Sunday Talks: Jim Jordan and Trey Gowdy React to Latest Flynn Developments…

Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH) and former representative Trey Gowdy appear on Fox News to share their review of the latest Flynn documents with Maria Bartiromo.

Both Jordan and Gowdy note the driver of the FBI effort appears to be Peter Strzok who worked around his immediate superior, Bill Priestap, to work with the more politically aligned FBI Director James Comey and FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

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Interesting juxtaposition in this interview.  Roosterhead really wanted to avoid criticizing current FBI Director Chris Wray, and he was successful talkin’ circles.  As long as the Rooster “knows” things he is satisfied and content.  Why? Because it takes an actual connection with “deplorables” and “MAGA” to really fight with all they have for the greater cause…. an emotional connection missing in the Rooster yet evident in Jim Jordan.

From the Rooster’s perspective, the problem is not that people and families have continued to suffer due to ongoing DOJ prosecutorial terror-tactics; and/or the fact that fake media has fooled 50% or more of the public with their deep state fiction narrative; from the perch of the Rooster it’s all just a puzzle to outline and satisfy the appearance.

The Rooster types tell Jordan privately he’s too “ate up with it”…

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182 Responses to Sunday Talks: Jim Jordan and Trey Gowdy React to Latest Flynn Developments…

  1. Flyover Expat says:

    Gowdy sucks.

    Just this week on Martha McCallum Gowdy was asked if we’ll see prosecutions from the Flynn deal.

    “No ma’am.” Before you could snap your fingers.

    This guy is only here to hypnotize us.

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    • evergreen says:

      If Gowdy were on Fox and I did not watch it, would Gowdy have a purpose in life?

      Liked by 11 people

    • Aunt Clara says:

      I saw that. Discouraging to say the least but then it’s Trey and a lot of what he says never comes to fruition. So, ok, Trey. Keep on with your bad self.

      Liked by 4 people

      • samwise163 says:

        I can’t do Roosterhead anymore. He is a waste of your time and my time. Anyone in purple ties cannot be trusted. Don’t get started in his hair….wouldn’t make it a day in Texas.

        Liked by 7 people

      • inspectorudy says:

        Gowdy and Graham. Two of a kind!

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      • paulyho39 says:

        I agree! I can’t remember how far back I became too disgusted with him to listen to anything he had to say…All he does is TALK, TALK, TALK! He thinks if he talks big enough…loud enough he will be believed and will be considered a “hero” of sorts! He has NEVER been a guy of “action”, in my view! Don’t know why he keeps “popping up”!

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      Sadly, I believe he’s correct on prosecutions. The only prosecutions will be of Manafort, Stone and possibly Flynn. I don’t understand how Avenatti and Cohen could be released for “fear” of WuFlu yet they’re going to bring Roger Stone in to serve likely his whole sentence. And, yes, they are releasing hardened criminals simultaneously.
      Congress won’t let the “intelligence” community criminals face even trial. The fact that Donald Trump campaigned on Drain the Swamp automatically made him Public Enemy #1 at the FBI and in Congress. He was a threat to not only their bank accounts but to their power as well.
      String em all up. Don’t stop at the 7th floor. Clean every floor. And before Hannity starts with the 90%—how many of that 90% chose to use the Whistleblower Act? Rest assured, Schiffty would have protected all whistleblowers at all costs (ok so he might have gotten Hillary to help with protection)!

      Liked by 15 people

      • DeWalt says:

        As I said before, according to the IG that 90% could find every media outlet with tickets to a ballgame. But couldn’t find one investigative journalist like Sundance.

        Liked by 8 people

      • buzzybee says:

        Thank you, Littleannie. I believe you are correct on all counts. Schiffty and Nadler are communists from the word go. The Dem party has been overtaken by Marxists. Anything remotely resembling American ideals does not exist in the Dem party (not sure how long it’s been missing).

        As far as Hillary goes, I cannot even describe that traitorous witch.

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      • Super Elite says:

        “Congress will not let the ‘intelligence’ community criminals face even trial.” This is the crime of the ages. Remember how they clambered for the release of Barabbas and to crucify Christ? The more things change the more they remain the same.

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    • vml9000 says:

      Gowdy speaks out both sides of his mouth. He was notorious for it when he was in Congress! I never trust the Rooster ever!

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    • CountryDoc says:

      And why the hell is he not Gowdy, who took an oath to defend the constitution, pissed off with the rest of us. He’s a lawyer. What has happened is a travesty.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Ok Gowdy is a Massengil or Summer’s Eve. I get it. But when SD says there will be no prosecutions, and Gowdy says the same thing… let’s not attack him for telling the truth.

      We need to see him pushed on the “why” there will be no prosecutions.

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      • buzzybee says:

        Thank you, footballfan, for pointing that out. I like Trey Gowdy, no matter what others think of him. He is not our enemy and is not on the wrong side of things.

        His ties and hair have nothing to do with his ethics or expertise. I watched him when he questioned people a while back. He did a good job IMO.

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        • buzzybee says:

          I see now from reading below that I may very much stand corrected. Sorry folks. I guess I was buffaloed like so many others. Truth is indeed stranger than fiction. Still, I want to hear his input when he appears, but I’d take Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows over Gowdy anytime.

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    • Like him or not, Gowdy is right. There WON’T be any prosecutions for prosecutorial OR investigative wrongdoing in the Flynn case.

      For the same reason that there won’t be any prosecutions associated with FISAGATE, SpyGate, or any other facet of the coup attempt OR the ongoing #Resist movement undermining the Trump administration:

      William Barr is a corrupt leader of a corrupt DoJ that is entirely policized. HE WON’T PROSECUTE HIS OWN TEAM.

      And NO ONE that Trump gets Senate confirmation for will EVER prosecute a member of “The BIG Club”

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      • jumpinjarhead says:

        I tend to agree with your dismal assessment. The DC swamp will close ranks and win again.

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        • sarsfield says:

          think we r asking too much when it comes to indictments. I’d be happy with disbarrment, agreement to never run for office, never work in any govt job, never serve on any board, no books or speeches , no tv or radio interviews/shows, no consulting/employment tied to any political office/candidate/party. What did I miss?

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          • jumpinjarhead says:

            Disgorgement of all monies made by virtue of their public offices and no work for lobbyists or companies with government contracts.

            I still will be expecting the full panoply of criminal proceedings against these traitors, liars and cheats. For me, anything less is a win for them.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Letjustice;
        Close, but no cigar. Barr is chust vollowink oreders;
        He and the others at the DOJ are insuring none of the small group are indicted, because if they were, they would “rat out” WHO “put them up to it”, and no, I don’t mean former Obama admin officials, I mean the Republicon leadership in CONgress, who instigated the coup.
        THEY are the power exerting influence to insure no accountability, because Comey, Brennan, McCabe, Stroxz are blackmailing McConnell and Graham, like the,Watergate burglars were blackmailing Nixon.

        “We could GET a million dollars,…right?”

