Devin Nunes Discusses Rosenstein Testimony and Homeland Security Investigation…

House intelligence committee ranking member Devin Nunes appears on FBN with Liz MacDonald to discuss the latest events around senate investigations into the Obama-era DOJ, FBI and Intelligence Community surveillance operations.

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102 Responses to Devin Nunes Discusses Rosenstein Testimony and Homeland Security Investigation…

  1. flatlandgoober says:

    Lots of ways to obtain justice.

    Liked by 7 people

    • huecowacko says:

      Start a gofundme and hire someone like Dexter Morgan, that would be justice.

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    • Rhi says:

      And lots of time taken to achieve ‘justice’. Devin has submitted 8 referrals over a year ago. And planning on 5-10 more referrals in the coming weeks. And STILL NOT ONE DAMN INDICTMENT up till now! 😡

      Liked by 6 people

  2. Chip Doctor says:

    This is an effort to delay Durham while they try the next phase of the coup. This is all kabuki theatre. I have zero confidence in Johnson, Grassley, Graham or the other snakes.

    Liked by 23 people

    • I thought Grassley would snap out of his cantankerous ways after the “truth” started coming out but…….wrong again.

      Liked by 7 people

      • jeffsn4 says:

        The Senate is at least 99% corrupt, Paul still has a chance. Chuck G has been in the Senate for what? Nearly 40 years? And you really think HE is going to expose the swamp? I really don’t know what to say to that. You’re either a fraud or a moron.

        Liked by 6 people

        • oldumb says:

          No need to get rude. There are more than the 2 options you invented. Get over yourself.

          Liked by 6 people

          • Dutchman says:

            Grassley took me longer than thevrest, I confess. But he’s in on it, up to his ears.

            Dissapointed that Nunes talked about how they flipped the House in 2018, but blamed it all on Dems and IC, and said not a word about how Ryan enabled it to happen.

            And says FINALLY the Senate is holding hearings. Id Senate,Republicans had held the same kind of hearings Nunes was holding, shining light on this, THAT also would have made for a different outcome in 2018.

            Jordan at least aknowledged earlier, that Repiblicans wanted DJT out, as much as Dems in 2016.

            Take the gloves off, expose Graham and McConnell, and they lose their power.
            They ONLY retain power, so long as they remain in stealth mode.

            EXPOSE them, they lose credibility, and support of the base. And without that,…they are NOTHING.

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            • oldumb says:

              We have so few of congress on our side. It will take a generation to change that. Until then we lose, no matter the numbers.

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              • James Carpenter aka "Felix" says:

                A sobering truth. It is what it is.
                While the Barbarians are now full upon us. Sacking all of our Romes.

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              • Dutchman says:

                Its taken at LEAST a generation for it to get to this point.
                Remember “Rockerfeller Republicans”?
                Worked WITH Democrats, the media, FBI/CIA to deny Goldwater the Presidency, after they couldn’t keep the nomination from him?

                The evil has been in our midst for,a looooong time, and will not be easily dislodged.
                Personally, I feel that if the same power structure is in control of the Republican party after PDJT leaves office, it won’t matter WHO they run next.

                MAGA will not be sustained, and things will go right back ala papa bush after Reagan.

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                • hagarthorrible says:

                  do you really believe that WE have any hope of recovering our once great nation? the Bolshevik libs have won! the only choices open for us today, after being pushed to the extreme edges of our society by our freakin; friends and neighbors, is to either ‘take a knee’ and submit, or ‘lock amd load’ and rebel? voting means nothing now!

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                • Dutchman says:

                  hagarthorrible,
                  No, I do not believe that, at all.
                  The Conmunist have not one, yet, nor do I believe they can or will.
                  Even if Hillary HAD one, I do not believe THEY would have succeeded, because their underlieing plan was fundamentall flawed, in so many ways.
                  Conmunism is a CON, and similar to a ponzi scam. Eventually, every ponzi scam collapses, when it runs out of new suckers.
                  Conmunisms lifespan, as a con seems to be about 75 years, based on history to date.
                  CCP has been in existence for 70 years,…
                  And since the fall of USSR, CCP has been the recognised State sponsor of global conmunism.

