FBI Director James Comey Testifies to Senate Judiciary Committee – 10:00am Livestream…

Against several recent revelations, former FBI Director James Comey will testify today before the Senate Judicary Committee.  The anticipated start time is 10:00am ET.

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620 Responses to FBI Director James Comey Testifies to Senate Judiciary Committee – 10:00am Livestream…

  1. cboldt says:

    Another Spartacus moment from Spartacus.
    Senator Kennedy swinging at the Comey pinata. Power doesn’t change people, it just unmasks them. How is your book coming. How many have you sold. Doesn’t know, but a lot. You enjoy attention, don’t you. No, says Comey, I do not. I hope my fame goes away soon.
    Equal opportunity egotist. LOL. No. He’s a Clinton toadie, Senator Kennedy.
    Kennedy on how Comey handled the Clinton matter – press conference, might affect the election, and you don’t like attention?
    Moves on to the Carter Page warrant. What does that allow you to do, follow him around? Comey says we can do that without a warrant. He’s making sure he is clinically correct. Doesn’t know if a FISA warrant allows opening mail. Heh.
    Comey denies investigating the republican nominee, yet his March 20, 2017 statement says they are investigating the Trump campaign. Comey says the warrant was on somebody not associated with the campaign. Does not compute. Investigating trump campaign, so get a warrant on somebody no longer associated with the campaign.
    Kennedy says don’t you think we’d be better off if you hadn’t been Director of FBI. Graham cuts Kennedy off.
    Comey thinks Barnett was confused, and that the investigation into Flynn was counterintelligence, not criminal. Comey says he thinks all FBI agents buy personal professional-liability insurance. That makes sense.
    On to Blackburn …

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  2. somebodysgramma says:

    Thank you for all the great comments. For the first time in almost 4 years, I DID NOT WATCH. I have determined that our Senate and Congress are 90% crooks, dishonest, self-serving junk. Between COVID lockdowns and businesses ruined, and BLM/Antifa rioting making people fear for their lives, I’m sick to death of our government. Spit. The DNC’s distractions have not made me forget the truth about what went on. I’ve kept hope alive against all odds, but now I’ve come to accept that our government is mostly a clown show (with the exception of the Trump Administration, which is phenomenal).

    Every time something is declassified, I think, “SEE???? There was a coup!!! They should all go to jail!!” and then no one goes to jail. Having Comey come on and talk again about his earnest perfection in preserving the rule of law makes me sick. HE BELONGS IN JAIL as do a long list of people, INCLUDING SENATORS. Every time Killary spouts off about something, I think, WHY ISN’T SHE IS JAIL????

    Sorry guys. I decided to move on with my life – to become as self-sufficient as possible and live where government interference has little chance of affecting me. In the meantime, if Flynn is made whole, and people in the Clinton/Obama machine go to jail + all the nut job governors, mayors, and city council members who’ve allowed terrorists to take siege of cities, I’m going to focus on other things. No, I’m not giving up. I’m protecting my life and that of my family. Or, maybe I’m just having a very bad day realizing how corrupt it all is. I’m kind of a PollyAna like that, and I’m deeply disappointed.

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    • cboldt says:

      Sincere best wishes. I think you have made a wise choice after serious deliberation. I enjoy the fight with our despicable government, don’t expect it will ever fix itself, but fully respect people who choose to just let the world “do its thing.”
      My core belief is that we are here to give glory to God, and to bring people to salvation through faith that Jesus Christ is God made man, to redeem humanity. Everything else is vocation and entertainment. We are to be honorable, etc.
      Some things are indeed beyond our control, and holding the government accountable is one of those things. At the same time, it is in our interest to understand the nature of those who govern us.
      Graham widing up the hearing. Comey says Crossfire hHurricane was done by the book, by and large. He disagrees with Graham. Graham promises to rewrite thre book. Right, and I am the Easter Bunny.

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      • Carly says:

        Maybe it’s all about writing books? And Graham-Comey were trying to tell us that.
        But I don’t want to read anything anymore from these overpaid actors.
        I want to read somebodysgramma’s book, written between more substantial moments spent with grandchildren. Best wishes, s’gramma. You’ve chosen wisely.

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      • Linda K. says:

        I want prosecution. I want to see James Bundy Comey sweating bullets as he is led away, his life in ruins and his reputation rightly destroyed.

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    • juliemc53 says:

      From one G-ma to another I am with you on this!

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    • justdirectyourfeet says:

      Say somebodysgramma I want to get out of California any suggestions?

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    • justdirectyourfeet says:

      Say somebodysgramma I want to get out of California any suggestions?

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      • Carly says:

        I’m no gramma, but I’d suggest picking a no income tax state. In your first year, you will have covered the exorbitant cost of your Uhaul heading eastward. Start with Wyoming or Tennessee or South Dakota. There are others, too.

