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The scandal that's hit America and will
be bigger than Watergate

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Posted By: Moritz55, 5/25/2023 12:06:47 PM

The current reports of executive branch illegality make Watergate look like kindergarten mischief. It is clear from the Durham report and the work of House Republican hearings that the current scandals in the Biden White House – and senior bureaucracies at the Justice Department, IRS, and elsewhere – are much deeper and more cancerous than Watergate ever was. It may be hard to remember, but Watergate came about due to a weird, dumb, and fairly narrow set of criminal behaviors which mushroomed into 69 officials being indicted and 48 imprisoned. I remember Watergate vividly, because I first ran for Congress in 1974 during the Watergate scandal.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Mofongo 5/25/2023 12:26:54 PM (No. 1477243)
I don’t think “America” is the place Gingrich thinks it is. Same land, different country.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: RayLRiv 5/25/2023 12:28:47 PM (No. 1477244)
That's why DemoRATS are obstructing at every level access to Xiden family records. DemoRATS KNOW this would topple Xiden and the DemoRAT Party
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Reply 3 - Posted by: jimincalif 5/25/2023 12:36:17 PM (No. 1477249)
Yes, Watergate was child’s play compared to today’s corruption. But what’s different this time is the deep state and the media are involved in it, support the corrupt actors and are conspiring to keep it buried and keep the,selves in power. Whereas in Watergate, the deep state and media were aligned against Nixon, conspired together to inflame it and brought him down.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: john56 5/25/2023 12:46:08 PM (No. 1477253)
I remember the time of Watergate and Nixon's resignation -- I graduated from High School that year. In 1972, we had a project in history/civics class to predict the election, state by state. I went to what was then considered to be an "alternative" high school -- a boarding school with a very liberal edge. Some of my classmates were even predicting George McGovern to win the election. I predicted it pretty much on the mark. DC and Mass. for McGovern. I didn't call my home state at the time, WIsconsin. But everything else went for Nixon. Anyway, when the problems were building on Nixon, I remember the time a number of Republican Senators visited the White House, including Barry Goldwater. At that meeting, the GOP Senators told Nixon that his chances of surviving an impeachment trial (the House Committee had voted articles of impeachment, but the full House had not acted on them) was not good. And Goldwater, among a few others told Nixon that he wasn't sure that he could vote fort acquittal. Nixon resigned a couple of weeks later. Sadly, our Democrat friends do not have statesmen like Goldwater and others. We can agree to disagree on political issues of the day -- and we did back then as well. But sadly, we have a press that protects its favored parties and a Democrat party that is drunk with power and demands more power every day.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Luandir 5/25/2023 12:46:13 PM (No. 1477254)
All true, Mr. Speaker, but how is the voting public going to be told?
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Reply 6 - Posted by: walcb 5/25/2023 12:51:03 PM (No. 1477258)
FTA: "When the tide turns, and honest people are once again openly enraged and demanding action, we are going to learn just how much corruption there is." Gingrich is living in the past, this will never happen.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: MindMadeUp 5/25/2023 12:57:53 PM (No. 1477271)
The Nixon "scandal that hit America" was only a scandal because the jabberheads in the MSM made it into one. They are going to continue to ignore and downplay the outrages of the elite while focusing on the white bread that Trump had for breakfast.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: enemyofthestate 5/25/2023 1:13:37 PM (No. 1477284)
It took decades for the media to ruin Richard Nixon. Nowadays, smearing conservatives and running them out of town---- Dan Quayle, for example..... takes less time. The case of Richard Nixon emboldened them.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Noj15 5/25/2023 1:57:11 PM (No. 1477307)
Watergate wasn't treason. I smell the Kenyan.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Periwinkel 5/25/2023 2:19:23 PM (No. 1477324)
Right, Newt. Call us when one of these perps goes to jail OR even goes on trial. Ain't nothin' hapenin' here.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Toodles3956 5/25/2023 2:52:19 PM (No. 1477351)
After all the talk, this isn't going anywhere.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Zeek Wolfe 5/25/2023 3:02:06 PM (No. 1477357)
Sorry, Newt, these Biden criminals and many others are above the law. The MSM continues to ensure that. The Democrat party has electoral vote fraud judges seemingly on retainer to reject all claims of rigging, and so it is with illegal behavior by high-ranking government officials. In 1789 Paris mobs began their own purge of these types. Maximillian Robespierre went overboard in this endeavor, but many elites were able to scoot off to England and elsewhere in Europe.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: rytwng 5/25/2023 3:19:20 PM (No. 1477368)
And the Kenyan really stinks.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Anti-DemocRAT 5/25/2023 4:48:45 PM (No. 1477418)
Much worse than watergate. The spying and coverup was political in watergate; not, treasonous coup making. The guilty should hang in this case; however, The leftist doj wont go after theirselves. Nothing will happen.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Sanchin 5/25/2023 5:32:17 PM (No. 1477442)
