Interesting Segment – Trey Gowdy Discusses FBI Investigation and The Flynn-Kislyak Transcripts He Has Read…

On the topic of the FBI capture and use of the December 29, 2016, Flynn-Kislyak phone call…  First we had a hunch; then it became a suspicion… that evolved into a likelihood… that has now become a strong probability.

The capture of the December 29th phone call, which generated the raw “CR cuts“, was an FBI summary, modified for a specific interpretation.  Much like the missing 302 there is now a very strong probability the FBI ‘CR cuts’ do not represent the actual call content.

In this short interview segment Trey Gowdy alludes to one issue, and speaks directly to another.  First, the only reason the FBI opened the internal INSD review is because the information previously hidden has become public.  Second, the Flynn-Kislyak calls that Trey Gowdy has reviewed were “boring” nothing-burgers.  WATCH:


SELECTIVE CAPTURE – Did you note the part where the FBI told Gowdy some of the Flynn phone calls were “not captured”?  Wouldn’t it be a very convenient framework if the FBI was going to summarize one of those non-captured calls into a “CR cut.” 

FBI: “Oh, sorry, we don’t have the actual transcript, but we do have a summary of what we interpreted that call content to be.”  Huh, funny that.

Lastly, does anyone else find it odd that now is Trey Gowdy admitting that he viewed the Flynn-Kislyak phone call transcripts.  I wonder why he waited to say that….

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365 Responses to Interesting Segment – Trey Gowdy Discusses FBI Investigation and The Flynn-Kislyak Transcripts He Has Read…

  1. T2020 says:

    Because he’s a chicken sh.. Roosterhead. Just sayin.

    Liked by 30 people

    • bocephusrex says:

      TOTAL POS–YUUUUUGE! BIGLY, even. Hey trey-we’ve figure you out along with the rest of the uniparty minions-

      Liked by 16 people

      • serrafeena says:

        I am a pathetic loser…I bought Gowdy’s aw-shucks and yes-ma’am act for years (Benghazi for starters). Now that I see through it, just watching him makes my skin crawl. I can tell he knows it now too. Tucker & Twitter took him down and now everyone sees that he’s just a player like all the rest (so now he’s tryin” to be extra earnest). But even worse than that. He facilitated the opposition’s efforts to obfuscate and shut down the truth, and he did it on the inside, on the Right…year after year. In some ways, that’s even more craven than Shiff.

        Liked by 16 people

        • Mark L. says:


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        • Phil aka Felipe says:

          “But even worse than that. He facilitated the opposition’s efforts to obfuscate and shut down the truth, and he did it on the inside, on the Right…year after year. In some ways, that’s even more craven than Shiff.”

          For a moment, I thought you were talking about that other person representing South Carolina, Lindsey Graham.

          Let’s see, from South Carolina there’s Gowdy, Graham, Nikki Haley, and Mark Sanford-quite a crew pretend conservatives.

          Liked by 2 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      It says something when the public has to lead both Trey Gowdy and Wray.

      If Wray has to be triggered to move by public pressure, is he actually a leader or a he a Joe Biden?

      Liked by 8 people

    • 4sure says:

      Because he is just like the POS Wray. I guess they both graduated from the useless school of dip chits. Gowdy calling Wray out on waiting 4 yrs to investigate is the kettle calling the pot black.

      Liked by 12 people

      • MNGal says:

        Right! I still have trouble wrapping my head around the fact that Gowdy is all of TV theses days talking about all of the inside information he has on this case—knowledge he has had for YEARS! And yet, he did nothing to stand up for our President and what is just!

        Liked by 9 people

    • delighteddeplorable says:

      That, T2020, and because Ric Grenell.

      Liked by 4 people

    • A rooster crows and crows… irritating the neighborhood… until somebody wrings his neck.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. I don’t know what Gowdy’s motive was or is today, but I do not trust him one iota.

