Trey Gowdy was very disappointed with the FBI’s handling of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal.
GOWDY: When you have five immunity agreements and no prosecution, when you are allowing witnesses who happen to be lawyers, who happen to be targets to sit in on an interview, that is not the FBI I used to work with.
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Gowdy then summarized the awkward conclusion to this troublesome scandal.
GOWDY: The immunity agreements are very troublesome. There are five of them. Initially [the FBI] said they gave immunity for the production of the laptop, but Bill, laptops don’t go to prison, people do. So, Cheryl Mills did have classified information on her computer, but this is what your viewers have to come to grips with. No one who sent classified information was prosecuted. No one who received classified information was prosecuted. No one who destroyed federal records was prosecuted. Out of all of this: five immunity agreements, a really unusual investigation about national security matters, with hundreds of classified emails — not one single person is going to face a legal consequence.
Despite the case coming to a dead end, Gowdy argued the final decision rests in the hands of the voters.
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GOWDY: It is dead in the water other than what I’ve said in the past. There are multiple groups in our culture who provide oversight: There’s the executive branch, there’s Congress, there’s you in the media. But on November the 8th, the real jury gets to weigh in. And if they think this Department of Justice has been politicized, they are welcome to replace it with another Department of Justice.
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