Gohmert: Trump Presidency Exposed Scope of Deep State Corruption and Influence…

Tammy Bruce is filling in for Sean Hannity. Refreshing. Congressman Louie Gohmert discusses the status of the political impeachment effort and Speaker Pelosi’s refusal to send the articles to the Senate.   Ms. Bruce notes the DC reaction to an outsider administration was predictable; President Trump is adverse to their self-interests.

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179 Responses to Gohmert: Trump Presidency Exposed Scope of Deep State Corruption and Influence…

  1. Ironclaw says:

    The greatest gift of Trump is that he gets leftists to show their butts. Hat tip to Bongino and I would extend that to the entire administrative state. Even looking at the ridiculous impeachment sham hearings, most of it was based on policy differences, not legality.

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    • Hans. says:

      The biggest policy difference being.. who controls foreign policy ..the State Dept or president Trump. In other words.. who determines the amount of foreign aid and who receives it,..And of course how much is laundered and wind it’s way back to corrupted congressmen….

      Add to that the amount paid to Soros NGO’s.

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      • The Devilbat says:

        As of 2012 The UN boasted 193 members, and the U.S. provided economic assistance to 184 of them, or 96% of the countries in the world.

        Now that we have seen the corruption of a US vice president in Ukraine, the question has to be asked as to how much of the foreign aid to the other 183 countries finds its way back to the DC swamp year after year? Are we seeing just the tip of an iceberg? We even give aid to China using money that we borrow from them with interest.

        The link below is to an old article from 2012. It is virtually impossible to find a full current list of countries receiving US aid by doing a search on the internet. Try it yourself and see.

        https://www.forbes.com/sites/othercomments/2014/10/15/u-s-gives-financial-aid-to-96-of-all-countries/#54fed7a5ccb9

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        • Sundance,
          Is there a balance sheet that totals every dime in all taxes taken in from the entire fifty states, and a corresponding list of every dime spent, anywhere, by the US and state governments. Anything… some massive balance sheet, or spread sheet…. Start with a basic one, big blocks, then refine to line item details.

          God bless the USA.

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        • scrap1ron says:

          How else would the vast majority of Congress critters, their famlies & friends, become multi-millionaires while in office if not for corruption such as this? Why else would any sane person who is not already a billionaire, spend millions to campaign for a Congressional job that pays at most 200-300 grand a year?

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          • Thanks for posting Steve.
            209 countries for fiscal year 2019, We certainly have a lot of friends like Russia, China and Iran. The real oxymoron to me is that our Department of INTERIOR gives foreign aid to 85 countries.
            Seems that it is time to update the name from USAID to CCF (Congressional Compensation Fund)

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            • Paprika says:

              Actually, you’re citing 2017 figures from the site Steve posted. In 2018 the figures go down and the 2019 figures show far less–but 2019 is only partial figures and not complete yet.

              So President Trump has been working on it, but still a long way to go. And everything you posted still holds true regardless of the lowering amounts.

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        • coltlending says:

          You have it wrong.

          Foreign Aid at this juncture is used sort of like the rational Fast & Furious was.

          You see, beginning with the Obola Administration, Foreign Aid was reconstructed to reduce the U.S. deficit.

          All the money that you misrepresent as “kickbacks” are not kickbacks at all.

          The recipiants of the money in Congress and their families who benefit from it with jobs in turn pass the money on to the U.S. Treasury.

          To a large extent it has also been the catalyst for the recent bullish economy. /s

          It’s one of those rare examples of bi-partisanship.

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          • Orygun says:

            A form of backhand stimulus using our political class only. Good one!

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          • warrprin1 says:

            coltlending, you’ve truly got the Swamp schictk (sp) down beautifully. You had me going for a minute, thinking you were a troll nutty enough to post those remarks in the middle of a serious Treehouse discussion. Good one.

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          • Issy says:

            Congress is so benevolent, giving back the money they stole from us just to stimulate the economy. Good one!

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          • raxley says:

            That’s some good sarcasm, and I thought it was liberal propaganda until I saw the /s. Did you copy that off a liberal site? It’s a perfect example of liberalspeak. and I am SURE that this is how the liberals in the State Dept. think and rationalize our massive spending on foreign aid.
            It’s beyond ‘sarcastic’-I don’t know what to call it-but it has the ‘ring’ of truth that liberals think this way.

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        • litlbit2 says:

          Great question finally asked, imho, we should do the same process with city, state, local governments as they provide a risk free environment for “friendly investors” through taxpayer development! Only problem would be finding a clean auditing business to clean it up. Higher taxes anyone?

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        • TheLastDemocrat says:

          At the Forbes link, it seems like we are giving 50 billion in foreign aid annually.
          People: consider this: our private charitable giving out of the USA to other countries dwarfs this. We are giving over 350 billion.

          Keep this in mind when we consider “essential” functions of government. We are at the close of the year. Now, the increased standard deduction keeps me from itemizing my deductions such as charitable giving. But in my tax returns up until that recent change, I can look back and see what I gave to the federal government – it is very clear, on one line – my tax burden. And, I can look at one line and see my charitable contributions.

          Mostly because I tithe, plus we support a crisis pregnancy center on top of that, and because I donate to nearly every fundraiser when a friend or family member asks (I don’t give to Komen, due to their PP ties, but give to another org with the same goals and so inform the requester doing the 3-day walk or whatever), my private, out-of-pocket charitable giving is greater than what I give the federal government.

          We have to realize OUR power. And, realize that the government is NOT the solution to everything. All we are getting with this money is entrenched politics and big government insiders who are not accountable to us AT ALL.

          In the (D) party, there is an anti-cronyism sentiment. Traditionally, (D) do not like when Big Business and Government cozy up to thwart the virtuous goals of government.

          “The American philanthropic sector welcomed last week the release of the Giving USA 2016 report that shows a considerable growth of charitable giving, with contributions exceeding $373 billion for 2015.”

          https://www.cafamerica.org/remarkable-rise-international-giving/

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          • mugzey302 says:

            And now we have to consider who gets our tithes in light of the corruption, sex abuse, money laundering, human trafficking of organized religion groups. It’s disgusting.

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        • ann says:

          “Aid to 96%! 👀⁉️
          “Are we just seeing the tip of the iceberg?”

          Pertinent question, Devilbat.

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        • Darklich123 says:

          You hit the nail on the head. This is where all our elites money comes from. NGOs in other countries funneled money back into phony LLCs started it Delaware that are owned by our politicians. There is maybe 5-10% of honest politicians that don’t do this, but they are complicit for not outing out the entire fraud publicly.