                  One of the reasons THEY are in such a panic, is because the one exceptional country, capable of seriously damaging conmunism (America) is now opposing them, thru DJT, and while defeating the State sponsor doesn’t END Conmunism, it seriously diminishes it.
                  And, they are freaked out, and panicking with desperate measures, cause they know their weaknesses.
                  They know CCP cannot remain in control, with 4 more years.
                  They know the limits of what ballot fraud can accomplish, and that it can NOT overwhelm the kind of votes PDJT is,going to recieve.

                  Hence, they have fully revealed themselves, gone “all in” and engaged in one desperate, foolhardy flawed plan after another, to try to ‘take him out’.

                  Why not just hunker down, stay in stealth mode, try to delay and blunt his efforts for 8 years, and then undo as much as they can, as quickly as they can, after he is gone?

                  I THINK its because they know the serious, long lasting damage he can do, to their worldwide established corruption program, and the loss of their current State sponsor, would set their “movement” back by many years.
                  I am “cautiously optimistic” as I also believe this is a spiritual battle, God vs Satan, I know which entity is on each side, and my $ is on God and PDJT, and betting against Satan and the Globalists.

                  If it comes to lock and load, thats only after PDJT leaves office, and we’ll have to evaluate where things stand, at that point.
                  For now, difficult as it is, Cold Anger.
                  PDJT winning the election was a miracle. Objectively, there is no other explanation, other than divine intervention.
                  Frankly, the same thing could be said about the American revolution.
                  More miracles are coming, ..

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                • Toenail says:

                  I really don’t want to agree with- Dutchman- but I have the exact same fears. Indict someone or this country is history.

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                • oldumb says:

                  I hope you are wrong, fear you are not.

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                • Dutchman says:

                  Well, cleaning out a house of a hoarder, where every square foot is piled high with crap, takes some time.
                  Just setting fire to it, goes a lot quicker,..so we’ll see what happens.

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            • botchedcasuality says:

              I responded to a Graham solicitation for money explaining that since he didn’t step up and support MAGA, plus his foot dragging commencing “investigations”
              was too little to late. I turned off the spigot and will only support those who boldly President Trump support.

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            • Bigtex52 says:

              The Democrats in SC are the ones who assure Graham gets reelected every election. They always cross over in the primaries and eliminate his opposition. Who needs a Dem in that seat when you have Miss Lindsey??

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              • Dutchman says:

                Exactly. A Republicon can be more valuable to the Uniparty, than a dem.
                Nanzi or Ryan, who has actually done more harm to PDJT and the MAGA agenda?
                The RepubliCONs are like Faux news; they occupy the space of “conservative alternatives” preventing a conservative alternative from developing,…and they defend that position visciously.

                And so people watch Faux, just as people vote for Grahams,..”because the other is,worse”, but no the other is the SAME, and as long as you support, in any way, the phoney conservative alternative, we will never get a real one.

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          • jeffsn4 says:

            This clown again.

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    • jeffsn4 says:

      Durham himself is the actual kabuki theatre. It’s shocking that you haven’t seen that yet.

      Liked by 1 person

      • doyouseemyvision says:

        If he is working for Barr, you can bank on it. My biggest worry is we know we have Esper sabotaging Trump. With Wray arresting some ‘white supremicists’ today and not going after Antifa, I fear Wray and Barr are also sabotaging Trump and will not get to the bottom of this. The fact they haven’t arrested any Antifa to this point yet is inexcusable and impossible, unless you don’t want to.

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      • Somebody whiz in your Wheaties yesterday?

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  3. wlbeattie says:

    Finally, a politician that both talks and ACTS!
    (Actually there is a few – but not enough – YET!)

    Liked by 8 people

  4. Todd says:

    35 + subpoenas courtesy of Senator Ron Johnson.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/gop-votes-to-give-chairman-authority-to-subpoena-obama-officials/ar-BB152lLL

    GOP votes to give chairman authority to subpoena Obama officials….

    Lindsey Graham is still holding his sack.

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    • DJ says:

      “Lindsey Graham is still holding his sack.”
      ——————————————————–
      Maybe he would be.

      If he had one…

      Liked by 15 people

      • Zy says:

        Are you sure it wasn’t his purse?

        Liked by 2 people

      • madeline says:

        Just like these swamp creatures were told if they said anything about the Mueller probe they would be charged with obstruction, they are now told they will ruin them personally. And I am sure everyone of them has a file filled with stuff. Remember Miss Lindsay even wrote a bill protecting Mueller…they must have plenty on Miss Lindsay.

