Laura Ingraham Blocks Devin Nunes from Discussing Mary McCord Working With Adam Schiff…

Do Laura Ingraham and Mary McCord have a history together in/around Washington DC schools, law firms, clerks, social circles etc?

Because obviously Ingraham doesn’t want Devin Nunes to discuss the revelations about former DOJ-NSD head Mary McCord now working with Adam Schiff on the impeachment agenda.  WATCH [@03:30]

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Then again, it could be her typical Hannitus Interruptus style of self-important talking that destroys the opportunity for decent information. :::Sigh:::

The key to understanding the corrupt endeavor behind the fraudulent “whistle-blower” complaint, doesn’t actually originate with ICIG Atkinson. The key person is the former head of the DOJ National Security Division, Mary McCord.

Prior to becoming IC Inspector General, Michael Atkinson was the Acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General and Senior Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General of the National Security Division, Mary McCord.

It is very safe to say Mary McCord and Michael Atkinson have a working relationship from their time together in 2016 and 2017 at the DOJ-NSD. Atkinson was Mary McCord’s senior legal counsel; essentially her lawyer.

McCord was the senior intelligence officer who accompanied Sally Yates to the White House in 2017 to confront then White House Counsel Don McGahn about the issues with Michael Flynn and the drummed up controversy over the Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak phone call.

Additionally, Mary McCord, Sally Yates and Michael Atkinson worked together to promote the narrative around the incoming Trump administration “Logan Act” violations. This silly claim (undermining Obama policy during the transition) was the heavily promoted, albeit manufactured, reason why Yates and McCord were presumably concerned about Flynn’s contact with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. It was nonsense.

However, McCord didn’t just disappear in 2017 when she retired from the DOJ-NSD. She resurfaced as part of the Lawfare group assembly after the mid-term election in 2018.

THIS IS THE KEY.

Mary McCord joined the House effort to impeach President Trump; as noted in this article from Politico:

“I think people do see that this is a critical time in our history,” said Mary McCord, a former DOJ official who helped oversee the FBI’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and now is listed as a top outside counsel for the House in key legal fights tied to impeachment. “We see the breakdown of the whole rule of law. We see the breakdown in adherence to the Constitution and also constitutional values.”

“That’s why you’re seeing lawyers come out and being very willing to put in extraordinary amounts of time and effort to litigate these cases,” she added. (link)

Former DOJ-NSD Head Mary McCord is currently working for the House Committee (Adam Schiff) who created the impeachment scheme.

Now it becomes critical to overlay that detail with how the “whistle-blower” complain was organized. Mary McCord’s former NSD attorney, Michael Atkinson, is the intelligence community inspector general who brings forth the complaint.

The “whistle-blower” had prior contact with the staff of the committee. This is admitted. So essentially the “whistle-blower” almost certainly had contact with Mary McCord; and then ICIG Michael Atkinson modified the whistle-blower rules to facilitate the outcome.

There is the origination. That’s where the fraud starts.

The coordination between Mary McCord, the Whistle-blower and Michael Atkinson is why HPSCI Chairman Adam Schiff will not release the transcript from Atkinson’s testimony.

It now looks like the Lawfare network constructed the ‘whistle-blower’ complaint aka a Schiff Dossier, and handed it to allied CIA operative Eric Ciaramella to file as a formal IC complaint. This process is almost identical to the Fusion-GPS/Lawfare network handing the Steele Dossier to the FBI to use as the evidence for the 2016/2017 Russia conspiracy.

Atkinson’s conflict-of-self-interest, and/or possible blackmail upon him by deep state actors who most certainly know his compromise, likely influenced his approach to this whistleblower complaint. That would explain why the Dept. of Justice Office of Legal Counsel so strongly rebuked Atkinson’s interpretation of his responsibility with the complaint.

In the Justice Department’s OLC opinion, they point out that Atkinson’s internal justification for accepting the whistleblower complaint was poor legal judgement. [See Here] I would say Atkinson’s decision is directly related to his own risk exposure:

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Michael Atkinson was moved from DOJ-NSD to become the Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) in 2018. What we end up with is a brutally obvious, convoluted, network of corrupt officials; each carrying an independent reason to cover their institutional asses… each individual interest forms a collective fraudulent scheme inside the machinery of government.

Michael Atkinson and Mary McCord worked together in 2016/2017 on the stop-Trump surveillance operation (FISA application via DOJ-NSD). Then, following the 2018 mid-term election, in 2019 Mary McCord and Michael Atkinson team up again on another stop-Trump operation, each in a different position, and -working with others- coordinate the House impeachment plan via the ‘whistle-blower’ complaint.

While Devin Nunes is focused on the false statements of ICIG Michael Atkinson, the key is the contact between the ‘whistle-blower’ (Eric Ciaramella) and the House Intelligence Committee via Mary McCord.

There’s a very strong likelihood this entire impeachment construct was manufactured out of nothing.