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      • Mark L. says:

        The curious struggle between the Executive and Judicial branches is curious to watch. Too many challenges going before SCOTUS.

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      • dbobway says:

        Foreign governments dictators get ‘our’ weapons and money.
        And our ‘fateful’ rep’s skim their money off the top.
        Our government leaders working for……………themselves!
        What a country.

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        • dd_sc says:

          Keep in mind Team Obama (Peggy Neuland) backed the coup to get their choice in power.

          First you bring the nation down, then nation build to bring it back up. All the while investing in the companies that make the bombs and the bandages.

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          • warrprin1 says:

            I think you mean Victoria Neuland, from BHO regime, dd. *And I do mean Regime, as opposed to Administration. Perhaps the name Peggy Noonan, former speech writer to President Ronald Reagan, came to mind for you. Happens to me more frequently these days.

            Anyway, yes, Victoria Neuland appears to have bought into the corruption in a major way while on the job for Barry & Co., and Peggy Noonan, a previously formidable Conservative, and a formerly powerful, national voice for Conservatism, has gone A.W.O.L., as a result of TDS. Good riddance to both of them. May they both ring in the New Year with Bill Kristol and Friends.

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      • Concernedcitizen says:

        Since it is a given that Soros’ globalist anti-Americanism is damaging to the interests of the U.S., a worthy project for President Trump in his second term would be to take on Soros directly by exposing this demon for what he is. Most Americans aren’t aware of who Soros is, much less the damage he does to the Country through his left-wing NGO’s. A few Trump tweets challenging Soros at the appropriate time could get the ball rolling after the 2020 election – because it’s clear something needs to be done about Soros and his negative influence.

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        • Issy says:

          Isn’t he on a wanted list by the Russians?

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          • frances says:

            Yes Russia has a warrant out for his arrest from what I have read along with the senior Rothschild, Hungary also has a warrant out for Soros. I think it would be a great idea if Trump turned Soros in to one or the other, ideally Hungary.

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          • dbobway says:

            Soros is on the wanted list to most of Eastern Europe.
            The very people who recognize the Communists that murdered so many of their country men and made them slaves, is coming after all of us.
            Western Europe is going left so fast, rape has become a political tactic.
            Islam is trying to finish what they started, conquering Europe, when they were pushed back by the crusades.
            If your looking for courage for freedom, go talk to the Poles and the Czechs.

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        • mugzey302 says:

          Unfortunately he is an American citizen. Oh,wait, can he be charged with sedition/treason then??

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        • Fubu says:

          Soros recently gave his NGO Open Society $16 billion of his $24 billion of assets. Alex, I’ll take Judgement Proofing for Scoundrels for $1000 please.

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    • Zydeco says:

      It’s not even policy differences. It’s the power for one side to set policy and the power to totally control everything else.

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      • Bill Durham says:

        IMHO I have concluded that the Dems know they can’t beat Trump and are throwing the 2020 election to POTUS and the house back to the Republicans. The uniparty has concluded socialism is a bigger threat to the new world order than Trump. Nancy is purging the left wing in 2020. Same thing the Republicans did to the teaparty. The Dems want the globalist neocon warmongers back. The Bernie AOC crap is getting out of hand. They want to get back to starting a few wars to blow up all the tanks and planes Trump is buying. War is good business for everyone. The left is getting too powerful. So Nancy concocted an impeachment scam that would give Trump and the Republicans a boost and take out the left wing nuts. The Dems will be back in business in 2024. Once you see the strings…. The uniparty doesn’t just hate us, they hate the left too. This Kabuki theater gives us the illusion of choice.

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        • Maybe that’s exactly what Nasty Pelosi think’s she’s doing…

          Either way, it isn’t going to be what happens.

          Period. That isn’t what President Trump has in store for the globalist SCUM.

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          • Bill Durham says:

            Rona McDaniel Romney will make sure that the Republicans who win in 2020 are Rino’s. They will be globalist neocon warmongers who will be from the Paul Ryan wing. Choice is an illusion. They are all selected not elected…

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            • sat0422 says:

              I have a hard time trusting Rona McDaniel “Romney.” She just doesn’t seem right for the job and of course her connection to Mittens is troubling. I hesitate to send money if I think it is going to end up in the treasury of the Republican Party under her leadership.

              Recently, I was enlightened to some of the dealings of another institution I once trusted and that is the Heritage Foundation. While I love their yearly calendar, I haven’t sent them my money this year.
              Sooner or later, the values held by most individuals or institutions comes to the surface and often it is a surprise.

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            • abel says:

              imho,
              nancy is doing this for cover of all corruption. also, the fisa implosion really calls for getting rid of john roberts from the supreme court along with many other corrupt judges in lower courts. my guess is nancy would gladly do a fake rape or a fake impeachment to save a supreme court liberal who is compromised to dems. they can cheat at the presidential election and maybe she gets lucky and saves the liberal’s seat.

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            • Orygun says:

              That is not what I see at the grassroots level in my state which is solidly blue. The local Republican parties are very Pro-Trump but the at the state level they are still working to give the elections to the Dems.

              If we can get away from the secret ballot and have fair elections the RINO’s at the state level will be history along with the corrupt Dems stealing everyone’s tax money. I hope they are looking into the millions that disappeared when they built the Obamacare website that didn’t work.

              You are definitely right about our elections being an illusion of choice. Looking back over the years I didn’t vote because there was no one to vote for. That is truly voter suppression.

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        • The Devilbat says:

          That’s an interesting theory that I have not heard before.

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        • abel says:

          bdurham,
          very logical outlook. probably isn’t far off but i still feel they want communism/socialism. its easier to control. commies can still have wars. i do think nancy can purge the new runts by giving up the gavel, and like paul ryan she doesnt care about her parties power to a certain point, she cares only about her own power.
          it is all kabuki. these commies dont need to up the kabuki though they just kill the voters that figured them out and import dumber ones.

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          • bruzedorange says:

            I think a significant number in Washington are not ideologues, but are simply white collar criminals with a veneer of respectability, pursuing power and its fruit. But the surreptitious pursuit of political power leads inevitably to actions and strategies that parallel socialism or communism.

            I also think those players are then played by the true, international players like Soros and the CCP, who are ideologues. Most of the manipulators are themselves being manipulated.

