Rep. Trey Gowdy Makes a Strong Case for a New Special Counsel
Republican congressmen have been calling for a second Special Counsel to investigate the many suspicious occurrences surrounding the 2016 election that have, so far, been ignored. Those calls have now been taken to the next level, with the chairmen of both the House Oversight Committee and the House Judiciary Committee sending a formal call for a new Special Counsel to Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Oversight Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) and Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) say there is concrete evidence that the FBI lied to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court multiple times. They allege in their letter to AG Sessions that the so-called “Russian dossier” — which has been thorougly and utterly debunked — was used to obtain FISA warrants and warrant renewals to spy on Carter Page, a low-level Trump campaign advisor. The bombshell revealed by Gowdy and Goodlatte is that the Trump campaign was definitely spied upon by the FBI in 2016 and possibly in 2017, well after President Donald Trump was sworn into office.
A key point to remember is that in spite of current Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election, no Trump campaign official has been accused of a crime. Mueller is a prosecutor in search of a crime.
In the calls for a new Special Counsel from Mr. Gowdy and Mr. Goodlatte, there is evidence that crimes took place.
Watch the clip below from Fox News as Gowdy and Goodlatte explain the evidence they have uncovered which warrants a new Special Counsel.
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