“Bulldog” Gowdy Has Big Plans For Dismissed FBI Agent Who Was Anti-Trump


U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy wants to find out what was in the text messages that reportedly ended a high-ranking FBI official’s career.

The South Carolina Republican made his remarks in the wake of news that FBI operative Peter Strzok was fired amid allegations that he held — and perhaps acted on — biases against President Donald Trump.

Strzok had been an integral part of several investigations with the potential to directly or indirectly impact Trump, his campaign or his presidency.

Allegations against the deputy hinged on a series of text messages in which he reportedly disparaged Trump.

Gowdy, who currently chairs the House Oversight Committee, wants to know what is in those texts.


“People have the right to assume that people who are investigating them are objective and have not already made up their minds,” Gowdy said.

In another tweet, he claimed the FBI’s reputation was “in tatters” and at its lowest point in history.

Without going that far, Gowdy echoed Trump’s assessment.

“The bureau has had a really bad last 18 months,” he said, “and this makes it worse, frankly.”

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H/T westernjournal

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