Rep. Jim Jordan Discusses Impeachment Acquittal and Director Wray Testimony…

A member of President Trump’s legislative defense team, Jim Jordan, appears with Lou Dobbs to discuss the Senate impeachment acquittal and other DC business.

Additionally, Mr. Jordan also had the opportunity to question FBI Director Chris Wray earlier today, and provides his perspectives on the very serious issues with the FBI.

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    • luke says:

      From the Giuliani clip: Whenever leftists spout off what they’re going to accomplish.

      Answer: Your party couldn’t even count the votes in Iowa.

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      • Rhi says:

        Also from the Giuliani clip, ‘my advice to the President is to move on and keep his guard up’. Hell no!

        In order for it to never happen again to another President, those responsible must be held to account. How many shots do you want to give to the traitors Rudy? WTH!?! Am I missing something here?

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        • Digits says:

          Yes — disinformation is necessary!

          Liked by 1 person

        • luke says:

          Just because they are not in prison does not mean that they avoid suffering. I can promise you every day when HRC, Brennan, Obama, etc, etc look in the mirror they torture themselves. The thought if only they could have done or cheat a little more Trump would not be President. I guarantee you they feel that way and they are even more frightened of his re-election.

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  1. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “and provides his perspectives on the very serious issues with the FBI.”

    That is all fine and dandy, but what good is that when absolutely NOTHING is done about the illegal behavior?

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    • barnabusduke says:

      I’m sure hoping that changes now that the Impeachment sham is over. We can hope, right???

      Liked by 8 people

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      Ecclesiastes 8:11 KJV

      Because sentence against an evil work is not executed speedily, therefore the heart of the sons of men is fully set in them to do evil.

      Liked by 19 people

    • Kirsty I says:

      The top of your head would blow off if you knew what was happening.
      Much is being done, many pits are being excavated and dredged of the dregs of this world and the other.
      America is almost clean, the UK as well. Your finest troops are in Europe and Asia, doing the most horrific work.
      Today is a day of prayer. Prayer is powerful. Pray for those special troops.
      Pray for the children.
      Pray for your neighbour and your great President.
      We thank you and your great President for Brexit. It only took three PMs and as many votes, but with your great country to trade with, we in Scotland. Yes, Scotland, are thrilled to be free!

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      • Patrick Healy says:

        Kirsty 1
        Great sentiments, I fully endorse your praise of President Trump.
        Sadly your statement about us – in Scotland especially – being free is a bad joke.
        On this ‘ right hand side’ of Scotland we are still under the thumb of the pygmies in the so called Scottish Parliament with that wee ‘wifie’
        If you did not notice that clown Boris, together with the Marxist Italian leader and (for God sake!) Attenburgh, sold us down the global warming river. Zero Plant Food (Co2) and no internal combustion engines by 2030. The man is certifiable.
        Out of Europe on Saturday, back into the New World Order on Tuesday.
        Gimmie a break.
        Otherwise, my best wishes to you

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  2. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “and provides his perspectives on the very serious issues with the FBI.”

    What good will that do when absolutely nothing has been done about the illegal behavior since PDJT has been in office?

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      I tried refreshing the page about four times before trying to redo the comment.
      I guess WordPress must have wanted five trys!

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  3. Zorro says:

    Doug Collins was on Ingraham. Nadler was fishing with Wray trying to find out if POTUS and/or AG have any investigations on Biden, Bolton, etc. NoNads was even trying to find obstruction angles going back to Kavanaugh. It’s time for some offense.

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    • tucker7518 says:

      Dems will try to impeachment President Trump again after he is re-elected.

      Liked by 1 person

      • lumoc1 says:

        Not if they do not have a majority in the House! 😉

        Liked by 14 people

        • 1stgoblyn says:

          They will not wait til November. They said before this shampeachment was even finished, that they had many more issue to impeach him with; don’t remember their exact words.They are already starting with a subpoena for John Bolton. I sure hope our guys start something soon. From VSPGPDJT’s celebration speech this afternoon, it sounds like something is in the works. Pray, patriots, pray.

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      • GB Bari says:

        I think I read previously that the Dems will attempt to accuse the President of something illegal regarding Turkey. But since the Dems and their Lawfare cronies are fabricating the “bombshell” stories that will be strategically leaked, and creating “witnesses” to the alleged “crimes”, it could well be just about anything.

        “We’ll see what happens.”