    Liked by 39 people

    • Bill Durham says:

      I will say it again. Obama did not spy on Trump. Comey Brennan and clapper pulled a Hoover. they wanted to keep their jobs. They spied on Trump, hid it from Obama, and implicated Obama at the 11th hour. It may not be a popular theory but that is how it plays out. They are using the first Kenyan president as a shield to hide their duplicity. If Trump and Obama get on the same page, they can take them all down. Wouldn’t that be mind blowing.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Sounds good until we remember Lisa Page “The WH wants to know everything we’re doing”

        Liked by 31 people

        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          ““The WH wants to know everything we’re doing””

          Who in the WH? That would be a great question to ask Mrs. Page. Light a road flare (*) and start asking questions

          Valerie Jarrett?
          Lisa Monaco?

          (*) It keeps the Wuhan virus at bay, of course.

          Liked by 2 people

          • starfcker says:

            It wasn’t “WH” wants to know what we’re doing. It was “POTUS” wants to know everything we’re doing.

            Liked by 8 people

            • NJMAGA says:

              There are two…

              1. POTUS wants to know everything we’re doing.

              2. The White House is running this.

              This is Chicago style politics and right up Obama’s alley. Remember when he got caught spying on Merkle and had to apologize. To actually think he wasn’t involved is insane.

              Liked by 4 people

              • RobInPA says:

                president stompy-foot won’t be touched, but if at the end this debacle his legislative ‘legacy’ is erased and he is exposed as the most clueless and incompetent puppet-string dancing potus in history, with corrupt minions operating behind his back and without his knowledge, LOL, completely unbeknownst to him, then I’ll just have to settle for that.

                Liked by 1 person

        • WVPatriot says:

          Yes, those emails were great reading.

          Liked by 3 people

          • ann says:

            Yes, those which were released, raises the same haunting question of what is withheld.

            We’ve been put through hell by these phonys and deserve to know the full dimensions of this ongoing scheme.
            Assange, Stone and Manafort are beggared and incarcerated; Wray’s leisurely pace and the law in general’s stately slooow deliberations is inappropriate to the pressing need for remedial justice

            These closed door mtgs and pleads of the fifth tell me we got in this tix by tolerating opacity that benefits only crooked bureaucrats and their CONgressional allies.

            Liked by 1 person

        • Bill Durham says:

          And what if they didn’t tell Barry everything???
          What if they lied to him?
          Did Fauci tell POTUS everything?
          See how that works?
          We have evidence from Rice and Yates that Obama was played by Comey


          • Why would anyone tell that low IQ Summer’s Eve Feminine Wash anything. He was a puppet. An implicated puppet, based on current evidence. Who was he reporting to is the real story.


      • Bryan says:

        I’m willing to reserve judgment on Obama. That is the story his defenders want out there. But, you know what? They were happy to let this play out for several years without doing anything to correct the record since it served their interests just fine to see Trump bogged down by Russia conspiracy BS.

        That said, does anyone really expect team Obama to consider Comey trustworthy on anything at all after that Clinton fiasco where Comey cleared Hillary, but then didn’t last minute. At that January 5 meeting that Rice memorialized after the fact, that time all the Dems hated Comey for his re-opening of sorts the email investigation just before the election. I doubt any Dems forgave him by this point.


      • Deplorably Bonnie Blue says:

        But Obama is a corrupt piece of Kenyan poo and would never get on the right page.

        Liked by 2 people

      • RobD says:

        Disagree 100%! Obama hates Trump and Flynn!! He may not have known exactly what Comey, Clapper, and Brennan were up to or how they were doing what they were doing it, but he did know enough, enough to not say “no, don’t do that.” Obama did NOT want Trump winning the election or Flynn as NSA if Trump were to win! Obama may NOT have personally ordered the nefarious activity that took place, but he was sure as hell complicit in it. He was the President! He was in charge! He was a control freak in the White House. He was a micro manager. He knew some bad stuff was happening, hence Susan Rice’s CYA letter.

        Obama’s legacy is what matters to him most. All the events that took place prior to, during, and post 2016 was designed to preserve his legacy…and, yes, even preserve a few of those jobs you mentioned should Hillary get elected.

        No way Trump and Obama team up to do anything together.

        Liked by 11 people

        • California Joe says:

          The legal term in prosecutions is called deliberate ignorance!

          Liked by 1 person

          • Rhoda R says:

            And that has been Zero’s MO since he was in Chicago. It is amazing how many people did unethical/illegal things just out of the kindness of their hearts to help little ol’ clueless Obama along in his career.


