Matt Gaetz Goes Full Wolverine on Trey Gowdy – Exposes Gowdy and Paul Ryan Working on Coup Effort…

Oh my gosh; too funny. First, this will not come as a big surprise to those who have been following along for several years; but it’s still funny… perhaps even, well, ugly.

Earlier today President Trump held a meeting of the congressional war council; essentially the new 2020 Trump-branded version of the republican congressional caucus.  Apparently Matt Gaetz felt inspired because a few hours later he appears on Sean Hannity and throws a sunlight grenade directly into the broadcast.

Matt Gaetz, calls out the duplicity of Trey Gowdy and points out how the former rep and former House Speaker Paul Ryan blocked their 2017/2018 House investigative committees from issuing subpoenas against the coup-plotters. WATCH:

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Both Paul Ryan and Trey Gowdy, amid a host of others, retired in 2018.  Below is the segment that Matt Gaetz draws attention to:

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Los Tres Amigos…

Chaff and Countermeasures…

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550 Responses to Matt Gaetz Goes Full Wolverine on Trey Gowdy – Exposes Gowdy and Paul Ryan Working on Coup Effort…

  1. Joebkonobi says:

    Leopards never change their spots, they just roll in the mud occasionally to hide them.

    Gowdy, Ryan, Graham all never Trumpers. 1/2 of the Republican senate are never Trumpers, including Turtle. Their problem is Trumpers are the Republican base. We shall overcome!

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    • Brian in CA4 says:

      Yes…we shall overcome. Hannity seemed a bit concerned about that accusation by Gaetz, but it was spot on. Ryan, Gowdy and Chaffetz are swamp…expecially Ryan. He knew Trump was being spied on during the 2016 election (gang of 8) and did nothing. Then he threw the 2018 congressional elections to create where we are currently. I hope Ryan is included in the RICO action.

      MAGA

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      • YeahYouRight says:

        People, no way Ryan’s included in a RICO action here! We hate him. He’s sleeze. But he played swamp sportsball, nothing worse. Really wish I were wrong.

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        • BigTalkers says:

          Let’s not “romanticize” Ryan or Gowdy. We now know McConnell received Millions from the Chinese laundered through his father in law. We just don’t know who paid off the others yet.

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        • Nathan says:

          You still think nothing is happening? Wipe the sand from your eyes.

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        • aumechanic says:

          U are wrong, he threw a federal election. Hang him so his toes tickle the grass.

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        • Alex1689 says:

          No, Ryan actually had his hands on the Steele dossier in the fall of 2016 and passed it around too. That came out in the defamation action in the UK. Remember when Trump made him go out to make that announcement at the end of December (just before Ryan quit), right after a meeting at the White House? It was the humiliating perp walk then and there for Ryan, but few caught it.

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          • Your Tour Guide says:

            One of the posters on this thread stated some interesting
            facts about Ryan’s standard of living changes. About how
            he used to go out fishing on a comparatively modest boat,
            and then he suddenly had a yacht. About the same time that
            his hometown digs had an impressive, expensive, brick tiered
            wall put up around them.

            Said individual might provide the time frame when all of this
            sudden increase of visible wealth happened to occur. It might
            be more revealing in the narrative, Because I don’t think that
            his increase in salary by being Speaker of the House would
            be enough to buy, say, a 40 foot sport fisher or similar.

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            • 2008 campaign Ryan was that humble man and I’d swear a true Republican.
              After 8 years under Obama surveillance I imagine that unless he’d somehow managed to avoid the ritual repayment to funding sources he likely provided plenty of fodder for anyone wanting to threaten him with questionable activity.

              As Boehner was getting increasingly soused, while simultaneously becoming an Obama derriere kisser, Boehner HAD had hopes of presidency. Then calls for Boehner to step down after throwing away any advantages and giving in to Obama over and over (note that it’s likely Obama surveillance had him in its crosshairs) became loud and Boehner worked out his scheme to ‘retire’ to cushy lobbyist or Chamber of Commerce job, while evidently successfully turning Ryan from his presidential dreams to the Secretary job…

              BUT what was notable was that he said the secretary job would be his last political job and hten he spouted the drivel about wanting to spend more time with family.

              Subsequent to THIS:
              The yacht
              The manse
              The fortress wall
              The job on FOX where he does NOT influence as a true conservative but as a never trumper

              A look in his eyes all too reminiscent of teh bleary hang dog look of Boehner.

              Within 4 years under Obama tryanny, Ryan made himself vulnerable…and succumbed to deep state and apparently it paid him very well.

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        • BitterC says:

          Sadly, you are right that Lyin Ryan probably faces no criminal liablities, but an argument could be made & should be made, he obstructed Congress. His sidelining Nunes on the fake ethics investigation was one of the most significant early moves to keep the coup going

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      • signfollies says:

        Hannity ate up so much of the segment running his mouth with another insufferable monologue that Gaetz got short schrift. The one guy who had the most to say had to make do with only a few seconds at the tail end, but he absolutely nailed it. Gaetz is a rising star and a hero in my book.

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        • Elle says:

          Why is it anytime someone mentions the word Sean or Hannity, sure as the sun rises in the East, we have to suffer through post after post of people noting he interrupts too much? It’s more disruptive to CTH threads than Hannity’s interrupting his own interviews. We get it. Spare us the interruptions about how he interrupts.

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        • deborah foster says:

          Well, Sean was trying very hard to butt in in that segment. If i do watch his show, I keep saying “shaddup Sean and let them speak will ya”.

          Liked by 4 people

          • Elle says:

            Sean’s show used to come on the radio when I drive, and say what you will about his style, the topics are touch on facts you won’t hear elsewhere. It’s like a garage sale in a rich neighborhood… good stuff in there if you don’t mind picking through it. He has to fill 3 hours. Much better than NPR which is essentially a consoling mommy voice using big boy words and big boy facts about foreign wars (with intermittent sound effects of foreign accents and babies crying) that lead you to understand that you are an expert in this topic. Funny thing, the conclusion to every problem is that the US is somehow responsible for those babies crying. Plus the soothing voice always adds in a few tsk tsks for those bumpkins who don’t agree because they are not informed like you are. Then cut to classical music to make you feel even more sophisticated! I find the format so obvious as to be funny to listen to

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        • Ajax says:

          He cut off Don, Jr the other night also, and gave others more time. Don, Jr had a lot to add and Hannity cut him off as he was adding more to the discussion. I’m thinking that Hannity made an enemy.

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      • Sentient says:

        Hannity is “chaff and countermeasures”, too. Nobody could really be that stupid.

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        • Doug Amos says:

          Headbanger! He lives in a mansion; how? On your ass! Where do you live?

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        • Kid Jupiter says:

          Hannity is an alcoholic with a lot of skeletons in his closet. His drink of choice is vodka with pineapple juice… He says all the right things, but he’s such a compromised buffoon that many people can’t get past the messenger to actually hear the message.

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          • kimosaabe says:

            Another example of running a person down in the mentally deficient ploy to make the utterer of the nonsense feel important/virtuous. It’s not just this Kid guy. A number of others go way off the cliff with their vitriol in order to inflate their self importance. To me, that is the disturbing part of the CTH comment forum. Instead of informed/analytical comments, we often get trash comments.

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            • annieoakley says:

              It happens on every comment forum. I try to ignore stuff that just doesn’t matter anymore.

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            • Tulips Moran says:

              Give me a break!

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            • Kid Jupiter says:

              You’re a prime example of a blind follower and non-critical thinker.

              I’ve worked in the Midtown area, near Trump Tower and Fox News, for several years. I post anonymously here to protect my employment in the leftist insane asylum of NYC.

              One of my good friends was a longtime bartender at Trump Tower, in the Trump Bar on the lobby level. He unfortunately had a few medical issues and passed away 2 years ago of a heart attack. I used to go have a few drinks a couple nights a week at Trump Tower and I was in the company of Hannity a few times because he would hang there during the campaign.

              The man likes to drink. Vodka Pineapple. Many of them.

              Now, I like to tip a few back myself. But I don’t have a national news program where I go on, talk over guests, repeat over and over about my FBI and CIA pins on my lapel and how the 99% of agents are decent, hardworking blah blah blah, and just make a fool of myself in the process.

              Image is EVERYTHING in the politics, media, and entertainment biz. Most people are superficial, they don’t really think too much – maybe because they’re just stupid, maybe because they’re too busy thinking about other, more immediate, pressing issues in their lives. BUT they vote. That’s why you could have an empty suit like Obama win two terms spouting complete bullshit that’s dangerous to the country: he had a great delivery and delivered the shit in a nice package. Chicks especially dug him because he was so nice, so suave, good looking. Meantime, he was the smiling face of the most corrupt administration in history. But he’s still alive and kicking and is basically going to carry Biden on his back until the election, just watch.