National Security Council resistance member Alexander Vindman starts a rumor about the Trump-Zelenskyy phone call, which he shares with CIA operative Eric Ciaramella (a John Brennan resistance associate). Ciaramella then makes contact with resistance ally Mary McCord in her role within the House. McCord then helps Ciaramella create a fraudulent whistle-blower complaint via her former colleague, now ICIG, Michael Atkinson….

…And that’s how this impeachment operation gets started.

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213 Responses to Laura Ingraham Blocks Devin Nunes from Discussing Mary McCord Working With Adam Schiff…

  1. joeknuckles says:

    That was my first thought. That they had a social connection, that is. That puts Laura in the same category as CJ Roberts. They both fail to do their jobs because they fear the social ramifications.

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    • SickOfItAll says:

      I am full blown behind mostly all of Sundance’s opinions and articles

      I watched it several times. Ingraham just moved on I didn’t see her not wanting to talk about Mary. This is Ingraham’s usual M.O. she is a lawyer she moves the facts a long.

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      • Brewerbear says:

        I agree with you, the Laura segment seems innocuous to me… More rebel rousing?

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        • GB Bari says:

          (rabble rousing)
          https://www.dictionary.com/browse/rabble-rousing

          But yes I inferred that she seemed to just be the same old discourteous interviewer who is egotistically compelled to “respondus interruptus” with her own agenda points.

          Past history of her interviews provides significant evidence that she is often ignorant of the seriously critical information her guest may be revealing or about to reveal as she decides that HER interview agenda items are always more important.

          I’ve always considered her a female version of Bill O’Reilly. Correct much of the time but when she goes off the reservation, God himself could not convince her of the facts.

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          • sat0422 says:

            I lost faith in Laura Ingraham when she began her own TV show. It was a rocky transition from radio to big time TV and I never thought of Laura as a loyal Trump supporter.
            I don’t doubt that she would be worried about her “social” position and would control a guest if it came to putting her in a bad light.
            Also, remember that her bosses are smart enough to know how to keep the evening ratings high but that she has no green light when it comes to supporting our President.
            Fox news is rarely on in my house anymore when I am watching TV, however, it used to run 24/7 before all the turbulence caused by the wicked press and the underground communists who are looking for any way possible to sideline Trump.

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            • Doc Joe says:

              On her radio show she frequently talked about show tunes, Hollywood movies, school lunches and other very trivial matters. Shallow radio hosts make even more shallow TV hosts. Now Brian Killmead is filling the show tune void on radio with segments about what to watch on Barry Soetoro staffed Netflix on the weekend. Miss the days of Boortz and then Rush on the radio when you could get meat and potatoes instead of the garnish.

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            • ediegrey says:

              I remember good ol’ Laura on the radio in 2015-16 – she was no great Trump fan. She always pined for Cruz to sound more like Trump, but alas, that never happened. As I recall, she would push Cruz, Christie, Rand Paul and Carly too! Even after Trump won and she got her tv show, she would complain about Trump;s tweets Laura always knows best and loves to tell us just how she would do things if she were in charge. Unfortunately, she is just another talking head.

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          • Issy says:

            Seriously ignorant if she doesn’t understand the part McCord has played since the beginning of the coup. I just had the feeling there was an important point Nunes was making by bringing up her name. She hasn’t been mentioned that much.

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      • Bob says:

        Yeah I’m not seeing it, I think maybe SD missed the mark here

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      • AustinHoldout says:

        I watch Laura fairly regularly and she has a horrible habit of ignoring the guest’s answers because her questions are just so much more important. She also interrupts very loudly and runs on at the mouth a la Hannity. She even did this during the latest interview with PDJT.

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        • Uncle Max says:

          THIS! I gave up watching her awhile back. Frustrating.

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        • donna kovacevic says:

          I watched Laura with POTUS and she tried her yap with him, love when he said “wait a minute”shut her ugly yap and distorted mouth right up. I can take a few minutes depends who she has on, not interested in her view of the angle” Victor David Hanson a good smart man, she cuts him off right in the middle of the sentence. Raymond A she does not even give a hoot what he says its her laughing and cackling. I detest that p..da. not a very nice word. See you next tuesday word.

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          • bentley1blog says:

            Hate to sound catty but hasn’t she had one too many lip enhancements? Haven’t really tuned into her shows for a long time. She is very annoying when trying to outsmart her guests with constant interruptions such as mentioned above re: VDH.

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        • doohmax says:

          I think most times, Hannity and Ingraham are not actually listening to the answers their guests are giving. They are looking at their notes and formulating their next question. Most TV hosts are terrified of one second of silence on set. To actually listen would mean they might have to pause for a few seconds to consider the answer and then followup with a question not written down on their notes.

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        • Dixie says:

          I stopped watching her several weeks ago as she has become completely impossible about running her mouth over her guests, just as bad a Hannity or maybe even worse.

          I, too, noted her disrespect of President Trump.

          I guess we have to expect that becoming well known makes narcissists of most tv personalities (i.e., Megyn Kelly)

          and money makes congress critters and administration officials crooked. IMHO.

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        • sdogood says:

          Yes, I noticed her almost manic, disrespectful manner with President Trump as well. You do not attempt to interrupt the POTUS. Odd.