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      • JIM COMEY IS A WEASEL_DOUG says:

        They can try all they want. POTUS is way ahead of them now. He sees the seditious traitors all around him now. But more than that, as bad as the CrazyCrats came off this time, think of the collective “Oh F***, not again” sigh coming from the otherwise normal Democrats and Independents.
        Russia…..Goose egg.
        Mulehead….Goose egg.
        MUH Peach Fo Dee Fi!!…..Goose egg.
        3 strikes, Yer Out!!!

        We don’t need everyone on board the TRUMP TRAIN….but a big slice of the fence sitters can ensure 2020-2024 with a majority in the House and Senate.

        Screw the rest….let em cake.

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      • coldanger says:

        They may not wait that long…

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      • TarsTarkas says:

        Democrats will try to impeach POTUS BEFORE the election. They can’t let him flip the judiciary any more than he has.

        Nadler actually was asking the wrong person for any pending investigations on the Bidens. But I doubt Barr, Durham, et al would answer his questions.

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        • Beau Geste says:

          joe and hunter biden are the right people to question about the financial records and known evidence…

          a subpoena would be another “gut punch”.

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        • Lee Moore says:

          I doubt Barr, Durham, et al would answer his questions

          It’s unlikely that Durham could run a large serious investigation without having swamp critturs on his team leaking to the “Interagency.” So Brennan, Comey etc know where Durham is going. Maybe not in every detail, but mostly.

          But it’s unlikely that they’d tell Jerry at this stage. He’s a clown and who knows what he’d do. So they’ll just be watching Durham and Barr, and trying to concoct reasons for why Barr must recuse himself.

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        • joshashland says:

          Tars The Dems cant seem to stop Mitch’s judiciary tsunami. We have law . We need order. Not the chaos of Obama with his hidden friend Bill Ayers and wife. Yes I believe it goes back to the days of domestic terror bombings in the 70’s Weather Underground /SDS the socialist cradle in the U.S.
          I am old but my memory is strong, Socialism just never seems to stay gone.

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          • Lee Moore says:

            I’m reluctant to rain on your parade, so I’ll just lightly drizzle. Mitch’s judiciary tsunami is great, and the reason for it is that stocking the juiciary with youngish conservatives is Mitch’s No.1 priority. So both he and Trump have worked really hard, and well done.

            But, the tsunami can’t continue without vacancies. There are about 70 vacancies at present, and they’ll all be filled by next January. After that, if Trump gets re-elected, we’re looking at new vacancies. And there won’t be that many.

            The reason is that vacancies typically arise from retirement / senior status not death. And judges tend to retire / take senior status when they are likely to be replaced by judges of similar views. Trump inherited about 100 vacancies from Obama’s time. The roughly 150 vacancies that have arisen in the last three years have been largely Reagan and Bush 43 judges retiring. There’s not that many left in that pipe. Clinton appointed judges are mostly not going to retire if Trump is re-elected. They’ll wait for 2025.

            So in Trump’s second term, there’ll be a small number of deaths, or forced retirements from ill health, and a trickle of Clinton judges retiring. And the flow of old R appointed judges retiring will slow down, because the remaining R judges are mostly too young to want to retire.

            The total number of appointments is set to slow down sharply in the 2nd term because of a shortage of vacancies. And opportunities to flip D judges into R judges will be quite few.

            So don’t expect Mitch’s judicial tsunami to continue into 2025. It’ll be a gentle incoming tide, no more.

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            • joshashland says:

              Tsunami ends. You are not raining on my parade. Just surprised how quickly the positions were being filled.
              I agree with you that it will taper down to normalcy by end of second term.

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        • BitterC says:

          As despicable as Wray is, he managed Nads’ question superbly.

          Left me hoping there HAS been an investigation of the Bidens opened.

          Semi OT: My man Louie tore him a new butthole & I was thrilled with Burk’s laying out Sharyl Attkinsson’s case. Just hope he follows up on that

          If Rosenstein gets his jewels in the ringer over something else, it could lead to some bigger things 🙂

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          Democrats will try to impeach POTUS BEFORE the election.

          You really think Pelosi is going to try to get the FULL House to vote on authorization to begin ANOTHER impeachment inquiry???

          The Senate will not abide another trial without that.