              Fox has a tremendous dropoff on weeknights from Tucker to Hannity. Tucker outclasses Hannity by orders of magnitude, such that it’s hard to even take Hannity seriously – although he’s discussing serious things. Good thing I have a mute button for him and the annoying and ubiquitous My Pillow guy, who’s basically funding Fox’s nightly news lineup, along with the ludicrous Noah’s Ark theme park, which also give our political enemies plenty of ammunition with which they can turn off younger people to our message. There is nothing ‘cool’ about Noah’s Ark, I’m sorry.

              Anyhow, now you can blast me, attack my credibility, call me a liar – have at it. But maybe other people are reading, believe me, and can understand what I’m trying to say.

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              • margarite1 says:

                Nevermind – I just read your comment about how you know this.

                Liked by 1 person

              • robindranoth says:

                Hannity has always been a bloviator. He likes hearing himself talk. I am just thankful Trey the snake was exposed.. Kudo’s to Matt for letting it rip..

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                • Moses says:

                  I’ve known Gowdy and his SC buddies Lindsey and Nicky are caught up in this just as Jason Chaffetz, Paul Ryan, Mitch, mitt- For over a year , the list of sellouts is long and known- the fact that Hannity buries much of important message with his own BS thoughts – ie:we should abolish the CIA and FBI then possibly start over- not 99% of agents are good- The FBI has been a seriously corrupt political weapon since it’s inception. Not sure why so many won’t let the masses of asses in on it? I too grew up in Queens- don’t trust hannity at all anymore

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              • kimosaabe says:

                Here is your psychosis…thinking you are exceptionally special and all who don’t bow down to your babble are inferior…and I quote from the very beginning to your disjointed diatribe: “You’re a prime example of a blind follower and non-critical thinker.“. Dude…you’re a legend in your own mind, only. #GetAClue #BeBetter

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                • Kid Jupiter says:

                  I’m not going to get into a flame war with you here. You obviously have issues, and I have too much respect for Sundance to engage any further with you. I’d block you if I could.

                  Have a nice day.

                  #GetAClue
                  #BeBetter

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          • margarite1 says:

            Vodka and pineapple juice? UGH! But how do you know this?

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      • That was a wonderful Gaetz segment (thanks for filtering “Hamity”, I either don’t watch him or watch with mute on for just such segments). Of course Tictock is concerned, a number of his prime guests and now colleagues at Fox have been exposed on air. It also casts another shadow on his judgement, if a list of failed predictions were not enough.

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        • Contrarymary says:

          I’ve not had any respect for Hannity, judge Jeanine or Laura in graham since their hit job on the honorable judge Roy Moore. When the communist democrat operative, Gloria Allred trots out those bimbos, at the last minute, to make accusations, those 3 did McConnells bidding by calling these women and their accusations “credible”. Gloria Allred has always been a sleaze and nothing she’s ever done is credible,
          Judge Roy Moore is a Bible believing constitutionalist, which we need in the senate, but the rnc can’t be havin that, so they destroyed him and gave the seat to the dems.

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          • Vicus says:

            Don’t forget Allred came out with a yearbook; Roy Moore’s signature being forged. And they all still continued with Moore being “credibly accused”.

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      • Suzy says:

        Ryan’s wife is a Democrat from a very political family, related by marriage to the former US Senator David Boren from Oklahoma. Steeped in Democratic politics.

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      • dwinslowa says:

        I watched and was applauding! Hannity couldn’t get Matt off quickly enough? Wonder why?
        Matt is and was 100% spot on. We had the house and the Senate and should have gone full speed ahead with an investigation. I am grateful Matt didn’t let the music over take his comments!

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        • Mr. Morris says:

          Thanks for bringing the sunlight Congressman Gaetz. There appears to be a whole lot of sunlight beaming into our lives now. Thank you Ambassador Rick Grenell too.
          Some people are going to be headed for the tall grass as more and more information is released.
          The Obama administration whose policies and ugly actions seem to be based on Barack’s admiration for his Communist father are slowly being revealed.
          The fake news oozing hate for everyday Americans, particularly those who voted for President Trump, will get a comeuppence for their treachery.

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    • dufrst says:

      God I hope so! I stand corrected on Gowdy. A thief, along with Paul snake Ryan! They purposely loss the House majority with their retirements in 2018 to spite Trump and see if Dems could get him removed from office. Trump has indeed drained the Swamp. First of the NeverTrump in the House in 2018 and hopefully of the Dems in 2020!

      If Trump can accomplish that, he goes down in history as the greatest president since Lincoln. He brings back the American economy to pre-China virus levels and decouples from China and completes his trade agenda and fully secured our borders, then he’s the GOAT! MAGA! TBYC (the best is yet to come)!

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      • Garrison Hall says:

        Don’t leave out Jeff Sessions (who’d now trying to convince his constituents that he’s really, really, really a conservative who really, really, going to shake up Washington politics if only they’ll give him is old Senate seat back. Sundance nailed guys like this several years ago—they are the UniParty. They’re perfectly happy to have progressives in control of government because they know they’ll just slide into their “loyal opposition” role and keep their cushy elected official job. Gowdy retired on a big, fat , government retirement salary. I think he retired because the corruption he was required to support—and did support—was so disgusting he just got to the point where he couldn’t stand himself. The only way to get out of that mess was to retire. So he did.

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        • richard verney says:

          I would like to think that Gowdy was that good; at least he has that level of moral fortitude, becuase he is one of the few that impressed me with his questioning (on mosty occassions, not all).

          Once he retired, I have always been concerned by his stance that we should not expect the wrongdoers to be indicted or serve jail time, and that we should lower our expectations. I can understand him being cynical, as to whether a partisan DC jury would convict, but it is not sufficient simply to dismiss the wrongdoers, and let them find private lucrative paydays (such as TV pundits,book deals and after dinner speeches etc). Even if a jury is biased, and will not convict, the punishment is in the process; it will cost the wrongdoers millions, possibly bankrupting them.

          One should always aspire for justice to be brought, if one believes in the rule of law, and equal application of the law to all.

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          • coolmamie says:

            Gowdy is the one, in all the newly released Russia transcripts who asks the clearly asks the important question: Did you ever find any evidence of Trump-Russia impropriety? He was masterful at getting them on record. HOWEVER, and this may be true of Barr as well, Gowdy was probably truly appalled at the behavior of the deep staters and the stain they put on the alphabet agencies, but he may ALSO want Trump gone. The two things are not mutually exclusive.

            That is why these investigations are a day late and a dollar short. They want the cleanup, but they also want Trump gone. The big problem is that there is no way to get rid of Trump without the Dems taking control.

            MAGA

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            • TPW says:

              One small problem with your analysis of Gowdy……on Martha M. show last year ..he was asked about opening back up the investigation of Hillary …wish I could post here….but he was definitely against …..was all in with the scum on the left.

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              • Deplorable_Infidel says:

                “Gowdy……on Martha M. show”

                I distinctly remember him saying as a little sidenote (but it was on her show two summers ago, not last year), paraphrasing here, “that if the Clinton foundation were ever FULLY investigated, about half of Washington would be in jail. And not just Democrats”.

                I missed the first part of the segment, so I cannot recall the topic that evening.

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            • robindranoth says:

              Gowdy is nothig but a Lyndsey Graham lite in my opinion,. He maybe a wee bit smarter than Lyndsey, but both of them are of the ilk of McCain.

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            • Issy says:

              They knew what the fbi was doing was bogus. We knew and didn’t have half the information they did. Gowdy went with Nunes to the doj and got to see the unredacted reports. Yet he said the fbi was doing what every American would want them to do.

              Really?? We wanted them to entrap an American Patriot, General Flynn and cast a shadow over Trump’s Presidency? We wanted them to abuse the fisc process and spy on who knows how many American citizens? Then harass, prosecute and put some in jail for basically process crimes.

              Gowdy knew what Comey and then Mueller and his thug prosecutors were about and said nothing. Nunes is an American hero for standing up to corruption. There were a few others but Gowdy was MIA.

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          • Mike says:

            All political crimes need a change of venue out of DC, much like this outdide 5 DOJ FISA review. Any DOJ or AG that says they can’t docthis is a liar. They have a 95% conviction rate. If they bring Treason charges the coup plotters hang, and that is why they will politically deny the evidence and the power they have unless forced to do otherwise.

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        • Chris says:

          Gowdy has bigger plans. I think he will be representing some of his fellow Never-Trumpers; if and when charges are filed. He knows everything.

