Trey Gowdy had all hell breaking loose with one revelation about a big Obamagate cover-up
The biggest scandal in the history of American politics is Obamagate.
Ugly details about the Obama administration trying to frame the Trump campaign for colluding with the Russians during the 2016 election continue to seep out.
And Trey Gowdy had all hell breaking loose with one revelation about a big Obamagate cover-up.
Acting Director of National Intelligence Rick Grenell recently promised to declassify the transcripts of the phone calls between incoming National Security Advisor Michael Flynn and Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.
These phone calls led to Obama administration officials “unmasking” Flynn and illegally leaking his identity to the press.
Trey Gowdy appeared of Fox News and said that there were transcripts missing from what was turned over the House Intelligence Committee during its Russia investigation.
“I think that you will look at the ones that they actually captured. I think there were multiple calls, and some of the transcripts didn’t come through — at least, that was the explanation we were given,” Gowdy began.
Gowdy went on to state, once the American people got a chance to review the transcripts that were made available to the House Intelligence Committee they would see the phone calls between Flynn and Kislyak were routine and that the FBI only investigated Flynn out of a desire for political revenge.
“I think when the transcripts are released, you’re gonna be bored out of your mind. And you’re going to wonder, ‘This is criminal? This is enough to target a three-star general? This conversation?'” Gowdy said.
“The ones that are available, I have read. I think the FBI told us they didn’t capture all the calls — some of them they missed. Don’t know what was on those, but you will be bored out of your mind.”