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      • somebodysgramma says:

        First decide what is important to you. Is it taxes? The weather? Gun rights? Close to a job? Make a list and check it twice. If you have a spouse, you must do this together. Look at your “lifestyle” in detail, even things you take for granted. What do you want to keep and what could you do without (like a loooong commute)? After that, make a list of your skills or things you can become skilled at – so you can decide what you will do for money. What kind of people and things do you enjoy? Is it the theatre or is it a sunset slipping behind high mountains with no one between you? I’m sure you see where I’m going. There are great places to live in this country and I live in one of them – Idaho. But, I don’t particularly like being around a lot of people and I do love the snow and quiet. I know a lot of folks who’ve moved to rural Missouri (great growing season), some to Tennessee, Montana, Arizona. So many glorious places to live in America. Have you ever taken a road trip across the country? It’s amazing!!!! I was born in California and it makes my heart bleed to see what has become of that once great state. If you decide to leave, have fun exploring the rest of the country first, OR just cut bait. That’s what I did. Best wishes.

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        • justdirectyourfeet says:

          Thanks. Have been looking most closely at Tennessee and Idaho. Any particulars about Idaho you’d care to mention? Tennessee humidity might be too much. Much appreciated.

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        • justdirectyourfeet says:

          Thanks. Have been looking most closely at Tennessee and Idaho. Any particulars about Idaho you’d care to mention? Tennessee humidity might be too much. Much appreciated.

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        • justdirectyourfeet says:

          Thanks. Have been looking most closely at Tennessee and Idaho. Any particulars about Idaho you’d care to mention? Tennessee humidity might be too much. Much appreciated.

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        • justdirectyourfeet says:

          Thanks. Have been looking most closely at Tennessee and Idaho. Any particulars about Idaho you’d care to mention? Tennessee humidity might be too much. Much appreciated.

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          • Craig Branham says:

            I lived in Idaho for 6 years. Loved it. Weather is not bad at all, low humidity in summer. Decent weather in winter.

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          • Pvt. Idaho says:

            I spent part of my youth in northern Idaho in a farming and college town called Moscow. It’s where Sarah Palin attended the Univ. of Idaho. Go Vandals! The surrounding countryside is farmland on gentle rolling hills interspersed with pine groves. It has a name….The Palouse -and it’s absolutely beautiful. I’ve returned a few times (the last time was a year ago) and would love to move back but only if my family went with me.

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          • offtv says:

            I moved from the Stockton Ca area to Northern Idaho Northeast of Bonners Ferry. If you are a true Constitutionalist, you’d love it here. The Only Billboard into BF, says “welcome to Trump country”.

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        • frank field says:

          I’m a TBC (Texan By Choice). Was recruited here.

          Perhaps think and plan Texas.

          We’re at Cedar Creek Reservoir. East Texas.

          Frank Field: -03-952-2947. Ready to advise and/or aid. No fear

          👓🙏🇺🇸

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      • Linda K. says:

        I am with you, justdirectyourfeet.

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    • Best wishes to you Grams! I stepped off after the ’12 election fraud. And now -everyone- is convinced that the upcoming ’20 election will be fraught with fraud and no one can stop it, not even the POTUS.
      So yeah, I’m with you.

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      • William the Comptroller says:

        If the impending violent chaos that most likely will follow this election if the Lawfare group tries to commandeer things and the BLM-Antifa-ISIS commandos kill anyone, perhaps The Otherwise LowAttentionSpan People will demand a voter ID and ballots that have more security features than their dumb kids’ SAT scantron sheets.

        I wish somebody would interview one of these supposed saddest sacks who claim they CANNOT, in a span of a mere 720 days between elections, get out of bed before noon, get their act together to collect a certified birth certificate, a utility bill, a passport (if they had one), a work photo ID (if they work…because they must have an ID to get Welfare if they are not working), or a Social Security Card then get some sort of transportation to a local DMV for a FREE (REAL) ID CARD (with fingerprinting)…….and then register to vote (if they have the insidious Motor-Voter law in their state, just go to the next window to register at the DMV) or go online. Are they all agoraphobic recluses who earn enough money in cash with making folk-art projects from junk around their farm homes in the boonies so they don’t need Welfare or Foodstamps? I bet only 27 people in the US even fit this profile! This is the only VICTIM/OPPRESSED GROUP that is NEVER showcased or interviewed in the Media or put in Sad-Ads by these Pro-Fraud Democrat Voting Advocacy Groups!!! They DON”T Exist!

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    • Sharon says:

      For what it’s worth, I’d like to suggest that your perceptions and decisions are common sense and are, in fact, things you could have done a long time ago if you had not continued to disbelieve what you were seeing and hearing.

      We live life as it is, not as we wish it was.

      Those who refuse to believe the evidence that surrounds them every day will pay a high personal price and suffer a greater toll that those who are often dismissed as cynics.

      Don’t assume your decisions are necessarily more traumatic than they are. Sounds like good thinking and good decision-making, and now you take back your personal life.

      I have never watched these hearings, except for significant snippets that are available at a later time. I have NEVER watched a hearing from door-to-door, as far back as Hillary’s lying appearances. The reason? I believed what was already obvious about the people involved (on both sides of the mess) and certainly did not need further evidence (although it does indeed keep coming, in both small and large doses).

      Never apologize for your ability and willingness to observe, listen, think, and decide.

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      • JMC says:

        I don’t watch either. I often follow the play-by-play scripting of the event, but I don’t even do that in real time. Breitbart often provides such written accounts. I go there later, at leisure, after I’ve already been prepped generally by, e.g. our own beloved TCTH posters here. Keeps me informed, but sane.

