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    2 Just How Dirty is Trey Gowdy? Very!

    We all knew it. Benghazi was the straw that broke any hope Trey Gowdy might be a 'white hat,' but it's still good to have our feelings VALIDATED in this below article.

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    The Stunning Truth Proving The FBI and DOJ Corruption Will Come Out…
    Posted on January 1, 2018 by sundance

    There’s a lot of people worried the sheer scale and totality of the FBI and DOJ corruption will be buried by the Swamp scum. I’m not one of them. As a ninja level cynic who has spent so much time investigating the deep weeds of DC corruption, this time I can see a difference.

    The Bigger media voices will eventually catch up to the story. Right now the scale of the story is so large, and the consequences so damaging to the Republic, they are scared to call it out… but that won’t last too much longer. Unless they are genuinely all paid political operatives of the UniParty, by the end of this month the sunlight will be so intense their worries about losing invites to the best cocktail parties will be overcome by the enormity of the truth.

    When the righteous march past the praetorian guard media carrying pitchforks, feathers and buckets of brutally obvious truth; yes, even the ‘CONservative’ professional media guardians will have to admit they can’t defend the protected class from this one. Their own need for relevance will mean they’ll eventually admit, the baby is damn ugly.

    If a little corner of the internet can lay out the raw data, and all of that data only points in one direction, yes, the total “they” (media, congress, and our President) all know this same stuff you have been reading. More importantly, as uncomfortable as admissions might be, they know it is real and they know what it means.

    If we can put it together, so can they.

    So too can Robert Mueller. He knows.

    Special Counsel Robert Mueller knows how Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, Andrew Weissman, Jeannie Rhee, Aaron Zebley and all of the other participants got put on his team. He knows how, and he knows why. Mueller might not want to admit he knows, because that means accepting the scale corruption within his beloved institutions. It also means accepting his friends James Comey, Andrew McCabe, James Baker, Sally Yates and Loretta Lynch are corrupt political agents.

    Perhaps Mueller too is a political agent; regardless, he knows what we know; and we know that he knows what we know.

    Robert Mueller knows he can no longer do the ‘willfully blind‘ schtick toward FBI Chief Legal Counsel James Baker because the truth is too transparent. He’d look silly trying. Even if Mueller tried to defend him, he’d have a hard time burying the truth to do so. There’s just too much of it visible.

    Mueller knows why his assembled team used deception to gain all of the Transition team emails; when he walks into the room of lawyers he knows they can’t talk about it, lawyers never do, but he knows. And they know he knows. It’s all corrupt. It’s all coming out. The entire cabal know there’s too much already known to be able to spin or hide it all.

    Right now they are spending 90% (or more) of their time discussing damage control and how to sell their way out of this mess. The energy they are now spending trying to show a “Russian Conspiracy” is smaller than nil. Some team members are still trying to give angles of “if we do this”, and “if we do that”, etc. You know the routine, a good defense is a good offense. However, even in their offensive exit proposals, their time is constructing a plausible escape. We know that; he knows that; and he knows we know that.

    What are they left with?

    Positioning.

    That’s it.


    Positioning for the best exit, doing the least amount of damage to themselves and other professional swamp dwellers in the process. That’s their current energy expenditure; figuring out the exit strategy.

    The House Judiciary Committee (Bob Goodlatte) is soon to get details. That’s the rightful place where ultimately the best decisions will be made. Chairman Goodlatte and his Senate counterpart Chairman Grassley, know this is their moment. Neither of them smoke cigars.

    House Intel Chairman Devin Nunes will also get the details from Inspector General Michael Horowitz. He’s just about appropriately pissed-off-enough to do some real damage to all those people who besmirched his character back in March and April 2017. The larger DC intelligence community is scared-to-death of Devin Nunes.

    Ignore Senate Intel Chairman Richard Burr. He will keep his mouth shut and try to avoid cameras now – when possible. He’s a UniParty defender, and he does smoke cigars. ie: he’s as corrupt as they come and swims in the deep swamp with the Decepticons. Burr’s Corinthian Wing-back will remain empty; his current preference will be to read about what he’s supposed to say from the Washington Post or New York Times bi-lines.

    Additionally, one of the larger reasons to feel confidence is from Trey Gowdy (aka Rooster head) being given the Chairmanship of the House Oversight Committee. His placement there will explain everything y’all need to know about his recent rather stunning increases in personal wealth. Go look it up, you’ll see. Gowdy was purchased by the Uniparty as the replacement for Jason Chaffetz, who was the replacement for Darryl Issa.