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        • WRB says:

          Don’t leave out Jeff Sessions

          There is a chance that Sessions is not a swamp creature per se, but just a huge coward, mixed with incompetence. Apparently he was under investigation by the cabal, so he made it his job to keep Rod Rosenstein happy.

          Anyway, Jeff will not get his Senate seat back, for the good reason that he does not deserve it.

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        • Mary says:

          If these guys committed Treason, all their pension, benefits need to be stopped.

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        • Braveheart says:

          I’ve been wondering lately what about the outcome if Christie was made AG instead of Sessions.

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          • Issy says:

            I thought he would be good. He has his issues, but I don’t think he would have rolled over and played dead like Sessions. There wouldn’t have been a special prosecutor and that would have spared us a great deal of anguish.

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          • Yy4u says:

            Christie would have been a wonderful AG. Unfortunately years agom as a gov atty, Christie put Jared Kushner’s father in jail and there is no way Kushner would forgive him that and Kushner is family. Sad for Christie. No way go turn back time. The die was cast years ago.
            Sad for us and Trump. Christie would make a great FBI director. But no doubt Kushner would block that too

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        • Dwayne Diesel says:

          Or, you could say he is similar to a criminal that is part of a criminal enterprise that realizes this is going to get exposed, and rather than stick around providing cover to a sinking ship, he retires. In this fashion, Ryan and Gowdy hope they got out early enough to prevent themselves from also going down. Except, just like with the criminal enterprise criminals, Ryan and Gowdy forgot their fingerprints are all over the place.

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        • Issy says:

          You’re right about Sessions. I don’t know if your reasoning on Gowdy’s retirement is correct or not, but it’s possible.

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    • EHJ says:

      I’ve thought all along that the special council was set up to 1) cover their tracks until the 2018 midterms and 2) entrap someone from the Trump campaign with anything they could in order to get them to read a scripted confession in exchange for dropping charges. The whole
      collusion narrative was obviously fake, but the deep state had the votes for impeachment in the Senate. And not because of blackmail or leverage. Because the senators of the Uniparty hate us and Trump for fighting for us. The senators needed cover to vote yes and Mueller was supposed to provide that. Also, the psyop qanon was designed to cause complacency so the dems could steal the 2018 midterms so the House could start the impeachment. Bar shut down the SC though so the Senate didn’t have the political cover to vote yes on the flimsy “whistleblower” complaint they threw together at the last minute. And I think Trump was on to their game. So was Flynn. And Stone and Manafort and Papadopoulos… they didn’t roll over on Trump. Stone and Manafort have been around the block in the dirty politics of DC. They probably knew if they read the script they would be Epsteined shortly thereafter. Papadopoulos’ actions make me think he was bait and Trump was fishing. That’s just me spitballing.

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      • The Phantom Stranger says:

        The Deep State was never going to allow the Senate to vote Trump out of office. That would blow up the Republican Party, possibly for good. In that scenario, Republicans likely permanently fracture into two or more smaller parties.

        The two-party system is a key element in maintaining political control over the United States. They’ve already spent decades gaming the system under current conditions, ensuring they control enough members on both sides to maintain the status quo. Blowing up the Republican Party introduces too many unpredictable variables in their planning.

        What Sundance refers to as the UniParty is real in that sense. That is why so much of Washington politics seems like pro wrestling.

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    • jwmson says:

      Haley, Blackburn, Chaffetz, Lamar, Sasse, McConnell, Boehner, (Benghazi-NOTHING, nothing but theater, hot air, tough talk). IF NOT for Sidney Powell these same frauds along with the alphabet agencies would have locked up Flynn for life. ONE Party in DC & it does not serve, represent We The People. Trump best get immigration, DACA, Oversees VISAs (replacing IT, high-tech, Amn workers) under control & STOP listening to Jared, Mulvaney & Mnuchin. We ain’t stupid POTUS. Big announce, stopping immigration & in the back door thousands come from EXCLUSIONS..

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      • Silver Sunday says:

        “Benghazi-NOTHING, nothing but theater, hot air, tough talk”. Abso-f_cking-lutely!!!!!
        This is what I see all the time. Big talk, tough talk, we have the facts – then nothing, nada, zilch. No actual action. Why?
        We criticize Clapper and Brennen and Farkas Schit ff, for going on TV saying WE HAVE EVIDENCE OF COLLUSION, TRUMP IS A PUTIN PUPPET – under oath? Meh, not so much.
        Here for us, the same thing especially that Lindsay Graham!! I could just spit.
        Benghazi should have been a burning rage tearing through Hillary Clinton and all those (OBAMA) who mishandled and ignored the writing on the wall. A burning rage satisfied by JUSTICE for F-cks sake!!!!!!!
        Perhaps there will be other like Goetz who will begin to bring hammers to the nails.
        I pray for that.

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    • jwmson says:

      Haley, Blackburn, Chaffetz, Lamar, Sasse, McConnell, Boehner, (Benghazi-NOTHING, nothing but theater, hot air, tough talk). IF NOT for Sidney Powell these same frauds along with the alphabet agencies would have locked up Flynn for life. ONE Party in DC & it does not serve, represent We The People. Trump best get immigration, DACA, Oversees VISAs (replacing IT, high-tech, Amn workers) under control & STOP listening to Jared, Mulvaney & Mnuchin. We ain’t stupid POTUS. Big announce, stopping immigration & in the back door thousands come from EXCLUSIONS..

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        UNIPARTY. The D&R designations are a marketing ploy. We are totally compromised and sold out by these globalist politicians who are becoming billionaires on our backs, swimming in dark money. Crypto currency and off shore accounts.

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      • Mr.Morris says:

        Please exclude Senator Marsha Blackburn from your criticism. She is one of the good people. It was her predessesor, the former mayor of Chattanooga, who was an absolute phony.

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        • Issy says:

          Yes, Blackburn is an improvement over Bob Corker, but she’s in the exclusive club now and will do pretty much what is allowed by McConnell. Something seems to happen to them when they get in the Senate.

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    • nckhawk says:

      Wasn’t Gowdy supposed to join the WH legal team a while back? For some reason, that never came to fruition and I’m wondering if PDJT put some vetting into motion to figure out the true spots / stripes.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      They’re not just Never Trumpers. They’re Never Trumpers bc they are all involved in se way in the ratlines running in this country. That’s the real problem.

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    • Leonard Hoy says:

      OK. I read the thread. The high number of permutations possible given the high number of variables seems limitless. I walk away from discussions like this with a) a sense of shared rage seeking an appropriate target amongst b) an incredible number of participants.

      I feel like a cult member saying this, but the only steady compass point I have is Trump. This statement reflects not so much my belief in Trump’s moral excellence and infinite political wisdom as it does the marinated-in-WeaselSpeak cast that surrounds him in DC.

      Neither the Roman Republic in decay nor Jerusalem in the days of Israel’s divided monarchy hold a candle to America in 2020. Even righteous Josiah in ancient Jerusalem couldn’t secure lasting righteousness for corrupt Judah. How can Trump in corrupt America?

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      • Eileen McRae says:

        I agree. Trump is the only “compass point” that has remained steady during his administration. He is surrounded by a sea of spineless critters, many of whom do NOT have the good of America at heart. He extends his trust to so many, only to be betrayed by those he considered “above reproach”!

        Trump is but ONE man rising from the morass to fulfill those famous words of the Constitution “WE THE PEOPLE”!

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      • AceODale says:

        I’ve felt the same way, Hoy. Trump may be our Josiah. And once he leaves Office, I fear we’ll go down hill really fast.

        Fortunately, God is, and always will be, ultimately in control.

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        • Issy says:

          I look upon the event of Trump as God’s Grace giving us an opportunity to restore some moral decency to our corrupt government. We either take advantage of it and make the necessary changes or continue the downward spiral of the U.S. as a nation.

          It’s really up to the people how we go forward. For all those who sit back and wait for Trump to fix everything, get involved in the local party. That’s where it all starts. Don’t allow corrupt party hacks to choose the candidates. The apathy of the people is the reason we’re in this mess.

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      • ballgame17 says:

        It is already written . Without an awakening (violent revolution) this democratic Republic will quickly move to a democracy which will manifestly evolve into socialism.

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    • Janus says:

      Before this virus scare, I would have agreed that we were in great shape. Now, not so sure. But you are correct, at LEAST half the Republican Senate are NeverTrumpers and a sizable contingent in the House are likewise not on the Team.

      Should Trump be re-elected (God willing) he should have TWO priorities (besides getting the economy going again); a radical reform of the federal bureaucracy (employees), and exerting maximum influence in making the Republican party loyal to the people who vote for them.And that means excommunicating the RINOs and Uniparty types.

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    • Paul from Canuskistan says:

      Officially a Matt Gaetz fan…great to see Roosterhead called out.
      Anyone paying attention knows it is long overdue

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    • goldvalkyrie says:

      Ryan is now on the board of Fox News.

