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. Bogeyfree says:

    Ad Rem,

    All my post going to moderation or not posting. Am I in time out or just a bad name?

    Tons to chat about today so I’d appreciate if you could look into this,

    Thanks

    BF

    Liked by 1 person

  2. kleen says:

    Step #1 to saving our nation;

    Stop calling RINOs weak, or useless or incompetent… Their job is to help Dems. It’s a uniparty.

    They are VERY competent. They manage to fool the voters into voting for them over and over while funding campaigns of traitors like Romney and placing them in important committees.

    Have you asked yourself why?

    Why does Mitch has Rubio, Romney, Burr and more in import committees? Why not fill them with pro-Trump conservatives?

    Why? Because Mitch HATES conservatives. It’s all by design.

    Liked by 15 people

    • James Jones says:

      If your not so American wife had a large ocean going freighter good for cargo loads would you back your country to the hilt or back it only so long as you could still make a fortune from your wife’s business dealings……

      Liked by 6 people

    • Judiciary says:

      Kleen, you’re spot on about RINOs knowingly betraying us and our President. Unfortunately, they seem to control the candidate selection process in too many states. That’s why we keep getting RINOs offered up each election.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Missy says:

        The candidates, with a few exceptions, are pre-chosen to run by the corrupt state GOPe machines, then funded by House and Senate “leadership funds”, and corp donations in the primaries. The primaries are SUPPOSED to be the place that the ordinary guy can choose a non-swamp candidate. That’s no longer so.

        These guys are gonna roast in hell for their betrayal of this great nation. I know God wants to save them, but I want to see them burn. Maybe he can give them a taste here, so that they won’t have the whole meal in eternity. Scare the crap out of them.

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    • WVPatriot says:

      The RINOs love their bribes into off-shore numbered accounts, power over us and advance the globalist (UN) agenda of destroying the U.S.A.

      Liked by 1 person

    • lfhbrave says:

      I wonder if they knew how French revolution got started in the first place some 200 years ago, considering how blatant they are in their acts.

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  3. Patience says:

    Compare what is required in playing a bagpipe
    to what Barr may be doing

    >A lot of coordination

    I think we will be pleased
    >The best IS yet to come

    Liked by 3 people

  4. Donata says:

    Ron Johnson is fake from the tip of his toes to the top of his head. Born natural Liar. He deserves so much more grief. So many swamp creatures. It’s hard to fathom.

    Liked by 7 people

    • More Bore says:

      Totally – Hewitt asks him “which Senators are blocking so we can throw them out” – Johnson keeps portraying it as if its someone else who is concerned wth the optics.

      BS. Dollars to donuts it is JOHNSON who is the block.

      Liked by 8 people

      • vikingmom says:

        They all take turns pretending to be the good guy so they can get reelected…it is evidently Johnson’s turn this week to act saddened and discouraged by the antics of a “few bad” Senators but it is ALL Kabuki theatre!! They are ALL in on it and simply switch parts depending on what is needed at any particular time!

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        • longtimereader says:

          You are so right!

          Liked by 1 person

        • ujijin says:

          In traditional Kabuki men play female characters and some become quite popular for it.

          So I’m guessing that the GOPhers digging underground tunnels to accumulate the fruit of their dirty deeds—and snatch good roots from useful plants above—look completely neutered. Eunuchs all. And they look like they’re taking aging-accelerant drugs. The sunlight is literally painful for them.

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      • martyb59 says:

        Isn’t Romney on that committee? he would be my pick as the guy blocking the testimonies of Comey and Brennan.

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    • Larry Charles says:

      He clearly showed himself to be a coward talking to Hewitt.

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  5. cattastrophe says:

    One of my favorite movies of all time. In my top 10.

    Liked by 4 people

  6. Sofa King says:

    Update:

    Kyle Cheney (@kyledcheney) Tweeted:
    UPDATE: Johnson’s committee now says no one is blocking any subpoenas for Comey/Brennan, rather there’s just a desire to exhaust all options to get them to testify voluntarily.

    Aides say the exchange with @hughhewitt was a misunderstanding.
    https://t.co/aRUdvbVVfD https://twitter.com/kyledcheney/status/1293642688517025801?s=20

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    • Mr e-man says:

      Exhaust options? How phony. Ask them to come testify. Give them a week to respond. If they don’t , then subpeoana them. It should have been done months ago. Just another stall tactic just like Lindsay does. Get to the bottom of it but never have a hearing. or when you do, you don’t ask the real questions.

      Liked by 11 people

      • WhiteBoard says:

        FCK THAT!

        Supeona COMEY and Muller.

        And ask them why CONTRACTORS have UNATHORIZED (yes unauthorized!!!) access to our NSA DATABASE to EXPORT THE DATA for private use!!!!!!

        Americans DEMAND this – this is the ALL SEEING EYE to compromise all.

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    • H.R. says:

      I agree with the aides. Apparently Johnson didn’t understand that Everybody Knows.

      So it was a misunderstanding on his part. I think now Johnson understands that he’s been exposed as a character in Punch and Judy show, and he’s not fooling anyone anymore. We can’t unsee the strings.

      Is your misunderstanding all cleared up now, Senator Johnson?

      Liked by 5 people

      • MightyMustardSeed says:

        HR – Your ‘Everybody Knows’ caught my eye.

        Plan to use it as an opener, to get to first base with folks who won’t listen to conservatives.
        They may not want to listen to me, but they will want to know what ‘Everybody’ but them knows.

        Never know where your seed will grow! ‘Everybody Knows’

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    • gabytango says:

      Why, how utterly genteel and civilized of the Republicans…./s. I have no words!!! How can anyone arrive at any other conclusion other than they have no desire to go after these corrupt DevilRats because they are in cahoots??

      Liked by 9 people

    • Bluto says:

      I don’t know how true it is but Gateway Pundit is reporting today that Mitt Romney is the one blocking the subpoenas.

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      • Sofa King says:

        Romney isn’t blocking anything.
        Ron was granted the authority back in JUNE.

