Trey Gowdy has never really had an issue with asking the hard questions and throwing the rough punches when it comes to pretty much anything happening in D.C. that is criminal, unethical, or out right treasonous. The only downside is that he alone cannot decide to charge and arrest all those he knows are dirty. He probably would slap the cuffs on himself if he could.
However, he is continuing his fight against governmental corruption against the people, and he isn’t looking to stop anytime soon. Recently, he as well as Rep. John Ratcliff did an interview on Fox and they both explained that many of the texts they have recently recovered from the Strzork communications are extremely concerning in what they implicate. These texts even reveal the need to “not keep texts,” which should in and of itself tell those in charge that the texts were not in fact lost due to a supposed “technical glitch,” but instead were deleted purposely to try and cover the tracks of those involved in the witch hunt against our President.
According to Independent Journal Review:
If anyone should be considered an expert on hunting down missing emails, it’s Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.). The former prosecutor tirelessly dug through thousands of pages of emails belonging to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton — and doggedly questioned her about the ones that were missing or deleted.
So it should come as no surprise that Gowdy — as a member of the House Judiciary Committee — would find himself in the middle of the investigation into the five months’ worth of texts missing from the preserved conversations between FBI agent Peter Strzok and attorney Lisa Page.
During a brief interview with Fox News host Martha McCallum, Gowdy and Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas) said that the FBI’s initial explanation for the missing texts — technical difficulties — was, at best, suspect.
“Lay aside this glaring five-month gap in text that the world’s premier law enforcement agency somehow missed. Lay that aside. What Johnny and I saw today was a text about not keeping texts. We saw more manifest bias against President Trump all the way through the election into the transition.”
Gowdy, who has called the bias revealed in the texts he has seen “stunning,” appeared to be suggesting that the missing texts could have been intentionally deleted.
Ratcliffe agreed, noting that the more “strange coincidences” there were, the harder they were to believe.
“It’s possible that these these messages that are missing, perhaps they really were lost, perhaps it is another strange coincidence. The problem, Martha, is … it makes it harder and harder for us to explain away one really strange coincidence after another.”
Watch the segment below, via Fox News.
Keep in mind that Gowdy also recently discussed the texts that begin a whole other issue with this “secret society” that was intended to “fix the damage” they inadvertently caused to the Clinton campaign.
None of that is something that can be easily brushed off, and like Gowdy explains, what is not there is concerning for sure, but what IS there is just as concerning. Which leaves the question open as to why would they delete some but not these specific texts? Can it be assumed that someone may be playing both sides and wanted those texts found in order for the truth to be found via breadcrumbs?
Either by ignorance, oversight, or on purpose those texts that were left to be found have only given the bulldog Gowdy more meat to chew, and chew it he will. Until every last bit is dug up and exposed for what it all really is. The one common factor that we are all smart enough to see is that all of this intel being found surrounding more than one investigation all goes right back to one thing which is Hillary and Obama’s many acts of treason and crime from Uranium One, to Benghazi, to arming our enemies. None of this is separate, and it is just more proof that they are scared of Trump being President because they know he will find it, and he cannot be bought off to remain silent about it like so many have before him. The jig is up in the swamp, and the plug is slowly being pulled up day by day.
H/T [ Independent Journal Review ]