Hugh Hewitt Slaps Senator Ron Johnson…

Hugh Hewitt is a terrible GOPe defender of all things associated with the Chamber of Commerce and Mitch McConnell.  Hewitt is a total phony; so you know things are really bad when a lying liar who lies is calling out a fellow lying liar who lies.

A remarkable situation.  WATCH:

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As I have told numerous voices of familiarity to CTH viewers, if they don’t start getting really confrontational soon, they will lose all credibility.  Some are catching on… Also, Hewitt isn’t really out on a limb here; even Johnson’s own staff will tell you the guy is only worried about the election. Everything else is fake, fake, fake.

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987 Responses to Hugh Hewitt Slaps Senator Ron Johnson…

  1. jackpundad says:

    Sundance, God be with you and may Mary intercede and advocate for your success. 5:00 tomorrow is the Red Line in the Sand. Barr / Durham, please do the right thing!

    Liked by 11 people

  2. Hoop says:

    THEY ARE TRYING TO PROTECT THE FISA PROCESS…. OF SPYING ON ANYONE – AT ANYTIME – FOR ANY REASON WHAT SO EVER THAT THEY ‘MAKE UP.’

    ITS UNIPARTY.

    AND ITS GASLIGHTING.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      And I think readers here know that is A LOT worse than just spying on the Trump campaign. While the corruption of Obama’s team in this regards is worse than Watergate, I think the 800 pound gorilla in the room is what other type of spying went on with the rest of the 85% illegal surveillance activities by contractors? Extortion, violation of the 4th Amendment, inside trader SEC violations, personal blackmail, the list goes on….and on…and on. Wonder if some smart cyber guys could replicate just who, what, when and why this spying???

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  3. Right to reply says:

    Time to unleash the hounds of hell!
    Prayers for you, Sundance.

    Liked by 10 people

  4. Will Hunt says:

    I must say I do not share SD’s enmity to former never Trumper HH. I have listened to his radio show for 11 or so months now and have found him to be generally supportive of conservative positions on immigration, trade, military spending, US economic policies, etc. Maybe I’m missing something here but he seems much like a restrained, calmer Mark Levin – another former never Trumper.

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    • Charlie Currie says:

      I used to listen to HH when he was local here in Los Angeles. He did great interviews, especially with authors, of all types – primarily, because he actually read the book. His political interviews were also good. But and it’s a big but, he’s a deep swamper – not the liberal kind that wants to totally control your life (his firm practiced environmental law – always against the EPA), but, he is fully behind the GOPe. And, I don’t understand why. He also never got one election right – always confident of the win and surprised at the loss. I came to realize he was just cheerleading for the establishment.

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    • waicool says:

      Hugh Hewitt WILL stab “We The People” in their collective backs when the time is right, he’ll get the call and the unaware will get the shiv. SNAKE he is.

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      Hugh has come around bigly, whether he’s sincere or not. He can’t just erase the fact that he’s been friendly with the swampers all these years, so yesterday’s show was quite surprising.

      Used to be, I couldn’t tolerate his show – but now I catch a bit of it before work. He does get the big guests (PDJT, for example) and his show is well-produced.

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      • gary says:

        leo terrell. nuf said.

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        • annie oakie says:

          As to Leo Terrell, I remember seeing him on Fox years ago, and to me he was the most militant leftist I can remember, and always seemed very angry. So what a pleasant surprise to now see him as a President Trump supporter. Shows that anyone can have their “come to Jesus” moment. Welcome to our side, Leo!

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    • Right to reply says:

      There is an old and wise saying. “A leopard never changes its spots”.

      Liked by 3 people

  5. Right to reply says:

    If I may just add to this. Many don’t understand/realize this. Its a good primer. Watch the whole documentary if possible, but here are a few snips.

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  6. Rileytrips says:

    Listening to Sen. Johnson try to weasel out of answering direct questions from Hugh, reminds me of what my father ( a Col. in the Army) would do when we were caught in some wrongdoing and were trying to put it off on someone else. He would make us say, “ No excuses, sir!” He would force us to take responsibility for our actions, and then dole out punishment.

    I say to all these corrupt Senators, “ No excuses, sir!” They are allowing our country to fall to domestic enemies. They would rather give over our country than take responsibility and do the right thing. I bet there are thousands of ticked off patriots researching where all their DC politicians live and hang out. If the country falls to the Democrat/ globalist enemies, during the initial part of the Civil War, these traitors will get many angry visitors. Just saying.

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    • DeWalt says:

      Angry Bees

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      • KAG says:

        Ka-Ching! Romney is one for sure, maybe more behind the scenes propping up committee members with their ow $$ in tow. We have to Primary these vermin what’s left of the 2020 cycle with electable replacements, continue to vote red in November or we won’t make it to the next cycle. If we are lucky to maintain the WH and Senate (maybe the House), we can rinse, repeat. Pray, but keep swingin’!

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        • Merkin Muffley says:

          A second source, this one with ties to the Mueller investigation, says Romney did it to protect Paul Singer.

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        • Issy says:

          KAG: I believe most of the primaries are over. Start November 4, 2020, for the 2022 cycle. You have to volunteer to help a republican candidate in the primary to unseat an incumbent both with time and to help raise funds. The primaries in my state were held in March. Some are held in early Summer. The middle of August is too late except to vote, and that’s rarely enough . You will have to vote for your republican incumbent on November 3rd.

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    • RT;s, I hear what you are saying, but, when it REALLY COUNTS, I wish that many more American Citizens — WHEN VOTING — would take a similar stance as that of your father: NO EXCUSES.

      But, NO, when voting they seem to be content with re-electing, time and again, these same JUDAS politicians … with, at best, minimal demand for change.

      In NO OTHER country, around the world, with such freedoms as, indeed, we do have, are the people getting what they deserve. Surely, we are reaping what we have sown.

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      • bentley1blog says:

        Johnny…you are referring to the very low information voters.

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      • Rileytrips says:

        Johnny, that’s not always true – I have seen time and time again, that when it really matters – in the primaries for Congress/Senate, you will see one really good new candidate that is not beholden to COC or other lobbyists (by checking Ballotpedia or opensecrets) and the incumbent candidate has SO much financial resources and backing by the DC corrupt crowd that the good candidate can’t put up a decent fight and loses. It is not always the “people’s” fault – we don’t always reap what we sow.

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        • Libertybella says:

          Need a way to fund the upstarts that are provably NOT beholden to COC or other lobbyists. So need to be able to prove they are not tainted..then need to find a way to publicize and solicit donations for their campaigns….doesn’t matter what state. Underdog.com….or something like that….just brainstorming.
          Maybe there is already an organization that does this?

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      • auh2o64 says:

        Too many are willing to give “the benefit of the doubt” at all times and all circumstances to anyone even if they are known crooks. Jesus did not give the benefit of the doubt to the money changers in the temple, he had no doubt they were evil and deserved the justice He dished out to them.

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  7. Jeffrey Coley says:

    I used to listen to Hugh Hewitt in the 1990’s when he had a local radio show in Los Angeles. He had a regular caller who would paraphrase Hugh’s opening monologue back to him, and then Hugh would praise the guy for being such a brilliant thinker.

    Boring.

