REVEALED: Durham Set to Interview Brennan as 'Spygate' Probe Said to Be Nearing End
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Tens of millions of supporters of President Donald Trump have been waiting three long years for some semblance of justice to be meted out against the deep state coup plotters who tried unsuccessfully to keep him out of the Oval Office with the “Spygate” Russian collusion hoax.
One after another, the figures allegedly involved in the plot have either gotten away with it or gotten off with a slap on the wrist (like losing their jobs).
But a new report Thursday should give those of us hungry for retribution some hope.
Readers likely know that last year U.S. Attorney General William Barr assigned Connecticut-based U.S. Attorney John Durham to examine the case to see what was there. In the course of his probe, it turned into a criminal investigation.
Now, according to a report, Durham wants to interview former CIA Director John Brennan, whom some believe was the mastermind behind the Spygate fabrication – and if so, that means Durham’s investigation is nearing completion.
U.S. Attorney John Durham will soon interview former CIA Director John Brennan, another sign that the investigation of the Trump-Russia investigators is ready to wrap up by the end of the summer.
Durham, the federal prosecutor from Connecticut appointed by Attorney General William Barr to investigate the origins of the Crossfire Hurricane inquiry and to scrutinize the conduct of the law enforcement leaders and intelligence officials involved in it, has asked to interview Brennan, according to “people familiar with the request” cited by NBC News, and the former top spy and vociferous Trump critic has reportedly agreed to the sit-down. The same report cites sources who suggest Durham’s inquiry may be nearing the finish line.
Durham is looking into whether Brennan took politicized actions to pressure the rest of the intelligence community to match his conclusions about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s motivations, according to sources cited by the Wall Street Journal.
As The Epoch Times reported, Brennan has been on Durham’s radar for nearly a year.
"There was definitely Russian, uh, interference,” Barr said in June. “I think Durham is looking at the intelligence community’s ICA — the report that they did in December . And he’s sort of examining all the information that was based on, the basis for their conclusions. So to that extent, I still have an open mind, depending on what he finds."
That assessment has been scrutinized several times in the past, with many analysts concluding that it was tailored to fit the narrative that the 2016 Trump campaign was cooperating with Russia to undermine the election and steal it from Hillary Clinton.
And of course, let’s not forget that the one person the FBI went after to spy on was Carter Page, a one-time Trump campaign adviser whose identity as a CIA asset was purposefully left off the FISA warrant applications.
In April, former U.S. Attorney Joe diGenova said that he had information indicating that Durham was beginning to bring witnesses in under oath before a grand jury, with Brennan as the focus.
Interviewing Brennan last, then, after taking sworn witness testimony, makes complete sense.