Sunday Talks: Jim Jordan Discusses FBI, Flynn Prosecution, Rosenstein, Page, Strzok, and How it all Connects…

Ohio congressman Jim Jordan appears with Maria Bartiromo to discuss the full background of the FBI surveillance impetus and how the bigger picture brings all of the government activity forward to the actions behind an impeachment trial.

In the full picture, the totality of government effort, the arc of all swamp action, has been to remove a president who is everything these administrative state officials oppose.  It is the independence of a Peoples’ President that represents the threat to the system…

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73 Responses to Sunday Talks: Jim Jordan Discusses FBI, Flynn Prosecution, Rosenstein, Page, Strzok, and How it all Connects…

  1. Julian says:

    Come on Maria’s team – whoever does the doodle at the bottom – get your facts straight – Jeff Van Drew is a Republican these days – not a Democrat!

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  2. mazziflol says:

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    • chojun says:

      Just want to highlight that I don’t see any self-interest in a cover-up on Rosenstein’s part by releasing the Page/Strzok texts.

      I think his side of the story hasn’t really been told yet. I hope he gets the chance – he has a lot of explaining to do.

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    • luke says:

      LP doesn’t seem to happy with RR now does she? Almost sounded as a veiled threat. “We know you’re lying because you were with us Rosy.”

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  3. delighteddeplorable says:

    Jordan 2024

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  4. Report? There best be indictments before a stupid report is released.

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    • coltlending says:

      That’s all we’re going to get, Reviews & Reports.

      And, more attempts at taking down POTUS before the Election.

      The Uniparty is the Majority in our Government.

      And, if POTUS is re-elected god willing, in the next four years we are going to see more of what we have seen in the last four years.

      It’s evident the Uniparty isn’t going away unless they are literally forced out.

      POTUS is just one remarkable man. He is doing more than any one man, but he is just one man.

      The Uniparty is just going to string it along till he is out of office.

      It’s so obscenely expensive to run for office, in the scheme of Congress, the Uniparty is not likely going any where.

      We are aging. What generation behind us is going to physically tear down the Uniparty in our lifetime?

      Sorry if the truth hurts.

      At this juncture I don’t see Barr, Durham or Congress stepping up.

      Horowitz sure didn’t.

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      • luke says:

        Not sure what you mean Horowitz did a fantastic job sifting through this bs. He tee’d up Barr and Durham like nobody’s business. Barr/Durham will not file a report (indictments or no indictments) but he will hold a press conference. There absolutely no way for Barr/Durham to walk this back at this point. Also remember they’re not meeting with Mike Rogers and not getting good information; damming information. About the only sabotage those 2 can pull is slow walk this until prime election season at which point they say “Our investigation must wait for the election results.” If they do that It’s simple should Trump and the GOP win big expect big heads to roll. If we lose than it will be swept under the swamp. There is also a chance that Barr/Durham do act before the height of the election 2020. But don’t hold your breath on that.

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          Barr/Durham will not file a report

          Disagree.
          That’s exactly what Durham will do.
          He’s functioning as a “Special Counsel”—a fed prosecutor assigned a task.
          (Both Ratcliffe and McCabe have even called him that)
          Special counsel regs require a report to the AG of prosecutive or declinative decision.
          (Note: Mueller failed to do that on “obstruction”….a failure noted by Barr himself in testimony)
          Barr has said too many things publicly that he will have to reconcile.
          So even if to “exonerate” there will be a report.

          As such, report and indictments are not mutually exclusive.

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          • smartyjones1 says:

            AG Barr said in the NBC interview he hadn’t decided on any Durham report. He emphasized the process of the investigation. That is exactly what the Dems dread and fear.

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            • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

              First let me commend you on having watched and listened closely to that interview.
              And it’s a hell of an interview.

              We may be talking at cross purposes.
              Barr is running Durham as if he were a special counsel without officially appointing him as Special Counsel.
              I don’t think Barr believes he needs to or that he wants that official appointment for several reasons.
              He has told Congress how it’s being funded.
              (Boyd letter to Nadler)
              Also gives Barr the ability to direct Durham’s actions and being more collaborative —which he mentions in that interview.

              However a special counsel is required to provide a report TO THE AG giving reasons for prosecution or declination.
              The AG then decides how or if at all that is reported to the American people.
              Barr spoke extensively about this process….how Mueller didn’t follow it for some reason Barr couldn’t even “recapitulate”….
              And how once Mueller finished it became his “Baby”
              I expect Durham will provide Barr one and after that we’ll see.
              Barr has gone way….way out with his public comments….
              “Spying” “Bogus” “Sham” “Collapsed” “Abuse” etc….
              if he’s gonna backtrack
              IMO he’s gonna also want some paper to back up that backtrack.

