The liberal media may be willing to turn its back on Hillary Clinton’s many crimes, but Trey Gowdy is not—and he’s not about to let FBI Director James Comey off the hook either.
“That is not the FBI that I used to work with,” Gowdy recently told Comey. “I’ve been really careful not to criticize you…I just disagree with you. But it’s really important to me that the FBI be respected.”
Gowdy is a former special prosecutor, and has a deep personal investment in the state of the FBI and its integrity. It is clear he wants to right the ship.
That is precisely why he has teamed up with Congressman Jason Chaffetz in an attempt to hold Comey accountable for letting Clinton slide.
“Undoubtedly, there will be, based on the documents the FBI released today, there are new facts that need to be investigated,” Chaffetz commented. “I’m very concerned about the quid pro quo that was in negotiation between the State Department and the FBI. Chariman Nunes and I believe Patrick Kennedy should be relieved of his duties immediately pending an investigation. This is a manipulation, if not an outright crime, and so we’re gonna drive into that.”
But Chaffetz didn’t stop there.
“Chairman Nunes and I believe Patrick Kennedy should be relieved of his duties immediately pending an investigation,” he concluded. “I want to get to the truth, and I want people to be held accountable. I don’t think that’s asking too much.”
What do you think? Do you support Gowdy and Chaffetz?