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      • A Moderate Man says:

        Your advice Sharon… I will bet is applying to a lot of Americans. Politicians don’t see the trauma their polices and tactics are causing on the citizenry. They are selfish, little people.

        I live in Illinois… our Senators, Governor and elected Congress people are the most awful scourge on once was a great state.

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    • kimosaabe says:

      So you’ve decided to “move on with your life” but here you are somebodysgramma. Following events and commenting on them. Uh Huh.

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      • Sharon says:

        I suspect she chose to comment on this subject because she believed her comment would be understood and would be accepted as expressed. It used to be considered valuable to be able to engage in conversation. She was risking her part of a conversation.

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        • Kroesus says:

          As “kimosaabe” would say—-I don’t know what he has been drinking…..He does tend towards the dense not knowing or understanding reality. His comments are snarky and often add nothing to the discussion.

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    • texasooz57 says:

      Gosh, gramma, my husband requested that I copy off your comment for him to read everyday. It reflects his thoughts exactly, he says. If I didn’t know better, I thought he wrote it!

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    • Snellvillebob says:

      McConnell will not allow a Trump nominee for AG or FBI Director who will investigate Congress. We need to get rid of McConnell.

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    • Aeyrie says:

      Feeling for you Gramma! I didn’t watch either. Didn’t think I could keep my breakfast down if I put myself through watching that unmentionable P.O.S. Comey tell one more lie. Still hanging in there though. You hang in too and we’ll stay in the game together. POTUS promised we would like the ending. I can trust his promises ‘cuz he keeps them. Will stick with him and help him see it through.

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    • Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

      If anyone thinks they can move on because of these continual disappointments and protect themselves and their families, I’d sure like to know where it is that you are planning on going to achieve such a miracle. This is what they want out of the majority of us and if what you’ve “seen” developing for the last 20-30 years sickens you, wait till you have to try to “live” through the end game they are after. That is, if you are allowed to live.
      I wish you the best, but I will continue the fight until my last dying breath.

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  3. WhiteBoard says:

    WHY THE HELL does it look ly BLACKBURN doenst know what 2 hop is!
    when she says spying on TRUMP, and comey says he didnt, SHE NEEEDS TO EXPLAIN how carter FISA gets to POTUS!.

    PLEASE WATCH THIS. it appears very few people are registering this is part of FISA

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Whiteboard…..why so harsh on poor baggy-eyed Jimmy??

      Comey confirmed the FISA gave them access to all of Carter Page’s communications.

      What you don’t understand is that Comey
      like Susan Rice
      only communicates in “MEMOS TO HIMSELF”
      (There’s no one elevated to his superior presence worth communicating with)
      Therefore if you “TWO-HOP” Comey….
      you end up BACK at Comey.
      Right where you started

      Page, like most other insignificant folk…
      only communicates with OTHER MERE MORTALS.

      He simply doesn’t know how this works or more likely….
      “doesn’t recall” it.

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        Well Highness Comey is going to have McCabe putting his Azz in prison.

        Andy doesnt play! =]

        its Andy versus Comey right now on the Strzok notes.

        and! i still believe Comey wiretapped OBama – and POTUS removed it (Gold behind walls)
        hence the TAPE comment

        this is why COMEY RAN TO MUELLER! not for tapes of POTUS, but of him being outted that the biden obama rice comey meeting was recorded! jan 5th (logan mentioned)

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        • Patience says:

          WhiteBoard, OMG !!!!!
          “and! i still believe Comey wiretapped OBama
          – and POTUS removed it (Gold behind walls)
          hence the TAPE comment”

          I think you are onto something YUGE.
          ~>How else could President Trump have it on tape? He wasn’t president then.

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          • TarsTarkas says:

            And POTUS made that comment about Comey that Comey had better hope there were no recordings of his Pee Tape interview with the President!

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          I love you WB!
          Now that I can finally see your replies!

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  4. Carrie says:

    Blackburn needs to sharpen up her questioning skills. She’s all over the place.

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      she failed – i cant tell cruz was being deceptive with 2 hop . but Blackburn literally looked like she didnt know what it was…

      she said the President’s campaign was spied on – comey said no – and she couldnt connect the dots with the 2 hop authority

      im am starting to wonder if the majority of people know what it is…

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      • pgtsndthinker says:

        I read somewhere that the FISA spy warrant two hop system goes both directions. I hope someone can explain this.

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          USe to

          you are think active monitoring – aka live! as in i pop your computer microphone and remote viewer, and watch you actively type (or i delete your word documents – Sharly Atkinson)

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        Everyone thinks of FISA in reference to electronic surveillance of communications…..but it’s clear from the application, IG report and other places…that specific AUTHORITIES can be requested beyond this.

        This was illuminated somewhat in Q&A by Sen Kennedy
        -“wiretaps” (live access to phone calls/chats/video conferencing)
        -“bugs” (remote listening devices)
        -intercepting/opening mail
        -penetration of residencies/properties other physical locations

        I’m guessing their are other several others.

