Mark Meadows and Trey Gowdy Discuss Impeachment and FBI FISA Fraud…

Mark Meadows and Trey Gowdy appear on Fox News with Maria Bartiromo to discuss their perspectives on the ongoing impeachment trial of President Trump.  Both Meadows and Gowdy point out the important aspect in HPSCI Chairman and Lead House Manager Adam Schiff constructing false information to continue an ongoing effort; that has never ceased since the original fraudulent claims around the Russia collusion conspiracy.

Mr. Gowdy notes the unusual 2020 narrative that running for office makes you immune from any federal investigative inquiry; and contrasts that position against 2016 where candidate Donald Trump was considered a viable target by the Obama administration.

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74 Responses to Mark Meadows and Trey Gowdy Discuss Impeachment and FBI FISA Fraud…

  1. Super Elite Lt. Col. Covfefe999 says:

    Maria is THE BEST inverviewer! She’s probably the only thing I miss about not having cable, so thanks Sundance for posting these interviews.

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  2. woodstuff says:

    Did I see something purple?

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Yeah Gowdy looks like he’s late for his parade or something.
      I like the remark about a “meth lab in a trailer park”, it describes the Buraq regime really well.

      Liked by 17 people

    • Linda K. says:

      Maria has matching colors so maybe it is ok.

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    • ms doodlebug says:

      No, you don’t see purple. It’s lavender which is lighter and has blue undertones. It’s violet mixed with white. Purple is darker and has red undertones. And I’ll be damned if I stop wearing lavender or purple just because Hillary wore purple. And I won’t stop wearing white because Nancy and her girls wore white at the SOTU. Those old hags don’t get to make ‘fashion’ rules.

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        Tulsi G seems to be wearing white on a constant basis. What’s that all about, and I like white, but what a chore as Laura I said her dry cleaning bills must be really high.

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  3. evergreen says:

    There’s the president’s defense team “undercuts” the prosecution again. While true, it misconstrues the trial. The last straw broke the camels back. The last straw was merely piling on. The camel’s back was already good as gone–not much credit available for the last straw.

    This trial revolves around grasping and accepting the obvious: Trump is required by law to ferret out and quash government corruption, manage international relations to the benefit of the USA, and otherwise act in accordance with USA law in furtherance of USA interests. Ukraine was all of the above. Case closed. How to press the obvious so that it sticks with the dense?

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    • Judith says:

      The dense will never know the truth as long as the media continues to feed them lies. They are too dense to figure out who is lying to them. They can’t handle the truth, because then they would have to admit what dumba$$es they’ve been for buying that crap in the first place.

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      • LafnH20 says:

        Short, Sweet and Spot On, Judith.

        I said to someone recently, “You KNOW in your Heart they are lying to you!”… Don’t you??

        Their response, “Well, EVERYBODY “I know” believes them…so it MUST be true! They ARE the NEWS, Ya know!”

        There are none so blind…. as those who might lose friends on fb.
        🤔
        Or something like that

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        • BigTalkers says:

          Someone here put it the best I’ve heard awhile back…

          They knew this entire charade was a scam all along, and that’s never bothered them. Their only regret being is it didn’t work!

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      • carterzest says:

        Excellent, and of course, “the Mamet Principle”!

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      • Tony Clarke says:

        It’s like they think they’re smart for simply watching/accepting the news or reading headlines…something anyone can do. And that anyone who questions or counters that spoonfed news is uninformed. Those same people used to question all the news from 2000 to 2008 and were against one world order. Up until 2008. Heck, Pelosi actually stood at a podium and said the CIA lies to them all the time. HUH?

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    • MagaMia says:

      Many of the dense have lost their ability to discern truth, and those that can still discern truth have no appetite for it.

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    • Ackman419 says:

      Some indictments and jail time might convince a few dense ones.
      The rest … I don’t know.
      How many people do you know who’ve actually backtracked on their muh Russia beliefs?
      None from my life.
      If anything, they double down. It’s caused me to really question the sanity and intelligence of some people that I know aren’t crazy or stupid.
      TDS and the investment many people have in hating PDJT is incurable, currently.

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        Most people I know and have spoken to all think this Russia story is insanity and they can’t believe the stupidity, ignorance of the Americans that even entertain that thought. How, when where?? The english version of stupid says it can’t be changed, serbians say budale ostaju budale, translates to, stupid stays stupid.