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      • tucker7518 says:

        But, when Trump is re-elected some of the attacks will stop, because he won’t be running in 2024.

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        • thedoc00 says:

          No they will not stop for two reasons:
          1. President Trump is still there to thwart them and he “must be destroyed”.
          2. They need to nip in the bud anybody who even aspires to carry on the MAGA legacy, independent of the “Deep State”.

          The threat represented by President Trump or a successor who aspires to continue his legacy does not end until after the election in 2024 of a Swamp compliant presidential candidate and congress.

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    • visage13 says:

      Agreed, there is no Durham report it is either indictments or no indictments.

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      • mr.piddles says:

        There won’t (shouldn’t!!!) be a “report”… but WHICHEVER path the Durham activity takes, Barr will have a lot of splainin’ to do. There will have to be significant amounts of DOJ disclosure of some forms and fashions to justify action/non-action.

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      • Ray Runge says:

        Durham has had available many investigated cases prepared for a grand jury and indictments since Nunes sent his Houe Committee report in 2018.

        Tell me about the grand juries. The most biased person on the planet, IG Horowitz has sent the DoJ criminal referrals and— CRICKETTS from the Bill Barr DoJ.

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      • ezgoer says:

        The Durham investigation will end the same way the Huber investigation ended. With a one line press release stating that no criminality was found necessitating any further action. Barr invented the Durham investigation to stall out the remainder of Trump’s term. In all likelihood Barr knows there is a scheme in place to cook the vote tabulation to ensure the Democrat wins. Do you really think after all we have seen for near 4 years that the establishment of both parties and the administrative state is going to allow Trump to be re-elected?

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  5. DeWalt says:

    What is sad is that when Trump is gone a majority of this country will be happy to return to Bread and Circuses.

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  6. Julian says:

    Maybe you could post this video of Graham with a snappy headline?

    “I like Nancy Pelosi, I’ve known her for years, and I think she is a very religious person, but when it comes to Donald Trump, Nancy Pelosi may pray for him privately, but she’s orchestrated the church of holy hell from the time Trump has been sworn in to now has been one thing after another,” Graham said during the interview.”

    Perhaps the following?

    “Fake Republican Miss Lindsey Graham playfully chides his ‘good friend’ Nancy Pelosi over her impeachment games in the House – Lindsey confirmed quickly that despite these games he still ‘likes her’l

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/01/senator-graham-nancy-pelosi-orchestrated-the-church-of-holy-hell-against-trump-video/

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      This week’s nomination for stupidest statement , ever.

      The first paragraph of Graham’s blithering Julian posted
      above. Doesn’t his mouth get fatigued from him talking
      out of both sides of it? What normal, rational, remotely
      honest human being ever talks like this? Is there a stage
      in evolution that we all missed out on? Pathetic.

      The beer’s kicking in. You might have guessed.

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      • Ray Runge says:

        Ms. Lindsey would love to see Trump be booted out of presidency. Any other POTUS would permit the corrupt skim of military / foreign aide to continue and not expose the paws in the honey pot Uniparty actors

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  7. IGiveUp says:

    ” It is the independence of a Peoples’ President that represents the threat to the system…”

    This illustrates the point that all that has been going on isn’t some grand conspiracy involving thousands or tens of thousand of people. It’s simply “the system.” It’s how it works. The trick is to make it our system again. This is precisely what the Left understands that the Right doesn’t.

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    • Raptors2020 says:

      As the great Mark Steyn says “politics is downstream from culture”. The Left has captured the education system and the media. CNN is biased because CNN knows nothing else. Donald Trump is a vestige of the America that was. Are there warriors prepared to fight the next battle, to rescue our culture from savages educated in the secular, leftist culture that remains?

      Is there a Christian prepared to fight the battle for the America that was? Spain found El Cid; America will need to find such a figure. Must we descend to Venezuela to realize that is not the way to go?

      The absurd concept that progress is inevitable will die a hard death. The industrial revolution produced the assumption that change and progress are synonymous.

      We’re down to believing that Elon Musk flying to Mars is realistic. Maybe clean water in Flint or lower murder rates in Chicago would be more realistic?

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  8. Genie says:

    Poor Rod. Woke up today as persona non grata everywhere, left and right. Not sad.

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  9. MNBV says:

    Rosie is Anti Trump to his bootstraps.
    He released the emails for reasons yet to be discovered.
    Perhaps because to not release such obvious evidence of FBI political corruption would have included him in the cover up at a later date.

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  10. islandpalmtrees says:

    THIS IS SCARY “It is the independence of a Peoples’ President that represents the threat to the system…”

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  11. islandpalmtrees says:

    The message seems clear, first President Trump and his family then us and ours.

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    • Linda K. says:

      It is not inevitable that the deep state will win. We have them on the run and they are making mistakes. They are no longer invisible. Soon, they will reach the tipping point and drop off into obscurity or prison or both.

