Trey Gowdy has had enough.
Recent revelations make it clear there was a plot inside the FBI to destroy Donald Trump.
And Gowdy just unmasked the secret identity of the conspiracy’s leader.
FBI agent Peter Strzok – who was a key counterintelligence official and who signed off on the Russia collusion probe – sent text messages to an FBI agent he was having an affair with expressing his hatred for Trump.
He also described an “insurance plan” should Trump win.
That has now been revealed to be the Russia investigation.
In a recent interview Trey Gowdy said he had never seen such bias at the FBI.
The Daily Caller reports:
“If they were coming up with a quote ‘insurance policy’ in case Donald Trump won, that is devastating,” Gowdy told Fox’s Bill Hemmer.
“What I hope is that insurance policy was not a counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign.”
“This was a level of bias that you rarely see, frankly,” Gowdy added of Strzok.”
The text messages referred to an “Andy.”
That is now known to be FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.
Gowdy singled him out ahead of his closed door testimony before the House Intelligence Committee.
The Daily Caller also reports:
“Gowdy said that McCabe is of interest to the committee because he “cuts across every facet of every investigation in 2016…from Secretary Clinton’s email to the investigation into the Trump campaign.”
Republicans on the committee will likely press McCabe on the conversation referenced in Strzok’s text message as well as his involvement in the early stages of the collusion investigation.
As the FBI’s second-in-command, McCabe was likely directly involved in the investigation, which was opened in July 2016. And as the FBI’s No. 2 counterintelligence official, Strzok was picked to supervise that investigation. Several weeks earlier, Strzok was helping lead the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server. Strzok conducted the July 2, 2016 interview with Clinton.
Asked about Mueller’s investigation in light of the Strzok revelations, Gowdy offered limited praise.
“I am heartened by the fact that [Mueller] kicked Strzok off as soon as he learned. I just wish he’d have learned sooner,” Gowdy said.
“He’s in the middle of major investigations,” he said of Strzok, adding, “Thank God he’s gone, but I want to know how the hell he got there in the first place.”
Mueller’s investigation has dragged on for months.
And it has produced a big fat zero on the Russia collusion front.
It’s becoming clearer every day that the entire collusion narrative was cooked up by Hillary partisans in the FBI as a last ditch effort to derail Donald Trump.
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