      • Brutalus says:

        That’s not who Obama is.. he’s a Critical Race True Believer…and it’s his Administration…the Buck Stops with him

        Liked by 1 person

      • Muthaucker says:



      • Man, durham, you are seriously just ignoring the facts conveniently located above my post for you to read.

        POTUS wants to know everything we’re doing says it all. Why can’t you get that?


        Liked by 1 person

      • Rhi says:

        “If Trump and Obama get on the same page, they can take them all down.”

        Wow. Put the crack pipe down and slowly back away.

        Liked by 4 people

      • Alex Pazzo says:

        Ya and Eric Holder targeted Tea Party groups with secret CD’s without Obama knowing because he wanted to keep his job.
        Susan Rice went on five talk shows… I can keep going

        Liked by 2 people

      • Very interesting theory BD.
        The only thing that inclines me to think otherwise is my 100% distrust and contempt for Obama.



      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        We’ll potentially find out if Grassley/Johnson get those unmasking lists they’re asking for from APR thru June 2016

        If Denis McDonogh (or perhaps Valerie Jarrett) made unmasking requests PRIOR to July 31 2016
        Obama KNEW about the spying.


        • Mr. Morris says:

          There was a whole lotta spying going on in the Obama administration. The Arab Spring initiative, (with google execs)’ the IRS spying, the “Hammer” program, the data collection program on everyone that Maxine Waters bragged about to Roland Martin on CNN, the spying on Team Trump, etc. Obama knew, Valerie Jarrett knew. His cadre of Czars, appointees, Ambassadors, CIA, FBI, Foreign collaborators knew bits and pieces. Obama’s spying seems to have been modeled on the infamous KGB. Perhaps this was the dreams from his father he wrote about.

          Liked by 2 people

      • butch cassidy says:

        If Trump and Obama get on the same page? those 8 words shoot down your theory. Trump has been very adamant that Obama was in on this. And listening to Obama lately he sure doesn’t sound like they’ll be having tea anytime soon.


    • sickconservative says:

      Gowdy really confuses me as at one time saw him just a patriot looking for the truth, then something happen.
      I hope it was Ryan that I thought at the time preventing him from following thru at the time but what is stopping him now.
      If you want to be on the stage it is time to come clean.

      Liked by 4 people

    • wendy forward says:

      He likes playing Mister District Attorney and cross-examining. All hat no cattle.

      Liked by 9 people

    • noswamp says:

      Graham too.

      Liked by 5 people

  3. TarsTarkas says:

    The lack of a transcript will be interpreted by the baying hyenas as proof positive that Orange Man Bad is obstructing justice because he knows that the conveniently missing transcript is the one the FBI based the lying/perjury/treason charge on.

    Rice knows this. That’s why she tweeted.

    Liked by 5 people

  4. Chip Doctor says:

    I just wasted 2:48 of my life watching Trey Gowdy. Shame on me.

    Liked by 19 people

  5. Angus says:

    Test exercise:

    Replace the first period with a conjunction (any will do).

    Let us for a moment look at this onomonopea:

    … by the book as it relates to law enforcement [but] from a national security perspective […] concerns …

    Forget that this email may be bs dictated or written by a lawyer (with a password) without a single doubt agreed to (but not directed) by Obama.

    — two sides of mouth

    You have a huge problem here.

    — speaking out of two sides of the mouth

    Two (+more) access arenas.

    This is out of control.


    Apparently we were sold that giving the FBI more power after 911 would remedy the failure (who wants to take off but not land – duh (wray looks like someone who would believe that – xnay)).

    Now the FBI is concerned about these things:

    Law enforcement
    National security

    WOW, what a promotion !!!!!!!!1111!1!1!1!!11

    Let me ask for a moment:
    How well do these things mix in the hands of a fallen man (we are all fallen) ?

    You know what this means.

    —- oh wait, looky here:

    Who has run this dumpster fire since:

    , And

    Wait for it ….

    Wait …


    Oh wait, look. A raging dumpster fire.


    You are only asked to learn from mistakes.

    —- ps:

    Fisa is a joke.
    Now that you have deduced on your own what are what you are today calling “tech cuts”, you know they will always be there.

    You know this.
    The fiber repeaters (windmills) are built.
    No one is tearing them down.
    Or digging them up.

