Kirsters Baish| The American people have been having an extremely hard time trusting the FBI these days, and with good reason too. Representative Trey Gowdy just proved yet again that the FBI will not be getting away with such drastic irregularities. They certainly won’t get away with these irregularities when they are going against President Donald Trump.
The most recent House Judiciary hearing was quite an interesting one. Representative Gowdy decided it was about time that the dig into Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Gowdy was sure to bring up Rosenstein’s ridiculous hatred for President Donald Trump.
Gowdy stated, “The reason we have special counsel is because of a conflict of interest. We don’t like conflicts of interest because it undermines people’s confidence in both the process and the result. And then, lo and behold, those that are supposed to make sure there are no conflicts of interest seem to have a bit of their own.”
I couldn’t have said it better myself. Gowdy is spot on with his analysis of the “Special Counsel” that was appointed to look at Trump’s alleged involvement in tampering with election results. The investigation has become so apparently biased that there should be a second investigation into those investigating!
After the House Judiciary hearing, Gowdy went on Fox News to trash talk the FBI even further. He went on, “This is a really bad fact pattern. I hate it for Rod Rosenstein that he’s the one explaining it because he’s not [FBI official] Peter Strzok, and he’s not [Deputy FBI Director] Andy McCabe, and he’s not [former FBI Director] Jim Comey, so he’s having to do a little bit of clean up. But these are really bad facts if you care about an impartial, objective Department of Justice and FBI.”
Gowdy also explained that he is still trying to understand why three agents from the FBI are speaking about politics IN the Deputy Director’s office. It should be very clear to these FBI agents that politics are not to be discussed on federal ground. FBI agents are NOT supposed to speak about politics for the reasons having to do with Hatch Act.
He also explained that if the three bureau agents were to conspire or plot against a candidate should they win an election, this is completely the opposite of the meaning of objective. Our FBI cannot be considered objective, dispassionate, or neutral.
Once again, Gowdy makes perfect sense. Rod Rosenstein will forever be haunted by the words of Gowdy, and the rest of his pathetic career will forever be tainted.