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        • buzzybee says:

          Hi Dutchman. I’m on the fence about your assessment here. While I’m not a fan of McConnell or Graham, I have doubts they are instigators of the coup. Not that they’re squeaky clean, but I don’t think they led it. Can you document your assessment? I’d be very interested.

          I think it’s more likely they’ve had their fingers in several pies, so they rode in the backseat when the Coup Cadillac began its journey. Truth is stranger than fiction. Whether we’ll every get all the facts remains to be seen.

          I think we should read the book by Lee Smith, ‘The Plot Against the President’ about how Devin Nunes made some discoveries. More discoveries are ongoing. I’ve not gotten the book yet. Hope to.

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          • Dutchman says:

            O.k.
            What was the purpose and nature of the “Insurance policy”?
            While some still debate it, to me its clear;
            “IF DJT wins the Presidency, we will drive him from office, forcing him to resign, under the THREAT of Impeachment.

            What I call Watergate 2.0.
            Remember all the Republican Senators, who went into the history books, as voting to Impeach Nixon?
            Of COARSE you don’t, the remained anonymous, cause simply telling Nixon “they have the votes, resign” was sufficient.
            SO, HOW to enable Senate Republicans to be ABLE, POLITICALLY to play their role?

            Watergate 2.0. Get PDJT to do something which would give Republicans political cover, to do what they WANTED to do.

            Democrats needed no such cover; they were screaming “Peach 45!” from day one, and their base,was firmly behind them.

            But, Republican base, US was the problem. But, if PDJT would FIRE Mueller team, than ‘shades of black Sunday’ (Nixon firing Independant Council investigating Watergate) they felt this would give Republican Senators political cover to justify SAYING they would vote to impeach.
            As a plan B, cause,”worth a shot” get him in a perjury trap.

            My thinking is Republican hierarchy saw PDJT as a threat, early on.
            If you read the Republican party “Autopsy report” of why THEY percieved they lost in 2012, you see where they were planning on going in 2016.

            A soft spoken, non threatening candidate who spoke fluent spanish, to reach out for the hispanic vote by granted amnesty to illegals, cause “demographics is destiny”, and unless Republican party made inroads with hispanics they would be doomed, is the upshot.
            Hence, Jeb was their “chosen one”, with Rubio or Cruz as a VP.
            FROM the escalator ride on, Candidate DJT SMASHED that model, and led the polls from day one, on.

            He was an intrinsic threat to the Corrupt Senate and House Republican leadership, destroying the Bush legacy, the ME wars fiasco, the neocons, …

            LOOK where they are, now; Bill Chrystal, George Wills etc. are totally irrelevant and discredited.
            DJT did that.
            They used the 16 Candidate primary, just like Dems did, to try to shield their,chosen candidate; didn’t work for Republicans.
            They gifted the House to Dems, WHY?
            Because Impeachment MUST begin in the House, THATS why.

            Republicans in the House could not be SEEN to be initiating an Impeachment against a,m Republican POTUS, so Ryan HAD to insure the House went to the Dems.
            Since the election, it is Republicans in Senate, who have done everything they could to block investigations, or hold anyone accountable.

            Blocking appointments, manipulating votes to deny PDJT legislative achievements, and conducting NO inquiries like Nunes was in the House, of the biggest Political scandal in our History, a scandal which, politically SHOULD be a,”goldmine” for them.

            They covered Fast/Furious, cause they were complicit.

            They covered IRS/TEA PARTY, cause they were complicit.

            They covered Benghazi, cause they were complicit.

            And, they are covering muh russia coup attempt, because they are complicit.

            “Cover” doesn’t mean “cover up”; when too much comes out to be able to deny, they use “investigate to exhonerate”, to let the air out of the balloon, delay while new news items distract, let out all but the most important details (such as Republican complicity) hold no one accountable, and “move on”.
            In short, the Uniparty engaged in an effort to supply mexican cartels with high powered weoponry, in order to provoke an international incident, to justify Obama, by executive order suspending the 2A.

            And Republican leadership was “All in” on it.

            Uniparty engaged the IRS to target tea party groups, that were primarily a threat to,. ..?
            REPUBLICAN leaders in Congress, and McCain forwarded the request to Obama admin.
            UNIPARTY funneled weoponry to ISIS and Al Quada, including the manpad used to kill seal team 6 in afghanistan

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            • BuzzyBee says:

              Wow. Thanks, Dutchman. You’ve given me a lot to chew on. How depressing. But yes, you’re right. If Teaparty groups and investigations were going as they OUGHT to go, things would be looking a lot different.

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              • Dutchman says:

                It IS a LOT to swallow,…I understand.
                It truly is like Matrix, swallowing the red pill, and realising everything we THOUGHT we knew, about how “the World” works,…isn’t real.
                Its a lot to assimilate,……
                You know how to eat an elephant, right?
                One bite at a time,….:-)

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          • PineoMan says:

            Lee Smith digs deep into the nest of deceit and corruption on both sides of the aisle and more – you’ll learn a great deal about how the plot was hatched and perpetuated – one of the biggest scumbags is Sen. Mark Warner. He and Schiff are rotten to the core – then there’s Comey, Brennan and company – Obama knew everything.

            Liked by 2 people

            • buzzybee says:

              Thanks, PineoMan. I will for sure get the book. I’ve been wanting it for a long time. Now I’m more motivated. I appreciate you guys.

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    • MJJ says:

      Good point, Congressman Gowdy and Nunes should have called Senator Schumer before their committee to explain the Schumer Quote? Senator Schumer warns President Trump, that “Intel Officials, “Have Six Ways From Sunday At Getting Back At You!” and should be ashamed for saying that and is failure of nerve on Schumer own Constitutional Pledge Under Oath every time he was sworn in to Protect the Constitution and American People. This is an Admission of Criminal Knowledge Intent for any American.

      This is a Scandal that Rejects the Constitutional Protections of every American’s and President’s own Due Process Rights under the Constitutional Rule of Law that Protects Life, liberty and Property. Schumer should be called before any Senate Investigation and asked to explain how knows his warning is an Admission, he lacks the Power and Fortitude to stop such People under his own Obligations and Oath!

      Liked by 6 people

      • Oallen says:

        Excellent point that Schumer should explain his statement in detail and take actions to support the Constitution. Add John Kerry to the list of people to explain why he did not take actions as a military officer during the Vietnam era but gave testimony to Congress for deceitful purposes.

        Liked by 4 people

      • botchedcasuality says:

        I didn’t take it as a warning, it was a threat.
        A threat carried out.

        Liked by 1 person

    • EdInTX says:

      “Fire Rod Rosenstein? Why in the world would we wanna do that?”

      -Trey Gowdy

      Anyone who still believes this guy’s Foghorn Leghorn bull**** needs to read more and say less.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Masterman says:

      Gowdy is speaking the truth, no prosecutions will come out from the Flynn deal. Even though they should.