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    • Dr Sterling Colgate says:

      The rest are dual passport zionists are adrenochrome drinking pedophiles.

      . Our elected officials..creme of the crop!?

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  2. jx says:

    “sunlight grenade” – hahaha! Love it!

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  3. Chance the Gardner says:

    Paul Ryan sits on the board at Fox News. I think he should be easy to find for an interview. Interesting how the deep state put McAbe and clapper at CNN and Brennan at MSNBC. Do you think they may have inserted a bad actor from the gang of eight into fox?

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    • signfollies says:

      The Deep State has agents positioned as news editors, anchors and reporters throughout the major media. They don’t leave reporting the news to chance lest someone actually tell the truth. Paul Ryan is at Fox Snooze to ensure they don’t stray too far off the reservation.

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      • littleanniesfannie says:

        The incestuous relationship that exists between Democrats and the “media” is mind boggling. Most CNN, MSNBC, NBC, ABC and CBS viewers are even unwilling to do any research on this incest. You cannot see that which you are not willing to look at or for!

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        • Silver Sunday says:

          Just a skim through Levin’s Unfreedom of the Press would cause any honest person to no longer trust anything that comes from those places. Verify, verify, verify each and everything you hear/read. Unfortunately, who has the time to dig into everything with the rapid pace that things come at us?

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          • Eileen McRae says:

            That is why we leave it to steadfast loyal soldiers like Levin, Jim Hoft, Sundance, and a few others to verify for us.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Gavin McInnes did a takedown of people at Fox when he left. He said it was like a morgue when Trump won, everyone sad that Hillary had lost.

      Fox is just the conservative branding for the mockingbird propaganda machine. There’s a couple decent people thrown in like Tucker, Dobbs, Bartiromo thrown in for cover but that’s it.

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      • Joey Bagadonuts says:

        I concur with your assessment JJ.
        I haven’t watched Fox since Bolling left.
        Occasionally I’ll watch Lou and Tucker.

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        • darose5308 says:

          For what it’s worth at 8pm esdt you can watch OANN’s Graham Ledger and 9pm instead of Sean you can watch the beautiful & brilliant Liz Wheeler. Go to “watchnewslive.tv” & view for nada

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          • BitterC says:

            No reason to leave Tucker. He is the best of the bunch. He isn’t an hour of Trump, Trump, Trump. He exposes the many other things we should be talking about

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      • Elle says:

        The entire purpose of Fox News is to control the narrative when the voice of Captain Obvious can now longer be ignored or drowned out on CNN, Buzzfeed, etc.

        To make it work, they have some very good people on FOX (like loss leaders bring you in to the store to save $20 bucks and spend $100). Fox network sets the narrative which is always like this: Some people say that Trump is a Russian agent orange man bad. Our panel is here to discuss this idea. So tell me Megan , is Trump is a misogynist buffoon?

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  4. Pale rider says:

    Why is Hannity trying to cut him off? Hmmm! Not that it changes my mind on Hannity but does explain his ”tic tock” bullcrap that goes no where.
    Who questions Ms. Lindsey Graham with the hard questions? Not Hannity. They are everywhere.

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    • Deb says:

      Paul Ryan is on the board at Fox. Hannity is a patriot, but as long as Fox pays the bills there are certain things he’s expected to do.

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      • Pale rider says:

        It’s time! time to say “no” and do the right thing, even prissy talking heads.
        What’s more important, ratings, money, or America?
        America would put Hannity on a pedestal for that. In times past that option wasn’t there, now we need people to tell the truth.

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        • RJ says:

          Anybody remember Bill O’Reilly? Tucker Carlson has blown way past ole Bill. Hannity should keep that in mind as he goes about saying 99% of the agents in the FBI are great, hard working, loyal patriots.

          With duplicitous Paul Ryan on the Fox News board, with Trey Gowdy showing up using that Southern Gentleman “Yes Ma’am” line…how many viewers would change channels as fast as Obama’s lips lie for a “real” conservative network?

          I define a conservative as someone who wants to keep something, while a liberal is someone who wants something (see Eric Hoffer’s writings). If one wants to see the best in “passive aggressive” behavior, look no further than Washington, DC politics.

          Deception, to deceive…lying, you get the point. Where do the pros go to practice such a craft? How does one spot such a person?

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          • Pale rider says:

            Very good post RJ, points that are excellent, brief and true. “Yes ma’am” line my favorite.

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          • X XYZ says:

            They usually majored in Political Science in college (politics is now a “science”) and then went to law school. It’s no coincidence that the word “lawyer” sounds like “liar”.

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      • jwmson says:

        May want to rethink Hannity. You may be disappointed!

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        • mayflowerchild says:

          But, he does wear an FBI pin for the 99.9999999999999% of honest, hard-working agents. AND, his father was a policeman AND his mother was a prison guard.

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      • robindranoth says:

        Hannity may be a patriot, but he is one of the most annoying bloviators I have ever heard.

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      • The Phantom Stranger says:

        That is what people have to understand about Hannity and his Fox News show. Fox dropped O’Reilly without a second thought once his program started skewing more and more conservative (not to mention name-dropping George Soros’s name on air).

        Hannity would lose that platform if he started dropping the bombs everyone here would like on the air. Fox has shown they will drop any conservative news host the minute they go one inch outside the lines. Hannity would already be dropped if Fox wasn’t afraid he’d run off and start his own conservative news channel. I’m sure Hannity knows this on some level.

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    • Rhi says:

      Yup, Pawn Vanity just got through kissing Gowdy’s ass and the next segment Gaetz rips him a new one! Ok Gaetz, you bought yourself some good graces since your stupid voting with Nanzi.

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      • TeaForAll says:

        Loved it Mat Getz took him to the shed
        Hannity better get his act together, Ever notice when mark Levine is on , Hannity never interrupts him……..

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        • icthematrix says:

          Levine is brilliant. Hannity knows it. Sean also knows he is not very bright, and defers to Levine versus sounding his usual bullet points.

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        • Matt is a great advocate for us and he did great last night. Sometimes tho, Matt can be young and foolish, and even reckless at times. I pray that God will temper his judgment, because we need him.

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          • Joemama says:

            I second that prayer,

            May God temper Matt Gaetz’s judgement and provide him with wisdom and the courage to do what is right.

            Amen.

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      • mayflowerchild says:

        Best segment I’ve ever seen on Hannity !

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    • Chump Change says:

      Maria Baritromo handed Lindsay his ass the other night.

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    • whoseyore says:

      Maria Bartiromo

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    • signfollies says:

      The segment was running out of time because Hannity had used up so much time with another monologue. Gaetz got left with garbage time, but made the most of it.

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    • johnnybiface says:

      What did Hannity mean when blurted out incoherently to gaetz ‘you made a mistake’ at the 47 second mark of the Gaetz complaint that Ryan and Gowdy prevented the ‘good’ guys, Meadows, Nunes, Jordan, Gaetz getting subpeonas on the rats Ryan and Gowdy were protecting that could have prevented this national coup against the President and us, the Good USA.

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    • BitterC says:

      Why is everyone saying Hannity tried to cut him off? Just went back and re-listened. It was Gaetz first shot at Gowdy that would have gotten Hannity sputtering, but he sat quietly until Gaetz threw his 2nd punch about subpoenas and all he did was mumble “they made a mistake”.

      Gaetz got his message out uninterrupted

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      • Pale rider says:

        The music was playing as soon as he started to go after roosterhead. It’s not so much hat he does it’s what they all don’t do. Kinda like Sessions.
        Watch Gowdy’s reaction when Elise goes after Comey. That is where Gowdy shows loyalties, of course MHO.

        When you go after someone like Stefanik does or Maria B. It becomes obvious the others are running cover.

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        • ann says:

          I knew NOTHING Comey said was worth a damn & so did Congress.

          It’s a pretense of what we expect: , an empty performance of just going through the motions. I say this because NOTHING effective is ever done that has actually limit Ed their operational authority, .

          Ex. DoJ says “Sorry FIS Court; we promise to scrub all our illgotten data & change our ways.”

          Soo, we are expected to tbelieve them cause they say so?

          No.
          A reasoned conclusion grounded in past & continued performance, .

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  5. LCPUSA says:

    The 3 amigos indeed. Marco rushed to defend the dirty fbi every time Trump mentioned them.

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  6. distracted2 says:

    Why isn’t the former Governor of Indiana pictured? Are we to believe that Romney, Ryan, Rubio, Walker, Haley and Graham didn’t include the former governor in their nefarious dealings – the person that was closest to Trump? Sure makes me wonder.

