Trey Gowdy Finds Out FBI Director James Comey Won’t Obey The Law, Comey Refuses To Promise The American People That He Will Investigate Trump Leaks “My Fellow Citizens Are Rethinking Their Side Of The Equation”

Trey Gowdy Finds Out FBI Director James Comey Won’t Obey The Law & He’s Pissed

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Gowdy Points To President Obama And His Officials As Possible Source Of Flynn Leaks | Trey Gowdy, questioning James Comey, appeared to name former President Barack Obama and six of his administration’s top staffers as the source of leaks

Rep. Trey Gowdy, questioning James Comey during a House Intelligence Committee hearing on Monday, appeared to name former President Barack Obama and six of his administration’s top staffers as the source of leaks regarding former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn’s alleged collusion with the Russian government during the 2016 election.

 

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  • freewheelinfranklin543

    Comey and Sessions both need to be fired and fast!

    • Eileen Kuch

      I think you mean Comey and Rogers .. Sessions doesn’t work in any Intelligence agency. Comey’s the incompetent FBI Director, Rogers is the NSA Director.
      There, fixed it for ya.

  • GiveMeLiberty

    The clown show on the destruction of our constitution by our house and senate leaders and they broadcasted it for all to see. Do you really think they are serving our interests or the interests of their globalist funded donors? I think we know the answer.

  • EthanAllen1

    LATEST NEWS – Trey Gowdy Finds Out FBI Director James Comey Won’t Obey The Law, Comey Refuses To Promise The American People That He Will Investigate Trump Leaks “My Fellow Citizens Are Rethinking Their Side Of The Equation”

    Trey Gowdy assumes the typically arrogant self-absorbed position that his convoluted extremist beliefs and rantings are factual representations of the opinions of “the American people” writ large; such malignant narcissism is, of course, becoming prevalent among Gowdy and his ideological peers, but their strongly held belief that they are the unilateral voice of national political reason is not merely unreasonable, it is factually absurd.

    • Roger Mullins

      He definitely speaks for me. What is wrong with standing up for the rule of law? Do you or others you support have something to hide? Gowdy’s “ideological peers” are those of us who believe in holding everyone to the same level of the laws of our country as everyone else. If there is a crime, there is a victim and the criminal(s) need to be sought out and prosecuted, no matter who they are. Only demented left wing ideologues would call someone who is trying to make an official conform to the laws (s)he is sworn to uphold a ‘typically arrogant self-absorbed. . .convoluted extremist’. You sir, definitely do not speak for me and most real Americans.

      • shays01

        The problem with your assertion can be found in your final sentence. How do you define a “real” American?

        • Bill the eighth

          Easy, if you believe in the founding principles of this country, the constitution and bill of rights as they were written, you are a real American. If you believe in the free market, individual liberty and responsibility you are a real American. However, if you believe the feds should control every aspect of your life, steal most of your hard earned money, spend it recklessly and rack up a debt of twenty plus trillion, them you are not a real American, you are a collectivist totalitarian.

          • shays01

            I see. In other words, absolutists are “real” Americans. You do realize that Madison and Hamilton (amongst others) disagreed over the meaning of the “necessary and proper” clause, and that John Marshall more or less set the bar for the necessity (and constitutionality) of implied powers?

          • Bill the eighth

            You don’t see very much. Your posts amount to picking the fly shit out of pepper. Please do try to make a coherent point.

          • shays01

            My “posts?” Counting this one, I have made four in the last year or so. Hence, I am unfamiliar with the standards at this site that define coherence. Using only your posts as a model, however, it would seem that the standards are not set very high. I assumed, incorrectly it would seem, that someone who speaks about belief in the Constitution (“as it was written”) would have read it and been familiar with some of its actual history. Hence, I also presumed that a reference to Madison, Hamilton, and Marshall with respect to the “necessary and proper” clause would make it clear that REAL Americans understand that there are differences of opinion about even the most fundamental of issues. They do not dismiss the opinions of others with name-calling and labeling.