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        • mike says:

          Not necessarily. I think they have certain privileges like the blue slip, that allows one of the Senators that passed the motion to subpoena to remove their vote at anytime, like a pocket veto. It allows them to appear to give the voters what they want while sabotaging behind the scenes. It’s the way DC ‘doesn’t’ work.

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    • readyandable1 says:

      They have got to be delusional. Do they really think any one believe this tripe? “Don’t trust your ears, you didn’t hear that!”.

      These morons weaken their credibility with each Wiley-E-Coyote move they make. Laughable. Totally laughable.

      What. A. Joke.

      Liked by 4 people

    • thebigharry says:

      As i recall during the Senate Impeachment trial it was argued that the House had not exhaust all options before issuing subpoenas. That was used as a defense as to why the President should not have been charged with obstructing Congress. I also recall that there is SCOTUS case history to justify that defense.

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    • iswhatitis says:

      Kyle Cheney Tweeted: “UPDATE: Johnson’s committee now says no one is blocking any subpoenas for Comey/Brennan, rather there’s just a desire to exhaust all options to get them to testify voluntarily.

      Waiting for them to “exhaust all options” can itself become an exhausting endeavor (which, I am sure, is intended).

      Liked by 4 people

    • rebate456 says:

      Oh brother. A misunderstanding. *major teenage girl eyeroll* I think Ron Johnson is just a nice guy who got himself into something he can’t handle (Congress’s ways) and instead of fighting the evil he’s keeping his head down and appeasing everybody until he can squirm his way out without being destroyed. He’s not very good at being a sleazy pond scum weasel dirtbag, which causes me to think he’s not evil, just weak. And he will in time be pushed aside by both sides.

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    • ujijin says:

      Re-read and translated, that means “we’re exhausting all options to delay until past the election”.

      They make me sick. *bleaaaaaugghhh!*

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    • MaineCoon says:

      This “exhaust all options” is crap. Senate has had 4 years to “exhaust all options”.

      Don’t fall for the BS. Don’t waste your time.

      BS. BS.

      Keep focused on the task at hand which Sundance & allies are facing. If you tweet, go up against some of those attacking SD. Let a hand. ATTACK.

      “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…”

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    • j'accuse says:

      If Brennan or Comey won’t appear voluntarily I expect subpoenas are a waste of time if the goal is get them to testify, but the committee should still issue them to put on the record that the committee made full efforts to bring them in and they refused. By not doing the simple act of issuing witness subpoenas the committee signals a lack of interest in investigating all of the facts.

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  7. Le Blurr says:

    I can’t think of one congress person who got elected as a tea party candidate that isn’t a fake. Someone please help me here. I can think of at least five off the top of my head that turned out to be some of the worst RINO’s out there

    Liked by 5 people

    • Judiciary says:

      Le Blurr, I agree. Tea Party candidates were not always what they claimed. As I mentioned before, RINOS control the GOP in most states. They control who is selected as candidates in various elections. Their power needs to be smashed.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Mr e-man says:

        To be fair, not many people want to run. Yes, you can get rich if you are corrupt but if you don’t play along, your reputation and character will be destroyed. Good p[people don’t want to go through it.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Right to reply says:

          GOOD people have no reputation to tarnish. Its why they aren’t ALLOWED to run.

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          • readyandable1 says:

            Well even good people can have their reputation tarnished. We are all sinners to different extents. Youthful years never as wise as we are when we mature. Add blowing youthful things out of proportion, willing liars like Balsy Ford, and other straight-up fabrications that you will be forced to defend (why did you stop beating your wife), people from your life who have grudges against you (even if not even remotely deserved)… etc.

            A good person , as the other poster said, has to much respect for his family and friends who associate with them to put others closest to them through all that for the sake of their own ambition.

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          • iswhatitis says:

            Right to reply says: “GOOD people have no reputation to tarnish. Its why they aren’t ALLOWED to run.

            Then they make things up and unleash the “Wrap-Up Smear” on them, tarnishing those GOOD people that want to “brave” the fray. Doesn’t matter if it’s true or not – it only matters that enough of the public buys it.

            Nancy Pelosi “The Wrap Up Smear” 2017 06 22

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            • wolvybat says:

              iswhatitis : I , ( we ?) remember her saying that ! It was unbelievable that she actually came out and explained that to me/us ! Glad she was HONEST for once in her miserable, evil to the core, demonic possessed life ! Puke ! ( or is it Spit !? ) .

              My family ( most of us) & friends are all voting for P. Trump. Getting the realization that these Demon Possessed Creeps are going to make us crawl through glass to get to the polls. Have a creepy sense that they’re gonna do all kinds of evil aggressive things to keep US from voting. They’re gonna lay down in the streets & highways and block us and mob us and God knows what else. But we will keep walking or crawling even to the voting booths !
              Praying for God to send Archangel Michael and his Mighty Army of Angels to Defend us and Protect us on voting day !
              God Bless this most generous beautiful America ; God Bless P. Trump, his family, staff and Bless SD & all his !!!

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        • goddessoftheclassroom says:

          I couldn’t deal with the media.

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      • Agreed. I have seen the senate conservative fund endorse the wrong candidate more than once in past few election cycles.

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      • johnnybiface says:

        It is more likely that those at the top of the power structure in the congresses are the ‘go along to get along’ types, with the globalists, McConnell and Ryan. That ilk uses committee assignments and funding of primary candidates that are get along types so the tea partier gets outfunded and losses. McConnel, Ryan, and the other dummy boehner, smush those who threaten their Chamber and Globalist sincures. They may also use dirt against the tea party types to extort compliance or political losses.

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    • Marcus Aurelius says:

      Not sure if he is tea party, but Thomas Massie R-KY at least seems to have a conscience regarding the people’s money.

      Liked by 1 person

  8. Grant Hodges says:

    I expect nothing from Barr. I watch Graham doing just enough to keep Maria Bartiromo from denouncing him as a DNC agent. Johnson is useless. I hope Sundance has something great up his sleeve. It’s a cinch the people who got us into this mess by helping the Dems frame the President and frame Gen. Flynn are NOT the people who will get us out of this mess. Graham, Johnson, McConnell: May the bird of paradise fly up your nose.