        On the 2-HOP Rule…..I’ve mentioned this before….but the only time I have EVER heard it brought up publicly in ANY hearing
        Was the SEPT 2019 HJC hearing on FISA business records, lone wolf etc reauthorization
        Congressman Andy Biggs
        HERE:https://youtu.be/8Qa5hFh_hLM?t=7088
        @1:59:00
        If you listen to the ramifications of 2-HOP with real numbers……you get a sense as to why

        The first rule of “Two-Hop” is you do not talk about “Two-Hop”
        The second rule of “Two-Hop” is YOU DO NOT TALK ABOUT “TWO-HOP”

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          thank you ! if we use your idea – I will find you and post it with credit.

          my goal is to show the senators today getting refuted by Comey on the spying of the campaign – (them not bringing up 2 hop)

          i have Cruz, and Blackburn so far that I saw – then I will send them the video – and see if they address it.
          ——

          its obvious to me the Parties are protecting what the senators (Burr, Corbyn, Rubio, Lankford) did and the house (Paul ryan).

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      • Kroesus says:

        It also applies pre authorization. You know those pesky NSA intercepts they have stored? Even if accessed illegally before the FISA they are now a legal trove of information

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  5. A Fortified City says:

    I ain’t watching this I rather go to a sh*t slinging

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  6. cboldt says:

    Nobody has asked, who in DOJ authorized you to disclose.

    I have been authorized by the Department of Justice to confirm that the FBI, as part out our counterintelligence mission, is investigating the Russian government’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election and that includes investigating the nature of any links between individuals associated with the Trump campaign and the Russian government, and whether there was any coordination between the campaign and Russia’s efforts

    Was it AG, DAG Yates? Somebody else? Who?
    No curiosity on the part of this committee or any other committee, or on the part of the press.

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  7. Now he’s saying that there was NO SPYING on President Trump’s campaign!

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    • Carrie says:

      It’s crazy- they have to talk about the 2 hop.

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        yes! im about to break another TV! this TELLLLLLs me they are IN ON IT, and this is show.

        we know! why dont they!

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      • Reaganite says:

        Carrie, That’s what I was thinking. I heard
        only part of this insufferable “hearing.”

        I HEARD NO ONE MENTION THE 2-HOP
        RULE,

        Why isn’t in mentioned by EVERYONE ?

        I was disappointed President Trump did not
        mention “2 Hop Tule.”

        Comey and all future witnesses should be
        forced to admit the rule, their own awarenesss of the rule,
        and the applicability to the Spygate saga.
        It seesm to me that this would wipr the smirk
        off Comey’s open lie that Trump was not spied on.

        National security Letters and NSA aubcontractors should be
        acknowledged at a heating like this also ?
        Would Comey dent reading or understand
        Judge Collyer report referenced by Sundance articles ?

        I eagerly await Sundance analysis, and advice to future
        interrogators.
        And yes, Carrie, Mifsud was not a Russian agent…
        and I think Comey has perjured himsaelf
        on this and other matters. Comey is a weasel and liar,
        and self appointed demigod
        who should never be given power to misuse US
        laws or media. Again.

        Thanks to Carrie and CTH in general for helping me undertand
        significance of both what I am heariung and what I am
        NOT HEARING at this so called “hearing.”

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        • Reaganite says:

          Having trouble seeing/avoiding typos- I made so many ! Sorry!

          For instance I meant to type:
          Would Comey admit reading or understanding
          Judge Collyer report referenced by Sundance articles ?

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        • William the Comptroller says:

          I did not watch the whole thing…..but did someone at least bring up Comey’s prior under-oath testimony serious-faced that obtaining a FISA warrant is “very very difficult”……yet 98% had been approved during his tenure at the FBI? Need to remember the seemingly small things and throwaway comments like that. It showed, like today, that he is minimizing things and underplaying things hoping that we just make assumptions about their lack of importance….but each little thing …bit by bit….adds up to the PERVASIVE lack of candor (lying) and PERJURY. Notice how high-and-mighty he was saying that Gen. Flynn lied under oath to the FBI (although no original 302s) and took the plea deal without ANY thoughtful reflection that, maybe, he was railroaded (or more likely trying to keep up the charade that Flynn’s railroading must continue or Comey will hang). Time for a HARD STARE after an indictment of this seditious weasel. Not a 2-hour internet conference training session on “corrections of process”….

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  8. Carrie says:

    Mifsud was not a Russian agent- why can’t anyone just say it? Comey committed perjury- he leaked to the NYT. He stated before he didn’t. Why no charges?

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      I’m going to email Blackburn, Cruz, Hawley with CTH articles dealing with 2 hop

      you all should to. Sundance taught us that we cant let them MAMET us! the sunlight from sundance led to Ms. Dennehy stepping the hell down!

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    • William the Comptroller says:

      Has any investigator gone to Malta and look for Mifsud family members. Apparently, it is a common surname in Malta. Perhaps find out who his parents were from his college files at the U. of Padua in the 1980s and chase down leads.

      Odd that Mueller did not know who Mifsud was. Odd that Mifsud hobnobbed with US Embassy staff at Rome at July 4th Garden cocktail party if he was a Russian.

      Some reports that he was invited to a talk in DC a few years back or had met Hillary.

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  9. zimbalistjunior says:

    go Marsha go
    at least she came prepared

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  10. jay says:

    I am convinced the delusional liberals believe their lies. Hence, conservatives must be lying.
    I am convinced the conservatives believe they are righteous and truth is on their side.
    But there is only one truth, one set of verifiable facts.
    At one point, one side decides the other side has lied one time too many, and will shut them down for good. This is the Democrats’ current mission.

