More Political Theater Coming

Sep 15, 2017

Representative Trey Gowdy said that he has “sufficient factual basis” to recall former FBI Director James Comey. Gowdy wants to question Comey on why he “decided not to charge Hillary Clinton before interviewing key witnesses.” “I can tell you because I’ve seen with my own eyes he made up his mind before he interviewed her.” How far back, whether it was two weeks or two months, quite frankly is immaterial to me. He did it before he interviewed the last witness.” As a former federal prosecutor, Gowdy believes that prosecutors hold off making conclusions until all the evidence is in and witnesses have been interviewed. “If there’s anything that’s axiomatic in investigations it’s that you don’t make up your mind until you interview the last witness. it is beyond dispute that h made up his mind not to charge Secretary Clinton before he interviewed her.” Gowdy said that there is evidence that Comey made up his mind before he’d “interviewed the last dozen witnesses.” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said this week that Comey is guilty. Gowdy cautioned that if the White House has evidence of wrongdoing, it needs to be referred to the Department of Justice. “Alleging criminal violations is very serious which is why I don’t do it,” said Gowdy.