      Liked by 2 people

    • not2worryluv says:

      Trey Gowdy another GOP bigwig that investigated more things then Columbo but always came up empty handed.
      Yes, Rooster Head had no problems letting the Foxes into the hen house. Trey strutted his stuff around trying to convince everyone that he had our interest at heart.
      In the end both the Fox and the Rooster got what they wanted.
      The Fox took over the hen house at night and the Rooster gets a job on Fox.
      And the Farmer was left without anything.

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  2. evergreen says:

    If they were going by the book, Obama would not need to stress anything or be “mindful to ascertain” anything. Proof that their collective mindset was quite the opposite of “the book”. What a bunch of idiots.

    Liked by 10 people

    • republicanvet91 says:

      In how many other instances has Obama spoken up about some issue since he left office?

      Comey, McCabe, Strzok, Baker, Lisa Page and a horde of others lied to the FISA court, refused to hold their own accountable, tried to ruin the lives of Gen. Flynn, his family and his son, tried to remove a sitting President using illegal access to intelligence, and then when that didn’t produce what they wanted, they resorted to paying lawyers to pay a former sloppy foreign spook to write stories to encourage the whole charade.

      All this and more is known, yet Obama has said nothing. In fact, his former flunkies are trying to continue their treason by lying about what is known.

      Since he won’t say a word about it, it tells me he has known what they have been doing all along.

      Liked by 9 people

    • gary says:

      good point. why would obama have to tell the head of the FIB and other bigshots in the meeting to go by the book? dead giveaway.

      Liked by 2 people

      • evergreen says:

        Dead giveaway is right.

        How stupid is Rice to write an after-the-fact “contemporaneous memo” saying something as profound as “the boss told us to act normally”?

        That’s incompetence territory.

        Liked by 4 people

        • Jeff says:

          In a memo dated the day of President Trump’s Inauguration. Was any such statemtn written in the year plus prior to this? I’d lay odds not…

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      • YeahYouRight says:

        More interesting is shy hasn’t 0bama expressed “concern” by any of this? He hasn’t even felt this worthy of distancing himself!

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    • MCNUT says:

      hence she wrote it the day before trump comes in to kick BHO’s ass out

      Liked by 1 person

    • donna kovacevic says:

      evergreen, the serbian saying is zajebane budale, there, means f…d up idots, numb nuts.

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  3. DeWalt says:

    Listening to Gowdy here explains what happened to the Benghazi investigation. He is infected with the same disease Barr has. Mah Institutions.

    Liked by 11 people

    • L4grasshopper says:

      Been saying for years….Gowdy is all hat…no cattle.

      Liked by 9 people

      • Linda K. says:

        Here is Bush Center, worried about immigration being closed. All these politicians are on a different page than the American people. What is their goal?

        https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/05/03/bush-center-slams-trump-we-want-more-migration/

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      • Dutchman says:

        No hat, no cattle, but somehow PLENTY of Bullsh*t!
        The Master of “Investigate to Exhonerate”, he was Mitchs go to guy, to clean up the messes created by the Uniparty.
        Fast/Furious
        Tea Party/IRS
        Benghazi.

        3 major scandals of the,Obama admin, investigated by Republicons, and no one held accountable. It was like,David Copperfield, vanishing the Statue of Liberty, he pulls off the cover with a florish, while saying ‘abra cadabra’ and,…theres NOTHING there!

        And who steps in to chair House intel, when Nunes is forced to step down for a totally bogue ethics investigation?
        Why, its bullshirt Gowdy!

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  4. vikingmom says:

    The Rooster, just like his Senate buddy Miss Linda, is all about looking important without ever actually accomplishing ANYTHING!! But, dang, don’t they look important? And don’t they LOVE to be invited on all them Sunday shows to talk about how much they know?!

    Sadly, they remind me FAR too much of Tony Fauci who LOVES the attention but has NO actual record of accomplishment to justify all of the adulation!! (Quite the opposite if truth be told!)

    Sorry for all the caps but I am so done with all of this!! I am an old woman and I have been waiting for SOMEONE to be held accountable since Hillary fired everyone in the White House Travel Office, demanded the FBI files of over 900 people, and sold the Lincoln Bedroom, so I’m kinda outta patience at this point!!

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  5. railer says:

    Gowdy endorsed Rubio for president in 2016. Let that sink in. Rubio couldn’t even win his home state in the primary and may be the most lightweight politician I’ve ever laid eyes on.

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    • A friend gave me a copy of Rubio’s autobiography back in 2012 after she had received it as a complimentary gift when she had purchased something else. I started reading it and stopped and put it down when I came to the section where he talked about having attended a Mormon church when he was growing up and how he so identified as a Mormon and was pathetically auditioning as Romney’s running-mate. I have no idea what I ever did with that book.

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    • Bruce_Dern's_Finger says:

      Rubio was an unconstitutional presidential candidate.

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  6. Bill says:

    These people, Trey and Chafitz, and all the guys that bailed early, all knew about the coup. They got the hell out of dodge before anything could happen. My guess is, they got out to watch what happens. If Trump wins re-election they probably stay out of congress assuming that Trump is eventually going to nail the guilty parties. If Trump has the election stollen successfully by the left, which they are planning right now, you will see these guys come off the sidelines to pretend to save the day and get their seats back. They will do that since they know that there will never again be someone in power to unravel the entire coup against a Trump.

    If Trump wins its most likely that the guilty parties get taken down. And these guys might not have participated, but it may come out that they had knowledge of the plot as it was on going. Therefore making them snake pieces of garbage.

    Either way, we are dealing with scum to the left of us, scum to the right, and here I am stuck in the middle with you.

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    • COliberty says:

      Gowdy and Chaffetz are miserable excuses for human beings. WHEN Trump wins, they will slither away or go down with the Fox News ship when OANN cruises into 1st place with patriots who are sick to death of Fox and their duplicity. I am keeping the popcorn handy.

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      Bill, now I am humming “stuck in the middle with you”. Thanks agree with you and love the song.

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    • Fools Gold says:

      And they all regularly appear on Fox obscure truth. Can you say Paul Ryan?

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  7. burnett044 says:

    Rooster-head is a very special kind of chicken…
    A capon is a special type of chicken created to make the meat more tender and less gamy. It is a rooster that has been castrated before reaching sexual maturity, which improves the quality of the meat; after that, it is fed a rich diet of milk or porridge.

    indeed…..all talk no balls

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  8. littlebird160 says:

    Never trust a man who changes his hairstyle as regularly as he changes his underwear. It’s all about appearance. All show and no substance.

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  9. MaineCoon says:

    Gowdy is all talk, blows off a lot of steam, but what has he ever really accomplished? Nothing comes to mind. He came, he went and he got a lot of $$$ from Fox.

    Jorden has the real heart for the Deplorables. Hopefully, Rs will win back the House and he can come to the forefront and continue to fight for us. He’s a winner and will never give up.

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  10. littlebird160 says:

    Treat Gowdy is a “Hummingator”:
    An alligator’s mouth and a hummingbird’s ass.

