Devin Nunes Discusses Testimony of Sally Yates…

HPSCI ranking member Devin Nunes appears on Fox News with Liz MacDonald to discuss the testimony of former Deputy AG Sally Yates.

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387 Responses to Devin Nunes Discusses Testimony of Sally Yates…

  1. What I would pay to have an hour with Rep. Nunes and ask him what he really thinks and have him no longer holding back confidential info he can’t repeat to the public – I can practically smell the cold anger in him, given what he has had to face – I can imagine he is every bit the man Lee Smith paints him up to be!

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  2. starfcker says:

    Where were our GOP senators? Goes back to asking the right questions. “You were fired for insubordination, were you not, Ms. Yates? Every single Senator should have asked that question first.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      Everything transpired after getting busted tor spying by the contractors. We need more detail on this. At this point, why do we not have a detailed report on the spying that was conducted by the IG? That is going to be where the bodies are found.

      Years of spying and no executive summary…

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    • Issy says:

      starfcker: They probably didn’t ask because that was one of the areas that the chairman and Ms. Yates had agreed not to discuss. I find it interesting that witnesses can set the parameters of what the questions will be. That and of course the republicans cannot be seen as appearing rude. Congeniality must be preserved by the jr. Uniparty.

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      • dbobway says:

        “They probably didn’t ask because that was one of the areas that the chairman and Ms. Yates had agreed not to discuss.”
        Based on The House committee hearing on AG Bill Barr,
        Mr. Barr didn’t get an opportunity to discuss anything to make his hearing, congenial.
        AG Barr is the present, duly sworn in, AG.
        Sally Yates was fired for insubordination, acting in place of the AG.
        This is the core of the matter.

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        • Justin Green says:

          I think one difference is that Yates is no longer employed and Barr is.

          To coax Yates into testifying, when she has no ongoing duty to do so, it becomes a sort of negotiation. She had to know she was going to face somewhat tough questions from Republicans.

          That’s my take on it anyway. It’s all a show-circus. For whom, I don’t know. 99.999999999999% of America never watch the public hearings anyway.

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          • Hans says:

            Let’s make this clearer… Ms Graham has subpoena power.. but that would appear too confrontational.. let’s make the American public think they all work for the greater good. All those aids doing their jobs.. it was an oops..

            I also noticed no one asked who the aids were ( in her office) that reviewed the FISA Application. It just like they did not want to put the review staff in harms way/sarc.

            I’m quite sure the aid would have a different history to tell and Ms Logan Yates could wind up under the bus with James Comey.

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            • Issy says:

              Hans: I would have been interested in questions regarding her run to the White House to get Flynn fired. He was such a security threat he was subject to blackmail. Blackmail, Over What? I guess that question wasn’t allowed either.

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          • dbobway says:

            Sally Yates has committed crimes that, General Flynn, Roger Stone did not commit.
            She needs to be drilled by a prosecutor, holding an indictment, with her name on it, in his hand.

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        • mikeyboo says:

          dbobway-I think your comment raises important points. Yates was not asked the “hard” questions that would have revealed both her arrogance and corruption.

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        • TheWanderingStar says:

          That’s a good point. It would be nice to get the agreed upon ground rules and any disclaimers before they start the hearing. That information would answer more questions about what is going than the actual so called questioning. (Evidently I’ve been banned by WP from ‘Like’, so you can add 1 more from me!) ;>))

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      • nats1mom says:

        Hmmm, I wonder where “congeniality” was when AG Barr was placed front/center a few weeks ago.

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    • DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

      It’s too bad Fightin’ Roy Blunt is not on the committee. Fightin’ Roy would have figuratively set the room on fire.

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    • Jonesy says:

      They should have asked her the name of her law firm in Atlanta, ask her who else from the DOJ works or worked there in same firm. Then when she brings up Rod Rosentein’s name, ask many questions if she and Rod had any form of communication about and coordination of each other’s Senate hearings and work on Crossfire and DOJ. Also, make sure to have her link FBI Director/Former Partner there and ask about his new hire from King and Spalding. Again, so many law firms in the US and always the same DOJ/FBI connections.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Why did you refuse to write a brief for your client (the President) on an issue upheld at the Supreme Court?
      Lawyers conventionally argue issues they may personally disagree with. If they can’t do a good job at it, they MUST RESIGN. Why didn’t you resign instead of refusing a perfectly reasonable request from your client? Are you unethical?

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  3. Linda K. says:

    Liz seems to be getting a clue here, that Sally is not believable. I also enjoyed Sally Yates telling Lindsey Graham that she would “never” sign a fraudulent document, although she did so twice at least , when she authorized the FISA warrants on Carter Page. Sally Yates thinks we should believe she is ethical. Devin Nunes is a champion! Must be lonely for him in Washington.

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    • YvonneMarie says:

      Ok he is a champion.
      But why did he feel the need to say in public 10 weeks before the national election that General Flynn should never have been fired by President Trump. What good does that do our cause to win Nov 3 ?
      Republicans judge & divide their own.
      Commi Democrats stick together in public.
      I mean it really is not necessary in inject that opinion to the world.
      Trump has enough problems with voters who are suffering from losing their businesses. They are mostly Trump voters….
      Save the “Nines is a champion” for the 2024 campaign, cause if Trump loses this,
      the national elections will look like Detroit forever.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Caving to fire Flynn was one of the few times I feel that Trump caved to pressure built by the media and DeepState. Whatever the details were the story of the FBI was accepted over Flynn’s version. I certainly understand the desire to put out the fire around a brand new administration and get on with his America First agenda.

        Both Liz and Nunes seem pretty pissed. We are just about there now.

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      • steph_gray says:

        That didn’t bother me. I think it helps make it 100% crystal clear and simple to the public that PDJT was the target of despicable lies that caused an unwarranted firing. Sally Yates is one of the prime liars in that mix.

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  4. BitterC says:

    Devin’s words at the very end have not gotten much attention, that Hillary hired Steele to dig up Russian dirt because she planned to use it to contest the election results IF SHE LOST.

    And she basically has been for 4 years

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    • I believe the story goes: Hillary/DNC hired Fusion GPS. Fusion hired Steele. Steele source a Russian American from the liberal Brookings Institution to make up dirt on Donald Trump so the corrupt intelligent community could continue illegal surveillance on Trump to derail his campaign and remove him as president, and have a reason for their illegal surveillance if they got busted. The evil and corruption really steams me.