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        • Laura is beginning to show her true colors when she asked the President if it would help his “case” if he told the American people what embassies were targeted by terrorist Soleimani. She’s seemed be using Democrat talking points. She thinks very highly of herself!

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      • wxobserver says:

        I had same reaction. Perhaps Ingraham isn’t aware of the level of McCord’s involvment in this. If so, then when Nunes mentions McCord, it doesn’t fit the story Ingraham wants to pursue so she ignores it.

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        • Dutchman says:

          My impression as well. I am more noticing how Nunes seems,…recomitted?
          Or perhaps he feels freer to say certain things, now?
          He is out there, in a media campaign, and he’s throwing truth bombs right and left, and taking no prisoners.

          Saying HE is a “fact witness”, and can testify, because PRIOR to the guilty plea of Flynn, he was briefed by FBI, and THEY said Flynn didn’t lie.

          So, go ahead Sullivan. Insist a Defendant stick with a coerced guilty plea, the Prosecutors are guilty of suborning perjury, and YOU are complicit.
          And Nunes is a fact witness.

          THIS is getting REAL.

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          • aisheschayal says:

            Yes! Nunes is a fact witness for a Flynn trial and not only that, he blow’s DOJ’s argument out of the water. Really, can’t believe this hasn’t been brought out before or maybe I just missed it. It’s so key to proving they outright lied. Unbelievable, the more you dig the more you find, it just keeps coming. McCord is most likely key as well to the whistle farce.

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            • Issy says:

              I guess there wasn’t much Nunes or anyone else could say as long a General Flynn had the guilty plea deal. We have known what the fbi agents said for a long time. I believe Comey even said it in an open hearing.

              The question is will Sullivan allow him to withdraw it? I don’t see Sullivan inclined to cut him any slack. Will there have to be a hearing on the withdrawal or will the judge just rule on the motion?

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          • simplewins says:

            Also, Laura is trying to keep it simple and easy to follow for the viewers. Not everybody can follow this as we do. I love SD but many people get lost in the weeds. I have been following this as closely as anyone and I have to reread articles to confirm MY understanding. Just my opinion.

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            • donna kovacevic says:

              No disrespect, but I guess people in the USA are not the brightest if it has to be laid out with diagrams and pictures so they can follow. Good Lord it does not take a Nikola Tesla to understand the corruption that has and is occurring, and Bimbos like Laura that thinks she is Queen B because she is a lawyer are rudely mistaken. God Bless PDJT, God Bless General Flynn, God Bless Devin Nunez.

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              • donna kovacevic says:

                Meant to add, the dirty players and how they fit in. Simply easy, anyone with more than 2 brain cells can follow what Sundance so beautifully lays out, we don’t need Laura Hannity et al.and their govnarije.

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              • simplewins says:

                If you think the average person can follow this, you are wrong. Also, calling a single mom with 3 adopted kids a bimbo? Seriously? You should be ashamed saying that. If POTUS likes her, that enough for me.

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              • mortgagesforthemasses says:

                Actually diagrams work quite well, and that is why criminal investigators use them. Sadly, the web of criminal activity that ties all these people together would cover the walls of a gymnasium.

                I’ve been following this since 2016 and the cast of criminals keeps growing, the connections of seemingly unconnected events , now fit into an every growing conspiracy to coverup corruption on a scale none of us could have imagined in 2016.

                Repetition is necessary to grasps the enormity of it all, even if you have 2,000,000,000,000 brain cells. If not to remind us of the events, but also to educate those who just started paying attention to this coup and coverup.

                Sundance and his crew have done the most outstanding investigative reporting I have ever seen. Sadly, they’ll never see a Pulitzer Prize, since those are reserved for the connected Liberal press.

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                • artreddin says:

                  Yes, well said. To those of us who have “followed the white rabbit” and understood the consequences of what’s happening falls the duty of spreading word of the most important findings. I’d always thought it a CIA tactic to develop labyrinthine accounts of events to steer people away from the simple truth (as they most certainly did for 9/11).but with the details of the SpyGate conspiracy each and every detail is either now confirmed or stated as reasonable hypothesis. With a bought-off vapid MSM, such exposure has only been possible due to the valiant, ceaseless work of citizen journalists, many with little more than humble Internet connections and a deep desire for justice.

                  There are many ways to wage war. Right now we are in the middle of one for the future of this country – and indeed, humanity – while most of the populace “sleep” or are otherwise unable to open their eyes. ..

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                • Mark Smith says:

                  Excellent points! As I’ve said on other sites, Sundance is a genius at fitting timelines based upon tiny discrepancies in information. I don’t have a big enough brain to remember it all, but I’m not too proud to look it up again on CTH.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Yeah, I know what you mean, simplewins.
              When I look at a novel to consider reading, and right at the,start it has,a page or worse two, listing the,charachters, I usually put it down.
              Too complicated if there are so many charachters I need a “cheat sheet” to refer back to,….you know?
              This darn story could have a WHOLE seperate large book, JUST listing the Cast if Charachters! AND, it just keeps getting BIGGER!