          Trump’s approval rating went from 39 to 49 with Ukraine Impeachment
          and
          The DEMs just had 2 major public faceplants….ON THE SAME DAY.
          IOWA….low voter turnout and inability to tally
          SOTU moping and tantrums

          If they’re dead set on hacking off the limb they’re WAY out on……
          why complain when they switch to the CHAINSAW?

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          • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

            The dems will vote for impeachment tomorrow if asked! If they don’t then they will be removed in 2020 not buy the voters but by the dem owners.

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            • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

              They wouldn’t get enough votes.
              30+ Dems are in districts Trump won.

              5 previous Impeachment resolutions were rejected.

              The only way they got this last one…..Pelosi started the impeachment WITHOUT their authorization. Schiff spent 5 weeks making up ham sandwiches in the basement SCIF to give those 30 enough cover to finally vote on HR 660 authorizing RETROACTIVELY what had already been going on.

              This process was just rejected by the Senate as invalid.

              Having said that…..
              Let them “vote” on impeachment tomorrow….
              Trump’s approval ratings should hit 60 by opening day and it will most surely guarantee a GOP House.
              (see Clinton Impeachment ’99)

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          • 1stgoblyn says:

            Nanzi didn’t ask for a full House vote b/c they had already done it 3 times. Each time they got a few more votes than the last time, but nowhere near the number needed.

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            • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

              ‘Zactly…

              That’s why she needed Schiff working as a “Special Counsel” before his “Grand Jury” down in his subterranean delicatessen deposing people and leaking out the recipe to the ham sandwich he was fixin’:

              Gin up the appearance there was a “there, there”….
              to give those holdout Dems enough cover to vote on HR 660 five weeks later…
              when she finally brought forth a vote.

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      • Lester Smith says:

        Why wait these aholes will not stop. It’s like a bad horror movie, Night of the living Democratz. It’s a story about blood thursty, power hunger zombie politicians. Lead by lying bug eyes Schiff, give me a fifth Nancy, nutless nadler and cast of Hundreds. This is a race to the bottom. To make things even worse AOC is leading a new band of mutant misfits determined to take over. They all have one thing in common destroy America.

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  4. It’s naive to think, as Dobbs stated, that the Dimm’s rancor will disappear under Trump’s continued integrity and effectiveness. The Democrats, like cockroaches, never cease their infestation until you kill them (in this case, vote them out of office).

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    • John Bosley says:

      I like to think of the Dems as bed bugs.
      They love to suck as much life out of you while leaving the host barely alive.
      Bed bugs are impossible to kill , have to throw everything out , intensively fumigate and start over.
      Give me cockroaches any day of the year over those miserable blood suckers.

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  5. GGHD says:

    Trump, = ““In truth, they’re not after me – they’re after you. I’m just in the way.” >Often seen quote at TheConservativeTreehouse.

    Today was just power politics. Vote Trump in 2020; vote to keep the Senate Republican, and to flip the House to the Republicans too. With the Democrats it’s power-politics.
    The Democrats are after all of us; the Democrats are selling out all of us Americans.

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  6. …and in the meantime, the Dimms have achieved their continuing objective of keeping its enemy busy defending against their bogus charges — as well as supplying the Fake Media with their phony talking points sufficient to prevent the cowards and traitors in government from filing any indictments against them for their multitudinous crimes and felonies.

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  7. bessie2003 says:

    Representative Jordan, speaking on this continuous attack on the President “I hope this ends soon” – I have a huge hope that in tomorrow’s statement by the President that he presents for any who want to see every one of those items that have been listed on Sundance’s things to be unredacted list!

    Time for us as a nation to see how this most wonderful President hits back at all those who have attacked him, not for his sake, but for the sake of future generations of Americans so that this really doesn’t ever happen again.

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    • Zorro says:

      POTUS is going to appeal to them, again, to get back to work. It will go on deaf ears. Pelosi’s actions are an act of war. War is force. The Dems are saying that they will force us to submit. It’s us or them, just like any war.

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      • bessie2003 says:

        We’ll know soon enough.

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      • Davey says:

        I agree. He’s going to give them one more opportunity to work with him. I really don’t expect them to, not in the least. Then when he goes nuclear, he can say (and rightly so) that he gave them many chances to come on board.

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      • 1stgoblyn says:

        Anyone who heard Nanzi’s speech today after the Prayer Breakfast and before VSPGPDJT’s celebratory speech, you could almost see the venom coming out of her mouth. She is a bitter, vile, unscrupulous witch. She called his SOTU a ‘manuscript of untruths’ and that is why she tore it up. I say she tore it up b/c she wanted to take away from his accomplishments and have everybody talking about her instead. Worked too, but he is still gonna get his credits.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Bessie I ‘liked’ your comment because of your positive sentiment.

