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Explosive Interview Maria Bartiromo Drops Big News With Trey Gowdy.
Conservative Treehouse ^ | 8/4/2019 | Sundance

Posted on 08/05/2019 7:02:03 AM PDT by RightGeek

Whooo doggies, Maria Bartiromo outdid herself this morning with an interview segment just packed with information, insight and discussion into the DOJ and FBI corruption and DNI Ratcliffe’s nomination. (h/t Michael Sheridan) This is a MUST WATCH:

After the first segment on the El Paso and Dayton shootings, Ms. Bartiromo segued into a discussion of George Papadopoulos and the secret informant transcripts; from recordings that were part of the FBI sting operation using U.S. intelligence asset Stefan Halper; and are now being held in evidence by U.S. Attorney John Durham and Inspector General Michael Horowitz. [Background] Keep in mind Gowdy has seen these transcripts.

According to Bartiromo those transcripts include FBI wire-taps of Halper attempting to get Papadopulos to accept assistance from Russia (delivering Clinton emails), and George Papadopoulos absolutely refusing to accept any engagement therein. Confirming that outline, Gowdy notes there are more recordings (and transcripts) of a similar nature, where the FBI was attempting to bait other Trump campaign officials.

Additionally, Bartiromo confirms that Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell refused to meet with DNI nominee John Ratcliffe after his nomination; and exactly as we suspected it was the lack of support from the SSCI and McConnell that led to his nomination withdrawal. Stunning interview.

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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections; US: Kentucky; US: Ohio; US: Texas
KEYWORDS: bartiroma; bartiromo; dayton; elpaso; georgepapadopoulos; goudy; johndurham; johnratcliffe; kentucky; mariabartiromo; michaelhorowitz; mitchmcconnell; richardburr; stefanhalper
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1 posted on 08/05/2019 7:02:03 AM PDT by RightGeek
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To: RightGeek

Explosive - woodoggie -

Wow, this treefort sundress chick is one firecracker.


2 posted on 08/05/2019 7:04:42 AM PDT by Larry Lucido
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To: RightGeek

Free beer tomorrow!


3 posted on 08/05/2019 7:05:26 AM PDT by Fido969 (In!)
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To: Larry Lucido

Mark Bradman, produce manager at Publix and Treehouse Sundancer.

Like the leftists, his response to anyone who disagrees with Hisown Opinions is banned or blocked. Open discussion and contrary views really wreck the echochamber effect, you know.

Mark Levin has had a lot to say about the last refuse..I mean refuge.


4 posted on 08/05/2019 7:09:25 AM PDT by bigbob (Trust Trump. Trust the Plan.)
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To: RightGeek

Burr is one of the 3-5 GOP Senators who knew about the FISA investigation along with Romney and McCain.


5 posted on 08/05/2019 7:12:51 AM PDT by Zathras
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To: bigbob
I remember a time before video games. We made do with card games and board games.

One card game in particular I blame for all the wars and violence since. It was called 'War'. A simple game, but massively violent.

We humans are empty vessels incapable of thought and are easily influenced by our pastimes.


6 posted on 08/05/2019 7:13:22 AM PDT by bagster ("Even bad men love their mamas".)
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To: bigbob
Well, Brad Markman (Whoa, I can see why he'd want an alias! That can get confusing!) should find a less fruity nickname. But then, well, he is a "produce manager." (Does produce act up? Didn't think it needed managing.)


7 posted on 08/05/2019 7:20:51 AM PDT by Larry Lucido
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To: RightGeek

McConnell refused to meet with Ratcliffe.

Was that before, or after he got his shoulder broken?


8 posted on 08/05/2019 7:22:28 AM PDT by BeauBo
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To: bagster

The oldest argument in social science is “nature vs. nurture” i.e. how much we are what we are because of genetics vs. what we learn. I understand that a baby can be born with birth defects that cause all kinds of physical and mental issues, including those caused by drug and alcohol use by the mother while pregnant, but it is really hard to imagine an innocent newborn being genetically programmed from birth to be a mass killer. No doubt in my mind this is learned behavior, a result of failed parenting and a lack of teaching values and enforcing discipline that results in what we normally just call the “conscience”.