    Did anyone need to consult fisc to do a tech cut ?


    They did not.

    Wake up (pretty please – on that part).

    —- (switcharoo)

    As for the rest,

    Good job team.


  6. AghastinFL says:

    Rooster Rugburn inspires zero confidence, I haven’t forgotten he is singularly responsible (IMO) for allowing HRC to benefit from her congressional testimony.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Issy says:

      Aghastin: The Benghazi Hearing was my tipoff to Mr. Gowdy. His talking out of both sides of his mouth in the early days of what was Russiagate, then Spygate confirmed my opinion. Now that Obamagate has blossomed open, he wants to tell us what he knew.

      I understand he couldn’t divulge the classified information, but he defended the fbi and Mueller and he knew there was nothing there.


  7. It’s appalling that so many Republicans knew what a sham this whole Russian thing was a were willing to sit by and watch a president be impeached.

    Liked by 24 people

    • Jase says:

      Yep. As an outsider still not completely au fait with American political life it is astounding to me.
      ‘Yeah, it’s a real shame him and his family and friends were railroaded and got the chair. We knew they were innocent, saw the evidence and everything, but the rules said we couldn’t say anything until after the funeral.’
      These people would rather see a President framed than get a ticking off from some diddly do squat congressional committee.
      Beyond bizarre.

      Liked by 4 people

      • BitterC says:

        Exactly while meanwhile Feinstein unilaterally releases the Glenn Simpson Senate Intel testimony to tip off his co-conspirators on what the story is and GOP members of the committee yawn

        If Nunes did that, Schiff would have had him up on ethics charges

        Liked by 1 person

        • Issy says:

          BitterC: Why of course they yawn. Don’t you hear all the republicans on the committee refer to as their dear friend senator Feinstein?


        • bonkti says:

          In her defense, didn’t she say she had mixed codeine with other drugs and wasn’t responsible for her actions?


      • nationalboardertified2001 says:

        Jase, they had/have money in the game. Trillions are at stake.

        Liked by 1 person

    • T2020 says:

      The swamp has lots of dirt on them.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Bill Durham says:

        “Them” IS the swamp!

        Liked by 2 people

        • Yeoman says:

          In essence yes. Everyone has dirt on everyone else. But really, it’s the leadership that collects, holds and executes on the dirt. Everyone else trades favors with leadership with the dirt they find on other members that leadership can use to whip votes. At least that’s my opinion.

          Liked by 2 people

    • Ninja7 says:

      littleflower481, Attempting to be or become members of the UniParty in good standing. JMO Would not what to miss the possible gravy train. 🤗🤔🤔.

      Liked by 1 person

    • rayvandune says:

      Actually you could say the same thing about the Democrats. Impeachment for political gain is against what the Founders intended, and they set up roadblocks to prevent it, which Dirty Nancy knocked down. She should go down as the worst Speaker in history, a total corruptocrat! The fact that Democrats admire her tells you all you need to know about them: they are trash.


      • Ad rem says:

        Ray….Can I assume you’re commenting via mobile? You’re continuously posting double comments. Perhaps you could lighten up on the fingers?


  8. Parker Longbaugh says:

    Even in my wildest imagination I did not want to believe that it was this corrupt. I have been falsely charged with a crime, I endured, I prevailed. But I thought it was an aberration and the proverbial one bad apple in the basket. Washington is beyond repair. The SES needs to be abolished.

    Liked by 12 people

  9. MACAULAY says:

    Thank you, Sundance, for this and so much more.

    I feel momentum for Deplorables.

    When I feel good about maybe finally seeing Justice coming, at least to some, I think about Don Trump—what he has gone through day after day—donating his salary; fighting like I’ve never seen a politician fight—to fulfill every campaign promise and facing all the time this Deep State/NY Media Coup.

    It is a remarkable example of perseverance and tenacity. Done only, as far as I can tell—because he loves his country.

    Liked by 17 people

  10. Rock Knutne says:

    Does anyone other than me remember Gowdy being interviewed alongside John Ratcliffe and gushingly calling him ‘Johnny’ like they were in some sort of ‘bromance’? I can recall Gowdy interviews where Ratcliffe wasn’t alongside him yet he would wax poetic about what he and his great lawyer friend ‘Johnny’ Ratcliffe had seen.

