Former state and federal prosecutor and previous member of Congress Trey Gowdy is known as the prosecutor that never lost a case.

On Friday night, May 8, Gowdy spoke with Sean Hannity on Fox News, slamming Adam Schiff for the damage he inflicted on President Trump and the Intelligence Committee.

Schiff’s lies about Russian collusion spread out over three years, and he said voters need to speak by voting him out in the next election.

The media aided Schiff by spreading the lies over the past three years, and Gowdy wants to name names.

“The media, not only did they not provide scrutiny over Adam Schiff, they aided and abetted him,” Gowdy said. “Politico, the Hill, Washington Post, New York Times, I’ll come on and even give you the reporters’ names sometimes. The reporters who sat there and helped Adam Schiff perpetrate this fraud, next time I’m with you I’ll give you the names of the reporters.”

Gowdy spoke to Hannity about his previous questioning of Obama administration officials when he asked them to provide any evidence they had to prove Russia had worked to get President Trump elected in 2016. “I asked every one of them. Even if it’s hearsay, even if it’s something you heard that you didn’t believe. Even if it’s inadmissible in court, tell me everything you’ve ever heard about Trump, his campaign, or even the groupies and the hangers-on in his campaign, and there was nothing, so my expectations of Adam Schiff are very low,” said Gowdy. He continued, “He still doesn’t meet them, but they’re very low. My expectation of the D.C. media was a little higher, and they aided and abetted him for the entire year we conducted this investigation,” reported the Washington Examiner.

Then on Sunday, speaking with host Maria Bartiromo on Fox News “Sunday Morning Futures,” Gowdy named some reporters he said used leaks from Democrat Schiff to “perpetrate this fraud” regarding the president’s campaign ties with Russia.

“Let’s just start with Politico,” Gowdy said after commenting the list would be too long to read in full, before adding, “Kyle Cheney is just an acolyte for Adam Schiff.”
“Manu Raju from CNN,” he continued. “Nothing Schiff wanted out, made public—no leak was too low for Manu Raju and CNN. Fill in the blank at The New York Times.”

Schiff was blasted by Republicans for his claims that had no basis, this was proven when transcripts from the Russian investigation revealed top officials in the Obama administration denied they had seen any evidence of collusion.

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s report had concluded there was no criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign team and Russia.

There are many who need to be held accountable to the American public.