Senator Rand Paul Discusses Importance Impeachment Origination – Was This Planned Months/Years in Advance?…

Senator Rand Paul appears on Fox News with Martha MacCallum to discuss how the impeachment process originated.   One of Senator Paul’s concerns centers around staff of Adam Schiff and the HPSCI plotting the impeachment process.

Former NSC member Sean Misko (currently on Schiff’s staff), and former DOJ-NSD head, Mary McCord, may have participated in constructing a whistle-blower complaint eventually presented by CIA operative Eric Ciaramella; using false evidence provided by current NSC member Alexander Vindman.

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96 Responses to Senator Rand Paul Discusses Importance Impeachment Origination – Was This Planned Months/Years in Advance?…

  1. Donald Young says:

    Scrubbed for your safety.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Linda K. says:

    Why the hell does Martha MacCallum tell him not to mention any names? Why did Roberts censor his question?

    Liked by 13 people

    • Sammy Hains says:

      Because they’re both tools.

      Liked by 11 people

    • Julia Adams says:

      Martha is a lightweight. She has no credibility and is controlled by the Fox News higher ups.

      Liked by 13 people

    • johnnybiface says:

      McCallum, and this other post adolescent fool, Roberts, like the Dem impeachment team, are tragic cartoon figures. We are living in a cartoon. These are adults and these fools are acting like saying the names of Chiarwhatever and Misco names are akin to speaking the “Candy Man” name 3 times and that they will be murdered if they say these seditionists names!

      This government is run by a farcical Deep State with the eastern media. It makes the Hunger Games capitolists say – Hold My Beer.

      Liked by 3 people

    • luke says:

      I think Fox has some rule about mentioning Cirarella’s (forgive misspell) name for some reason. I wish to hell everyone on our side would just start using it will. We’re trying to play nice though; even PDT isn’t really using his name. I don’t need to remind you that only a few items like that are off limits to the Trumpster so there’s a reason I guess. I’m not worried tho the Republicans with the exception of Pierre Dilecto and couple others are doing us proud. I’m going to trust them and that includes McConnel to get my President’s 6. I look for this to be wrapped up in the next day or so hopefully with some carryover. That is what is needed a bi partisan dismissal will make the leftists think twice about opening this door again. Either way our mission if clear; to stay impassioned and energized throughout this election season. We must WIN and BIGLY.

      Liked by 4 people

      • buzzybee says:

        In order to win bigly, more American citizens need to wake up. Far too many have been propagandized/brainwashed/dumbed down. I continue to try to educate/debrief every chance I get, but the hour is late. However, PDJT himself is doing a great job of educating the citizenry, which is sorely needed. Even this impeachment trial has given me a great review of the constitution and why it was put into place. Of course, I listened mainly to Counselor Sekulow and team for my learning experience. Agree that passion and energy for Trump supporters must remain in place thru this year.

        Liked by 5 people

      • The Devilbat says:

        I hope that when this is all over that there is an investigation into Eric Citronella or whatever his name is.

        Liked by 8 people

      • swal106 says:

        Because some sites are censoring your post’s when you write Ciaramella’s name. I have never in my life seen such cowardice in my life from my fellow Americans.

        Liked by 4 people

    • William Warburg says:

      I call him C I A – ramella. And if Misko is part of this treason – it’s no wonder why bug eyes railed on about “protecting his staff “. Hopefully most of the senators are just as sick of listening to bug eyes ad naseum as the rest of us. Time to impeach Schiff, Nader and Nancy if they can’t be tried for treason.

      Liked by 8 people

      • buzzybee says:

        It’s my understanding that POTUS has asked Schiff to resign. My personal opinion is if Nixon could resign, then so can a congressman who has behaved horribly/treasonously. I think Schiff should resign after the Senate is done.

        Liked by 5 people

    • 58doug says:

      Roberts inventing another law out of nothing

      Liked by 1 person

    • NIN JAH says:

      When folks realize that the left-right paradigm is a sham, it will be too late.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Sammy Hains says:

    Was Rand able to get his question asked on the floor of the Senate some other way?
    I saw some discussion to that effect.
    Anyone have more info on that, or a video clip?