    Rooster-head’s job is now to lead the Chaff and Countermeasures routine. That’s why his personal wealth jumped so significantly. (Again, go look it up.) That’s also why his first official duty was to undermine Devin Nunes yesterday in the Washington Post.

    Gowdy is on the other side. The UniParty purchased him. Don’t forget Gowdy is the House version of Ted Cruz so he was always predisposed in that direction. Never forget that. Look at everything Gowdy does as intended to distract you from anything that matters and it will all make sense to you – Clear Eyes. Rooster proved his worthiness for the UniParty while leading the Benghazi “Special Committee” to clear Clinton.

    Thankfully the White Hats have set this up to allow Rooster-Head to crow poetically, yet not be in a position to do any substantive damage. [Though he might try to get some republicans wiped out in the 2018 election. So, watch out for that.]

    As long as there’s no calling for a “Special Committee” the White Hats are in good shape. Beware of anyone who starts demanding that in the next month. Don’t fall for that trick. Also avoid anything to do with issues headed to the House Oversight Committee; it’s UniParty Command HQ.

    Keep an eye on Jim Jordan. He’s a White Hat. He’s turned down the indulgences from the UniParty. As a ninja cynic I’ve got to admit he’s one of few good and decent people in DC. Rare breed. DC hates him. That’s good.

    Sometime this month, after the initial Inspector General Michael Horowitz release, House Judiciary Chair Bob Goodlatte and Senate Judiciary Chair Chuck Grassley will likely call for a Special Counsel to investigate the upper-level management of the FBI and DOJ. Support that approach. The SC can quickly put a Grand Jury together and start presenting the IG investigative evidence, as well as enforceable subpoenas for witnesses.

    There’s a boat-load of different issues here:

    The unlawful exoneration of Hillary Clinton by political operatives in the DOJ/FBI.
    The unlawful use of the FISA court for political spy operations by the DOJ/FBI.
    The unlawful use of the Dept of Justice National Security Division. For weaponized political benefit.
    The unlawful use of the FBI Counterintelligence Division. For weaponized political benefit.
    The unlawful use of a Special Counsel (Mueller) investigation to hide the conspiracy.

    I could go on, but you get the picture. The corruption is so deep it’s almost unfathomable; almost beyond comprehension. Almost. The enormity of it is also part of the defense strategy for the participants within it.

    All of that minutia is part of the Special Counsel argument that will surface in the next 30 days. While that Special Counsel argument is ongoing, Nunes, Goodlatte and Grassley can use the Judiciary and Intelligence Committees to present to the world everything you’ve already read HERE.

    And lastly, the main source of my confidence that all of this will come out…. Everyone mentioned directly or by association is also reading this sentence.

    Happy New Year.



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    Good to see him get some negative press from the conservative side. The guy has been completely worthless and ineffictive- in spite of his big talk.

    Doesnt seem hard to believe that he is compromised

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    Quote Originally Posted by imaginative View Post
    Good to see him get some negative press from the conservative side. The guy has been completely worthless and ineffictive- in spite of his big talk.

    Doesnt seem hard to believe that he is compromised
    I detested him during and after Benghazi.
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    Results matter. He conveyed speeches like the pro he is......... no results. He gave the narrative, but no results. It was always the system..... as McConell stated, these things take time, the process and all........ no results, new news cycle...... Trump demands results, or you're fired......

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    Really? I was going along pretty good with this until the name calling.

    Rooster-head?

    Oh, bother.

    I know Trump does this (and he's right on!)...so, I'll go with the flow...and see where it leads.

    I liked Gowdy - guess I need to pay attention here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chance View Post
    Really? I was going along pretty good with this until the name calling.

    Rooster-head?

    Oh, bother.

    I know Trump does this (and he's right on!)...so, I'll go with the flow...and see where it leads.

    I liked Gowdy - guess I need to pay attention here.
    X2... I hope just half of the truth comes out!

    ETA... OK, you can argue that half truth is no truth... but what I am saying is that I would like to see half of the true stories come out. That would totally change the swamp.
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    "The corruption is so deep it’s almost unfathomable; almost beyond comprehension. Almost. The enormity of it is also part of the defense strategy for the participants within it." - sundance quoted by BuickElectra.