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  12. luke says:

    Anybody know why RR authorized the release of those Strozk and Page texts? The only thing I can think of is to take heat off of himself but that would only be short term. Those texts which implicate bias against PDT concerning high level FBI officials will most like roll up to RR and cause problems at some point. I know SD has listed some shady events perpetrated by RR. Could he actually be a good guy that got fooled and later saw the error of his ways? He I’m just spitballing here guys lol.

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    • Linda K. says:

      I think Rosey wanted the attention to go somewhere away from himself. Strzok and Page effectively took center stage.

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    • DD More says:

      Luke – Could he actually be a good guy that got fooled and later saw the error of his ways?

      I see him as a Grey Hat, and out to protect himself. Couple of things come to mind.
      Rosenstein joined the US DoJ through the Attorney General’s Honors Program. From 1990 to 1993, he prosecuted public corruption cases as a trial attorney with the Public Integrity Section of the Criminal Division, the latter of which was led by then Assistant Attorney General Robert Mueller.
      President George W. Bush nominated Rosenstein to serve as the United States Attorney for the District of Maryland on May 23, 2005.
      Attorney General Eric Holder appointed Rosenstein to prosecute General James Cartwright, a former Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, for leaking to reporters.Cartwright pled guilty, but was later pardoned by Obama.
      President Trump nominated Rosenstein to serve as Deputy Attorney General for the United States Department of Justice on February 1, 2017.
      He was one of the 46 United States Attorneys ordered on March 10, 2017, to resign by Attorney General Jeff Sessions;
      Trump declined his resignation. Rosenstein was confirmed by the Senate on April 25, 2017, by a vote of 94–6

      @Johnheretohelp
      Thank you. I worked with Rod Rosenstein, on his dirty tricks squad, for several years. The computer experts there hacked Hillary, and MANY others, I’ve seen all of it, copies exist. RR likes to play all sides of the street, has dirt on everybody. He is truly a hideous person.

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  13. Blind no Longer says:

    Accountability….it always comes down to this question. Will there be any?
    So far none.
    If there isn’t, this country is done for.

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  14. mtk says:

    Damn straight, never a more TRUTHFUL statement.

    The way I see it the President has exactly five months to kick the front door down on the swamp. Anything less just moves that time frame window into the election cycle where tradition has it judicial action is to take a back seat. However that may all be moot.

    Right now, again the way I see it, all aligned swamp players are holding their breath on the Senate Impeachment Verdict. The one thing and the easiest thing to manufacture that makes this all go away is for the Senate to vote 2/3 present AYE on the Articles.

    I am not holding my breath that Chief Justice Roberts won’t shut down the President defence with a simple adjudication of, ‘This about the President’s scope of actions as reference in the Articles, and attempts to broaden the scope are invalid.”
    So there in-lies the gambit.
    Again I am not holding my breath. I have sceen enough of the FBI/DOJ swamp’s actions over the last three years to not consider the FIX IS IN.
    At this point IF THIS accurate…

    the only question is who is going to be left holding the bag. That answer is contained in the meme’s assertions.
    That is the brass ring Lawfare is playing for. Under our Constitution, public opinion is not the direct rule of law, our Representative Officials are empowered to vote in our name.
    Never forget, quiet contrary to direct democratic presentations/protestations in the MSM, the reality is our Constitution is now the hands of 100 politicians or 2/3 of those present. All aviable evidence says this the end point of Lawfare’s objectives and they are batting 1000.

    The swamp has spent manys years ingraining themselves into this Constitutional crux. To think they are suddenly going to give up the ghost. Is absurd.

    In the meme of asking the right F’ing questions…
    If the deep state, and by deep state I mean those calling the shots in stacking the deck have an over riding objective,
    “Ask yourself would the 2016 hoopla actually be quite copasetic with the current situation if it was seen as a great ‘leap forward’. A means to an end that would advanced Trotsky Fabian desires by several decades.”

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    • mtk says:

      President Trump
      Declassify the entire swamp. Expose the whole constructed mess.
      Your entire historical presence is being based on…

      Never has there been a clearer assertion on the Truth.
      If we as a Nation are to be pay a price, LET IT be the Progressive’s that implode. Let them shoot themselves in the foot. There are tens of millions wanting, wlling and able to pick up the pieces.
      The alternative is to succeed to fear to the joys of the Progressive upper hand.

      In my opinion you will be historically judge as either compatriot or an enabler of the swanp.

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  15. swamph8er says:

    Jim Jordan mentions the “Durham Report” and that scares the crap out of me.

    You don’t need a report to arrest someone and anyone who writes a report instead of handing out indictments is focused on the narrative and is part of the coverup.

    I want to be wrong because Durham was my last hope.

