Trey Gowdy does it again!

Trey Gowdy does it again!
The House committee set up to conduct a thorough investigation of the terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya started its proceedings today, and committee head Trey Gowdy delivered a fantastic opening monologue.

The committee has no limits on what it’s allowed to investigate and no time limits on how long it should take. With Congressman Trey Gowdy leading the way, it could likely spell trouble for Hillary Clinton and President Obama as Gowdy does whatever it takes to get to the bottom of what happened.

Gowdy’s opening statements were quite different from what we’re used to, with him generally being fired up and making a fool out of whoever he’s speaking with. However, the points he made should resonate with almost every American who wants to find out the truth about the deadly attacks and see justice for the four men whose deaths seem to have been due to negligence from the Obama administration.

It will be interesting to see how this plays out, especially considering the recent bombshell allegations that then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ordered officials within the State Department to destroy any information that could paint her in a negative light.

Check out Gowdy’s powerful monologue below, then let us know what you think:

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