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supremeliberal

Troup, TX

#1 Jul 12, 2018
On Republicans

“Dewey wins!”

Since: Sep 14

Bugtussle Ky

#2 Jul 12, 2018
You had a beastly stroke?
It's all making sense now!

Since: Oct 11

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#5 Jul 13, 2018
I was waiting to see which dim, Prog Leftist would call that beatdown Strozk took a 'victory'.

I shouldn't be too shocked.

Since: Nov 12

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#6 Jul 13, 2018
devilsgrin wrote:
I was waiting to see which dim, Prog Leftist would call that beatdown Strozk took a 'victory'.

I shouldn't be too shocked.
Beatdown? I thought it was supposed to be a formal Congressional hearing.

“The left is not right. ”

Since: Dec 10

South Webster, Ohio

#7 Jul 13, 2018
DogLady1 wrote:
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Beatdown? I thought it was supposed to be a formal Congressional hearing.
A proverbial beatdown not a physical one. It happens when a person goes to court or any other legal proceeding and is unable to cover up and hide the truth and the questioners shoot down every lie the person tries to hid behind.

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#8 Jul 13, 2018
Res1dent wrote:
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A proverbial beatdown not a physical one. It happens when a person goes to court or any other legal proceeding and is unable to cover up and hide the truth and the questioners shoot down every lie the person tries to hid behind.
In any other legal proceeding, a "beatdown" like that is called "badgering the witness" and could lead to a contempt charge.

Nobody "shot down" any lies at the Strzok hearing. Strzok did not try to "cover up" anything either.

The Committee members did not show any lack of bias toward a witness they said they wanted to hear... They barely let Strzok answer the questions they fired at him.

If Strzok, as an investigator, must be 100% unbiased in order to be credible, why is it ok for Congressional investigators to be flagrant about their own bias toward their witness?

“Dewey wins!”

Since: Sep 14

Bugtussle Ky

#9 Jul 13, 2018
DogLady1 wrote:
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Beatdown? I thought it was supposed to be a formal Congressional hearing.
It was formal.
Strzok was wearing a suit......not well; but he was wearing one.
Search an image of him being sworn..........right hand raised, and a posture like one of Maxine Waters press on nails was piercing his anus. Talk about a stiff. His necktie was stuffed into the lapel of his coat, and he appeared to be pondering whether he'd turned off the coffee maker.

I don't know about anybody else, but I thought he looked just like Goober Pyle being deputized.

“Dewey wins!”

Since: Sep 14

Bugtussle Ky

#10 Jul 13, 2018
DogLady1 wrote:
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In any other legal proceeding, a "beatdown" like that is called "badgering the witness" and could lead to a contempt charge.

Nobody "shot down" any lies at the Strzok hearing. Strzok did not try to "cover up" anything either.

The Committee members did not show any lack of bias toward a witness they said they wanted to hear... They barely let Strzok answer the questions they fired at him.

If Strzok, as an investigator, must be 100% unbiased in order to be credible, why is it ok for Congressional investigators to be flagrant about their own bias toward their witness?
Strzok wasn't 100% unbiased.
He wasn't even 50% unbiased.
Probably can't honestly claim 2%.

I've seen clips of Japanese political melees.
I think everyone should've taken off their shoes and strzuck him with them.

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#11 Jul 13, 2018
Harry Paratestes wrote:
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Strzok wasn't 100% unbiased.
He wasn't even 50% unbiased.
Probably can't honestly claim 2%.

I've seen clips of Japanese political melees.
I think everyone should've taken off their shoes and strzuck him with them.
What? If it's a tit-for-tat beatdown, then it's not really a formal hearing, now is it?

That sounds about as mature as a 3rd grader declaring, "Johnny did it too!" (Or your version, "The Japanese did it too!")

House Judiciary and Oversight Committees were not 100% unbiased

They were not 50% unbiased

Probably can't honestly claim 2%

How can a biased Committee judge someone else's bias?

Since: Nov 12

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#12 Jul 13, 2018
Harry Paratestes wrote:
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It was formal.
Strzok was wearing a suit......not well; but he was wearing one.
Search an image of him being sworn..........right hand raised, and a posture like one of Maxine Waters press on nails was piercing his anus. Talk about a stiff. His necktie was stuffed into the lapel of his coat, and he appeared to be pondering whether he'd turned off the coffee maker.

I don't know about anybody else, but I thought he looked just like Goober Pyle being deputized.
They might as well have been wearing their Garanimals.

