As Special Counsel John Durham continues to make slow, but steady progress in his investigation into the origins of the Trump-Russia collusion hoax that Democrats and their mainstream media allies pushed on America, new revelations have some former members of Congress scratching their heads.
According to the Washington Examiner, former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) appeared with his former aide, Kash Patel, in a recent Fox News interview with host Maria Bartiromo, where the two revealed that they had subpoenaed for similar information that Durham has received, but never received it.
“These are documents that they clearly hid from Congress,” Nunes, appearing with Patel, told Bartiromo, referencing notes that the FBI had on Democratic cybersecurity lawyer Michael Sussmann, whose trial began Monday.
Citing what is now known because of Durham’s work, “If I was still there, we would have more criminal referrals to Durham based on lying and misleading Congress,” Nunes said.
He should know, given that while he was in office, the Examiner noted that Nunes and his team “spearheaded 14 criminal referrals” to former President Donald Trump’s Justice Department, related to the Russian collusion investigation.
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Sussmann, who faces trial this week for allegedly lying to the FBI about whom he was representing when he turned over information to the agency that he claimed, at the time, established a link between a computer server at the Trump Organization and a bank in Russia — a claim that was later fully debunked.
Patel, in the Fox News interview, said the newly uncovered notes Durham obtained “put the Clinton campaign and the FBI cabal together.”
It’ll be extremely interesting to see where Durham’s progression takes him and who gets caught in the snares along the way. Some believe his efforts could result in the catching of several big fish on the Democratic side.