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The Durham Report: Senate Republicans DEMAND Complete Public Transparency


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Will we soon see arrests?

Many people are honestly hoping to just see John Durham and verify that he exists before they ever even start worrying about seeing a report….

The long wait may soon be over though, as evidence is reportedly being shown to a grand jury, and sources claim that a final report is not too far off.

We have gotten some reassuring messages in the past about the final report being made public, but never any hard confirmations…..

That’s why 44 Senate Republicans are demanding that a final copy of the report be made public:

The story was covered by Fox News:

More than 40 GOP senators signed on to a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland demanding that Special Counsel John Durham’s investigation be allowed to continue and the report be made public.

The letter comes amid questions about whether Durham will have funding to continue his investigation past the end of the government’s fiscal year on Sept. 30.

“The Special Counsel’s ongoing work is important to many Americans who were disturbed that government agents subverted lawful process to conduct inappropriate surveillance for political purposes,” the letter reads.

More was revealed via The Epoch Times:

Durham’s investigation is still active and is presenting evidence to a grand jury. The WSJ report cited anonymous sources.

If Durham presents evidence before a grand jury, it suggests that he’s considering more criminal charges beyond the case against former FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith, who pleaded guilty to altering an email about former Trump campaign aide Carter Page. During the 2016 campaign, Page was placed under FBI surveillance in an operation that was later flagged in a December 2019 report (pdf) conducted by the Department of Justice’s inspector general, who found errors and omissions in how the agency operated.

The Department of Justice didn’t respond to a request for comment by press time.



 

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