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    • ruth3otis says:

      Hugh was conservative during the recount of Bush v Gore. He’s been a wimp the last few years.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Yes I have never been a fan of HH.
      He lacked substance for me. I don’t know (or care) what his appeal was/is to his fans.
      I’m admittedly turned off by BIG EGO, which is the characteristic of most talk show hosts who conspicuously present themselves as an erudite intellectual.
      Until todays post I wasn’t even aware of his positions on PDJT.

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  8. Sentient says:

    I sure hope whatever Sundance has is a freaking undeniable bombshell. Because nobody in government is doing anything. I have no faith in Durham, either.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Jeffrey Coley says:

      It all really makes sense once you realize everyone in DC is on the same team – team government – and they’re all dancing to the same tune played by lobbyist money. Most of the partisan squabbling is kabuki theater for the voters back home, but behind closed doors they’re all pals and thick as thieves. (Incidentally: Since the mid-1990’s the Chinese Communist Party has become one of the biggest lobbyist in DC.)

      What’s REALLY bad, though, is occasionally you get one who ISN’T just another crook there to line their pockets. From time to time a genuinely evil person comes along, intent on subverting the Constitution and destroying the republic, and the crooks are all too busy stuffing their pockets they can’t be bothered to do anything about it because it’s bad for business.

      Barack Obama was such a person. All during the election of 2008 true believers were sounding the alarm: This guy isn’t just another Democrat, he’s something altogether different. He is a committed ideological Marxist who hates this country. And they all laughed and called us racists for opposing the Historic First Black President. And Obama went about corrupting all the instruments of government into left wing attack dogs.

      And all the corrupt politicians were too busy getting rich off the corruption to notice. Or care.

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      • Tom says:

        Amen, Mr. Coley. You’ve astutely nailed the dynamic.

        Liked by 3 people

      • waawash says:

        Indeed. Obama was/is the most deeply evil person ever. His list of mentors tells the whole story for anyone who cares about the truth.

        Liked by 8 people

        • Risa says:

          There have been some sparks flying, not covered by the MSM of course, about revelations on sex trafficking, particularly of children, by Hollywood, politicians, wealthy “elites”.

          I wish someone could explain to me how Obama, knowing what he undoubtedly knew about Harvey Weinstein, as well as Lena Dunham who admits in her book that she molested her younger sister, had his oldest daughter Malia intern with both of those monsters. He doesn’t seem to be repelled by the evil they represent.

          Even some people who detested Obama would credit him as being a man who was a good father. And yet he put his daughter in the proximity of two evil, immoral people. Why?

          I believe Obama is part of the evil depravity. His corruption goes beyond even the purposeful damage he has done to our country. It extends to things unspeakable.

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      • waawash says:

        Indeed. Obama was/is the most deeply evil person ever. His list of mentors tells the whole story for anyone who cares about the truth.

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      • KAG says:

        …. or care

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      • G. Alistar says:

        Which once again demonstrates the wisdom of our founding fathers … setting up a political system with checks and balances. Obama’s damage has been largely nullified by the hard work of POTUS Trump and is cabinet….in spite of the corrupt team and the many illegal activities infesting much of the federal government. Time to look to the future and make sure Sleepy Joe does not grab the reigns of power as he is fully invested as a 48 year “swamp” alumni.

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      • GB Bari says:

        In my lifetime LBJ was certainly a crook. He was a stereotypical southern racist crook at that but he truly loved the USA as a nation and I believe was a patriot in that he wasn’t too fond of communists.

        Fast forward to Bill KKKlinton and you have not only a crook but a truly morally degenerate crook, married to an equally morally degenerate female crook. I don’t think Klinton gave a rats butt about how many communists were taking over our cultural institutions and government, as long as Bill & Hill could make lots of money by selling political access and Bill having access himself to plenty of young women as concubines.

        Obozo ushered in a new level of corruption, far past mere “graft”, when he subverted the national intelligence machinery for pure political gain. He was the Manchurian Candidate, and it frustrated me to no end that so many were so easily manipulated and thus blinded to the threat Obozo so clearly posed,

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        • Jeffrey Coley says:

          Hillary was beside herself when they left the White House “broke.” Bill’s presidency was supposed to be a time to rake in money and get rich, but because of all his scandals and lawsuits he had to pay off they didn’t.

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          • Issy says:

            Jeffrey: No, the time to rake in is when they leave, which they did via the clinton foundation. It was one of the most lucrative means of making money ever devised. Hundreds of millions were donated to the “charity” when Hillary was Sec. of State by suddenly generous foreign countries eager for aid and lucrative deals overseen by the State Dept

            When Hillary lost to Trump, the donations dropped tremendously.

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    • Jeffrey Coley says:

      As I understand it, Sundance has primed the pump with people who have the megaphone to get the story – which has been studiously ignored by the MSM – out of the blogosphere and into the mainstream. Furthermore, he has also activated a network of people who actually have the power to DO something about it besides screeching on TV.

      Everyone clutching their pearls about the “delicate balance” needed to “preserve muh beloved instatooshins” is about to have a Molotov cocktail chucked through the window and the entire thing will burn to the ground unless they finally, at long last, bring the conspirators to justice..

      Sundance is bringing the sunlight that makes the coverup untenable.

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      • Jeffrey Coley says:

        One more thing – he’s boiled the entire thing down into a concise easy to understand story. The kind of thing even normies with no idea will grasp and be outraged by.

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    • albertus magnus says:

      I have total confidence in Sundance but i wanted to post that I agree with you 100% regarding nothing going to be done.

      It isnt. I have been trying to tell people for the last year that NOTHING would be done, that the media types pushing OUR agenda are nothing but playing to their audience (us) and they are always focused on not crossing lines with DeepState. Hannity is a prime example of this.
      I am worried because so much of the energy on our side is dependent on the outcome of Barr-Durham. China, judges, immigration, etc. have the potential to swing the election our way but all of the patriots’ energy is being spent on arguing over whether to trust the plan or not, or what should or shouldnt be done regarding the COVID virus.

      It is sad seeing we have no campaign leaders galvanizing the patriots to actually do something for the election. Even with the best, more organized campaign apparatus, it will be a tough election.

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      • gary says:

        the fact that none of my predictions has come true is merely proof of my farsightedness. 🙂

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      • Jeffrey Coley says:

        One thing I can say for sure: I have changed. The venality and corruption of the Obama Administration was heartbreaking for me, all the more so because the do-nothing Republicans were only too happy to give him everything he wanted while making excuses for why they weren’t trying to stop him. (“We only have 1/2 of 1/3 of the government …” “we only have the Congress, not the White House”, “We have both Houses of Congress and the Presidency, but we don’t have a supermajority in the Senate …”)

        But for me the REAL eye opener was what happened since July 5, 2016. Up to that point I still had faith in the professionals in federal law enforcement and the other “career professional” agencies. Not anymore. Comey’s betrayal of the American people, and his willingness to flush the sterling reputation of the the FBI down the toilet, was shocking. But not as shocking as the coup, and the coordinated Democrat/MSM attacks against President Trump.

        I’ll never trust any of them ever again.

