Special Prosecutor John Durham Targeting CIA in its Role in Origins of Spygate
Brennan’s Actions Will ‘Come Into Sharper Focus’
Former CIA Chief John Brennan knows he is in hot water as evidenced by his unhinged tweets and desperate rhetoric during his appearances on the ‘hate Trump’ media.
It was reported on Monday that Bill Barr appointed US Attorney in Connecticut John Durham to investigate the origins of the Trump Russia probe.
Then another bombshell was dropped – Bill Barr’s scope and probe is much wider than previously known.
It was revealed Tuesday that 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.
According to Justice Department sources, John Durham is specifically targeting the CIA and it’s role in the origins of the Trump-Russia probe – Former CIA Director John Brennan and his “machinations during the 2016 campaign will come into sharper focus,” says investigative reporter Paul Sperry.
BREAKING: Main Justice Dept sources say #Spygate prosecutor John Durham is also targeting the CIA and its role in the origins of the Trump-Russia collusion investigation, and that John Brennan’s machinations during the 2016 campaign will come into sharper focus
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) May 15, 2019
John Brennan’s fingerprints are all over Spygate and he is now turning on former FBI Director James Comey — the two are now fighting over whose idea it was to use the dossier in the IC report.
Hillary’s phony Russia dossier was not only used by the FBI to obtain a FISA warrant on Carter Page, it was also used in the Intelligence Community’s report.
James Comey told the FBI in an email chain in December of 2016 that CIA Director John Brennan insisted on including the dossier in the IC assessment, but the CIA is claiming that it was James Comey who made the recommendation and it was Brennan and DNI chief James Clapper who objected.
Brennan also may have perjured himself during a May 2017 testimony about the dossier.
Recall, in a May 2017 testimony, John Brennan vehemently denied the phony dossier made its way into the IC assessment that was released in January 2018 that concluded Russia interfered in the 2016 election “to help Trump’s chances of victory.”