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          • WhiteBoard says:

            hey abel,

            the uniparty is afraid of unified peoples ( aoc mobs; and deplorables). when they do the math they determined the deplorables were a greater forces and Trump was given the throne with conditions (unknown to him and we are seeing as the insurance policy).

            they suffice the deplorables hoping MAKING AMERICA GREAT AGAIN is enough to lull them to sleep. and they redesign GLOBALISM as making american the headquarters.

            the globalism is the goal. deplorables stopped the crash of America. GOAL 1 they must put the deplorables back to sleep living a middle class dream – and make sure their next strike is harder than ever and not seen coming at America.

            we have to rid the globalist ideal – and feed the individual soverignty negotiated COUNTRY FIRST friends ideal.

            Good luck – try not to go back to sleep. it will be hard with the economy.

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        • Donzo says:

          The problem with that theory is that removing the left-wing nuts entails removing Nancy herself first and foremost. And I say this as someone from San Francisco, although after 3 generations I’m finally packing my bags.

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          • Bill Durham says:

            Nancy Mitch and Chuck do not gain or lose power being in the majority or minority. It’s simply a title that is meaningless. They have power and are on the same team. It’s ceremonial. It’s like being head of the Water buffalo Lodge. They all get a turn. I thought you folks understood how the uniparty works? You are still thinking in childish terms like Dem-republican and liberal and conservative.

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          • dd_sc says:

            Pelosi is 79 and obviously showing signs of dementia. So her last act for the party will be to remove the AOC wing of the party and return to the Uniparty Kabuki theater. She’ll retire and get a golden parachute of some sort. I suspect daughter Christine is being groomed for that seat – Democrats do have a nice royalist streak to them after all.

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          • mickjt says:

            Donzo, welcome to Texas…stay away from the Lib Dens of stupid like Austin, San Antonio, Houston, Dallas…I live in the Hill Country and it’s great!

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        • The American Patriot says:

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    • fhb says:

      Carter page was and always be a CIA asset…that why comey says he does not feel sorry for him…Frank Watt wrote an article for American Thinker, that Page was targeted …yeah he was but as a volunteer….like have a rope attached to you as you go cave exploring, Page went to the Trump campaign..then the 7th floor & Brennan and all their goons [susan rice TOO] now had an “IN”…he is no innocent.

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      • Fubu says:

        Yep and for playing along, he was not indicted and therefore had none of the nightmare the others had, AND, he gets to sue US (the U.S. Government) for many millions for his trouble.

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    • moray watson says:

      This has little to do with policy differences. This is a morality play. Trump does not believe that the Swamp should be allowed to enrich itself and perpetuate itself at the expense of taxpayers. The Swamp needs power in order to continue with its corruption. Unstoppable force meets immovable object.

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  2. barnabusduke says:

    Such a fitting picture!

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  3. Sentient says:

    Great to expose it. Better to kill it.

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  4. I think it’s more apropos to say that Pres Trump has provoked the Administrative State left in place by Obama’s Shadow Government to break cover. He has outwitted every adversary, and every gambit the wise heads in all three branches of government and the Enemedia could think to throw at him. We’ve arrived at the tipping point. They’ve shot their wad. Pres Trump will write their epitaph.

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    • JohnCasper says:

      And their epitaph will be … … … Here lie the sons of a thousand fathers, all bastards like them.

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    • Dee Paul Deje says:

      “He has outwitted every adversary, and every gambit the wise heads in all three branches of government and the Enemedia could think to throw at him.” That right there is why nobody on our side should ever, EVER, say that POTUS needs to stop Tweeting. Every Tweet is planned. Every Tweet has meaning. And many many Tweets have caused the hidden enemy to expose themselves.

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      • mickjt says:

        Power and Corruption creates Arrogance, which causes carelessness, then we evolve to the eventual climax, STUPID and GREEDY, a toxic combination.

        Welcome to Politics. The Greek root word Poly meaning Many, Tics are Blood Suckers.

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    • frances says:

      I believe the machine he is up against predates Obama by many years, Obama was just the latest figurehead for the machine. In my opinion the criminality ramped up with the money made from WW1, it has grown with each Presidency and took a major leap under Eisenhower, Ford and notably under the Bushes.

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  5. JohnCasper says:

    I see seven Lions. Who are they ? Are they suppose to be with DJT or against him?

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    • 17CatsInTN says:

      Think Daniel in the lion’s den. They could not devour Daniel because he was God’s prophet under His protection. We are witnessing a modern day version of the exact same thing. Whole lotta symbolism to be had in this picture.

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      • dd_sc says:

        The picture is a re-imaging of Briton Rivière’s painting of Daniel in the Lion’s Den –

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        • 17CatsInTN says:

          Interesting. I didn’t know that. I just knew it was an obvious allusion to Daniel in the Lions’ Den. Glad I got it right! Thanks for pointing that out; I appreciate it.

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        • lotbusyexec says:

          Daniel’s Answer to the King

          Briton Rivière, Daniel’s Answer to the King. 1890. Oil on canvas, Manchester City Art Gallery, Manchester.

          Briton Rivière (1840–1920) was a British artist who specialized in painting animals. Rivière meticulously studied wildlife to perfect his compositions. He attended dissections at the London Zoological Gardens and kept the “body of a fine lioness” in his studio. In this work, he paints a scene from the biblical story of Daniel, a Jewish official in the service of the Persian king Darius. Darius had issued an edict that no man should pray to any God or man other Darius himself. Daniel defied the ruling and continued to pray toward Jerusalem, so Darius convicted him and threw him to the lions. The next day Daniel was still alive and unharmed. Rivière shows Daniel with his back turned on the lions in relaxed contemplation, eyes raised in deference to God. Here Daniel prefers to face death rather than forsake God.

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        • JTR says:

          Thanks DD_sc, I thought I had seen that painting before!

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      • JohnCasper says:

        I figured that’s what most would see, but I see the lions as being good lions and on the side of their leader lion. So I guess I would see them as Gohmert, Jordan, Nunes, Getz, etc. Could also be Barr and Durham, but on those two, we shall see.

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        • 17CatsInTN says:

          That’s why I said a lot of symbolism. There is always more than one way to look at things symbolically. The lions den is obvious at first glance. But lions are also a symbol of royalty and power, so I wouldn’t disagree that it could be a good thing as well.

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      • Bubby says:

        I agree the lions to me are the corrupt uniparty politicians in DC on the take, deep state bureau-rats and the corrupt msm who want to devour President Trump who is bringing to light their massive corruption! Symbolically President Trump is being protected by God like He did for Daniel when in the lions den. I believe President Trump was anointed by God to not only expose the corruption in DC but to punish those involved and end it. Godspeed President Trump!

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    • Luz Maria Rodriguez says:

      They are exposed to the light. They are like vampires, it keeps them back. That same light, otoh, invigorates Trump. Hyenas would have been better metaphors and more appropriate for the swamp toads.