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      • Tom W. says:

        Close, but not quite.

        John McCain gave the Steele dossier to the Obama admin. It was originally funded by a republican source.

        “It has been widely reported for several months that the campaign of an anti-Trump Republican initially funded the dossier before Democrats took over payments to Washington firm Fusion GPS as the 2016 primaries began to conclude.

        The Post’s story came amid intensifying efforts from some Republicans on Capitol Hill to compel Fusion GPS to reveal who financed the dossier, which was compiled by former British intelligence operative Christopher Steele. Last week, two partners in the firm appeared before the House Intelligence Committee but refused to testify.”

        https://www.newsweek.com/republicans-trump-russia-dossier-clinton-692664

        Last May, Lindsey Graham said he urged McCain to turn over the dossier to the FBI.

        “Prior to his death, McCain admitted to personally handing the dossier to then-FBI Director James Comey but he refused repeated requests for comment about whether he had a role in providing the dossier to BuzzFeed, including numerous inquiries sent to his office by this reporter.

        In his book published last year, McCain maintained he had an “obligation” to pass the dossier charges against Trump to Comey and he would even do it again. “Anyone who doesn’t like it can go to hell,” McCain exclaimed.”

        https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/03/20/john-mccain-associate-provided-dossier-to-obama-national-security-council/

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        • Zy says:

          Ms. Lindsey knows exactly the level of Songbird’s involvement.

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          • Fubu says:

            Saying the Steele dossier was originally funded by a Republican to imply that it was they who can up with all the Russian BS was the intent of the Clinton group. The pass off to McStain was another head fake from the Clinton cabal.

            And then you have Big John blowing… “Anyone who doesn’t like it can go to hell,” McCain exclaimed.” Sounds like he was inviting people to come down to visit?

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        • rickinhouston says:

          Specifically – from a quick Google search – the timeline is:

          Oct 2015 – Before the start of the Republican primaries. Anti-Trump Republicans hired Steele to write a dossier trying to connect Trump to Putin.

          May 2016 – Trump wins Republican nomination. DNC and Hillary Clinton hire Fusion GPS to make contact with Steele and continue research on Candidate Trump.

          Danchenko (sp?) – no specific date, only in 2016 Steele asked Danchenko for help writing Steele dossier.

          Dates that don’t match up:

          “Before the election, McStain gives Comey the Steele Dossier to try and change the course of the Presidential election.

          Nov 2016 – McStain attends conference in Halifax. Sir Andrew Wood meets up with him and tells McStain of dossier. He gets a copy to give to Comey.

          I’ll correct, if anyone has more accurate dates. This was very quick.

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        • Right to reply says:

          Also interesting, that when Jeb Bush was out of the running, NSA deleted all Bush files from the NSA database

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        • gary says:

          the dossier was originally funded by repubs? thats news to me.

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          • Wethal says:

            Paul SInger, a billionaire RINO, originally hired Fusion GPS to get dirt on Trump for the primaries.

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            • Redzone says:

              To be clear, this is very different than “originally funding the Dossier.” That language is how the Dems spin it. They are 2 separate activities.

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            • Alex1689 says:

              Debunked. Singer wanted dirt, but the Steele Dossier was contracted for AFTER Singer pulled out of the hunt. This is one of those deliberately circulated lies that somehow continues to make the rounds. Useful for perpetuating the notion that it was not a Clinton sourced oppo, assisted by a variety of deep staters.

              Treepers can’t be fooled by this particular will o’ the wisp.

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          • Issy says:

            gary: The way I heard it was that it was an organization that supported Rubio. When he dropped out, the organization dropped it.

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          John McCain gave the Steele dossier to the Obama admin. It was originally funded by a republican source.

          Not quite
          The Steele Dossier was NOT funded by a republican source.
          Steele was not even hired by FusionGPS until AFTER the RINO stopped funding the project. (See Glenn Simpson’s testimonies)

          There were “proto-dossiers” (Lee Smith) of oppo-research dirt with various versions of junk circulating. Those were unaffiliated with Christopher Steele.

          John McCain learned about the Dossier in November 2016 AFTER the election.
          He sent his aide David Kramer to track it down.
          McCain ultimately DID give a copy of the Dossier to the FBI in DECEMBER 2016.

          But they ALREADY HAD all of it by the time he did.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          John McCain is still dead.

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        • WSB says:

          Don’t believe everything in print. The dossier was NOT part of the original oppo research by Steyer.

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        • WRB says:

          Close, but not quite.

          John McCain gave the Steele dossier to the Obama admin. It was originally funded by a republican source.

          There is nothing quite so annoying as a “know-it-all” pushing BS. There is a difference between Opposition research and the full-on fraud of the Steele dossier, concocted by the dems. Steele was brought on-board after the repubs dropped Fusion GPS.

          From that bastion of truth (/s) the NY Times
          See https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/25/us/politics/steele-dossier-trump-expained.html

          “The Free Beacon — which was funded by a major donor supporting Mr. Trump’s rival for the party’s nomination, Senator Marco Rubio of Florida — told Fusion GPS to stop doing research on Mr. Trump in May 2016, as Mr. Trump was clinching the Republican nomination.

          After Mr. Trump secured the nomination, Fusion GPS was hired on behalf of Mrs. Clinton’s campaign and the D.N.C. by their law firm, Perkins Coie, to compile research about Mr. Trump, his businesses and associates — including possible connections with Russia. It was at that point that Fusion GPS hired Mr. Steele, who has deep sourcing in Russia, to gather information.”

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        • C2C says:

          There were multiple copies of the Steele dossier that made it to the FBI, McCain’s was just one of them. And it was Liz that said at the end of the interview that Steele testified in London that Hillary wanted dirt in case she lost

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        Good old “cutouts”.

        Humm, was the Russian American an employee? Did they follow all the applicable labor laws? s/

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        • Issy says:

          Perot Conservative: Hillay’s team hired a foreign national with Russian connections to compile dirt on Trump?? Is that permitted under election laws?

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    • TJ says:

      -A British court decision unmasks new evidence of FBI abuses in the Russia collusion probe.