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    • distracted2 says:

      I forgot to include Gowdy and McCain.

      Romney, Ryan, Walker and Pence were joined at the hip. Just saying.

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    • whoseyore says:

      Yes I have always said that Pence is Deep State. Just watch him when our president speaks. He is in agony and is always looking off into the distance like he is running evil thoughts through his head about our president. Even in meetings in the oval office when they are sitting around on chairs and sofas.

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      • Kaco says:

        I really try to think Pence is a good man, since he is a Christian. But he talks and acts so affectedly. Like a televangelist. He acts too much like he’s in a role, it doesn’t come across as sincere. If he really is God fearing, he’d best make sure to clean up his act.

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        • noswamp says:

          I have noticed that about Pence as well. Not very convincing. He will not run in 2024.

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          • Jenevive says:

            Pence is smooth the polished Politician..And it is starkly more
            noticable when next to POTUS. I wonder if there is a reason
            POTUS put Pence in charge of the Pandemic , I havent heard much
            criticizum of Pence in all this.. All the Gov talk highly of thier interactions
            with Pence. I don;t know what to think of him.. He is definitely the polar
            opposite of POTUS..and I don;t know what to think of SLOTUS..She doesn;t
            seem overly friendly..

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            • WhiteBoard says:

              to translate to the coup govs.. that they have lost.. and Pence will now demonstrate that by pure submission and slavery work to PDJT.

              SYMBOLIC

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            • CountryDoc says:

              Pence’s young chief of staff, Nick Ayers the dynamo, is the one moving and shaking things for him. Nick is being groomed for something great, or has aspirations of his own. Pence is a figurehead, told to sit on the pedestal to take up his time and keep him out of trouble. At the COVID briefings, POTUS praised pence, but whenever it got dicey, he took the mic.

              That is my gut impression, based on very little facts that I can cite. Pence may be a sincere Christian, but if he is, he’s a wimp. Otherwise hes just a CHRINO (Christian in Name only).

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        • Chris says:

          Pence is Dan Quale 2.0

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          • Dwayne Diesel says:

            I spit out my coffee at this comment. I was a kid at that point in time but the imagery of Pence being Quale 2.0 took me back to then…..it’s spot on.

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          • robindranoth says:

            That was my thought 3 posts before I read yours. Pence could be more dangerous than Quail though, because some evangelicals are decieved by the anyone who says they’re a Christian, must be a good guy ethos, and that’s troubling. Nancy Pelosi, for instance…..

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          • BitterC says:

            Sigh. Another leftwing hit job and you promote it?

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            • Matgroidman says:

              You everyone-is-a-deep-state-conspirator types should check out Pence’s record a member of Congress. Get a grip.

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        • Pale rider says:

          Thing is how do you reconcile ‘christian’ and ‘politician’. I’m with you, I want to believe but that issue is huge.
          Politics is extremely ugly and to remain for any time means something. The very few I personally know, say being in the midst of the politicians and lobbyists is just slimy, Shaking hands and such. I would assume after a while you would loose that feeling or warning and embrace it. But, I don’t know the mans heart.

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        • whoseyore says:

          Amen! Totally agree, Kaco. It does all appear to be an act.

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    • rororojo says:

      Anyone that trusts Pence is a fool.

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      • johnnyfandango says:

        Totally agree, he brings nothing to the table. It was Pence working with Ryan to push Healthcare in the first year. It was poorly planned and executed. It wasted time, energy and resources away from Trump as he was being set up. Pence couldn’t twist any Congressional arms. He threw Flynn under the bus.

        From this day forward can’t the Republican’s take every action and word from the Demoncrats as a hostile act that has been planned and coordinated. You’d think the right would have learned our lessons. The left are evil. Everything is a set-up.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      THANK YOU.

      Pence is dirty. All along he’s been there to sabotage Trump and ready to take his place when they took Trump out however they could manage to get rid of him. It is written all over his wife’s face at every event they attend together. Go back and just watch videos of the Pence’s & Trump’s together at almost anything and just watch Karen Pence’s face. It’s all over her face.

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  7. arsumbris says:

    You had to be brain-dead this entire time if you believed that Gowdy was “our guy”, while he sat on his rear and did nothing. While he had power, but hid behind “rules” and “bipartisanship”. All those Republicans that jumped ship after promising America heads would roll were Deep State shills, telling us what we wanted to hear, running the clock down until the next election.

    Lindsey Graham is just as involved in this as McCain was. So is McConnel, and everyone else who gets on TV and talks tough, but does nothing. It wasn’t just Democrats running this coup, it was the Republican leadership. It wasn’t just “the bad apples at the top” of the FBI, it was the “glorious” rank-and-file.

    They knew, but did nothing. They KNEW, but did nothing.

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    • Scott Clymer says:

      The impeachment trial was in McConnel’s hands. If McConnel was DS, Pence would be POTUS right now.

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      • arsumbris says:

        Mitch the Turtle’s is married to a high-ranking member of the CCP. If that fact alone wasn’t enough to make him compromised, tell me what exactly has the senate done absolutely nothing to fight the Deep State.

        Good book, pick up a copy, learn all about Mitch’s wife and her family in China.

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    • Elizabeth Raynor Short says:

      Exactly. Gowdy and Benghazi-He wrote an 800 page report that the stenographer could have written from his notes. No findings or conclusions – both standard in such documents. Held press conference about the report at which time he boasted Hitlery wasn’t mentioned 1 time. I’ve been onto Rooster Head ever since his meaningless grandstanding at the Benghazi hearings. He disgusts me.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        That’s when I realized what he was up to and it’s unforgivable.

        It’s a shame we can’t let Chris Tonto Paronto be the one who divvies put punishments for these people regarding Benghazi.

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      • USARose says:

        I believe the fact Hillary had a private server was one good thing that came out of the hearings. Gowdy is swamp so he must regret that happening.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      They knew and they played their parts, not just did nothing.

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  8. WSB says:

    Ryan is not letting up. He is STILL taunting our President.

    Ryan has a LOT to hide.

    https://www.newser.com/story/272466/paul-ryan-has-warning-for-trump-on-2020.html

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  9. Great job by Gaetz.

    How’s Tray (sic) going to respond? “Well, we’ll, um, I retried from Congress because…”

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  10. JimFromNH says:

    Kind of a rogues gallery this CTH group of 3 plus 5…
    All 8 fall into the ‘woulda shoulda’ category of a highly-touted Republican bench circa-2011 Spring training.
    Unfortunately the top-3 seemed to suffer a bit from Attention Deficit Disorder, & couldn’t be counted on to follow PDJT even when a good-road ahead looked obvious.

    The bottom 5 favored a lilliputian strategy of ‘strongly-worded letters’ to cudgel their opponents.
    I think they all got rolled by the Democrats more than once.
    Looks like Paul Ryan played the part of the Ninth Guest.

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  11. Minority of One says:

    Gaetz may have semi-redeemed himself for his backstabbing vote in support of the Iran war powers resolution by outing the treacherous Gowdy. Hannity clearly cut him off before he was finished.

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  12. noswamp says:

    Now I know why both of them left politics! Almost at the same time. And why both of them are now at Fox News, with Brazille!

    Neocons at Fox News? No. More like Trojan Horses.

    Getz just woke thousands of people up.

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  13. Mike in a Truck says:

    Fox,MSNBC,CNN,CBS,ABC,NBC,MOUSE….ALL Whores of the CCP. I’d like to see President Trump pivot away from these whores,maybe start using OANN more,and other non MSM outfits. Why give those whores any publicity.

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    • RePete says:

      Agreed. I can’t remember Obama ever speaking to the media or answering questions off-script. Trump doesn’t have to either, right? So why even deal with that Acosta guy? Or those other media clown-holes? Why even call on them for questions? Why not just ignore them? Where is OAN in all of this? Why can’t us Americans have media present, only the globalists get to ask questions? I made a bet last year that Fox would replace CNN in our airports before Trump leaves office. I’ve come to the realization that all mainstream media is crafted and created by the State, with purpose. Just look who they employ. The parts that concern me most are the emotional and physiological effects much of this fake “news” carries. Our fraudcasting networks have been yelling fire in a crowded theater for more than three years. People have been hurt from these lies. I was always under the impression there were limits on our 1st Amendment protections.

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      • annieoakley says:

        It really is the only way the President can counter the cabal lined up against him personally. The hate they show is personal. It is in DC and surrounding DC just the millennial groupthink like they are all Lisa Pages.