      Rep. Jordan made a comment during the interview (start about 2:30) to the effect that “the American people see through all of this” and at 2:50 he says that the American people don’t want anyone who tears down this country.

      Unfortunately it’s only approximately half of U.S. voters who may hold those opinions. The younger voters, especially the millennials, have been immersed in anti-America propaganda from left-biased, politically correct, SJW-infested children’s television programs, public school curriculums, and predominantly-leftwing college professors since those younger generations were toilet-trained and could understand English.

      Until conservatives and moderates get deadly serious about targeting and going on the offense against academia and cleaning out the hard left bias against America’s founding, traditional American ideals that made this country the most successful in the world, and the genius of the US Constitution, it will only get worse.

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      • It is nearly impossible to fathom how all-encompassing this Social “Justice” crap is, try finding a children’s book with an entertaining story free from leftist agenda!

        I have taken to ordering books for grandchildren online, and older books at that.

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        • cheering4america we are raising an 8yr granddaughter. We are very particular about what she sees and reads. Her favorite video entertainment is
          “The Shirley Temple Ultimate Collection” 18 DVD’s After putting the dishes away she will come to me and say “The dishes are put away, Sir” and salute just like in a Shirley Temple movie 🙂

          Also we are readers and I got her a used E-reader (Nook so you aren’t locked into a specific file format) for $40 and loaded it up with (free) classic children stories from the Children’s Literature (Bookshelf)
          http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Children's_Literature_%28Bookshelf%29

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        • X XYZ says:

          I’ve said this before, and it is the key. Bullets and bombs are not necessary to control any nation. All that is needed is brainwashing, AKA indoctrination. The USSR perfected it – but they only had one propaganda organ, “Pravda”. We now have the same here with the MSM in its many forms. The Media is merely an extension of the indoctrination that schools have instilled.

          Cultural Marxism is effective. It is the evolution of Marxism. We are now living through that stage of it.

          https://www.conservapedia.com/Cultural_Marxism

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      • bessie2003 says:

        Really good points; especially about the children and their indoctrination;

        the one thing that I know for sure, children respond to love and as long as the President continues to show these young people that this country is good, is worth caring for, being proud of, adding to it, they will react accordingly.

        That’s my theory and with each new rally the President has there seem to be more young people attending, not afraid to be bullied and are more aware of the SJW game going on around them;

        my big thing is the sooner the President changes the dept. of Education and gets someone in there who can dismantle the hold the teachers union has on the education of our young people the quicker our nation can get back on track.

        Thank you.

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      • Gigi the Old says:

        My four grand children have never set a foot in a public school. All homeschooled. The older is Associate Pastor in Baptist church. Next older older going to conservative Christian college next year.. Many parents homeschooling even -and especially- in California. Not all the new generation is lost.

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        • buzzybee says:

          Watch those adjunct professors, even at Christian colleges. Although well-grounded homeschooled kids can handle those profs just fine. My daughter did when she was college age about 14 years ago. Now she is an adjunct professor at her old college. LOL. BTW – she was homeschooled. My initial meaning with adjunct is you never know for sure what you’re going to get.

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        • MissPriss says:

          Hillsdale also has homeschool and charter school programs, and are assiduously marketing them. 22 charter schools now, hope to double by years end. Kirby Center in DC, where it trains Congresspeople and staff about how to view and fight the tactics of the Left, write countervailing legislation, good activism. The Hillsdale rep told me the other day that the Hill interest in the DC classes were growing by leaps and bounds. Now, if we could get the Do-nothing Devos out, and a sharp Hillsdale person in that cabinet position….. Hmmm.

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      • As a Man Thinkth says:

        The Teachers Union and Board of Regents are much more guilty of interfering in US election than Russia or any foreign country….every election from local school board to President of thd United States…Brainwashing is alive and well in every public school…

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  8. frankbrus says:

    The excuse for the delay in anyone being held accountable seems to be that Durham doesn’t want his investigations to be jeopardised. The delay will make sure that we are into the Presidential election season and that will permanently kill the investigations as continuing them will be seen as them being politically tainted. Then nothing will happen. What a wonderful legal system.

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  9. Brad garrett says:

    no justice, no fisa!