    That always raised a red flag with me because even way back then we knew what Gowdy was.

    God I hope I’m dead wrong. Especially in light of how great Ric Grenell has been.


    Liked by 12 people

    • Bill Durham says:

      Nunes once tasked Gowdy with reviewing everything classified for him. Eventually Nunes smelled a rat. Or Kash smelled a rat. Nunes began using Radcliff and staff to review classified material. Ryan and Gowdy were joined at the hip. It’s probably why Gowdy suddenly retired…

      Liked by 6 people

    • Child of Morning says:

      I think you are dead right


    • donna kovacevic says:

      Me too, howdy refers to him as Johnny. I have a bad feeling. Please Lord God I pray that Ratcliffe is a true patriot and will do the work for the american people. Amen. I have written on another thread, that just because Ratcliffe was good at the Mueller hearing, was that an audition to get a nomination? Lord forgive me, something does not jive with that man. Sorry Treepers, just my Canadian opinion.


  11. samwise163 says:

    Because Old purple tie Trey sold us out. Yes you did, Trey 😁🇺🇸

    Liked by 5 people

  12. bayrat65 says:

    I’m sick of these blathering idiots! All RHINO trash. With the demorats, I get a good laugh. But the rhino’s, they make me sick to my stomach. Blah blah blah.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. Joshua2415 says:

    You know what I’m looking forward to? I’m looking forward to the day very soon that Vladimir Putin declassifies HIS copy of the Flynn-Kislyak call transcript. If you think the Russian Ambassador can have a chat with the incoming US National Security Advisor without keeping a complete record of the call, I know a Nigerian prince I’d like to introduce you to.

    Liked by 16 people

    • All Too Much says:

      Boris just trying to help.
      He ain’t no bad guy.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Sherri Young says:

      LOL You do know who was behind that Nigerian prince scam, don’t you?

      Someone’s father-in-law.

      The last name is Chelsea Clinton’s husband’s last name.

      Some things you can’t make up.

      Liked by 2 people

    • donna kovacevic says:

      Anyone else wonder what was inside the ball President V. Putin gave PDJT to give to Barron? Apparently the two had a very lengthy talk at the G20 Summit in 2017.


  14. chuckyschmucky says:

    “Oh, sorry, we don’t have the actual transcript, but we do have a summary of what we interpreted that call content to be.”

    The CR cuts, the altered Flynn 302, the Eric Ciaramella “crazy and frightening” “whistleblower” complaint… sensing a pattern here.

    Liked by 6 people

  15. ElTocaor says:

    Gowdy throwing Rice a lifeline? If he “saw” the “transcript” that doesn’t exist, she can always claim the “transcript” exonerates her and that the Trump’s DOJ are really the ones that “lost” it/obstructed justice to make it “lost”.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Yeoman says:

      This makes a lot of sense knowing what we know about roosterhead. I hope you are wrong but, you are probably right.


  16. While we justifiably complain about how poorly served we were by Republican, Jeff Sessions, we also need to put Dan Coats, another Republican, in the same category, perhaps, way worse. Coats had to know all the dirty details that are being released by Grenell. He failed to protect the President and essentially lied to the American people. By omission or otherwise, he lied…

    Liked by 13 people

  17. Kaco says:

    People are still walking away from the Dem party but I am more concerned about election and voter fraud. Don’t worry about poll numbers for now, it’s a joke anybody would think the country would be in good hands with Dementia Joe. the only people that would vote for him would have TDS.

    Liked by 5 people

  18. Skidroe says:

    Compared to Biden I don’t really know if his numbers are dropping. Can’t believe any poll. How could people vote for Biden when they know he will NOT make one decision. The people making all the decisions will ALL be unelected officials. The only way they might possibly win is by cheating. JUST VOTE!

    Liked by 1 person

  19. mr.piddles says:

    “Much like the missing 302 there is now a very strong probability the FBI ‘CR cuts’ do not represent the actual call content.”

    Mm. Seems to be a pattern developing here. But I’ve been told that it’s just “the one percent” that engages in shenanigans.

