Is it really all over, or did the investigation uncover exactly what it had to?
The New York Times recently wrote a piece claiming that the Durham investigation is “winding down” and that it is highly unlikely that it will bear any fruit, but keep in mind, that this outlet is also a mouthpiece for the regime.
Sources cite the expiration of the grand jury and the fact that the makeup of the team is changing—one of the lead prosecutors is making a career in the private sector.
Danchenko was a paid informant of the F.B.I. for a year and a half…
Could the corruption be any more apparent, especially in light of the coinciding Mar-A-Lago raid and the witch hunt against all Trump allies during an election year?
Everyone except for Biden’s 5 supporters now sees that this is a banana regime that is using the power of the F.B.I. and the D.O.J. to arrest, indict, and persecute political opponents.
From where I am standing, Democrats are going to be obliterated come November, and then the real fun will start. A wise person once said: “never use a political weapon you wouldn’t want your enemies to use”.
Here’s what people are saying:
Durham’s investigation is winding down.
The grand jury has already expired.
Lead prosecutor left for private practice.
Any indictments are highly unlikely.
A report will be issued by end of the year and AG Garland will decide if it will be public.
Any comment @seanhannity?
— Alex Salvi (@alexsalvinews) September 14, 2022
The FBI paid a Russian businessman as a confidential human source in the investigation of Donald Trump's 2016 campaign even though it had prior concerns that businessman was tied to Moscow's intelligence serviceshttps://t.co/Jop4tWBdcJ
— Curtis Hebert (@CurtisHebert) September 14, 2022
The New York Times writes:
Now Durham appears to be winding down his three-year inquiry without anything close to the results Trump was seeking.
The grand jury that Durham has recently used to hear evidence has expired, and while he could convene another, there are currently no plans to do so, three people familiar with the matter said.
The disclosure rocked Washington and raised additional questions of the FBI’s eagerness to pursue any allegations against Donald Trump despite being warned that the dossier appeared to be a vehicle for Russian disinformation…https://t.co/Q5YEeOZ3ye
— Jonathan Turley (@JonathanTurley) September 14, 2022
The media has been throwing dirt onto the John Durham investigation and downplaying it an awful lot 🤔
They aren't privy to enough information to have the headlines that they do.
Not a leaky investigation like they are used to with their friends at the FBI
Meanwhile… 💥💥 pic.twitter.com/r8rBr9ocwz
— Autter Gomez (@AutterGomez) September 14, 2022
Trending Politics notes:
The New York Times accrued accolades for its Trump-Russia collusion reportage, including Pulitzer Prizes. But it was hardly alone in perpetrating this hoax on the American people.
There are literally dozens of provable ‘fake news’ stories on Russiagate that were put out by the mainstream press.
John Nolte has compiled an excellent list at Breitbart of 51 such entries, along with links to sources that expose the ‘fake news’ stories for what they are.