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      • RobInPA says:

        RePeat,

        You are correct. This video and other’s similar to it have been posted here before –

        R

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  14. crikey9 says:

    John Boehner =Paul Ryan= Mccarthy…..this is all an ancestral tree of despicable toadying to the globalists….we are so poorly served by these dupicitous bxxxxxds. And get ready they are Planning to lose the Senate….watch the state races and what Mitch McConnell is NOT doing just like Paul Ryan ceded the House to the Dems. This issue is ripe for a Sundance article

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Yes, I believe you are correct. They’ll make the way for a second impeachment which is they’re next backup plan to get rid of Trump.

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    • Linda K. says:

      I think they tried to lose the Senate last time, but with another Supreme Court nomination coming up, and more judges to appoint, I hope you are incorrect and Trump keeps control. 38 Republicans resigned before the midterms last election…so the dems won back the House.
      I wish I knew why they would do so. Some of them hate Trump and his agenda, I don’t see Gowdy as one of those, but he did choose the other side.
      Matt Gaetz redeems himself for voting against Trump on the war powers act, with this bit of sunlight.

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  15. spmi says:

    Why in the hell is Gowdy suddenly all over the TV.
    He would rant and rave at the bad guys
    Then make sure that nothing was done as a result.
    He is an out and out Traitor. Of course his arrogance knows no bounds.
    Despicable.
    JIM better not be within 100feet of this treasoness Squirrel if he wants votes.

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    • BitterC says:

      Gowdy is being rolled out for damage control & to tamp down expectations that the perps will be prosecuted.

      Like him or not, he has a fine legal mind. He delighted many of us with his laser like questions over the yrs at Congressional hearings. He is still well thought of and respected by many. The perfect messenger for the Globalists

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  16. Issy says:

    I can’t believe it, someone in The Club with guts enough to call out the obvious. Good for Matt Gaetz. He may lose his gym privileges though.

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  17. jwmson says:

    Oh, knock me over with a feather. So shocked! WHO didn’t know? Add McCain, McConnell and any other Republican on Capitol Hill. GOP
    OWNED a Congress & NEVER USED ANY POWER!

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      The people on The_Donald subreddit didn’t know.

      I think that sub was used by the DS to propagandize first their plants. The popular meme for awhile was Rowdy Gowdy as savior. Then the Saint Mattis memes. It’s infiltrated as a man influence operation seeming to be grass roots support for these DS scum.

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  18. TigerBear says:

    Bravo Matt, Tell it like it is!!

    Basically Matt just confirmed what many of us already knew, but confirmation of a suspicion is always welcome. Now it’s truth and fact rather than just suspicion. 😁

    I’ve been a bit peeved with Matt over his Iran vote. By the time congress could act should Iran make more moves against us…..many of our soldiers would/could be dead.

    THANK YOU Sundance for all that you do!! 👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽😎

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  19. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    WE FAILED in 2018! We let the Dems take control of the House. Ryan was out already, he would not have been Speaker any more.

    We cannot fail again everyone. It’s not enough to re-elect Trump. We MUST give him the House and Senate majorities. Majorities are more important than your individual candidates.

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    • hokkoda says:

      Ryan led a surrender. Ryan’s goal was to throw the House in order to impeach Trump. It was the best illustration ever that NeverTrump Repubs like Paul Ryan and raging leftists like Pelosi are on the same team.

      Our job is to win those seats back so we can have a Congress that represents us, not selling us out to China and erasing our citizenship which is Ryan’s goal.

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    • Deception Stinks says:

      NO we did NOT fail, Super elite. Arizona had Republicans who WON. However, our ‘criminal’ LEFT-leaning County Recorder had a different agenda. Not only did he set up ‘SPECIAL VOTING SITES’ in illegal alien communities, “ballot harvesting” was reported by numerous witnesses. After days and w/some candidates … voila Democrats became the winners. We are a “purple” state because of cheating. And now we’re desperately trying not to have another ‘flipped’ election. Judicial Watch has its hands full as VOTER FRAUD is rampant throughout the country. And Democrats don’t have a lick of shame.

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      • Joemama says:

        DS –
        You are exactly correct. CA is likely still largely conservative, but the cultural marxists have taken over the vote counting and passed several measures to ensure that they can falsify pretty much any election in the state.

        They gave illegal aliens the right to get driver’s licenses in CA, then they set they DMV system up to give anyone that gets a drivers license to be signed up for voting. When you apply for a drivers license as an illegal alien, you are asked if you are in the country illegally. Of course, the illegal aliens answer that they are here legally. When they check the box that they are in the US legally, they are automatically signed up to vote.

        Warning to CTH’ers in all other states. DO NOT LET THE DEMOCRATS ALLOW ILLEGALS TO GET DRIVERS LICENSES IN YOUR STATE. IF THEY MANAGE TO PASS THAT LAW, DO NOT ALLOW “MOTOR VOTER” LAWS TO PASS.

        This is how the democrat socialists plan to destroy America.

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  20. mayflowerchild says:

    That segment was pure AWESOME !!!

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  21. mayflowerchild says:

    Is it too late to put Sidney Powell or Mike Flynn on the 2020 ticket with Trump ?

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  22. visage13 says:

    My theory on all those House retirements is blackmail. We know there is a database on everyone’s private information so instead of being exposed for something (cheating on their wife, stealing money or some other corrupt activity) they were blackmailed and happy to do it since they hated Trump anyway. Just my two cents. I always like Gowdy’s analysis but isn’t he always wearing a purple tie? 😉 I am glad Gatez called them out because it is true, all of it. The only real political friends of Trump and true American Patriots are the members of the Freedom Caucus. This could of been exposed long before this and I for one am looking forward to the next few weeks.

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    • TradeBait says:

      Bingo. They left office because PDT/patriots had the goods on all of them. Some left willingly, some left and were give soft landing spots to make it appear they were not forced out. All you have to do is look at the Fox line-up of ex-Reps to know who some of them are. When 60+ million adults voted for radical change in the person of PDT when the GOP was playing ball with and tanking into the Uni-party morass – things began changing.

      It’s our jobs to gain complete MAGA control of the House and Senate in November. PDT needs all of the ammunition available for the second term.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I agree completely. I’ll go a step further and say many of them are also complicit in ratline trafficking and dark money.

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    • hokkoda says:

      They left because they wanted to impeach Trump because he stood in their way. But they needed to keep up appearances that we have two political parties not one Official Government Party. So, Ryan orchestrates mass retirements, and Pelosi orchestrates the phony impeachment. It’s all party of the rolling coup.

      Ryan knew the jig was up, I said in 2015 that Trump, if elected, would put to lie everything Ryan, Boehner, McCain, McConnell, etc have been promising voters for decades.

      Knowing the jig was up, they surrendered, and got within just a few Senate votes from accomplishing their goal.

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    • hokkoda says:

      They left because they wanted to impeach Trump because he stood in their way. But they needed to keep up appearances that we have two political parties not one Official Government Party. So, Ryan orchestrates mass retirements, and Pelosi orchestrates the phony impeachment. It’s all party of the rolling coup.

      Ryan knew the jig was up, I said in 2015 that Trump, if elected, would put to lie everything Ryan, Boehner, McCain, McConnell, etc have been promising voters for decades.

      Knowing the jig was up, they surrendered, and got within just a few Senate votes from accomplishing their goal.

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    • Joemama says:

      It is usually a carrot + stick proposition.

      Don’t what we want and we will expose zzz and the MSM will go crazy attacking you.

      Do what we want and we will not expose zzz and we will give your wife (or other family member) $millions and make sure the MSM protect you.

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      • Joemama says:

        Don’t what we want and we will expose zzz and the MSM will go crazy attacking you.
        Should be:
        Don’t do what we want and we will expose zzz and the MSM will go crazy attacking you.

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  23. Michael Osmon says:

    Twitter took down the gowdy videos

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  24. TradeBait says:

    To all the Uni-party RINO’s – get outta here! Join the Dims, start your own failure, move on to the nothingness that you pretend is all knowing. PDT and patriots are the answer to what has ailed America my entire lifetime. I have prayed for decades that these days would happen. I grew up with the JFK assassination and Bay of Pigs and Nam and Watergate and Peanut Head. I then got the taste of how it should go with RR only to be tanked by NWO Bush and Slick. It has been one stupid, BS thing after another. Enough. We are wasting time, human capital, economic dominance, intelligence, etc. on games of the globalists who do not care about people and literally hate all of us.

    Thank you, Matt Gaetz. You are beginning to mature into an effective leader of MAGA. Rooster is a political animal of the Uni-party, just like Lindsey. SC really knows how to pick them. The duplicitous, cowards such as Sessions need put out to pasture – Bammers it is your time to step up. His reactions to Willie’s hoe questioning him in his AG confirmation was pathetic. Then to wuss out at the very start of the Presidency he actually helped bring about was unbelievable.

