Trey Gowdy said three words that left James Comey red with rage

Americans are still reeling from the Inspector General’s report outlining the criminal conspiracy by the FBI to spy on the Trump campaign.

Donald Trump and his allies are going on the offense.

And Trey Gowdy said three words that left James Comey red with rage.

Appearing on “The Story” with Martha MacCallum, the former South Carolina Congressman ripped Comey to shreds for claiming that Attorney General Barr was wrong to say the FBI acted in bad faith in spying on the Trump campaign.

Gowdy assessed the Inspector General’s devastating report and concluded that Comey lost his mind.

The Washington Examiner reports:

“[Barr] does not have a factual basis as the attorney general of the United States to be speculating that agents acted in bad faith. The facts just aren’t there. Full stop. That doesn’t make it any less consequential, any less important, but that’s an irresponsible statement,” Comey said.

Gowdy responded to the clip by proclaiming that Comey has “lost his mind.”

“How many of these ‘close calls’ went in favor of President Trump?” Gowdy asked. “When they changed the email, was it to help Trump or hurt him? When they put the dossier material in, was it to help Trump or hurt him? When they put the DNC-funded Fusion GPS research material, was that to help Trump or to hurt him?”

“Everything that happened was done to hurt Donald Trump. Look, this is the same Jim Comey who thought it was nonsense that we were looking into it, now he’s had a mea culpa,” Gowdy added.

United States Attorney John Durham is conducting a criminal investigation into the FBI’s conduct during the Russian collusion hoax.

Comey is desperate to spin the Inspector General’s report in the most favorable light possible because the findings made it clear Comey and the FBI defrauded the FISA court in obtaining a warrant to spy on former Trump campaign aide Carter Page.

And that could lead to Comey facing criminal charges.

We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing