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Trey GOWDY again is a creep. (Original Post) applegrove Sep 2017 OP
For those of us not on Twitter, this just shows a photo of Gowdy. What did he say? Shrike47 Sep 2017 #1
I have trouble linking Twitter. The tweet is what is below. It was someone applegrove Sep 2017 #3
Makes. My. Skin. Crawl. nt Laffy Kat Sep 2017 #2
Twitter thread re: Seth Abramson. onecaliberal Sep 2017 #4
Thanks Onecaliberal. applegrove Sep 2017 #5
You are most welcome. onecaliberal Sep 2017 #11
Gowdy is still the loser he's always been. oasis Sep 2017 #6
Gowdy is always creepy but some days it's like he is in a contest with himself. Solly Mack Sep 2017 #7
Again? Don't you mean ALWAYS! Get yer Gowdy Hairdos here! longship Sep 2017 #8
Lima bean head mofo. oasis Sep 2017 #9
Reminds me of this guy: icymist Sep 2017 #10
Can he be primaried? superpatriotman Sep 2017 #12


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3. I have trouble linking Twitter. The tweet is what is below. It was someone
Wed Sep 6, 2017, 01:04 AM
Sep 2017

else tweeting about GOWDY.


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4. Twitter thread re: Seth Abramson.
Wed Sep 6, 2017, 01:07 AM
Sep 2017

1/ In April, America learned that Trump secretly conspired with House Intel Committee Chair Devin Nunes to prematurely end the Russia probe.

2/ That sordid episode—and illegal behavior—is likely now part of Special Counsel Mueller's Obstruction investigation against the president.

3/ The aim of the Trump-Nunes conspiracy was to delegitimize the FBI probe by proving the evidence that birthed it was false and/or illegal.

4/ The result of the conspiracy—besides fodder for Mueller's Obstruction probe—was Nunes "recusing" himself from the Intel Committee's work.

5/ While Nunes never REALLY recused himself—he continued (crucially) overseeing the Committee's subpoenas—Trey Gowdy assumed a leading role.

6/ Gowdy now seeks—in EVERY sense like Nunes—to delegitimize the FBI probe by proving the evidence that birthed it was false and/or illegal.

9/ The Committee hasn't interviewed more than a handful of the KEY persons of interest in the Trump-Russia affair—MANY months into its work.

10/ What KEY persons of interest the Committee HAS interviewed, it's deliberately interviewed—by prior formal agreement—in closed sessions.

11/ The result is the public never hears the testimony AND—as we saw this week—the witnesses can block Mueller from seeing their testimony.
12/ Just today, CNN reported Manafort has used his agreement with the Committee to keep his testimony from the FBI.

18/ I said it's common for investigations to overlap—intel-sharing agreements EASILY ensure government bodies can access one another's work.

27/ Democrats charged Gowdy with acting as a "second attorney" for Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner during his recent closed-door testimony.

29/ On July 11th, Gowdy told Trump's White House in the *clearest possible terms* it needed to come clean on Russia.
30/ But within 30 days of that extraordinary admonishment of the White House over its response to the Russia probe, Gowdy did an about-face.
31/ So a KEY question right now is to discover what happened with, or to, Trey Gowdy between July 12th and sometime in early to mid-August.

32/ The most significant event in the House Intel investigation during that period—BY FAR—was its interrogation of Jared Kushner on July 25

33/ Trump—almost certainly illegally—called Sen. Chuck Grassley prior to one of his sons testifying before Congress.

34/ So it's not conspiracy theory—just sound investigation—to ask if Trump spoke to Gowdy before ANOTHER of his sons testified to Congress.

35/ Specifically, we'd want to know if there is ANY evidence Trump spoke to Gowdy about the Russia investigation between July 11th and 25th.

38/ On July 25 Gowdy said on FNC, "I think the president's frustration is *not* the recusal..." before changing his statement to "I hope..."

40/ Later in the interview, Gowdy stated—as fact, not supposition—that Trump had "no confidence" in Sessions, though Trump hadn't said that.


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8. Again? Don't you mean ALWAYS! Get yer Gowdy Hairdos here!
Wed Sep 6, 2017, 01:52 AM
Sep 2017

And that stupid fucking haircut! He looks like a fucking idiot. Sounds like one, too.


Who wants to look like this?

Or like this?

Or like this?

Or like this?

I could do more, but I don't want an alert for abuse of these forums.

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