Despite no longer being in Congress, Trey Gowdy continues to go to bat for President Trump.
He is unafraid of speaking the truth, no matter what anybody thinks.
And he just hammered a deep state agent with a fact they fear.
FBI lawyer Lisa Page thrust herself into the national spotlight this week with an article in the Daily Beast where she asserts she did nothing wrong with her infamous anti-Trump text messages with disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok.
Of course, the texts were sent prior to the 2016 election, when Strzok was working under then-FBI Director James Comey looking into Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
Strzok and Page blasted Trump.
In one exchange, Strzok also made his disdain for then-presidential candidate Bernie Sanders well-known.
Page texted Strzok, stating: “I just saw my first Bernie Sanders bumper sticker. Made me want to key the car.”
Strzok followed up stating that Sanders is “an idiot like Trump.”
They both also showed their support for then-candidate Hillary Clinton in a number of messages.
But while those messages show clear bias, things became much darker when they tweeted in reference to an “insurance policy” in case Trump won.
That insurance policy turned out to be the infamous anti-Trump dossier compiled by former British Spy Christopher Steele.
The dossier went on to justify the spying on Trump campaign officials, and eventually formed Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation into Russia collusion.
Strzok initially led that investigation, working directly under Mueller, until he was fired due to his text messages being released.
Despite this, Page claims that her text messages were taken out of context, an allegation that Trey Gowdy rejected during an interview on Fox News.
“Well, I think we have an idea what that insurance policy was. We asked her about it remember, Martha, when I was still in Congress and it was some unusual analysis of whether or not to burn a source. She did not think Donald Trump is going to win the election in November,” Gowdy began.
He also went on to state that words like “loathsome,” and “national security threat,” which Page used to describe Trump don’t need to be taken into context, before explaining how this proves the exact context of the rest of the conversation.
“So your viewers are smart enough to read and know the lead FBI agent and the lead FBI lawyer were both biased against Donald Trump,” Gowdy said. “That is who was investigating him in 2016. I’m not sure how she thinks context will improve that.”
So Page may be able to whine to the Daily Beast, but she can’t run from the truth with people like Gowdy around.
That’s at least when he’s able to get his voice out there.
Fox News recently fired him from his position as a contributor at the network over news that he was going to work for President Trump.
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