      “The ruling discloses that officials at the State Department where Hillary Clinton had served as secretary of state were uniquely involved in Steele’s efforts to bring the dossier to attention, including Mrs. Clinton’s former Russia expert Assistant Secretary Victoria Nuland, Clinton’s successor as secretary of state John Kerry and Joe Biden’s former national security adviser Tony Blinken.”

      https://justthenews.com/accountability/russia-and-ukraine-scandals/new-steele-evidence-strengthens-durham-prosecution

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      • Right to reply says:

        Kerry who got on a plane and traveled to Iran!

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      • Issy says:

        TJ: Victoria Nuland, her name keeps surfacing, but nobody seems interested in what she knew/did. She seems to have been heavily involved in the Ukraine mess too.

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        • steph_gray says:

          Crony of the whistleblower as well. Finger in every pie all along. Still very active.

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        • steph_gray says:

          My first reply has yet to appear (treepers wondering why they can’t like comments should scroll down and read sundance’s article about Comments problems), but I forgot to add:

          By “whistleblower” I meant the weaselblower “Charlie”marella, not an actual whistleblower!

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          • Issy says:

            steph_gray: I will be signed in, but I can’t like a comment unless I post a comment first. Sometimes if another blog post is still open in a tab I can. I have tried all the tricks and nothing works except posting a comment.

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      • stripmallgrackle says:

        FISC Judge: “And the evidence you’re submitting has been corroborated.”
        Willing Stooge: “Absolutely, your Honor. Subsequent interviews conducted by the Washington Post produced witness accounts that confirmed we have the goods.”

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      • newbietreepper says:

        Dan Bongino’s podcast on Tuesday #1313 talks about the plot being the movie script that the left has been using for years. Same Alpha bank same Russian oligarchs. He has been very clear about Glenn Simpson and his wife and her role. I know Dan reads this blog and has cited it many times.

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      • Alligator Gar says:

        I think they mean Victoria NUDLEMAN. Silly beotch. People think changing a last name that everyone already knows changes them? Was she that ashamed of her birth name? Ridiculous.

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  5. Reaganite says:

    Devin N calls Yates”The most oblivious depoty AG in US history” .

    DN subtly NODS affirmitively at “Yates cannot be believed given the timeline.”

    The Jan 5 meeting is now obvious criminal conspiracy of Spygate
    cabal….Liz M gets this.

    As they throw “gone rogue” Comey under the so called bus, does
    Yates look less a conspirator ?

    In his summary at hearing,
    why does Graham assure Yates that she didn’t do anything wrong?

    Oh to be a fly on Sundance’s wall as he hears all this, and hears
    Nunes saying cabal is guilty of framing Trump/Flynn of
    doing “exactly what they (themselves) were doing.”

    Do we get the impression
    Devin Nunes has been talking to Sundance, and that Liz McDonald
    knows more than most ?

    Prayers for Truth to set us free. And for Truth, so abused of late,
    to be pulically set free.

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  6. Reaganite says:

    Publicly, I should’ve typed.

    Despite the reluctance of some Senate R’s at hearing
    to ask harder questions and followups, there were some
    good moments. I wish I had heard it all.

    I also would like to be cognizant fly of how Durham
    and Barr are reacting to all this. Surely
    they are just as appalled, and know more, than Liz McDonald.

    The pressure on Durham and Bar is immense.

    It is notable that the false hysteria about Barr as errand boy
    for P45 has reached full TDS level now.

    The world s waiting for the sunrise, and the obliviousness
    and finger pointing among the corrupt cabal is surely
    looking more transparently daily. Sometimes I wish The Polls
    would poll THAT .

    The laugh quotient of Susan Rice’s memo to self
    would get better reviews daily, surely, given the assurance
    of Liz McDonald in this interview with Nunes.

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    • mobgrazer says:

      “The false hysteria about Barr being an errand boy for P45. ”
      It is false, but it is also preemptive planned hysteria, which will assuredly get worse. They accused Kavanaugh of being a high school gang rapist…and he wasn’t a direct threat to them

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      • Zorro says:

        Herr you go.

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        • Right to reply says:

          If they were serious in their efforts. Weissmann would be the first one they take down.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Robert Smith says:

          Under the guise of “whistleblowers” they want to know where and how much Durham knows. Nice trick.

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        • willthesuevi says:

          I would be very surprised if anyone steps up to help Weissman as a whistle blower at this point.

          Everyone can see the wheels coming off this thing. No one wants to be a part of the charade anymore, except the clowns already invested in the BS.

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      • steph_gray says:

        They accused Kavanaugh of being a high school gang rapist…and he wasn’t a direct threat to them

        Um, yes. And um – they failed!

        And people remember it.

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  7. JackB says:

    The Obama administration used law enforcement and intelligence assets to interfere in a presidential election and frame the opposition party candidate. This is a conspiracy. And the conspirators should all be indicted.

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    • Judith says:

      It’s also a treasonous COUP. And ALL the co-conspirators should hang by nooses.

      Liked by 7 people

    • stripmallgrackle says:

      Now that it’s August 2020, here’s what happens next. Any indictments that come down less than ninety days before the election will be reported as “ELECTION-LECTION-LECTION INTERFERENCE-FERENCE-FERENCE” by the same media that had PLEASE STAND BY on the screen when Mueller’s SCO put any exculpatory evidence Trump could have declassified under lock and key in 2018.

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    • Rileytrips says:

      Jack B, not only did they do that, that was only the beginning – they loaded every federal dept, including intelligence agencies and law enforcement, with their own loyal activist minions to constantly obstruct the Trump Administration and find ways to spy and leak any classified info to them to try to get the duly elected, sworn into office, new President impeached and run out of office.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        That was how they are being exposed to us now. But they were put in for that fundamental transformation O’bama so much liked to say. The administrative state has unbelievable power, as mostly unquestioned life-long public servants, to wreck America.

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  8. Jason says:

    Why is Sen. Graham so nervous in questioning Yates? His body language is interesting.

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  9. Realist says:

    ALL roads are finally being pointed back to where the originated with Bath House Barry HUSSEIN Soetero Obama and his CORRUPT Administration

    Liked by 11 people

    • Papoose2007 says:

      Yes, all Roads do lead back to the Usurpation of the Presidency in 2008. And that being said, the real mystery is why THEY all looked away to let it happen. What did the Chicago Cabal know that forced the Swamp to permit an ineligible candidate run in the first place?