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        Page 16 of 99 page collyer report …

        Parethesis below are to be re-read to put emphasis on how Obama’s by the Book technique use legal loopholes immorally to surveill and and all (information contained within is capable of leveraging any human with propaganda or real black mail)

        ” as a result, upstream collection could acquire and entired MCT (Multiple Communication Transactions; example being acquire Verizon all comm for use of word Aladdin; captures all humans talking of newly launched movie in theatres) for which an active user (YOU) was a non-target and that mostly pertained to non-targets (by the book technique to gurantee access to anyone they wanted to surveill; the 17 option removed by Rogers after review AKA about querys), (PAY ATTENTION TO THIS NEXT PART), merely because a single discrete communication within the MCT was to, from, or CONTAINED A REFERENCE TO A TASKED SELECTOR ( PAY ATTENTION! – this means YOU didnt even have to say ALADDIN you just had to have someone within your Verizon system that said it – so they GOT EVERYTHING ON EVERYTHING ONE).

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  6. Pale rider says:

    I look forward to the future with Trump in power. Pelosi hangs by a thread of relevancy in mind and power. When evil is vanquished the people will prosper in this nation like never before.
    Remember Pelosi parading around the gavel after Obama care was rammed down our throats? This is exactly the same with impeachment. She is a poster child for governments abuse of power i so look forward to her downfall.

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  7. Bogeyfree says:

    I much prefer caught vs exposed and in the end when PT said……

    I caught them, I caught them all

    I hope he did not mean…..

    I expose them, I exposed them all

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  8. Pale rider says:

    With the gavel

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  9. montanamel says:

    Read your Bible.
    Thrown in with the lions and he comes out un touched the next morning

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  10. USA First! says:

    I love that picture.

    President Trump has definitely been in the lions den.

    He has survived against all the odds, thank God!

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  11. Deplorable Canuck says:

    I actually enjoyed watching Hanity for a change!

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  12. GB Bari says:

    Interesting that Greg Jarret, in one of his comments back to Bruce, mocked Pelosi about possibly hoping for some new evidence against President Trump to “magically fall out of the sky.”

    Yet neither Jarret nor Bruce noted the strategy of Pelosi & Lawfare trying to get (via the courts) the 6e material from Mueller’s investigation in order to juice up more Articles of Impeachment.

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    • Bill Durham says:

      They will never get the 6e. Any decision will be appealed and tied up for another year at least. DC circuit oral argument is Jan 3 2020. More motions and filings. Then appeals to supreme Court. Dems screwed up this impeachment so if they keep the house in 2020 and win this one, they will impeach in 2021. If they lose the house it goes away.

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      • Bubby says:

        Bill good point which is probably why Pelosi is not submitting the articles to the Senate. I believe Lawrence Tribe told her to wait until she gets the 6e material. So rather than hold the vote for impeachment after the Courts have ruled she rushed the vote expecting the Senate to fold to her requests like Republicans usually have done in the past think Speaker Ryan. Didn’t Sundance once say that Mitch was more comfortable being in the minority? So maybe she thought McConnell would roll over and help the Democrats get rid of President Trump.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Yeah, and most o& us thought Judge Sullivan would rule in favor of Gen. Flynn, given the overwhelmingly solid case that Sidney Powell put forth. But logic does not seem to be reliable these days. Arbitrary partisanship seems to be the winner under too many jurists. I’ll welcome the outcome if it goes as you predict. But I’m not placing any bets.

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    • JIM COMEY IS A WEASEL_DOUG says:

      The more I listen to pundits surmise about what is going on, the more convinced I am that Sundance had hit the nail on the head. These snakes are not stupid. Well, many of the Dims are in fact stupid, but they are being guided by devious, smart snakes.

      And they don’t give one $HIT about the Constitution. Their plan is One Party Rule and the Constitution (and us) are the major impediment to that plan.

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  13. Payday. says:

    I’ve never believed McConnell to be looking out for the best interests of this country…but why would he be building such a huge wall of constitutionalism with these judicial appointments to stand against him “and for us” …if he intended to be on the wrong side of history? And that’s exactly what he’s been doing.

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    • WSB says:

      Like Justice Roberts, they could all eventually be compromised. In other words…NOT Daniel.

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      • Payday says:

        I don’t believe that WSB. I’ve been studying this very closely. He’s getting many Scalia types confirmed. Like no other GOP President ever has.

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        • WSB says:

          True, but we had such high hopes for Jusrice Roberts. It is obvious that he was also compromised.

          There is no guarentee that these people pushed through by McConnell will be able to withstand this horrible pressure that President Trump has withstood.

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          • Payday says:

            Safety in numbers?

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            • WSB says:

              Let’s hope! And please excuse the typo…Justice Roberts.

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            • WhiteBoard says:

              its not about being compromised by being DIRTY. its about then searching through your entire life and relationships to find a vulnerability to use an ACTIVE Operator to exploit ( to plant then smear)

              i find out your nephew or niece is doing a school project on ancestry and she submitted her dna. i access that db and plant her dna at a crime scene to let a copy doing his duty identify you (of course other suggestions are made to imply). you are approached by a lawyer that can clear you (doug band – that has a bag and says these things happen but your okay it was a mistake). you are now quiet due to your OWN IMAGINATION of what could happen again if you ever pop your head up.

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    • InAz says:

      @ Payday

      I wondered the same. McConnell is confirming judges who will rule on law and not ideaology (hopefully).
      That goes against the other garbage he does.

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    • Dee Paul Deje says:

      Perhaps POTUS is holding the leverage over Mitch and made a deal with him.

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      • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

        I agree. Trump biggest obstacle in DC was Mitch and his bad of money rhino’s. Donald has/had to find leverage to make Mitch and his band at least support him in some ways.

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    • dd_sc says:

      Center-right judges are the red meat (along with tax cuts) that Uniparty toss out to keep conservative and libertarian leaning voters engaged at election time.

      Not going to know if it’s a wall of Constitutionalism until they actually rule on something. When it came to ObamaCare, Justice Roberts was more like the Maginot Line.

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    • Donzo says:

      The mindset of someone like McConnell is had to fathom for the average hardworking American. He can pilfer the national treasury for his own benefit with one hand while simultaneously work to confirm originalist judges with the other; the latter in service to the former as part of the “deal”. These uniparty rats have no compunction about their self-enriching lifetime tenures in “service” to the people who elected them. They are inured to any sense of righteousness and can adeptly play both sides as that is the game of DC. Nothing is lost here on Treepers, but just saying….

