Brit Hume Hits Back At Trey Gowdy’s Bizarre Claim
Fox News anchor Brit Hume just responded to Trey Gowdy’s odd comment that the intel spying on Trump’s campaign was basically no big deal: “Informants are used all day, every day by law enforcement.”
Now that Gowdy’s not running again it makes perfect sense for him to display his true colors. Ask yourself who is he running interference for? Please comment below.
Obviously, but not normally to spy on US presidential campaigns. https://t.co/QC0VWTF8TI
— Brit Hume (@brithume) May 30, 2018
John McCormack tweeted out a quote from Gowdy:
Gowdy on CBS this morning: “Informants are used all day, every day by law enforcement.”
Hume knows this is total BS and tweeted back:
“Obviously, but not normally to spy on US presidential campaigns.”
Hume knows it’s not normal to insert a spy into a US presidential campaign. Rush Limbaugh went a step forward and said that if they had a spy in the Trump campaign they should have had one in the Clinton campaign.
GOWDY IS EXPOSING HIMSELF TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DEEP STATE…Who is he running interference for?
Gowdy gave an interview on Fox last night where he claimed that President Trump should sit down for an interview with Mueller…WTH! He followed up with an interview this morning (see video below) where he made comments that show he’s not on the up and up.
We’ve watched Trey Gowdy over the years and think he gives great lip service to the conservative base but then doesn’t follow through with action. It’s happened over and over with Benghazi and with Hillary Clinton’s email scandal.
He’s now claiming that it’s normal to have a spy in a presidential campaign. He knows better and is obviously covering for the Deep State.
Don’t trust this guy and others trying to change the narrative:
“Something is going on though. Two other ‘Fox News Talking Heads’ (Judge Napolitano and Shep Smith) just came this morning with the identically scripted headline/talking points, that “Trump’ Spygate story is baseless”. The wording is obviously set up by someone above them both. You know, the ‘informant’ is ‘normal’ and not a ‘spy’.
How many were spying on the Clinton or Sanders campaigns? @TGowdySC
— Roy Johnson (@lsuagain) May 30, 2018