According to Kush Patel, who previously served as the House Intelligence Committee chief Russiagate investigator, Special Counsel John Durham’s most recent filings are steadily revealing the biggest criminal and political scandal in American history.
Patel detailed how former President Donald J. Trump was the subject of repeated takedown efforts by literally everyone, from FBI agent Peter Strzok to former FBI Director James Comey.
“Everyone … [was] trying to take him down,” Patel recalls.
Now, courtesy of Durham’s investigation, alongside his “utilization of grand juries and federal prosecution powers,” the American public is finding out the extent of what happened.
Durham’s investigation may be taking ample time, but the lengthy investigation is well worth the effort, given that “this story is the biggest political scandal and criminal scandal in [American] history.”
Per court documents filed on February 11, Special Counsel Durhams’ investigation appears poised to prove that the Clinton campaign, alongside the mysterious “Tech Executive 1,” aimed to “infiltrate” the servers at various Trump complexes, including Trump Tower in New York. Additionally, the same actors attempted to infiltrate the White House servers after Trump was sworn into office.
The purpose of these infiltration was to acquire data in order to create a deceptive impression that Trump had questionable ties to Russia, which in turn would distract from Clinton’s increasingly disastrous e-mail controversy over the course of the 2016 presidential campaign.
The Clinton campaign attempted to generate a narrative that Trump had an alleged “secret hotline” to a Russian financial institution, as well as suggest that Trump was colluding with Russian President Vladimir Putin to win the 2016 presidential election.
However, Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller ultimately determined that the allegations against Trump were false, and he found “no evidence” regarding collusion or any other criminal acts ostensibly committed by Trump or Trump associates with regards to the 2016 presidential campaign.
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