Gowdy also praised Senator Lindsey Graham and his calls for the attorney general to appoint a new special counsel. Graham has also promised to look into the FBI's handling of the investigation.
"There have been some House Republicans that have been looking for the past 12 months at the FISA process, the organization of the FBI investigation in 2016. We were ridiculed by our Democratic colleagues, and quite frankly, most people in the media, for daring to ask how Jim Comey could've possibly cleared Hillary Clinton before she was interviewed. Democrats didn't want any part of that," Gowdy told "America's Newsroom" Monday.
He added that the media, following Graham's announcement, didn't ask a single question about the origins of the investigation.
"As an American, you should want a Department of Justice and an FBI that you can have confidence in, but if anyone listening to that press conference wants to know why so many of my fellow citizens have so little confidence in the media, after two years and finding no evidence of conspiracy or coordination, the first three questions were not about that - they weren't about the origin of the investigation, it was about obstruction of justice.
"Not one question...Nothing about the past two years, $25 million, 500 witness interviews, no media inquiries about that."