              Fortunately, sometimes a person can pick up the,basic gist of a,story, without knowing every little nuance.

              In talking to strangers, etc. I get the impression that while many may not know who Mary McCord is, and if asked would guess “Fusion GPS” is some new energy drink? they are getting the,ESSENCE of this,story, on a fundamental, gut level.
              That DJT is being treated UNFAIRLY, UNJUSTLY, and because they don’t LIKE him, NOT because he has done anything wrong.

              And they don’t LIKE that! And, they see these people as nutjobs, scary nutjobs. And, ee haven’t had the “thrilla in milwaukee”, Dem convention, YET. THAT will be an uncivil war, broadcast live.

              The ’68 Dem riot/Convention is thought to have guaranteed Nixons victory, the Reagan economic turn around his reelection landslide.

              PDJT’s economic boom makes Reagans pale in comparison, and Antifa is vowing if Sanders doesn’t get it this time (and he won’t) to make ’68 look small by comparison.

              So, we’re looking at a victory of unprecedented proportions, off the scales, nothing you can compare it to.

              The Dems got nothing. They have expended any possible ammunition they could use, they are shooting with blanks.

              Meanwhile PDJT has had 3 years to set up a # of Oct surprises, should he decide he needs them.

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        • sat0422 says:

          I don’t know if she still does radio too, but I often thought she was missing some important information in the beginning. But, since I rarely listen to her anymore, I would have thought she might have improved.
          I think the evening crew is being bullied into towing a line that the owners can agree with more. I think Fox went the way of the real life fox and can’t be trusted. I have never heard of anyone having a pet fox, have you? LOL

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        • gabytango says:

          Nunes was such a gentleman with Laura’s constant interruptions. I was so frustrated and he looked a little taken aback, allowing her to stop him and the importance of what he was trying to get across!

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        • ms doodlebug says:

          I doubt she even heard what Nunes said. People, in general, do it all the time. They’re so busy formulating what they want to say next they don’t even hear what the other person is saying. We learn more from ‘listening’ to others than we do by speaking.

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      • BitterC says:

        I’m torn. That struck me as abrupt since I was interested in what he was saying, but I also noticed she proceeded to chg the subject 2 more times rather abruptly thru the rest of the interview.

        That is an on going problem with Hannity and her shows. They cram so many guests into their hour and seem to priorortize their planned questions over interesting answers.

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      • beach lover says:

        I agree. Laura wanted to move on to the hotel notes because she had them in her hand. So many times they interview, ask questions, but only to hear themselves and barely listen to answers. Devin should know this by now, and if he wanted to really make news with the McCord issue, he should have made a bigger issue out of it. Sometimes you have to shake them up a little.

        On another point… is the Atkinson testimony given in the House, that hasnt been released, going to be given to the Senate? Isn’t this part of their case? So why will it not come out in the trial that this was all a set up?

        If I were Pelosi (and Schiff), I would be a bit concerned Atkinson would be called to testify.

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        • Zydeco says:

          They might be unconcerned that witnesses, like Atkinson, are called because they have evaluated that the questioners will be woefully uninformed.

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      • botchedcasuality says:

        my impression was that she didn’t have much depth of knowledge on McCord andwanted to hit a couple of talking points before the click ran out. Let’s hope she circles back after brushing up.

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    • Guyski says:

      Could be. Perhaps via their children. Ingraham has three kids (adopted). McCord (husband Sheldon Snook) has three kids. One thing I learned during the Blasey Ford crap was the importance of the private school system around DC. Doubt these kids go/went to public schools. 🤔

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    • Issy says:

      I didn’t see the show, but in watching the clip, I for one would very much have liked to hear what Nunes had to say about McCord. She was in the middle of so much at the beginning of the whole coup against Trump and the opening shot of getting rid of General Flynn. Now she turns up in the house impeachment.

      What struck me was the abrupt change of subject to Parnas and scribbled notes that had nothing to do with the point Nunes was making about McCord on the house staff and the whistleblower connection.

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  2. H.M.P.D. says:

    Ingraham NEVER EVER SHUTS HER DAMN MOUTH and lets her guests speak!!! She clearly interrupted Nunes on purpose. Perhaps she’s chummy with McCord….like she is with Dershowitz…even after we know for a Fact he was on the Epstein’s Pedo Island. But he claimed he only got a couple massages. (yeah right! Sicko!) Ingraham has an agenda….and it was quite obvious tonight. She didn’t want Nunes letting the McCord “cat outta the bag”. FOX is clearly controlled.

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  3. Macro says:

    Uuuuh, beach friends?
    /s

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  4. Han Solo says:

    I’m more disturbed as to why Devin and Co didn’t get the McCord connection earler on…they have more data than we do.

    And I’m wondering if he will close the loop with Powell on Flynn given his extraordinary and important comments that he gave exculpatory information to the ‘highest levels of the FBI’….WTF?

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  5. joeknuckles says:

    As soon as Nunes says “Mary McCord”, IngraHAM shouts “Lev Parnas!” And starts waving papers around in both hands. She was obviously trying to create a diversion.