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      • Tango268 says:

        I think you might be a long-lost sibling of mine. It is so clear that this is what caused out government to take a wrong turn and explains why neither party is willing to turn back.

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        • Papoose2007 says:

          Absolutely. We know as does President Trump, thus the relentless vitriol and attacks.

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        • Judith says:

          Behind Globalism mask is Communism. UN’s Agenda 21: The New/One World Order signed in 1992 by Poppy Bush, the Clinton Foundation, 9/11’s PATRIOT ACT in 2001. All roads lead back to UNiparty traitors.

          Makes it hard for DC swamprats to point fingers when *both* parties are heavily implicated in a Communist plan to end the USA and usher in Totalitarian rule.

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          • And behind communism’s mask is fascism, hence your last sentence about “Totalitarian rule.”

            Mask after mask after mask hiding the real agenda. Fascism. The “marriage” of state and corporatism (Big Tech), as it was originally defined is fascism, as with Mussolini. They pretend to investigate Big Tech at state, but what changes?

            It is a totalitarian rule by criminals with big plastic smiles and long-winded platitudes.

            Yuge change must come, and soon.

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          • pyromancer76 says:

            Nice comment, Judith, to keep us with the larger picture. One addition that Sundance has always kept before us: there are $$$trillions at stake. And each actor from the various arms of treachery against Americans (including vast amounts from China to keep everyone on track) has “a job” to do to keep up their sumptuous life style or crazy grandiosity.

            The latest elements at home are Covid-19 shut-down with training for submission plus being tracked, and Anifa-BLM terrorists beginning their carving out of independent territories within our nation. (This latter aspect is part of “crazy-grandiosity” instilled from birth.)

            What a courageous President we elected. He has had to track and target all of these enemy elements. TCH provides one magnificent general and splendid troops for this American war. MAGA KAG

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      • Peoria Jones says:

        ^^^ Question of the century.

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      • LafnH20 says:

        Papoose2007,
        In reference to your last sentence…

        Too bad we can’t ask the “Lion of the Senate”. Guess, we’ll just have to settle for…..

        https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2015/03/30/how-ted-kennedy-helped-change-the-course-of-the-2008-election/

        FTA

        Seven years ago, Ted Kennedy changed the course of the 2008 Democratic presidential primary. He endorsed Barack Obama over Hillary Clinton.

        Here’s the key passage from Kennedy’s speech that late January day at American University:

        “There was another time, when another young candidate was running for president and challenging America to cross a New Frontier. He faced public criticism from the preceding Democratic president, who was widely respected in the party. Harry Truman said we needed “someone with greater experience” — and added: “May I urge you to be patient.” And John Kennedy replied: “The world is changing. The old ways will not do … It is time for a new generation of leadership.”
        So it is with Barack Obama. He has lit a spark of hope amid the fierce urgency of now. I believe that a wave of change is moving across America. If we do not turn aside, if we dare to set our course for the shores of hope, we together will go beyond the divisions of the past and find our place to build the America of the future.”

        If you care to hear the “Sales Pitch”..

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        • Papoose2007 says:

          Heard it all and I remember the dates and times… have been following the Usurper since his days at Trinity United Chuch of Christ and their 12 Marxists goals to destroy the middle class that was scrubbed,of course.

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  10. nckhawk says:

    Where are the Brennan and Clapper questions? Looks like Comey, Mccabe, the lovers and perhaps the Orhs are being set-up for as the scapegoats. Anybody cooperating in that bunch? While on the subject of cover-up, how have DWS, AW’s laptop and the Paki brothers IT escapades so effortlessly moved into the distant rear-view mirror?

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  11. nckhawk says:

    Where are the Brennan and Clapper questions? Looks like Comey, Mccabe, the lovers and perhaps the Orhs are being set-up for as the scapegoats. Anybody cooperating in that bunch? While on the subject of cover-up, how have DWS, AW’s laptop and the Paki brothers IT escapades so effortlessly moved into the distant rear-view mirror?

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    • ncbirdnwrd says:

      What is blatantly missing in all this questioning is the so-called “2 – hop” issue. Carter Page was not being surveilled, everyone around him was and that means Donald Trump and the campaign that she kept denying . These Senators are as oblivious as Yates. Very angry.

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  12. lotbusyexec says:

    Heather McDonald IS a keeper! Praying this ends soon and guikty party’s ALL face real Justice! And on a side note wasn’t Steels report foreign interference?

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  13. Marycontrary says:

    Until Brennan is wearing orange I will not believe that the clean up is going to happen. The head of the snake has to be cut off to keep it from striking . Does anyone recall Sally yates saying that ‘you don’t want to make Brennan mad ‘ ?

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    • MVW says:

      All you need to realize the DC and world crooks are on the gallows, noose around necks, hands and feet tied is to look how desperate the DNC, BigMedia, BigTech, BigPharma, BigGlobalCorps, Communist China are.

      They are literally burning cities, firing police departments, shutting people and small businesses down, doing everything to destroy America and America’s economy. AND setting up the November vote to be stolen or **uncountable** by flooding the Dem states with fake ballots.

      This would not happen unless there was a 100% reason to burn the house down.

      No. The jig is up and 4 more years of Trump would be more devastating to these crooks than an orange jump suit and dropped soap. No one acts this desperate unless faced with certain disaster as the alternative.

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    • Jederman says:

      Yes, if held to the same standard we are, he should be in jail.

      I can’t shake the lingering “why” question. Were these all a bunch of true believers acting on principle? Everyone one of the characters, other than Steel, Paige, Papa… (civilians) were bureaucrats. Bureaucrats are about career and pension. Why would they assume this kind of criminal risk?

      Yes, obama, vain and shallow to his empty core, probably wanted to preserve his dismal “legacy.” The others, the bureaucrats, have seen legacies rise and vanish over their years in gvt. Why would they give a rats now?

      Tin foil hat or not, I believe they were stimulated by hidden hands, and given the threat PT and nationalism poses to the socialist/globalist agenda, and the fact that obama spent 8 yrs as an errand boy at the top of the U.S. gvt, it’s private sector interests using fed gvt resources to protect their power and wealth.

      Perhaps I missed it but why would they all conspire like this because they wanted clinton to win and not PT? Who really benefits?

