Where is John Durham?
Where is his long awaited report?
Everyone is wondering the same thing and Trey Gowdy is amplifying those sentiments. Gowdy appeared on a podcast recently and shared the fact that no high level Trump allies know anything about the report.
This should be concerning to say the least, and now it leads me to ask, is there a Durham report at all?
I don’t know about you, but I don’t feel comfortable knowing that no one who should know anything about this report knows anything about this report.
Take a listen to the podcast below for everything Gowdy had to say:
Where is the Durham Report? Trey Gowdy claims that no high-up Trump allies know anything about the report, or where it could be, very interesting listen.
— The Quill Press (@Squidward3424) August 6, 2021
Where the hell is the Durham report… (just asking for a friend)
— Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) July 31, 2021
Trey Gowdy’s comments were dissected by Conservative Brief:
Former Republican lawmaker Trey Gowdy said “high-level members of the Trump administration” have no idea what is happening in special counsel John Durham’s investigation.
During a segment on his podcast, Gowdy said he met with some former officials and discussed Durham’s probe into the origins and conduct of the FBI’s Russia investigation.
Gowdy said Trump allies “don’t have a clue” about Durham’s progress or timetable, which many will find concerning.
Keep it coming….. AnY DaY nOW pic.twitter.com/Uog7Ky4Exi
— 2021 Karma (@2021_Karma) July 31, 2021
Where’s the Durham report??? pic.twitter.com/U4xTNSJABr
— Trumps Devoted Follower (@BsellersJohnson) July 30, 2021
Newsmax reported earlier that Durham’s report will likely be made public:
A newly released letter from Deputy Assistant Attorney General Joe Gaeta suggests that the report from special counsel John Durham will likely become public once Durham’s probe into the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation is complete.
Durham is investigating the DOJ’s error-riddled 2016 counterintelligence operation against Donald Trump’s campaign and associates and its origins. It is unknown when the investigation will end.
The letter from Gaeta was addressed to Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, the ranking member of the Judiciary Committee, and Senator Ron Johnson, R-Wis.