The revelation of how deeply biased the members of Grand Inquisitor Robert Mueller’s special counsel team is has many advocates for justice furious.
Among them, writes Sarah Palin, is Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC).
FBI Deputy Deirector of Counter Intelligence, Peter Strzok, has been outed as the partisan hack he is thanks to revelations by the Inspector General that he exchanged around 10,000 emails with fellow FBI official and mistress Lisa Page that contained examples of a clear bias for Hillary and hatred for President Trump.
The problem with this is that Strzok was the one to head of questioning of Clinton cronies Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin, as well as Trump aides General Michael Flynn and Paul Manafort.
Gowdy told Fox News’ Martha MacCallum that the House Intelligence Committee he currently serves on does not have access to the texts because the FBI is going through them.
That should be an objective operation.
The texts, Gowdy said, will eventually be looked at by the House because they have an interest in both the “anti-Trump and/or pro-Clinton texts” sent by a “very important agent in [Hillary’s] investigation, also in the ongoing Russian related investigation” and also “the decision for Comey to change the wording in a statement.”
After a brief exchange, Gowdy was asked by MacCallum if he had any faith left in Mueller’s ability to carry out an objective investigation.
“I do,” he said. “But I got to confess to you, and I understand people who think I’m wrong.”
Gowdy explained that he “got an email last night from a friend back home saying, ‘Look, Gowdy, let go of the prosecutor stuff.’ I still think that Mueller can produce a product that we all have confidence in, but things like this, make it really difficult — the perception is, is every bit as important as the reality, and if the perception is, you’re employing people who are biased, it makes us really difficult for those of us that would like to defend the integrity of former prosecutors.”
Gowdy had to admit that it is getting “really hard… to defend” Mueller’s glaring partiality…four words that may come back to haunt the Inquisitor.
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