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      • Jederman, anyone that would label your post as “tin foil” probably hasn’t paid much attention yet or done any research.

        You’re spot on imo, after plenty of years of research. So, as to who benefits? They all do, with those who benefit the most being the globalists “at the top”.

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        Why would they assume this kind of criminal risk?

        SD has been covering the reason multiple times for multiple years.

        They assumed the “criminal risk” YEARS AGO.
        The Obama Admin first used the IRS for their political spying and intel
        When “caught”, they switched to using the NSA database of signals intelligence.
        This is the importance of the April 2017 FISA Court Opinion,”outside contractors”,etc.

        Beyond political purposes….this NSA data might have even been monetized in some fashion for allies and cronies.

        Donald Trump was NOT the first victim
        There were many.
        And that is what they are trying to cover up.

        SHE WASN’T SUPPOSED TO LOSE.

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      • steph_gray says:

        ICYMI, I refer you back to sundance’s article of a couple of days ago, all about the motive that we here at CTH, in our patriotism and furious simmering (and fully justified!) anger about the rape of Constitution, sometimes tend to forget:

        The money motive. Insider trading opportunity for connected contractors with unlimited access to NSA secrets.

        Follow the money. Trillions at stake.

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        • Ninja7 says:

          steph_gray,
          Money, Power, Blackmail opportunities, trading insider information leading to more Money and Power.
          Thanks for bringing that back into (my) consciousness.

          With so many things occurring, (I) can go deep into the weeds, down a rabbit hole and not realize it.

          Appreciate Sundance, The Tree House Community, Especially Adrem etal, for the Refuge provided. With the insights provided.

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      • Issy says:

        Jederman: Excellent Point

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    • Linda K. says:

      Mary, I think that was the hapless Samantha Power not Sadsackl Yates.

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  14. Cueball says:

    And nothing will happen ,

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  15. icthematrix says:

    Graham is the ringleader of this circus, but not the owner. This show is all about framing up the fall guy. The setup was so obvious. The puff ball questioning by the GOP (exception: Josh Hayley) betrayed us all. Miss Lyndsay was pathetic. But the fall guy won’t even take much of a hit by the time it’s all over with.

    Barr has his interests (no harm to the institutions, especially the DOJ). The owners of THE BIG CLUB have their interests (cover up our dirty deeds and methods, protect our access to power and information that makes us rich). How can both of them get what they want while giving the President a pound of flesh? Aim for Comey. Charge him with some simple excess crime (he overstepped his authority) that could be fought somewhat easily in the DC court.

    This is the direction the CLUB/Senate are taking this, now pushing it before Barr and Durham announce any indictments. Timing is everything, right?

    Well, it’s time to release the fury. Sundance is getting very close…I can smell it.

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  16. Martin says:

    I don’t think media can be relied upon to disseminate this info; any casual viewer would immediately be confused. I think that’s their plan.

    Graham strikes me as a man desperately trying to walk the razor’s edge– to appear to ask poignant, tough questions, but not enough so to anger the Deep State. They can get another gatekeeper, but he’s only got one political career. There must dozens like him, dirty as hell, and trying to get as far away from the leak in the boat as possible.

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  17. beach lover says:

    When is someone finally going to ask about this “RussianInterferenceInOurElection”? They skim over it when and how or where exactly they interfered. I want someone to get to the bottom line of that premise, because it is the excuse for all of this!

    Who hacked the DNC servers? WE know there are some serious questions about that, that have never been really questioned let alone answered. Crowdstrike is being protected. Why?

    And WTH was Loretta Lynch in ALL of this?? Was she just a figurehead AJ? She is never mentioned in any of these meetings. Im not sure she was even in them. Either she is being protected right up there with Obama, or she was keeping a very low profile and letting those under her handle everything. Surely her tarmac meeting wasn’t the only thing that sidelined her as AJ.

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    • Judith says:

      Sundance has warned us not to get lost in the weeds, because it is in those weeds the co-conspirators hid their plausible deniability. If we stick to the ORIGIN, the false construct used to justify all downstream activities in their TREASONOUS COUP, we will nail them.

      The rest is just so much smoke and mirrors and red laser dots. #FOCUS

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    • bessie2003 says:

      That’s a name we haven’t heard in a while – Loretta Lynch! Am wondering, if Biden proffering a VP nod to Susan Rice attracts too much heat given her part in all the unmaskings, would Lynch be Biden’s backup for woman of color VP pick?

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  18. bulwarker says:

    The finger-pointing continues.

    Liked by 6 people

  19. John-Y128 says:

    What the hearing chairman did yesterday, could that be called ‘leading the witness’, to her exoneration?

    Liked by 4 people

  20. Jeffrey Coley says:

    There are a lot of people so far gone with TDS they will never believe the truth. There are people actually touting Biden’s “decency” and “integrity” as reasons to vote for him. Not a rational thought.

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  21. ncbirdnwrd says:

    Ad rem
    It must be bin day for me??!!

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  22. lambgraham says:

    First, Graham runs interference for Rosenstein then Yates. Why does Nunnes praise Graham?The corrupt Senators are placed to head the the various Committees by McConnell in order for investigations to be put sleep.
    They are Burr, Rubio, Grassley (still waiting for criminal referrals in Kavanaugh fiasco.)

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  23. TJ says:

    “What they’ve done to [Flynn] and so many other people, they’ve destroyed their lives.

    “I caught them, and we caught them, spying using the intelligence apparatus of our country, to spy on an opponent’s, or the opposing party’s campaign, both before and after the election.”
    – President Donald J. Trump to Lou Dobbs, Aug 4, 2020

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  24. Suzy Jules says:

    Logan Act could successfully be used against John Kerry. There are repeated documentations of his interaction with Iran and he was told by PDJT to stop it. I bet if they pulled phone records it would all be there.

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  25. Nan says:

    Sundance is taking action. We must also take action. There are many ways to do this, but this is an idea I had. This week members at my church we will be sending post cards to AG Barr – I urge patriots across America to flood the AG’s office this message:

    Attorney General William Barr
    U.S. Department of Justice
    950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
    Washington, DC 20530-0001

    Dear Attorney General Barr,

    A hallmark of America’s jurisprudence is the Rule of Law. The law is not class conscious, nor is it partisan. Heinous crimes have been committed in our nation by those in positions of power. For the first time in America’s history, and for partisan purposes, a coup was attempted, and continues, against a duly elected President, to date there has been no justice for the American people nor for President Donald J. Trump.