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  14. Shyster says:

    Pelosi wanting fairness after she single handily stripped all of the fairness out of the impeachment process is an unsurprising page out of the lefts play book of hypocrisy. For Pelosi and the leftist elites, the mantra is always what’s good for me is not good for the and our corrupt media supports and implements this liberty stealing assault on our rights in all things and time and time again. The media is indeed their most powerful tool and will eventually completely subvert the rule of law thereby thrusting this great republic into darkness and chaos. The media in its current form IS the enemy of the people and basically, evil incarnate.

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  15. albertus magnus says:

    Tammy did a great job.

    Imagine what could come out if the 9pm show on FOX didnt usually have a narcissistic blowhard doing the interviews with guests but had an intelligent conservative professional doing the questioning?

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    • Thinblueline says:

      Yeah, let’s trash the President’s friend and staunch supporter. It’s not like we have many in the media who vigorously support and defend the President. But you do you.

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    • Eric Thedeplorable says:

      Nothing would come out of it because nobody would watch Tammy Bruce. It takes more than intelligent questions to be successful on television and radio, and to hold an audience. The only reason millions of people listened to Tammy Bruce last night was because of Sean Hannity.

      Hannity was the first major voice exposing this deep state corrution to the masses. He has provided a platform for many great minds and patriots who have been doing the leg work that our own government will not do. Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch, Sara Carter, Dan Bongino, Joe Digenova, Rudy Giuliani, John Solomon, Devin Nunes, Matt Gaetz, Louie Gohmert, Jim Jordan, and many more. Sure, he needs to shut his trap from time to time and allow his guests to speak, but that does not change the fact that he has made millions of people aware of what has been going on. He has connected millions with all of the people doing the leg work. The corruption is so complex and widespread that it is impossible to keep track of it all. He serves a very important purpose. He keeps the message simple, easy to follow and he repeats it over and over again so everything isn’t forgotten about by the masses. He connects his massive following with all of the great conservative minds who lack one. He has made more people aware of this corruption than any other one source.

      I first learned of the FISA corruption through Hannity, and then began diggin deeper. It has led me to many great sources of information, CTH being one of them. We should cut him some slack.

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      • JIM COMEY IS A WEASEL_DOUG says:

        +1,000. The CrazyCrats would like nothing more than to shut down Hannity.
        He is Muddled Madders Enemy #1, along with Rush.
        Those 2 have redpilled more Americans on TreasonGate than anyone, aside from POTUS himself, and with everything a POTUS has to do, I don’t think even he has the time to get to the bottom of what has happened to him AND get the word out.

        It’s foxhole morality time.

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      • Sepp says:

        Mr. Sean was also one of the only people who talked about the political background of then-candidate Obama before the election.

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    • Issy says:

      I don’t pay a lot of attention to Hannity, but I think he serves a useful purpose with his unabashed support of Trump. He gets attention on things that need attention, and I appreciate that.

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  16. Garrison Hall says:

    One comment Tammy made tonight hit the Deep State nail right on the head. The Deep State, the UniParty, the Globalist “establishment” and the allied business elites that run a good portion of American politics have, for decades, depended on secrecy. Trump is so reviled by them because, not only is he not a member of their very private club, but he has also jerked the veil of secrecy away forcing them—for the first time in recent history—to operate out in the open.

    The Deep State has always been able to conduct its business in the background, counting on being backed up by the political establishment. For decades, this allowed all manner of illegalities to be carried out against the American people. The bureaucracies (remember how True The Vote was harassed by Lois Lerner and multiple seemingly unconnected agencies?) could lie to us about what they were actually doing all the while knowing that they could act with impunity because their was not actual accountability for their wrong actions. But, as Tammy pointed out in DJT they have found a commander-in-chief who is more loyal to the American people than he is to them. And, now that he is forcing them to operate in the full view of the American people, he has the Deep State in a very visible panic because now—for perhaps the first time in recent history—there’s no place to hide. That sound you hear off in the distance is the sound of the Deep State icons falling to the ground.

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    • Mark L. says:

      Technology has allowed the curtain to be pulled back exposing the true workings of the corruption. MSM is irrelevant.

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    • Bubby says:

      Garrison exactly! Amen! To me it’s called the tyranny of the unexamined! Unexamined texts, FISA Warrants & applications, scope memos, Comey memos, 302s, emails, redactions, cell phones, computers, laptops, Brady material, Archery declarations, college records/transcripts, whistleblowers, sweetheart deals, unexamined massive transfers of our tax dollars to DC elites, uniparty types, deep staters and relatives! All kept secret by a corrupt compliant leftist propaganda press corp! All being exposed by President Trump!

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      • Garrison Hall says:

        Having seen similar things happen, although on a much smaller scale, this is all disgustingly familiar to me. The internal tendency of all bureaucracies is to become corrupt and then develop insider cultures, AKA The Deep State.

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  17. BC says:

    This is tearing our country apart. I am feeling very dejected.

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    • rjones99 says:

      Do not feel dejected, friend. We are actually, truly, at war and many just dont realize it yet. Allow me to explain.

      Several things have happened over the last three years.
      1/ A massively illegal effort to weaponize intelligence and law enforcement was executed against Trump to prevent election;
      2/ Multiple conspiracies were waged within Congress, administration AND courts AND media to weaponize the legal system, to deceive the public, and to remove Trump from office;
      3/ Many instances of corrupt acts within the Justice Dept were exposed, showing a separate tier of Justice for govt officials and media figures.
      4/ Massive disinformation was spread by a nearly uniform corrupt media;
      5/ Exposure of Biden and son corrupt activity, occurred, with strong hints of massive govt corruption, likely centered around foreign aid and Defense Dept spending, coupled with;
      ZERO interest by the media and Congress in investigating the corruption and relatively obvious efforts to cover it all up;
      6/ This ridiculous impeachment process sprang up, which is LOL stupid and which the Senate currently pretends is no threat to Trump (until that last-minute thing comes up);
      8/ Mueller and FISA reports expose FBI and media AND court, with strong hints of illegal involvement by CIA and NSA;
      9/ All the bad children “leaders” congregate at thug McCain’s funeral and throw an all-day Trump hate-feast.

      SD could write up this summary with far greater eloquence and flair than I, but this is the gist of it. The children/criminals, our “leaders” in DC, are throwing a mega tantrum and are literally willing to do ANYTHING to keep their toys. Waaah!

      So, where is this going? I see two options:

      1/ The children stand down and allow Barr to decide what to do about all the corruption. It is probably so massive it cant all be prosecuted. But it must be stopped. There could be all sorts of solutions here, maybe even some negotiation, but i happen to think that corrupt high officials should be tried, given long jail sentences, and then be commuted. There must be a reckoning and responsibility taken, Alzheimer victim or not.

