That said Trey Gowda in this video may be the most significant and important for the entire election campaign. And before each voter will make your choice even if he listens to the speech and with full seriousness aware of what was said.
“Immunity agreements given to five people in connection with Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server are troubling, and are resulting in nobody being prosecuted for destroying federal evidence, South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy said Thursday. “First they said they gave immunity for the production of the laptops,” Gowdy, a member of the House Judiciary Committee, told Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom” program. “Laptops don’t go to prison, people do.” Former Clinton Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills had classified information on her computer, he continued, but “no one who testified about classified information was prosecuted. No one who destroyed federal records was prosecuted.” And with so many immunity agreements and an “unusual investigation” that was conducted, “not one single person is going to face a legal consequence,” said Gowdy. That means, he continued, that the case is “dead in the water, other than what I have said in the past.” “THERE ARE MULTIPLE GROUPS WHO PROVIDE OVERSIGHT,” SAID GOWDY. “ON NOVEMBER 8, THE REAL JURY GETS TO WEIGH IN. IF THEY THINK THIS DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE HAS BEEN POLITICIZED, THEY ARE WELCOME TO REPLACE IT WITH ANOTHER DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.”