Trey Gowdy had more than a few words to say about Brennan, Clapper, and Comey trying to distance themselves from the Steele dossier.
— Ned Ryun (@nedryun) May 20, 2019
Trey has seen documents the public has not, keep that in mind.
From Fox News:
Former congressman Trey Gowdy talked to Maria Bartiromo Sunday and discussed the infamous Christopher Steele Dossier, what it is and why it is important find the extent of its use.
“I mean people use the word dossier and how such an official sound to it. I mean let’s just call it for what it is. It’s a series of rank hearsay compilations put together by an FBI source who was later defrocked. Paid for by the Democrat National Committee then oh by the way Christopher Steele hated Donald Trump too so that we can call it a dossier. It sounds official,” Gowdy said on “Sunday Morning Futures.”
“It’s really something the National Enquirer would blush if they printed so we know that it was used four times by the United States government.”
Attorney General William Barr told Fox News’ Bill Hemmer in the interview aired Friday that one portion of the investigation into the Russia probe’s origins, which he has tapped U.S. Attorney John Durham to lead, would cover the time period between Election Day and Inauguration Day, saying “some very strange developments” took place during that time.
Some very strange developments … yeah, no kidding.
National Enquirer would blush if they printed the dossier.
"Clapper and Comey" Sounds like a new comedy TV show.
— Teri Pinney (@TeriPinney) May 20, 2019
And not a good one.
— Because I Said So (@AJ_FranklinGirl) May 20, 2019
There it is.
Except which one is Clapper and which one is Comey? And where’s Brennan?
So many questions.