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    • seattlewonder says:

      My sentiments exactly. I lost hope when COVID started. I knew the whole thing would lose its traction and fizzle as the election got closer. Unless Trump is re-elected absolutely nothing will be done.

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      • hopespringseternal2020 says:

        I believe that’s incorrect. The President knows they will destroy both him and all of his
        family when he is out of office. They will get what’s coming to them in one way or another!

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  9. avocadodipp says:

    I asked about a month ago my Senators, Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul the same question Mr Hewitt asked,
    “When are going to do something about the corruption – when are you going to do something about the coup?

    This is what I received from Mitch:

    Dear Mr. XXXXXXX,

    Thank you for contacting my office. I appreciate your taking the time to make me aware of your views.

    Each and every day, I work hard to earn your trust and fight for Kentucky in the United States Senate. As Congress continues to address the challenges facing our nation, I will remember your thoughts and concerns. Only with the input of active and informed citizens like yourself, can the United States Senate address the issues affecting our country. Rest assured that I will keep your thoughts in mind as the 116th Congress proceeds.

    Again, thank you for contacting me about this matter. If you would like to receive periodic updates from my office, please sign up for my eNewsletter at http://www.mcconnell.senate.gov, become a fan of my page on Facebook by visiting http://www.facebook.com/mitchmcconnell and follow my office on Twitter @McConnellPress. In the meantime, I hope you will continue to keep me informed of issues important to you.

    Sincerely,

    MITCH McCONNELL
    UNITED STATES SENATOR

    Received this after a month… haven’t heard back from Rand Paul.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Mygreney Hyportnex says:

      This letter is exactly the kind of pablum I would get from my Senior Senator the Honorable Elizabeth Warren, which I admit is way better than what I used to get as answer from my former Representative Niki Tsongas whose drivel was completely unrelated to my letter, such as I write about Globull Warming and “she” writes back about her heroic defense of women’s rights/health (i.e., abortion) and some such. I do not even bother with her replacement.

      Liked by 4 people

    • KBR says:

      Form letter.
      “This matter” applies to every matter any person writes about.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Hans says:

      Sure looks a congressional Cock roach letter to me…
      you know the one.. in the old days they had a series of form letters the Rail Road companies sent out if someone complained… people got wise.. when the letter came back with a #48 slip with cock roach printed on it.

      No facts just BS.. smoke and mirrors people..

      Time to Ride ..

      Liked by 1 person

    • gabytango says:

      This useless letter from Mitch is the equivalent of “check’s in the mail.” The subpoena’s in the mail.

      Liked by 1 person

    • litenmaus says:

      Consider yourself honored avacadodipp…I wrote a letter to the Leader of the Senate, Mitch McConnell, regarding the Senate’s participation in holding impeachment hearings based on an investigation from a kangaroo court. I have never received a reply….

      Liked by 4 people

    • CrewDog says:

      Hey Gang,

      Re: Writing Fed & State “Public Servants”?

      Congress Critters & other Gubermint Bigs, most assuredly, won’t see your missive!
      If you are lucky, some Wiper 3rd Class my add your views to some “Finger in de Wind” Tally Sheet …. before using it for Bum Wad!
      You are wasting your time writing scholarly letters!
      Write letters using Bullet Point Plain-n-Simple sentences stating your views &/or actions you expect to be taken on some issue/concern.
      Send out cc: letters to others up-down the chain if the matter is of some importance.
      I also send copies to Friends/Family in the hope that they will get off their Dead Asses!

      GOD SAVE THE REPUBLIC!

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    • offtv says:

      CONgress buys those (with our tax dollars) by the thousands and just adds their state/district and auto signature. I get the same thing word for word from Crap pile (Crapo) and in the past, from the “dog dont hunt” worthless Labradore.

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    • coldanger says:

      Well that said a lot….of nothing. I get the same one from my senator Lankford, who just happens to be on the committee with Johnson. We tried to primary him last election, but he’s in the R”in”O crowd…

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    • Trygve says:

      Q: “when are you going to do something about the coup“

      A: “I will remember your thoughts and concerns”

      I would immediately forward his response to the FBI. He’s clearly aiding and abetting the coup.

      Oh, wait…

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    • willthesuevi says:

      I write my Senators and Congressman every week. Same boilerplate crap they send every letter writer. Only some low level aide ever reads this stuff.

      I even include at the bottom of every single communication; “Please do not insult me with a form letter reply. Only reply if the [congressman] actually reads the thing”. Rarely get replies anymore unless they need money, again.

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  10. Richie says:

    Even the judges are in on it

    Liked by 4 people

  11. MustangBlues says:

    Ron Johnson is the chairman and can supoena who he decides, and said he would supoena comey and others.

    romney the skank is not deciding, he is a distraction so the blamers have someone to castigate. johnson is being blackmailed by pedo island of epstein, obama collected all that info and has all the politicos by the shorthairs;

    obama the indonesian will blow up their reputations first, and that doesn’t work effectively to shut the up, then the arkansas-cides will begin. a criminal cabal obama runs, needs to be disinfected.

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    • Jahaziel Maqqebet says:

      Apparently Romney is not (in this case) the scuzzbag. Johnson won’t say who they are. And Johnson says he needs their votes.
      Try to keep up.

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  12. Doppler says:

    Well, it would be enjoyable to hear Johnson and his committee raked over the coals like that, called an abject failure in the eyes of the center-right, left sputtering with no excuse for why his committee hasn’t subpoenaed Jim Comey and grilled him in proper cross-examination format, why he and Mitch have played four corners offense to run out the clock, except that all we get out of it is the satisfaction of imagining him sweat on a radio talk show. He made no commitment to do anything, refused to call a public vote on subpoenaing Comey, blamed Wray for not indicting McCabe, revealed himself as the deep state weasel he is, does not appear to be likely to do anything other than let the clock run out.

