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Read Jonathan Turley’s excellent account here of how special Counsel John Durham has triggered a media meltdown.
“The latest pleading from Special Counsel Durham proves indisputable evidence that my campaign and presidency were spied on by operatives paid by the Hillary Clinton campaign in an effort to develop a completely fabricated connection to Russia.”
“This is a scandal far greater in scope and magnitude than Watergate and those who were involved in and knew about this spying operation should be subject to criminal prosecution. In a stronger period of time in our country, this crime would have been punishable by death. In addition, reparations should be paid to those in our country who have been damaged by this.”
And former President Trump is right. After 7 years — the spying was launched in 2015 — and three years of Durham’s investigation, the public is finally getting hints of what has been obvious to some for a long time about the fake Russiagate scandal that followed Trump throughout his tenure in the White House.
Lesley Stahl has egg on her face
Lesley Stahl, a correspondent for CBS’ “60 Minutes,” is receiving backlash over an unearthed interview with Donald Trump in which she dismissed claims that the former president was spied on during his 2016 campaign.
In the October 2020 interview, Trump declared that “the biggest scandal was when they spied on my campaign.”
“There is no real evidence of that,” Stahl responded.
“Of course there is. It’s all over the place,” Trump said as Stahl quickly shot back with a defiant “No.”
Fillings from John Durham
Special Counsel John Durham alleged the 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign was working to establish a “narrative” linking the Trump campaign to a Russian bank, in an alleged gambit one expert said was an effort to “infiltrate” Trump servers to that end.
Clinton’s campaign paid a technology company to “infiltrate” servers belonging to Trump Tower and the Trump White House to create an “inference” of Russia collusion in 2016-17, hoping to get federal agencies to investigate.
The allegations, first reported on by Fox News on Saturday, February, 12, 2022, are another layer to the densely, multifaceted Durham investigation into the origins of the Trump-Russia conspiracy theory, one that has continued long after Trump left office and that continues to produce fresh controversies on a regular basis.
It’s one of the most startling revelations thus far, and it proves that Trump wasn’t lying back in 2017 when he said that the Democrats were spying on him. They were doing that, and worse.
Hillary’s reaction to Durham’s filling
From The Daily Mail: “Hillary Clinton refused to answer questions about allegations that her allies spied on the Trump campaign as the controversy continued to engulf her Tuesday, February15, 2022.
Exclusive pictures and video obtained by DailyMail.com show a stoney faced Clinton silently waving away repeated questions of whether she spied on Donald Trump
She refused to say when or if she planned to comment. Clinton was arriving at her daughter Chelsea’s Manhattan apartment mid-morning.
Wearing a blue coat and black pants, she looked strained behind her black face mask as she stoically ran the gauntlet of questions.”
Democrats joining the Hillary investigation chorus
Even Democrats are joining in calls for Hillary to be investigated following the Russian Collusion Hoax bombshell.
The Daily Mail cites two recent polls that show that a growing number of Democrats here in America want Clinton questioned by Durham about her potential involvement in the Russian Collusion Hoax.
The poll comes from the TechnoMetrica Institute of Policy and Politics (TIPP) and shows that 66% of Democrats want Clinton to be questioned.
This particular poll did in fact take place in January of 2021, which is before Durham’s latest revelation, but it is still has standing.
The inference is: If that percentage of Democrats want Clinton investigated before Durham’s latest revelation is this high, then a larger percentage would want her questioned after it.
Was Russiagate worse than Watergate?
In Watergate a sitting president was forced to resign. In Russagate, not only was former President Trump targeted to be brought down from the very first day of his presidency, but our Constitutional Republic and national security were likewise threatened and are still under assault.
The Obama network took pre-assembled intelligence weapons we should never have allowed to be created and turned those weapons into tools for his radical and fundamental change. The target was the essential fabric of our nation. Ultimately, this corrupt political process gave power to create the Fourth Branch of Government, the Intelligence Branch. From that perspective the fundamental change was successful.
Every person in the DC system, regardless of where located in their containment silos, knew what had taken place. They all knew. No one in DC did not know. This is the very reason why both parties desperately needed to get Andrew Weissmann and Robert Mueller installed.
“The 2017 special counsel, under the guise of a Trump-Russia investigation, WAS THE COVER UP plan. The intent of the special counsel was to protect all the inside and outside agents across all branches who has been working together against Trump throughout his candidacy and into his presidency. Not a single elected DC politician did not know this was the intent.”
Whereby in Watergate people went to jail, the same seems unlikely in Russiagate.
The Deep State is a factor in both parties, protecting its own as a uniparty, except in the case of conservatives Republicans. Conservatives are considered enemies and even terrorists by Democrats and establishment Republicans.