Trey Gowdy Reveals John Durham Looking At ‘Three Important Things’ In Russia Probe
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The walls are closing on on the Deep State conspirators who tried to frame President Trump for being in cahoots with the Kremlin.
With prosecutor John Durham zeroing in on the culprits, former Republican congressman Trey Gowdy highlighted three key areas that AG Barr's bulldog is looking into.
During his appearance on Fox's Sunday Morning Futures, the leader of the congressional investigation into Benghazi discussed these focal points with host Maria Bartiromo.
Via The Washington Examiner, "Trey Gowdy: John Durham looking at 'three important things'":
"He's looking at three things — the factual predicate for this Russia investigation. And I'm not talking about the summer of 2016. I'm talking about stuff that happened in late 2015 and early 2016," Gowdy told Sunday Morning Futures host Maria Bartiromo.
"Remember, the DOJ and the FBI told Paul Ryan and Devin Nunes and myself repeatedly and exclusively that nothing happened before June of 2016. No payments were made, no contacts with the Trump campaign," he added, referring back to his time as a lead GOP investigator in Congress. "I'm sure John Durham is looking to see whether or not that's true."
Two other areas of interest Gowdy pointed out were alleged government surveillance abuses in targeting a member of the Trump 2016 campaign and the January 2017 intelligence assessment on Russian election interference.
"He's also looking at the FISA process and misrepresentations made to the FISA court," the former federal prosecutor said. "I think he's also looking at that ICA, that intelligence community assessment, that John Brennan got done towards the end of the Barack Obama tenure, to make sure whether or not that was thoroughly investigated and whether or not all the right information made its way into that ICA."
Judging by the ferocious attacks on Attorney General Barr by Democrats, Clinton-Obama loyalist prosecutors and the media smear brigades, Durham has the perps terrified that he's going to smoke them out.
In another interesting development, the New York Times recently reported that Durham is also looking into whether Obama regime intelligence figures like MSNBC employee and ex-CIA director John Brennan hid evidence and manipulated information on Russia to protect their boss and damage Trump.
Other than speculation, Durham's probe remains largely shrouded in secrecy and devoid of the leaks that have promoted the intelligence community's war on Trump.
Whatever he produces is sure to be explosive.