      OR

      2/ Congress and Supreme Court proceed with their corrupt exercise of power to cover and continue their own crimes, thus triggering a constitutional crisis. Trump need not leave office if the other branches are corruptly exercising power to cover and further crime and we will support him. This is the option where Congress and Court and media really choose to tear up the country rather than submit to the cleansing.

      The 2nd alternative looks increasingly likely to me.

      There are probably others better at seeing the consequences of option 2 better than I, but minimally there will be a period of absolute chaos. Prepare for DC and Wall Street paralysis. I’m not sure how to prepare except to buy water, food, and bullets.

      Regardless, if we want our country back we’d better be prepared to do what Trump asks of us…knowing that disinformation will be heavily used to create confusion and to frustrate Trump support. Pray that the military supports Trump and can still defend the country at the same time.

      Our hope is the members of the military are mostly people of integrity. Our fear is that many military leaders are also corrupt.

      If we prevail in this scenario, it likely does end in military tribunals. Hate to sound like Q but i just don’t see any other way out.

      If we lose, we ourselves will likely be “purged.”

      Sort of mind boggling, but this the path our children idiot leaders have put us on.

      So, my friend, dont be discouraged. We have an awesome leader, we have virtue and rightness, and we have resolve. They have nothing but self interest and greed. They lack the essential grit that made this country great. And, regardless, this is a fight being pushed on us by thugs and bullies, not one we sought out. So, don’t be dejected. Get yourself ready to do what you can to help retake your country so that we can pass it on intact to our kids. We will most likely come out of this damaged and impoverished, but it will have been worth it.

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      • StanH says:

        Great overview and your summation is sound. The best and brightest do not inhabit the swamp but our worst and dullest. They are an easily corruptible collective whose great achievement is holding rank and doing what they are told. Little automatons protecting the hive who do not possess an original thought, as they are not being paid to think.

        If Bill Barr does not handle this correctly I fear you are right, chaos is in the future.

        Be cool, hang tough and be prepared.

        On the other hand if Bill Barr handles this correctly “equal justice under the law” and thinking, productive, God fearing, flag waving America can see this, our Great Republic will self-correct as the Founders intended. We’ll see.

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      • This is a wonderful comment; did you skip #7 or are we missing it?

        I disagree that there is any chance whatsoever to pass the Republic on to consequent generations whole. Looking at pictures of San Francisco and other places in CA, and reading about them, it is unquestionably already Mehico Norte, and don’t think we can say Crook County Illinois is far behind.

        Considering the fact that “Demography IS Destiny” I appreciate BC’s sentiment.

        The comments earlier in this thread about the 184 countries out of 193 (shocking!!!!) being used for our self-anointed “elites” to use for their corrupt skimming pleasure (up through 2012) got me realizing even more why the increasingly 3rd World Congress is trying to ram through every kind of mass importation, Amnesty, expanded definition of “refugees,” etc.

        This Republic is already in pieces. I strongly believe that God has been answering our prayers, and that, regardless of the esteem in which we hold President Trump, there is No Way he, fallible mortal man that he is, has outsmarted every effort at removing him to date all on his own.

        But is it God’s will that the United States of America survive as the Constitutional Republic that our Founding Fathers so carefully bequeathed us? They say that most families in which a self-made man creates a successful company, the benefits are squandered by the third generation.

        The entire last century of Americans has squandered our birthright, but none more so than Edward Kennedy and friends who decided we alone weren’t entitled to it, and decided to give it away in pieces. Our task now is more like putting those pieces back together than salvaging a whole that long since doesn’t exist. Make America America Again. MAAA

        Keep praying for our Daniel.

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    • Raptors2020 says:

      BC:
      The objective of leftists is to tear the country apart. Beware RINOs who claim we can surrender our way to victory.

      There’s a cartoon on Townhall that shows the Democrats and Republicans separated by a canyon shaped like the head of Trump. That will be Nikki Haley’s message in 2024.

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  18. Michael Hennessy says:

    This malignancy’s been growing for 40 or 50 years with the help of Republicans sitting in the peanut gallery or those playing along hoping to become the next Congressional (multi) millionaire.

    Rush has said it for 30 years. The democrat party needs to be destroyed not understood!

    We’ll see if there is enough uncompromised Republicans up to the fight!

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  19. MNBV says:

    Poor Gohmert doesn’t quite get it.
    Yes, “Exposed Scope of Deep State Corruption and Influence…”, correct..
    But then, the same Deep State of which he speaks has ABSOLUTE CONTROL OVER WHETHER IT WILL PROSECUTE ITSELF OR NOT.
    You see Gohmert, ‘ol buddy, the DoJ is the Deep State.

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    • kjhumphrey33 says:

      Louis Gohmert is my congressman, and I’ve interacted with him on multiple occasions. I’m quite certain, he gets it. He was a judge for many years before he was elected to Congress. He is a Christian, and not just as a label to get votes. He lives modestly. A true public servant, he is among the few who have been in Congress for many years without becoming wealthy feeding at the public trough. He’s a strong supporter of President Trump because he knows that’s what’s best for America.

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  20. beach lover says:

    Side note.. I see Tammy on a lot of shows on Fox lately, she is a great guest host.. and guest. I hope this means she may be getting her own show.

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    • webgirlpdx says:

      I always tune in when Tammy Bruce fills in. She is outstanding. Smart, thoughtful, warm. Always great information bc she lets her guests speaks and isn’t in love with hearing her own voice.

      I’d trade her for Laura in a heart beat.

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  21. Doug Amos says:

    The first shot across the bow, and a lot of people missed it, was when President Trump kicked the sleazebags off the government plane. He basically said he knew what they were doing and it was no longer on the backs of the little guys to foot Nutsy Nancy’s illegal, expensive travel junkets. His second act of subtle but as usual substantive greatness was inserting Crowdstrike into the Ukraine equation. This was the move that blew the left’s brains out and triggered impeachment because everyone knows it was impossible for Crowdstrike to have done what they claimed they had. President Trump may not know everything but we can rest assured that there is no living human being that knows more.

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    • beach lover says:

      Watch the OAN series on Rudy’s investigation of the corruption in Ukraine and what all he has exposed. I’m beginning to think this phone call wasn’t just the next thing to try to get Trump.

      The phone call, and where it could lead, was certainly a disaster to the ears of the corrupticrats. Things are starting to make sense.