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    • JohnCasper says:

      Of course with FISA there can not be justice as FISA is innately unjust.

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      • Despicable Me says:

        Do you feel the same way about FISAs used against foreign nationals who work on behalf of hostile intelligence services against the national security interests of the US? What about FISAs used against US persons such as Aldrich Ames and Robert Hansen who truly were working as agents of a truly hostile foreign power?

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        • Yes find another way!
          “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” !
          If FISA continues absolute unbreakable dictatorship is the end result. Human beings simply cannot be trusted with that much power.
          Choose your poison. China’s “social credit score” is just around the corner for the USA.

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          • Despicable Me says:

            So you would afford Russian, Chinese, Iranian, Cuban and North Korean nationals the same civil and criminal protections as US citizens? That “better way” you suggest will likely permit the foreign nationals who truly are intent on undermining the national security of our great country to go about their business undetected.

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            • Have you read 1984? As I said chose your poison. You appear willing to become absolute property of the state. I’d prefer not.


              “No people will tamely surrender their Liberties, nor can any be easily subdued, when knowledge is diffused and virtue is preserved. On the Contrary, when People are universally ignorant, and debauched in their Manners, they will sink under their own weight without the Aid of foreign Invaders.”
              ― Samuel Adams

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              • Despicable Me says:

                I have read and fully understand 1984 but you mistakenly presume to know me and my willingness for government intrusion into my life and the lives of my fellow American citizens.

                Extrapolating an advocacy for the use of FISA against foreign nationals from hostile countries antithetical to the underpinnings of our great country and who have absolutely no expectation of protections from USG surveillance with a willingness to surrender the liberties identified in the Declaration of Independence and guaranteed under the US constitution to US citizens is disingenuous.

                Black and white and all or nothing thinking is precisely why we are where we are with the “Orangeman bad” thinking of those opposed to POTUS and his policies.

                I truly wish the world was as safe as you seem to think it is.

                Your tolerance for subversives within our culture, government and country is obviously much greater than mine.

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                • Those who would give up essential liberty, to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.

                  Those who desire to give up freedom in order to gain security will not have, nor do they deserve, either one.

                  Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.

                  He who sacrifices freedom for security deserves neither.

                  He who gives his freedom for safety gets none of them.

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  10. Hans says:

    I listened to parts of this testimony this morning… realy disgusting..questions by democrats about getting the FBI to give professional opinions on the banning of certain weapons so their agents could not be “out gunned”… read restricting 2nd admendment..
    Republican house members asked about FISA and Carter Page.. answer we have a new program that field investigations pulled into DCHQ will now have to be signed off by the heads of the field office… yeah right and Field office head looking for promotion is going to be a whistleblower. Or not sign off. Wray…it is of such importance that “we” do not want to eliminate the possibility of moving investigations into DC headquarters (read political) IMHOIf it was of such importance why did you not follow procedure…
    the testimony just reeked of coverup.. a few bad people.”line investigators” .sent for disciplinary review..but can’t comment while under review. What about upper management…
    just a farce… heads need to roll. ………..But the agency it is of such importance in today’s environment that it should not be hindered.. BUT THEN IF THERE IS NO DOWN SIDE FOR CORRUPT ILLEGAL BEHAVIOR..WHY SHOULD THEY STOP…

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    • coldanger says:

      It was the FIB top levels that corrupted FISA to begin with! Wray needs to go, along with every 0zero holdover…

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Yup, not wanting to be “outgunned” is why the FBI sent 17 Agents armed to the teeth, to roust old Roger Stone and his deaf wife out of bed in the dead of night, with CNN there to protect the FBI from old Roger in his PJs.

      The reason the FBI didn’t similarly raid hillary’s server, or the DNC server, or the leaker Wolfe and his honeypot, is they were afraid of being out gunned !!!

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  11. joebkonobi says:

    Here is a quote from Wray in his testimony to the House Judiciary Committee: Wray added “there is, of course as you know, the ongoing John Durham investigation. We have been cooperating fully…so I look forward to hopefully having another hearing with you at some point where we can have a very different kind of exchange about the FBI”.

    Anybody got a clue what he means “we can have a very different kind of exchange about the FBI”?

    Different in a good way or a bad way?