    Disappointed about Rooster-head Gowdy.

    Just love it when someone uses the word "enormity" to indicate huge evil!! And yes the magnitude of this evil IS part of the defensive camouflage. Normal people CANNOT grasp the enormity of this corruption.

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    I had hope for Gowdy but it has been all talk and no action so far.
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    I call BS
    Back when I was a kid.
    Pencil and paper were my keyboard, monitor and printer. My brain was the computer. The mouse was a pesky animal caught in a trap. Phones had dials not buttons. Text was something you "read" not "did".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherrynboo View Post
    I had hope for Gowdy but it has been all talk and no action so far.
    Unless someone has proof to the contrary, I'm afraid I'm with Sherrynboo on this. That being said, it sure makes good theater for the dumb-masses.

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    Gowdy has given some amazing interrogation sessions. He knows how to do the job. But he has been all hat and no horse. Rooster head fits. He crows up many vocal performances but seems to be a skinny little chicken. Something is not right there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LightEcho View Post
    Gowdy has given some amazing interrogation sessions. He knows how to do the job. But he has been all hat and no horse. Rooster head fits. He crows up many vocal performances but seems to be a skinny little chicken. Something is not right there.
    He seems to go thru lots of different hair styles too. For me, at least, this smacks of vanity. This kind of underscores the all show & no go assessment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldCraftsman View Post
    Unless someone has proof to the contrary, I'm afraid I'm with Sherrynboo on this. That being said, it sure makes good theater for the dumb-masses.

    ^^This^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherrynboo View Post
    I had hope for Gowdy but it has been all talk and no action so far.
    Exactly.

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    Personally, I'm stunned. It has seemed odd that he goes on and on and then nothing happens. Its a shame, I guess the temptation of larges sums of money is just to great for so many people that seemed like one of the good guys. Money is the reason all the nay sayers hate President Trump, he can't be bought, cause he's already rich, very rich.

    Sad, very sad about goudy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buick Electra View Post
    I detested him during and after Benghazi.
    He did such a buildup prior to the hearings... I waited and waited... I watched the whole damned thing. Hours of watching that smirky, evil thing dancing circles around him and the others made me sick!

    No confidence at all in Trey Gowdy.

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    Maybe they didn't have ACCESS to the documents they had been asking for, for years now.......

    You can only make accusations when you can back them up.

    His Rooster head and changing hairstyles seem to come from trying to overcome the cowlicks he has - not vanity. I know how he feels.
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    He lost me when he said in an interview, that there was not enough evidence to call for a Special Prosecutor for Hillary. How much is needed?

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    In the end, all that money these people have gotten and all their high positions they`ve acquired & the people they have injured in large and small ways: They seem to forget that they, too, will be dust in the ground. AND in my private opinion will be writhing in hell for what they have done. small comfort, that.
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    Trey Gowdy is all theater Bought and Paid for by the Deep State

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    Quote Originally Posted by nomifyle View Post
    Personally, I'm stunned. It has seemed odd that he goes on and on and then nothing happens. Its a shame, I guess the temptation of larges sums of money is just to great for so many people that seemed like one of the good guys. Money is the reason all the nay sayers hate President Trump, he can't be bought, cause he's already rich, very rich.

    Sad, very sad about goudy.

    Judy
    Not to be interpreted as a "never-Trump" or "anti-Trump" comment - the issue with Trump being independently wealthy, and , therefor "unpurchasable," MAY be a fallacy.

    HOW did Trump make his money?

    According to the story line, he made his money in the big-dollar field of Manhattan real estate and other such, where very large sums of capital and influence are utterly key to staying solvent.

    WHO are his financiers and influencers?

    THAT is the question to bear in mind - may be "legitimate," per se - but likely there are well hidden strings deeply attached in the background.

    Trump's global battle, odds-on, has "team alignments" that are misunderstood (good OR bad), or, not understood at all, by most.

    YMMV.

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    I remember the last couple of years, when everyone was loving on Gowdy and his hearings. Ultimately, they were, in totality, a big nothingburger. That's when myself and some others started saying that the man was all show, and that as an actual "doer", he was entirely worthless. I see nothing to alter that opinion.

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    Gowdy is the master at delivering great sound bites for the camera, going home, sitting in his easy chair, and knocking back a few. All hat no action.
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    You make some good points, intothatgoodnight.

