Congressman Trey Gowdy recently weighed in on FBI Director James Comey’s update about its Hillary Clinton investigation, saying, “Well, I kind of focused on the seminal word in his letter which is the word ‘conclusions’ plural. Not singular, plural.”
Gowdy continued, “He had a lot of conclusions in July, including she was extremely careless in the way she handled classified information. She didn’t turn over her work email and she both sent and received email including that which was marked classified.”
Added Trey, “Ten days ago we didn’t know that Huma Abedin had failed to turn over all of her devices. Investigations are never over unless a statute of limitations has expired or jeopardy is attached.”
Said Gowdy, “So this investigation is over based on what they know, but they don’t know what they don’t know.”
Concluded Gowdy, “Can you imagine the closing argument of having to spend the day before a general election having to say the FBI was not able to prove beyond a reasonable doubt every element of a criminal offense. If that is the closing argument for a presidentail candidate, they got other problems.” Do you agree?