Kash Patel tells us that Durham’s pleading indicates something interesting…
Apparently, Durham has far more material to work with than the defense initially realized…
This should terrify Hillary Clinton, and all those who worked with her on her 2016 campaign, but will we actually see Durham close in on her?
One can only hope that we see justice for a conspiracy that would blow Watergate out of the water…
Patel recently stated via an interview:
The Clinton Campaign posted this video on October 15, 2016. pic.twitter.com/KwRX0wgauO
— Adam Parkhomenko (@AdamParkhomenko) July 20, 2018
National Review comments that the Durham investigation is ‘finally getting interesting’:
Durham and his staff are preparing to try heavyweight Democratic lawyer Michael Sussmann in about three weeks.
Plainly, their focus is broader than just the one alleged false statement to the FBI on which Sussmann has been indicted. Durham’s charging documents and court submissions strongly intimate that the Hillary campaign is the fons et origo of the Trump/Russia “collusion” farce that dizzied the country and hamstrung a presidency for two years.
For those following the Durham investigation it’s insane for Hillary Clinton to be warning about the dangers of disinformation at precisely the moment when her central role in manufacturing the Trump-Russia collusion claims has come to light: pic.twitter.com/qXmqw9RrLK
— Max Abrahms (@MaxAbrahms) April 22, 2022
This report from Just The News alleges that Senator Ron Johnson was previously denied access to Durham’s investigation:
“We were denied access to the information during the John Durham probe, so there is a real problem with the special counsel,” Johnson said Wednesday.
Then-Attorney General Bill Barr appointed Durham to investigate the origins of the FBI’s investigation of the Trump campaign and the legality behind it’s actions in so doing.