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  11. Sundance’s analysis of Gowdy is right on. I hadn’t thought of it that way; he is stupid but doesn’t know it and thinks putting together puzzle pieces is brilliant but has no under/standing of the picture. That is a perfect analysis…I’ve actually known people like that…they can sound really bright but that’s all it is, a sound bite…shallow.

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  12. Derangement Syndrome says:

    Rooster just loves to strut for the camera. You can still catch him on “Forensic Files” re-runs, Trey was featured in about a dozen episodes.

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  13. bmwjac says:

    Strok actually looks like Blazy Ford
    I think that was him in drag. Lock the bastard up . Free Flynn Boom

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  14. bmwjac says:

    Strok actually looks like Blazy Ford
    I think that was him in drag. Lock the bastard up . Free Flynn Boom

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      Petey could actually pass for the devil, the evil looks, I had to turn my head when I watched him testify. I got creeped out by his demonic behavior. Crossed myself, then in serbian we say Boze sacuvaj, Lord God protect us.

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  15. jx says:

    Strzok is a strange person with an obscure background.

    This article gives a little bit of background:
    https://bigleaguepolitics.com/exposed-peter-strzok-grew-up-in-iran-worked-as-obama-and-brennans-envoy-to-iranian-regime/

    This article is about his father:
    https://www.newspapers.com/clip/17096018/peter-strzok-21-feb-1979/

    This article was written by his father:
    https://www.fayobserver.com/d8027ffd-e2a6-5ef0-be77-c43f22fb5fa6.html

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    • DeWalt says:

      Many have surmised he was a CIA agent inside the FBI.

      Liked by 7 people

      • DeWalt says:

        Reminds me what DEA Agent Mike Levine said about CIA. Fratboys with guns and no honor.

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      • republicanvet91 says:

        It would certainly explain why he was so comfortable going around his direct supervisor.

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      • Dutchman says:

        I figure the FBI-NSD department, the one Yates said wasn’t covered by an I.G., was in effect a CIA field office in D.C., and a product of the MOU between the two agancies.

        The FBI wanted access to the NSA database, so they could exploit it, politically. They didn’t have access, but the CIA did.
        The CIA was prohibited by Statute from working inside the U.S.
        They did anyway, but wanted a legal cover.
        So, backscratching time; the,FBI gets access to NSA database, the CIA gets a legal cover to work in US, because ‘technically’ they are FBI agents, working out of FBI-NSD,…wink wink.

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        • botchedcasuality says:

          That’s what police departments do, borrow/insert a FBI agent who then has access to a much larger data base.

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    • Alli says:

      JX. Thank you for those informative articles

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    • TrumpPatriot says:

      Lisa Page is also connected to Iran. Her Mother immigrated from Iran.

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        Is Huma also not of Iranian backgound? The muslim brotherhood all inside the traitors administration and out.

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        • Billie says:

          Valerie Jarrett, too.

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        • MGBSE says:

          I think Saudi … her brother is Muslim Brotherhood & her mother is a member of the female-arm of the brotherhood.

          A Muslim female … working for the Secretary of State … married to a Jew who is a convicted pervert … with thousands of Hillary’s missing emails on his laptop … bizarre … and no one in mainstream media is curious.

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    • TrumpPatriot says:

      Lisa Page is also connected to Iran. Her Mother immigrated from Iran.

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  16. CountryDoc says:

    He has intelligence. He knows what he is saying. He is very purposeful. So many words, so many circles, so much noise, so much BS. How can a news company claim to have good editors, and have Gowdy, Williams, and Ryan working for the same company as Tucker, Marie, Judy? Makes me distrust everyone .

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  17. In fairness, he has kept the purple tie factory in business.

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  18. flyboy46 says:

    Jordan has the urgency needed, but I can’t figure out what Sundance thinks the legislative branch can actually do except hold hearings and refer cases to Justice for prosecution. Too many WERE involved from different angles to ever expect them to police themselves. Unless Justice moves forward with prosecution we are still nowhere. How many times have we seen that movie? I see Barr leaving the prosecutions to Durham and other outsiders, so he doesn’t get waylaid by the DC Swamp. Otherwise he spends all his time avoiding the Swamp creatures allied against him and PDJT. That’s just my opinion, but I lived in Chicagoland for 40 years and all the real prosecutions there, came from outsiders, never from local AG’s or investigators. I see EXACTLY the same thing happening in DC. Finding a local to investigate his acquaintances is a real stretch in almost every case. In DC it’s probably impossible. Just look at what happened to Flynn’s original attorneys. They wanted to keep working in DC so they “went along” with the DOJ, in spite of the risks of that strategy. It took an outsider to go against the culture of corruption in DC. I hope Sidney goes after that firm after Flynn’s case is thrown out, and bankrupts the whole damn firm, and every attorney in it. Then go after the DOJ crooks personally and do the same to them. Comey probably has some money from book sales, and his pensions and assets should be stripped till he is homeless. All the others should be fired, and have pensions stripped. Jail would be nice, but lets get what we can. Don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good.

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    • DeWalt says:

      Yep. Worked out good for Seth Rich (sarc).

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    • gary says:

      the legislative branch can do a lot. they can raise holy hell. except there are only 6 repubs doing it. the rest of the spineless repubs need to get in the game. burr is an example. democrat in sheeps clothing.

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      • Dutchman says:

        I remind myself of my Dad when, in frustration he would say ;
        “OH, JESUS H. CHRIST!”
        Gary, they are NOT spinless; they are COMPLICIT!
        Biggest political scandal in our history, a Democrat outgoing admin does this, and we here BUPKAS from Congressional Republican Leadership?

        Because,McConnell, Graham, McCain, Cornyn, Burr were the ORIGINATORS of the coup!

        WAKE up, and take the darn red pill!
        And no, whenever he said that, my Dad was,REAL frustrated with me, so I never asked him what the “H” stood for.

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        • X XYZ says:

          “H” = Henry. (I’m old enogh to have heard it said.)

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        • buzzybee says:

          Dutchman, where have you seen this? I’d like to see an article or something about it. I look at lots of things, but unsure where to look on this one. Breitbart? Drudge Report? American Thinker? I knew about McCain, but was unsure about McConnell and Graham.

          i’m always interested in the truth. Even if it’s ugly.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Its not a single article, its simply looking, objectively at a long list of actions by Congressional Republican leadership, that simply can NOT be explained any other way, so long as you view politics as Dem vs Rep.

            Cutting to the bottom line; you do not need 100 Senators, you only need two; McConnell and Schumer.

            Do you really think McCain went to Obama admim., and asked them to break the law, to have IRS illegally target the Tea party, without McConnell knowing and approving?

            Do you really think Graham has failed to have ANY hearings on the biggest political scandal in American history, and McConnell is unaware or uninterested?

            Or, that McConnell “buys” Lindseys lame excuse, that Lindsey won’t have oversight hearings in Judiciary, as long as there are criminal investigations ongoing?

            And, presumably thats Burrs excuse for no SSCI hearings, despite the IC being involved up to their eyeballs in the coup attempt?

