May
18
2015

Hillary Clinton straight-up lied to Trey Gowdy (@TGowdySC).

Lied, lied, lied.

Basically, she had her lawyer tell Trey Gowdy that a specific email wasn’t being used during Clinton’s term of office. This was directly contradicted by the New York Times today, albeit in passing. Either way: it’s time for Rep. Gowdy to start bringing in people to be subpoenaed, and putting them in jail for contempt if they try to stonewall.  This has gone on for quite long enough.

3 Comments

  • Catseyes says:

    Lying to your lawyer never works out well.

  • Brian Swisher says:

    Klintono delenda est.

  • Subotai Bahadur says:

    it’s time for Rep. Gowdy to start bringing in people to be subpoenaed, and putting them in jail for contempt if they try to stonewall.

    It is my understanding that both subpoenas and resolutions of contempt require a vote to authorize; by the Committee issuing them or the House as a whole. It is a given that all the Democrats on the committee, or in the House as a whole, will vote against either the subpoena or a resolution of contempt. What are the odds that the Republican leadership of the House would permit, support, or not actively work against such a vote? And in the absence of such permission, support, or at least neutrality on the vote is not the effort a matter of spinning wheels fruitlessly?

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