“Dewey wins!”

Since: Sep 14

Bugtussle Ky

#13 Jul 13, 2018
DogLady1 wrote:
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They might as well have been wearing their Garanimals.
Lisa Page's testimony won't be public.
She can show up in underoos.

I hope she learned a lesson from Stormy Daniels, and doesn't touch anyone.

“The left is not right. ”

Since: Dec 10

South Webster, Ohio

#14 Jul 13, 2018
DogLady1 wrote:
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They might as well have been wearing their Garanimals.
I was unaware that they made Garanimals, in adult sizes. Okay, I am going to the Wal-Mart after work now, got some clothes shopping to do.

“Dewey wins!”

Since: Sep 14

Bugtussle Ky

#15 Jul 13, 2018
Res1dent wrote:
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I was unaware that they made Garanimals, in adult sizes. Okay, I am going to the Wal-Mart after work now, got some clothes shopping to do.
Wal-Mart.......good choice.......you're bound to see someone wearing them, and it'll be a real time saver to ask what aisle they're in.

Since: Nov 12

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#16 Jul 13, 2018
Res1dent wrote:
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I was unaware that they made Garanimals, in adult sizes. Okay, I am going to the Wal-Mart after work now, got some clothes shopping to do.
They should make adult Garanimals! LOL

Since: Nov 12

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#17 Jul 13, 2018
Harry Paratestes wrote:
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Wal-Mart.......good choice.......you're bound to see someone wearing them, and it'll be a real time saver to ask what aisle they're in.
Ask? No! You just look for the giant smiling Giraffe!

Since: Jun 18

Bee Branch, AR

#18 Jul 13, 2018
What I saw was a dysfunctional Congress interviewing a dysfunctional former FBI agent. It always amazes me when I watch these hearings that these representatives and senators hold how they preface their questions with commentary depending on who is being interviewed. One Texas Congressman asked a very personal question that was way out of line and personal while another Tennessee Congressman said Peter Strzok should be given the purple heart.

Strzok came across as an arrogant and smug individual who contradicted himself on numerous occasions. He seemed to have that superiority complex. Those text messages show a complete lack of impartiality that all good FBI agents need to have plus he was violating ethical standards by having an affair with a coworker. A real piece of work.

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#19 Jul 13, 2018
supremeliberal wrote:
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Yes he did. It was a stupid stunt on his part, and on the part of the leftist Democrats who joined in.

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#20 Jul 13, 2018
roger45 wrote:
What I saw was a dysfunctional Congress interviewing a dysfunctional former FBI agent. It always amazes me when I watch these hearings that these representatives and senators hold how they preface their questions with commentary depending on who is being interviewed. One Texas Congressman asked a very personal question that was way out of line and personal while another Tennessee Congressman said Peter Strzok should be given the purple heart.

Strzok came across as an arrogant and smug individual who contradicted himself on numerous occasions. He seemed to have that superiority complex. Those text messages show a complete lack of impartiality that all good FBI agents need to have plus he was violating ethical standards by having an affair with a coworker. A real piece of work.
I agree with your first paragraph. But Strozk definitely felt contempt toward those badgering him at the hearing... and he explained the texts in context, which refuted what Pubs have been saying about them.

One of those texts showed complete outrage that a presidential candidate would insult the parents of a soldier who died for his country. I'm sure lots of Americans, even supporters of Trump, were texting privately about those disgusting remarks.
Fake Name

United States

#21 Jul 13, 2018
DogLady1 wrote:
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I agree with your first paragraph. But Strozk definitely felt contempt toward those badgering him at the hearing... and he explained the texts in context, which refuted what Pubs have been saying about them.

One of those texts showed complete outrage that a presidential candidate would insult the parents of a soldier who died for his country. I'm sure lots of Americans, even supporters of Trump, were texting privately about those disgusting remarks.
I agree with what you said earlier. Let's put the private texts and emails of all the Republicans haranguing him about bias on the table and then have this conversation honestly.

Since: Nov 17

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#22 Jul 13, 2018
DogLady1 wrote:
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I agree with your first paragraph. But Strozk definitely felt contempt toward those badgering him at the hearing... and he explained the texts in context, which refuted what Pubs have been saying about them.

One of those texts showed complete outrage that a presidential candidate would insult the parents of a soldier who died for his country. I'm sure lots of Americans, even supporters of Trump, were texting privately about those disgusting remarks.
And his comments are refuted by the IG's report.

Strzok has himself in deep trouble.

https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018...

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