Always the prosecutor, Trey Gowdy has a way with words that is unmatched in my memory since Reagan was in Office.
Trey Gowdy’s opening remarks at the House hearing on the Inspector General’s recent report were sobering for anyone listening with a conscience and a sense of what justice is supposed to be. He tried to impress upon listeners the importance of our institutions of justice and the fairness that is supposed to be presumed in what they do. I was interested to see if his thoughtful remarks would make any impact whatsoever on the Democrats in their statements or questioning. The answer was no. They continued to politicize the hearing in the worst way, so lacking in conscience are they. They are immovable. We must defeat them. It’s as simple as that.