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    • Hans says:

      It’s all double speak.. he supposedly knew nothing of the FISA and Carter Page.. he did not study the issue..when pummeled by fact on FBI abuse …..he just sat quietly rubbing his hands… there was no FBI bias… no don’t expect things to change… expect the new impeachment plot to be better… Unless A TRUE UNCORRUPTED HEAD OF THE FBI IS APPROVED BY CONGRESS…

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    • A2 says:

      IMO Wray is shipping his oars. No need to feed the beast. His statement was a civilly delivered low- key warning.
      Clever that.
      Mr Durham is on the case.

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    • Chiefco says:

      Wray: “We have been cooperating fully…so I look forward to hopefully having another hearing with you at some point where we can have a very different kind of exchange about the FBI”.

      That statement sounds like Obama when he was telling the Russian diplomat “Once I am in office I will have flexibility”

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      • 1stgoblyn says:

        What Soetoro actually said was, “This is my last election. After my election I will have more flexibility.” MY ELECTION? Almost like he knew the fix was in for him to win.

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    • Lee Moore says:

      Anybody got a clue what he means “we can have a very different kind of exchange about the FBI”?

      I am not a fan of Wray, but let’s try to see the world through his eyes. What he means is :

      “You bums keep on dragging me up here to talk about what ghastly deeds and disasters the FBI got up to when I wasn’t in charge of it. Mr Durham has been hired to clean house, we are helping him, and so I look forward to the time when you can invite me up here to talk about all the things the FBI is now doing right under my leadership.”

      Few here will agree with Wray’s opinion of how good a job he is doing, but I have no doubt that he thinks he’s doing a wonderful job.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Anybody got a clue what he means

      “I don’t want to talk about this anymore today.”

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    • saywhat64 says:

      Wray also testified a couple of years ago that the Hillary Clinton email investigation findings could be un-rung. Still waiting on that one too…

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  12. JohnCasper says:

    Of course, Jordan knows full well the FBI didn’t “get played”. He’s just being tactful to even have that as #2 possibility.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Of course, Jordan knows full well the FBI didn’t “get played”.
      Right.

      But he’s not being tactful…..he’s closing off exits (excuses).

      How the hell can the FBI DIRECTOR
      NOT be DESPERATE to confirm it WASN’T Russian Disinformation and the FBI “got played” by it?

      That would be THE ULTIMATE IN RUSSIAN INTERFERENCE.

      Mueller said the dossier was “out of his purview”
      The IG FISA report discloses the FBI talked to Steele’s primary sub source who said the dossier material was garbage.
      The DOJ has invalidated 2/4 CP renewals….potentially leading to “fruit of poisonous tree issues”

      Wray is getting put in a box.
      If Wray does NOT get the OFFICIAL definitive answer to “What was the Steele Dossier?”…..either directly or in cooperation with Durham

      Trump WILL have the CAUSE he needs to fire him.

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  13. bessie2003 says:

    The White House just released this press statement; within it one simple question, “will there be no retribution?” is encouraging.

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/statement-press-secretary-109/?fbclid=IwAR3PejVLfpEe9IeaXmZnMpi9E_nYySd7VIPpxJrf_o69p94qnIUGC45dz1c

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  14. Impossible says:

    Reflecting upon the effrontery of last 1111+ days this lesson must be abundantly clear: our precious country, purchased at the cost of sacrificial and altruistic blood, would have fallen under totalitarian political powers if a mere handful of partisan votes were accessible to the trespassers of all that is honorable and beneficent.

    Jim Jorden said, “truth comes out in the end.” Truth was only a handful of votes from being suppressed for untold generations. Any student of history knows how precarious is decency when barbarians sling their rage into the heart of a complacent nation. If not for their smug-incompetence It might already be over. Only a forceful counter-offense can right the litany of their malicious atrocities.

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    • Mr e-man says:

      When everyone votes for the color of their team bowling shirt, it’s not truth, it’s politics.
      And Romney is the only one to not get that? Or he did and he wanted to send a message?

      To take it on himself to send the message, instead of uniting with Republicans to send a Republican message.

      Stupid, lazy, or corrupt. Most certainly cowardly.

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      • Impossible says:

        Well-said sir. And, had a handful more been so “foolishly noble” the tides of totalitarianism would have overwhelmed them and they would have been cast aside. A great trick of filthy scoundrels is to leverage the purity of their adversaries.

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      • buzzybee says:

        Welllllll, actually Mr. e, I think Romney is just egotistical and self-centtered. He himself comes first while other people and country come after, if at all. Lack of humility is also a problem.