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      • A Fortified City says:

        Yes we have none, and God looked to and fro upon the face of the earth and there was no man, there wasn’t any man who could stand in the gap… so He provided for Himself a man

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      • Robert Smith says:

        “….but i wanted to post that I agree with you 100% regarding nothing going to be done…”

        There you go again.

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      • Cam Heck says:

        As I’ve opined previously, if the rampant pedophilia is exposed first, it will get EVERYONE’s attention, even the MSM because it transcends party lines. Then, while the world is riveted, tie in the characters also complicit in Obamagate. Example: Hollywood pedohilia and perversion > Ed Buck > Schiff > Hillary > Obamagate; there are many paths, this is just one. Another more famous of course is Weiner laptop/ Epstein>Clinton>Obamagate. “The possibilities are endless”

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  9. CTH Fan says:

    Well now, as much as I despise what is happening to our POTUS and country, we must not eat our own. Share the information but do not suppress the vote.

    The mantra of VOTE STRAIGHT REPUBLICAN is important and doing so will be the only means of securing the Senate and the House.

    Sundance has done awesome work and it needs to be shared and it will be. He is building an army of alternative internet warriors and voices. CTH is only the beginning.

    Faint hearts never win the Prize.🙂

    Stay Strong, Never Give Up and Never Give In. Blessings to all.

    Liked by 13 people

    • Rileytrips says:

      Oh, I’m sure all of us here will vote a straight Republican ticket. That doesn’t mean we don’t totally despise these traitors. WE KNOW.

      Liked by 14 people

    • steph_gray says:

      I must say that when I wrote yesterday that Ron Johnson might not be that bad, judging by the very little bit I had read about him thus far (including 2 treeper posts who said they had met him in person and trusted him). I had only seen some clips where he was saying the “right” things. I had not yet seen what sundance had to say about him (missed it somehow – a lot going on!).

      This interview certainly tears a “nice concerned guy” mask off and shows you the hideous swamp critter underneath. Many thanks to sundance for shedding this particular ray of sunlight. Mea culpa for my stupidity.

      And oh yeah, we are stuck with him until 2022 according to what I just looked up – and though that seems horrible, having a DementoRat to tip the Senate numbers would be even worse in this particular election.

      I like to think that if we can push a few more MAGA into the Senate and get back the House this time, PDJT’s second term will be at just the right peak to support a MAGA primary challenge to this guy in ’22.

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      • Peggy Myers says:

        That really is the key. A primary challenge from an unimpeachable candidate is all that can get rid of the RINO’s. Of course the entire establishment comes against a challenger. Grassroots patriots must come together to support any worthy candidate who has the bravery to challenge an incumbent. Term limits would help too. Support COS.

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  10. Bogeyfree says:

    So many in line for the………

    Could have saved the Republic but chose not to, award!

    Pretty disgusting to see so many, so called honorable men and women who have cowardly sold this country out!

    And what is amazing they sold their children’s and grandchildren’s future out because they were cowards and selfish.

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    • Orygun says:

      That is what is amazing to me. Where do they think they are going to live or their progeny?

      They somehow think they are untouchable but everything they have cam be wiped out in one day once their usefulness is gone. Riding the razor’s edge.

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    • Raghn Crow says:

      Cowards, indeed. And venal. Selfish, too; but above all, stupid. Apocalyptic events are not something they believe in, or could comprehend were the idea explained to them. They’re on the same emotional/intellectual level as Antifa, actually: Antifa participants engage in violence, and talk up revolution, then go home to their lattes. If arrested, they melt down and scream because they don’t understand; they’re not proud revolutionaries: don’t want their photos taken, want no police record, and simply have no conception of taking responsibility for their actions. They never have had to be responsible at any time in their lives, as the schools that trained them didn’t teach responsibility, and they’ve never had to build anything, or grow anything, or lock the cattle up at night. They have squads of lawyers to defend them, expect many DAs to just let them go with a wink and a nod, and they expect the system to reward them like insiders and the spoiled rich kids they are. As Victor Davis Hanson says, they’re “post-modernist revolutionaries”. Pretty amazing. And our UniParty rulers are cut from the same cloth. They’ve no real conception of taking responsibility for their evil actions and treasons. Then can’t imagine — are incapable of it, most of them — that they’re actually endangering the country and their children (if they have them). They are utterly short-sided, or better, they’re “the blind leading the blind.” And when Apocalypse engulfs them, because of actions and failures they themselves contributed to, they’ll slide straight into Hell with one over-riding initial emotion: astonishment. (The perpetual horror Hell is so well known for only comes once you’re inside the gates.)

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      • glissmeister says:

        Sociopaths. Eventually they drive off the psychologically healthy who can’t stand the depravity of slime and stench of the institutional disease. It concentrates them institutionally as they claw their way up the power structure

        They rise and consolidate in the top positions to create an environment; an environmental change where all cream that rises to the top, sours. Eventually the institutional sepsis will select-for a psychopath. Only a psychopath can bring orderly compliance over a coven of sociopaths dominating an institutional culture.

        Stalin, Mao, Clintons, Pol Pot, Pelosi, Obama, they are what they are, but institutionally they are selected-for as a product of human institutional disease.

        This phenomenon may yet showcase what proves to be Trump’s greatest gift; a gift forged from the steel of a remarkable and vast network of personal experience — that Trump is a uniquely gifted institutional physician who organically understands sick institutions, sick corporations, and the syndromic pathos that must be effectively treated and culled to mitigate the onslaughts of such pervasive disease.

        Institutional Pathology may be one of the most essential fields of future academic study, yet today, there is nothing but the perfidy that salons in the absence of serious inquiry and formal study of the diseased institution.

        There is no such field of formal study called “institutional pathology” in today’s academe, and it shows. If there is a root malignancy in our institutional society, I think we need to start with the university departments of education and the monopolist culture of government schooling and its nexus with our state and federal legislatures.

        Cold anger is called for, but let us be humbled in facing the task at hand. Ready or not, we are also the physicians in this plague of institutions. Notice how the malignancy depends upon the spread of disease to protect itself and defend its habitat. We have to prepare to do the work and work the healing that must be accomplished.

        As we each prepare in our own way there are these wise words to keep in mind.

        “Physician, heal thyself.”

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  11. TwoLaine says:

    If you can’t stand the heat,, GET OUT OF THE KITCHEN!

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  12. lambgraham says:

    Finally, someone who holds these Republicans feet to the fire. Apparently, McConnell is the senior bad guy appointing traitors Graham and Rubio to head their respective committees.
    I don’t understand why Hannity runs interference for Lamb Graham every night on his show. It is so detrimental to finding out the truth.
    What Johnson doesn’t understand, when no one is interviewed or forced to testify you are unable to gather information to make your case. In addition, there is always the possibility the people testifying will make false statements which could be used against them.
    In my opinion as it stands right now, Barr goes down as the worst Attorney General in the history of the US. Sessions was dumb ,Barr is sly and calculating.

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    • Right to reply says:

      Its very simple. Hannity exercises psychological warfare in the living rooms of America every single night. He’s there to make you angry, and keep you dumbed down.

      A whole hour of getting angry with no resolution.

      His act is like the junkie in Vegas. May be just one more roll of the dice and you win…Years later you lost your family, house, car, or in this case the country.

