As our sources advance advise us, Gowdy is formally on the list. Back to reality for a moment, typically obviously the job offer itself, but it may be a step closer to having a well-taught American loyalist within the office!In case there’s one thing I’m beyond any doubt almost, Gowdy is more than qualified to be the next FBI Executive. He is the precise kind of individual we require in office. He isn’t anxious to look for out the truth, without being caught up in the political intellect recreations. It’s moreover no mystery that the fourth-term congressman is greatly gifted to lead the FBI. I truly trust he gets elected.What do you think about Trey Gowdy as the new FBI Director patriots? Share your opinions in the comments section and let Gowdy know that American people stand behind him! We need you in the office! We are all counting on you.God bless America and the American people!Did Trey Gowdy Just Give Away the Game on the Nunes Memo?
Later this week, when he finally finishes reading it, Donald Trump is expected to release House Democrats’ “pretty lengthy” 10-page response to the Nunes memo, opening the second act in a bit of political theater that has consumed Washington.The Democratic rebuttal is unlikely to penetrate the conservative-media ecosystem where Devin Nunes’s allegations of F.B.I. bias is being treated like the Pentagon Papers. Still, at least one Republican is in a state of agitation over the document. Not because it will invalidate the Nunes memo, which was declared a dud as soon as it was made public, but because Rep. Adam Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, appears to be outplaying Nunes at his own game.
Nunes, after weeks of buildup, learned the hard way that the hype cycle turns parabolic if you can’t deliver the goods. Schiff, on the other hand, seems to be laying the groundwork to keep the mystery surrounding his counter-argument alive—and to undermine the Republican claim that Memo-gate is all about transparency.“To say, ‘we don’t want the country to see this’ is untenable. What I’m more concerned about,” Schiff told CNN on Tuesday, “is that they make political redactions. That is, not redactions to protect sources or methods, which we’ve asked the Department of Justice and the F.B.I. to do, but redactions to remove information they think is unfavorable to the president.”
Redacting parts of the Democratic rebuttal, of course, would play right into Schiff’s hands—an outcome Rep. Trey Gowdy suspects Schiff is set up on purpose.“I think the Democrats are politically smart enough to put things in the memo that require either the [F.B.I.] or the Department of Justice to say it needs to be redacted,” Gowdy, who cut his teeth running the Benghazi and Clinton e-mail hearings, told Fox News on Tuesday night. “Unfortunately, we are in an environment where you would include material that you know has to be redacted and you know responsible people are going to redact it just so that question will be asked.”