Durham ‘will deliver’ in ‘unraveling biggest criminal conspiracy in US history.’ Fmr. DoD chief has scoop.



As the bombshell Durham report that Donald Trump’s internet activities were monitored both as a candidate and a sitting president continues to resonate in the political world, even though much of the complicit media is doing its best to ignore what may prove to be the greatest national security scandal in modern history, there are signs that it may actually lead to some level of accountability — a rare occurrence in Washington, D.C.

Trump responded to the report from Special Counsel John Durham that a lawyer tied to the Hillary Clinton campaign hired someone to monitor the internet traffic of the White House and Trump Tower servers to call it “a far bigger crime than Watergate,” and Kash Patel, the former chief of staff to the Acting United States Secretary of Defense, was in agreement, appearing on Newsmax TV Monday night to call it the “biggest political scandal and criminal scandal in U.S. history.”

“A private entity, on behalf of a political opponent, Hillary Clinton, paid for access to the entire White House compound to infiltrate the servers of not just the office of the president, the national security council, a national economic council, the trade council and the office of the vice president of the United States,” Patel said.

Patel also believes that Durham is going “to deliver,” dropping another bombshell of sorts in saying that a Durham grand jury has interviewed two dozen people already, “to include CIA case officers, FBI agents and directors, leadership in the Clinton campaign cycle.”

Citing a source familiar with the Durham probe, Fox News reported Monday that the investigation has “accelerated,” and that more people are “cooperating” and coming before the federal grand jury than has previously been reported.

Durham is running a “very professional” investigation with few leaks, the source said, a striking difference to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of the Russian collusion hoax.

“Durham does this right and keeps it a secret,” the individual said, adding that there has been “much more activity” in Durham’s investigation “than has been visible to the public.”

Newsmax host Greg Kelly noted that the mainstream media is pretty much ignoring the story, but Patel replied that the story will be “forced” on them due to its magnitude.

“As bad as Russia-Gate was with the Steele dossier, this makes Watergate look like a parking citation,” Patel said. “They spied and they used money from the opposition research to spy on a sitting president at his White House… What’s going to happen is these mainstream media are going to ignore this story for a few more days and then they’re going to start personally attacking us.”

He added that the media will eventually be “forced to correct their stories in hiding on a late on a Friday night when no one’s looking and say: ‘Oh, we might have gotten that Spy-Gate thing wrong.'”

A senior congressional aide to former U.S. Rep. Devin Nunes, when he chaired the House Intelligence Committee, Patel explained that Durham was utilizing grand juries and federal prosecution powers.

“We finally have a prosecutor that’s willing to take it to the mats and to uncover the fact that this story is the biggest political scandal and criminal scandal in U.S. history,” he said. “This helps the mainstream media sweep it under the rug, but John Durham has interviewed 24 people in the grand jury, to include CIA case officers, FBI agents and directors, leadership in the Clinton campaign cycle, and they’ve indicted her lawyer. So this is just starting. It’s how you build a criminal conspiracy case. ”

(Former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann has been charged with making a false statement to a federal agent.)

Stating that the media will not be able to “ignore indictments once they start coming in,” Patel named Michael Sussman and Marc Elias, who were the lead attorneys for the Clinton campaign.

“They were paid millions and millions of dollars to perpetuate the Steele dossier fraud, and now we know they were paid millions of dollars to go out and buy false information from a tech executive,” he said. “And then, here’s the worst part, they secured a “sensitive arrangement” with someone in government to gain access to the White House servers. That means someone in government gave them permission and paid the contracting tech executive company’s firm to allow that work to happen.”

“That could only have been done with the utilization of the intelligence community willingly,” Patel continued. “And that to me is the biggest criminal scandal that we have yet to talk about.”

Insisting that Durham will deliver, Patel concluded, “This guy is unraveling the biggest criminal conspiracy against a sitting president in the United States history. It’s going to happen, just give the guy a few more months.”

As for Sussmann, Fox News reported that the indictment against him says “he told then-FBI General Counsel James Baker in September 2016 that he was not doing work ‘for any client’ when he requested and held a meeting in which he presented ‘purported data and “white papers” that allegedly demonstrated a covert communications channel’ between the Trump Organization and Alfa Bank, which has ties to the Kremlin.”

Editor’s Note: This article has been updated to remove the use of the word “hack” as it was determined to be an inaccurate characterization of events. While the information was inappropriately gathered and shared, nothing was technically “hacked.”


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