Trey Gowdy will eat your lunch

And you are better off to not complain about it. Evidently this professor tried to get cute with the man. Big mistake.

Rep. Gowdy questions University of Baltimore School of Law professor on need for AG Holder to appoint a special counsel for the IRS investigation.

Seriously. If I were on trial and Gowdy was the prosecuting attorney, I would just plead guilty. I would plead guilty to assassinating Lincoln.

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9 Responses to Trey Gowdy will eat your lunch

  1. Jim22 says:

    Gowdy is a good lawyer, a very good prosecutor, and is doing good work here. But… he is so effective he will be relentlessly attacked and possibly removed. High-level bureaucrats, university professors, and politicians are not used to relentless cross-examination. They are not just unused to it they have never seen it before he came along. “This is just not done in Congress.”

  2. Uke says:

    I had to do a double take to see that this jack off is a law prof. He really sounded like some bureaucrat that can’t be arsed to know the first thing about the law.

    Gowdy is a beast. Love it.

  3. Testa Sterone says:

    I love it! You just can’t beat Gowdy when he’s on a mission. Don’t let him get you in his crosshairs.

  4. jacksonsdad says:

    Trey Gowdy didn’t call the wrong number — YOU picked up the wrong friggin’ phone!

  5. RUDE JUDE says:

    I really like Gowdy. The old dude sounded to me like that fat & frumpy doofus on “Office Space” that kept getting his desk moved and stuff. That was pretty funny to me.

  6. John says:

    I plead guilty to that Skilcraft pen I stole back in the Army

    • reboot says:

      I remember when the Marines would arrest you for that, and if you put up a bitch, they’d beat your ass, then arrest you. They used to be at the gates on all the submarine bases.

      Trey Gowdy, just awesome. Imagine having a president with the balls like that man.

  7. Richard Barton says:

    Now we know why the U.S. State Dept. just spent $600,000 for a contractor to ‘coach’ employees on how to testify before Congress. These people cannot keep their stories/lies straight under intense questioning.

    • Jim22 says:

      Hello, Richard. Welcome to our little community. You seem to fit in.

      It is frustrating to watch our government bureaucrats warring with the people.

      We are not a major blog but we try to speak the truth here and we sometimes have discussions about what truth is. We welcome people with things they want to add. We do not welcome people who speak talking points and do not think.

      If you can stand others who ask you to explain what you mean you are at the right place.