    Michael Lewis in Liars’ Poker described “blowing up a client,” where he’d been persuaded by his handlers to put client money into some bond holding that was going to implode, then having to call the client with the bad news when it. A few minutes of listening to an angry and unhappy voice, ended when he hung up the phone. No impact on his own career, except not to take advice from that handler again, and maybe long-term adding to his decision to change careers and become a writer. Listening to Hewitt grill Johnson was just like that, Hewitt the angry, unhappy, dissatisfied client, Johnson the underling having to take the abuse, with no impact on how the system functions.

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  13. More Bore says:

    Kudos to Hewitt but his swamp status blinds him to seeing WHY these guys are stalling – because THEY TOO are IMPLICATED.

    Liked by 4 people

  14. Spooky says:

    Ron Johnson is the absolute epitome of the useless, feckless, gutless Republican Senator. An inarticulate, cowardly, business as usual fraud. So much stuttering and stammering and excuse making from an empty suit only concerned about his re-election prospects. We will never get justice from these milk toast losers. Please realize that China Mitch wants it this way!

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  15. Rix Six says:

    On my morning commute, for talk radio I have a choice between Hewitt, Gallagher and Kilmeade. On many a commute I’ll turn the radio off.

    To me Hewitt is like Levin and Shapiro. They all changed their tune on Trump when they started to lose audience share and it threatened their paycheck. It’s nice to think that they’ve seen the light, been red pilled, they haven’t. They are in media to make a living, their only compass is the one that points to an easy paycheck.

    Still rather listen to them than the corporate boardroom canned crap that they call music that’s played on the radio these days.

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  16. Fools Gold says:

    🤔 At this point in time I see no alternative to just holding my nose and pulling the lever for all Republican canidates on Nov. 3. If Anybody has a better idea I’m all ears. . .

    Liked by 5 people

    • gary says:

      last twenty years i pulled one party. the repubs betrayed us. money talks. we walk.

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      • goddessoftheclassroom says:

        I understand your frustration, but we must NOT allow Pelosi & Schumer to be in charge.

        Liked by 5 people

      • martyb59 says:

        it is imperative that Republicans keep the senate. I don’t like some of the spinless rinos either, but they are better than a Dem. At least they will vote with Trump much more often than the Dems. A vote for a 3rd party candidate is helping the Dems.
        That being said, I would like to see Utah residents recall Romney. What a major disappointment he is!

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    • offtv says:

      Pull that lever 2 more times in 2020, 2022, then in 2024, pull it for the new Trump Party.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Junior Samples says:

      Tired of holding my nose. Head high and voting for 1 person: PDJT. I’m done with the battered wife syndrome so the rest can go suck it.

      Liked by 1 person

      • steph_gray says:

        No voting downticket, eh? Then you’re okay with seeing PDJT impeached and run from office, are you? And then the DementoRats take over with Pelousy and destroy everything?

        The perfect is the enemy of the good. I also want a Trump Party in 2024 after four years of recovery like nothing we’ve ever seen – the way we get there is giving him all the marbles. It’s called strategy. We need some.

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  17. Bogeyfree says:

    So from this tweet we either have the biggest con job ever put over on the American people via the DOJ or we have a real investigation masked under the disguise of Russia Collusion.

    I personally believe there is a real “other” investigation and it is possibly……..

    1) Illegal Spying 2009-2016
    2) Money Laundering Schemes, possibly Uranium One, Iran Deal, Benghazi or Ukraine that involve members in all three branches of government who had their hand in the cookie jar.

    IMO Sundance just recently figured this out when a name that didn’t fit with Russia Collusion was accidentally dropped.

    The fact that he tags Kerri Kupec so much tells me it was the DOJ who tried to get Sundance from exposing the name this Friday because that name exposes the real investigation.

    If I’m wrong and there truly is no investigation then what does that tell all Americans about our DOJ under AG Barr?

    This tweet suggests there is a Real Investigator IMO

    And I hope Sundance is the guest of Dan Bongino’s show Saturday, which by the way he has never had a Sat show before. Coincidence?

    Let the Big Ugly Begin!

    Liked by 12 people

    • More Bore says:

      Don’t follow Twatter so did not see this.

      However, I take this as very good news. It means you are over a target

      Liked by 5 people

      • islandpalmtrees says:

        It means that they know an earthquake is coming. And, they are looking for more time to prepare.

        Liked by 6 people

        • More Bore says:

          Yeah. My only reservation here is if, in theory, the investigations involve things that are only mildly related to spygate, or spygate is just the tail-end tip of the iceberg of the larger thing. To the degree we are only seeing an effect of the larger conspiracy (for example, SD theorized that this all could actually be about financial espionage, and I am reminded of the weird story with the CEO and the hot russian plant)… it could infect the ongoing sting operations.

          That said, its time. If you give them a week, they want 2 next; and then a month, and so on. The date is the date.

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          • islandpalmtrees says:

            Give a Mouse a cookie, they would want a glass of Milk.

            Liked by 2 people

          • gary says:

            if you think about it, what is one week? why not now? . if they asked, i expect something tomorrow from DOJ/FIB. they have to be ready. and how incompentent, that sundance knocks on a door and these ‘genuine investigators’ blab their mission to sundance? talk about loss of control.

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          • 63gordfa says:

            Let them ban smoking indoors and then next they want to ban smoking outdoors and then they want to ban smoking while floating in space and then they want to ban smoking in heaven…….
            No, no more time. The time is NOW.

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        • MaineCoon says:

          Yep. More time to figure out how they are going to scam the public again.

          More time to figure out a good false flag.

          More time to figure out what to burn down, blow up or shoot up.

          Times up.

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    • Fools Gold says:

      Thank you for posting that tweet Bogey.

