John Brennan Becomes John Durham’s First Target


If I could have written the script for John Durham’s investigation, I would have made John Brennan his first target and that’s exactly who Durham is starting his probe on.

Before the Trump investigation started, John Brennan put together a fusion group and Durham has the transcripts and he is about to lower the boom. Unlike Mueller, Durham will be the prosecutor in all the cases where he indicts someone.

Brennan is also the person who insisted the Hillary dossier must be inserted in a major intelligence report, even though it was and still is completely unverified.

From The Gateway Pundit

According to DOJ sources, US Attorney John Durham is examining documents generated by an inter-agency “fusion cell” that former CIA Chief John Brennan set up in mid 2016.

Attorney General Barr appointed special prosecutor John Durham to investigate the origins of Spygate and it was recently revealed the probe is much broader than previously known.

Barr and Durham are working closely with CIA Director Gina Haspel, Director of National Intelligence, Dan Coats and FBI Director Christopher Wray on surveillance issues related to Trump’s 2016 campaign.

This suggests a broader inter-agency effort is underway which is why former CIA Director John Brennan, whose fingerprints are all over Spygate, is lashing out at Trump and Barr on Twitter and in media appearances.

Investigative journalist Paul Sperry reported: According to Main DOJ sources, Durham’s portfolio for looking into the provenance of CH includes examining docs generated by an interagency “fusion cell” Brennan set up in mid-2016 on Russian election interference + pre-election briefings Steele gave to UK intelligence

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