By Jim Campbell,
March 4th, 2018
This is sad for those of us who believed his future in government had no limits.
In a very telling interview below he explains his reasoned thinking on how he came to make his decision.
Trey Gowdy had a quick wit and a great sense of humor.
Those of us who are Trey Gowdy fans now understand his decision.
We wish Mr. Gowdy and his family well,
AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
We have also lost the one person in the House of Representatives whose ethics were beyond reproach and continually made arguments that our Founding Fathers would have approved.
It must have been extraordinarily frustrating to put together such cogent arguments and have the losers on the left continue to take the Fifth refusing to answer his questions.
While at the same time when he won in his arguments to have nothing done about them with no one ultimately brought to justice.
Please enjoy some of his greatest moments below.
I have to leave you will some amazing memories.
You don’t suppose that sinister forces like the Clinton’s and Obama’s “O.F.A.” AKA “Training future Marxist Community Organizers ,have threatened the congressman or his family do you?
Representative Trey Gowdy, a rising star among conservative Republicans, said Wednesday he will retire from politics and return to being a lawyer.
The Washington Times
March 4th, 2018
According to the Congressman, “I will not be filing for re-election to Congress nor seeking any other political or elected office; instead I will be returning to the justice system,” he said.
“Whatever skills I may have are better used in a courtroom than in Congress, and I enjoy our justice system more than our political system.
As I look back on my career, it is the jobs that both seek and reward fairness that are most rewarding.”
His decision was a surprise, given that he only recently ascended to the chairmanship of the House’s chief investigative committee, giving him a wide-ranging platform to expose government wrongdoing.
The South Carolina Republican also led the investigation into the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack and the response by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
That inquiry and his fierce style of questioning at congressional hearings, honed by years as a prosecutor, made Mr. Gowdy a star among conservative grassroots activists.
When push came to shove and a judgeship was in his reach, he looked deep into the matter and felt the majority of the cases he would deal with, specifically anti-trust cases interested him not.