    Liked by 5 people

    • mr.piddles says:

      Oh, and it would appear that, essentially, United States Army Lieutenant General Michael T. Flynn was coerced into pleading “guilty” based on “evidence” that… wait for it… doesn’t exist. No 302. No recorded calls. No call transcript. That is the DEFINITION of Third World Banana Republic. Or pretty close to it. Or maybe First World Kafka Republic for the Wine ‘n Cheese crowd.

      But I guess it’s all consistent with everything else… fake FISA Warrants and whatnot. So they have that going for them.

      Liked by 7 people

  20. TradeBait says:

    Rooster is the guy in your high school that acted all hyped and smart azz – then ran like hades when somebody went at him. Total wuss. Don’t believe a word he says. Need confirmation from any and all other sources.

    Liked by 5 people

  21. so Gowdy is, in essence, saying he hasn’t read all the transcripts… as Nunes choice to see the most secret docs muh Russia up to 2018?
    now what? somebody claims they have them? (and it doesn’t look good for Orange!)
    The more I see Gowdy the more I think he practices scenes from The Flim Flam Man in the mirror.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. Skidroe says:

    Gone and rightfully so!


  23. TheWanderingStar says:

    I find Dir Wray’s “investigation” and timing troublesome. Might he use this opportunity to further shield crimes, himself, his gang and his precious institution, cause you know, ongoing investigation…

    Liked by 1 person

    • mr.piddles says:

      Prediction: “decline to prosecute”. Yawn.

      Liked by 2 people

      • rayvandune says:

        Wray cannot decline, only recommend to Barr. Hopefully PDJT has told Barr that if he publicly declines on anybody above janitor without consulting POTUS, his ass will hit the parking lot a couple seconds before his bagpipes!


    • fabrabbit says:

      Wandering star: he’s trying to get ahead of the dirt that is going to be unclassified by Grenell. He isn’t fooling anyone when he says, Hey I’m on top of this.

      Liked by 1 person

  24. Zimbalistjunior says:

    On the plus side gowdy did mention the Lindbergh baby kidnapping. Maybe we can get some clarity there. I mean did you know that the New Jersey police head on the investigation was Norman Schwarzkopf senior, father of the general?
    Did you know he later parlayed his notoriety into consulting work with the Iranian secret police?
    And that decades later, his son the general, was a member of some council on how to bring Iran back to normalcy?
    And speaking of Lindbergh again, did you know that there are theories that Bruno Hauptmann was a patsy to the …
    Ah whatever. Thanks Trey.

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  25. Carrie says:

    Ok, I hate to be the one asking this, but if Roosterhead Gowdy read the transcripts and stayed mum- does this mean Ratcliffe did also and also chose not to say anything? (Insert grimacing emoji here)

    Liked by 2 people

    • mr.piddles says:

      I would say two things:
      1.) They weren’t given everything they requested (and subsequently demanded), and
      2.) Declassification has only really started now… so anything they DID have access to (which is, apparently, all the boring stuff), they probably couldn’t discuss in any revealing way.

      Who knows. What I DO know is that Congress went so far as to threaten Rosenstein with contempt due to DOJ/FBI holding back critical documents. Of course, they never went through with the charge… not that it would have changed anything about where we are today, IMO.

      That being said: Ratcliffe is now in the Catbird Seat. Let’s hope he takes advantage of that.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “chose not to say anything?”

      Rep. Nunes read and knew a lot stuff. However, he didn’t utter a peep about it for years IF it happened to be “classified” stuff, which is how the federal government hides it’s criminal behavior (according to CIA whistle blower Kevin Schipp).

      He doesn’t leak such material, unlike many democrats today.

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  26. JPinBalt says:

    Maybe former DOJ AG Dana Boente aka “coup has started. .. impeachment will follow” now at the FBI can lead the investigation to bury it and get to the bottom of the swamp – HA HA HA HA HA

    Liked by 1 person

  27. DeWalt says:

    Well it appears the call transcripts and FBI 302’s have a lot in common.

    Liked by 3 people

  28. Hmmm... says:

    I’m curious if there is a program that exists that would permit intelligence sharing for law enforcement purposes of FVEY partner intelligence. It sounds like the kind of thing that would have been created after 9/11 to allow existing intelligence to avoid getting stuck in a silo. I could imagine such a program requiring that any such product be limited to a summary and not an actual transcript to limit 4th amendment problems.