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      • CharterOakie says:

        I agree. I think the phone call by POTUS was deliberate chum in the water, knowing what it would attract and instigate.

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      • The Ukranians elected their new President, and almost an entirely new Government, based on “drain the swamp.” And they are serious – they are draining it. We have a mutual law-enforcement treaty with that country, and our DOJ is serious, too. The Democrats have no one to “give them six hours.”

        Both Presidents therefore have identical motivations and purposes. That’s what made the talk of “quid pro quo” so utterly comical … especially(!) given “Biden’s Boast.™” Zelenskyy doesn’t need a push.

        So, here’s the total plan: simultaneously impeach Trump and Pence for “something or other,” so that Nancy Pelosi becomes the nation’s first non-elected President. She immediately shuts down everything and orders the Ukranians to remove their President and stop investigating. Because she, herself, like both Nadler and Schiff, were deeply involved in illegal and corrupt activities which could easily be exposed.

        What’s got the Democrats scared is not that the President might be a criminal … they are afraid because he is not.

        The commentator in this clip was correct: “in 2016, we knew there was trouble.” We didn’t yet know who it was nor how big it was, but we knew there was corruption everywhere. And what has happened in the next three years is that the criminals have revealed themselves.

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        • DJ says:

          First non-elected president? Wasn’t that Ford?

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          • warrprin1 says:

            DJ is correct about Gerald Ford. Ford served as Nixon’s appointed VP, then he was sworn in as POTUS in August, 1974, three+ months before the next election. Wiki says Ford is the only one to have served as VP and President without ever having been voted into Office by the Electoral College.

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            • warrprin1 says:

              My math, or memory, failed re his time of Oval Office service in unelected capacity, but the info on G. Ford’s unelected status as VP and POTUS is correct.

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      • Issy says:

        Just get a list of the junketeers and the countries they have visited over the years and investigate. This corruption is bipartisan.

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  22. waawash says:

    All the sub plots are interesting, and possibly in play. But…I smell the stench of desperation, every time one of the coup cabal opens their mouth.

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  23. Fundamentally, Congress is being driven by “Lawfare” strategies – “the law is a weapon of war, and it can and should be twisted in any way necessary as long as you get what you want.” Nothing about the actual Constitution actually mattered: “even though it doesn’t say ‘maladministration’ and does require ‘high crimes and misdemeanors’ such that the accused would face ‘indictment, trial, conviction and punishment’ in Court for the same, we did it anyway.” Even though the 4th, 5th and 14th Amendments mandate certain rights for people accused in (what they wanted to call …) “judicial proceedings,” we decided not to give them to you. Even though the Constitution prohibits Bills of Attainder, we just passed one.

    “Lawfare” gives spectacularly bad legal advice – Barr politely called them “novel legal theories” and “not the standards we use at the Department [of Justice].” But they give that advice constantly, in another manifestation of “The Big Lie.” And they’ve probably billed over $100 million dollars of our money to the House of Representatives.

    Trump isn’t going to stop this by continuing to be an angry bird, “tweeting.” He is a plaintiff, whose legal and Constitutional rights are being trampled in an unconstitutional effort to depose him, and he’s going to have to take Trump v. US House of Representatives straight to the Supreme Court. Because, if he does not, every future President (and Justice) will be a plaintiff, too.

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  24. TradeBait says:

    Nothing has happened to stop any of this until something happens to stop any of this. To this current point, it has all been exposure of their misdeeds and some tokens losing their jobs. Guess what, even innocent people loser their jobs as times as well. So nothing of long lasting value has occurred other than to know that if you are willing to expose yourself to being fired or talked about – you too can become rich and famous.

    The exposure is good, prosecution of criminals is better. Losing a job is normal. Losing freedom for committing criminal acts against your own people and nation – that’s justice. Until/if it happens we all see the obvious two or more scales of justice being used. We see the judiciary being played by politicians and the elites like fiddles. I admire PDT for taking this on, but the end result is and always has been that real justice is served. Without it – the criminals continue to win.

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  25. Bogeyfree says:

    IMO, in the end either Barr stands tall and strong against this corruption and coup with indictments while restoring justice and the rule of law for all or he doesn’t.

    IMO we have reached the point where Barr owns it all now and History will forever remember him as the Preserver of the Republic or one of the men who allowed it to fail.

    I see no other path.

    Will he be remembered more as Chamberlain or Churchill?

    Both made some great speeches in their day but only one stood up with the back bone to stare evil in the eye and fought to preserve truth, freedom and their republic (monarchy)

    Ask yourself what would have happened to the world and millions of people if Churchill and American didn’t stand strong and do the right thing to fight evil?

    Now, imagine what America will become if pure evil is allowed to reign supreme? And then what that would do to the rest of the world.

    I truly hope Barr sees the cross road this Republic has reached and how his actions right here, right now may decide if America remains the beacon of hope and light or becomes a waste land of evil and corruption.

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      Good call.

      and Barrs strategy of few arrests – could be the immunity angle.

      comey flips – immunity ; mcabe flips, page, ohr, hillary, schiff, pelosi, Roberts, Schumer, Contrares, etc… they all over exposed the public and ended forever; but we remove the globalist actors whomever is above Soros.

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  26. mariner says:

    Pelosi isn’t doing anything of her own volition.

    “Enjoy the show! Q”

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      might be why she got so pissed when they implied she HATED TRUMP. when really she is doing an AGREEMENT with PDJT and she is keeping her side of the deal and honor. an impeachment with no impeachment, House returned for the protection of “her” House members in 2020.

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      • Issy says:

        President Trump was impeached. The minute the vote was tallied and she announced the passage, it became a fact. I have no idea what her game is (not sure she does either) but the impeachment is done. There is no taking it back. What Mitch does is up to him.

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        • Fubu says:

          Articles of Impeachment not served on the Senate seems to me to be like a sealed indictment, i.e. charges brought but not yet served on the defendant. I thought the Senate could not conduct any other business after Impeachment other than the trial. Please reconcile.

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          • Issy says:

            SCOTUS 1993, Nixon vs United States explains it pretty well. The Constitution states the impeachment is the sole responsibility of the house. Once they vote, it’s done. The trial or lack thereof ( they can vote to dismiss the charges) is the sole responsibility of the senate. All the rules, provisions, etc of how each chamber does their job are totally up to the members.

            Just my opinion: There was nothing sealed about the charges brought against POTUS. In a way, the impeachment mimics the judicial system, but not really. If a prosecutor charged a person but refused to take it to the court, what would the judge do? There is no judge in this case unless they actually have a trial. The Chief Justice presides, but his job appears to be mainly procedural.