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Linda K. says:

    Why should Misko and Ciaramello be beyond scrutiny. Two pajama boys , giggling together. making plans with Mama McCord. Right now, Schiff is angling to get our pathetic Chief Justice to be arbitrator for witnesses! I am beyond disgusted and furious.

    Liked by 22 people

    • Somebody says:

      The dems have been angling for Roberts to be the final arbiter since the trial opened. Schumer had amendments to that effect that were voted down. Just about every D senator that’s given a press conference has said something to the effect the CJ can decide these things. The CJ can rule on executive privilege. The CJ can decide which witnesses are relevant, blah, blah.

      This seems to have been the lawfare plan to do an end run around the courts. How any R could vote for such a process is beyond me. Especially after they already voted such a proposition by Schumer down.

      Liked by 10 people

    • WhiteBoard says:

      Mary mccords has a connection family wise to Roberts

      Find it

      Liked by 2 people

    • Heika says:

      That two pathetic little beta males have almost brought the nation to halt through their sly games is mind-blowing. That this was even possible should be cause for great pause.

      Liked by 6 people

  5. Rand Paul submitted another question today worded differently with no names and Chief Justice Roberts would not read the question as written. Paul posted his question on Twitter today and it was removed by Twitter.

    Liked by 11 people

    • buzzybee says:

      Uh Oh. He must be asking intelligent questions that get close to the truth. That’s a no-no in leftwing la-la land. May I suggest a review of the chart and investigative reporting done by The Epoch Times? Their chart has names, faces, connections, and good report. Although it doesn’t show the most current links to Schiff, it’s a great expose on Spygate.

      Liked by 4 people

      • MAGA Minuteman says:

        Love that chart. It clearly shows the scope and magnitude of the swamp. It is absolutely necessary to keep up with all the players in this corrupt attempted take down of our duly elected President and indirectly our voice/vote.

        Our cheering for him at the college championship game and the overwhelming support at his rallies is sending a clear message to those who are a the clear and present danger to our country.

        T, we’ve got your six.


        Liked by 2 people

    • NIN JAH says:

      How are 4 senators running for president in the Senate be impartial against POTUS? everybody is sleeping.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. TreeperInTraining says:

    He Who Must Not Be Named.

    This is all superbly hilarious.

    It’s like Mister Rogers Neighborhood’s Land of Make Believe.

    Let’s pretend that the whistleblower was never named. Let’s pretend that nobody knows who he is. Alright boys and girls…block your ears every time you hear the name Eric.

    Hop on the trolley and pass me my Keds.

    (As always, I Stand with Rand)

    Liked by 7 people

  7. jus wundrin says:

    Whatever you think of Rand Paul, he asks the right questions, at the right time.

    Meanwhile, most of the other repub senators hide behind ol’ mcconnells skirt.

    Liked by 7 people

    • felipe says:

      jus… Yes, not a big Rand fan here, but MAN he is focused on this issue and he is absolutely over the target. Big kudos to son-of-Paul ! IMO he also has some battle-earned gravitas and I think is very influential with the ‘Independent’ crowd that comprises a fairly significant %age of the registered voters. If Rand is on fire over this, he pulls in a lot of different eyeballs. Brad Parscale must be smiling a lot these days.

      Liked by 7 people

      • delighteddeplorable says:

        Not a big Rand fan either, except for today. Today I am. Let’s see what he does for us tomorrow.

        Liked by 3 people

        • fragemall says:

          I’m a huge Rand Paul fan. He didn’t go to DC to get rich and he votes his conscience. Here’s an anecdote. I’m a Smith & Wesson revolver collector and have had a table at Louisville’s National Gun Day for 20 years. When Paul is running he gives a stump speech at NGD, as do many pols. Rand stays after the speech and works the crowd for hours. He and my table pard struck up a conversation. Next show is 4 months and Rand is there. He sees my table pard in the aisle has says hello mr Smith & Wesson. He’s shook thousands of hands but remembered a casual acquaintance. Proves nothing except Paul is real.

          Liked by 8 people

  8. JL says:

    You bet.

    ICIG Atkinson was installed in May 2018, for yet another operation involving the same people. This one failed.

