GOWDY: "About two weeks ago FBI Agent Peter Strzok was interviewed for more than 10 hours. We learned that agent Strzok has a most unusual and largely self-serving definition of bias. Agent Strzok despite the plain language of his texts and emails and despite the inspector general’s report, and despite common sense doesn’t think he was biased. He thinks calling someone destabilizing for the country isn’t bias. He thinks promising to protect the country from someone he hasn’t even begun to investigate isn’t bias. He thinks promising to stop someone he is supposed to be fairly investigating from ever becoming president isn’t bias. He thinks talking about an insurance policy to keep someone from becoming president isn’t bias. That's for one of the folks he was investigating. He has a different set of rules for others that he is investigating. Agent Strzok thinks saying someone he is allegedly investigating should be elected president 100 million to 0, before he ever interviews her. He doesn’t think that’s bias. Agent Strzok thinks pronouncing someone innocent before bothering to interview more than 30 different witnesses isn’t bias. He thinks claiming you can smell the Trump supporters isn’t bias but he doesn’t say a single solitary word about being able to smell the support of any other candidate. To him that isn’t bias."