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Monday, October 3, 2016

Congressman Trey Gowdy is fed up with Obama’s FBI and Department of Justice stonewalling multiple Congressional investigations into Hillary Clinton’s numerous crimes.

He spoke with Maria Bartiromo on Fox News’ Sunday Morning Futures to vent his frustration about the obvious corruption within the Obama administration.

When Maria asked if there was pressure put on FBI Director Jim Comey by Attorney General Loretta Lynch to back off of Hillary Clinton, Gowdy responded, “The fact that you have to ask that question kind of proves my point. There used to be a phrase prosecutors went by and it goes like this, ‘May justice be done even if the heavens fall.'”

He went on, “The fact that you had to ask me whether or not a meeting with a spouse of a target on the tarmac that was done surreptitiously could have affected the outcome is exactly what has many of us so upset. The Department of Justice should not be politicized.”

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Gowdy is right. The next part of the investigation should be directed towards Attorney General Loretta Lynch and her so-called career prosecutors about the immunity agreements they gave to Clinton’s co-conspirators.

But probably the biggest point that Gowdy brought up is the fact that if Clinton wins the Presidency, what is to stop Clinton from having this arrangement as President and what’s to keep the next Secretary of State from perpetuating this type of unethical and criminal behavior.

However, Gowdy is wrong about what Congress and he can do.

Congress has the Sole Power of Impeachment. And according to Article II Section 4 of the United States Constitution:

The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.

Congress can IMPEACH Executive branch officials. They just need the courage to do so.

May justice be done even if the heavens fall.

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