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        • hagarthorrible says:

          if they were in fact threatened in such a way…which I don’t believe…that in itself would have been a federal crime! the ‘threatened’ swamp creature would have been entitled to the full and undying protection of the highest levels of government…including SCOTUS and John Roberts. these people didn’t come forward…because they were ALL, every pissant one of them…IN ON THE COUP!

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      • 335blues says:

        It’s known that after amputation, the mind believes it is still there.
        They call it “phantom limb”.
        Apparently, Lyndsey Graham has “phantom sack”.

        Liked by 4 people

      • humaweiner says:

        It would appear that like Anderson, Lemon, Shep, Chrissie Wallace, Stelter, Fredo, Jussie & Kevin Durant that Miss Lindsay has a “little sugar in his tank”.

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  5. FreyFelipe says:

    On the matter of Homeland Security, and keeping in mind that JCS Gen. Milley, and ret Gen. Mattis seem to be signaling that they want the American military to get ready to execute a coup d’etat against duly elected President Trump and the United States constitution, I think the words of the “Father of the Constitution” should be remembered.

    A standing army is one of the greatest mischief that can possibly happen. Without standing armies liberty can never be in danger, nor with large ones safe
    -James Madison

    Liked by 6 people

    • G. Alistar says:

      Milley? Your smokin’ mind warping drugs. Mattis and his deep state brother Martin Dempsey seem to forget their oath to the US Constitution. Both whining about Trump hinting the “insurrection act” while both are stone cold silent about the attempted coup, the FISA court abuses and the set up of Michael Flynn. Not General Milley.

      Liked by 9 people

    • jeffsn4 says:

      I would also like to know Gen. Milley’s “signal”.

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    • hagarthorrible says:

      this is Barrack Obama’s military…he got rid of any opposition early and spent 8 years configuring the ‘command and control’ to meet trans formative ends; the former American military is now the ‘Red’ Bolshevik Army!

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  6. Linda K says:

    If only life was so simple! “We want people to pay a price for the crimes they have committed against the people.”

    Liked by 8 people

  7. Lawton says:

    What the Senate is doing doesn’t change anything. Either Barr let’s Durham arrest these crooks or he doesn’t. They should happen by late August I think or he is letting them off.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Dutchman says:

      Once PDJT said the words “Durham report”, I knew he knew Durham was a head fake. Because prosecutors write indictments, and they write declination memos.

      I knew when they trumpeted that Durhams investigation had “become a criminal investigation” and everyone got all excited, saying “now he can empanel grand juries, depose, indict.”

      Hello, he’s a FEDERAL PROSECUTOR!
      He ALWAYS had the authority to do ALL those things; THATS what prosecutors DO.

      Its a HEAD fake. The report will explain how he couldn’t find certai key evidence, neccesary to convict, like the original Flynn 302. Without it, you can not PROVE it was materially altered.

      And in every case, he will explain why he can’t prosecute. It will read like Comeys exhoneration press conference.
      “No reasonable prosecutor”.

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      • Bill Durham says:

        Barr strung it along with all the “spy talk”. End result will be that the president was spied on but not illegal. Process and procedures were violated. Those responsible were held accountable and fired. That’s what happens in the uniparty. They get fired not gitmo.

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        • Dutchman says:

          He qualified, and in so doing set the stage. Something like;
          “Will people be prosecuted?”
          “If we can develop a criminal case, to prove people violated the law, then yes people will be prosecuted.”

          On its face, its SOUNDS perfectly “reasonable”.

          But, as I have pointed out, without the original 302, you can not prove, in a court of law, beyond a reasonable doubt, that Page & Stroxz made materially relevant changes to the 302.
          Even having Pientka testify as to what he wrote, wouldn’t be sufficient.
          No 302, no conviction.

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          • No. If Pientka testifies as to what he wrote, and it conflicts with the later fake 302, or to others’ testimony, then there can be no reasonable doubt at all. Fake “reasonable doubt”, yes, but real reasonable doubt, no. All it takes are honest jurors.

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            • Dutchman says:

              The relationship between courts and the truth, is like the relationship between a warm puppy and a hot dog.
              It is NOT about what is, it is about what can be proven. If it can’t be proven, that it isn’t, or didn’t happen.
              “Good” lawyers can ‘prove’ something in court, that in fact never happened, and of coarse disprove, in court things that did, in fact, happen.