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  11. According to Comey this was all done “by the book.” Say no more.

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    • gsonFIT says:

      He is trying to obfuscate Susan Rice’s memo to self and create for it a false meaning for investigators and prosecutors. He is hiding it in plain sight

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  12. Carrie says:

    Thank you for coming?? WTH. Crossfire Hurricane- why can’t they break it down with all fo the names- Typhoon, Razor, etc. and all of the targets.
    What a joke he’s going to call forward Rosenstein, etc. they are all going to say exactly the same nonsense Comey is saying. No teeth.

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    • William the Comptroller says:

      Can somebody please ask HOW they came up with the “Crossfire Hurricane” name? By computer random word generator or from Hillary or Brennan or Kerry because they thought “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”, a song of their Glory Day Youth, was keewl and sounded macho to them???? It is a bit more “exciting” than “Mid-Year Exam” for Hillary’s snowjob investigation…

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  13. Daniel says:

    “I don’t know, ‘Do things the normal way?’ was the way I understood it?” (I don’t quite get the exact words) No one says “do it the normal way” unless the default behavior is to do it the abnormal way. By the same token, no one sends themselves an email to remind herself that she did it all by the book. Sounds like a preemptive confession of not being involved in anything untoward.

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  14. zimbalistjunior says:

    way to go Lindsey
    another waste of time
    congrats

    here is a 6 foot 8 giraffe of a target…a boob and a liar…any semi-competent lawyer could have prepped a bit and embarrassed the heck out of this idiot in 5 minutes of questioning..
    you guys all suck.. i have some faith that hawley may be competent and one of the good guys…cruz and blackburn may be more beneficial than detrimental so fine

    everyone else can jump in the lake

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    • Carrie says:

      It’s scary Hawley is the only one with some brain cells firing up and the will to understand what is going on. The FISA court has to be disbanded and he may genuinely be the only one who understands why. He seems ot have a firm grasp of understanding abuse of power- especially with his understanding of the tech giants.

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    • Jeepers Treepers says:

      I didn’t get to see everything but I thought Mike Lee did well.

      When I was watching I had to turn the sound down when the DemonCats were talking because I couldn’t take the lying.

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  15. Carrie says:

    Why couldn’t someone ask if Carter Page had ever worked for the FBI before? If he says no- bring up Buryakov case. Or for the CIA?

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  16. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • Do I hear a Bus coming ? Who does he try to throw under it ? Certainly nobody on Gov’t side, they were all too dumb and were fooled. Which is worse -we have total dummies in Gov’t positions of power or a smarmy Phony/Comey thinks we will believe that bunch of BS.

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  17. PaulCohen says:

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      great point, use their method of wording, against them.

      include the Brookings Institute that employed the Russian Operator (and testified against hte President in the Impeachment – Fiona Hill).

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      • Lady Sid says:

        Fiona also declared at that hearing that the Steele dossier was mostly bunk/disinformation. I keep saying this, but the “Russia expert” who is the closest to the Clinton’s and IMO the most likely person to start the ball rolling on the Russia collusion scam is Strobe Talbott, the 15-yr Director of the Brookings INSTITUTION– he’s the guy who hired Fiona Hill. A globalist who does not like the nation-state set-up and has been saying so for years; it’s time we listened to him and hauled his sorry ass into some hearings under oath.

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    • Cole says:

      “He said that in his twenties he had been both a Communist and a Reaganite. “I’m not even sure how to characterize myself politically,” he went on. “Maybe at some point, I’ll have to figure it out,” Comey said.

      https://www.independentsentinel.com/disgraced-former-fbi-director-james-comey-says-he-was-a-communist/

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      • johnnyfandango says:

        Oh but Comey says he’s a Republican as was Herr Muller. How convenient….it’s all just a cover. What was Graham thinking…this was useless. You think Comey was going to give Ms. Lindsey a confession?

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      • bruzedorange says:

        If you capture enough intel to become blackmailer-in-chief, then you don’t have to pick a party or a system or a philosophy. Just the highest bidder.

        Comey might be like the contract killer Joubert in “3 Days of the Condor”:

        “…it’s quite restful. It’s almost peaceful. No need to believe in either side, or any side. There is no cause. There’s only yourself. The belief is in your own precision.”
        ” I don’t interest myself in ‘why’. I think more often in terms of ‘when,’ sometimes ‘where’…always ‘how much.’ “

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    • ibid says:

      Comey works for HRC.

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  18. fanbeav says:

    If last night was infuriating! This is a clown show and total waste of time. Dems protect Comey, Obama and Hillary and the Republicans can’t seem to make a point! Our government oversight is a joke. Essentially there is no oversight!

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    • cantcforest says:

      fanbeav, most of DC are waving their arms and tongues to cover for insurrectionists/seditionists/traitors. It is time to ignore the endless hearings and our broken justice system, and clean the place out. Antifa may be interested in the job if we take out Soros’ agents.

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  19. 1stgoblyn says:

    Graham: “Someone needs to be fired or go to jail.”

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  20. Paul Gallant says:

    Republican Senators Never even asked or explained the “2 Hop Rule” …

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  21. Troublemaker10 says:

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  22. 4sure says:

    Lindsay did make a good summation. But he is good at BSing.