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        • X XYZ says:

          All politicians are egotistical and self-centered.

          No, it is much deeper than that. Just review Romney’s comments about Trump ever since the president was elected.

          Beneath the smiling mask he wears, Mittens is made of nothing but venom and rancor. The mask has slipped, but some cannot believe what is beneath it.

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    • A2 says:

      To me, the Administration is a riptide, you may not see it coming, but when it hits it sucks you out to sea.

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  15. Mark W says:

    CNN’s Cillizza: President Trump Having “One Of His Best Weeks Of His Presidency”…MSNBC Analyst: After Acquittal, No President Was Ever ‘As Powerful As Donald John Trump In This Hour
    https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/cnns-cillizza-president-trump-having-one-of-his-best-weeks-of-his-presidency-msnbc-analyst-after-acquittal-no-president-was-ever-as-powerful-as-donald-john-tru/

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      PT may be the most powerful President but IMO it is Barr not PT who controls if the American people will ever see transparency, truth and justice.

      It’s ALL sits at the feet of AG Barr and his investigator Durham.

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      • gda53 says:

        Indictments mean the final toll of the bell for the existing Democrat Party as we have known it. The final straw. Because only Bernie benefits on their side, and so may yet be the unstoppable nominee.

        Winning the House back would be a slam dunk. Landslide.

        With the passing months, the cold, hard facts have now percolated into the atmosphere to the extent where the public is now receptive, even expectant, for indictments.

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        • LouisianaTeaRose says:

          I sense the same.

          If you stand back and look at the plethora of all these moving parts, you can’t help but notice there is NO WAY to put all that toothpaste back into all those tubes.

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          • buzzybee says:

            Welllllll, you guys….. I live in the Northwest and still looking for more people to wake up. So if folks on the east side of this great nation are actually receptive to truth to the point of expecting indictments, all I can say is I sure hope there is a ripple effect. But I suspect there are those who are in a state of stubborn denial who do not see things from the same lens that we do. Although….. I do have hope.

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            • Despicable Me says:

              I’m somewhat cynical (I prefer the term realist though) so therefore don’t expect masses of Democrats to move right simply because POTUS was acquitted. I know more than a few yellow dog democrats who were truly discomfited by the weakness and the presentation of the House impeachment “investigation” and trial in the Senate. However, I’m fairly confident that most, if not all, of these very same people will once again become rabidly anti-POTUS and latch onto the next attempted hoax perpetration against him. I don’t know that there is a cure for TDS after a certain point. My hope and prayer is that enough honest truth seekers will awaken from their slumber and switch before it is too late.

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  16. Liberty Forge says:

    The clip of the SOTU speech that Lou Dobb’s showed — was from last year’s (2019) SOTU speech.

    Look at Pelosi’s necklace in the clip. It’s the one she wore last year.

    I think the clip threw Jim Jordan off balance — because it was wrong.

    So, I’m calling Fox News (and Lou) out for using an incorrect/inappropriate clip. We are quick to call out other news networks when they make an error, which is constant. Fox does not get a pass either.

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    • Big D says:

      Great catch, Forge, Pelosi wore no necklace this year. So my take away is despite overtures from POTUS to unite and work together, the radical left will persist in their obstruction just as they have done since the 2019 SOTU speech.

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    • It may have been the incompetence/laziness/unprofessionalism of Lou’s producer(s). Lou frequently asks them, “Do we have that clip?” or “Can we show that quote?”, and more times than not he has to tell his audience, “It seems we do not”/”I guess we cannot”. It’s very noticeable, for the “number one show” of its kind. It’s like how you might expect Our Gang (The Little Rascals) to do the job (and Lou Dobbs shows his exasperation with them from time to time).

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  17. Ackman419 says:

    Jim Jordan is a special guy.
    He is Blessed.

    Look at Pelosi 3:30-3:50 of that Clip.
    She’s freaking falling over, with a glazed out look in her eyes.
    That bitch is messed up.

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    • EnoughIsEnough says:

      Matt Gaetz has sent a letter to the Ethics Committee to investigate Pelosi for breaking rules of decorum by ripping up speech. He also asks for a criminal investigation for her destroying government property, and includes the statutes. A copy of his letter is on Gateway Pundit. I am on Kindle and it is hard to provide links.

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  18. swampfox999 says:

    More on Mittens and Uranium One

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  19. Orbanista says:

    We have to give credit where credit is due. McConnell’s speech was excellent. At 6:19:00ff.

