Trey Gowdy made a name for himself by exposing corrupt Democrats.
During his time in Congress, he became the worst enemy of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
And now he just dropped a big tip that could bring down the Deep State for good.
Congressional hearings are a lot more boring without Trey Gowdy.
Nobody is better at embarrassing and grilling Deep State Democrats than he is.
He has a special skill in exposing their lies and corruption, most famously showcasing his craft with Hillary Clinton and disgraced former FBI agent Peter Strzok.
But even without him in Congress, his fight against the Deep State continues.
And during a recent appearance on Sean Hannity’s Fox News program, he dropped a big tip that could end the Deep State for good.
While speaking about the new investigation into the origins of the Mueller probe, Gowdy stated that investigators should start by looking into specific emails between former FBI Director James Comey and former CIA Director John Brennan.
“So whoever’s investigating this, tell them to look for emails between Brennan and Comey in December 2016,” Gowdy said.
While Gowdy didn’t go into much detail, he did suggest the emails have something to do with their thoughts on former British spy Christopher Steele and his Trump-Russia dossier.
Gowdy told Hannity, “I think you’ll be surprised at whether or not they viewed Steele as being credible.”
Comey was majorly involved in the public release of the dossier since he was the one who briefed a then-President elect Trump on its existence—which ultimately gave the media the green light to publish it.
Continuing his interview with Hannity, Gowdy then dropped the biggest bombshell of all.
“I can tell you it is even worse than what you described. It is what you described, in addition to the withholding of exculpatory information,” he said.
“They made no effort to corroborate the dossier until after it had been used in the application and a renewal. No effort. It’s not that they failed, it’s that they made no effort to do it.”
This suggests that not only were Comey and Brennan already questioning the dossier’s credibility, but they may have had evidence that would have exonerated Trump of its claims.
Exculpatory information is evidence relating to a criminal investigation that exonerates the defendant of guilt.
In this case, Trump was essentially the defendant, despite there never being an official criminal investigation.
And now it appears there may have been evidence proving his innocence all along.
If that’s the case, then it exposes the Deep State as not only starting the Mueller investigation under false pretenses, but doing so while withholding information that would have exonerated Trump.
Instead, the Deep State allowed a phony investigation to run its course for two years.
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