One year ago, many conservative hopes were pinned on Durham. He was expected to jail Hillary and her gang, exonerate Trump, and prove him right on all charges. The deep state, the new world order, and a Dairy Queen in Florence were supposed to be destroyed due to the elitist conspiracy to destroy good folk.
But, nothing happened, only one funny thing. Only one small fry or two got named and prosecuted. The fight continues after one year. Jonathan Turley shared the updates on this issue.
Turley stated that Washington was shocked by Michael Sussman’s indictment. He was the former counsel for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and the Dems National committee. The indictment resulted from his role in spreading a false Russia conspiracy theory.
Durham is described as painfully methodical or positively glacial as a prosecutor, and he was prompted to indict Sussman by an expiring statute of limitations.
It’s impossible for Durham to have disclosed as much as he did in the indictment. He’s probably working on other targets, such as Jake Sullivan.
Sullivan could be in the unenviable position of having to argue that he wasn’t perjurious but clueless in denying knowledge of crucial facts to Congress.
Maybe Sullivan’s indictment is unlikely, but he appeared unexpectedly. The national security adviser might not be done with the special counsel.
So, if Durham investigates who knew or approved of the Alfa-Bank conspiracy claim in the Clinton campaign, then Sullivan is the first one.
Besides Sussman, Durham thinks someone else hid the Clinton campaign’s role in creating the Alfa-Bank scandal on purpose.
During the testimony, Sullivan stated that he didn’t know the Alfa-Bank scandal was the work of a Clinton lawyer and those linked with the campaign. No one knows if Durham has evidence to contradict this claim of ignorance on the work done by campaign counsel and researchers.
Michael Cohen was also indicted for lying to Congress about Trump’s involvement in negotiations over a Moscow real estate agreement.
Sullivan shared his denial series with Congress in 2017. The statute for limitations for lying to Congress is five years, which signifies that Sullivan would be within range for Durham if the council doesn’t buy his denials. Furthermore, Sullivan could find himself unindicted but exposed in a blistering report.