SC GOP Rep. Gowdy: Pelosi voter suppression comment “Mind-Numbingly Stupid”

South Carolina Republican Trey Gowdy wonders if Nancy Pelosi is going a bit insane as she says the Vote of Contempt against Eric Holder is nothing more than a voter suppression tactic.  “Mind-numbing” is probably nicest thing one could say about Pelosi playing the Race Card.

“You know my friend Allen West said the race card was the last card in the deck. I think former Speaker Pelosi has opened up a new deck and has found the 2 of clubs. I could not believe it when I heard her saying that. Is that all you have to come back with?” Rep. Gowdy said on FOX News tonight

“Is that the best you can come up with, is that we got together in this grand scheme to suppress votes and I’m sure she didn’t say southern states but that’s what she meant,” Gowdy said.

“It’s really beneath the office of a member of Congress to say something that outrageous and the fact that she was once the Speaker is mind numbing. I honestly, and I have her a lot in my 16 years as a prosecutor, I couldn’t believe the words coming out of her mouth. But keep in mind, Greta, this is the same woman who said she could have arrested Karl Rove any day she wanted. So I don’t know what was wrong with her yesterday or today or whenever she said that, but I would schedule an appointment with my doctor if she thinks that we are doing this to suppress votes this fall. That is mind-numbingly stupid,” he said.

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