    If there was such a thing then I bet it would operate as a counter terrorism program. You can imagine the desire to create an intel sharing system of some kind to prevent the British intelligence from having specific information about an imminent attack and not having the ability to tell the right people about it.

    If there was such a program and it really is important in order to prevent real terror attacks then you could imagine that it would be a real dilemma for someone aware of abuses in the program. If you revealed that the program was being abused then a very important tool gets taken away from legitimate work to prevent attacks. I would guess a person caught up in that particular dilemma would behave pretty much exactly like Trey Gowdy over the last few years.

    Whatever the source of the Flynn call summary it is becoming very likely that some important law enforcement tool is being endangered. It may be a domestic FBI program but I still think it is going to be the Brits that will be the source. I don’t think Gowdy is evil for wanting this to stay hidden. Just wrong.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Old Lady says:

      Even when the “abused program” results in innocent people losing everything along with their liberty? That’s more than “wrong.”

      Liked by 1 person

    • Issy says:

      Hmmm: I have another word for someone who knew a program was being abused and used in a coup attempt against a president. It’s not pretty.


  29. Richie says:

    Pink shirt cool guy is the guy who helped block sunlight in 2016-17. All the people who could have and should have done something about this years ago are all coming out of the closet now.

    They must know of a election fraud scheme that will remove Trump from office in Nov. Tick Tock Run Out The Clock

    Liked by 2 people

  30. anthohmy says:

    Wait, wait, wait…

    When did we find out there was a potential problem with the 302’s, before or after the Strozk-Page texts about editing and finding somebody’s voice came out?

    Which would be worse, for a couple of FBI agents to have diddled a 302, or for the FBI leadership to fake a transcript that went up the food chain to the Oval and was used to entrap an incoming National Security Advisor and throw a monkey wrench into the coming President’s ability to govern?

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  31. emet says:

    Let’s turn for a moment to the FBI of yesteryear, to show how little the organization has changed.
    In 1935 the FBI had Ma Barker and her son Fred surrounded at a rental house near Lake Weir FL. After an hours-long gun fight, things got quiet.
    One of the agents ordered Willie Woodbury, the African American handyman at the property, to go inside and check. When he balked, the FBI agent told him “Look boy, its not like you have a choice.”
    Well, the Barkers were dead, and Hoover announced to the nation that the great criminal mastermind Ma Barker was finally dead. Of course not everyone was impressed. Baby Face Nelson said that Ma Barker couldn’t plan breakfast.

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  32. 4sure says:

    PTrump. Please, Please, FIRE that useless corrupt POS Wray. He is doing you great harm.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. kleen says:

    I wonder if RINOs will be exposed when it all comes out.
    I don’t want to see just Democrats exposed. I want all globalists, left and “right” exposed (plants)

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  34. iswhatitis says:

    Article: “Lastly, does anyone else find it odd that now is Trey Gowdy admitting that he viewed the Flynn-Kislyak phone call transcripts. I wonder why he waited to say that….

    Because, just like William Barr, Mitch McConnell, and so many others – it takes the glaring hot sunlight of transparency to get them up off their asses. Nothing less will do (in the past; the present; and into the future). As soon as there is even the slightest hint of shade – they all sit back down.

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  35. MTB says:

    Everyone needs to remember the Special Counsel mucked everything up. Anyone may have wanted to release this stuff, but they would’ve been viewed as obstructing justice (true or not).

    All of the surveillance (5 eyes and otherwise) in 2016 had to be cleaned up. The insurance policy (or policies) had to be invoked, as everything had already been gamed out.

    What’s really sad is how many other things they should have been doing all this time. Oh, you know, like, make sure terror cells weren’t activated or taking out the caliph…something important like that.

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  36. Trygve says:

    I’m guessing Trey was a good human at one point. Then he got entangled by something… some proclivity,… and they got something on him. That’s how a lot of the DC swamp became part of the swamp. Just ask Epstein.

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  37. biff0101 says:

    Funny how Rooster Head remembers all of the details now and didn’t fight for POTUS in the past. It seems Ryan was giving him his marching orders to shut up, play nice and sit in the corner. Now he is the “knower” of all since the Never-Trumper McCallum has him on every damn night!

