South Carolina Representative Trey Gowdy has finally had enough after Robert Muelle’s White House Special Counsel investigation into President Trump’s assumed collusion with Russia has fall down as numerous members of his investigative team were exposed as top Democrat staff.
Fox News announced that congressional investigators said that this week’s seven-hour questioning of Andrew McCabeDeputy FBI Director included many conflicts with the statement of previous witnesses, provoking the Republican majority staff of the House Intelligence Committee to settle an issue fresh subpoenas next week on Justice Department and FBI personnel.Gowdy is dedicated to get to the bottom of this investigation.
McCabe said that he was working hard to confirm the contents of the anti-Trump “dossier” and stood by its validity. Still, a source said that when pushed to identify what in the salacious document the bureau had actually corroborated, he mention only the fact that Trump campaign adviser Carter Page was in Moscow. Away from that, McCabe could not even say that the authority had confirmed the dossier’s allegations about the exact gathering Page probably held in Moscow.
Regardless of reported existence of documents with McCabe’s signature on them establishing his information of the dossier’s financing and birthplace, the source sayed that when he learned that the file has been provided by Democratic National Committee and The Hillary Clinton campaign, McCabe declared he could not recall.
This came after one of Mueller’s top investigators it revealed that Peter Strzok, was fired from the probe for trading many s anti-Trump text messages with an FBI lawyer Lisa Page his mistress, who was also involved with the case.
In their texts, they referred to President Trump as a “loathsome human.” and an “idiot” .
Fox News on top of that announced that Mueller investigator Jeannie Rhee earlier represented Ben Rhodes ex-Obama aide and the Clinton Foundation. She is one of three lawyers who followed Mueller from WilmerHale, the firm he worked at before becoming special counsel. During her time at WilmerHale she focused on representing people in government investigations, including civil fraud matters and white-collar criminal probes and criminal.
The Wall Street Journal story proved that Andrew Weissmann Mueller’s top deputy visited former 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s election night party in New York City. This obviously confirms that Mueller’s team has a powerful anti-Trump bias.
To make things worse Judicial Watch conservative watchdog group recently published an email trade between Weissmann and then-acting Attorney General Sally Yates’ showing Weissmann’s enjoyment regarding Yates’s choice not to enforce Donald Trump’s travel ban in January.
Weissmann wrote to Yates on January 30,
“I am so proud. And in awe. Thank you so much. All my deepest respects,”