Look at the family background of these kids especially, and mass killers in general and the common thread is very clear.


9 posted on 08/05/2019 7:24:22 AM PDT by bigbob (Trust Trump. Trust the Plan.)
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To: AdmSmith; AnonymousConservative; Arthur Wildfire! March; Berosus; Bockscar; cardinal4; ColdOne; ...
Additionally, Bartiromo confirms that Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell refused to meet with DNI nominee John Ratcliffe after his nomination; and exactly as we suspected it was the lack of support from the SSCI and McConnell that led to his nomination withdrawal.
Thanks RightGeek.

10 posted on 08/05/2019 7:33:00 AM PDT by SunkenCiv (Imagine an imaginary menagerie manager imagining managing an imaginary menagerie.)
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To: bigbob
I concur on the nature vs nurture argument you make. You are aware that my post was HEAVILY sarcastic?

Male youths in the caveman days emulated war with sticks and rocks in their play. I myself have been known to play 'cowboys and Indians' as a child.

Is that nature or nurture? It's an interesting debate.

I believe in 'Hobbsian' man. That man is born uncivilized and has to learn civilized (non-violent) behavior. Absent that learning, by whatever means, man remains an animal.

Some of the modes of 'civilizing' are religion (Islam excepted), parental discipline with proper values, and other environmental means.

If one is properly civilized, violent video games will have no effect on behavior. Many these days lack the civilizing influences of religion or parental discipline.

Anyway, that's my ramble and opinion.


11 posted on 08/05/2019 7:36:47 AM PDT by bagster ("Even bad men love their mamas".)
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“Male youths in the caveman days emulated war with sticks and rocks in their play.”

Through the ages men applied force and strength where needed. Women maintained the household and maybe tended to crops.

Which came first: men being stronger than women, or the need for strength to hold together a community, for which men took the role because they didn’t have babies?


12 posted on 08/05/2019 7:42:30 AM PDT by cymbeline
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To: bigbob

You might have posted to the wrong thread, accidentally.


13 posted on 08/05/2019 7:42:55 AM PDT by gaijin
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To: bigbob

Whoops, sorry, I see the vid clip did include a big part about that guy shooting those people.

Sorry.


14 posted on 08/05/2019 7:47:28 AM PDT by gaijin
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To: bigbob

The red flags raised by Parkland Shooter, Nikolas Cruz, fell into a black hole. This type of negligent incompetence cannot continue.

The red flags:

https://www.npr.org/2018/02/28/589502906/a-clearer-picture-of-parkland-shooting-suspect-comes-into-focus


15 posted on 08/05/2019 8:02:49 AM PDT by jonrick46 (Cultural Marxism is the cult of the Left waiting for the Mothership.)
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To: RightGeek

Bump


16 posted on 08/05/2019 8:10:55 AM PDT by lepton ("It is useless to attempt to reason a man out of a thing he was never reasoned into"--Jonathan Swift)
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To: Larry Lucido

Brilliant! A little sparkly to boot!


17 posted on 08/05/2019 8:20:13 AM PDT by bigbob (Trust Trump. Trust the Plan.)
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To: RightGeek

Wow! Just freaking wow.


18 posted on 08/05/2019 8:45:22 AM PDT by servantboy777
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To: bagster; bigbob; Gamecock; SaveFerris
One card game in particular I blame for all the wars and violence since. It was called 'War'. A simple game, but massively violent.

Yeah, what is it good for? It would have been a good title for his book, though!


19 posted on 08/05/2019 9:00:08 AM PDT by Larry Lucido
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To: bigbob
You touch upon something related to the tragic omission from the traditional argument for the Second Amendment protection of American Liberty.

As I posted on another thread:

George Washington urged the Swiss system; i.e. arming and training our youth as part of their preparation for responsible citizenship. He specifically recognized the moral character building aspects of the Swiss system. As you may know, Switzerland has, traditionally, had an extremely low crime rate.

Right & Duty To Keep & Bear Arms.

(See, in the above, Washington's sage advice to Congress, It indicates the dangerous omission in 21st Century America. The point is essential to counter the Leftist hand wringing assault on our liberty; an essential key to a truly American future.)

20 posted on 08/05/2019 9:02:39 AM PDT by Ohioan
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