Congressman Trey Gowdy (R-SC), a former prosecutor, took the gloves off with his questioning of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who worked in the Obama Administration, during a House Judiciary hearing.

Gowdy demanded answers, noting that his constituents want to know “what the hell is going on” with the FBI and the Justice Department.

Gowdy turned up the heat and roasted Rosenstein: “The reason we have Special Counsel is because of conflicts of interest. We don’t like conflicts of interest because it undermines people’s confidence in both the process and the result. And lo and behold! Those that are supposed to make sure there are no conflicts of interest seem to have a bit of their own.”

Gowdy took direct aim at the more than 10,000 pro-Hillary, anti-Trump texts exchange between liberal FBI agent Peter Strzok and his mistress, FBI attorney Jill Page. These two are perfect examples of just how biased Robert Mueller’s team is.

In those texts, Strzok called President Donald Trump an “idiot” and and made fun of Trump-voting Walmart shoppers.

These texts show an extraordinary amount of bias for someone who is supposed to not be partisan:

Strzok and his mistress called the Trump family “douchebags” and they conspired to find creative ways to help Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Mueller fired Strzok last year, but we didn’t learn about the reasons until this month.

Strzok wasn’t just a low-level member of the investigation. He was supervising it, and also oversaw the entire investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email investigation. Is there any doubt now why Hillary Clinton faced no legal consequences for her illegal email actions and misuse of highly classified information?

Mueller’s team has spent millions to investigate President Trump, but has yet to prove a connection to Russia. Now we’re learning just how political the investigation is, with Democrat donors and loyalists running the operation.

You have to see this. Go get him, Trey Gowdy!

Recently, former CIA Director Michael Morell admitted just how anti-Trump the intelligence community has been. Morell, who supported Hillary Clinton, said intelligence agencies have a responsibility to remain neutral.

Clearly, Mueller’s investigation has no credibility and these partisan hacks shouldn’t be allowed to waste taxpayer money on an investigation that produces no results.

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