After months of little information being revealed and scant few reports, mostly being buried by a mainstream media that want nothing at all to do with it: The Durham Investigation into the Russiagate conspiracy has roared back to life, and the Democrat-Socialists in Congress and Fmr. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, all have good cause to be shaken. A new filing released by Special Counsel John Durham now suggests that high ranking officials from the Clinton campaign in 2016 could be called to testify as part of the ongoing probe into the corrupt targeting of the Trump campaign by the Federal Government under Barack Obama.
According to The Conservative Brief, the Durham investigation has begun calling former high-ranking FBI officials such as James Baker to testify after Igor Danchenko, the analyst who provided disgraced ex-British Spy Christopher Steele with the multiple false assertions Steele compiled into the ‘Steele Dossier’ was also indicted November 4th.
Quietly, the Durham Investigation Seems To Be Closing In On Clinton
“Durham’s team requested that a judge ‘inquire into a potential conflict of interest’ connected to the lawyers for British ex-spy Christopher Steele’s main anti-Trump dossier source, Igor Danchenko, pointing out that a separate lawyer at their firm ‘is currently representing the 2016 ‘Hillary for America’ presidential campaign, as well as multiple former employees of that campaign, in matters before the special counsel,’” Newsmax reported.
“The attorneys who took over as Danchenko’s lawyers this month told Judge Anthony Trenga of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia that Durham’s team was raising questions about Robert Trout, who is of counsel at their firm and previously represented Clinton campaign members, but insisted there is no conflict of interest,” the report continued.
Durham’s team said that there are 5 topics that may become relevant to Danchenko’s defense.
1. “The Clinton campaign’s knowledge or lack of knowledge concerning the veracity of information” in the Steele dossier;
2. “The Clinton campaign’s awareness or lack of awareness” of Danchenko’s “collection methods” for the dossier;
3. “Meetings or communications” between the Clinton campaign and Steele about Danchenko;
4. “The defendant’s knowledge or lack of knowledge regarding the Clinton campaign’s role in” the dossier;
Durham noted that: “On each of these issues, the interests of the Clinton Campaign and the defendant might diverge. For example, the Clinton Campaign and the defendant each might have an incentive to shift blame and/or responsibility to the other party for any allegedly false information that was contained within the Company Reports and/or provided to the FBI.”
“He is moving forward methodically against the largest organized criminal enterprise to ever take down a presidential election,”
said Kash Patel, the former chief investigative counsel for the House Intelligence Committee, and chief of staff to the Acting United States Secretary of Defense. Mr. Patel had worked with Congressman Devin Nunes, chairman of the Intelligence Committee in his lengthy effort to expose the Russia collusion narrative as a partisan conspiracy to unlawfully feed opposition research to the FBI which caused Trump to be smeared publicly and subjected to an utter sham of an “investigation” that was predetermined to implicate him no matter what.
JustTheNews wrote, “Patel, a former federal prosecutor, and adviser to Trump, told the John Solomon Reports podcast that the memo is “an unbelievable twist” in the Russia case. He said the fact that the law firm representing the Clinton campaign is the same one representing Danchenko was certain to raise questions.”
“You have to ask yourself why,” he said. “Why would the Clinton campaign lawyers go and represent the Steele dossier’s No. 1 source, who has been charged federally with five counts of lying to the FBI in a 39-page indictment that cites Clinton campaign former staffers?
“There is no such thing as coincidences in these types of investigations.”