Trey Gowdy: Gruber Is an ‘Insomniac with Tourette’s Syndrome’

‘We’re going to let him keep talking as long as he will talk’

Trey Gowdy: Gruber an ‘Insomniac with Tourette’s Syndrome’ (Washington Free Beacon)

Congressman Trey Gowdy (R., S.C.) said the series of embarrassing statements from Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber should continue to flow uninterrupted because they reveal the true deceptive nature of President Obama’s unpopular health care law.

“When you have an insomniac with Tourette’s syndrome, you don’t interrupt him,” Gowdy told Fox’s Greta Van Susteren on Wednesday. “So we’re going to let him keep talking, as long as he will talk.”

Gowdy said Gruber’s admission that “lack of transparency” helped push Obamacare through Congress should trigger a congressional investigation on the nearly $2 million Gruber received from U.S. taxpayers during the course of his employment as an advisor to the Obama administration.

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