            Do they think we don’t all remember WATERGATE, where they had daily, TELEVISED hearings, even as criminal investigations and prosecutions were taking place!

            Finally, if you clearly see how CHINA are masters at corruption, and have corrupted the msm, multinational corporate ceo’s, and the Democrat party.

            WHY would they NOT corrupt the,Republican party, as well?

            Corrupt 4 people (Senate and House Majority and Minority leaders) and you OWN Congress.

            Uniparty= 2 faced, ONE agenda.

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            • buzzybee says:

              Makes sense.. Thank you again, Dutchman, for helping me get better clarity as to what we’re dealing with in this sad state of affairs.

              Only other thing that comes to mind is with regard to China Comms. I do not think they are too picky about who they corrupt if it suits their ends. Communists will corrupt anything they get their hands on. At least, that’s my view of all commies, regardless of country.

              Come to think of it, it was always their goal to corrupt both parties. They’ve already had great success with Dems, and have successfully infiltrated the Repubs. Oi! Our beloved POTUS is up against a mighty wave of wickedness.

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              • Dutchman says:

                The Conmunist ‘spies’; Americans who supplied info to Soviets, never thought of themselves as “Traitors”;

                Its always been about GLOBAL Conmunism, spreading the ‘revolution’, and so there is NO “Loyalty to country”; only to PARTY.

                So, they have always been “Globalists”.
                By the way, I don’t think of it as “depressing”; only Depressing that this was going on all around us, for so many years.

                With PDJT, I see a consistent pattern; first, he EXPOSES his enemies, or causes them to expose themselves.
                This then causes them to lose credibility, and him to GAIN it.

                And Credibility is POWER; Power to shape public opinion, and power to influence POLICY.

                Look at the nevertrumpers; discredited and out of power.

                Look at the msm; Discredited, and out of Power.

                Look at the Dems; Discredited and out of power.

                Jordan is declaring an escalation, with that letter to Wray .
                Grinnell is forcing the SSCI to confirm Ratcliffe,…

                I see good things happening, …..

                Ultimately, this is a battle for the World, and in an earthly sense, it is PDJT vs CCP, in a spiritual sense its God vs Satan, and I don’t think Satan is very happy right now!

                So, chin up as my $ is on God, and PDJT.

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        • botchedcasuality says:

          Remember when Michele Bachman During the 2012 campaign was castigated after she stated that our Government had been seeded with Muslim Brotherhood?

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  19. KnowSERENoFear says:

    The component that’s missing is the TRUE nature of both the DOJ and FBI…and all one has to do is review the behavior and statements of the FBI’s first leader: J Edgar Hoover. The role of the FBI, supported by the “law” of the DOJ is to get poop on all government employees in positions of influence. The own them! Pure and simple. The role in the FBI and RICO and other BS is just a cover for their true intention. ROOSTER is bought and paid for….and they have an entire file on him…and THAT is why an apparent rational person is acting irrational in his activities concerning right and wrong. It could be that he likes little boys…or little girls…or likes sex with ponies…or that they kill his kids….but whatever it is, his desire to comply with “their” wishes is stronger than his desire to do what is right.

    And the same with Grassley, Graham, Ryan, and on and on. Apparently, they don’t have anything on Nunez and Jordan….yet.

    It’s real easy for us to sit back and want these guys to do the right thing. But we don’t have to suffer the dire consequences that they do. I’m not absolving them…at some point, they made their bed and now they have to lie in it. And some of them, have done the only thing left….quit…like Ryan and Sasse.

    We are observing and are frustrated with mere symptoms while the REAL problem looms over our head at 30,000 feet: BIG GOVERNMENT! Per our Constitution, that the STATES created, the power of the Federal government is supposed to be limited and defined. It was never supposed to be a strong central government…do you think our Framers debated the Constitution for 2 years in favor of a big central government when they had just endured a long and bloody struggle to escape from one? As such, the 13 colonies created a Federal government with very few powers limited to foreign policy and international treaties, a common currency, a common naturalization process, war, peace and so on…simple cabinets positions of War, Treasury, State, AG, and Post Office…no FBI, CIA, USDA, FCC, FAA, EPA, Education, Interior…….and on and on.

    We get rid of all the unconstitutional organizations and the corrupt individuals will die with them.

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    • DeWalt says:

      Yep. 94 U.S. Marshals districts. Fire all FBI and make them apply to the U.S. Marshal in the district they are in with no guarantee of being hired. Marshals and their Deputies can investigate all federal crimes in their district. Takes central control away from DC.

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      • Yeah I see what you mean. The US Marshall’s are so much better than the FBI… they helped ATF on both of the initial arrest scenarios at Ruby Ridge and Waco.

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      • California Joe says:

        Most Deputy US Marshals are hired from the ranks of federal prison guards. They are basically screws as the old movies called them. Probably less than 10% of them have a college degree and 99% of the ones hired since 1993 are Black or Hispanic. You’re not going to be doing insider trading, bankruptcy fraud or espionage cases out of prison guards!

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        • DeWalt says:

          I’ve known and worked with many Deputy USM’s. Never met one that worked in a prison. Most were former local LEO or Former Military. And I’ve known many.

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    • jumpinjarhead says:

      I think Big Government is also just another symptom of the overall problem that is the loss of virtue by the American people that has caused them to disengage from the nation and become increasingly ignorant about their government. As a result, the politicians and apparatchiks have now run amok both with a bloated federal government and corruption throughout government, not just the FBI and DOJ.

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    • buzzybee says:

      Reminds me that Hitler got ahead by threatening to harm family members of those who were around him. So they went along. When the killing began, he killed some of his own brownshirts early on.

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  20. bullnuke says:

    Just like Ms Lindsey, all talk. Not sure what is in the water here in SC. They haven’t figured out that real conservatives get tired of all the talk and what they are gonna do.

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  21. TradeBait says:

    I like the “Rooster” nickname. Apropos. All I know is he’s all talk and posturing, So I call Him All Hat No Cattle Gowdy. Jim Jordan is a patriot and a guy I trust a great deal. Of course, I’m a Freedom Caucus kind of guy.

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  22. swampfox999 says:

    Gowdy is all cowlick, no cattle, and an apologist for prosecutorial abuse.

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    • Raptors2020 says:

      Swampfox:
      I’ve heard Gowdy say he believes Russia meddled in the 2016 election to help Trump. That’s a Deep State/Democrat trope, but I’ve seen no evidence for this. They meddled (in a puny way) to cause trouble and discord in America.

      Many Establishment Republicans (Paul Ryan, many more) assumed Hillary would win, and regard Trump’s victory as suspicious. Gowdy is clearly one such. The Russian Collusion investigation of the FBI, then Mueller is therefore justified. People like Gowdy (so wrong-headed) are reluctant to admit their error, or apologists for Deep State abuses they supported.

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  23. carthoris says:

    The FBI is the Plague.

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  24. swamph8er says:

    Paul Ryen didn’t leave congress willingly…and neither did Trey Gowdy.