    We, the people, demand justice. We call on you to indict the perpetrators of this crime and punish them to the fullest extent of the law. Your action or inaction will decide if America goes forward as a Constitutional Republic with liberty and justice for all, or will it become a banana republic controlled by the injustice of a corrupt few.

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    • Papoose2007 says:

      I wholeheartedly agree with sending Postcards to the DOJ, the FBI, the Capitol and the White House. I have been saying this for years and years now. We cannot possibly monitor phone calls and emails to these Traitor, but swamping the Swamp with mail would permit us to see the deluge of mailbags being delivered. Further, postcards would not have to go through the vigorous process that letters/envelopes are subject to.

      Support he USPS and purchase bulk prepaid postcards and swamp the Swamp, including the traitorous media outlets.

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      • northerncanuck says:

        Snail-mail is definitely the best way to make a point. Could you imagine that movie if all Santa Claus had to hang his hat on was a hard drive full of emails, rather than multiples of sacks of letters?

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      • twohartsintx says:

        Great idea! I have been sending emails to my Senators and have occasionally called, but I like the idea of sending postcards. I have always heard they pay more attention to someone who takes the time to actually write to them.

        (This is also a test to see if I can post. I have been caught up in the Word Press issues)

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      • Ninja7 says:

        Papoose2007,
        Another point of postcards is that they can be read multiple occasions before reaching their final destination.

        Who knows how many people may become red pilled.

        Liked by 1 person

    • I will…and I hope all PATRIOTIC CHRISTIANS do same…..

      Liked by 2 people

    • nats1mom says:

      Great idea. I will definitely play a part “…to flood the AGs office…” Thank you for the suggestion Nan.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Papoose2007 says:

        Shame we can’t purchase them right here at the Treehouse. Custom-made; addressed, stamped and ready to mail. Great Fundraising tool, too.

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  26. Niagara Frontier says:

    Three questions NOT asked yesterday which should have been asked by someone:

    (1) Ms. Yates, did any member of this committee or members of the committee’s staff meet with you beforehand to help you prepare for this testimony, other than to help you with simple logistics?

    (2) Were you provided any of the questions in advance of this hearing?

    (3) Do you have notes, documents, or other written or electronic communication from meetings that may have occurred during your tenure that were not turned over when you were removed from your position?

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  27. DeWalt says:

    Once again Ms. Lindsey can be seen touching the surface ( things everyone knows) but not cutting into the meat.

    Liked by 2 people

  28. Paul B. says:

    I did not see the entire Yates testimony, but based on that extremely small snippet in this video, I saw fear in her, not the previous arrogance. Perhaps she has a palpable sense that the walls may be closing in. I hope so, and I hope they are.

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  29. Snellvillebob says:

    Test

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  30. Snellvillebob says:

    Test again

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  31. phillip jeffreys says:

    How about going back to Bush 43 and determining what groundwork was laid for illegal intelligence activities? Other than PDJT’s finger wags at the Bushes during the 2016 debates, this would explain Bush reticence/opposition since 2016.

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  32. Snellvillebob says:

    Test

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  33. Snellvillebob says:

    Why can’t I post on CTH? I cannot even like a comment. I rebooted my computer and everything.

    Like

    • Michael Fox says:

      I’m in the same boat, Bob. It’s been a HUGE Word Press MESS for a few weeks or so.

      I hate to seem paranoid but personally I suspect CTH is under attack through WP somehow.

      Hang tight cause Sundance’s Phase 2 is coming soon and our access to CTH will be critical to action he needs us for, probably more important than our regular everyday commenting we’ve been accustomed to.

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    • Michael Fox says:

      I’m in the same boat, Bob. It’s been a HUGE Word Press MESS for a few weeks or so.

      I hate to seem paranoid but personally I think CTH is under attack through WP somehow.

      Hang tight. Sacrificing the ability to comment right now will be worth having access to CTH later when Sundance needs us for implementing Phase 2 which is coming soon.

      Like

    • Michael Fox says:

      I’m in the same boat, Bob. It’s been a HUGE Word Press MESS for a few weeks or so.

      I hate to seem paranoid but personally I think CTH is under attack through WP somehow.

      Hang tight. Sacrificing the ability to comment right now will be worth having access to CTH later when Sundance needs us for implementing Phase 2 which is coming soon.

      Like

      • Snellvillebob says:

        30 minutes later, I had three “testing” comments in a row. So I am guessing it is a time delay of at least 10 minutes.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Snell
      Please read the following;
      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2020/08/03/problems-with-comments-posting/

      There are problems with WordPress that the Treehouse is furiously trying to deal with.
      Patience.

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  34. Right to reply says:

    As I’ve been saying all along. Comey, is the sacrifice.
    Those on the right who do zero research will be happy with that
    Those on the left who hated him re email scandal will be happy with that

    God bless Sundance, and Aug 16th

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  35. repsort says:

    heh. Seems to me this investigation, the conversations, the arch of the story, etc has gone NOWHERE in 4 F’in years. The swamp is masterful at running in place while pretending to go somewhere.

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  36. DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

    My top picks for long jail sentences …
    1st rank: 0-bama, Brennan, Weissmann, Warner
    2nd rank: Hillary, Mueller, Comey, Van Grack
    3rd rank: Clapper, Strzok, McCabe, Rhee
    4th rank: Biden, Simpson, Blumenthal, Rice
    5th rank: Yates, Page, Bruce Ohr, Nellie Ohr
    6th rank: Burr, Shearer, Carlin, Clinesmith
    Who am I leaving out?

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    • Chip Doctor says:

      The rest of the gang of eight minus Devin Nunes. Dana Boente, Joe Priestak, and many more of Hannity’s honorable 99%

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    • Jimmy R says:

      I will be happy if they are indicted. I will be disappointed if they are not deemed flight risks and denied bail.

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    • CharterOakie says:

      Lynch, for one. She’s definitely in the mix. Temporarily shielded from the klieg lights because of her gender and skin color, perhaps.

      Not to mention Ciaramella, Vindman et al.

