      • X XYZ says:

        Who will impeach the man who gave us Obamacare? Nobody can. SC justices are not only above the law – they ARE the ultimate arbiters of what the law IS. The can literally justify anything, and they do, usually based upon their own biases, and NO ONE CAN EVER TELL THEM THEY ARE WRONG. Besides which they are appointed for life, with no mandatory retirement.

        Pretty nice gig, eh? Forget congress, the senate and the presidency. Being a SC justice is the ultimate position of power. “Nice work if you can get it…”

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    • anthonydog says:

      According to “The Whistleblower Tapes” Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts was under surveillance with “The Hammer” for “blackmail and leverage.”… based upon that we should be concerned at the very least —- and demand an investigation of Roberts and how Robert’s decisions have been impacted by the illegal surveillance Brennan, Clapper and Obama were illegally running on all of America— including on Chief Justice Roberts and 156 Article III judges.

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  10. RobInPA says:

    Looks like Nunes has come down with a serious case of Cold Anger!

    May his Cold Anger give him the strength, inspiration and motivation to drive out the virus that has invaded and sickened our Country!!

    Liked by 8 people

  11. ruckustom says:

    We’re going to wake up one day in chains. About 20% of Americans will know exactly why; 30% will have some inkling; and 50% won’t have any idea at all.

    See those late night shows of interviews of “The Man On The Street”. Folks can’t even name who the (vice) president is.

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  12. Ausonius says:

    In the middle of the 19th-century, Benjamin Disraeli, a novelist of modest talents, wrote novels setting forth a Conservative Weltanschauung whereby certain issues of basic human freedom united the people from the rich through the middle class down to the poor.

    It is beyond time for a similar philosophy to be spread against the Globalists, the Socialists, the Neo-Communists,* and against the Totalitarian Ecomaniacs: Freedom is what America stands for, NOT a nanny state waiting to micromanage every aspect of Life and wrap all Americans in the strangulating swaddling clothes of the Security of a Police State, Fake Fraternity, Eugenics, and Mind Control.

    And yet, as has often been noted, it is the egotistic, lazy, and fearful personality who gravitates toward Totalitarianism, until it is too late for him. We now have almost two generations reared by idiotic parents buying into the false psychology of “No Negative Discipline, Please!” and “My child can do no wrong…so you are the problem!”

    “Sacrifices must be made for security and the greater good and fairness!” How many millions of unthinking Americans nod their heads like bobbing geese in agreement with that insidious statement?

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  13. WeThePeople2016 says:

    I am glad that Nunes is saying this about the FISA judges. I am tired of those pundits on our side saying the judges were lied to. I have been shouting at the TV for some time now saying, no they were not duped. They were in on it and willingly participated in it. The next question is, what is going to be done about it?

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  14. xcontra says:

    It worries me, something that Nunes revealed: the judges are not cooperating. That, to me, is a reason to take the entire FISA apparatus apart and dismiss those judges.

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  15. Curtis Gomes says:

    I was in law enforcement for over 40 years. I secured numerous warrants as the investigating officer and the affiant. I said it before, 2 years back, when the FISA presiding Judge Rosemary Collyer released her review of the Carter page FISA Application. The Steele “dossier”, of course, was the basis for the original warrant and central to it’s issuance. If, in the course of my duties, I had brought this type of document, with these salacious and bizarre claims to ANY judge I was dealing with, there would have a great deal of scrutiny and questions directed to me. Certainly, my verification and confirmation or these probable cause facts would be required and not in just a cursory manner. Any judge with a whit of common sense, would have instantly had their interest peaked by these set of facts (?). Surely there would have been some degree of skepticism. Not here. Why not? I have ALWAYS been suspicious of these FISA court judges. If these people are intentionally dishonest or biased, then what is the mechanism for holding them accountable? Short Answer: They is none! I still believe the FISA judges, who reviewed this application, were dishonest during the process. How could any reasonable person, let alone an experienced judge who is suppose to review this application, not ask for and require some semblance of verification? Especially on something of this magnitude! With the creation of the Patriot Act and of the secret FISA court we have forged a monster. One that is politically motivated and accountable to virtually no one! Insanity……………
    I believe the court is highly culpable here.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      “How could any reasonable person, let alone an experienced judge who is suppose to review this application, not ask for and require some semblance of verification? Especially on something of this magnitude!”

      Since the time when this whole charade started to become more and more exposed… yours is the question for which no plausible deniability exists.