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    • Jim Comey is a Weasel_Doug says:

      I was thinking the same thing when Bongino announced the Saturday show.
      Between he and Sundance, I know of few others who truly grasp the detail of the entire charade.
      BTW, Tick Tock FBLie PinBoy needs a thorough slapping around. He’s had Goober on week after week with his slimy smile letting him hoax his audience he was gonna do something real.He gloats about his “Ensemble Crew” as if they actually DID something…
      But alas, the flipping idiot has a huge audience and when you combine Tick Tock and Rush and Bongino, you have a HUGE audience.

      WE need a MARCH ON WASHINGTON.

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      • SanJac says:

        The problem is when true Americans decide enough is enough then the non lethal weaponry will come out. Then they will start mass arrest and true head cracking without mercy.

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    • Rhi316 says:

      Thanks Sundance for the ‘I will not delay’!
      Godspeed and May the Lord bless, keep and protect you! 🙏

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    • rayvandune says:

      Bongino says he is going to do a workout show from a New Jersey gym on Saturday, and then visit a N. Carolina tattoo parlor! I really don’t see Barr showing up in either of those places, but then again, I don’t see why Dan is making videos in them either! Who knows?

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      • hopespringseternal2020 says:

        It’s probably the gym in NJ that refuses to bow to the fascists and is remaining open.
        Or it could be a headfake?

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        • steph_gray says:

          No, he’s going. Both businesses have been destroyed by COVID-1984 totalitarianism in their respective blue states. I’m very glad he’s supporting them. COVID-1984, as SD has said many times, is a huge part of the left’s strategy to take down our VSG.

          I hope Dan catches up soon, but SD doesn’t need him this weekend to get ‘er done.

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  18. annie okie says:

    Ad Rem:

    I have posts going to moderation or not showing up. Not sure why. If you would let me know, much appreciated.

    Thanks!

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  19. Mike says:

    Hewitt’s interview reminds me of Tucker going after Braun. MSM radio and FOX only ask the hard questions ambush style when they know there is 0% chance it will make a difference and they want to preserve some street cred.

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  20. islandpalmtrees says:

    The 2020 Emmy goes to Hugh Hewit
    An Ron Johnson, picks up, best supporting actor.

    In yet another remake of “Lets Pretend To Be On Opposite Sides”
    http://www.emmys.com/sites/default/files/styles/marquee_main/public/marquees/72nd-emmys-noms-900×600.jpg?itok=SkaHb1NM

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  21. Brant says:

    It would appear that the Friday info drop has some folks squirming. Senators? No, but some talking heads seemed concerned. Nice going Sundance. Maybe some folks are running down the dock to jump on board as the boat leaves and the gangway is pulled up.

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  22. ezgoer says:

    You have to understand that there really aren’t two major parties. They are two sides of the SAME party. There are Democrats and there is Democrat-light.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Patriot1783 says:

      I wouldn’t even categorize them as democrats anymore. What have they done for the minority, poor, homeless, jobless, elderly or others they so claim to care about?

      Time to call them for what they are Vote whores.

      Liked by 2 people

    • coldanger says:

      It’s not about politics, that’s just the smokescreen. It’s about $$$. Greed is an all inclusive club, and both “parties” are members…

      Liked by 1 person

    • willthesuevi says:

      Sure, there are still two parties. The Rinocrats and the Trump Tsunami!

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  23. billsbowl says:

    Slippery as an eel.

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  24. DHarvey says:

    Not only my all-time favorite movie but not surprisingly my all-time favorite movie soundtrack. Jeremiah Johnson is my second most favorite movie ( is there a theme Here?) 🙂

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  25. fred5678 says:

    What heartens me is that at every recent presser, POTUS gives a very strong and short summary — “Obama and Biden weaponized the FBI and intelligence community to spy on my campaign and then spy on my presidency,” And no presstitute challenges him on it (as they ridiculed him after his March, 2017, Tweet about “wiretapping”)!!!!!!

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  26. 63gordfa says:

    Hugh Hewitt hewed Johnson with a political axe but who is going to hew Hugh?

    Liked by 2 people

  27. islandpalmtrees says:

    The name of the game, for the Uni-Party, is lets run out the time to September 4, 2020.

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  28. kleen says:

    Sundance is doing the right thing.

    Thank GOD for Sundance.

    But after Sundance gets the ball rolling we all need to get involved. He is not solving the problem, he is exposing the problems. It will be up to us to take that and demand justice.

    I think we should pressure POTUS into just ordering EVERYTHING TO be declassified at once and published.

    Just get it out there.

    Let fake news work hard to try to discredit it.

    It’s getting to the point we have to choose between nothing or publish documents exposing the truth.

    But, there’s always a possibility that Sundance will surprise us with some good news.

    After that, let’s all agree, time is up, no more waiting to see what happens.

    Less than 90 days til election. Waiting is death sentence for America.

    Time to act.

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  29. stats_guy says:

    These guys better sober up, there’s a legion of barking radicals waiting to re-structure this country. The radicals think this is their time. They are feeling the power of their roving gangs in Portland, Chicago and elsewhere.

    We all know about their plan as put out in the 22-page manifesto that if Trump wins by a clear margin the House will refuse to vote for him unless they are guaranteed one-party rule forever.

    Then we have the two whack-job mil people that are blathering about using the military to oust Trump..no doubt they are both angling for jobs in the Biden administration

    And this morning I visited TPM where a moonbat is barking out orders for the never Trumpers. They must show allegiance to the Party by supporting DC statehood, etc etc all of which will guarantee one party rule. The barking moonbat thinks this will be more democratic

    And on the RINO side of the equation? Crickets. It is not fair to Trump to have to deal with such useless people. But he has us at least, so there’s hope

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    • martyb59 says:

      Sorry to be so negative, but my guess is, the rigged vote by mail scheme will guarantee the Dems take the presidency, the house and the senate. The fix is in… The question is, then what?

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  30. exige24 says:

    I want to blast this slime bag in a furnace, but if I’m honest, I hold my true ire for the people who vote for said slime bags. How are people like him still elected representatives? Boggles my mind and it is ultimately the voters who are to blame. Grrrrrr…….

    Liked by 1 person

    • More Bore says:

      I feel gross saying this, but there is a brutal reality… In a state like Wisconsin, the alternative is a virulently anti-American Democrat, not a better Republican.