    “The [Ciaramella] email appears as a footnote in Mueller’s report, where it discusses Trump’s May 10 meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in the Oval Office, one day after he fired FBI Director James Comey. It was at this meeting, according to a New York Times report on May 19, that Trump called Comey “crazy, a real nut job” and acknowledged he felt “great pressure” because of the investigation into Russia’s attempted interference in the campaign. Two days earlier, Mueller was appointed as special counsel to take up the investigation into whether there was any coordination between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. His team ultimately found no criminal conspiracy.”

    Guess when Atkinson assumed office as ICIG?

    May 17th, 2018.

    This impeachment is going to be the political blunder to end all political blunders. It must be exposed or this Nation will not survive.

    Liked by 10 people

  9. Elizabeth Raynor Short says:

    See Greg Rubini’s twitter thread(s) this date re Ukraine, ciaramella, brennan, victoria nuland and re CJ John Roberts.

    Liked by 3 people

  10. rorschach says:

    The death of the first amendment. It’s clearly now behind us.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Linus in W.PA. says:

    Smartha seems to have her own agenda when Paul mentioned Misko being in the Senate chamber. She said…’that’s no secret.’

    I stopped watching Fox in early November 2012. Cut the cord……

    Liked by 5 people

    • Linda K. says:

      Martha should want to get the story out, not “keep” the name secret. Very off putting to hear a reporter say that to s guy like Rand Paul. Get lost Martha!

      Liked by 2 people

    • trialbytruth says:

      Sundance is it possible the whistleblower name protection is because he is CIA and has been on assignment in a foreign country with in the last 5 years this is my thought on agent #2 in the Flynn case as well.

      I beleive the rule stems from the Valarie Pline case and dictates that names must be concealed in all court fillings and God knows what else.

      Liked by 3 people

  12. paintbrushsage says:

    Team traveling with Biden: Amos Hochstein, Michael Carpenter, Victoria Nuland with Ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt at Biden’s speech in that critical time of facing questions about Hunter Biden. The Amos Hochstein that talked with Joe about Hunter. Biden was talking to press on Air Force Two that trip too, explaining it all away, being allowed to explain it all away. Pablum.

    U.S. Embassy Kyiv UkraineFollow
    Vice President Biden delivers remarks at the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, December 8, 2015

    Vice President Biden delivers remarks at the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, December 8, 2015

    (I love this analysis of everything that was going on in Ukraine from a European reporter including Hunter/Joe….Joe had nothing to offer these people that were trying to deal with oligarchy. Completely conflicted).
    Biden issues warning to oligarchs as corruption accusations fly in Ukraine
    By Oleg Varfolomeyev / Eurasia Daily Monitor
    December 2015

    Bloomberg: Biden says son’s ties to Ukraine firm don’t diminish anti-corruption efforts 17:57, 10 December 2015

    Liked by 2 people

  13. Bogeyfree says:

    So if a WB came forward for example and accused Shifty of abusing him and Republicans bring up House ethic charges on Shifty and want to oust him, is this WB person protected as well to the extent there WB has been?

    I just don’t understand why this WB can’t be named, can’t have questions asked about him but the world MUST accept his accusations on a sitting President as Gospel?

    What am I missing?

    Liked by 4 people

  14. bessie2003 says:

    Glad to see the Senator bring up there is a law requiring the President to ask about corruption by US officials overseas and that if President Trump had not asked the Ukrainian President about the corruption re: Crowdstrike or Biden, then President Trump would have been in trouble for not following that law!

    Liked by 6 people

    • 55praises says:

      Seems to be a damned if you do, damned if you don’t situation. Projecting forward, I see many more similar situations being crafted by insider coup participants, to trap our president.

      At what point can we call this what it is….a civil war?
      In hind site it has already begun!


      • bessie2003 says:

        I’m not personally ready to go that far, preferring to call it a civil spat – simply because war actually means all other attempts at rectifying the situation have failed, and

        as long as we have a President Trump and so many people willing to MAGA and then KAG , even if it’s in an intense phase, spat seems to have better possibilities. But, yeah, you make a good point.


  15. Interested Bystander says:

    The so-called whistleblower’s official statement says he had been gathering information for months before he filed his report, so yes, this op had been in the works for months. Further, there was talk in the mainstream media of impeaching Trump in the spring of 2016, so yes, this general plot has been going on for almost four years. This is not a matter open for discussion.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Heika says:

    OH MY MY… if this does not tell you that Cheif Justice is compromised I do not know what will!