Well Newt, hope springs eternal and you are welcome to believe this will be prosecuted. This is no longer America except in a geographical sense, which even that is vanishing daily with the obliteration of the Borders. In banana republics the rule of law is non existent.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: kono 5/25/2023 6:37:14 PM (No. 1477478)
#3 is spot on. Plus, repeated use of the "bigger than Watergate" cry have gotten tedious and are numbing us to the constant accusations of scandal. All we need now to complete this one is for a call to release the Kraken.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: curious1 5/25/2023 11:06:24 PM (No. 1477676)
Send in the Marines with fixed bayonets. Drive every single one of these commies into the Potomac.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: mifla 5/26/2023 5:13:18 AM (No. 1477758)
Laws are only enforced when you have honest people to enforce them.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Rinktum 5/26/2023 7:50:10 AM (No. 1477828)
#1, I agree completely and we are much more worse off for it. We are not the same country we were back then. There were still individuals who had character and integrity and regardless of the outcome, justice was more important than politics. Now, nothing is more important than politics. Integrity, character, the rule of law, and the founding principle that no one is above the law depends entirely upon your political persuasion. Worst of all, there is the leftist mob to contend with and they run wild and will harass to the extreme anyone who will not submit to their narrative. It takes extraordinary courage to buck this crowd and most do not wish to and won’t because their personal comfort is more important. Should Biden and every single individual in his administration who played a part in any of his crimes be given a fair trial and then appropriate punishment, all of them even the boy king and Ma Clinton? Absolutely. Will they, most likely not. Most Republicans just do not have the stomach for the fight that would ensue. However, how can we call ourselves a Constitutional Republic when we willingly ignore the rule of law? Whether you want to go through the process that it would take to bring these criminals to Justice, it is the right thing to do. Ignoring it will only assure that we will get more of the same. We are in a total mess in this country because of weak leaders without any integrity. Either we face this treachery head on or we will never return to a system of justice based upon equality under the law. We are in a very dark place when the people recognize that there are two systems of justice playing out in this country. Revolutions have been started on less grievances than what we are witnessing today. The beginning of restoration of this country will come when we see justice for all regardless of your station in life. We must hold the people who hold the highest positions in government accountable, especially the “big guy”. Trump may not be your cup of tea, but show me someone, anyone who will fight this fight? Of course, he’s the guy for the job and that is why the left in all its forms hate him, especially the elites in their midst. He knows for the country to move on, corruption at the highest levels must be held accountable. We must restore law and order from the lowly criminals who walk our city streets to the man who sits behind the Resolute Desk. Nothing else will restore this nation until we deal with the criminal element especially in our government.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Rumblehog 5/26/2023 9:02:00 AM (No. 1477868)
Newt must be pre-selling another of his books. He and Dick Morris must be a competing... well, actually, the count is Newt 26 books (non-fiction only!) to Dick's15 tomes, as of now. No Demonrat will EVER be convicted in DC Federal Court, whereas Republican'ts, are any and every day, The best that GOP'ers can do is to investigate, ad infinitum, THEN bar Demonrats involved in this scandal from ever holding a Federal position in government, elected or otherwise. For Obama, the best remedy is to strip him of his post-Presidential "perks" like Presidential Library funds, security clearance, and Secret Service protections for him and his family. Break the Law feel the Federal Claw, as Congress claws back all those massive benefits. Hillary wouldn't be immune from "the Claw" as the infamous Clinton Foundation would soon discover.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: The Remnants 5/26/2023 9:08:20 AM (No. 1477871)
Truth is, Newt, it's plural, and we have scandals about the scandals. This country is so fundamentally transformed that it is no longer recognizable.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: donnaclaire 5/26/2023 10:00:59 AM (No. 1477914)
Newt Gingrich is a shining star in our nation’s history - as compared to Biden and ‘the Left’ in America who are totally corrupt, autocratic, loud, aggressive and dangerous. We know a lot about what this unhinged bunch has done, but imagine if we knew ‘everything’ they’ve done to protect themselves and destroy their political opposition by any means necessary and at all cost. And America’s most dangerous occurrence in my lifetime is chilling; it’s the Biden presidency and his affect on our international relations - and vulnerabilities.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Zigrid 5/26/2023 10:39:13 AM (No. 1477942)
The more WE see what the deep state is capable of....the more WE start to understand Watergate....Nixon was set up...with a little help from his paranoia of the news media...and he got taken out...a simple break in doesn't sound as bad as the raid on Mar-A-Largo by FBI goons....the truth is coming out piece by piece.....
