South Carolina Representative Trey Gowdy is one politician that Democrats certainly do not want to mess with. Prior to being elected to Congress, Gowdy was a strong prosecutor who tried some of his state’s hardest cases. Since being elected to the House, Gowdy has used his litigation expertise to root out corruption in Washington.
Freedom Daily reported on Wednesday, Gowdy used these skills once again when he interviewed Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein before the House Judiciary Committee about the conflicts of interest and corruption within the Department of Justice and FBI.
After learning just how biased White House Special Council Robert Mueller’s FBI team is against Trump, Gowdy ripped into Rosenstein in an epic six minute rant.
In his rant, Gowdy eviscerates Rosenstein over the revelation that Mueller’s FBI investigator Peter Strzok was found to have exchanged numerous texts in which he bashed Donald Trump with his mistress Lisa Page, an FBI lawyer who was also involved in the investigation. Citing this, Gowdy demanded to know “what the hell is going on” with the FBI.
“The reason we have Special Counsel is because of conflicts of interest,” Gowdy said. “We don’t like conflicts of interest because it undermines people’s confidence in both the process and the result. And lo and behold! Those that are supposed to make sure there are no conflicts of interest seem to have a bit of their own.”
Gowdy went on to read some of the texts between Strzok and Page, including some in which they referred to Trump as “an idiot” and mocked his supporters as ignorant redneck Walmart shoppers who smell
“This ‘conflict of interest-free’ senior agent of the FBI can’t think of a single solitary American who would vote for Donald Trump!” Gowdy said.
“These are the people who we were told we needed for a ‘conflict of interest-free’ investigation?” Gowdy asked.
Rosenstein kept trying to insist that there is no witch hunt against Trump, but Gowdy wasn’t having any of it, as those texts prove that the FBI really is out to destroy the president.
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