Trey Gowdy said the four words that blew up the FBI’s biggest conspiracy

Americans still have questions about if the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email server was conducted on the up and up.

There is now an answer to that question.

And Trey Gowdy delivered it in just four words.

Text messages between FBI agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page revealed that the FBI pulled its punches in the Clinton investigation.

The two discussed how it would be unwise to thoroughly investigate Clinton because they thought she was going to be their new boss after the election.

Trey Gowdy appeared on Tucker Carlson’s show to discuss this bombshell development.

He summed it up in four words.

‘The fix was in.’

The Daily Caller reports:

“Speaking to Tucker, Gowdy said, “This, I think is the unvarnished truth of how they viewed both her, him and the investigation and how they wanted it to turn out. Keep in mind, Tucker, all of this is done before she was ever interviewed. So the fix was in. Unfortunately, before they even interviewed the target of the investigation.”

The Daily Caller co-founder asked, “What does it tell you about what they thought of Hillary Clinton? They believed, if she became president she would punish our chief law enforcement agency for investigating her. What does that say about their view of her? Or their understanding of her?”

Gowdy responded, “It’s either that, or I think another reasonable construction is she’d award the DOJ, thinking it was more DOJ lawyers that concluded she should not be charged as opposed to the FBI. And that’s actually how I read it–that she would give more credit to the Department of Justice–you know, keep in mind, reading these texts, it doesn’t appear that anyone wanted her charged, before they even know what she was going to say. I read that to be, they were concerned the DOJ would get the credit for taking care of her more than the bureau would.”

The real collusion scandal was that of the Clinton campaign and the FBI.

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