      Hannity, is the distraction for the uneducated masses. He uses them. He makes you believe there will be justice, and within those departments are decent people…TICK TOCK…Roll that dice, turn the other cheek.

      Now broke and punch drunk, what do the people do? NOTHING! That is the purpose of Hannity. SWITCH HIM OFF!

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  13. The Constitution of the United States and The Bill of Rights is simply based on the ‘Honor & Ethical’ system……

    When the top of the food chain is corrupt(DOJ/FBI/Congress,Judicial) there’s nowhere to go….You’re seeing this playing out across the Country…..

    It really has come down to ‘We the People’…….Sadly, Voting is not going to solve this…..

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  14. Hans says:

    Once upon a time I thought it might take,Martial Law to clean up this mess.. I’m starting to think after Obama’s purge that might not be possible in today’s Military.

    As I look at Australia there is conflict between states..Brisbane IIRC is defying the central government and negotiating directly with China.. a total lockdown.. house arrest my God with minimal cases. Already saying no one gets out untill they get vaccinated..

    As I look at California still doing business with China… the lockdown.. Portland Oregon.. will not charge rioters who assault police..will not charge people with criminal trespass..

    Sure is starting to look like the Tree of Liberty is going to be watered….

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  15. Merkin Muffley says:

    According to a senior Republican Senate source, the Senator blocking the subpoenas is Mitt Romney:
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/08/senior-gop-senate-source-romney-blocking-sen-ron-johnson-subpoenaing-comey-brennan/

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    • lolli says:

      Merkin Muffley🇺🇸
      The way I see it, they are all involved.
      Naming Romney the rat is easy, he is the one we all love to hate. Let’s blame him.

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      • Paprika says:

        I agree! If it was not Rat Romney, it would have been some other designee to hold up the process. All must kowtow to the Turtle’s or Uni-Party order to take a dive at one point or another to spread the blame. Same on the “other side of the isle”.

        Same in every Senate Committee and every Senate Vote(or Senate non-Vote), there is a always a Uni-Party finger on the scale. And it does not matter which supposed party is in power.

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  16. I represent the non-twitter-aware contingent, who haven’t seen the “twit-storm”, and are wont to consider such mere skin outbreaks anyway (however agonizing to the adolescents…hee-hee).

    We just want to see Biden arrested, not permitted to campaign for President in an obscene simulation of a legitimate election process. Never mind Hewitt’s wanting to see Comey grilled under oath — however nice that would be, they had their chance way back in 2017, and they just thanked him for his testimony, in which he INDICTED HIMSELF (as Biden did, in his boasting over the Shokin firing; and all of the “impeachment” …”whistleblowers” did, in admitting they were all only miffed that the President didn’t do what they wanted done).

    So…anyway…we’re all looking forward especially now about what could erupt (see what I did there?) on Friday. Fun, fun, fun…we guess.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      There is just one problem with all that, harry. The Swamp Creatures living in the Swamp do not see anything wrong with what they and their fellow Swamp Creatures are doing.
      Laws do not apply to them the same way they apply to us.

      The Swamp Creatures really believe this, especially those who have been born and grown up in the Swamp – Justice Kavanaugh, for instance.

      Things the Swamp Creatures do seem abhorrent to us, but are SOP for the Swamp Creatures.
      The Swamp Creatures do not understand our being upset with their behavior.
      Sad state of affairs, huh?
      Oh, would that we had just one who said I don’t care their feelings or intent, what they do is wrong. If only.

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  17. gingergal says:

    Great questions. Hugh has come a long way.

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  18. SanJac says:

    With “Republicans” like Ron who needs Demorat’s ?
    No wonder the corruption has infuriated every corner of this government and its sickening to see Ron stumble and not answer simple questions.

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    • joseywalesandtenbearsbarandgrill says:

      Republicans are in for the money that can be made from representing the elite. They don’t have the spine to do what is right for the rest of us. The US senate is a F joke at best.

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  19. Hugh H vs Ron Johnson

    Hugh Older made man of elite (Young Life selector of kids for the cult) vs Ron Made Money Newbe of DC money cult who wants a bigger cut.

    We are not in the club but we get to see a sissy word fight among two tiers of the cult from time to time.
    We and Trump are the marks.

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    • RJ says:

      I kinda like the way you presented your perspective…makes a lot of sense to me! At the very least you provide a wise warning for others to pay attention, close attention!

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  20. newbietreepper says:

    Each day we get a little closer and I remind myself to say a prayer for those who stand for our great country. Even in small ways. On Saturdays the Trump signs and supporters are out full force. New flags and hat are along my whole street. Not a Biden one to be seen, If that translates to what I think it will, it’ll be a landslide for Trump.

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  21. Rob Crrgin says:

    Funny, we all know the person blocking any action on this in Johnson’s committee is Hewitt’s big crush, Mitt Romney.

    Why not have Romney on his show and confront him?

    Liked by 5 people

    • Paprika says:

      Well, there is that small detail, eh!?! And did Hugh invite any Democrat Senators on the committee to ask them the same questions of why they are blocking it also?

      Liked by 3 people

  22. Bogeyfree says:

    Anyone have thoughts on this…..

    Liked by 8 people

    • Raghn Crow says:

      My first thought: if true, then someone’s been studying his Sun Tzu.

      Liked by 2 people

    • joshashland says:

      Bogeyfree, Yes my thoughts are I will debate about Barr strategy later.

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    • hokkoda says:

      I wouldn’t be surprised at all by this. There are multiple US Attorney’s working this investigation from multiple different angles. My assumption up to now has been that Durham is just one piece and is orchestrating the rest. It sounds like I’m right that there is an individual orchestrating the moving parts. However, it’s not John Durham, and Durham gives reporters somebody to chase around and try to get on camera going into court rooms. If they follow Durham around, and he’s not heading into grand juries, they get lulled into a false sense of security. Meanwhile – over there – the real action is happening.

      The piece of this which concerns me is the temptation to get lured over to yet another distraction. Huber was a sham to make it look like there was an investigation, but do nothing that could lead to an obstruction of justice charge. Durham was a head fake, it’s really this other person. Then there’s another long delay like the IG Report last year because oh it’s all just too complicated.

      We’re hearing that there is an election coming, so DOJ cannot act once we get into September. That’s only true if the people DOJ is targeting are up for election (and if they’re criminals, it begs the question, “Who is this policy designed to protect? The voters? Or the politicians?”). Virtually everyone DOJ is likely investigating is a career bureaucrat (current, retired or fired). Dropping indictments is not election interference. Election interference is an excuse to do nothing.

      So, I’m a skeptic about this until I see criminal indictments. Otherwise, it’s just another Huber. (I’m gonna laugh if it turns out that Huber has been working all-along, and just needed Mueller out of the way to act.)

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    • Jeffrey Coley says:

      Oh my. Sundance Tweeted more in 2 hours last night than in the 6 months before that.

      Like

      • GB Bari says:

        He put on quite a “show” but really because there were so many who obviously didn’t “get” his sarcasm nor the serious message he had originally conveyed…..

        Liked by 2 people

    • GB Bari says:

      Reminds me of the line from Six Days, Seven Nights…

      How do you want it? Sugar-coated or right between the eyes?

      Liked by 2 people

    • RobD says:

      I read all of the replies to that tweet. Quite a few replies are suggesting the military may be leading the investigation??

