Trey Gowdy Just Unleashed His Secret Weapon That’ll Ruin Mueller & The Democrats

Many people came forward and gave statements against Hillary Clinton.

Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Trey Gowdy ruined the FBI’s reputation together with Robert Mueller and Hillary Clinton.

Gowdy pressed Mueller and his team for breaching their oath of secrecy.

According to CNN, the investigative team received their first indictment, which was approved by a judge.

It was reported: “Well, I’m not an election law expert, Chris, but the good news is you don’t have to be to understand the absurdity of believing that you can launder all of your campaign money by just hiring a law firm. I mean, imagine if you and I were running for Congress and we just hired a law firm and said, hey, you go to all the oppo, you go buy all the television, you go buy all the bumper stickers, you go hire all the experts, and we’re going to launder all of this through a law firm. I can’t think of anything that defeats the purpose of transparency laws more than that.”

“So, I am interested in that, and I am also interested in sharing some memory tricks with folks at the DNC because no one can remember who paid $10 million to a law firm to do oppo research. I find that stunning. Ten million dollars and no one can remember who authorized it, who approved it, who said, this is a really good idea?”

Amid the discussion, Wallace asserted that there is more proof that Clinton was associated with Russia, rather than President Trump.

Gowdy responded: “For quite a while, we’ve found out about every one of the ties between the Trump battle and Russia, for which there is no proof, and lo and observe, in spite of genuine Democrat resistance, we have revealed that the DNC was working with Russian performing artists to attempt to belittle Donald Trump’s notoriety.”

Trump received a lot of accusations, but none of them were true. Hillary Clinton, on the other side was proven guilty by evidence from many sources.

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Source: The Lutchman Report.