Trey Gowdy appears to be losing faith in the FBI. The accomplished former prosecutor has successfully poked holes in the manner with which James Comey and his agents conducted the Hillary Clinton email investigation. We live in a nation of laws, which are supposed to be fairly and equally applied to all. If Gowdy is right, special treatment was definitely given to Clinton by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
There was a “cover-up” during the FBI investigation into Hillary’s email scandal, according to Trey Gowdy.
“She had this arrangement for the entire time she was secretary of state, then she kept them for two years,” the South Carolina Representative said during an interview with Fox News. “It was only because the State Department would not go away, and that’s when it gets interesting.”
Such an arrangement is highly unusual and perhaps even unprecedented.
The Clintons sure do love to keep their actions and words cloaked in a thick veil of secrecy.
No “regular” Americans would ever been allowed to destroy information they alone decided was not relevant to an investigation into their potentially illegal actions.
Gowdy also reportedly feels the State Department “aided and abetted that cover-up” and staunchly maintains that offering Cheryl Mills immunity simply does not make sense to him one bit.
Amid the FBI document dump of Hillary Clinton related emails on Friday was an email from someone at Platte Rier saying there was a “cover-up operation” going on with Hillary’s emails.
“Number one, if you think that there is evidence that is relevant to an investigation on a piece of physical property, you use a subpoena, a grand jury subpoena,” Gowdy added. “You don’t strike an immunity agreement with the computer—you go get the computer. Her lawyer, Beth Wilkinson, who represents Heather Samuelsson and Cheryl Mills, she’s on record of saying, ‘The Department of Justice assured me my clients did nothing wrong.’ Well, people who have done nothing wrong typically don’t ask for immunity, so my question would be immunity from what? What was it you were worried about?”
Trey Gowdy went on to say conversations between Cheryl Mills, State Department Undersecretary for Management Patrick Kennedy, and Platte River Networks, the company that managed Clinton’s emails after she left office and after his committee sent out subpoenas to garner those records were destroyed.
“The State Department, which is supposed to be apolitical, non-interested in the next presidential election, has been covering for Hillary Clinton since she left office,” Gowdy added.
The scales of justice were highly weighted in favor of protecting Hillary Clinton during the email investigation—much like the American people were stonewalled when seeking the truth about her role in the Benghazi terror attack.
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