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Did Durham avoid additional charges, knowing that the DOJ and FBI, being as corrupt as they are, would fail to prosecute? Did he realize that the actions of so many involved, including Hillary Clinton, her staff, and the senior leaders of the DOJ, FBI, and IC, the actions these people took subverted not only a national election, but represented no less than a coup against a sitting president? Did he realize that the only real recourse now is for Congress to prosecute these individuals and hold them accountable for treason?
Today’s discussion covers the following three areas:
1 – The truly subversive actions by the DOJ, FBI, and IC leaders, along with Hillary Clinton and others, in my opinion, constitutes enough evidence to try these individuals for treason.
2 – The purposeful politicization and weaponization of the DOJ, FBI, and Intelligence Community not only against a sitting president, but against America writ large.
3 – The disparate treatment, or two-tiered justice system, that allowed Hillary Clinton, her staff, and senior leaders of the DOJ, FBI, DOS, CIA, and ODNI to avoid (with one or two exceptions) any arrest. None were sent to prison. And whether or not these cases should be reopened.
As noted in the Durham report …In March 2019, Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller, III concluded his investigation into the Russian government’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election, “including any links or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the Trump Campaign.” … Following Special Counsel Mueller’s report, on May 13, 2019, Attorney General Barr “directed United States Attorney John Durham to conduct a preliminary review into certain matters related to the 2016 presidential election campaigns,” and that review “subsequently developed into a criminal investigation.” On February 6, 2020, the Attorney General appointed Mr. Durham “as Special Attorney to the Attorney General pursuant to 28 USC § 515.”
In this investigation, neither US law enforcement nor the Intelligence Community had any real evidence of collusion despite the often-heard statement of many of the IC leaders, including those from the DOJ and FBI.
The Durham Report Conclusion:
Based on the review of the Crossfire Hurricane and related intelligence activities, we conclude that the Department and the FBI failed to uphold their important mission of strict fidelity to the law in connection with certain events and activities described in this report. As noted, former FBI attorney Kevin Clinesmith committed a criminal offense by fabricating language in an email that was material to the FBI obtaining a FISA surveillance order. In other instances, FBI personnel working on that same FISA application displayed, at best, a cavalier attitude towards accuracy and completeness.
FBI personnel also repeatedly disregarded important requirements when they continued to seek renewals of that FISA surveillance while acknowledging – both then and in hindsight – that they did not genuinely believe there was probable cause to believe that the target was knowingly engaged in clandestine intelligence activities on behalf of a foreign power, or knowingly helping another person in such activities. And certain personnel disregarded significant exculpatory information that should have prompted investigative restraint and re-examination.
The National Security Hour with Edward Haugland discusses the Durham Report and the potential repercussions to our national security.
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