KELLY: ...Let's talk about Hillary Clinton. She comes out tonight and suggests that people like you, I assume, are not choosing to be satisfied, that that's your choice, and the rest of us have to live with that. Your thoughts on that?
There are three separate categories of questions, each with subunits within them that have not been answered. I realize it's been 20 months, but time is no barometer of thoroughness. My daughter took Latin for three years; she still can't speak it.
So, time doesn't mean something is thorough. When we get through with this select committee, those questions will be answered for the family members and Ms. Clinton will have another chance to come and talk to us.
KELLY: I know that you have said you intend to subpoena her, that you want her to appear before your committee. However, and I say this respectfully, the last time she appeared before Congress, what we had was a series of speeches from the lawmakers without that many probing questions. And I hear that from my viewers often when we look back on the hearings. What would be different this time?
GOWDY: Well, what will be different is I'm not necessarily committing to a hearing. I'm committing to the getting the answers. And it may be in the form of a deposition, which, as you know, Megyn, as a very good attorney, which you once were, that is the route that is most conducive with eliciting the truth. It's not five minutes of pounding your chest in a committee room. It's a deposition.
KELLY: Can she get out of that?
GOWDY: Well, if she can get out of a subpoena, she can get out of it. But I don't send invitations to cocktail parties. We're going to send subpoenas that and we're going to expect her to comply. And if you don't comply, she'll suffer the same panoply consequences that any of your viewers who don't comply with a subpoena would suffer.
Excellent. This comports with John Bolton's assessment, which sums up like this: "We need former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton giving hours and hours of depositions before they put her back out in public testimony. That’s the way to find out what happened."
Hat tip: BadBlue News