      I mean, the President keeps referring to what happened as “treason”.

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  23. Right to reply says:

    I wonder why Hannity never shows this before speaking to Graham? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5Xpwyd4aMM

    Liked by 3 people

    • lmk408 says:

      wow–I had to do a double-take watching Graham (when was it recorded?) endorse Joe Biden…jeeze

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    • SanJac says:

      Hannity is a C_A stooge and a MSM puppet who is just another distraction who pretends to be something he is not.

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    • Rhi316 says:

      Great find Right to reply, I vaguely recall seeing that awhile ago. Somebody tweet this to Pawn Vanity! But of course we know Pawn will never play this nor ask Grahamnesty about this. Spit on all of them!

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    • Issy says:

      Right to reply: I remember that, weren’t some of the comments made during the Presidential primaries of 2016? I have never trusted Lindsey since then and that goes for Nickie Haley too.

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  24. Cowz says:

    I just read Sundance’s tweet storm, it was rather enjoyable.
    Excited for saturday.

    Liked by 5 people

    • vikingmom says:

      I just read it and must admit that I am more than a little confused…

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      • Patience says:

        Vikingmom, It seems that Sundance has stirred the leftists to go after him, his work…his credibility BEFORE he releases “the big ugly”.

        While bad publicity (so to speak) is better than none,
        ~> they are creating an –even bigger audience
        of ears to hear & minds to think about what Sundance is going to release.

        The Crucifixion caused a lotta talk… a lotta story-telling across the land
        ~~> Thus, many (many) new believers.

        anticipation

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  25. Caius Lowell says:

    Wisconsin Republicans — ugh!

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  26. melskia says:

    Sundance is our mink!!! We need more minks to help him as the population of Rats is almost overwhelming. Maybe a few Rat Terriers also.

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  27. lolli says:

    I was sleeping and missed the tweet storm last night.
    I went back and read them all.
    😂 Sundance 🇺🇸 rocked their world last night!
    Today, they are all sleep deprived😂 won’t help their nerves

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  28. kleen says:

    It’s a supernatural phenomenon how Mitch can get away with nominating Romney and other Trump hating Democrat plants to any committee and still has credibility.

    Imagine Pelosi nominating Obama hating Democrats to any committee… yeah. It’s impossible to even imagine. It’s usually the opposite. They get destroyed and probably threatened.

    For some reason, Mitch gets away with betrayal. Purposely planed betrayal. Premeditated, coordinated, he can betray us over and over and no one even notice. We are conditioned to accept the GOP serving the interests of our opposition.

    Liked by 10 people

    • lolli says:

      kleen🇺🇸
      Truth.
      As Sundance explained a few years ago, “battered conservative syndrome”

      Liked by 3 people

    • joseywalesandtenbearsbarandgrill says:

      Mitch McConnell is a useless bastid and it didn’t start last month.

      Liked by 6 people

    • GB Bari says:

      Mitch has gotten away with his “Aw shucks, I’m just a guy from Kentucky” personna. Add to that his fine-tuned ability to deliver infrequent but well-timed good classic red, white, and blue conservative Republican-styled rhetoric defending the Senate and its (alleged) principles…. all while he’s quietly raping taxpayers and lining his pockets with gold from lobbyists, globalists ,and taxpayers combined.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Bingo. A whole lot of people make the grave mistake of
        underestimating Kentucky. They can’t get past the “briarhopper”
        accent, the applachian white trash poverty. The people that
        are very successful in Kentucky are entirely another breed.

        Big fish swimming in small ponds. INVENTED the good old
        boy system. Have things so bolloxed up in weird ways that
        you can’t even begin to imagine things can possibly work that
        way. Is it by circumstance? Is it by no one paying attention?
        Is it by design?

        Weird things happen in Kentucky. My dad wanted to buy a
        historic home in an area near one of the corps lakes. The
        price was absurdly low, all of the real estate was at fire sale
        prices in the area. Needed a lot of fixing up. Pre civil war,
        looked like a mini “Tara”. Went to see the property deed.
        The next door neighbor’s drive way went through 15 feet of
        the property’s front yard. Place was also full of snakes, so
        he gave up on the deal.

        Property #2 was down the street. Vacant lot. Similar issues:
        property boundaries. New issues: utility easements. Finally
        purchased a 3rd property to build their “dream retirement”
        home on. God works in mysterious ways. My mom’s health
        declined. They sold the property. I was thankful for that turn
        of events, as they had access to trusted health care, public
        transportation if it was needed at the time.

        So… the little things are a mess in parts of Kentucky. BUT
        the people that are “successful” are absurdly so. One noted
        person in the area had boat and car dealerships. Even had
        factories assembling runabouts and houseboats. Sold 3 different
        lines of cars. Sounded like he’d put on his shoes for that
        first time ever that morning. Earlier in his career, before the
        area really grew and he hit it big, this is what would happen
        if you’d go into his boat dealership for an engine part.

        He’d point at the person going out the door, and say
        “See that guy? He just bought the last one”.

        The big boys from Kentucky are Mr Haneys. Only
        crazy rich ( for their areas). We make the mistake
        of acting like Oliver Douglas in dealing with them.

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  29. SYFer says:

    I assume y’all follow SD on Twitter? This week gets interestinger and interestinger. Cowboy up.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Raghn Crow says:

      I liked this of his:
      TheLastRefuge
      @TheLastRefuge2·7 h
      See… the key is to get everyone to *want* you to be wrong. Get them invested in proving you wrong. Get them emotionally invested in being so against you that when you revel the truth it makes them work extra to prove you are wrong. That makes bigger message. Not hard.

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      • SYFer says:

        Indeed. Amidst the chaff are some very interesting little comments—particularly with regard to Durham. It’s gonna be and edge-of-your-seat weekend up here in the leafy canopy of the treehouse.

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      • Rhi316 says:

        Yup, LOVE Sundance stirring the swamp waters, agitating the bottom feeders and creating a feeding frenzy. He lit the fuse days ago and as it gets closer to kaboom time the freakout and chain reaction generated is a strategy Sun Tzu would be impressed with.

        Almost GO TIME! Prayers UP for Sundance y’all! (And our dear President and our Republic of course!) 😉 🙏

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  30. I will just put this here also:
    Back when Cruz first chose to run.
    Did due diligence on his back trail.
    Ya not normal back ground being first gen U S

    But prior to his run for Senate, obtained two high end high rise condo’s in Houston.

    BOTH LOANS ON HE AND WIFE’S AND MOTHERS CONDO’S FROM U S SENATE CREDIT UNION
    yep prior to even running , figure that
    Yep in the County Clerks Records Harris County Texas
    good way to research in your area ” http://www.courthhousedirect.com

    Liked by 7 people

    • lolli says:

      fobdangerclose🇺🇸
      Lyin Ted is not who he pretends to be.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Orygun says:

        I also haven’t forgot his biggest supporter was Mark Levin. Not to mention Ben Shapiro and his girlfriend trying to setup Corey with a phony abuse scam.
        My how the worms turn.

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        • lolli says:

          Orygun🇺🇸
          Yep. The “constitutional genius” was supporting the big “constitutional conservative” who was not qualified to run for the office of Presidency, and they both knew it. Ted even sealed up his records. SMH.