    Despite it all PDT prevails and a big shout out to the growing number of patriots in the House and Senate who defend and attack on behalf of America such as the Freedom Caucus. We will never forget your courage and commitment. I am looking so forward to November because of all of you.

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  25. henry says:

    “Texas Crying” John Boehner and “Lying” Paul Ryan were both useless for their terms as SOTHOTUS because an 80 year of dried up, ginned up, salt hag fro CA took their balls and mesmerized them with her true beauty.

    Oh, and America needed a ‘woke savior’……

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  26. JonB3 says:

    Whoseyore says: “Yes I have always said that Pence is Deep State. Just watch him when our president speaks.”

    I’ve grown suspicious of Pence myself lately. He seems to be enamored by the Fauci and Birx. And with 30 million out of work he doesn’t seem to be setting a national narrative to aggressively end this virus thing and get America back to work. Actually, to the contrary, there seems to be more virus confusion and frustration now vs 4 weeks ago … And right on queue we have the vote/cheat by mail push.

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  27. Jimmy Jack says:

    I believe I was chastised here for saying Gowdy is a swamp guardian and playing a role here way, way back now. The. I think Sundance did a good piece outlining how this might be the case w Gowdy IIRC.

    I really appreciate this post and the information about Gowdy coming out now. It was driving me nuts, the same way it drives me nuts that people think k Haley is a white hat or a good POTUS candidate or trust Pence. They’re all up to no good.

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    • annieoakley says:

      There is something ‘wooden’ about Pence. He is like a robot up on stage. No personality maybe?

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      • TPW says:

        I understand why you may have that opinion of Pence….I think PT picked him as VP because he is the polar opposite and has was acceptable to the establishment. A guy they all liked because he would not step over them for personal gain. Also everyone might consider why Pence accepted and hooked his wagon up to a man that was behind in the polls. Whose reputation with women was not betrayed as unblemished. You all may well be right about Pence but these questions still linger in my mind. I just can’t figure it out. As a politician ….yes wooden…PC….boring….always says the right thing. I could visibly see his discomfort when the Pu$$y tapes came out and he was really at a loss when it came to defending Trump. I think he may have even thought about getting out at that point but decided not to abandon Trump…to his credit. As far as his wife goes…she may still have a problem reconciling PT past with shady women….and the fact that she can’t help liking PT. JMO

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    • robindranoth says:

      I do not like Haley, at all. Something about that woman really puts me off.

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  28. MLK says:

    Yes, exposing Fifth Columnist Gowdy has been a long time coming. But there’s an important tell beyond this bit of deliciousness. Gaetz specifically referenced Gowdy’s “late May” interview with MacCallum.

    After throwing out the chaff, Gowdy says: “What should have him (POTUS Trump) heartened is that Chris Wray, Rod Rosenstein, and all the senior folks at DOJ now were all Trump appointees.

    . . .

    “He’s (Trump) not the target . . . “He’s not the target.”


    (beginning @00:48)

    Uh huh. As I mentioned what now seems like a century ago, the malefactors (writ large; i.e. including Republican fifth columnists) knew that any investigative illegality on their part would be ignored and washed away in a successful impeachment or resignation per the Nixon analogue.

    Which explains this Nixon reference by Trump:

    Trump: “I learned a lot from Richard Nixon. Don’t fire people . . . .”

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  29. StanH says:

    “It’s a big f_cking club and you ain’t in it.” George Carlin

    This kind of cronyism has been around for decades. The people that rode to the rescue and forced Richard Nixon to resign were supposedly a new breed of politician that some thought existed to “stick it to the man.” Think of some of the names that are still oozing around the swamp by name or in spirit, Hillary/Clinton, Bush’s, McCain’s, Biden’s, Bernie. Kennedy, Feinstein, Pelosi, Romney, McConnell or their spawn Schiff, Waters, Nadler, Gowdy, Ryan, etc. In truth Richard Nixon was a boy scout compared to some of the counter culture and what natural boundaries of even a modicum of duty, honor, country is replaced with “what’s in it for me, if it feels good do it, the ends justify the means…”

    “Meet the new boss/Same as the old boss”

    Except now without God, Patriotism, The Constitution…”anything goes.” As a former Counter Culturist, Carter cured me, we must crush that half-witted hippie, commune crapola and all that that entails. You want to see where it’s going, see AOC plus-3. That should scare the inner patriot out of all of us. You think the swamp is corrupt now, just allow no account, unaccomplished Marxist bums (Barry) whose only real accomplishment is petulance, envy, godlessness, worthlessness wrest complete control, the USA will fail and the great Benjamin Franklin will get his answer, “it’s a Republic madame if you can keep it.”

    Our Great President Trump stopped, for now, their aspirations of a giant Marxist commune in it’s tracks. We must stick with this great man through thick-and-thin (coup, Mueller, Impeachment, Wuhan Con) he has replanted the American flag on top of the White House, but he’s surrounded by “swamp rats” but we surround them. we must hold the line and take more ground back and we crush them, break the line, and prepare for B-B-B-Biden, AOC + 3.

    KAG! …by being proud Americans. Get our chest out and start telling these pipsqueaks to go to hell.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      All of this!

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      • StanH says:

        Our enemy doesn’t care about comity, integrity, fair-play, GOD, country, tradition they only care about what they can steal from another American. You want a crappy little read, read “Steal This Book” by Abbie Hoffman He talks about how to live without work and use the system to destroy the system.

        We must stand up against these cretins and like President Trump cal them the bums that they are.

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    • Silver Sunday says:

      YES! YES! “The change it had to come, we knew it all along”
      We surround PDT!!!!!
      Copy and paste this comment EVERYWHERE!! Those of us of the age to know The Who will appreciate and could probably use the inspiration!!
      Thank you StanH!!

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      • StanH says:

        Yeah. I was there and into it. These people are out to destroy. They have no honor. They are bums that want to live in productive America’s pocket. And if they have to destroy the USA to be a bum, they’ll do it.

        “We don’t get fooled again.”

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        • Yy4u says:

          Keep in mind StanH that the lords and ladies in feudal times needed the serfs in order to live a privileged lives. Serfs agreed because they needed protection. Eventually however the serfs realized they were getting a raw deal. Often though it was too late

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  30. Jlwary says:

    And “history will look kindly on Comey.” Rubbish.

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  31. Joe says:

    It’s now fairly obvious, I think, that “Republicans” like Ryan and McConnell saw themselves as basically putting up with Trump because he was useful, for instance, for signing Ryan’s tax bills and/or nominating judges McConnell likes. They were otherwise willing to stab him in the back at a moment’s notice. I suspect that McConnell still is.

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  32. Flight93Gal says:

    Several months ago, Gowdy appeared on Martha’s show and in reference to the RUSSIA! hoax was asked ” Will anyone be held accountable and prosecuted?”

    Before Martha could finish asking her question as stated above, Gowdy replied “Mo Maam”…

    Hannity is toooooo slow to understand and annoying but I still believe he is a loyal VSGPOTUS supporter. I predict Hannity will soon stop booking Gowdy, Lindsey and others soon.

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    • Yy4u says:

      Hannity is not the brightest crayon in the box. He supports POTUS but is easily flummoxed by the brighter politicians like Gowdy and Ryan. I shouldn’t judge…i was suckered by the Uniparty too. It wasnt Donald Trump who unmasked them. ; it was their hysterical reaction to him that opened MY eyes.

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  33. Wow–something true got said on TV!

    When Gaetz called out Gowdy and Ryan, Hannity responded; “They made a mistake.” It was NO MISTAKE, Sean.

    Tucker also called out Ryan’s anti-leadership the other night. Bair looked a little…concerned.

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  34. ed357 says:

    Roosterhead Gowdy and Fredo Graham……all talk and no action……

    C’mon South Carolina…….you can do better.

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  35. huecowacko says:

    If Gaetz had included Lindsey Graham in his remarks about Ryan and Gowdy, Hannity would have literally exploded.

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    • annieoakley says:

      Isn’t Haley from SC? Are SC’s beaches and islands still closed?

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      • Mr. Morris says:

        Two public beaches on Hilton Head are open only to those people who have paid $30.00 for a season parking pass. They are closed to everyone else. This is a decision by local Hilton Head Council and the mayor.

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  36. Broadsman says:

    When a coup is being plotted and executed, it is a tough call for many people. Do they join the coup, do they fight the coup, or do they just go hide?

    Gowdy and Ryan, made their choices and now they look like cowards, “sunshine patriots and summer soldiers.”
    But soon they will remember this time…
    “And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks
    That fought with us upon Saint Crispin’s day.”

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  37. Broadsman says:

    When a coup is being plotted and executed, it is a tough call for many people. Do they join the coup, do they fight the coup, or do they just go hide?

