Kash Patel Explains Why Durham Is Taking So Long (And It’s Glorious!)


The John Durham investigation is one of the most interesting and perplexing things going on our country, and it’s been ongoing for many years now.

Why is it taking so long?

Why hasn’t Biden just fired him by now?

Why haven’t we seen more fruit from the case by now?

And the big one that we first asked here at WeLoveTrump before anyone else: Does Durham even exist at all?

Is it just a fake name given to perhaps a prosecution team?

Is it a fake persona to protect the real people conducting the case, you know, so they don’t end up as the newest additions to the “Clinton Kill List”?  (allllllegedly!)

We’ve examined the first question before here:

And now I have an additional follow up for you…

Kash Patel certainly thinks Durham exists (or at least that a “Durham Investigation” is occurring).

Check out this latest video where he explains why the delay has happened and why it’s actually served as the perfect trap…

Watch here on Rumble:

And here’s more from the excellent work being done at by TechnoFog on his  SubStack — I highly recommend you give him a follow here:

Yesterday, April 27, there was a pre-trial hearing in the Michael Sussmann case relating to various evidentiary issues. For the uninitiated, Sussmann a former Perkins Coie partner, and former attorney for the DNC/Clinton Campaign (and Rodney Joffe), has been charged by Special Counsel John Durham with providing false statements to then-FBI General Counsel James Baker in the fall of 2016. Here is more background on his indictment.

We have the full transcript of yesterday’s hearing (link at the bottom). Here are some of the most notable disclosures:

The Special Counsel’s “ongoing investigation” into Rodney Joffe. The Special Counseltold the court that while Joffe and Sussmann pushed the Alfa Bank/Yotaphone hoax to the CIA in February 2017, this false information was also pushed “to another branch of government, to the legislative branch” at a later time. According to the Special Counsel:

The Special Counsel’s statement reminds us of this letter we discussed from Rodney Joffe’s attorney to the attorneys for Michael Sussmann, stating the Yota phone-related allegations percolated “through various branches of the government and around the private sector after that date, in various forms.”

Rodney Joffe’s exposure and 18 U.S.C. 1031. The Special Counsel was understandably hesitant to get too deep into what they have on Rodney Joffe. However, when Sussmann’s attorneys brought up the fact that Joffe couldn’t be charged due to the 5-year statute of limitations, the Special Counsel responded that “certain statutes of limitations are longer than five years.”

The court asked for an example, and the Special Counsel referenced 18 U.S.C. 1031, “which involves defrauding the government in connection with procurement and contract matters.” This has to do with the Georgia Tech/DARPA contract. In the Special Counsel’s own words:

Laura Seago from Fusion GPS will (likely) testify at trial. We previously reported that Seago was identified as the “tech maven” the government expected to call at trial. At this hearing was the first time we saw Seago’s name explicitly mentioned as the Fusion GPS witness.

Christopher Steele will not be a witness. Sussmann’s lawyer informed the court that the Special Counsel stated on April 26 that Steele is “out of the country and isn’t likely to be a witness.”

In fact, Steele is not cooperating with the Special Counsel.

Finally, this statement from the Special Counsel relating to how “the VIPs, meaning Perkins Coie and the [Clinton] campaign” wanted the “Internet data” to be pulled for purposes of digging up information to damage Trump.

We’re limited on time today – here is the link to the transcript.

As to the evidentiary issues? The court took many of those under advisement but will exclude from evidence the Hillary Clinton Alfa Bank tweet. We’ll follow-up with updates, as always.

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