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    • itipmyhat says:

      Credit unions often have a broader field of membership than their name indicates. Senate FCU’s web site for example indicates that Supreme Court employees among a long list of employers are eligible, plus relatives of members. I believe he clerked for Justice Rehnquist for a time. Obviously this does not prove that Senator Cruz did not get some sort of special treatment but should inform an inference of same based on the facts presented.

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  31. Bogeyfree says:

    Huge information in that twitter storm last night. IMO Sundance has been like PT, fighting most of this fight by himself.

    So what did we get from the massive back and forth tweets as Sundance took on the world?

    1) Sundance has IMO definitely spoken with Eric or Don Jr.

    2) Sundance has IMO definitely spoken with Kerri Kupec

    3) Sundance learned some very important information from possibly Kerri maybe by accident about the “Durham investigation”

    4) the good news it does seem like there has always been an investigation but I’m guessing here in that it is much, much beyond Russia Collusion.

    5) IMO the real investigation could be focused on spying abuse 2009-2016 or Money Laundering via NGO’s, Iran Deal or possibly sex trafficking but I lean to the first three.

    I was worried when he said no Durham Investigation until I kept reading the tweets and Sundance said this one.

    So ask yourself why would anyone be worried about Sundance naming the “lead investigator of Russia Collusion?

    Simple, because naming the lead investigator has nothing to do with Durham and it will point everybody into Barr’s real direction of investigation.

    Now why would Sundance mention guess who called the other day?

    If this was all about Russia Collusion Barr wouldn’t give a crap about Sundance naming a lead under Durham.

    So the phone call plus the tweet asking Sundance to pause until next week has to mean Barr and the boys have been investigating something beyond Russia Collusion and he prefers it not be exposed for a few more days.

    IMO it can only be the Iran Deal, 2009-2016 Illegal Spying and Blackmail or Money Laundering.

    I can’t wait until 5:00 pm tomorrow

    Liked by 7 people

    • 55praises says:

      perhaps it ‘touches’ various people who will speak or attend the DNC convention next week – better to go on offense prior to

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    • Tl Howard says:

      I missed it last night. I’m trying to catch up. When Sundance tweeted that Durham is a “head fake” is that good or bad? Is a “head fake” to fake MAGA into thinking something was/is being investigated when nothing of the sort is being done OR does Sundance mean Durham was/is a “head fake” to keep us and the press of the *real* investigators?

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    • Issy says:

      Bogyfree: Isn’t it always about the money?

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  32. Cupcake says:

    We are not being loud enough. We are not doing enough. Too many people are waiting for 1 person to save the day. Too many people trusting that there’s some plan. Yeah the plan is to screw us all and make it look like they tried like hell. We are out of time folks. Why aren’t we the ones marching? Protesting? Showing up
    on doorsteps? Making the noise? We are trusting too many people to make this right. If that’s our attitude we deserve to relinquish our rights. Trump is one fighter. Sundance is one fighter. We sit back and pray and trust. Why are we not organized? Where are the people that lead the true conservative movement? We have no one doing this? All these conservative politicians, leaders, business owners are not worried enough about their future as conservatives to advocate for real justice here? What it tell us? Blinded by lies. There’s no light at the end of this tunnel and I don’t want to know how we will all feel if he loses. Sorry, I fear for us all. With that said I can hardly organize a dinner party. So now what?

    Liked by 6 people

    • Puzzled says:

      Agree with you. One of the main problems is the left’s dominate control of all media, so half the population get superficial false mantras on an hourly basis. It is late in the game to reach these people. In the short term though even many of the uneducated are uneasy about violence, mobs, arsons, killings, looting. That is the glimpse of the left that needs to sink in to reach some, we know about the cancel culture but people do fear violence. I think we can reach some young people who are mostly brain washed and do not understand the dangers of what they are being sold. As far as reaching enough people on the bigger picture that’ll take much longer than the time before the election. We must re-elect the President.

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    • Libertybella says:

      I don’t know…I sent Ron Johnson a nasty email…hope he feels the heat…if thousands of people inundate the RINOs with nasty emails maybe they will start being concerned about their “safety” and start doing the right thing.

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    • readyandable1 says:

      Give me 150 million dollars plus and I’ll organize the greatest damn Conservative groups of all stripes you can think of.

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  33. kleen says:

    Did I get that we are about to confront the Democrat plants/Rinos for helping Dems?
    I don’t mean the obvious Demons like Romney.

    I mean Mitch, Lindsey, and the ones whose job is to go on TV and mislead voters that ohhhhh they are trying soooooooo hard to get to the bottom of it. If they only could… but can’t because of Romney in the committee…. well why is Romney in the committee? A-ha! Purposely to give RINOs the excuse of saying they can’t.

    They help elect the disruptors only to blame them for being unable to do anything.But they fund their campaign over and over, then place them in important committee. With that premeditated to help Democrats… our voters believe they are just incompetent.

    It’s witchcraft what this people are able to get away with.

    No one confronts them EVER. They go on Tv and play helpless and blame Democrats.

    Liked by 3 people

    • MightyMustardSeed says:

      Kleen – agree, it is demonic. The United States Senate is a criminal enterprise.

      Everyone pretends not to see the web of conspiracy reaching out across the globe.

      Liked by 2 people

  34. Serpentor says:

    Interesting to see GOPe Hugh Hewitt try and save his career at the last second like this. What’s amazing is that Ron Johnson isn’t doing likewise…..
    or is he?

    Went and bought a Costco sized box of popcorn for the next week. Will enjoy as we all watch the rats scatter.

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  35. Just read the tweet storm. Thank you for the heads up. We know, we are ready. Looks like the storm is about to hit, for real. I am so ready. SD, you are the best. These cockroaches are so evil, it boggles my mind.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Sound like Durham is another head fake just like Huber…

      Liked by 1 person

      • LKAinLA says:

        I saw that tweet and kept re reading it until I computed. We have been played by Bill Barr. Sad. There is no investigation. It will be up to President Trump to provide the proof of the spying. I hope at the minimum these traitors are ruined. The concept of “merit” is gone.

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      • kleen says:

        It explains why the crooks walk around smiling and are getting rich

        Also explains why all of those elected officials with knowledge about the hoax never ONCE took in consideration the crooks being busted before election.

        When they are on TV giving their election analyses, none of them ever said: well this election will be different because by then we will have many powerful people indicted and mass corruption is about to be exposed.

        NOT ONE HAS EVER SAID THAT.

        They are all planing for a normal election paying attention to polls.

        If we were about to see the big bust, polls would be useless. Democrats would be toast. House, Senate and WH

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    • LIbertybella says:

      The tweet storm was fun. 🙂

      Liked by 3 people

  36. The Republican Senators are disgusting spineless worms…

    Liked by 3 people

  37. dufrst says:

    The GOP is going to do its Uniparty duty and lose the Senate in 2020, as they did in 2018 in losing the House.

    All I ask is that the people of Kentucky take out Mitch McConnell no matter what. Yes, vote for the Democrat!

    The GOP allowed all of this to happen to President Trump. Paul Ryan purposely (along with others) lost the House. Before that, Paul Ryan neutered Devin Nunes who was a pit bull for the truth with that faux ethics probe.