    Gowdy and Ryan, made their choices and now they look like cowards, “sunshine patriots and summer soldiers.”
    But soon they will remember this time…
    “And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks
    That fought with us upon Saint Crispin’s day.”

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  38. Rachelle says:

    I remarked here a few months ago that I had doubts about Gowdy…all mouth amd no action. Now we see it was worse than I thought. Thanks for covering this.

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  39. HeLLINaHandbasket says:

    Republicans are more of a threat to our “America 1st” president.

    At least dirty-democrats TELL US 24/7/365 how they want the world to burn, and for us to just go in the woods and die, but “republicans” pretend to fight hard against it, fist pounding, papers thrown around, strongly worded letters and memos, heated rants on TV, committee hearings where they strongly run that ball all the way up to the goal line, but then every single damn time, they drop it on the 1-yard line …. ooopsie.

    Yeah, by now we know who the “red team” is running the ball for, and it ain’t for The People, that’s for sure. Globalists hate our anti-globalist president, and they hate us even more for putting him in the white house – as they smile and tell us how much they’re fighting for us.

    We really should stop focusing on this game as red vs. blue.

    And instead focus on the game at hand … globalist vs. anti-globalist.

    Because if we look at all of this with that in mind, it’s a whole ‘nother ballgame.

    #MAGA

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    • X XYZ says:

      It’s an interesting thing about the Uniparty. As you noted, the Democrats are honest about who they are, what they want, and they always willing to fight for it, even if that is the only admirable thing about them. The Republicrats, the RINOs are the rat party – a bunch of chameleons. (Paul Ryan has the look of a lizard.) They lie to us with an attractive line of BS, and after we fall for it and elect them we always end up with “Democrat Lite” – just a watered down version of the agenda of the socialist left.

      The Republican party always had a Liberal wing in its “Big Tent”. (Nelson Rockefeller, Jacob Javits, Arlen Specter, etc.) “Neocons” were the latest non-conservative pretenders in the party. With friends like the RINOs, who needs enemies? When the Republicrats you voted for act like Democrats, what’s the difference?

      “Oh, but if they weren’t a part of the party, Republicans would never get elected.”
      Maybe that’s what it takes to rid the party of RINOs. Disband the Grand Old Party and establish the New American Party.

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      • Yy4u says:

        I am feeling schizophrenic when I read XXYZ posts. S/he is writing what I am thinking.
        Are you me.? 1000 likes

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        • Yy4u says:

          I will add that i will vote GOP only so long as Donald Trump is in office. Once he is gone, my protest go the RINOs who sold us out will be to write in Trumps name for every office. Unless of course there is an alternative Trumpian Party that splits off from the GOP.

          I bet one of Trump’s biggest surprises was finding out there was only one party in DC…the uniparty

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          • X XYZ says:

            American history is not my specialty, but the same thing happened with the R party and Teddy Roosevelt vs.Taft. TR formed the Bull Moose Party and he was defeated.

            I agree about not voting for RINOs. I never voted for any other Republican presidential candidate except Reagan. I voted Libertarian as a protest vote. But the Libertarian party was increasingly hijacked by loonies and leftists, so to hell with that.

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          • Issy says:

            I pretty much feel the same way. I will never vote for any of the usual suspects now in politics.

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        • X XYZ says:

          That’s not schizophrenia – it’s just like-mindedness.There are others her who think similarly. I’m male. We are probably of the same age. I was a kid when JFK was president and the Liberal love-fest of the Sixties began. After Goldwater was not elected it became obvious that Nixon and the R party was not conservative. With the exception of the Reagan years, the Republicrats have been continually drifting leftward along with everything else in the country, ever since the “kinder, gentler” (read: more liberal) Bush kings ascended to power.

          As Limbaugh said, if JFK were alive today, he’d be considered a conservative compared to what the D party has now become.

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          • Yy4u says:

            Enough older than you XXYZ that I voted for JFK. My first vote. Four years later I voted for Barry Goldwater. I once was a card carrying Libertarian but never once voted Libertarian as I was fooled by the Republicans and the media as so many still are and voted GOP except in 1980 when the media convinced me Ronald Reagan was a madman.. But no mas! I may have caught on late but once I learn a lesson, I don’t forget.

            Donald Trump or rather the uniparty/media reaction to him opened my eyes.i learned my
            lesson

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            • Joemama says:

              Wow.

              Yes, once you “see the man behind the curtain”, you can never be fooled again.

              And once you see the lies, you become rather angry.

              Politicians/MSM etc don’t like people that have realized the truth.

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              • Joemama says:

                I was a child when Goldwater was running for president and when JFK was killed. I don’t really remember any of it.

                My mother tells me that I used to sing a song where I would basically chant “Goldwater, Goldwater”.

                Kind of weird, because I was probably about 3 years old and knew nothing about Goldwater and politics at the time.

                From what I have learned recently about Goldwater, I probably would have voted for him, had I been eligible at the time.

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      • robindranoth says:

        Well said.

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  40. bkrg2 says:

    my blood is boiling

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  41. I just love truth bombs!!!! Especially when nobody sees em coming!!!
    Fire in the hole!!!! 🤣🤣🤣💥💥

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  42. islandpalmtrees says:

    Sum free advice Matt Gaetz. When you have these valid points to make, take them to OANN. Fox News is becoming part of the MSM.

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  43. trnathens says:

    The STEELE DOSSIER wasn’t RUSSIAN misinformation…

    It was FBI/NSA misinformation…

    Footnote from the Carter Page FISA application

    (U) Source #1 maintains a network of sub-sources, who, in many cases, utilize their own sub-sources. The source reporting in this application, which was provided to the FBI by Source #1, is derived primarily from a [blackout], who uses a network of sub-sources. Thus, neither Source #1 nor the [blackout] had direct access to the information being reported by the sub-sources identified herein (each sub-source will be separately identified herein based on the infomration provided by Source #1). The FBI has no control over the [blackout] or any of the sub-sources used by the [blackout]

    THIS IS WHAT IT REALLY MEANS!!

    Source #1 (Steele) maintains a network of “sub-sources” (NSA Database, which means: phone companies are a “sub-source”, internet service providers are a “sub-source”, Facebook, Instagram, Banks, Schools, anyone and everything connected to the web),

    “who” (personified), in many cases, utilize their own “sub-sources” (the people who USE the internet, Facebook, Instagram, Banks…meaning WE are the source of the very information USED AGAINST US!).

    The “source reporting” in this application, which was provided to the FBI by Source #1 (Steele), is derived primarily from a [CIA sub-contractor], who uses a network of sub-sources (NSA database).

    Thus, neither Source #1 (Steele) nor the [CIA sub-contractor] had direct acccess to the information being reported by the sub-sources identified herein (each sub-source will be separately identified herein based on the information provided by Source #1 (Steele).

    The FBI has no control over the [CIA sub-contractor] or any of the subs-sources used by the [CIA sub-contractor].

    Sub-contractors, like Fusion GPS are able to pay to access the NSA Database. Need to follow the money.

    More importantly, realize how the FBI used semantic sleight of hand to “hide” in plain sight their “source” – NSA DATABASE.

    The dossier wasn’t RUSSIAN disinformation.

    It was FBI disinformation.

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  44. Beau Geste says:

    FBI disinformation sourced from one or more russians through DNC/hillary.

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    • trnathens says:

      Sourced from NSA DATABASE, not real live human beings. THAT’S the point. ALL Warrant affidavits need to be checked.

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    • Margaret Berger says:

      Dems o rats used to lie about who they were too, xyzzy. I remember a man with well creased pants who said he didn’t believe in same sex marriage and a host of other things and Americans bought that hook line and sinker.

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  45. Gaetz may have had his last appearance on Fox.

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    • ncedgar says:

      You may be right and we will get more Lindsey Graham saying he will hold hearings on something, someday, and that day will never come.

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  46. ChampagneReady says:

    Videos of Gowdy defending Mueller and lauding the FBI are there in perpetuity for everyone to see. No halo should be placed around your head Gowdy.

    And Graham is not one scintilla of an iota better. I can’t think of one damn subpoena he issued since he became Judiciary Chairman. ,,,,,,,,

    “gonna–gonna–gonna-gonna–gonna–deep dives–we’re going to get to bottom of it.” Yeah, right.

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  47. Jeff S says:

    I watched that segment with joy, last night. Gaetz is fearless. He, along with Jim Jordan and Devin Nunes are warriors for truth and justice. The best part of Gaetz’s comments was that Gowdy appeared in the segment prior. Now, Hannity must ask Gowdy why he did as Gaetz charged. Let’s see Gowdy and his bizarre hair try to defend his actions.

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  48. I listen to the Wilkow Majority on Sirius XM

    He gets what’s going on.

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