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    • noswamp says:

      I disagree 100 percent. And maybe I will be proven wrong. But Nunez already KNOWS the relationship between McCord and Ingraham and must not have considered it important enough to make a big deal of it. But Ingraham DID. But that leaves us with the key question, what was the relationship if any? And was it simply Ingraham being Ingraham? I see both sides at this point, not one side.

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      • Nigella says:

        I’m with you… I think it was a time constraint and she wanted to get to Parnas

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        • Good_heavens_are_you_still_trying_to_win says:

          Just my two cents, but: TV 101. We have video cued on Parnas in this segment, so get to Parnas … Mary McCord off topic and we don’t have any rollout on her. Content mismatch. Big TV convention f-up.

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          • Good_heavens_are_you_still_trying_to_win says:

            BTW, this does NOT exonerate Laura I and her staff, because this means the conscious decision was made pre-production to push the Parnas angle … ahem, the Ingraham Angle, that is.

            Can’t have guests saying surprising things to which we have to react.

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  6. MIKE says:

    I agree. Intentional grounding.

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  7. joebkonobi says:

    PDJT and his legal team would be well served to sign on Nunes as a subject matter expert. He is an invaluable resource when it comes to connecting the dots within the coup.

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    • Sam Fox says:

      joebkonobi, LIKE!

      (I do it this way because Word Press won’t let me click on ‘Like’. )

      SamFox

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      • Issy says:

        Sam Fox, I sign in, but I have never been able to like a post unless I make a comment first. I don’t understand why, but that’s the way it works for me.

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        • X XYZ says:

          It took me a while to understand the “unable to like” situation. If 24 hours or so have elapsed since your last visit, you need to sign in to WordPress again. Then you can “like” a post, and /or comment.

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          • Issy says:

            I log into WordPress. I can’t LIKE unless I make a comment. I’ve even tried hitting the reply. The WordPress name is there showing I’m logged in, but I still have to make that first comment before I’m allowed to Like. After the first comment, I can like without commenting. I know, it’s weird.

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            • X XYZ says:

              Do this. Pretend you are going to make a comment. Then if necessary, click on the WP icon. Then you will have the comment box open. Then cancel it, making no comment. Then you will be able to comment to other posts.

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        • ms doodlebug says:

          Sometimes we get logged out without realizing it. We can still read but can’t ‘like’ or ‘reply’ until we sign back on. Click on Reply to make sure you are signed in. Then click ‘Like’ and Cancel the reply.

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    • Patrick Healy says:

      Joebkonobi
      As assistant to our marvellous Sundance you mean ?

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  8. freepetta says:

    Ingraham is showing her true colors. Maybe she should report the outrageous antics of her “friends”
    I can’t believe how incestuous DC is. Time to come CLEAN Ingraham!!

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  9. suejeanne1 says:

    thank you, Sundance

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    • GGHD says:

      TheConservativeTreehouse is the ~>quality source for information about the ‘deep state’ and its members. Obvious there’s a reason we see a lot more Maria Bartiromo interviews on TheConservativeTreehouse, than the ones conducted by Laura Ingraham.

      +The ‘Cold Anger’ articles are always worth reading on TheConservativeTreehouse. /// See today,= ~STAND: “You Have Always Been Loyal to This Nation, Now You Finally Have a President Who is Loyal To You”…~ Posted on January 14, 2020 by sundance.

      (A few sentences) =
      “David Mamet had a famous saying, essentially: …‘in order for democrats, liberals, progressives et al to continue their illogical belief systems they have to pretend not to know a lot of things’… By pretending ‘not to know’ there is no guilt, no actual connection to conscience. Denial of truth allows easier trespass.”
      “This hate-filled Democrat ideology relies on our willingness to accept their lies, falsehoods, and scripted presentations; and then demand we grant benefit amid their seeds of doubt.
      There’s a level of anger far deeper and more consequential than expressed rage or visible behavior, it’s called Cold Anger.”

      The entire article is worth quoting, and forwarding to all our Congress Critters.<~ [Or should I say, "The Congressional Polecats!"

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  10. suejeanne1 says:

    so very true and then she also laughs a lot so we can sit there and look at how odd her teeth are, like the upper lip and the upper teeth just bug me – who is she showing off her dental work for – I don’t want to see her laugh when the whole thing is deadly serious and I get massively annoyed with her . . . and change the channel or turn off the tv

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    • Tiffthis says:

      Suejeanne1, it’s not Laura’s teeth it’s the gel filler she has in her lips and smile lines. You’re not supposed to use gel filler for both- it has a “shelf” effect on the lip. She does a little to much of it, IMO.

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    • ann says:

      Agree, Sue, laughter is very inappropriate, Dirty immune schemers that never get punished has made American politics miserable.

      Resist’s machinations , JD’s inaction, and CONgressional actions: we are plumb fed up with the LIES. ♥️🇺🇸

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    • slowcobra says:

      I cannot stand how she almost always has on sleeveless tops. I think that is very unprofessional. And dont tell me “it’s hot under the camera lights”, because men wear suits. I only watch women when they are dressed in a professional way (armpits not showing).