    Quote Originally Posted by intothatgoodnight View Post
    Not to be interpreted as a "never-Trump" or "anti-Trump" comment - the issue with Trump being independently wealthy, and , therefor "unpurchasable," MAY be a fallacy.

    HOW did Trump make his money?

    According to the story line, he made his money in the big-dollar field of Manhattan real estate and other such, where very large sums of capital and influence are utterly key to staying solvent.

    WHO are his financiers and influencers?

    Mueller is looking into Russian influence, bank accounts, shady real estate deals, money-laundering, etc. High-dollar real estate is an established conduit for money-laundering through layers and layers of shell companies

    THAT is the question to bear in mind - may be "legitimate," per se - but likely there are well hidden strings deeply attached in the background.

    Is President Trump beholden to Putin by some threads not yet exposed?

    Trump's global battle, odds-on, has "team alignments" that are misunderstood (good OR bad), or, not understood at all, by most.

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    Quote Originally Posted by intothatgoodnight View Post
    Not to be interpreted as a "never-Trump" or "anti-Trump" comment - the issue with Trump being independently wealthy, and , therefor "unpurchasable," MAY be a fallacy.

    HOW did Trump make his money?

    According to the story line, he made his money in the big-dollar field of Manhattan real estate and other such, where very large sums of capital and influence are utterly key to staying solvent.

    WHO are his financiers and influencers?

    THAT is the question to bear in mind - may be "legitimate," per se - but likely there are well hidden strings deeply attached in the background.

    Trump's global battle, odds-on, has "team alignments" that are misunderstood (good OR bad), or, not understood at all, by most.

    YMMV.

    Eyes WIDE open.


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    He made his money before he was president, I stand by my statement that he can not be bought. And it surprised me not that Farmerjohn would agree with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tm1439m View Post
    I call BS
    I think action speaks louder than words. I always had hope for Gowdy in the beginning and then all that hot air would always turn into little nothing burgers. Nothing ever came of all that bluster he shoveled out. I thought there'd be charges and arrests galore. But instead it was .... CRICKETS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nomifyle View Post
    He made his money before he was president, I stand by my statement that he can not be bought. And it surprised me not that Farmerjohn would agree with you.

    Judy
    Judy - my point is one of high-finance.

    Bear in mind that, in the world of big-scale real estate development, Trump does NOT outright OWN most (all?) of his commercial properties - the Trump organization, like most big developers, is 100% reliant upon BIG loans to finance their adventures - and, also VERY important - compliant building permit/inspectors/licensing bureaucrats - to remain solvent and successful.

    It is THOSE money individuals/brokers/city inspectors, etc. that the Trump organization has an ONGOING and continuous relationship with, and who COULD cause the Trump development organization MUCH grief and headache, should they be so inclined.

    It is these hidden relationships that I am referring to - folks who hold the Trump organization's success, or failure, in their hands. Trump WILL have to play "the game" according to their directives, as far as the Trump organization's affairs are concerned - the question begs - is there ANY quid pro quo from the Trump organization that bleeds over into Trump's political career?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Milk-maid View Post
    I think action speaks louder than words. I always had hope for Gowdy in the beginning and then all that hot air would always turn into little nothing burgers. Nothing ever came of all that bluster he shoveled out. I thought there'd be charges and arrests galore. But instead it was .... CRICKETS.
    Lots of show, but no go.

    Always made me wonder if Gowdy was on a leash of sorts - lots of barking and pointing-out, but no actual bite - because he was well-aware of the ever-present Arkanside/wet-works machine - which is also likely on the minds of other Congressional politicians on Capitol Hill?

    Or, is he sexually compromised?

    Or, both?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Olson View Post
    I remember the last couple of years, when everyone was loving on Gowdy and his hearings. Ultimately, they were, in totality, a big nothingburger. That's when myself and some others started saying that the man was all show, and that as an actual "doer", he was entirely worthless. I see nothing to alter that opinion.
    What can Congressional hearings accomplish at best, anyway? That's what I would like to know. At most, AFAIK, they can recommend that the DoJ do something; and of course Holder and Lynch were filthy dirty themselves. If anyone knows more (I'm sure many do), I would like to know what Congressional hearings can theoretically accomplish.

    I do not like Gowdy's admiration of Paul Ryan, that's for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Be Well View Post
    I do not like Gowdy's admiration of Paul Ryan, that's for sure.
    My guess is they're butt-buddies.
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