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    • Willy Nilly says:

      Thank for that, Mitch’s speech is a brilliant overview, bravo!

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    • Despicable Me says:

      I heard this yesterday live and was impressed by Senator McConnell’s statement. Thanks for posting so we can all hear (or re-hear) it. Unfortunately (using Senator McConnell’s words) yesterday was not the day that the fever broke.

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  20. Sammy Hains says:

    I don’t like hearing Jim Jordan say “we’ve got to make sure we get the process right so this doesn’t happen again.” To me that sounds like he’s saying we’re going to tweak the rules and chalk this up to a learning experience and the criminals in the FBI and intelligence are going to walk.

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    • IGiveUp says:

      Agree. If all of this is simply to get Trump re-elected but won’t include accountability for the coup-plotters and participants then both political parties in the US will be abandoned along with the candidates they offer. People will tune out to electoral politics and begin to seek other solutions to governance. And yes, this is a warning to Trump as well.

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  21. Despicable Me says:

    After watching the clip I noticed again that VP Pence sat in the right side of his chair and consistently leaned away from the Speaker during the SOTU speech as much as the Speaker did pretty much the same in the direction of VP Pence. Could be that both are right-side dominant and that is just the way they each typically sit but I like to think that VP Pence had put up an invisible wall between himself and the Speaker all the while telling himself “if I ignore her maybe she’ll go away or at least not engage me.” I can’t contrive what the Speaker was thinking except to perhaps draw the VP into a distraction from the speech.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      I would imagine that it was pretty hard for VP Pence to hear, what with Nancy clucking, talking, and shuffling papers on his left, and the DIMs in the audience moaning and groaning. I know that when I get in large groups it is tough to hear, and even more difficult when you cannot see their face and lips to help you figure out what they said.

      He was there to show support and needed his verbal cues.

      She’s a national nightmare. I hope someday soon she gets perp-walked for her theft of American tax $$$.

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    • X XYZ says:

      Maybe it was to avoid the rotting stench emitting from her mouth.

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  22. TwoLaine says:

    Very good!

    Liked by 2 people

    • Despicable Me says:

      Did you see at the end how few reporters actually attended that prep briefing….

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      • Despicable Me says:

        Press briefing is what I meant to say but prep briefing could be appropriate too

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      • TwoLaine says:

        No. I am usually listening, not watching. Like you would on the radio.

        It wouldn’t surprise me though. I also noticed that when the trial was on the GOP House Team always got a sh1t place to stand and attempt to talk to the press or have a press conference. In front of the escalators coming down with people getting off, and WAY TOO CLOSE to the TDS presstitutes for my comfort.

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  23. X XYZ says:

    Did anyone notice the black stains on Rudy’s right index finger and thumb?

    Gee, was he fingerprinted, or what?

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  24. Sassy says:

    Jordan missed a chance yesterday when questioning Wray about Russian interference represented by the Steele dossier. Wray claimed that the FBI always takes Russian interference seriously and said, “We investigate it aggressively.” Jordan didn’t immediately ask him the results of the aggressive investigation that the FBI, therefore, must have aggressively pursued when investigating the Steele dossier and its Russian sources. (Video is on CSPAN; I don’t know how to clip, but the exchange is at about 2:50:00.)

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  25. Sassy says:

    About 4 1/2 minutes in, Ratcliffe nails Wray about a person who falsified/corrupted/fabricated evidence in order to renew the FISA warrant and continue to illegally spy on a private citizen. Rather than calling these actions “fraud on the court” and “biased,” as Ratcliffe did, Wray characterized them simply as “utterly unacceptable.”

    What’s utterly unacceptable is Wray’s apparent lack of outrage over potentially criminal and/or seditious acts.

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    • ann says:

      Wray owes us performance reports. Re Kanaugh p: Where are the indictments for all those backstage enablers? How about Las Vegas?

      Re Clinton & DoJ Russia Propoganda: What in the Sam Hill is our FBI counterintelligence doing supporting paid for disinformation? Why no Damon conviction?

      I loathe the FBI and DoJ. Their lawless contemptous conduct towards Americans is the gravest threat younger American will face. To be blunt, 30 years of sellouts controlling governance saddled us with a protected permanent caste of authoritarian controllers who rule by converting ‘justice & Nat sec” into a veiled surveillance police state .

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