    Liked by 2 people

  17. T2020 says:


    Liked by 7 people

  18. YeahYouRight says:

    This question is certainly more relevant than those from the leftists, making Roberts slap his own face (Warren and Harris questions, for example).

    Thank you Senator Paul. Let’s deep dive into this, shall we?

    Liked by 3 people

  19. youme says:

    Ok, so now we had 2 coups…let’s call them rolling coups ( and where is Barr, Durham, anyone? )

    Liked by 2 people

  20. Jan says:

    Roberts is siding w/ Dimms …what a F***ING surprise.

    Liked by 2 people

  21. A2 says:

    When this broke in the news about a ‘whistleblower’ I said, ‘where’s the whistleblower’. I’m now convinced it is an imaginary friend of Mr Schiff. Schiff’s the ‘whistleblower’ with a supporting cast of numpties.

    Schiff can play a double role in his screenplay. I’m sure Netflix would be interested.


    Liked by 1 person

    • bessie2003 says:

      I originally thought John Bolton was the whistleblower; then when another was named figured okay it isn’t him, but now that this whole book thing is on the front page with the Dem’s demanding Bolton be a witness, am back to my original thought – John Bolton, neocon extraordinaire, whistle-blower hiding in plain site; but

      as long as we have a sitting head of the Supreme Court willing to deny our President his 6th Amendment rights to face his accuser, we may never really know.

      John Roberts needs to resign just for that one stunt of not reading a Senator’s question during an impeachment trial forever taints the good name of the Supreme Court.

      Liked by 1 person

  22. DebbieSemms says:

    Maybe the Dems don’t want witnesses – Excellent analyses

    Liked by 1 person

    • If the Senate accepts these articles of impeachment as valid, then Lawfare will have what it wants: a precedent that says, §1.9.3 and §1.10.1 notwithstanding, a Bill of Attainder is acceptable grounds for impeachment. And, §1.7.3 notwithstanding, it is not necessary to accuse the party of any offense for which they might serve jail time.

      Schiff will go back to his chambers and the House will promptly create new Articles and demand that they likewise be tried. Neither the House nor the Senate will have any business during 2020 until the Democrats’ devastating defeat in November, and even so there might be time for one more go – maybe, the seventh or eighth time will turn out to be the charm.

      Justice Kavanaugh and probably several others that “Congress doesn’t like” will also have faced impeachment several times and might have been removed. Congress’s Bill of Attainder simply declared him to be guilty of, say, “moral violations,” and out he goes – he has no say in the matter. It doesn’t really matter what he did or didn’t do – “he’s guilty, that’s all.” That’s how Bills of Attainder work.

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    • CharterOakie says:

      Agreed. That seems to be the lay of the land on both sides. Which may also explain why McConnell may be allowing, if not inviting, Collins, Mittens, and maybe Murky to vote for witnesses.

      If the Dems secretly want to avoid the witnesses that counsel to POTUS will call, then Collins and Romney voting for witnesses, and Murky allegedly “sleeping on it,” may force a Dem or two to vote against, in order to make sure it doesn’t happen.

      Trump wins again: bipartisan Senate vote against witnesses, just like the bipartisan vote in the House against the impeachment. Followed perhaps by a bipartisan Senate vote to acquit.

      As a bonus, maybe Manchin later switches party, a la Van Drewe in NJ.

      Just speculation, but maybe not far from reality.


  23. Zippy says:

    “Was This Planned Months/Years in Advance?”

    OF COURSE! Listen to Bongino’s past podcasts over the entire impeachment timeline.

    Of course, what difference does so few of us knowing THAT make? Z-E-R-O Spygate perps have even been indicted, let alone prosecuted, and this impeachment farce is a cover-up for many of the same Dims and associates involved in THAT as well as their pay-for-play activities with the uber-corrupt Ukraine. It also has the additional benefit for them of continuing the smearing of Trump after the Mueller FLOP.

    If the failure to prosecute anyone from Spygate followed by the impeachment of one of the main VICTIMS of Spygate doesn’t clue you in that your government is massively corrupt and will NEVER INDICT itself, I don’t know what will.


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