              Any testimony can be refuted: he would be testifying what he,REMEMBERS having written, some 3 years ago.
              Thats why CONTEMPORANEOUS notes have more value than reconstructed recollections.

              And in all likelyhood its true that “no reasonable prosecutor” would indict Page/Stroxz for ALTERING the 302’s, without the originals as evidence.

              Hence, KEY pieces of evidence are lost, found,…destroyed.

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          • botchedcasuality says:

            Whomever had the 302 last should be charged with destruction of evidence. Page, Stroczk the evidence clerk, whomever had last touch. Incarceration should be the consequence.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Criminal courts aren’t about “should, would, or could”, and there will never be concrete evidence, admisaable in court, irrefutably showing WHO had it last.
              Is there,SUPPOSED to be a clear “chain of evidence”? Sure.
              WILL there be? Heck no. These are cops and lawyers committing these crimes; they ARE arrogant, venal etc. but they ain’t srupid.

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      • bentley1blog says:

        dutchman…sadly you may be onto something.

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      • YeahYouRight says:

        It already is probably materially altered, as discussed at length by Page and Strozk. “Andy approved f302,” etc. Destroying evidence is also a crime. That’s a good one. Charge enough people with that, suddenly, that original 302 will suddenly appear out of nowhere!

        Jury’s still out on Durham, but he’s on a clock. The good news is that Senate can and should keep investigating right up to the election, just like the dems plan to do.

        It does kind of crack me up that the left thinks we will stay home on election day with all their antics. Remember Nixon? Reagan? Ha! They have no idea!

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        • Dutchman says:

          No, without the original, can’t prove tampering, and can’t prove destruction of evidence thats destroyed.

          IMHO, the Jury rendered its verdict and is home and back to their jobs, and only those in denial still think the Durham report will be more than a reprise of the Huber report.

          I think maybe they have SOME idea, hence their panic. But why have they gone so far off the rails this time,…instead of impeding his agenda, as much as they can for 8 years, and then undoing it, like they did with Reagan?

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  8. Jan says:

    Will we see Mattis making a run at the 2020 Presidency? We know he wanted to after he resigned but supposedly had been told to go for 2024. I am sick to my stomach over these over-the-top Republicans siding with the Democrats and trashing the President. The media bears no relation to the truth.

    Now the military is getting in the midst of this because Pres. Trump mentioned he could use the Insurgency Act. He didn’t say he’d do it now. He’s waiting on the governors and mayors to do their jobs. But it could be the Chinese see Mattis as their new wrecking America tool? Obviously, Mattis has NO economic policy that would affect China.

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  9. Todd says:

    Lindsey is on the hot seat…

    https://www.postandcourier.com/politics/lindsey-graham-to-face-3-little-known-gop-primary-challengers-for-2020-reelection/article_145864ec-72a2-11ea-a784-77b2597d49c8.html

    Lindsey Graham to face 3 little-known GOP primary challengers for 2020 reelection

    …. President Trump can withdraw his endorsement of Graham in a heartbeat. Taking back his endorsement means a lot. 64-0, Lindsey.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Yy4u says:

      This is the problem. O r is it the ministry plan? A RINO is in trouble in the primary so two or three “Republicans” run too. Happens all the time in my city and state.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Peppurr says:

      I’m hoping POTUS will withdraw his endorsement. I’m so tired of these two-faced politicians. Should be term limits, imo. Seldom do we ever see a Democrat talking out of both sides of their mouth. They toe the party line well.

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  10. Beau Geste says:

    If we assume that Dana Boente, who is not leaving until the end of June, is an ‘insider’ with high-level access to all FBI information who may support or ‘leak’ to the ‘resistance’ under investigation by Durham,
    then nothing will happen until well after he is gone and his cronies isolated. So that does look like August, if anything other than “more ethics training is needed so this never happens again…”

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    • California Joe says:

      Boente is probably gone and using excess leave over 240 hours to get paid

      Liked by 3 people

      • Rhoda R says:

        Of if he is there he’s been shuttled to a basement office somewhere.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Beau Geste says:

          no windows, computer or phone. Hope you are right.
          Also, if he was actively involved in the coup attempt, or keeping the coup plotters and leakers from being indicted, I hope he is indicted.
          Maybe he was fired because he is under investigation by Durham?