      Re: lips… I thought she got bad botox…?

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  11. wodiej says:

    Is this where we are-jumping like a jack rabbit at every possible slight? This is ridiculous fear mongering. Why don’t we look at something really serious. This isn’t it. It is nothing more than a rude interruption by Ingram.

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    • Well, you’re obviously light years ahead of everyone else at body language and bs detection, I really hope you will start a blog of your own!

      It should keep you busy enough that you won’t have time to come here and bash the owner of this one.

      That would be great!

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  12. Meh. IMO, the real news from that interview was that Michael Flynn withdrew his guilty plea, and that Devin Nunes says his Committee informed DoJ that FBI had told them Flynn DIDN’T lie.

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  13. Sam Fox says:

    At this moment I will give Laura the benefit of the doubt because as H.M.P.D. says, Laura does interrupt a LOT. So do Dobbs & Tucker. I must say though that this particular interruption of Nunes does appear like Laura may have tried to divert away from McCord. I DVR the above Fox hosts. Also some at One America News Network and sometimes NewsMax. OANN has had some very interesting investigations. For instance, one of OANN’s investigators found hat it was not Assad who gassed his people and that Assad protects religious minorities, including Christians. NewsMax also has some good investigative reports.

    SamFox

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    • margarite1 says:

      Then who gassed Assad’s people? I’ve suspected the terrorists who wanted to make Assad look bad but I had no info to back this up. I think Hillary, Obama, McCain and the CIA were deep into these nasty games that cost lives and made the ME hate us.

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        Assad never gassed his own people, that was clear from day ONE. White hats with the help of USA evil corrupt politicians. MH17 downing was Ukraine with the help of the CIA, now even more clearer than ever. They all were hoping and still many want a war with Russia. I have said it before and will say it again, trust Putin a hell of a lot more than anyone in the west especially the corrupt in USA government, not PDJT.

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  14. Parker Longbaugh says:

    Without a full reckoning for those engaged in clear conspiracy to subvert the election of President Trump we must be willing to undertake the retribution ourselves. Lampposts and rope.

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  15. Magabear says:

    Meh, I don’t think that was an egregious interruption on Laura’s part. She’s certainly done worse.

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  16. Pat Childs says:

    Doesn’t look good. This is occurring a thousand times every day in Washington and New York. Friends hiding corruption. And all rise together as crime floods the nation. It is sad to see Ingraham has now thrown herself in the cover up. But Barr has been doing the same thing and appears ready to fold. Wray was crooked from the first day and is actively working to depose Trump. Rosenstein was a cabal member of the first echelon. Sessions was compromised before his first day in office. Obviously a sex situation or taxes. Likely Rosenstein was the blackmailer. Epstein likely was a Democrat agent, controlling vast members of the party. It never ends. It is disgusting.
    Ingraham?

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  17. Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

    This is typical lawyerly Laura, she must offer a rebutt IN to everyone . Sometimes she is a good fighter for the President, but she impulsively has to ‘advise’.
    Initially didn’t see her quick shift, but when I viewed it a second time… Devins face was very telling.
    Again with Laura the litigator , it’s a pattern with her so I’m not sure. Just watch Nunes expression.

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  18. Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

    This is typical lawyerly Laura, she must offer a rebutt IN to everyone . Sometimes she is a good fighter for the President, but she impulsively has to ‘advise’.
    Initially didn’t see her quick shift, but when I viewed it a second time… Devins face was very telling.
    Again with Laura the litigator , it’s a pattern with her so I’m not sure. Just watch Nunes expression.

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  19. SamFox says:

    I just sent a message to Laura regarding this article. I note a few new comments here since I was gone.

    How about we leave off with the silly personal stuff posted about her teeth and such. This isn’t the Huffington Post or a Soros front. The silliness makes it look like a lefty site. Just my 50 cents worth. (Sigh, inflation dontcha know.)

    SamFox

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    • simplewins says:

      I won’t engage in that petty stuff. She is a single mom with 3 adopted kids. Anyone that says she is NOT on the Trump train, is uninformed. When she had her radio show, she would let her guests speak as long as they wanted. TV is different obviously. We can’t start doing purity tests for people on OUR side or nobody will be left for the fight that is coming in November.

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  20. Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

    Laura should put Leo on more .She loves him you know! She tells him every time he starts spouting his race baiting nonsense .Then he whips out his victim card whenever he loses a debate.
    Sorry off topic, but Laura is really wearing on my last nerve. And we need all conservative voices. The controlled opposition is so contrived it’s almost laughable.

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    • margarite1 says:

      Leo Terrell? I literally can’t stand to listen to him….click to HGTV. Who needs that misery?

      TV is treating USA politics like The Real Ratfinks of DC – government corruption as entertainment – except that they REALLY steal our money and try to steal our lives. I’m tired of the Tick Tock, the laughing with the marxist guests, giving equal time to the race baiters and liars and on and on. That’s why I like it here…we don’t pretend that evil is just another point of view.

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      • Issy says:

        To me, your key point was these shows treat all this as entertainment. If it was, I would agree. We don’t get much real information between their time constraints and the quest to be cute and funny.

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  21. Psalmon says:

    I am sure if there are Republicans defending Trump in the Senate, they will find a way to f*** it all up. Trump should let Nunez and Jordan defend him in the Senate…only Tom Cotton is worth a dime there.

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  22. 🍺Gunny66 says:

    Well,, How many have said;

    Laura just has a program she must complete…..or that is just her….blah….blah….

    I turned on CNN tonite with the attitude of a forensic pathologist.

    It was sickening. A lynch mob.
    Endless raving against President Trump by talking heads who seemed to have a high-school mentality, asking each other leading questions to elicit all ready agreed upon answers.

    International coverage was feeble and mostly Neocon crap about the Russians are coming and Iran may kill you. No attempt at impartial coverage of the news.

    Yes, I understand:
    As some posts above, if you are an American this is normal and you think me out of touch for being nauseated. Yeah OK.

    So then I go to Fox. And then….watch this interview..

    Maybe, maybe, just possibly, the Fox Channel will be better.

    But nope.

    Fox is as crooked, calculated, partisan, and embarrassing as CNN.
    It just does it in the opposite direction. Mind-numbing. Stupid.

    It is the intellectual analog of a portable latrine.
    Why do people put up with it? I conclude, once again, that journalism no longer exists in the United States.

    Perhaps worst about Fox may be the contempt it displays for the public.
    It is not the respectful manipulative suitable to an intelligent audience, but seems to regard the public as retarded vermin.

    Some on Fox are good…..but most, as Laura, are in the “club”. The cocktail party circuit where just the fact she is on National TV justifies her lack of intellect…..

    She is a lawyer???….Pffft…..Lawyers got us into this mess…

    “A lawyer with his briefcase can steal more than a hundred men with guns”.
    MARIO PUZO

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  23. BL says:

    At about 2:19 area of the video Laura says he’s not a fact witness and starts talking about the View something thing about I know you watched it with BonBons
    You can hear Nunes say “Oh nice” right before the clip comes on
    I feel Laura was really rattled through this so called interview and Nunes was not enjoying trying to explain things.

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  24. mediachecker says:

    I think Mary McCord is married to a Communication Clerk at the DC Court…

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    • Guyski says:

      One would think that Mary Mcord being ‘a top outside counsel for the House in key legal fights tied to impeachment’

      AND

      being married to Sheldon Snook who is a ‘special assistant to Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.’s counselor’, (whose name is Jeffrey Minear)

      AND

      that during the impeachment trial, ‘the court’s counselor Jeffrey Minear would likely be by the chief’s side the entire time’ (via Fox News) WOULD BE AN ISSUE?

      🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔

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  25. Snailmailtrucker says:

    How did Devon Nunes vote in the Democrats Attack Bill against POTUS Trump with
    The War Powers Bill ?
    Lost all of my R-E-S-P-E-C-T for him right there !
    Just askin !

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  26. burginthorn says:

    My view is she hosts a show on Fox, but its not her show. There is probably a list of ‘talking points’ and she gets X amount of time to cover, you know “we cover more ‘news’ than anybody” blah blah – kind of like the ‘fast food’ of news …”hey give me a burger with the lot” then the competition starts who really has the ‘one with the lot’ and that’s modern day news networks.

    Mary McCord opens up a whole new can of worms, and no time to cover it in a segment of fast food news. I’m sure we’ll be seeing more of Mary McCord, but with someone like Devin Nunes on the program, you’ll want to cover as much as possible as quickly as possible. The modern news format sucks, and treats people like idiots.

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  27. Everett Miller says:

    Laura’s egotistical preening seems to continually impede the progression of facts attempted to be presented by her “guests”. Much like the well-intentioned but bull-in-the-china-shop Hannity, she so loves to hear her own pronouncement in control of every conversation that it becomes caricatured, not real, analysis.
    I refuse to watch either of them anymore.

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  28. 2Alpha says:

    It’s prolly just me, but I’ve been suspicious of Ingraham from the start. I couldn’t figure out why she was given the 10pm slot at all. It was almost like, here’s our new lineup, Tucker, Hannity, Ingraham and Bream. Ingraham and Bream were like ‘throw-ins’ to fill up the sack…
    Never cared for her voice, nor her interview style. Never listened to her before she got this job.
    I just have a bad feeling about her…

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  29. gvillewill says:

    I have never watched her on TV, but she was insufferable on radio.
    As for Hannity, he is the worst interviewer I have ever heard. If it wasn’t for his guests and breaking information, he would be insufferable as well.

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  30. jx says:

    Ingraham went to Dartmouth and University of Virginia, McCord to University of Missouri and Georgetown Law.

