Is there possibly more foul play on part of the FBI than we knew about previously?It sounds like there is something “mysterious” that changed the mind of former representative Trey Gowdy (Rep-SC), known for being a no-nonsense kind of guy.
The Blaze covered the story:Former Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) was initially supportive of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. But he revealed on Fox News over the weekend that his perspective shifted when he laid eyes on a mysterious piece of evidence.
Gowdy told Fox News host Maria Bartiromo on “Sunday Morning Futures” the evidence is FBI transcripts of conversations involving Trump campaign associate George Papadopoulos and FBI informants.
The Blaze also went into detail about what Gowdy said was a “game changer”:Gowdy, who chaired the House Intelligence Committee before leaving office in January, hinted last month that the FBI intentionally withheld”game-changer” evidence from the FISA court when obtaining a surveillance warrant against Trump campaign associate Carter Page.
It is widely believed the transcripts Gowdy referred to are exculpatory evidence. Some Republican lawmakers believe the government withheld the transcripts from the FISA court because they would have hurt the government’s case for obtaining a warrant against Page.
It’s no secret that there has been a huge cover-up in the Strzok-Page saga, with the president even accusing Robert Mueller of deleting their texts. But up until this point, Gowdy has been fairly kind in his assessment of Robert Mueller’s investigation.