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    • Guffman says:

      I’d like to see Miss Lindsey forced out next. She’s exactly like Ryan and Rooster.

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    • botchedcasuality says:

      Nor Jason Chavitz who also Worked on Bengazi Inteligence committee and is was anti-Trumper, he stated something like: ‘I’m only voting for Trump because HRC is worse.’
      Everyone who left office after Trumps election is suspect.

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    • botchedcasuality says:

      Nor Jason Chavitz who also Worked on Bengazi Inteligence committee and is was anti-Trumper, he stated something like: ‘I’m only voting for Trump because HRC is worse.’
      Everyone who left office after Trumps election is suspect.

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  25. nimrodman says:

    Gowdy is one of 2 GOPers who torpedoed the Hillary hearings

    There had been a big breaking story the week before, about US military air assets that were on the tarmac waiting for a GO order. And they waited but it never came.

    Gowdy asked her not WORD ONE about it

    The other guy was Kevin McCarthy

    That very week or the week before, reporters caught him strolling down the marble halls and badgered him: “Aren’t these hearings just to stir up press and hamper Hillary’s electoral chances?” (words to that effect)

    McCarthy breezily answered “Sure” “Of course” (words to that effect)

    I don’t have links at hand but remember both incidents clear as day

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  26. Cathy M. says:

    Don’t even get me started on the FBI.

    I don’t doubt for a minute that many FBI Special Agents (S/A)s are corrupt from the bottom up but there are some FBI good guys. Regardless, S/As/ local Detectives from other agencies can’t (& many don’t) trust any of them to not screw them over in an investigation or to abide by the laws & policies.

    I’m purty sure that FBI S/As learned federal laws via the “Whisper” game.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_whispers

    I know first hand of FBI S/As’ ignorance, arrogance & disregard of the laws are absolutely true in 4 states where(& when) I was stationed. S/As & local Detectives from several other federal agencies across the country have that same opinion for decades, so I believe I can say it is likely true for all of their offices.

    The FBI S/As I’ve encountered truly don’t know what they may & may not do legally whether it concerns a criminal investigation, criminal/civil laws or administrative law- like cheating on per diem, illegal subpoena issuance, violate MOUs w/ other departments, “Gifts from MSM), etc.. When you call them on it, they say- but, but “that’s how we’ve always done it”.

    It appeared to become more aggressive under Director Mueller.

    What’s sad is, they never think they did anything wrong. They have no shame. Why? Because it’s ground into them that they are the premier law enforcement agency in the world.

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    • nimrodman says:

      This clip exemplifies local law enforcement derision for FBI hotshots

      Unfortunately Special Agent Desmond gets revenge at the end of the clip
      … but until then, the sniggling and snickering are absolutely priceless

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  27. Brian says:

    If AG Barr’s problem is that he can’t find a DC jury that would indict much less convict a Democrat then it is time we consider restructuring the Federal court system.

    Just say’n.

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    • jx says:

      That’s a good idea. I think a strong case can be made for eliminating the DC District and Appeals courts, rolling them into surrounding districts.

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  28. Diabolik says:

    It comes down to this. If President Trump doesn’t take down the people who TRIED to take him down, they’ll keep coming after his kids, grandchildren and anyone who ever associated with them in any way. He put his family name and whole brand on fixing this. When they’re done with them, YOUR kids are next.

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  29. bullnuke says:

    We know a lot. They know we know a lot.
    You have to ask yourself one question…If indeed there are no prosecutions, how does President Trump respond to the inevitable flood of questions about why HIS justice department did not hold those responsible for crimes and harassment committed against him, his staff, his friends and his family?

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  30. Perot Conservative says:

    One Ms. Powell & General Flynn are successful, and Gen Flynn is exonerated … would they be ready for another Titanic fight?

    Appoint both to President Trump’s Administration.

    Clean the IC Swamp, and if no indictments are filed by Durham, bring in Sidney and fresh, non-Swamp attorneys. Either way, bring her in, at least as a czar.

    And screw the MSM, they’ll complain no matter what.

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  31. efilnikcufecin101 says:

    The “Book” Obama referred to was NOT the “Law” we think, but rather, Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals. Every single thing the Demoncraps do is 100% outlined in this book. Poor ol’ Zero,he don’t know what is a comin’ for him….Americans do not like Communists nor do we like Globalist Muslim infiltrators.

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  32. MVW says:

    ‘By the book’
    Why was that even said, what was the need to say it???? And which book? The Marxist handbook? because that is what standard was used, and Strzok, Comey, McCabe arrogantly acted with implied or stated backing from Obama even after that meeting.

    But what is hidden in the narrative about these released documents is the attempt to put a tourniquet on the blame, to protect the spider behind this web of injustice, to limit the blame to Strzok and Comey, or perhaps include McCabe, all FBI, let the blame stop at the 7th floor of the FBI.

    Let go of Dorthy’s dog Totto’s leash and let the dog keep pulling back the curtain to show more than some old befuddled, well intentioned, but mistaken nice man. There is a sinister presence behind that curtain and it goes beyond Obama and Greedy, Crooked Hillary.

    We know that by all the different agencies, countries, Global media corps, and especially because of
    *****WHO OWNS REUTERS and AP*****
    No one but the owners can tell them what propaganda to push, and we know who owns them. This spider has revealed itself by its ownership.

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  33. Anon says:

    QUESTIONS FOR SUNDANCE OR WHOEVER:
    (sorry about the length and the novice questions)

    1] Why was Crossfire Hurricane started? Strzok said there was “no there there”. And everyone thought Hillary was destined to win. Even Obama initially played down the Russian threat. Obviously, if Hillary had won, the whole thing would have been filed away into oblivion. Was it just politics? It seemed Robby Mook was anticipating Russia being a big story, and then the Weiner Laptop mess broke. And it seems like the Hillary campaign (maybe under pressure from the drip-drip-drip of Wikileaks?) pressured Steele to go public, while Comey and the FBI wanted to keep him low-key and useful as a non-partisan source.

    2] Why did the “7th Foor” intervene to keep the Flynn case open? Since Brennan, Clapper and Susan Rice were soon to be replaced, that would pretty much leave Comey as the “last man standing” in the cabal. Even if they got Flynn to admit to a Logan Act violation, how would that even fly in a Trump DOJ? Sessions had not recused at this point, he did so on March 2nd, so there was no guarantee at the time he would. Did Comey really think he could do what Robert Mueller did (all the prosecutions), with just the FBI? Who was egging Comey on?

    3] What exactly went on in the FBI from the date of Session’s recusal (March 2nd) to the appointment of Robert Mueller on May 17th? Comey testified in front of Congress that the agents found nothing evasive in Flynn’s interview. He told Trump he was not under investigation. It seems like Comey had one foot in and one foot out at this point. Additionally, he had “pseudo-allies” in all the key positions. (Dan Coates, DNI: but former corrupt SSCI member, McMaster: NSA, who would have been intimidated seeing Flynn just get fired, Jeff Sessions AG: recused, Mike Pompeo CIA: a novice) From Comey’s POV it seems like letting the investigation quietly die was his best option and the people listed above would have allowed it.

