Gowdy told host Bill Hemmer that if American voters “vigorously disagree” with the decision not to prosecute Clinton or any members of her State Department staff, they can simply vote in a new Justice Department in November.
“Out of all of this, five immunity agreements and a really unusual investigation about national security matters with hundreds of classified emails, not one single person is going to face a legal consequence,” Gowdy explained.
“That means this case is dead in the water,” noted Hemmer
“It is dead in the water other than what I said in the past,” the South Carolina Republican continued. “There are multiple groups in our culture that provide oversight. There is the executive branch, there’s Congress, there’s you in the media, but on November 8th, the real jury gets to weigh in, and if they think this Department of Justice has been politicized, they are welcome to replace it with another Department of Justice.”