It's almost cartoonish the way Robert Goodlatte and Trey Gowdy, keep trying to prove bias against Obama's justice department during the 2016 election.
Goodlatte and Gowdy remind me of a couple of coyote cartoon characters always chasing the roadrunner...and never catching him.
With weeks left before these two Trump puppets have to haul their asses out of the House, they're taking one last don Quixote-like attempt at trying to prove the unprovable.
Current palace intrigue insiders say Goodlatte's going to subpoena Comey on Nov. 29 for a closed-door session, and Lynch on December 5th.
I wouldn't bet on this happening. In the first place, it's not even clear if either would appear, or if they will even have time before January 1st.
For the record, both of these Trump ass-lickers are retiring, which makes it highly unlikely they can do anything. They may try, but it's unlikely they'll get their last hurrah.
New York Rep. Jerrold Nadler, the top Democrat on the committee and its likely incoming chairman told the press;
"These subpoenas are coming out of the blue, with very little time left on the calendar, and after the American people have resoundingly rejected the GOP's approach to oversight — if, indeed, 'oversight' is the word we should use for running interference for President Trump."
Time for me to walk on down the road...