Rep Trey Gowdy: Special Panel For Russia Meddling Not Needed, FBI Is Handling It [VIDEO]

Rep. Trey Gowdy is one conservative in the House of Representatives that many people support without question, so they take him at his word.

Gowdy joined the CBS Sunday talk show to stress there was no need for a special panel to look into Russian meddling into our 2016 elections because the FBI was doing it and that’s their job!

Source: Face The Nation video below

They are the world’s premier law enforcement agency. They are independent. You have women and men at the Department of Justice who have dedicated their careers to the blind pursuit of justice. It doesn’t get any more independent than that

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If the commander in chief cannot be briefed by the chairperson of the House intel committee on a matter that has nothing to do with the FBI investigation then I don’t know what they can talk about.

[inlinetweet prefix=”” tweeter=”” suffix=”null”]Gowdy also answered questions about Intel Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes and his competence to continue[/inlinetweet] for which he defended the embattled congressman. Gowdy thought it was ok for Nunes travel to the White House to brief the President that had nothing to do with the current FBI investigation.

Watch Trey below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZGSfjWpQSo

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