House Oversight Committee chairman Rep. Trey Gowdy has been a thorn in Hillary Clinton”s side for years now, as he has never fallen for any of her nonsense. This past weekend, Gowdy showed Clinton that he has not forgotten about her when he said that he thinks her campaign may have laundered money to pay for the infamous Donald Trump dossier.
“I’m not an election law expert, but the good news is you don’t have to be to understated the absurdity of believing that you can launder all of your campaign money by just hiring a law firm,” Gowdy told Fox News host Chris Wallace, according to Conservative Tribune.
“Imagine if you and I were running for Congress, and we just hired a law firm and said ‘Hey, you go do 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,’” he continued. “I can’t think of anything that defeats the purpose of transparency laws more than that.”
The Clintons have always thought they were above the law, so they’ve thought they could get away with illegal activities. Gowdy, however, isn’t having any of it.
“I am also interested in sharing some memory tricks with folks at the DNC because no one can remember who paid 10 million dollars to a law firm to do oppo research,” Gowdy noted. “I find that stunning.”
In the end, Gowdy is sick of Democrats conveniently forgetting all the illegal things they do.
“$10 million and no one can remember who authorized it, who approved it? So you’ve got two issues, a memory issue and then the lack of transparency by laundering money through a law firm,” Gowdy concluded.
This came right before Gowdy urged those being investigated by Special Counsel Robert Mueller to cooperate with the probe.
“The American people deserve the truth, wherever it lies,” Scott said in a statement late Monday night. “While the charges against Mr. Manafort pre-date the campaign, it is important individuals under investigation continue to cooperate with Mr. Mueller.”
“The only conversation I’ve had with Robert Mueller, it was stressing to him the importance of cutting out the leaks with respect to serious investigations,” Gowdy explained on Sunday. “I readily concede I’m in an increasingly small group of Republicans. Bob Mueller has a really distinguished career of service to our country. I don’t think any of your viewers can think of a single thing he did as the FBI director that caused them to have a lack of confidence in him.”