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    • stevelbrown says:

      One problem is that the republicans surrendered from the beginning by saying that any suggestion to Ukraine that the aid might be dependent on them investigating corruption would be a problem, That should not have been conceded at all

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  4. Reloader says:

    How stoned does Gowdy look? Just one joint? Two? Or is it just the lighting they have on him?

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  5. “Mr. Gowdy notes the unusual 2020 narrative that running for office makes you immune from any federal investigative inquiry; and contrasts that position against 2016 where candidate Donald Trump was considered a viable target by the Obama administration.”…

    …unless, of course, you are the VSGPDJT, who is running for office in 2020, just as he did in 2016, and in both cases was the subject of a “federal investigative inquiry” and a political opponent of those directing the investigation.

    If we are to be consistent, perhaps those directing the investigation now need to be investigated.

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  6. Skidroe says:

    The president has total authority to withhold aid from any country for any reason. He can also have any country investigate corruption. Obama did it to Trump. Our President has been investigated every day since before he took office. If Joe Biden did nothing wrong he should not be afraid of an investigation. You would think he would want his name cleared. Only if he did something wrong would he fight the investigation. Biden and the left are doing the same thing as pleading the 5th.

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  7. Battleship Wisconsin says:

    Why is Adam Schiff impugning the honesty and integrity of Senate Republicans in their own chamber of the Congress? On the surface, this would not seem to be the smartest thing to be doing.

    Schiff is doing It because one of the major goals of the Democrat’s impeachment media circus is to generate propaganda sound bites which can then be used against Republican incumbents in the 2020 Congressional races.

    In the fall of 2020, expect to see a number of campaign ads where current Democratic Party senators appear beside their favored Congressional candidates claiming that Senate Republicans had engaged in a coverup of provable high crimes and misdemeanors on the president’s part.

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    • trump20162024 says:

      The antidote for such misleading dhimmi “ads” is to play ex-VP Jar Jar Biden’s extortionist video at the CFR. That video should be replayed as much as possible between now and election day.

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    • Bingo

      They have ALWAYS known there was NO WAY the Senate would EVER convict President based on their flimsy, manufactured accusations. NO WAY.

      This whole CHARADE was staged to affect the 2020 elections. The House, the Senate, and the WH are all at stake. SOME PEOPLE are saying that this sham impeachment will HURT Dems at the polls. I’m not so sure about that.

      Question:

      How many of us are ALREADY afraid to publicly express our support for Donald Trump? How many “Undecideds” will be swayed against GOP candidates in November?

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      • Battleship Wisconsin says:

        In the circles I travel in, I’m a minority in being a strong Trump supporter. That said, I’m open in my support for what Donald Trump is doing, and I focus my efforts on persuading the undecided.

        This means crossing swords with the many TDS sufferers I’m in contact with on a regular basis, many of them relatives.

        The advantage I have over these people is that I’m smarter than they are, I’m better informed than they are about the issues of the day, and they can’t get rid of me easily.

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        • My problem is that I’m surrounded by opinionated snobs whose children go to school with my grandchildren. If I “Come Out” the kids suffer. If it was just me, I’d paint “TRUMP2020” on all 4 sides of the house and install giant inflatable Trump lawn ornaments. As it is, I don’t even wear a MAGA hat, and treat my neighbors like they’re Nazi informants in 1939 Berlin.

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          • slowcobra says:

            …”the kids suffer.”

            Outside observer thinks that if you do NOT show your support, then that is exactly what leads TO your grandchildren suffering. After all, this entire charade is all about the future (your and everyone else’s grandchildren). If for anyone, you should be “coming out” for them.

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      • botchedcasuality says:

        The strategy works, the Russia hoax & Mueller investigation helped the Dems take the House.
        That complimented with the lame Paul Ryan’s failure to promote fresh, inspiring recruits fo replace the retiring snd the Repub. quitters.

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        • Battleship Wisconsin says:

          botchedcasuality: “The strategy works, the Russia hoax & Mueller investigation helped the Dems take the House. That complimented with the lame Paul Ryan’s failure to promote fresh, inspiring recruits fo replace the retiring and the Repub. quitters.”

          The Russia hoax played a part in that it energized the Democrat’s base. But more than that, many Republican Congressmen decided they didn’t want to be on the Trump team, Paul Ryan among them. And the Republican establishment decided not to go all out in defending MAGA. This was especially evident in California, but it was also true elsewhere in many House contests where the Democrats won the seat from the Republicans.