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  38. jeans2nd says:

    Why did Gowdy wait? Well, you see, Gowdy had to recuse himself due to his strong attorney ethics rules.
    Just like former AG Jeff.
    They both are just too durn ethical to do something that that would help a man prove his innocence. Their ethics are more important than the truth.

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  39. joebkonobi says:

    Another day . . . another hairdo. Never trust a man who cannot control his own hair.

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  40. cheryl says:

    They were all wrapped up in their little James Bond espionage, thinking they were just so much smarter than the average peons, doing King Obama’s bidding. Comey isn’t running his mouth on Twitter now and I can imagine him forking over thousands to his lawyer and that makes me happy. I hope they all go broke. Every Single Last One of Them who were involved. There’ll be no punishment for those who knew and did nothing like Trey Gowdy and Paul Ryan. Maybe in the next life.


  41. Rayc22558 says:

    Gowdy is under contract with Fox. He can’t just hide in South Carolina. He’s ignoring what he’s said previously, and acting like an informed source. My guess is he has worked something out with them to not be confronted.

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  42. YeahYouRight says:

    Gowdy said he saw some transcripts but seemed to go out of his way not to say that he saw this one.

    I don’t think it ever existed, which is why Priestap had misgivings about questioning Flynn without allowing him to see it and refresh his memory.

    Priestap knew it was a bluff.

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  43. Sherri Young says:

    Can’t get this one out of my head. Sidney Powell filed it with some other documents four months ago.

    Could it be that Pientka might resurface from where he is keeping his head down in San Francisco and appear in court for Jensen or Durham?

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  44. RobD says:

    Red (Republican) mixed with Blue (Democrat) makes Purple (RINO or DINO – same same chicken or beef).

    That’s why he’s always wearing purple ties.


  45. Bryan Alexander says:

    The US Intercepts the call. They can’t use it. Brennan calls GHCQ and pulls a favor. He get them to send him the transcript on the side. ILLEGAL. He takes parts of the conversation and sends them to Peter Strzok, thinking they can use this and never reveal how they got it..

    Strzok uses the ‘cuts’ to interview Flynn. They got nothing on Flynn. They end up having to get him on the fabricated lying charge. HOWEVER…..

    Someone in the FBI leaked the cuts without talking with Brennan. This put Brennan in a HUGE bind. He used illegally obtained intelligence.

    When Hannigan, the British GHCQ guy, found out, he knew his career was over. He resigned.

    John Brennan is the guy who was running this.

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    • Interesting point. However far over my head as to why it’s illegal, who Hannifin is, etc. But I hope you are correct and it comes to light.


      • Bryan Alexander says:

        It would be illegal to send it to Brennan without making it official. Logging it, official paperwork, etc…. This is HIGHLY classified stuff.

        Robert Hannigan was the head of British GCHQ, essentially the British counterpart to the NSA. He abruptly resigned just a few days after the US media leaked the Kislyak phone call.

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  46. George Hicks says:

    very strong probability the FBI ‘CR cuts’ do not represent the actual call content.
    Perhaps Schiff-for-brains did the transcribing?

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  47. John Comnenus says:

    Gowdy rightly asks Wray what’s he been doing for the last three years. The community asks Gowdy WTF were you doing for 2 years when you could have ensured accountability was a lot more contemporaneous.

    Gowdy is looking worse and worse the more that comes out that he has already seen but did nothing about.

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  48. Blind no Longer says:

    All the sudden Trey Gowdy is a wealth of information!!! He’s seen all kind of documents and intelligence…but if you listened to him on any news program when the active witch hunt was going on—he dint know nuthin.
    It’s amazing how that happens.

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  49. lcsteel says:

    Wouldn’t the NSA still have a recording of it and couldn’t Trump or Grinnell order a copy of it?
    Also what are the chances the Russians have a audio recording?


  50. JeffRay says:

    Hmmm, yeah, Roosterhead. I’m not particularly for him, yet I’m not agin him either. He’s let us down a few times, yet his explanations are plausible given the politics. I get the sense he wants to be the superhero prosecuting the bad guys; but he was stuck in congress wearing their balls and chains.


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