• May 22, 2022

They All Just Told Merrick Garland He Had Better Watch It!

It seems Democrats are in panic mode after stunning new documents filed in court by special counsel John Durham. Now, they are all trying hard to block Durham’s investigation.

For those of you who are not familiar with Durham, he was tasked with finding the origins of the long-debunked Democrat conspiracy theory that falsely alleged President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign was compromised with “Russia collusion.”

Dems attempted to block the ongoing investigation in the form of Attorney General Merrick Garland, but dozens of U.S. senators are quick to counter this attempt and said not to mess with his investigation.

With this, 46 GOP senators have written to Garland insisting he respect the independence of Durham’s work. They are asking for assurance he will respect the independence of Special Counsel John Durham’s investigation into the origins of the FBI’s probe into the Trump campaign during the 2016 election.

The letter reads:

“We write to seek your assurance that you will continue to respect the prosecutorial independence of Special Counsel John Durham and his staff, while also ensuring he is provided all resources necessary to fully, thoroughly, and completely pursue the investigation for which he was appointed.” 

WND reported:

Warning the Durham’s investigation is revealing “highly concerning, and potentially criminal, manipulation and exploitation of federal law enforcement resources.” 

The warning comes as legacy media outlets have turned from ignoring the newest court filing that suggests Hillary Clinton hired cyberspies to infiltrate the computer servers at Trump Tower, and the White House after Trump took office, and now are claiming that those statements are lies.

Just the News gives us more details of the report:

46 Republican senators, led by Rick Scott of Florida, wrote a letter to Garland to seek his “assurance” “that you will continue to respect the prosecutorial independence of Special Counsel John Durham and his staff, while also ensuring he is provided all resources necessary to fully, thoroughly, and completely pursue the investigation for which he was appointed.”

It was just a week ago Durham filed a motion in federal court linking Hillary Clinton’s campaign lawyer, Michael Sussman, and other campaign officials to a tech company that was hired to “mine” Trump data servers “for the purpose of gathering derogatory information about Donald Trump.”

That conspiracy theory by Democrats, highlighted by the infamous Steele dossier of unfounded claims against Trump, triggered an earlier special counsel investigation by former FBI chief Robert Mueller, who spent years looking into the evidence and found no support for the Russiagate claims.

The letter cited the evidence suggesting a plan to “target American citizens, including a presidential candidate, based upon fabricated evidence that had been procured and disseminated by individuals closely connected with a rival political campaign,” the report said.

Clinton responded, eventually, with the claim that Trump and others were “desperately spinning up a fake scandal” to distract from a real one.

But previous evidence has revealed that Barack Obama was, at one point, briefed on a plan by Clinton, then a presidential candidate, to spin up the Russiagate falsehoods against Trump in order to distract American voters from her own scandal raging at the time – her use of an unsecured email system for national security secrets, including those that were classified.

Sources: WND, Just the News

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