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  23. NCCurmudgeon says:

    This hearing is proof; democrats crave power, republicans crave wealth and each will trade one to the other to satisfy their cravings. It is called “compromise”. The necessary evil always preached as needed to get anything done in politics. Uniparty indeed!!!

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    • Danielle says:

      I believe they both crave power at whatever cost. The fake republicans go along with the sham. They dangle a carrot in front of us like they want the truth. The truth is the majority of them are just as corrupt. The truth is the majority of them lie cheat and steal as well. All these “hearings” prove, is how disgusting our government truly is. They contantly insult our intelligence and constantly rub our noses in their corruption. The truth will never come out in a “hearing” the “hearing” is a clown show filled with stupid questions and snake oil sales pitches designed to show anger and outrage. The “hearing” is designed to give cover and talking points to further DIVIDE us!! This goes for every person asking questions!! No one did a good job, no one seemed to care about getting to the truth. The truth is each and every particiapnt of that “hearing” is a national DISGRACE no exceptions!! I am fed up with circus known as our government.

      While I am ranting. Let me say this. No ONE on cable news wants the WHOLE truth either. I say WHOLE because again, we only recieve tidbits of old outdated news. Did anyone report on the arsonists starting fires? Has anyone reported on the faulty “covid” testing?(pcr test) Will anyone have anyone on their show to ask how the PCR test works? Has anyone reported on masks not working? Has anyone questioned why anyone should get tested for “covid” when they arent sick? Has anyone reported on the decline of influenza and pneumonia over this period of “covid?” Will anyone report on Biden calling Trump a liar, a racist, a clown? Does anyone report on the constant inflamatory comments directed at Trump supporters? Consrantly called racist, bigots, stupid? Has anyone reported on the fake polls? How many stories do we see about election fraud? Will anyone report how biased and in the tank Wallace was for Biden? Will anyone interview CDC scum or Dr Falsi? Will anyone call out the stupidity of our semate/house committees? Will anyone ask these particapants of the “hearing” why in the hell they didnt ask any real questions during the circus I mean “hearing.” I could go on and on. These vile vermin that pretend to be the truth keepers are no more than smoke and mirrors. If they are limited, which I have no doubt they are, by their producers, then they are complicit in witholding facts from their viewers.If we have white privelage why in the hell did Elizabeth Warren have to be a Native American?

      I know a couple cable news personalities touch ever so softly on some of things I mentioned above. This is where we are at though. It is sad when I find more information scrolling through the comment sections or from random tweets. Our media is dead. Yes we hear some interesting stuff, but lets face it, they will never tell us the full truth. They will tell us enough to keep us divided. In fact, I think thats the soul purpose of Fox News.

      I still believe justice is coming. After his reelection I believe President Trump will take the gloves off. I believe the deep state knows this and these “hearings” are nothing more than a last ditch attempt to aid and abed the cover up. Biden got his 2 strongest talking points from the Wray “hearing.” Election fraud and white supremacists. That set up the old tired Charlottesville question as well as the Trump supporters causing violence. He also said election fraud was not taking plsce. So who did a good job in that “hearing?” It is easy to come on for a two minute segment and sound good, it is completely different to actually do something about it.

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    • regitiger says:

      that is the correct description.

      sometimes people use the word blackmail…oh that guy acting terribly …can only be explained that blackmail is involved.

      that’s really not how corrupt dealings operate and process in DC.

      be clear… the order to gain compliance…a willingness to move corrupt only requires illicit cash..there is no serious threats of exposure of any wrongdoing… that’s for the chumps.

      what happens is more powerful effective and self insulating.

      compromise.

      you scratch mine…and me yours.

      and if you don’t want to play ball…we. cut
      you out of the deals.

      remember few politicos walk into office with deep pocketd…the lure and draw IS TO establish wealth and profit. so there is a built in mechanism to compromise. and the scratching happens.

      this is why a wealthy independent tycoon like Trump IS BIG TROUBLE for the Potomac gang.

      he doesn’t want to compromise. he isn’t interested…at all. his goals are antithetical to the DC mechanism. his very existence into politics creates terror among the corruptors…

      these are people who have power ONLY experienced wealth..by conniving and corrupt compromise.

      when you step back and realize just how much complete dishonest money changes hands in DC and then consider how THAT KNOWLEDGE impacts as a self made billionaire like Trump who earned it.through hard creative PRODUCTIVE results… then you can understand the complete rejection trump has about the DC crowd. and he’s right to have that view.

      we elected trump because he sees corruption that is destroying our nation.

      he is truly an enigma.

      if you voted for him… congratulations.

      you have distinguished your patriotic duty to collapse the most destructive mechanism in main GOVERNMENT

      you do.it with.your vote.

      and you.do it with turning on the.spotlight and calling it out.

      today…i feel.like winning.

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  24. rufnekreject says:

    I believe it was Sen Hawley who asked (basically, not an accurate quote), “Your sworn testimony contradicts McCabe’s testimony. Who’s lying?”

    I enjoyed that part.

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    • Sonia says:

      McCabe’s reponse in a few days time to the question: “Your sworn testimony contradicts Comey’s testimony. Who’s lying'” will be the same as Comey’s.

      “I stand by my testimony” means the same as ‘it wasn’t me it was him’ – school games played by some of the most powerful people in the land.