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  11. Revelation says:

    Looking at the sheer insanity on full display at the moment, it sure looks like Durham and Barr will do something. Certainly the Senate treatment of Rosenstein shows he at least has flipped.

    Either that or its wishful thinking and the US is screwed.

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  12. LFOD603 says:

    Forget Lindsey and his useless “investigation” which is clearly another stall tactic; everything needed to end this now is already in hand – MR RATCLIFFE ARE YOU OUT THERE? IS THE MOMENT TOO BIG FOR YOU?

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    • Dutchman says:

      Two weeks earlier, …maybe 3, Lindsey said he would NOT hold hearings, until Durhams criminal investigation was completed.

      WHAT CHANGED? The FISA renewal, that they thought they had negotiated to pass, went down in flames.

      And, WHAT are his hearings about?
      FISA abuse. He will have the hearings, investigate to exhonerate, and then they will make some meaningless ‘reforms’ and attempt to renew FISA.

      THATS the reason he reversed position, and THATS why he is having these hearings.

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  13. GB Bari says:

    Let’s give a hat tip to Liz MacDonald for letting Devin speak without annoying interruptions like happens with so many other Fox hosts.

    Kudos, Liz!
    🙂

    Liked by 8 people

    • Bromdale says:

      I could imagine that having Liz MacDonald flash you a smile, genuinely keen that you should “come back soon”, would make all the hard work worthwhile.

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  14. Liberty Forge says:

    Doesn’t it feel like Devin Nunes is fighting this entire “thing” all by himself?

    God bless this man.

    Liked by 9 people

    • livefreeordieguy says:

      It really does, LF… He is a very resilient and honorable guy who has had precious little help… He has a scant few-but-loyal allies in the Freedom Caucus but the Senate is hopelessly corrupt with only Cruz, Hawley, Paul and one or two others who are worth a sh!t….

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      • Beau Geste says:

        make some campaign donations to them, and to PDJT, but not the scummy congresscritters. Let PDJT dole it out as he thinks best.

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    • Alli says:

      Liberty forge. I think Nunes is one of the bravest Patriots in our time. He’s been as transparent as allowed given what he knows and can’t go into detail. This interview with Nunes was helpful to hear at a time like this.
      He’s always given a clear message of where things are in the moment. God Bless him

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  15. romy911 says:

    With all the other craziness, I missed the news about the Senator Johnson subpoenas. I still have some faith in Ron Johnson, but I’m not naive enough to believe the Senate is going to expose The Deep State. They are The Deep State.
    I’m not giving up though or losing heart. No way the majority of the country supports the lawlessness.

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  16. jx says:

    > “So that’s way it’s so critical that the United States Senate is finally doing something”

    The Republican controlled United States Senate.

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  17. In the Land of Poz says:

    Even taking into account Rosenstein self-protection and throwing FBI under the bus, his testimony does reinforce a couple of things. It raises the level to which we can assume Comey was corrupt and Machiavellian in his insufferable legalistic administrative way, but it also strengthens the idea that McCabe was an utterly satanic puppetmaster, a Mafioso constantly running dirty operations within the FBI, with enough blackmail material on enough people to feel perfectly safe doing so. Comey and Mueller have standard miscarriage-of-justice stuff on their hands as part of their careers, people rotting in jail to protect FBI agents and so on, but one has to wonder whether McCabe did genuine psychopathic stuff like having people killed because he could.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Seth Rich didn’t kill himself,…neither did Epstien.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Brutalus says:

        Neither will Chauvin

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      • In the Land of Poz says:

        That’s exactly the kind of stuff that comes to mind. McCabe doesn’t seem all that bright by top-tier DC standards, nor very careful or concerned with having to protect himself. So how did he acquire the necessary favors to get the position and feel that level of impunity? Orchestrating all sorts of outcomes for all sorts of benefactors from within FBI headquarters would seem like an ideal way to collect that currency…

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        • Beau Geste says:

          he is a dem protector, and his wife is a big-time dem, that’s how. Fortunately she was defeated despite crooked donation support.

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        • Lady Sid says:

          McCabe had been with NYC FBI and lived in Chappaqua where he became acquainted with the Clintons. Hillary was a US Senator from NY before she was Obama’s SOS. I imagine they had a lot to talk about. What does McCabe’s wife look like? Maybe she and Bill became friends, too;-) This might explain Andy’s “cocky” attitude.