            It will be interesting to see what Mitch does, but according to many constitutional experts, he can take the case even without Nancy delivering it. The house job was done with the vote. It is up to the senate to take it from there.

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  27. Cdog says:

    Really simple. McConnell should come out and end this BS of lack of fairness in senate. The announcement should read as follows:

    “The United States Senate will allow the Democrats during the Senate trial on impeachment the precise number of witnesses the Republicans and President Trump were afforded during the House impeachment process. Please note, this will allow for a fair process as determined by Speaker Pelosi, and members Nadler and Schiff.”

    End this partisan garbage now.

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    • Cdog says:

      One of the Rules for Radicals is to make them live up to their own book of rules. Turn the tables on them NOW!

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      • joeknuckles says:

        What rules would those be?

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        • Cdog says:

          They allowed exactly zero Republican witnesses because this is a partisan witch-hunt. They violated the long established rules of the House. Play by their own rules. If it fair in the House, clearly it is fair in the Senate. Use their names prominently in the argument.

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          • cdog says:

            Which leads me to another rule in Rules for Radicals. Pick your target, frame it, and personalize it.

            Make the three amigos bury themselves with their witch-hunt. This would provide an excellent talking point for any R that goes on with the media, friendly or fake news.

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    • Seems I remember a Sunday School lesson about a guy building a 400 foot tall gallows to hang his political enemy’s so the whole world could watch.. Then the guy was the first to be hung on hung on his own gallows.

      I’d be willing to see some of these guys get the treatment they put Mr President through receive their own for the whole world to see.

      Hey! Sunday School paid off!

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  28. thedoc00 says:

    Louie Gohmert hit on the proper title in his Fox Interview. It’s called the “rolling impeachment”. The democrats will not retract anything for update, but continue voting new Articles of Impeachment in an attempt to completely clog the calendar of 117th Congress to provide talking points to their candidates as well as media allies and as attempted defense against replacing Ginsberg if she does not survive.

    This also puts the President at a disadvantage as McConnell can assist the democrats by forcing promise breaking legislation to the forefront in an attempt to blackmail the President. My opinion of McConnell has not changed just because he thwarting Pelosi for no other reason than his own personal gain or further the agenda of GOPe. The only reason he even allows judges to be “selected” and appointed is that the GOPe loyal opposition will need them after president Trump departs the White House.

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    • This is the essence of “the Lawfare, Inc. strategy,” as quite-brazenly described on their website. “The Law is a weapon of war, which can be manipulated in any way that suits your purposes, and interpreted any way you see fit, as long as you wind up getting whatever you want.” The House just passed a Bill of Attainder (§1.9.3; §1.10.1) which did not cite a single section of the United States Code, nor any thing for which Trump “shall nevertheless be liable and subject to Indictment, Trial, Judgment and Punishment, according to Law.” (§1.3.7) … and they don’t care, and they’re telling the House that they don’t have to care, either!

      And so, the legal confrontation must occur – we have no other choice. Either the US Constitution is “the supreme Law of the land,” or it is not. We are confronted by rogues within our own Government who, purely to support their own criminal endeavors, want to declare to all of us that it is not.

      “Bloody History” is flashing its warning-lights to us … “I recognize this! I have seen it before!” Lawfare’s true corporate name should be: “Tyranny, Inc.” That handwritten document that rests in the National Archives gave you tools by which to defeat this – but, only if you actually do.

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  29. Mellie says:

    This man has chosen 8 years in the lions den for US.

    God bless and protect our fabulous President Donald Trump,his family and administration who support him.

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  30. Kulak69 says:

    Am still very curious about two things:
    1 – How does the timeline of Ukrainian corruption issues (of which we’re aware) correspond with the Russian annexation of Crimea and the corresponding Active Measures that were in play in Ukraine? Maybe Vlad had more flexibility after that election, too.
    2 – I don’t think we’ve yet seen more than 10-20% of the Deep State. I want DOD to get a similar rectal exam to what’s currently evolving for DOJ. Especially considering the long-term political appointees and civil/contract/academic sectors, given the amounts of money in play and the pedantic leftist crapulence imposed upon our service members over the years. “Civil oversight” has become an excuse ( and a venue) for political Fraud, Waste & Abuse.
    “Even our masters don’t know the webs we weave.” – Pink Floyd
    “I smell a big, fat commie rat.” – GEN Buck Turgidson, USAF

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  31. AnotherView says:

    Ah…..Hannity is so much more informative and enjoyable without Hannity. Tammy should sit in more often. I like her intelligent questions and opinions. Hannity is a bag of arrogant hot air. Doesn’t have the experience nor ability to ask germane questions and interact with guests like Tammy does. She’s much more well-seasoned in politics and it shows. He should stick to radio.

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  32. Beverly says:

    Phase 1 of draining the swamp is doing just that — and now that it’s drained, we can see the Swamp Monsters dripping and glaring at us from the bottom.

    Removing them will have to be phase 2 and that will be a generational battle.

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  33. Paul Gallant says:

    Louis Gohmert: “Exactly and the Trump Derangement Syndrome has caused so many that were part of the Deep State that we really didn’t have identified to pop their heads up …oh here we go (there’s one…look there’s another) and I think in the days ahead we will be able to eliminate those so that President Trump will have more cooperation within his own administration.”

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  34. TPW says:

    I texted Bruce …the Sundance reasoning for the broad scope of the articles…..which they hope to get the court to approve McCann testimony and unseal the grand jury material from Mueller. None of the pundits are mentioning this so i did……..

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  35. Dave Huff says:

    At what point does it become treason?

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  36. helix35 says:

    Tammy needs her own show.

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  37. arsumbris says:

    The only time I watch Hannity is when someone fills in for him, especially Gregg Jarrett or Tammy Bruce — though Tammy needs to stop repeating the “Assad used WMD on his own people” neocon line. It’s been debunked. She gets mad about it whenever anyone on Twitter points it out, so we should keep pointing it out until she gets it.

    Not that I doubt Hannity’s loyalty, I just can’t stand his run-on sentences: “bought-and-paid-for-Clinton-paid-for-DNC-pair-for-congenital-lying-liar-whistle-blower-non-whistle-blower-whistle-blower…”

    That kind of idiotic babble makes it impossible to listen to. I only have so much time in the day to get updates on developing facts. I appreciate the kind of informed analysis people like Jarrett and Bruce provide. I could just listen to John Solomon speak all day, he needs his own show too.

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  38. As a man thinkth says:

    To hell with parties…I am with Trump…and eventually there will be a Trump party…let God sort out the rest…

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