      Comey’s laughing all the way home to write his next book.

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  25. Walt says:

    I have to wonder why so many would still be so gullible as to even waste their time watching this stuff.
    We know who the players are and we know what their track record is.

    Why do many people keep expecting career corrupt politicians to suddenly see the light on the path to ethical behavior when maintaining the status quo is what their all consuming goal is?

    If you dump a Repub and a Dem politician with a loyal constituent of either party out in the desert with only enough water for two, the constituent will never be seen again but the pols will be hand in hand when they walk out of the desert.

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    • regitiger says:

      there are at least three living generations of Americans who still cling to the demonstrative false notion that main government is legitimately interested in their own personal moral and righteous and patriotic norms.

      citizens have to experience. apparently …actual physical pain to address this false notion ..

      yes.. this has become a form of addiction.

      as planned.

      if you understand this.. consider yourself fringe and healthy.

      to others..be advised..you are enabling terrible choices that WILL harm YOU.

      we are asking the wrong people to fix these problems ..

      its up to us.

      its always been up to us.

      it will always be up to us.

      the constitution did not create this power.

      it realized it was self evident..a truth..of universal scale.

      what say ye, princes of Maine?

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  26. bertdilbert says:

    Lindsey was the original “Russia interfered with out elections” when Yates testified. No surprise he will not give it up. If we can lose him and replace him with another senator I say good riddance.

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  27. Mary Fitzgerald says:

    When the former FBI Director on whose watch a coup attempt was conducted is able to use a Senate Committee hearing as a platform for opposing the reelection of the target of the coup, there is something seriously wrong with the way our government is operating.

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  28. DeWalt says:

    Not under oath? Total waste of time?

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    • gsonFIT says:

      He was under oath. But it was a digital, zoom oath. Not kidding, I wonder if that is legal?

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      He doesn’t have to have to be under oath. It is illegal to lie to Congress. It’s the same penalty for lying to Congress as perjury. To make them take an oath is only for show and not necessary.

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  29. Bubby says:

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  30. Puzzled says:

    If there were videotape of all of the criminal events, meetings among the coup leaders discussing their illegal schemes etc, nothing would happen. The deep state & media would have us reciting critical race doctrine.

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      Only way to solve this is Like Obama would have. Arrest so many people that eventually people start shutting the hell up, and wondering if they are next. then start kissing butt

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  31. Carrie says:

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  32. Cole says:

    Lindsey “Stay Tuned” Graham…and those are the final words said with each interview and hearing he chairs, including today’s.

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  33. sunnyflower5 says:

    President Trump Retweet

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  34. sunnyflower5 says:

    🚨🚨🚨

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  35. sunnyflower5 says:

    President Trump Retweet

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  36. kimosaabe says:

    Crooked Comey today:
    “I don’t agree with your predicate”
    “I don’t recall”
    “I don’t know”

    #lockhimup

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  37. bosscook says:

    We know Comey is lying. Trump knows he’s lying. Comey knows he’s lying. Clinton/Obama knows he’s lying (cause they coached him) However…. and I bigly believe this…. there are documents/video/emails that are ready to be declassified and show the world The Big Ugly. And it’s not coming from us or Comey or the evil duo of Obama/Clinton. I trust Trump to show his hand at the exact opportune moment. I’ve never trusted any politician. And Trump isn’t a politician.

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    • Ninja7 says:

      bosscook,
      And that is why both parties hate PDJT. He is NOT a politician. He build things for a living and knows how to act on things without endless meetings, studies, white papers etc.

      Thank you GOD for giving us President Donald J Trump, Please continue to watch over PDJT, his family, friends, staff, associates and our country.

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  38. mjhi11 says:

    Republicans & Lindsey Graham have totally stepped in it, again. Basically an all day attack by Come and Democrats on President Trump, Attorney General Barr and now the changing narrative that the Steele Dossier was NOT the predicate for opening up an investigation of President Trump and Russia. We’ve lost, there will be no justice regarding the FBI’s corruption. Change my mind.

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  39. Jus wundrin says:

    Thanks for the comments treepers, but it appears that the blind squirrel couldn’t find the nut AGAIN today. Looks like there was a couple of bright spots by the repubs, but the two tiered just-us system is a sad reality.

    Fun time fellas, drinks on me!

    – comey

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  40. Zy says:

    Plenty of pats on the back for Ms. Lindsey on Super Patriot Sean Hannity Show tonight.

    I don’t think I will be celebrating this country on July 4th anymore, might just fly flag in distress. That’s if there is going to be an Independence Day. If Harris with Joe Biden gets in, Independence Day will be declared white supremacist and will no longer be celebrated. This isn’t a joke.

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    • cboldt says:

      I felt the same way, still do except for one thing. 4th of July is worth celebrating. Read the Declaration.
      It is a rejection of the government, not an endorsement of it.

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  41. borwarrior says:

    Here is my list of positive outcomes WE THE PEOPLE can expect from this version of GOP Kabuki Theatre:

    The End

    Please feel free to add to this list.