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  18. Fools Gold says:

    Hip Hip Hooray for Devin and house R intelligence committee! What Nunes couldn’t say is is the rhino led Senate has been part of the coup since prior to 2016 (for proof Look no further than Rhino Judiciary act right before the nov. election. For some in the dark they’re now increasingly trying to throw everyone under the Trump train without getting run over by it them self’s in order to live/fight another day….Devin knows it and many of us know it as well. Sad thing is it’s so predictable…can you imagine the cold anger Lt Gen. Flynn and Donald J Trump feels?

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    • Fools Gold says:

      It’s apparent to me this sorta shit is the new normal for years to come. Only 5 months until election. Anyone still looking for the big ugly? Ironically that’s exactly what is become!

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  19. regitiger says:

    the secret police spy powers must not be shuttered.

    the ability to steal private secrets is the highest commodity AND IS the quantum of ALL POWER.

    we see this as unconstitutional…and that is true…it represents the single greatest threat to liberty security and freedom.

    but WE do not have access to these powers…nor should we desire to.

    and apparently WE do not have any power to alter these powers. elected officials? the same secret police that has and will continue to use these secret spy powers…the collective technocrats that make these powers capable and concealed and very very enriching…?

    how can we make any changes? seems a mountain too tall? doesn’t it?

    do we? can we? how could we?

    when facing an enemy of overwhelming superior firepower, the only means to alter the battle field are:

    I.. defeat….just give in. take it….(most people will do this…reality)
    II. organize, plan and strategy…(this CAN BE DONE, but requires a willingness to fight)
    a) focus, surprise, maneuver, boldness, decentralized decision making, rapid tempo, solid opsec, targeting critical vulnerabilities, necessary risk taking and sacrifice.

    this is the battle, should you choose to engage.

    or ..you can twiddle around and just accept option I. defeat.

    the window is indeed closing fast….

    WE WILL NEVER HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY AT ANY OTHER TIME THAN RIGHT NOW TO IMPACT CHANGE AND ALTER THE COURSE OF OUR FUTURE DESTINY WE EXPECT THOSE THAT FOLLOW TO INHERIT.

    We are either patriots, principled to honor a common cause that opposes a secret police main government that has proven adversarial to everything that is good and decent and God Fearing, or we are NOT.

    If you wait to have this proven, you’ll be right either way!

    Write your history….be your own hero.

    Make a difference.

    there is no one coming to save America.

    It is entirely up to US..WE THE PEOPLE.

    God Bless…and make God give you the power and the glory for all righteous actions.

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  20. spinoneone says:

    No, Mr. Nunes is wrong on one point. It is not that the GOP won’t trust the FBI for generations to come, it’s that there will not be a GOP, period!

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    • hagarthorrible says:

      there isn’t now…we are ruled by the ‘Oligarchy of $$$’; the swamp dwelling politicians are paid ‘pinatas’ hanging their to deflect our attention from our true mortal enemies!

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  21. amwick says:

    This may be wishful thinking on my part, but my spidey senses picked up a tiny glimmer of optimism from Congressman Nunes. He just seemed a bit more cheerful..

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  22. Winston says:

    3.5 years of blah, blah, blah to zero effect… No real deterrent to this happening again. This all has simply helped future perps to implement “better” procedures based upon what they’ve learned. But, come to think of it, are “better” procedures actually necessary considering the lack of any significant consequences for them this time?

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  23. Gary says:

    Gateway pundit. Flynn is communicating with us. Says he isn’t done.

    Liked by 1 person

  24. CharterOakie says:

    Devin Nunes, patriot, hero.

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  25. JCS says:

    Think people. Listen to his words and understand that a typical RICO investigation takes 3-5 years to bring and this is one big freaking RICO case basically. It HAS to be airtight, they ALL have to be brought to justice, especially the higher-up people. Are there crooked senators on both sides? DUH!! Hell yes!! In the House? DUH!! Hell yes!! Everywhere in our bloated government? F-Yess!!!Is everything we are seeing from Russia Hoax, Ukraine Impeachment, China Virus, push for mail-in ballot fraud, and now massive ginned-up civil unrest an all-out effort to stop what is SLOWLY but surely coming out/to a head? Hell YES!! Have FAITH. It is literally unfolding before you and you’re screaming about the details you don’t understand or how things USED to work. Those days are gone!!! Thank God.

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  26. Mueller was never appointed under the Special Counsel Statute

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