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    • California Joe says:

      Curtis, the FISA judges are ordinary federal district court judges delegated FISA duties on a rotating basis. Like you, I have been in Federal law enforcement for 40 years and have testified in Grand Jury and in federal trials dozens and dozens of times. I have prepared affidavits for a search warrant and arrests many times. Each fact outlined in the affidavit is verified over and over, not just by the agent but by attorneys too, before it goes to the judge. Then the affidavit and supporting evidence are emailed to the judge a day early so he can read it thoroughly. Afterwards the agent goes to the private chambers of the judge and answers any questions before raising his right hand and swearing under oath that the affidavit and supporting documents are true and correct. There’s no way leaving out exculpatory evidence time after time is a mistake!!! They were trying to frame the President of the United States for a crime that never even happened!

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      • Curtis Gomes says:

        Thanks for your service. Everything you write is spot on. Does anyone remember the first FISA court judge Contreras. He had to recuse himself….. because he was compromised. So help me there is something nefarious about this entire arrangement and this is ONLY the tip of the iceberg…


    • X XYZ says:

      “Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity.”

      In this case it’s probably more like chronic bureaucratic ennui. An application comes before the judge(s). “Oh, this one came from FBI? CIA? No problem. No need to read it… rubber stamp, rubber stamp, All done! Can I go to lunch now?”

      This one came in after lunch? Rubber stamp, rubber stamp… The court will now stand in recess. ZZZ. Wake me when it’s time to go home. Actually there’s a social event on capitol hill tonight that I want to attend…

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    • honoraryintern says:

      It’s been reported the FISA court saw 3 warrant applications and rejected the first two.

      1st point: allies of Clinton inside FBI/court/DoJ reported the failures to the Clinton organization,, who then responded with the construction of the Steal (as in an election) dossier. Secret court not so secret if you know the right people.

      2nd point: The judge that had to recuse himself after accepting Flynn’s guilty plea, (Contrais?) was discussed in the Page/Stroke emails as being a friend. Who controlled case assignments to get the desired outcome with the “right” judge? Just how deep are the corrupt-o-crats buried? How corrupt is FISA?


    • George 1 says:

      The FISA judges were in on it pure and simple. They wanted the information they were given to be true, so they imagined it so.


  16. Bigly says:

    It’s about time! Nunes , we needed this fight 2 years ago when schiff framed you on an ethics charge to slow you down.

    Please keep up the fire! We need fight! We are in the fight of our lives


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  17. Bryan Alexander says:

    “We are a nation of laws.”

    That is incorrect. We are a nation of unenforced laws. And unpunished lawbreakers.

    I still believe the acquittal of William Jefferson Clinton for Perjury was one of the darkest days of the Republic. On that day we officially condoned lying by our politicians.

    The politicians did not forget the lessons of Bill Clinton. And neither did the FBI.

    If you don’t prosecute Perjury by government employees, they will utilize it to do whatever they want to American Citizens.

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    • X XYZ says:

      “We are a nation of unenforced laws. And unpunished lawbreakers.”

      I would express it somewhat differently. We are a nation of selective enforcement and selective prosecutions. Or, should we call them persecutions?.


  18. mopar2016 says:

    Obviously our elected politicians think that we’re too stupid to see their corruption, and I doubt they care if we do see it. Nunes is being mocked for being right.
    They’ve accused Devin Nunes of concocting “conspiracy theories” for a long time now.
    My dog is smarter than Schiff and Nadler.

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  19. CM-TX says:

    Doesn’t look like things went well or welcoming for Schiffhead … 😂

    (We tried to warn them… they wouldn’t listen. It’s only going to get worse for all these SEDITIOUS CONSPIRATORS. They can run, but they can’t hide.)

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  20. Bob, Esq. says:

    This Was No Boat Accident

    Hooper: There are no functioning organs of government remaining. May I have a glass of water please? Right arm of oversight has been severed, with massive power loss in the legislature. Thank you very much. Profundus statum diverted counterintelligence apparatus in attempt to appoint a president—while framing up nuclear armed Russia—in direct violation of the Declaration…. Partially denuded [sovereignty] remaining…

    This was no boat accident. Did you notify the Judge Advocate General about this?

    Brody: No. It’s out of their jurisdiction…,

    Hooper: In propria causa nemo judex.

    Brody: Excuse me?

    Hooper: I said no, they’re all that’s left. Do not smoke in here! Thank you very much. So this is what happens. It indicates the non-frenzied feeding of a large froda, either fraude traditore or Cardinali tyrannus. Now, the enormous amount of sanctimony and misinformation echoed by servile government propagandists prevents a thorough analysis; however, the attacking froda must be considerably larger than any normal froda found in these waters. Didn’t you get on a boat and check out these waters?