    As we can see now, the Mueller Investigation, with all of the overzealous and fraudulent prosecutions, is what is allowing the whole plot to unravel.

    *Sorry if these appear to be novice questions, but I think I am fairly up to date on things, but these issues puzzle me. So any insights would be appreciated.

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  34. Perot Conservative says:

    I believe Gowdy, Carter Page, & Graham have a dungeon in Dupont Circle.

    Gowdy – Top
    Page – Switch
    Graham – bottom

    Visitor’s Pass: Don Lemon, Anderson Cooper.

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  35. Jim Comey is a Weasel_Doug says:

    I’ve been battling brainwashed libtards on social media about the Flynn framing. The usual reply is “Fox News”! or “Rightwing sources”…..well, this video shuts that talking point right up.
    Jimmy Dore is NO TRUMP FAN, nor is Aaron Mate…but the one thing they dislike more than Trump is Deep State Lying sacks of crap and the bootlicking leakers in the press.

    2 Progtards blow up the Flynn framing!
    rated L for language:

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    • Anon says:

      THE ABOVE VIDEO IS INCREDIBLE – not for any super new information, but to hear Leftists BRUTALLY dissect their own media. Thanks for posting !!!

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  36. appraisher says:

    This was Obama’s Coup…his handlers planned it, his appointees carried it out, and he was/is in the loop even today. Gowdy knows it, Trump knows it, Sundance knows it, Barr knows it and every one of the coup plotters know it. If you take any one of the plotters down, they take Obama down with them…and Obama takes Killery down with him.

    This attempt is one of the biggest, dirtiest, unconstitutional, institutional criminal take-downs in Americas history and would itself, take-down a large majority of the last Executive Branch, the current Congress and the past and current leadership of the Judicial System. This isn’t just an FBI/DOJ Hot Potato, this is criminality on a national and possibly a global scale…and it wouldn’t be just a few heads that roll.

    Do you really think that Barr and Durham, against the most powerful people and agencies on the planet, are up to THAT task? Prosecuting an industrial-strength coup, against a sitting President, that was orchestrated by…THE PAST PREISDENT OF THE UNITED STATES?

    As much as I want to see cold justice meted out to all these seditious b@stards…there just aren’t enough good guys left, to make that happen.

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    • buzzybee says:

      I think you’re right, appraisher. Unfortunately. Otrauma filled his cabinet and other entities with corrupt and vile people. Then he went to work on the few good ones left.

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  37. tominellay says:

    I recognize that a lot of people here are sour on Trey Gowdy, but I do like hearing what he has to say. He seems to analyze from the perspective of a prosecutor; he knows what’s legal, what’s in bounds and what’s out of bounds in a courtroom. His arguments aren’t emotional, even though he is angered by what he has seen from the conspirators these last (almost) four years. I like Jim Jordan, too, of course. The two guys have different styles, come from different backgrounds.

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  38. The Boss says:

    Much as I’d rather not, I listen to R-Head every time he’s on.
    In this appearance, I sensed a nervous tinge to the Rooster’s voice.
    He was forcing his tough talking lawyer persona the whole interview.
    Intimidated by Maria B? Intimidated by Jim Jordan? Running out of razzle dazzle?
    A chicken coming home to roost?

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  39. railer says:

    Rooster was jabbering that there must be bipartisan support to investigate all this. Jordan was stonefaced and silent. He does not agree, but crowing Rooster is placed there to preach the Uniparty line. Miss Lindsay was preaching that same line the day before to Maria, when she cornered him. He’ll do nothing and you plebs will LIKE it.

    It’s the Uniparty protecting itself. Jordan knows.

    We have to excise McConnell from government. That is the only thing these Uniparty rats will ever understand. This Uniparty business of divide and rule using little D’s and R’s to distract the shallow thinking among us has to end. Take down the Uniparty leadership and you can make progress. Trump did his part and took down Hillary and JEB!, but we apparently don’t want to do our part, and will cheerfully vote for McConnell this year, the Uniparty bagman. Ridiculous. Take that clown down, with purpose, and watch how they scramble.

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    • botchedcasuality says:

      Railer, you are correct but look how we blew it in 2018, many of the exposed departed. Were their recruits to replace them? I can’t name one fighter
      Stepping up to defy the uni-party and fill those gaps.
      We can blame it n Paul Ryan who did nothing to improve the Republican Party or leave it better than he found it. I want to dump Rinos, Mitch and Lindsey, but there better be a strong field of Maga recruits. Less than six months to an election, who is lined up to replace the old guard?

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  40. Zorro says:

    My name is Paulie Numnuts Ryano and I approve Trey Gowdy’s message.

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  41. mikeyboo says:

    I remember when I thought Gowdy was one of the good guys…sigh.

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  42. bigtex52 says:

    I once had high hopes and admiration for Roosterhead, but it turns out he was all talk and smoke. Alas, he is just another DS puppet. Not terribly impressed with the politicians that hail from SC.

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  43. swelly says:

    Someone needs to look into Roosterhead’s finances. I read where his net worth was $165k when elected in 2010 and over $4.5 million when he left 8 years later. How are these congress peeps gettin so rich so quickly?

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  44. mtnforge says:

    I get it, I really do. Sundance is passionately one of or is the finest investigative journalists around. Hats off and a huge Kudos!
    Exactly because of what Sundance has done to definitively shine light and truth on how vile these actors are, more and more each day the primary question for myself is who are, who is, what is the, ring leaders in this constant state of treason, and the specific coup they perpetrated, and still are at it, against Mr. Trump and We The Deplorable’s?

    Here’s what gets me: these corrupt criminal scumbags DO NOT act without specific direction and institutional cultural directives, orders, or memo’s. They can’t take a lunch break without permission from on high and institutional directives that make up the political structure of government. How could they be the only ones involved in the coup?
    Comey McCabe Page Carter et all, they all corruptocrat to a man, essential no doubt, but low hanging fruit, insulation, the institutional layer of sacrificial sycophants or minions common to all illegitimate oligarchy, particularly tyranny.
    They make up the institutionalized organized criminal working group, who are incapable of being a stand alone conspiracy operating inside the highest level of government. Everything about these actors screams minions under control of a very high international order body of clandestine tyrants.
    None of these exposed actors is the leader of this coup, they are working for a secretive body running a parallel shadow government, there is a leadership cabal above and behind these servants to tyranny.
    What else could this all be?
    Who is the leader of such treason and the highest crimes short of assassination, along with other types of assassination, political, economic, personal and lethal kind. General Flynn, they tried to politically and economically assassinate the guy, so too Roger Stone, countless others. This is an immense network, add in the fake media and their sycophant partners in propaganda, thats thousands if not tens of thousands in on this conspiracy to overthrow America, from the top down inside out. Exactly is behind this. Who is passing out the marching orders for this army of treason?
    What individuals make up the body of overlords running this clown show?

