Congressman Trey Gowdy has enough faith in his home state South Carolina. He is confident that the residents will get things done the right way on November 8 to prevent potential voter fraud.
VIA American News
“I didn’t share them when the Democrats were complaining about election results and I don’t share them when the Republicans are either,” Gowdy commented. “I have confidence in the integrity of South Carolina officials that are in charge of voting.”
“I’ve just always kind of felt like if you do your job then people will decide whether or not they want to hire you for another two-year contract,” he continued. “The day is spent doing the things you’re supposed to do as a member of Congress as opposed to trying to get another gig.”
“You have to know what you’re good at and what you’re not good at,” Gowdy asserted. “I enjoy the committee work. I enjoy coming home on weekends and seeing my family. I like being in the Upstate, I see what Paul [Ryan, Speaker of the House] has to do.”
“I talked to Kevin [McCarthy, House Majority Leader] last night and he didn’t even know where he was. Paul has been all across the country and that is what leadership is expected to do. It’s not that I’m unwilling to help my peers, it’s that my first job is to be a good husband and good father… Leadership is not for everybody, and some of us are smart enough to know it’s not for us,” he concluded.
One way or another, Trey will bring her down.
H/T: American News