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Durham Producing Large Cache Of Classified Information This Week!


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John Durham’s investigation may reach a crescendo soon…

The latest reports claim that Durham intends on releasing a large quantity of classified information this week relating to Christopher Steele’s now infamous Steele Dossier.

This is huge news, and a necessary step in exposing the deep state collusion…

I wonder how the political elite and those within the administrative state will respond to these developments—especially Hillary Clinton.

Here are the latest developments in the ongoing Durham probe:

According to Washington Examiner:

Special counsel John Durham made the assertion in a filing Tuesday asking a judge for a deadline extension for the production of classified discovery in accordance with the Classified Information Procedures Act, a law that establishes procedures for protecting classified information in criminal cases.

Durham pinned the need for a delay on agency personnel being involved in matters related to Russia’s war in Ukraine.

 

Conservative Brief reports this segment from Fox News host Stuart Varney’s show. Varney claims that the Durham investigation has destroyed Hillary Clinton’s 2024 Presidential aspirations:

In 2016 Jake Sullivan said, ‘Computer scientists have uncovered a covert server linking the Trump organization to a Russian-based bank. This secret hotline may be the key to unlocking the mystery to Trump’s ties to Russia,’” Varney said.

“Sullivan is now the mouthpiece for President Biden in the Russia-Ukraine standoff. He is the National Security Advisor and he’s at the heart of this nonsense six years ago. Now in one respect, John Durham did the Democrats favor, Hillary will surely not be running in 2024,” he added.



 

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