    Frankly these managerial clowns under supposed investigation, they can’t go the the bathroom without orders and a memo from on high, they are that institutionalized. They could never have attained the positions within the structure of this organized crime syndicate without being highly, ingrained politikal animals they obviously are working for a hierachy with intent, the single objective, to destroy our country and way of life.
    It begs the question who are the not so obvious puppet masters?
    Sure, we who are self aware have at least an inkling of the usual suspects, Soros and his tribe of fake NGO operatives and agent provocateurs, the Clinton Branson Epstein Planned Parenthood international child/human/drug trafficking and money laundering syndicate, the typical whose who of popularly known Fabian one world order globo=pedo elites.
    Surely “She” who “They” thought could never loose is involved, the amerikan socialist party goes without saying, the 5th column Rhodes/Pulitzer yellow media is an instrumental element, and the uber wealthy who own and finance this operative componant. The whole conspiracy is not possible without these parts of tyrannical power.
    Most of the swamp is complicit in various fashions. Instrumental. Just watching Senator Nunes you can see how much he is not saying in his interviews, not because Nunes is part of this cabal, but because he is one of the very few who is not part of it and must be extremely prudent and discreet, because he and his patriotic allies are operating in a veritable sea of traitors and corruption. Never mind its best to not let your enemy know what you are doing, what you know and your specific objectives are, these are the essential dictum’s of war. The number one dictum is learning what the enemy values most, ounce this is ascertained, then you can fight. But it is best if the enemy is not aware you know what they value most.

    This treason is insidious, it permeates right down to actors at the city level government, of NY for example, where everything and a myriad of other organized crimes evidence contained on a very specific pedo-elite individual, Wiener, whose wife is the confidant and lover of “She” who they thought would never loose. 10 of the 12 NYC Detectives involved in Wieners pedophilia crimes have mysteriously died, the detective Chief running that department recently escaped being murder himself. Weiner’s laptop, which the FBI has possession of, has virtually disappeared from this universe. These people infest every nook and cranny in our governments, never mind the vast corporations, bedfellows with the swamp and the centralized regulatory and administrative tyranny of state and fed government.
    What is not infected by this evil?
    We The Deplorable’s.
    We are all which stands in the way.
    Pretty cool. Says everything about us “Basket of Deplorable’s” does it not?

    This is the picture of the octopus of tyranny. All it’s arms. Appendages of ultimate corruption and organized treason. Yet it has no head to control these foul appendages of treason?

    A leaderless coup against we the Deplorable’s of ordered Liberty, a directed effort to counter our withdrawal of consent for this tyranny? To take from us our most precious belongings, our natural God given primal rights?
    That would be a farce of impossible dimensions.
    The Clinton crime syndicate while no doubt is complicit, obvious to a T, the two of them are criminals do not do not have their meathooks directly upon the levers of political power within the government. They also do not operate in a political vacuum. Mmmm?

    What this all means to me personally, is even if thank the Lord these federal level criminals and traitors are brought to justice, the head of the beast is left intact, left to foment and act again, and we Deplorable’s will face this same group of tyrants, our children will, and our beautiful culture and civilization, I really mean that from the bottom of my heart, being we are the civilized ones, They, are the Vandal’s, the anarchists, barbarians at our gates of freedom. If the head of the beast is not chopped off it will return.

    These foul people chose to violate the sanctity of our Will as The Governed, they chose in such an evil organized conspiracy, to pull a banana republic style palace coup upon the guy we elected, they chose to violate our most elemental codes. The very crux of our existence as free men in a free culture of a free Republic constituting a free civilization.
    Is there a crime or treason higher than destruction of our profound existence as free men?

    I’m of a mind and believe it is an honest contention, that I am part & parcel of an America, in great company of a very unique kind of plurality of free people, that we are legion, number in the hundreds of millions, even if we are an unorganized resistance to this tyranny, we matter the most, nothing comes close to how important we and our consent, or withdrawal of our consent is, we constitute a most essential grass roots insurgency, a natural legitimate movement of American’s, really the crux of what is America from the beginning right to this second, we are people who possess prudence in abundance, a most excellent virtue, we are born with it no less than our liberty in our bones and blood, and like a glue our prudence and tolerance, who we are, is all that does and always has held our civilization of ordered liberty together, that the foundation of republican form of government, of will of the governed.
    We are, our culture, our codes, our traditional way of life, is upstream of all politicks, all corruptions, and all treason, all of these criminals and traitors.
    Andrew Breitbart said this about our culture, how it is upstream of all politicks, nothing before or since he stated this foundational truth of us has changed, if anything it is stronger a truth each day that passes as these corrupt actors and their enablers attempt to dodge justice. Craftyu, cunning, ruthless, without virtue or credibility. Elites? Lord that term leaves a nasty taste in my mouth. There is nothing elite about them except for how nasty they are.

    What these ruthless “elites” do not understand is just how mean us good folks get when they violate our codes.

    The most obvious is most likely the truth.

    Lets Win!

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  45. Randall Phillips says:

    I have to wonder if the anti-Gowdy bandwagon effect blinds some to what he really says. In the clip, he states 1) that the FBI has neither Fidelity, Bravery, nor Integrity; then, 2) that Wray has been Director for 2 years. It’s not “Kill the Pig and Drink his Blood”, but 1 plus 2 equals “Wray is a failure”. Gowdy has some worthwhile insights, if the interviewers would “ask the right ____ing questions.”

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    • He said the Executive Branch could prosecute but there would be no real political accountability or reform because the Democrats to a man are all in on the Police State-method.

      He’s right.

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  46. paintbrushsage says:

    “Both Jordan and Gowdy note the driver of the FBI effort appears to be Peter Strzok who worked around his immediate superior, Bill Priestap, to work with the more politically aligned FBI Director James Comey and FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.”

    I always just assumed McCabe/Priestap knew about the Strzok/Page affair. Page: I gave my edits to Bill to put on your desk. Strzok: Bill didn’t leave your edits in my office. I found them in his…. Page: You can say I emailed you to tell you I left them with him. Obviously it would have been helpful to Priestap to know that his agent and his bosses lawyer were having an affair.

    Lisa Page Speaks: ‘There’s No Fathomable Way I Have Committed Any Crime at All’
    Molly Jong-Fast
    Updated Dec. 17, 2019
    https://www.thedailybeast.com/lisa-page-speaks-theres-no-fathomable-way-i-have-committed-any-crime-at-all

    -snip-

    “At the end of July in 2017, I am informed by the DOJ Inspector General’s Office that I’m under investigation for political text messages and honestly, I have no idea what they’re talking about,” she told me. “I have no recollection. And initially they’re very coy about it. They don’t tell me much about it. I don’t have the first clue what they’re talking about. What I do know is that my text messages will reveal that I had previously had an affair. I’m overwhelmed by dread and embarrassment at the prospect that OIG investigators, Andy, and my colleagues, now know or could learn about this deeply personal secret.”

    -snip-

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