Trey Gowdy Brings the Thunder at the IRS Hearings

Who doesn’t love watching Trey Gowdy (R-SC) get all fired up? I know I do.

Well, the fiery prosecutor from South Carolina was in full display a couple of days ago when he took on the head of the IRS, Commissioner John Koskinen.

In his questions and comments for the IRS head, Gowdy continually pushes the theory that some kind of criminal action seems to likely be taking place at the IRS. An assertion that IRS head Koskinen repeatedly denies. But Koskinen’s denials only aggravate Rep. Gowdy further – because Koskinen has no way of knowing whether a crime has taken place or not… he can only hope that it hasn’t!

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Gowdy seemed especially fired up when he delivered these lines…

When Koskinen said that nothing illegal had happened Gowdy shouted,“You don’t have any idea of criminal wrongdoing or not!”

When Koskinen implied that any conspiracy was simply a Republican fantasy, Gowdy fired back, “You’re repeating a talking point by our colleagues on the other side!”

Trey Gowdy was not pleased with John Koskinen.

The internet was also not pleased with Koskinen… but they sure did love Gowdy’s performance!

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 Hey internet, we love Gowdy too.

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