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Gowdy: Carter Page Interview Was ‘Sad’

House Intelligence Committee member Trey Gowdy (R-SC) admitted that the House Intel Committee’s interview with Carter Page was “one of the most painful interviews I have ever been part of. It was actually sad.”

Gowdy stated, “The Russians didn’t take him seriously. I don’t think the FBI took him seriously. I spent a long time interviewing him. If ever a witness needed to avail himself of his Sixth Amendment right to a lawyer, it was Carter Page. That was one of the most painful interviews I have ever been part of. It was actually sad. I think Democrats, if they were to be honest…they would tell you it was sad. He doesn’t know when to stop talking, and nobody takes him seriously. So, he’s not Jason Bourne. He’s not James Bond. If the FBI wanted to investigate him, fine, go do it. But why are you relying on opposition research by the DNC and not telling the court where you got it?”


  • Rodney

    I don’t understand the need for all this sneaking around. If you want to investigate, do it. Doing wire taps and communication intercepts prior to having a charge to make is contrary to our freedoms.

    • Magik

      Correct . The duty of a special counsel is to investigate a specific crime . One was NOT provided . This whole thing is a multi – million dollar farce .

      • Rodney

        Typical swamp mode of operation, a cure looking for a disease.

        • Magik

          More like a disease looking to make a buck .

          • Rodney

            Haha, I am so sick of what has become our standard political discourse. I would say a Convention of States would be called for, but would that end it all?

  • Jmanjo

    The real issue is the Democrats broke the law in everything they did in the election. They misused funds, cheated, conspired against all the opposition, lied and conspired with the FBI and DOJ officials that were carrying out Obama’s illegal demands, you name it they did it. Why the hell they are not being investigated instead of this joke of a Mueller investigation defies all attempts at justice! Hopefully, they will all go to hell for it

  • Doris Will

    Solving this problem is going to take rights away, Before Jimmy Carter closed all of the mental asylums I don’t recall any mass killings. As the years passed we began seeing more of these occurrences. in every act Mental illness has been a factor. Other precautions may be needed, and should be used until we operational institutions that can care for and keep the Mentally ill and the general population safe. As President says, we have to toughen the schools. That would include armed guards. Keep the guns out of sight, but available in a split second. Get rid of no gun signs.

  • Doris Will

    Solving this problem is going to take rights away, Before Jimmy Carter closed all of the mental asylums I don’t recall any mass killings. As the years passed we began seeing more of these occurrences. In every act Mental illness has been a factor. We will never be able to stop these slaughters without Mental Health Asylums Other precautions may be needed, and should be used until we have operational institutions that can care for and keep the Mentally ill and the general population safe. As President says, we have to toughen the schools. That would include armed guards. Keep the guns out of sight, but available in a split second. Get rid of no gun signs.

  • Deplorable Irredeemable Susan

    This man was made a scapegoat and it is totally disgusting.
    The shadow government is such a sham and its arms are everywhere!
    The guilty parties are going on with their everyday, miserable, corrupt, lives and
    thumbing their rich noses at the law. Big daddy Soros is paying their way and he
    is thumbing his nose at the entire world. He laughs all the way to the world banks
    every single day. He knows nobody can ever catch and prosecute him.