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Italiano 5/26/2023 10:42:33 AM (No. 1477945)
It almost seems as if the Axis of Evil is welcoming its newest member. We older posters remember when America was for the most part a force for good.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: joew9 5/26/2023 11:13:22 AM (No. 1477973)
Gingrich does not seem to be up to date about Watergate. Watergate looks more damning now against the deep state and the Democrat prosecutors. Many documents that were kept under wraps for decades have only recently been released. And thus a number of books have recently been written. The Watergate break in was a CIA operation for gathering blackmail. They were also doing the same thing to the Republicans. They recruited John Dean to be a part of it because he worked in the White House and that would make the break in look like it was a White House operation when in fact it was a CIA operation. John Dean got used by the CIA and then got used by the Democrats. Nixon resigned because of a statement he made on the tapes which looked bad and he didn't recall the statement nor the context of it. But now it turns out that statement was edited and taken out of context by the Democrat prosecutors and it fooled Nixon. Nixon wasn't even talking about Watergate. He was talking about protecting the public reputations of rich Democrat contributors who had abandoned McGovern and contributed to the Nixon campaign instead. He had promised them anonymity and Nixon wanted the FBI to to not reveal those contributions. They weren't illegal and had nothing to do with Watergate. He was not talking about getting the FBI to cover up Watergate. Watergate was more of a prelude to the Russia Hoax scandal. And once again the culprits are getting away with it. Nixon had been the CIAs best friend and yet when the CIA got in trouble they twisted the blame on Nixon.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: HRJUNIOR 5/26/2023 11:14:28 AM (No. 1477976)
#2, It does not matter what they try to hide, it is already known by the one who will destroy the evil people behind the cover-up.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: HRJUNIOR 5/26/2023 11:16:27 AM (No. 1477981)
#10, Jail would be easy compared to where they will go soon.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: Geoman 5/26/2023 12:51:43 PM (No. 1478062)
The pervasive notion that "America" is too far gone to turn things around, repeated in different ways within the Replies, is a classic example of a self-fulfilling prophecy. If we truly are too far gone, it is an ultimate failure of the People, the bottom line in government oversight, until the People were drowned in the swamp, with no more fight than a bag of mewing kittens.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: bobn.t 5/26/2023 7:32:57 PM (No. 1478244)
America is headed for civil war. Thanks to the media, the dems, and the libnuts.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: JimBob 5/27/2023 12:13:58 AM (No. 1478392)
.... and the whole universe of Democ'RAT corruption will never be seen by the people who get their news from the LameStreams ...(ABC/NBC/CNN/MSNBC/NPR/NYSlymes, etc.)..... Just as the recent Jordan House Committee hearings on Biden Crime Inc. and the Durham report.... these people will not hear a peep. They will have no inkling that any of this is even happening. The Lamestreams will chase it off the headlines and bury it with other trash stories, I will guess they will use their go-to subjects, "Women's Health" (that is, abortion) and "Transgender Rights" (that is, Perversion). Don't believe me? Wait and See!
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