The House Intelligence Committee’s investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government may be over, but rep. Trey Gowdy, a crucial member of the Committee, is still fired up about it.

The Committee cleared Trump of any wrongdoing last month. Yet, Gowdy is still incensed by the fact that Adam Schiff, the whiny top Democrat on the Committee, actually leaked details about the investigation to the press in an effort to smear President Trump.

From the Washington Examiner:

Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., said Sunday congressional investigations are “terrible” and aren’t serious looks into issues facing the country.

Gowdy said on CBS’ “Face The Nation” Congress’ investigations are inherently political, leak like a sieve, and only seek to confirm the biases of the majority of members.

He included the House Intelligence Committee probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election, an investigation he helped lead, in that assessment.

You can see all of Gowdy’s comments here:

Wow. Did you hear that? Schiff claimed to have actual proof of Trump-Russia collusion, yet he hasnt’ presented a smidgen of said evidence to date. So, what’s taking so long?

Even last month, Schiff again claimed to have substantial evidence of collusion but offered absolutely nothing to bolster his claim. One would think that airtight evidence of collusion would be released immediately so as to eliminate more harm from being done to the country.

But what do I know – I’m not a ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee.

Gowdy’s right. This isn’t how a serious investigator acts. If you have evidence, you present it. You don’t hold off for a year because you want TV camera time or are waiting for the perfect political opportunity to pounce.

Democrats like Schiff treat serious moments like a chance to score political points, dunking on their opponent right when the television camera flashes the ‘now live’ light.

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