    Some McCord info and org charts w/names:
    https://www.justice.gov/sites/default/files/usao-dc/legacy/2013/04/25/USAODC_Annual_Report.pdf

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  31. starfcker says:

    “Then again, it could be her typical Hannitus Interruptus style of self-important talking that destroys the opportunity for decent information.” No. But it might not even be her. Could be some producer freaking out screaming in her ear bud.

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  32. DebbieSemms says:

    Ingram has been a stanch defender of President Trump and her speech at his convention was one of the best ever. I don’t see a hint of what Sundance claims in the video.

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  33. DebbieSemms says:

    staunch….

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  34. thesavvyinvester says:

    I do know she is tight with Pat Cipollone & his Family, One of POTUS’s Attornies in the Senate….

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  35. spmi says:

    LI has been a denigrate OF Trump since she did not receive a place in the cabinet of DJT PRESIDENT.
    She’s a real viper. Inexcusable. Watch her interview with the DONALD recently. Total disrespect.
    Yuuuuucccckkj!

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  36. mg says:

    I feel sorry for you people that watch Fox. Fox hates your guts. Cut the cablel and loose the cabal.

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  37. digleigh says:

    Lots of speculation, and I did not see it as anything nefarious..Does SD have some evidence why she would try to cover? Ingraham is not perfect, but I get a little tired of eating our own, and the conservative inc. Folks vs.woke conservatives war, etc…We will need everyone in 2020!! We know some people who were against Trump now fully in his camp…We know those that did not like Trump who now see his positive actions..We better keep our critique for the socialists/communists/totalitarian/ islamists globalist cabal!!! We will never fully agree with all conservative media..I also do not mind those critiquing foreign visas, or war powers!! We need libertarians too!!

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    • I posted b/f I read your comment, and I am rethinking this. I forget that not everyone thinks like me, or is informed on the same level. People are busy, working all day, child care, don’t have time to read these important blogs, so have minimal exposure to the mountains of information that is out there. So for them, I must admit, we are lucky to have these voices on Cable. Spreading the truth is more important than the messengers. Thanks for re-directing me.

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  38. “Hannitus Interruptus style of self-important talking that destroys the opportunity for decent information. :::Sigh:::” So true!!
    I have never sat down to watch either of their shows, they are redundant in a non-helpful way, they roll over guests, they are so similar in their style. It is like 2 hours back to back of a run-on-sentence. All radio, computer, podcast etc would have to be completely eradicated before I would turn either of them on. Hannity gives conservatives a bad name. IMHO. On the other hand, Maria Bartiromo is whiz kid, and puts these two to shame. When you have watched her interviews, you actually have new information and can understand it on a deeper level.

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  39. Emuuuu says:

    Laura has a close eye on the deal being thrown at Shep at msnbc and she thinks she may want summadat!

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  40. stenwin77 says:

    Laura gotta Laura. I think she’s just being her usual interrupting interviewer.

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  41. Carter Burger says:

    “Hannitus Interruptus” is the reason I’ve taken him and Ingraham out of my DVR schedule. Tucker is starting to engage in it a little too. Highly annoying.

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  42. Gary Lacey says:

    Laura may have let ego or rubbing shoulders get in the way of opportunity lost.
    It could have been the Paula Zahn syndrome, Laura was overcome with wanting to be part of the news….instead of just reporting the news….in Zahn’s case …..”ah, this is my show”?

    Maria Bartiroma is one of the best interviewer’s in the business! She isn’t going to let ego get in the way of doing the job

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  43. MR52 says:

    Her brother “twits” all sorts of nasty stuff about her.

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  44. Luis says:

    I am sorry but if repercussions will come, they need to be the harshest in history. This cannot happen ever again or we won’t have a country. POTUS is surrounded by vultures and jackals waiting to tear him apart. I don’t care who is President after he leaves but this banana republic state cannot exist here. I want punitive punishment and in public so everyone can see.

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  45. dorothea says:

    Are you all forgetting that Laura spoke at the GOP Convention when many others were shunning Trump? She was unable to sleep in 2016 thinking that Hillary was going to win and also knowing that Comey was in the FBIi. She takes no prisoners, and it is ridiculous to think that she doesn’t want the corrupt FBI to be held accountable.

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  46. I didn’t detect any dissimulation on Laura’s part. I can even sympathize–there are so many tentacles in so many orifices that it’s hard to just dance with the octopus who brung you.

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  47. spmi says:

    She Laura is not the Laura who made that excellent speech. She just turned when not given a job.
    Ego is surely her amigo and downfall.

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  48. kaste668 says:

    I wonder if she has been instructed that she can pose as a conservative as long as she keeps talking and doesn’t let the guest truly say anything supporting POTUS.

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  49. Sigh2016 says:

    After part 1 of her “interview” (attempted beat down) of the President, I won’t watch her again. Dunzo. I work with enough bombastic know-it-all’s that I don’t want it in my house, as well.

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  50. dcnnc says:

    I don’t interpret this as Ingraham cutting off Nunes for scurrilous reasons at all. I interpret this as Ingraham protecting her brand by refocusing Nunes on what she’s prepared to talk about (that’s why she shuffles her notes) so she doesn’t appear unprepared or caught off guard in front of her fans.

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