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  31. kleen says:

    Sundance, I hope you read this,

    TRUST ME ON THIS ONE, the biggest ally you will find to expose the swamp is Glenn Beck.

    I know he went nuts against Trump etc. He made a mistake. He is human, not perfect. But he is perfect to expose the swamp because he is passionate about it, has been doing it for over a decade and has a TV studio, can produce videos.

    PLEASE reach out to him. We need EVERYONE willing to help.

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    • More Bore says:

      Frankly, he has permanently tainted his brand. Not that I would ignore him completely, but to the degree you have him championing this, it simply gives the media brothels more license to ignore it on grounds that its a “kook” theory.

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      • kleen says:

        Desperate times calls for desperate measures. We need to unite. It’s war.
        Fight along with those willing to fight.
        There are many with “credibility” and good brand who are not willing to fight. Hannity for example, he promotes Lindsey G.
        Pretty much all FOX people are with RINOs.

        We are up against a giant. We need everyone we can get to help spread the message.

        It will not shock me if Hannity and other good brands turn against Sundance/us.

        Then what?

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      • fred5678 says:

        “media brothels” Heh.

        So obvious and logical after seeing “presstitutes” for so long, but I hadn’t seen this before!! 🙂

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    • GB Bari says:

      I thought of Glenn Beck weeks ago. He specializes in “Chalk Board” presentations of complex timelines that involve multiple and often interwoven events, multiple characters, and resulting in multiple outcomes.

      Earlier this year or perhaps late last year I watched him do a presentation on the Ukraine sandal that was fascinating. It was far more complex than I had realized although most of what he presented was familiar to me from reading both here and other reliable sources

      Back before he had his meltdown I had watched him present several timelines and /or organizational charts that illustrated relationships between people and groups that many of those people would probably have preferred not be made public,

      If Glenn truly understands the material, he appears to have an innate ability to untangle the complex and enable most average folks to understand.

      But I really don’t know as to where his present loyalties may lie. Still, lacking anyone else as effective in doing those elaborate presentations, he may be worth an inquiry.

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      • MaineCoon says:

        I watched some of the Ukraine presentation and agree w/your assessment. I do think he is high risk though. One never knows when he’ll meltdown or turn. I don’t consider him stable emotionally. It’s a tricky call with him.

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        • rebate456 says:

          Beck did great work in 2008-09 (thereabouts) exposing Soros and Soros and his minions came after him brutally. He has been ranting about the progressives and globalism for years. Much of what people now just accept about Soros came from Glenn Beck. What you guys call a meltdown was a physical ailment that almost killed him. He did a whole show explaining it.

          His recent chalkboards on Ukraine are excellent – The Democrats’ Hydra – and have turned out to be accurate. For people who care about objective truth, I would think you yourselves would do better research before smearing others who are on our side.

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    • 63gordfa says:

      And with a completely white head of hair and a white beard, the man has even more gravitas now.

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  32. Dayvz says:

    At some point those of us who know the machinations of the Uniparty with Deep State enabling against Trump, are going to move on and accept our fate living under the corrupt United States government.

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    • Joan says:

      How about this idea. We all show up at the House and Senate and politely (or not) “escort” all of them out of the building and lock the doors. We then announce that, should we need their services in the future we will let them know. We then occupy the building until President Trump appoints temporary representatives and senators until a formal election can be held. We the People then get busy and find Patriots to fill the vacated slots. I believe this activity is sanctioned by the Declaration of Independence; as in, “….whenever any form of Government becomes destructive of these Ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government …”

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      • Beau Geste says:

        The crooked, lying senators aren’t even there, despite their lie that they re “in session”.
        So it would be easy to just close the doors and declare “no one there, they are not in session” so recess appointments are made to replace wray et al with honest people wiling to investigate congressional leaking, kickback corruption, sale of favors, sale of votes, insider trading, and treason/sedition.

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    • Akindole says:

      Nope.
      At some point it will get real friggin ugly.

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  33. 63gordfa says:

    The radicals are going to do an Occupy The White House starting on Sept. 17 for 50 days.
    According to them, “The why hardly needs recitation. Because, for these nine years, the shadows have only grown longer. Inequality has soared. Not a single Wall Street CEO spent a night in jail for his role in the 2008 financial meltdown. Politicians and corporate criminals continue to savage the public trust with impunity.”
    So really it’s not racial inequality that is at the heart of these protests (that was the ostensible excuse) but financial inequality which widened after the 2008 financial crisis. They see the politicians’ cronies getting bailed out disproportionately once again during this Corona Virus crisis (E.g. Wall Street speculators). I can’t say I disagree with this part of their grievances. It’s just that I disagree with their proposed solutions.
    However, for the most part, they have a lot of energized young people on their side while we have a lot of energized, mostly older people on our side. We may not be able to outlast them. It may just be their time. If so, pray for America.

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    • timetostandandfight says:

      We “older” folks ALL OWN GUNS are are at the ENDS of our LIVES. Yes, we WILL put them to good use to save this United States of America for our younger kids and our Grand kids. As for the Vote, that might be up to the youthful after we are done dispersing the 50 day occupation mobs…
      I am ready to Fight and DIE for mine…are Ya’ll???

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  34. Michael Hennessy says:

    Sundance, when does the blanket party start?

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  35. timetostandandfight says:

    This 116th CONgress deserves Nooses, 99.9% of them.

    Liked by 2 people

  36. northwoodswatcher says:

    What we may be looking at rolling down the pike toward us — if VOTE-BY-MAIL is not eradicated soon — is America’s Allende Moment.

    The original Allende Moment refers to failure of the republican process in Chile in 1970, when a hardcore commie named Salvador Allende came to power in winning only 36.2 percent of the vote — less than the 38.6 percent he’d gotten in 1964 and just 1.3 percent less than the guy who came in second.

    According to the constitution, the legislature could have given the presidency to either of the top two candidates. It chose Allende only after he pledged EXPLICITLY to abide by Chile’s constitution.