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  8. Blind no Longer says:

    I have to say that as much as I distrust Gowdy, that man can sure make an argument. I believe his skills as a Prosecutor are excellent.

    Liked by 7 people

    • MagaMia says:

      Agree, Blind. He’s very persuasive and entertaining.

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    • Ackman419 says:

      Way better than Nadler or Schiff. He makes those 2 look like meth heads.
      Too bad ole Roosterhead is a swamp dog.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Unlike Ratcliffe and Jordan, you never know if Gowdy is on our side.
      But you’re right about him being a skilled Prosecutor.

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      • BitterC says:

        The fact you don’t know which “side” he is on just goes to prove he is on the “side” of the Constitution (as he sees it) and our country.

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    • LafnH20 says:

      An investigation was launched against President Trump based on a conversation in a some bar.

      While “Sleepy Joe” is untouchable even when he publically -(on CAMERA)- admits to using Coercion (and dropping o’s name for extra Ummmf) to protect himself, his spawn and who knows Who Else….
      while serving as Vice President of the United States!!

      If I were him… guess I’d be RUNNING TOO!

      🤔

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  9. mr.piddles says:

    “[…] contrasts that position against 2016 where candidate Donald Trump was considered a viable target by the Obama administration.”

    Not a Club member.

    On the bright side: Whober’s hot on the trail of the Clinton Crime Syndicate… finally! Oh wait. Never mind. That’s not actually happening.

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  10. Blind no Longer says:

    My two favorite things Gowdy said: #! All it took to get a Presidential candidate investigated was a conversation in a bar. What does it take to get Joe and Hunter Biden investigated?
    #2 This is not some meth lab in a trailor park here, we’re talking about the President of the United States…LOLOLOL

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  11. 17 Intelligence Agencies and 17 Witnesses All Agree: there is an 18th witness they don’t want to hear from!

    Former National Security Division Asst, AG Michael Atkinson, now Intel Inspector General Michael Atkinson; a man involved in both RussiaGate and UkraineGate. He and Shifty forged the dirty new Whistleblower Form to get Impeachment rolling.

    Release the Transcript, Adam! The President did.

    BTW, Adam should be asked if he seized any of the phone records of senators, like he did to Rep. Nunes. And then we should ask the phone company because Schiff is a pathological liar.

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  12. todayistheday99 says:

    How about let’s quit pretending that a conversation in a bar was the reason they began the investigation of Donald J Trump, Roster Head! It was the phoney mechanism that was used to frame Donald J Trump. Their was never an investigation because their was never a crime. Roster Head still thinks we don’t know that anyone … absolutely anyone … who ever showed an ounce of concern about Russian collision is a traitor.

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    • Rhi says:

      “How about let’s quit pretending that a conversation in a bar was the reason they began the investigation of Donald J Trump, Roster Head! It was the phoney mechanism that was used to frame Donald J Trump.”
      Nailed it. And exposed Gowdy as a spin merchant, a deceiver or woefully ignorant. I go with the former.

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  13. The Ukrainian President himself — the only other person on that phone call with the President — has assured everyone there was no pressure, and his testimony is the “best evidence”, that wipes out any and all innuendo. Even more fundamentally, no one seems to want to point out that the Ukrainians were investigating the Burisma-Biden corruption on their own — that’s why Biden threatened them if they didn’t STOP INVESTIGATING; then they tried, for about a year I’ve read, to inform President Trump of Biden’s blackmail, but were stymied by Ambassador Yovanovitch disallowing them visas to do so — and THAT’S why Yovanovitch was removed by President Trump, for her clearly criminal actions. President Trump is the hero, everyone else against him are the dark, demonic villains. It is all insane on their part, and on the part of the Republicans who are pretending this is all just political schtick (oops, I misspelled “excrement” there, sorry).

    Since the Democrats became “The Insane Left” in 2008, when they decided to raise up and follow Obama/Soetoro into the wilds of radical, activist hysteria and revenge-minded cultism, they have not been a legitimate political force, only a criminal mob and insane cult. And we have not had a legitimate federal government. (That’s what I think of you too, Romney, and all of the NeverTrumpers — you are all illegitimate, criminal, and worthless to common sense.)

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