Trey Gowdy Yells At Rosenstein Over Mueller Probe: ‘Finish It The Hell Up!’ (VIDEO)

At the House Judiciary Committee hearing on Thursday, Rosenstein and FBI Director Chris Wray publicly testified to House Republicans over the FBI and DOJ’s mishandling of Hillary’s email investigation and Spygate. And, during the tense hearing, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) torched Rosenstein and told him to show evidence of Trump-Russia collusion or shut the investigation down because it is ripping the nation apart.

Gowdy said Russia is not being hurt by the investigation, rather the US is being torn apart. Gowdy accused Rosenstein, Mueller’s boss, of denying the American people “justice” by allowing the Russia investigation to continue.

“Russia isn’t being hurt by this investigation right now ― we are,” a visibly upset Gowdy said. “We are being divided.”

“If you have any evidence against the Trump campaign, present it to the damn grand jury,” Gowdy continued. “If you have evidence that this president acted inappropriately, present it to the American people. … Whatever you’ve got, finish it the hell up, because this country is being torn apart.”

Push it, Gowdy. At this point, I think Rosenstein is trying to protect himself. I think he’s done some criminal things and he’s frantically trying to keep it quiet to keep his rear out of a federal prison. It’s been more than a year. Rosenstein must provide proof now or quit spending the taxpayer’s money on a bunch of overpriced attorneys, strictly on a witch hunt. Time to put up or shut up on all this.


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Natalie D.

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