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Trey Gowdy Puts the Screws to Rod Rosenstein

We don’t like going on about it, but the fact remains that the Russian collusion narrative was, is, and always will be entirely evidence free. There is not one shred of evidence to make anyone reasonably believe that Donald Trump or his election campaign did anything wrong or illegal, least of which involving the Russians.

But the investigation continues. It has been largely forgotten about in the left wing media, but it continues nonetheless. At this point, if they were to just quit, it would be a major blow to what has now become nothing more than a face saving effort for Democrats.

What there is, on the other hand, is a massive amount of evidence that the Democrats and people within the FBI, and even Barack Obama himself were pushing a rabid anti-Trump agenda.

There are the huge amount of emails and text messages between FBI agents Peter Strzok and Cartier Page. It was a seemingly endless back and forth about how “they” would not let Trump become president and that they had “insurance policies” they could use if he did win the election.

This is some major league disturbing stuff, and no one in government has done thing one about it. At least, not until now.

Here’s a clip from the Mark Dice channel with Trey Gowdy doing what he does best — grilling Rod Rosenstein and the FBI Director Christopher Wray about these emails and what effect they might have had on the election.

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