          • Bill the eighth

            You want to argue over minutia, ridiculous and a complete waste of time. Yea, no kidding people have different opinions, who knew? Thanks for pointing that out. I always dismiss collectivists like you, you have nothing to offer to advance a conversation, always wanting to get bogged down in irrelevant details that matter not to the big picture. Four posts in the last year? Why are you even here? Let me give you a little clue, comment boards are not the place to have a long, drawn out discussion over the rights, wrongs, illegalities , mistakes and blunders all of the founders made. You asked how to define a real American, I did so.

          • shays01

            “Minutia?” You think McCullough v Maryland is “minutia?” An understanding of and appreciation for history has to have some spot in any definition of an American, even if it requires an attention span a little broader than what can be put on a bumper sticker. Your definition of a real American is inadequate and one-dimensional.

      • Eileen Kuch

        Rep. Gowdy speaks for me as well, Roger. Apparently, EthanAllen1 doesn’t have respect for the rule of law, and those he supports do have something to hide. Lying under oath is one crime Comey’s committed (he lied under oath to Congress).
        Under the rule of law, NOBODY’s above the law, btw. Not even the POTUS is above the law. Richard Nixon found that out when he was forced to resign, following the Watergate fiasco.

        • EthanAllen1

          As a self-professed ideological peer of Gowdy and what his actions demonstrate, you and Roger Mullins are supporting the practice of assuming guilt and then fashioning facts to support your assumption; That is not “standing up for the rule of law” as defined by due process proscribed by the U.S. Constitution. Our rule of law does not sanction or tolerate trial by inquisition; maybe you and Roger Mullins, and Bill the eighth would be more familiar with our “rule of law” if you actually read and understood what our Constitution says.
          Based on what factual information is do you post these imagined claims?

          Apparently, EthanAllen1 doesn’t have respect for the rule of law, and those he supports do have something to hide.

          EA

          • natureschild3

            Hi. Thom! ????

          • EthanAllen1

            Hi Lin! ????

      • EthanAllen1

        As a self-professed ideological peer of Gowdy and what his actions demonstrate, you are supporting the practice of assuming guilt and then fashioning facts to support your assumption; That is not “standing up for the ule of law” as defined by due process proscribed by the U.S. Constitution. Our rule of law does not sanction or tolerate trial by inquisition; maybe you and “Bill the eighth” would be more familiar with our “rule of law” if you actually read and understood what our Constitution says.
        EA

    • Bill the eighth

      I think you have Gowdy confused with Obama and his minions.

      • shays01

        Trey Gowdy glibly complains of “leaks” by somehow disassociating himself with all the leaks conveniently escaping from his Benghazi committee.

        • Bill the eighth

          Didn’t know you were making a comment on a two year old story instead of this one.

          • shays01

            Certainly you are not that disconnected? Trey “The Benghazi Leaker” is suddenly concerned with leaks?

          • Bill the eighth

            Silly me, I thought you were actually going to stay on topic. Since you mentioned it, the only leakers on his committee were far left democrats attempting to protect the Hildebeast.

          • shays01

            There is no topic that I can find. Donald Trump is an agent of a foreign government — either directly (for which there is no direct evidence, yet) or indirectly, through his cohorts — and all Trey “The Leaker” Gowdy can remonstrate about are the “leaks” which are bringing malfeasance and possibly treason to light. Of course, he who lives by the leak naturally assumes everyone else must do the same and hey, who better to blame than … Obama! Mr. Gowdy had no problem with leaks coming from other sources when they cast aspersions upon Hillary (whom you disparage with a middle-school taunt), so why is he so all apopleptic today?
            Yes, there were Democrats on the Committee leaking aspects of the Committee investigation that Gowdy had tried to cover up, but it turned out most of what came out in that fashion was true. The same cannot be said about the assertions made with respect to Hillary Clinton.

          • Bill the eighth

            Go away troll, I do not engage with ridiculous, petty people that don’t know what they are talking about.

          • shays01

            As far as I can tell, you do not engage. You prefer to tell.

          • EthanAllen1

            Bill the eighth > EthanAllen1 • 8 hours ago
            I think you have Gowdy confused with Obama and his minions.

            Thank you for the candid and succinct self-appraisal; your confusion is noted.
            EA

          • disqus_xp4GYx7DZk

            “Donald Trump is an agent of a foreign government”…Just because YOU say it, with cretinous retarded vehemence, DON’T make it so…Nice try….

          • shays01

            You are correct. My qualified assertion about Donald Trump’s association with (presumably hostile) foreign powers has not been confirmed. But the fact that it is a widespread concern is just one of the reasons so many people are calling for an independent investigation. Republicans LOVE investigations of wrongdoing by government officials, since government is the enemy of the people (in many of their eyes) and treason one of their primary concerns since at least the days of Hamilton Fish III, so it is clear their current objection has more to do with Party Loyalty than truth or honesty in government.
            On a side note, please note the qualifications in my assertion … learning how to use them properly might come in handy for you one day

        • shays01

          Today (March 22), House Intelligence Chair Devin Nunes bypassed committee procedures and announced, in a press conference, that members of the Trump transition team — and possibly the President himself — were under inadvertent surveillance following November’s presidential election. At a news conference, he described the surveillance of Trump aides through what’s called “incidental collection,” something he noted was routine and legal. Such collection can occur when a person inside the United State communicates with a foreign target of U.S. surveillance. In such cases, the identities of U.S. citizens are supposed to be shielded — but can be “unmasked” by intelligence officials under certain circumstances.
          Democrats on the Intelligence Committee expressed dismay that the Chairman chose to share this information with the media before sharing it with the Committee — especially since the Committee is investigating this very topic. Other members of the Intelligence Committee also questioned why Nunes was briefing the White House earlier in the day, since many of the people being briefed are in the group the Committee is investigating.
          Of course, we all know that Nunes was a member of the very transition team that his committee is investigating.

      • EthanAllen1

        Bill the eighth > EthanAllen1 • 8 hours ago
        I think you have Gowdy confused with Obama and his minions.

        Thank you for the candid and succinct self-appraisal; your confusion is noted.
        EA

  • Defiant

    After Lynch and the DOJ, and Comey and the FBI made such a debacle of the Hillary scandals and crimes…I’m SHOCKED that Trump let him stay to continue his hijinks at the Bureau. Guess it’s biting him in the arse.

  • Ed Melik, Esq.

    Any experienced body language expert can bluntly conclude after observing the body language, facial expressions and the tone of the voice of Director Comey that he has made the pact with the devil to embark on a very dangerous mission—unseat Trump at all cost by the Deep State! Director Comey and all those selected in this small army of fighters against President Trump are given incredible amount of almighty $$$ securities for their and their children’s future in exchange of their total commitment to the mission to get rid of President Trump at all cost! Drama will unfold with total master plan designed to a gradual deconstruction of President Trump’s legitimacy from within and with out! The pythons have already got their grips on all the actors and their scripts slowly tightening the grip and taking the air out of their lungs till they can’t breath no more! This totally anti-American and anti-Constitutional battle is becoming an open war and the victim knows but is helpless for he can’t rely 100% on his die-hard confidants and feels vulnerable increasingly on daily basis. Media and the intelligence traitors within are in concert to make sure that they keep all the checks and balances perfectly calibrated in order to avoid any mishaps. The war on Trump will increase and the ultimate victims will the American people and the American Constitution (or whatever is left of it)! God help American and God help its sheeple!

  • Synickel

    Mr. Gowdy needs to be president.

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/IAmDeepSpace Deep Space

    Comey is a PEDOPHILE. Terminate this CREEP NOW!

  • Jeff Hill

    The law today only serves to imprison ranchers that protect their property and put out fires. The political elites are above the law.

    • shays01

      It still imprisons a disproportionately larger share of young black men than of old white free-loading ranchers.

  • http://birkenberners1.blogspot.ca/ peter

    This whole debacle makes watergate disappear in importance…for all yanquis.
    Gowdy for Pres.