    In this interview with Ron Johnson, he let the cat out of the bag. Mitch McConnell has told him to stand down. I don’t blame Rob Johnson. The reason the cat got his tongue in this interview is Mitch McConnell. He has overruled Johnson. It’s that simple.

    Paul Ryan lost the House to facilitate the Mueller investigation (insurance policy) and impeachment by the Dems and now we are watching McConnell lead the GOP to a Senate defeat in order to cover up this whole conspiracy and keep Trump from appointing Ginsburg’s replacement. More importantly than both of these is losing the Senate to try get Mitch’s old buddy Biden in the WH.

    Mitch must go!

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  38. Bogeyfree says:

    This post IMO can only mean Russia Collusion was a diversion investigation and IMO the real investigation has to be either about………

    The Iran Deal, Uranium One, Money Laundering or 2009-2016 Illegal Spying

    I believe Sundance stumbled upon this via his visits to DC and possible by accident when IMO he spoke with Kerri Kupec.

    And it sounds like Sundance has also spoken directly IMO with Eric or Don Jr.

    We just may get that military tribunal yet……………

    I can’t wait for Friday 5:00 pm

    Liked by 2 people

    • Bogeyfree says:

      The tweet of the Century…

      Liked by 7 people

      • hokkoda says:

        If I had to speculate on any of the things on your list, I would lean towards the illegal spying on US citizens directed by, and orchestrated by, now ex-President Obama. This is also why we’re hearing more about “election interference” as a reason to delay any criminal indictments. There’s no reason to delay criminal indictments against career bureaucrat crooks like Strzok, McCabe, Comey, Brennan, etc. That has nothing to do with the election.

        However, now that they have Burr’s cell phone, I bet they’ve got multiple US Senators, Congressmen, and former Obama Administration officials in a large-scale spying operation targeting US politicians, media, judges, etc. Hence the low-level buzz that maybe nothing will happen if it happens after Labor Day. Biden is potentially wrapped up in that (likely) as is potentially Kamala Harris.

        Many years ago during the IRS scandal it was widely reported that eGOP types like McCain had teamed up with Chuck Schumer to target conservative Tea Partiers using the IRS. This problem has been around for many years. “Russia collusion” may simply have been one major battle in the larger war…a Battle of Gettysburg watershed event that turned the tide. By winning at Gettysburg, Trump may be able to prosecute and win the bigger war.

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    • Rhi316 says:

      Praying you’re right Bogeyfree re military tribunals, since Mark Taylor’s prophecy and getting a good glimpse at the scale of corruption across all three branches as well as the international connections, I see no other way to insure justice and restore our Republic.

      But of course only true justice will come from when Jesus returns to set up His Kingdom. Whatever happens, I always pray ‘Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done…’ Keep praying treepers!

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  39. Mygreney Hyportnex says:

    SD, you call this “slapping”? What a pathetic spectacle!

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  40. All changes in….72 hours.

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  41. Bogeyfree says:

    This could mean……..

    Iran Deal, Money Laundering, 2009-2016 Spying

    Russia Collusion was the Cover Up and Barr and PT knew it all along.

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  42. Loralie C says:

    …Hey, let’s try selling Committee Hearings 2.0 to the American people. Don’t you think their kind of on to that game? No, no, no; I think we can pull it off for the millionth time. The alternative is unthinkable; we are all waist deep in this excrement.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Right to reply says:

      Yep! People need a vid on how DC works. Something along the lines of the movie “The Big Short” should wake them up!

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  43. WSB says:

    In case some have not seen this yet…

    Liked by 4 people

    • lolli says:

      WSB🇺🇸
      👍
      I saw it on Sundance’s Twitter.
      But I haven’t seen it posted 😉

      Thank you!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Nigella says:

      Cryptic… No on Durham?

      Liked by 2 people

    • That’s what I was afraid of…

      Liked by 1 person

    • Bogeyfree says:

      This is the 1:05 tweet but you need to connect it with the 1:14 tweet I posted above.

      IMO it all means Durham or Russia Collusion Investigation is a head fake but the real (non Durham) investigators who called Sundance wanted a week delay.

      So it’s either the biggest con job ever put on by the DOJ on the American people or there IS and has been another investigation all along.

      So what would be bigger, more important than Russia Collusion and a Coup?

      How about…..

      1) Uranium One and all the kickback money?
      2) Money Laundering and kickbacks schemes possibly Iran, Benghazi, Ukraine etc whereby many in all branches of Government had their hand in the till?
      3) Massive Illegal Spying from 2009-2016?

      So IMO this is the biggest con job ever put forth on the American people by those who claim incredible integrity and one system of justice or there is a HUGE sting/Investigation well beyond Russia Collusion.

      I guess we will know 30 hours.

      Liked by 3 people

      • glissmeister says:

        Yes. The magnitude of this vast overarching investigation has yet to be seen.

        It’s HUGE.

        Dare I say: “Bigger than we’ve ever seen before.”

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      • WSB says:

        Yes, there are two tweets together.

        This one is more telling and a bit disturbing as the real investigators were also wanting ‘more time’.

        Sorry, Ron.

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  44. Bogeyfree says:

    Question:Why would the DOJ bother calling Sundance concerned he was going to expose Durham’s Russia Collusion lead investigator?

    Answer: They wouldn’t unless the name Sundance was going to expose is investigating something entirely different than Russia Collusion and they are not ready for THAT to be exposed.

    Think Hammer Program, think NSA Contractor Spying, think WH Green Room or Money Laundering Schemes like Ukraine, Iran, Benghazi.

    I’m thinking this is even bigger than a coup on a President. And it fits why PT might not be around for a while comment.

    IMO Sundance got just the other week a name that didn’t fit and he knew it. The name immediately meant a totally different investigation.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Right to reply says:

      Johnson is tied directly with the NSA. He’s their biggest fan!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Beau Geste says:

      weiner laptop ‘insurance file’?

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      • Right to reply says:

        Wiener is a filthy, pervert, but I don’t believe that is what is on the laptop. I believe it has raw harvested info from the NSA database, pay to play, and the daily briefings from Christopher Steele.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Beau Geste says:

          lots of room on a laptop. you are right. Plus All hillary’s classified emails she lied were destroyed personal ‘yoga’ communications. clinton foundation bribery. scams. plus some of weiner’s ‘personal’ files, too.

          all deep-sixed by the DOJ/FBI.

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    • WSB says:

      Chinese Virus?

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    • Danielle says:

      My personal opinon is this. I think this big ugly big reveal is necessary. Why? If someone else who has thoroughly been investigating everything leaks the information, well that takes away the propoganda media from screaming their “taking out political enemies” talking point. It relieves the DOJ of being President Trumps hit squad. It will enbarass the msm from not being able/willing to figure this out. It will ruin their credibility once and for all. After all, how could a blog site outwit the major media complex?(very easily I know).

      Anyone asking what can they do this big reveal will ultimately guide you. When the dam breaks it should motivate us all. Join the re-election campaign for President Trump in your area. Work the phone banks, work social media. This plandamic was designed to shut us down. To shut down our momentum. It has succeeded for the most part.