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    • MNBV says:

      Correct.
      All the perps involved could have been indicted on evidence available years ago.
      Barr has more respect for US law than the FBI, but that doesn’t mean he’ll not protect the Institutions as being more important than the people or the Constitution.
      Durham is certainly the last game in town.
      The insurer of last resort in this operation wasn’t Steele, it’s the DoJ……all they have to do is refuse to prosecute, no reason required, and that’s it, all over, all perps walk.

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  16. Retired IG says:

    Thank you as always CTH for posting the TV for folks like me that don’t want or have one. Go Maria and Jordan (is that a black mike under his chin or what?)/ Had a dear and old friend send this this phrase to me today:: “Don’t expect others to make up for what you’ve been through.”.
    While this was a comment pertaining to my own situation alone, I am thinking this pertains to whole political situation as well. I want to own my forking rifle, that I can barely shoot if I want to kill a groundhog.(just can’t do it). I want so many people in our government to PAY DEARLY AND LIVE IN MORBID shame for the rest of their lives and be run NAKED through the streets for the crimes they have committed against our President and our country. Scary thought. Ugh.
    But know I will ever get what I want. But am hoping to get what I NEED. Justice.
    The Rolling Stones:

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  17. glamisbatman says:

    Can someone please tell me how it is possible that we are even here. From the beginning, you have an anonymous complaint, not a whistle blower. The fact that it does not even qualify as a whistleblower should have been the end of it.

    Then, last but not least you have 2 articles of impeachment that don’t meet the requirements. That should have reallly been the end of it.

    Come Tuesday if its not dismissed we have an impeachment trial for non criminal allegations from an anonymous complaint. WTF

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    • David A says:

      Glamis… says “Come Tuesday if its not dismissed we have an impeachment trial for non criminal allegations from an anonymous complaint.” Good summary, perhaps more complete as…
      Come Tuesday if its not dismissed we have an impeachment trial for non criminal allegations from an anonymous complaint that is known to be false.”

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    • IGiveUp says:

      I know it’s kind of a rhetorical comment and expresses both the absurdity and the frustration of the situation, but I still think it’s worth reminding people how it happened.

      As another commenter mentioned elsewhere, the saying “politics is downstream from culture” applies here. The Congress and the entire gov’t will work and behave in different ways in different eras. The Constitution and justice and law and order and will be adhered to or dismissed in different ways in different eras. We live in a moment when American culture is rotten and debased. There is no way our gov’t can be otherwise. That is a sad but very helpful truth. If we want better government we need better Americans.

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      • ziggy says:

        IGIVE – IMO, you are SPOT ON. But…..there is One who has worked – at various times – throughout history to – graciously – reversed inevitable consequences. His name is, Yahweh. He may relent of (forgone) judgement, based on His mysterious counsel. (Examples: God sparing Zoar – and Lot – on behalf of Abraham [Genesis 19:27-30…also, compare his dealings with Israel in Romans 9:27 -30… Granted, United States is NOT (national) Israel; regardlesst He has dealt graciously with this nation of ours]. One thing is for sure, regardless of how things shake out: He will deal graciously with His elect – those individuals who repent and remain faithful to his calling. THY KINGDOM COME!

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  18. hawkins6 says:

    The questions the Senators will be allowed to ask during the “trial” have to be written down and then read by Justice Roberts. Imagine how much would be lost if Judge Roberts had spoken in place of Reps Jordan, Collins, Ratcliffe and so on in the House. Their fiery eloquent comments were very convincing. It will be a monotone,detached question period in the Senate.

    So far, the Senate does not have anywhere near as many eloquent and effective speakers and defenders speaking out as the House had via the FC members, Rep. Nunes etc. I hope more step up but how many are only pondering what is the best way to vote and act to preserve their positions rather than focusing on defending POTUS from impeachment. If he’s impeached by the Senate it will be game over for most of them anyway so they should be vigorously defending the only guy elected by the nation.

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  19. Rynn69 says:

    There will be no witnesses because the Senate will be at risk of exposing their own corruption.

    As the American people watch representatives in government play “People’s Court” and waste tax payer dollars, nothing gets done. None of this matters because Americans see it as a scam to begin with.

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  20. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    Speaking of the independence of a Peoples’ president:
    During Monday’s broadcast of CBS’s “This Morning,” former Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) sounded off on his outspokenness against President Donald Trump ahead of the upcoming Senate impeachment trial.
    Flake said it is “difficult” for Republican lawmakers to speak out against Trump because they do not want to lose their jobs.
    “It’s difficult because they want to keep their jobs, and the president is extremely popular among Republican primary voters,” Flake explained. (snip)

    Can you imagine that in America, politicians would be beholden to the voters who elected them?? It must be white nationalism or Russian nazis or something.

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