"Number one, if you think that there is evidence that is relevant to an investigation on a piece of physical property, you use a subpoena, a grand jury subpoena," said Gowdy. "You don't strike an immunity agreement with the computer, you go get the computer. Her lawyer, Beth Wilkinson, who represents Heather Samuelsson and Cheryl Mills, she's on record of saying, 'The Department of Justice assured me my clients did nothing wrong.'
"Well, people who have done nothing wrong typically don't ask for immunity so my question would be immunity from what? What was it you were worried about?"
Gowdy said he thinks that's because Clinton "had classified information on those computers, so you offer immunity to Cheryl Mills, who has classified information on her computer. How can you possibly then prosecute Hillary Clinton for having classified information on her computer? You couldn't do it."
The congressman said he doesn't want to "malign the FBI," but at the same time, he has "been underwhelmed by an agency that I once had tremendous respect for. The Department of Justice gives out any immunity. The FBI doesn't immunize anyone."
Also, he pointed out that the DOJ is headed by Attorney General Loretta Lynch, who met on her private plane with former President Bill Clinton