      There are things we can be doing. Going to your GOP headquarters( yes there are rinos, make it clear to everyone there you want no part in backing the corrupt, if you did you would be at the DNC.) Call into Hannity’s radio show, call into Levin’s and Ingraham’s. Call into to C-Span. Lie about the context of your call to get on air. Pray and the Lord will guide you.

      Everything is at stake here, everything. You have children? That alone should motivate you. Pay attention to whats going on at schools. Become a volunteer there. Report what you find out. Donate to your childs school. We all want change in the school system, you have to start somewhere.

      We can make a difference besides talking in our echo chambers. I constantly see we need to act being typed. We are kind good hearted people. We dont believe in violence. We dont have msm outlets propping us up. I am tired of hearing about the 50 percent being radical. That just isnt true. You are playing into the narrative. The media has constantly beaten us, berated us, despised us. They do this because they fear us. They fear that if we ever got our act together we would show the world we are the majority. We would ruin their plans of a communist takeover.

      I dont have all, if any answers. This much I know, we are not the minority. Believe it or not you can go to college and not be a radical. You can go to a public school and not be a radical. You can see a movie and not be a pedophile. You can own a gun and not be a white nationalist. You can believe in God and not be a right wing zealot. You can stand for the anthem and not be a racist. You can love one another and not be sell out. You can support our President and not be any of the above. These are all FACTS. If we all took time to talk to one person at a store a walk anywhere, show them a lasting impression, an act of kindness.

      Has the media really warped our sense of reality? Has the media really convinced you that most americans are brain dead? Has the media really convinced you the electoral process is fair? How do you transform the country? Through our branches of government. How do you do that? You make sure your candidates win by any means necessary(cheating, smearing your opponents, using fake polls, fake sources, writing hit pieces in unisom, paying agitators to destroy) You tranform the country from within. Everything else is a distraction. Again all of these are facts. If you want to continue to believe the cheating, smearing, paid agitators is minimal to achieving their goal well, then why bother being concerned about what you can do because with that view it wont matter will it? If you truly beleive 50 percent of the country is gone no getting through to them then please quit asking what can you do. I choose to believe in humanity, the kindness of the human soul. It still exists.

      I will end my rant with this. Why are there so many “fact checkers” aimed at conserveatives? Why do our voices get shadowbanned or suspended? Why is the go to to call us racists and bigots? Why is such a big deal to keep churches closed? Why do people get paid to commit acts of violence(antifa, blm, act blue) If we are so outnumbered what are they afraid of?

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  45. deplorablepubliussyrus says:

    High is A Nice Lutheran Lady who has suddenly been red-pilled by reality: his favorite ethnic food restaurant burnt to the ground in Minneapolistan.

    Don’t be fooled. He’s just another Useful Idiot. Now stimulating circular firing squads amongst conservatives on behalf of The Deep State Elite Party.

    He’s a trained chihuahua last working for MSNBC, was it?
    He’s just another a fluffer like SECupps.

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  46. Danimal28 says:

    Look, people like Johnson and/or Hewitt are either simply getting paid very well by organizations within or outside of the government to not do anything or their lives are being threatened. I think it’s the latter; the ‘interagencies’ have information on ALL of them and it is being employed or made up throughout. The only thing we can do is vote them out.

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    • hokkoda says:

      Never underestimate the power of money and being in the club. These guys make very nice mid-high 6-figure salaries to push whatever narrative they’ve been hired to push. Back before they imploded, National Review got so bad that you could actually tell who was paying the bills of the contributor just by reading the column.

      I gave up on Hugh Hewitt in the mid-00’s because he was such a phony even back then. A blogger I follow refers to people like Hewitt as “kept men”. Their job is to defend the Left from attacks by the Right, and they stay just inside the rules written by Lefty so they don’t get thrown out of the club and hurled into the void.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        The two Erics on Cox Media: Ericcson and that
        Von Hessler stooge who has all the people doing
        impressions. Controlled opposition to the Nth degree.

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    • Dave Radetsky says:

      Johnson and Hewitt are in different categories. Johnson is a senator and he is part of the UniParty. He is controlled by the globalist masters they receive their marching orders from. People like him are won over by the UniParty because they become part of the DC Club that rules and make lots of money and have huge amounts of power. Hewitt is in a different situation and is controlled differently.

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  47. Right to reply says:

    They are all filthy, dirty, and corrupt!
    “After Rep. Richard Neal Secured $3 Billion for Biofuel Industry, Son Secured Lobby Job”
    https://theintercept.com/2020/08/13/richard-neal-biofuel-son/

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  48. Right to reply says:

    We need a short vid like this. Imagine if James Woods would do it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hG4X5iTK8M

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  49. gary says:

    sundance calls someone ‘genuine investigators’. there must be some investigation going on.

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    • Hans says:

      I’m starting to come to a real conclusion..

      Yes there is a genuine investigation and it is Sundance and US.

      there is only smoke and mirrors from Barr/ Durham .. government politicians/judicial system and MSM

      A federal courthouse is under attack no Federal indictments….Why..

      Now Portland says they are not going to charge rioters that attack police.. WHERE THE HELL ARE THE FEDS…

      So now you see why WE need to pony up.. why We need to teach.. President Trump has 98 % approval rating and the Uniparty doesn’t care.. the game is fixed..

      Time to ride…. my friends ..time to ride…

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      • twohartsintx says:

        I had heard that the Feds were charging. The state and city might not be, but the ones that the Feds arrested are being charged in federal court and the state has no say in those charges. But I could be wrong.

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        • rebate456 says:

          You have to understand jurisdictional boundaries. Trump cannot just ride in wearing a white hat and start knocking heads. He also cannot use the US military against US citizens. POTUS consistently says, ..’we are ready WHEN ASKED..” I know there are exceptions, but even the citizens don’t want the feds or any police. So let them lie in the bed they made.

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          • twohartsintx says:

            Right, but I believe that those individuals that the federal officers arrested for damage to the Federal Courthouse or attacks on Federal Officers are the ones that still might be facing charges. The head of the DHS had said they were planning to charge those individuals. The US military were not in Portland, it was federal agents from several agencies whose job it is to protect federal property or were already in the city because that is where they are based. However, several presidents have sent in actual military troops to bring order or peace in a difficult situation, doing so is legal. I don’t agree in letting them “lie in the bed they made”. Up to a point, maybe, but I am not willing for the US government to just walk away and allow a part of our nation to secede, whether they like it or not!

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      • wtd says:

        Diana West, author of these highly recommended works…“The Red Thread”, “American Betrayal”, and “The Death of the Grown-Up” has repeatedly expressed her concerns about William Barr by reminding her audience, “William Safire, identified Barr as “The Cover-up General” in the 1990’s”.

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        • harrietht3 says:

          Yes, wtd, I read that too, as I closely follow Diana West — daily.

          However, even a “cover-up general” can experience a political conversion, if not also coincident with a spiritual renewal. The mid-nineties was a quarter century ago. The truth is that I *want* to believe AG Barr is one of us; I want to believe that he understands as we do that we have come to that “hill to die on.”

          I keep him in my prayers — I ask God to grant him the strength and courage to do what is right and just, according to God’s will, not man’s corrupt definition of the two.

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  50. annie oakie says:

    I had a comment not show up. Not sure what I said that caused that.

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