Trey Gowdy’s relentless pursuit of failed presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, has caught national attention on more than a few occasions. Gowdy has also been very forthcoming regarding his displeasure with Democrats and the liberal media.
However, it is his most recent statements to Fox News’ Martha MacCallum that have once again turned attention back towards a Clinton cover-up. Speaking about the termination of FBI Director, James Comey, Rep. Gowdy suggested that there is more to the story than people realize. At least when it comes to the “relationship” between Obama’s DOJ and Clinton.
“I think history will be much kinder to Jim Comey in that July press conference than the Democrats were,” Gowdy told MacCallum. “I think he had access to information that, because he is a stand-up guy he’s not gonna disseminate classified information. Although God knows everybody else is … so all your viewers see is this meeting on the tarmac,” he added.
Gowdy’s statement appeared somewhat cryptic, so naturally, MacCallum pressed him for more information. That’s when things got even more interesting. In reference to Comey’s July press conference last year, he implied that Comey…
“Made the Only Decision He Could”
MacCallum asked Gowdy point blank it he was inferring that the DOJ “pressured” Comey to avoid prosecuting Clinton to which Gowdy responded by saying:
“No, no, no. I think he had access to information and he wanted to safeguard the integrity of the investigation, and the integrity of the process, and I probably ought to just leave it right there.”
“Trust me when I tell you this, Martha-I know what it was and I have been a critic of James Comey in the past. But he made the only decision he could have made with respect to appropriating that decision away from the Department of Justice and making the decision himself,” he explained.
Pressing Gowdy further, MacCallum asked if he was asserting that there were more “entanglements between the Clintons and perhaps the Justice Department than everyone understands.” “The Bulldog” answered simply with “You’re very perceptive.”
Watch the entire interview: