There’s a reason why most critical thinking Americans who’ve actually sat in front of their TV’s and endured an endless stream of self-serving politicians grandstanding for their supporters back home suddenly stop in their tracks to listen to perhaps one of the most accomplished prosecutors turned politicians to ever grace the halls of Congress; Republican Congressman Trey Gowdy aggressively questioning Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Wednesday.

The anticipated encounter had all the drama of a high-stakes poker game, who would fold, and who would hold a winning hand.

Gowdy’s ability to masterfully unravel the most complex and convoluted political plots, and cut directly through the clutter is a joy to watch, and no doubt extremely disconcerting to the individual being interrogated.

This brief video clip captures Gowdy skillfully dissecting Rosenstein and noting that the entire purpose of appointing a special counsel is to get rid of conflicts of interest.

WATCH:

“The reason we have special counsel is because of a conflict of interest,” he said. “We don’t like conflicts of interest because it undermines people’s confidence in both the process and the result.”

Gowdy, of course, was referencing the bombshell revelation that members of Mueller’s team were overtly hostile to President Trump, so much so that Mueller had no choice but to fire a rogue FBI agent, and then attempted to keep it secret.

The South Carolina legislator continued aggressively quizzing Rosenstein who seemed bemused by the line of questioning; “And then, lo and behold, those that are supposed to make sure there are no conflicts of interest seem to have a bit of their own,” Gowdy declared.

Gowdy carefully and methodically walked through the various conflicts in the special counsel’s investigation, beginning with a prosecutor who sent a “fawning email” to a fact witness, then a top investigator who sent pro-Hillary and anti-Trump text messages.

Gowdy paused a moment allowing his words to sink in then he continued referencing a prosecutor who attended Hillary Clinton’s election night party, and FBI officials with connections to Fusion GPS, the firm behind the infamous Trump dossier.

Do you think another independent investigation is needed to investigate both the Mueller team, and the Clinton’s?

 
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