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    • DiogenesVindicated says:

      Shiff, Rice, Lynch, Swalwell, Pelosi, Holder, Sullivan, Roberts, Nadler, McConnell, Romney, McCain (posthumously), Boente, Liu, Rosenstein, Guihar, Fleck, Contreras, Wolf, Watkins, Crowdstrike, Simpson, Steele, Wray, NYT, Lawfare, 13 angry lawyers, Ryan, Feinstein, Graham….

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      • DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

        Ooops! How did I leave out Rot Rodentrat? And Susan Race? Lowratta Lynch gets a pass because she was playing golf with her grandchildren. And yes, Boente, Sullivan, Guihar, Contreras, Wolf, and, of course, Fey Wray. Hey, hey, Fey Wray … put ‘im away!

        Thanks for the reminders!

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      • C2C says:

        Victoria Nuland & Fiona Hill!

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    • Rileytrips says:

      The MSM reporters and entities who are the “go to’s” for our various intelligence agencies to send classified info for them to publicly report on. They all bribed, wined/dined our federal employees to have these relationships…so they could leak their “spun” intelligence to the public.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      FBI agents who did the dirty work.

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  37. Mike in a Truck says:

    Pizza and hotdogs. That’s why the Repubs are so impotent. They had both Houses and the Oval Office for two years. No national reciprocity, no suppressor bill, no shutting down the witch hunt,no destroying the DemCong party once and for all. Pizza and Hotdogs.

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  38. Marygrace Powers says:

    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    17h
    BIG NEWS! The Political Crime of the Century is unfolding. ObamaBiden illegally spied on the Trump Campaign, both before and after the election. Treason!
    Quote Tweet

    Jonathan Turley
    @JonathanTurley
    · 20h
    Sally Yates just testified that she would not have signed off on the surveillance of Carter Page if she knew what she knows now. That follows Rod Rosenstein saying the same thing. https://jonathanturley.org/2020/06/04/rosenstein-slams-mccabe-obstruction-theories-and-1000-prosecutors/…
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    No way Yates was oblivious.
    Miss Insubordination
    is neck deep in the coup.

    AS STATED BY POTUS ABOVE THE BOTTOM LINE
    FOR ALL INVOLVED =. TREASON = DEATH PENALTY.

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  39. Thinker says:

    Sally Yates behavior tells the real truth. In the Jan 5 meeting, she learns they are trying to “set up” or take down Flynn. Why else would meeting participants mention the Logan Act about Flynn. Then in later Jan, two FBI agents are sent to question Flynn. The next day, Sally “I am so excited I am about to pee on myself” Yates goes to Don McGahn to say Flynn might need to be fired. She doesn’t say this, but her accusations present this as the only conclusion. Does she just try to inform them? No, she wants action- she is #2 in DOJ. Did anyone ask if she notified Loretta Lynch, her boss of this action? Surely she couldn’t do this step without clearing it with her boss. In the spring of 2016, on the Carter Page FISA, did she read it? Did she ask “who originated this?” Who backed up these claims that we have an agent of a foreign power working for the possible president? No, Yates passes this stuff over — so she says and just signs this document without a care. Did she send over some agents (or herself) to warn Trump and his staff? No. No big concern about foreign agents working for Trump’s staff. These are her stories. They don’t make sense– there is a conflict of behavior. But if the motive is to sabotage, throttle Trump and is presidency, these actions align themselves perfectly with her behavior. Take down Flynn, why yes that hurts Trump. Get a FISA on the Trump campaign, never mind that Carter Page assisted the FBI just a few months earlier, the FISA two-hop rule allows spying on the entire Trump group. Keep renewing the FISA, even after Page was not working for Trump, yes this hurts Trump. Tell Trump you aren’t going to enforce his travel ban. All of her actions are perfectly aligned with a seditious intent– to harm candidate and later President Trump.
    I didn’t hear the testimony yesterday, but I doubt this got mentioned.

    Liked by 1 person

    • fangdog says:

      Well now that we all know Yates is a bad-ass the only question need be answered is; “What is going to be done about it”?

      Liked by 1 person

    • PaulCohen says:

      Loretta Lynch was not AG after noon on Jan. 20, 2017. At that point Sally became “Acting AG”…. so her “boss” should have been POTUS Donald Trump only. But ofc she was in “resistance” mode as you describe…

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Sally is not even good at “resistance” because she purposefully got herself removed in favor of a sharper tool.

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    • WSB says:

      All true…and no one asked if Sally had looked at the application’s Woods file when reviewing that FISA.

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    • DD says:

      There’s another question that was never asked. “When you found out that Comey had ‘gone rogue’, what steps did you take (other than being ‘outraged’) to curb his excesses? Did you investigate further to find out why Comey had gone off the reservation and was bypassing your authority?”

      We know the answer will likely be ‘nothing’. So when does inaction become acquiescence and when does acquiescence become collusion?

      Burn them all.

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      • C2C says:

        I read that Yates was at odds with the cabal group over the question of HOW to interview Flynn. Yates was adamant that they needed to go thru the Whitehouse and schedule it, give Trump the heads up courtesy. Comedy’s rogue action was he avoided Yates phone calls for a day or 2 directing him to do it properly, Comey only called Yates when the 2 agents were already on their way. Yates was furious about that. I will try to find the link

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  40. fangdog says:

    IMO, Lindsey Graham is as guilty in wrong doing against the United States as much as the “bad guys”. Naturally Graham has the greatest interest in saving his own hide over and above anything else. I am a Republican, but with the exception of a few in office I see a lot of republican office holders as guilty as democrat office holders in terms of the enemy within.

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  41. beach lover says:

    Im going to try to post this, it may make it thru… but it is a most valuable interview of Rick Grenell with Greg Kelly of NewsMax TV after yesterday’s Yates testimony.

    Finally getting to the heart of the “Russian Interference” story. It makes me very happy that Rick has a good idea who and what transpired. If he knows, then everyone knows.

    watch the embedded video
    https://www.newsmax.com/newsmax-tv/susan-rice-national-security-adviser/2020/08/05/id/980766/

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  42. joseywalesandtenbearsbarandgrill says:

    A pretty well known requirement of the Republicans is you must be spineless. When people like Lindsey Graham are your leaders then you know you are shit out of luck. I despise Graham.

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  43. Derangement Syndrome says:

    Lindsay Graham was a prosecutor, so was Sally Yates, the prosecutors will ALWAYS blame the police or detectives for their failures (or their perceived lack of judgment).