    Brody: The Inspector General ruled it a boat accident.

    Hooper: Well, this is not a boat accident! It wasn’t any propeller, it wasn’t any coral reef, and it wasn’t Jack the Ripper! It was treason.

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  21. Patience says:

    Comey: ‘There is no such thing as absolute privacy in America’
    Mar 08, 2017 · James Comey: ‘There is no such thing as absolute privacy in America’ – CNNPolitics FBI Director James Comey warned Wednesday that Americans should not have expectations of “absolute privacy,”…


  22. Luz Maria Rodriguez says:

    And, teamed with a complicit msm, that corrupted have been formable.
    Who could argue that the msm is NOT the enemy of the people? None.


  23. Abster says:

    This is all so depressing! I had to run out for Peanut M&M’s.


  24. Richie says:

    That reminds me…Rosemary Collyers terms ends this March.


  25. mr.piddles says:

    Durham better drop the effing Hammer Of Truth on these traitors to The American People, that’s all I gotta say. The likes of Comey and Brennan need to be made examples of unacceptable abuses of power and conspiratorial shredding of the U.S. Constitution… on any levels. A warning to future generations of Comey’s and Brennan’s — if this is your agenda, then this is the outcome.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Rynn69 says:

    If that is the case, Barr and Durham are going to do NOTHING but low level BS. PDJT and American people need to figure out how justice can get done in the second term.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Ackman419 says:

    Ohhhh, that letter to Schitthead!
    Now, if we can just arrest that traitor and throw his ass in Gitmo……
    But a scathing letter. Nunes was on fire with that thing.
    Do something Barr!


  28. Don L says:

    Conservatives, who by nature, seek to trust people–not control them–have been far more than naive and gullible in not immediately assuming that the FISA judges couldn’t possibly be part of the coup?


  29. Chump Change says:

    The FISA judges are protecting the swamp, and will not prosecute the lies told to them by dirty cops in the FBI.

    Fire every single FISA judge and shut down this corrupt institution that is a danger to our Republic. Then prosecute.


  30. George 1 says:

    Former CIA officer Kevin Shipp in the attached article says Eric Holder is signaling that elements of the deep state are in full panic mode.

    I pray he is correct.


  31. dawg says:

    Apparently Nunes has faith in Durham, so thats a good sign.

    In response to Marias question about Comey, his first response” “Who cares what he says.”

    Thank you NUNES! EXACTLY what Im saying! So refreshing to hear him say that. Perfect response to the question.


  32. elsuperbus says:

    I always suspected Chief Justice Roberts gave the FISC the order to stand down. Nunes just confirmed it.


  33. For a fictional account of highest-level corruption on a scale matching today’s, and the kind of human heroes needed to fight and ultimately defeat it, I commend the Lensman series of books by E. E. “Doc” Smith, and just about all of the books by Robert A. Heinlein. Both had the corruption going all the way back to Atlantis; Doc Smith envisioned its beginnings in a primordial collision between our galaxy and another, “Dark” galaxy, whose inhabitants embodied every kind of evil we know (and, in that fictional universe, were responsible for its presence, and continual eruption, in our area of galactic space).

    I know, I know, “kid stuff”…but they show the authors of the 1930s and 40s (through the 80s, for Heinlein) were well aware of the presence of entrenched, near-universal, corruption in “officialdom”. They were part of “the greatest generation” that won WWII. They knew true moral character and wrote of it.


  34. shipley130 says:

    Enjoy your freedom while you still have it, former director of the FBI.


  35. Antonio says:

    Not only should Trump watch his back, this Congressman should, too.

    In a sane, free country, there would be no such thing as the FISA court, maybe not even intelligence agencies and the FBI. But since we don’t live in a sane, free country, these entities exist.

    I don’t like many members of Congress, but Mr. Nunes deserves every true American’s sincere thanks for the work he has done.


  36. bluebongo says:

    I flew both counter-drug and counter-terrorism missions here in the states with the FBI. It got really strange when the fusion centers went live and we started surveillance on cops.


  37. karenms56 says:

    Retired NSA Intelligence Analyst here, have been trying in vane to alert news and the public to the FISA Watchlist scam for years. It is the core of a take-down of America program run by the New World Order/Deep State seditionist operatives. Terrorist Watchlist targets innocent Americans and pays dirtbag Americans to murder them. The scum eradicate to patriots, Constitutionalists, veterans, etc. for under the table “gift cards”. National network of fake patriots set up called INFRAGARD, etc. run by treasonous Fusion Centers. They need to be hanged.


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