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  42. lambgraham says:

    Comey substitutes I don’t recall with I don’t remember.
    Difficult to build a conspiracy case when Durham has limited interviews and Barr-zini does not allow political figures to be subjects in an investigation.
    If interviewed properly Clinesmith could have given us the whole enchilada. According to Bongino, his source said Obama gave the order for Clinesmith to Issue the National Security Letters. Apparently, Barr-zini lets Clinesmith plea out to 1 felony count without giving up any one.
    Since being fired and destroying the FBI reputation beyond repair ,Comey has a teaching job, written a book, and had a movie made about him . He really is laughing all the way to the bank. In fact every one involved in Spy Gate made $$$ and one might even be rewarded with the Presidency because Barr-zini/Durham did not act.

    Clinesmith

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  43. Sparky5253 says:

    Trump will deal with these traitors in good time, hopefully closer to the election. He has nothing to lose by publicly revealing it all since Durham, Barr, Aldenberg and assorted others are dragging their heals or flat out refusing to do anything. Trump plays to win!

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  44. Anon says:

    This reminds me of the NUREMBERG TRIALS. Where no one knew anything and took responsibility for nothing. In the EICHMANN TRIAL, Eichmann said he was just responsible for “booking passengers on trains”; where they went after that, he didn’t know. The system was “diffuse” and orders were orders. There wasn’t a high level NAZI that took responsibility for anything, it all just kind of “happened”. (laughable)

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  45. lambgraham says:

    LambGraham has posed this question to Yates, Rosenstein, and now Comey, “If you know what you know now would have signed off on FISA.? Of course they all say no.
    Here’s a better question, since we know FISA was not verified by you , why should we not charge you with a felony?”

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      why did you purposefully maintain plausible deniability as you let this FISA happen?

      what PERSON handed you the dossier that you briefed POTUS on at your dinner.

      we can work down the line! that name to the next. and arrest them all! and see if they inform us they told Comey anything.

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  46. attach his sorry ass to a RECON platoon
    Afghanistan, near Pakistani border area
    He walks night point walk around one week or until………………………..

    done deal

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  47. tommylotto says:

    I thought Kennedy might go there, but I was wrong. No one mentioned the “two hop” rule and how the Carter Page FISA order enabled the FBI to surveil those who Page was in contact with as well as those that Page’s contacts were in contact with, which would certainly include Trump himself. And based upon the fact that the allegations in the dossier that resulted in the Page FISA order alleged a conspiracy involving Trump it would only make sense for them to snoop on Trump too if permitted, which it was. Why won’t anyone make that statement on the record. Is it taboo? Is is sources and methods?

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Why not ask WHO was spied on (when, how many hops to each person, the basis for hops from page, etc, the President, his family?, campaign plans?, domestic financial info…) , WHO the results were made available to, and WHAT they did with the spy results?

      The spying likely had nothing to do with russia, but covered the campaign activities and plans, and PDJT/family who was not a “Target’ with required ‘probable cause proof’, and many other GOP candidated for office…). An investigation of the actual spying will reveal its purpose was not looking for russia-page collusion.

      Even the dumbest possible congresscritter (perhaps hank ‘guam will tip over’ johnson?) could figure this out if honesty was the goal.

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  48. johnnyfandango says:

    To Da Nang Dick. You, lying dog-faced pony soldier. The greatest threat to the United States is your party. Exabit A: BLM, Antifa, Assaults’ against Americans who you don’t agree with, Killings, Burning of cities, Arson in CA, Oregon, WA state, Physical and verbal attacks on law enforcement, Killing of Police officers, Fake and false evidence and investigations against the President, Lies perpetrated against the sitting President and Government, lies told to the American people and echoed by your PR firm the Main Stream Media and JournoList lapdogs. ENOUGH!!!!!!

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  49. minnesotamike55 says:

    By the book? If the “book” told them to do everything they did, the book is going to be burned. This “Book” obviously doesn’t have anything in it that helps people remember, nor does it have any double checks to be sure certain people are informed. It also must not have anything that alerts the FBI to take a second look or pull in another independent review. And on and on I could go.

    The republicans need to be asking questions about why the “book” is so poorly written and whether the FBI is so incompetently stupid that they never thought about other possibilities? What the hell kind of investigators are these people? Trump should inform Wray that all the “books” are being confiscated, burned, and someone else will be coming by with a new book that has no reference to him!

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  50. cboldt says:

    Comey confirmed 93-1, July 29, 2013. Senator Paul was sole “Nay” vote.
    https://www.congress.gov/congressional-record/2013/07/29/senate-section/article/S5997-1

    Grassley: I think the President has made a fine choice in selecting Mr. Comey as the next leader of the FBI … I would like to point out, and I think Mr. Comey would agree, that perhaps one of the best indicators about his judgment is that he had the smarts to marry an Iowan.

    Click on the link. Some great reading. Congress is feeding the people all crap, all the time.
    Today’s hearing? That’s “accountability.” Time to move on to COVID, Orange Man Bad, and other
    important business of serving the American people.

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    • gary says:

      most of us assumed that jeff sessions was a winner. anybody can make a mistake when evil is involved.

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      • The Sessions appointment is still perplexing. Trump must of known by Jan. 20, 2017 he was spied on which would of required a bulldog at the DOJ as AG, and someone from outside the swamp to right the ship. Barr has proven to be a sloth and states a political silo cannot be prosecuted. BS. Ask John Mitchell, Howard Dean and HRH.

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