    A few months later, however, President Allende blabbed to fellow commie Regis Debray that he never actually intended to abide by those commitments, but signed just to become president.

    The ultra-leftists in Allende’s socialist coalition pushed him to move quickly to realize their communist goals. They began seizing properties and setting up independent zones in cities and the countryside.

    Any of this sound vaguely familiar?

    Allende and his extremist allies destroyed the Chilean economy in the process. The commies fractured society, politicized the military and educational systems, and basically trashed Chile’s constitutional, legal, political, and cultural traditions.

    By July 1973, civil war loomed in Chile. One of Allende’s propaganda arms, the newspaper Puro Chile reported the leftists’ loss in the March 1973 legislative elections as a victory, with the headline: “The People, 43%. The Mummies, 55%.”

    Chile’s center-right candidates had won nearly two-thirds of the votes but here they were being told they’d lost. Pissed to the max, the conservatives got their act together and on the road.

    On August 22, 1973, Chile’s Chamber of Deputies voted 81–47 that Allende had systematically “destroyed essential elements of institutionality and of the state of law.”

    Chile’s Supreme Court earlier had condemned the Allende government for ignoring more than 7,000 court orders and other legislative rulings. You could see where this was going.

    Allende was accused by the Chamber of Deputies — in its resolution of August 22, 1973 — of support of armed groups, torture, illegal arrests, muzzling the press, confiscating private property, and not allowing people to leave the country.

    Sounds a little bit like New York City, huh?

    Allende socialized the Chilean economy. The legislature approved nationalizing the copper mines, but that was one of the few bills Allende ever got through his Congress. He began ignoring them, seizing everything in the name of the state — taking over foreign firms’ holdings, and seizing banks, industries, and estates.

    Unqualified people were appointed to run major businesses, just as the USSR had done with its political commissars. Industrial operations were run by boards of inexperienced factory workers, ports were managed by dock workers, and agricultural operations were led by field workers.

    Following the commie collective principle, Allende turned over Chile’s large farms to its fruit and vegetable pickers. By 1972 food production had plunged, and Chile had to ramp up its food imports.

    Allende’s last two years were like a preview of the yawning hole into which Venezuela has fallen.

    Chile’s demand outstripped its supply. Its economy shrank. Public debt exploded. A thriving black market blossomed. New investments and foreign exchange dried up. The value of copper sales dropped, shortages appeared, and inflation skyrocketed to 360 percent. The economy went into free fall.

    During the three-year-long Allende nightmare, freedom disappeared and lawlessness became rampant.

    Sound familiar?

    Even before the economy fell apart in mid-1973, street demonstrators were becoming daily occurrences, and were becoming more violent.

    The trucking industry, among many other industries, was crippled by strikes and so were the copper mines. Businesses were doing shutdowns and lockouts. Many business owners lost everything, and not a few committed suicide.

    “Chileans are ready to make this country burn and explode, from Africa to Magallanes, in a heroic, liberating and patriotic offensive,” Allende threatened his conservative opponents. To ensure they knew he meant business, he brought in Marxist guerrillas charged with dealing with anyone opposing Allende’s PU (Public Unity) Party.

    Street violence spiraled upward; judges got death threats.

    In fact, what pushed events to the breaking point was the “Cuban Packages Scandal,” in which large quantities of weapons were sent from Castro’s Cuba to arm pro-Allende terrorists in Chile.

    Chile now faced almost certain civil war, since Allende realized there was no way he would win the coming election. Estimates of the dead in a civil war ranged from half a million to a million.

    But wiser heads in Chile realized that a civil war was an AVOIDABLE catastrophe.

    There was another way out of Chile’s mess.

    After at least one aborted attempt, the morning of September 11, 1973 came a coup.

    Newly appointed army COC General Augusto José Ramón Pinochet Ugarte overthrew Allende’s regime.

    Behind-the-scenes support was provided to Pinochet by the U.S., while Allende got help from Cuba.

    Eduardo Frei Montalva, Chile’s president from 1964 to 1970, who helped to bring in Allende as his successor, later called the latter’s presidency “this carnival of madness.”

    Allende committed suicide. Fewer than 3,000 were killed by the military — far fewer than had already been killed by Allende’s goons during the many months of street fighting and terror attacks.

    Chile’s slide into communist hell was ended.

    The military government stayed in power for 17 years. A quarter million Chileans were arrested during that time. Universities were purged of terrorist sympathizers, Marxist books were burned. Rival political parties banned. Communists media sources shut down. Thousands Socialist Party of Chile members along with loads of Communist Party of Chile members fled the country.

    Today the most successful country in South America is Chile.

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  37. JE says:

    “Some are catching on…..”
    Who is getting confrontational who is in public view? Other than maybe Ted Cruz for 5 minutes at a time every month or so on Graham’s committee, I am not seeing it.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. Phil says:

    To HH, in the immortal words of John McClane in Die Hard: WELCOME TO THE PARTY, PAL!

    Liked by 2 people

    • goddessoftheclassroom says:

      If I had any video editing skills, I would create a clip with President Trump’s head superimposed over Bruce Willis’s as Bruce takes out the terrorists!

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  39. kleen says:

    I don’t see Paul Ryan’s FOX allowing Sundance’s info to air.
    Lou Dobbs will, but will they let him?

    Liked by 4 people

  40. JE says:

    The coup continues. The calculus has been made that aggressive confrontation would only serve to help with POTUS’ re-election. This is clearly counter intuitive to the goals of the uniparty. Truth be damned.

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  41. Beau Geste says:

    Why haven’t hugh hewitt or maria bartiromo, or tucker, or even the talkover king hannity, asked these crooked lying senate jerks:
    “Why do you lie that the senate is always in session to block PDJT from recess appointments?
    Why hobble your President with holdover traitor ‘workers’? No other President has been subjected to this lie to prevent recess appointments, much less by his own party. Why do you stab PFJT in the back? Despite your claim, the senate is not in session with one guy banging a gavel for a minute in the morning, while the quorum is on vacation.
    Why haven’t you called for a quorum, then declare ‘not in session’ so PDJT can force the house and senate to stay permanently ‘in session’ until they declare a recess?
    Why are you a a liar?

