Trey Gowdy finally finished reading the notes from the FBI’s interview with Hillary Clinton over her use of a private server, and you’re not going to like what he discovered.
On Thursday, Gowdy appeared on Fox News’s America’s Newsroom to discuss the issue, and he said that after thoroughly reviewing the notes from the FBI’s interview with Hillary, they didn’t even ask what he believes to be important questions regarding her intent. In fact, Gowdy said that the issue wasn’t addressed at all despite Director Comey asserting that she wasn’t indicted due to a lack of intent on her behalf to break the law.
“Remember [FBI director] James Comey said she was not indicted because he didn’t have sufficient evidence on the issue of intent? I didn’t see any questions on the issue of intent,” the South Carolina congressman said.
“There’s no question she handled [classified emails] negligently or extremely carelessly,” he added. “He said he didn’t go forward with charges because she didn’t have specific criminal intent. I didn’t see any questions on that.”
Gowdy, a former federal prosecutor, said that there was two questions in particular that should have been asked of former Secretary Clinton that would have shed insight into her intent.
“Why did you delete emails that you kept for a year-and-a-half?” is the first question that should have been asked of Clinton after she deleted some 45,000 emails from her personal server.
The other question was “Why didn’t you turn emails over the day you left service [or shortly thereafter as required by law]?”
Anchor Martha McCallum pondered whether or not emails related to Clinton’s ties to the Clinton Foundation were what Hillary and her lawyers deemed to be “personal” and thus deleted them.
“You just put your finger on not the million dollar question, the hundred million dollar question,” Gowdy responded. “I have yet to see a single foundation email produced by the State Department that was sent by her.”
If she had considered them to be personal, “the she and her lawyers had those emails deleted,” Gowdy said.
He also noted that they used advanced programming to remove the emails from her server.
“They didn’t just push the delete button, they had them deleted where even God can’t read them,” he said.
You can see the full interview below:
It’s odd that Director Comey dismissed any charges against Clinton because he didn’t believe she “intended” to break the law, yet they didn’t even ask any questions regarding her intent, wouldn’t you say? It’s almost as if the fix was in from the beginning, so the FBI purposefully omitted any incriminating questions so they didn’t have to bring charges against her.
Surely the FBI wouldn’t be so corrupted, would they?