AJR| Within the last several days we’ve witnessed a more aggressive Republican Party coalescing around the White House, as one revelation after another regarding the unprecedented collusion of rogue FBI agents along with former heads of both the Justice Department and the FBI integrating their efforts and attempting to bring down a duly elected president.
One of those Republicans leading the charge is 53-year old Trey Gowdy, the congressmen from South Carolina’s 4th congressional district.
However Gowdy isn’t simply another politician, more importantly, he’s a constitutional scholar, an attorney and a former prosecutor and a former assistant United States Attorney moreover chaired the United States House Select Committee on events surrounding the terrorist attack in Benghazi.
Now the congressman from the 4th congressional district in South Carolina has just released his concerns regarding the bombshell information from the FISA secret memo and the people’s right to know, and it’s explosive!
“We need to know a couple of things. Number one we need to know how the world’s premier law enforcement agency managed to lose five months worth of texts. And what is also troubling in the text we do have they’re discussing how to avoid texts being captured and secured. So what is missing is important but also what is there is important,”
“It is manifest bias not just against Trump, but against his kids, against his business interests. There is a text where they hope the Trump Hotel fails. That is a level of bias that you rarely see and you never see from law enforcement officers,”
“What is also troubling to me is this text that Johnny Ratcliffe found last night about this secret society. Now, I have no clue what that means because it was not the phraseology I used. But it’s the day after the election and it’s the same two people that were discussing a little bit later in the text the damage they had done with the Clinton investigation and how they could, quote, fix it and make it right. That is a level of bias that is stunning among law enforcement officers.