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  42. Right to reply says:

    Trump needs to unredact, and release EVERYTHING. Barr won’t do it. I don’t understand Trump’s reluctance to prove his innocence, and damn the conspirators!

    Liked by 1 person

    • He may even know of the plot to other means to move him and U S out of the way total control by this evil money cult. What they did once proven is a large group in line for hanging.

      In fact if the info sundance has once released may be enough for the evil ones to make a change in plans and go back to their long time plan and wait for Trumps next four years to end.

      They think they can outlast U S.

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    • SWVA Hillbilly says:

      Timing is everything. We need four more years of PDJT in office. He doesn’t do things willy nilly. When it is the right time to drop the hammer he WILL do so. But it is tough for me to be patient.

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  43. jersey814 says:

    I used to be amazed when people would say that they never voted because things never changed.
    If President Trump looses this election I am joining their ranks.
    The corruption and ineptitude of our elected officials is so frustrating that I am ready for a heavy session of anger management.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Beau Geste says:

      If PDJT loses, you will not have any choice to vote again.

      Liked by 2 people

    • 63gordfa says:

      If Trump loses I will shut myself off from all politics. I will just stay in my bunker watching all those movies I purchased through the years but have yet to watch.
      I will cling to my gun and Bible while I wait for the mob to come for me.

      Liked by 4 people

      • northwoodswatcher says:

        Might not be a mob.

        Might be just the police, sheriffs, a SWAT team, or one of the special teams some states have been using to enforce the so-called “red flag” laws.

        …Was just reading about the pre-dawn, “no-knock” raid March 17th in Potomac, Md., in which 21-year-old Duncan Lemp was shot in his sleep through a bedroom window by a Montgomery County SWAT team. His girlfriend sleeping next to him was injured.

        The police claim he was awake when they arrived at 4:30 AM and standing by an interior bedroom door with a rifle. Although it was a no-knock raid, they also claimed they called for him to put down the rifle and put his hands up. Several things don’t add up here.

        Several articles say the police claim to be vindicated because they found five firearms in the Lemp house and because they asserted that Lemp had a “criminal history as a juvenile” that “prohibited [him] from legally possessing or purchasing firearms in the State of Maryland until the age of 30.

        The point here is that these red flag laws, the first of which was enacted in 1999 in Connecticut, are giving the unconstitutionally inclined police — such as the face mask enforcement cops — all sorts of practice in how best to confiscate our firearms.

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    • cboldt says:

      Trump is different. In other years the uniparty gives the people a choice of approved candidates. It is an illusion of “voting matters” — not completely but to this extent, the march to globalism proceeds apace regardless.
      Voting is used as a propaganda tool against the people. Whatever the government does is legitimate, because the vote, viva free people.
      I keep beating the “universal suffrage is bad” drum too. And the senate is emphatically not a cure for the mob. There are much better way to limit the power of the mob.

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  44. JBird says:

    Looks like Romney is protecting Paul Singer, according to Gateway Pundit article

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  45. waveanalyst says:

    Well, that is the hardest I have ever heard a Senator be grilled, and I must say, Seen. Johnson deserved it. Where in hell have they been for the last three years? The Mueller investigation received no oversight from FBI, DoJ, or Congress, until now, less than three months before the election. I hope Seen. Johnson got Hewitt’s message.

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  46. avocadodipp says:

    I’ve listened to the Hewitt vs Johnson broadcast 4 times – can’t get enough of it. More interviewers need to follow Hewitt’s lead. Johnson didn’t get it!

    Liked by 1 person

    • albertus magnus says:

      Are you Hugh Hewitt? I am curious that you continue to post telling us how great he is and how others need to follow his lead.

      Curious as to your motivation for pushing him as an example.

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      • avocadodipp says:

        What?!? You need to re-read my post. You’re way off the mark. I commented about the broadcast clip sundance posted.

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      • avocadodipp says:

        I am so sick of these little snowflake reactions – someone “perceives” a person is saying something “nice” about someone they don’t like, and they go on the attack! This is what the Left is doing to President Trump!

        Well, we have our little snowflakes, too!

        Reading comprehension is your friend, albert.

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  47. Joe Fine says:

    Second Source: Mitt Romney Blocking Sen. Ron Johnson From Subpoenaing Comey, Brennan… To Protect Paul Singer

    “It’s pretty simple. Romney is covering for the role his billionaire supporter Paul Singer played in pushing the Fusion GPS dossier,” the source said.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/08/second-source-mitt-romney-blocking-sen-ron-johnson-subpoenaing-comey-brennan-protect-paul-singer/

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    • John55 says:

      I don’t buy that. If Johnson is covering for anyone it’s Mitch McConnell …. he is the one who might well be implicated if Comey and Brennan were compelled to tell the truth. Singer needs no protection.

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      • albertus magnus says:

        You are smart not to. Over the years, many here have questioned GP’s credibility. I know that many here just think getting their biases confirmed is proof of truth or facts, but it doesnt work that way.

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  48. John55 says:

    The sad thing is that Ron Johnson is actually an above average Republican Senator. I’d even say “well above average”.

    That’s a reflection of just how awful the majority of them are. Johnson might merit a “C” at best, but most of them deserve an “F”.

    Liked by 3 people

    • cboldt says:

      Hewitt this morning, while interviewing his good friend Chuck Todd of NBC … “Johnson flat out lied to me! He has unilateral power to issue subpoena”
      Shocked that a senator would flat out lie.

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  49. Joe says:

    High Hewitt is the PERFECT GOPe sock puppet. He projects the NPR faux intellectual persona while being a shill for the worst the GOPe has to offer.

    I use to watch him on NPR in LA maybe 20 years ago and same shtick. He was there to be the sock puppet “opposition.” He would get his azz kicked by a dumpy cat lady that literally wore flower pots on her head.

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