    “I TRUSTED my people working below me, that was where I went wrong” is a classic prosecutor defense, it’s pathetic and calculating, but it’s what they do.

    It’s been fairly obvious for a while that Comey was going to be the fall guy, we shall see how Comey fights back; can’t wait!

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  44. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Biggest flaw (lie) in Yates testimony.

    She asserts the Flynn interview was part of a legitimate FBI Counterintelligence investigation
    but claims that FBI Director COMEY was the one that brought up The Logan Act.

    If Flynn was STILL under a CI investigation that was not closed on Jan 4….
    why would Comey even bring up the Logan Act, which is a CRIMINAL offense on Jan 5?

    Her explanation makes no sense.
    Bill Priestep’s does: “what is our goal here……?”

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  45. TwoLaine says:

    Lindsey should have been recused from all investigations regarding #ObamaSpyGate since he hand carried one of the illicit pee-pee dossiers to the enemies. His dirty hands are all over this coup along with his dead buddy in h311, Johnny Songbird.

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  46. Yates was fired for insubordination for her dereliction and unlawful refusal to carry out and even countermanding the *lawful* authority and orders of The President (Donald Trump) regarding immigration restrictions that as a matter of National Security had been *lawfully ordered* by The President.

    Yates is a CRIMINAL who is appearing as a witness against her ACCOMPLICES in a CRIME that is SEDITIOUS CONSPIRACY.

    The CRIMINALS involved in a SEDITIOUS CONSPIRACY may well have believed that some “special power of intellect” and some “moral authority” was their higher and nobler calling that justified their own creative “redefining of reality” about what was their DUTY as subordinates and justified their MUTINY and DERELICTION. But that kind of “moral relativism” could be applied in the same way by any bank robber who decides they are more deserving and more worthy of the money that *incorrectly* belongs to others, deciding the “intolerable inequity” they perceive can then only be remedied by their robbing the bank “to put things right”. Sorting out these deeply troubling philosophical questions of criminal psychology could be best addressed by prison psychiatrists during a course of inpatient treatment where the “master minds” can reflect on their actions and motivations during a “time out” that lasts for a generous number of some years, like 10 to 20.

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    • CharterOakie says:

      Or, just hang them and be done with it.

      Liked by 1 person

      • That works too, a rope and a tree, a low tech solution for a perplexing problem.
        Actually it works for me just fine.

        When I look at the opposition’s field of choices for a VP candidate, it reminds me of that old bible verse …thou shalt not suffer a witch /sp? to live. I waxe philosophical about a world where there are too many ex-wives whose lawyers didn’t take seriously enough doing the Lord’s work. Sleepy Joe shares the same lawyers dilemma about what things profit a man who gains the whole world …only to still be the biggest loser of all.

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  47. jay says:

    Comey the Communist.
    This is the part where they start to eat each other.
    It always ends in cannibalism when communists are involved.

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  48. SlowLearner says:

    Though the coup failed to dislodge the president, it clearly crippled his first term. So we know Trump must be white-hot for justice.

    Those of us who grasp how destructive the crimes of the deep state have been are also white-hot for justice.

    But the normal instruments and mechanisms for bringing justice are stone cold or lukewarm (at best) for the job that needs to be done. Hence our problem, since we are a minority being actively marginalized by the perpetrators.

    Now think of the Antifa/BLM riots. Appalling, and we would never do that. BUT, they got a LOT of attention and sadly, results.

    Now think of 50,000 patriots converging on D.C. for a peaceful protest. After which, 30,000 of them, by prior agreement, converge on 3 intersections near the FBI, the DoJ and the Capitol. 10,000 per location. At each location, 100 people walk into the street, sit down, and block traffic, refusing to move. When the police come to arrest them, they cooperate fully. No resistance, no profanity, no ugliness. They are willingly led to the paddy wagons. And as they are loaded, THE NEXT 100 take their place in the street. And again and again and again.

    This would pose a HUGE logistical problem for the DC and Capitol police. Where do you tuck away 30K friendly, cooperative law-breakers? The coverage would be immense and stand in STARK contrast to the “mostly peaceful” protests of the anarchists.

    I don’t have a criminal record. But I’m willing to change that for this cause. My father was at Normandy; it’s the least I can do.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Zydeco says:

      The main reason why people like Yates lie so easily to Congress is because they KNOW that we lack the organization and will to confront them in person.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Ken Maritch says:

      “Though the coup failed to dislodge the president, it clearly crippled his first term. So we know Trump must be white-hot for justice.”

      If the coup is proven, PDJT should get a do-over of his first term.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Puzzled says:

      The issue is the left control the propaganda via media (all forms) and indoctrination through the government education system. If a tree falls in the forest….

      Liked by 1 person

    • 4gypsybreeze says:

      SlowLearner- “converge on 3 intersections ”

      By Golly you are talking 1971 Mayday Protest!

      And what would they do for logistics? Well, my thinking is that they learned a lot from the 1971 Mayday protest. They would just do the same probably-but new and improved!

      Look it up on DuckDuckGo!

      Hint–they put the “peaceful” protesters (at that time known as hippies/yippies) who were blocking traffic in the training field of the Washington Redskins which was located next to the stadium.

      History is important.

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      • steph_gray says:

        Yes they did. I was there, having hitchhiked down from college. My companion and I left DC just a couple of hours before everybody was rounded up and put into a pen. This was about 6 years before I read Ayn Rand and did a philosophical 180.

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    • etbnyc says:

      +1. I’m in. Please let me know thru CTH when & where this will happen and I’ll purchase my Amtrak ticket from NYC to DC.

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  49. Old Dawg says:

    Graham is detestable. Everything about or associated with him is fake, except his willingness to self-promote. Graham was McCain’s “boy” and McCain did nothing that Graham didn’t know and condone, ergo, Graham is as complicit in the dossier’s delivery to the FBI as McCain and therefore is as big a traitor to the United States as McCain. I hope he goes down hard when ALL of the story is fully told and the guilty are prosecuted.

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  50. Too bad Andy McCarthy can’t put his comments into “people speak” so the masses can understand them:

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2020/08/russiagate-probe-neither-trump-nor-his-campaign-ever-got-a-defensive-briefing/

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