Durham Continues To Reveal Previously Undisclosed SpyGate Evidence
How Do You Break 5 Years of Relentless & Endless Russia Russia Russia Propaganda Programming That Still Influences A Large Segment Of The American Public? John Durham Thinks He Knows...
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The trial of a key member of the Hillary Clinton 2016 presidential campaign’s dirty tricks team is now winding down in an Alexandria, Virginia courtroom.
A lot of media commentary regarding the Durham Special Counsel is being focused on a narrative that this trial will be it for Durham, and that he’s going to wrap it up now. There will be no further indictments or investigatory actions by the SCO and he’s going to devote his last months as Special Counsel to writing his final report.
The narrative holds that Durham is going to completely ignore the second half of the scope he was given when he was appointed to be the Special Counsel to investigate the Spygate scandal.
That is, that Durham will take no action on the multitude of obvious felonies that occurred when a bogus warrant application using fake shit that came straight from the Hillary Clinton campaign was approved and renewed three times to target the Donald J. Trump campaign for federal investigations and surveillance during the 2016 election and into the Trump administration itself.
I disagree that Durham is going to shirk his duty and never address the main reason for his being appointed a Special Counsel before riding off into the sunset. Now I’ll explain why I think that.
In ordinary cases, the prosecutor uses a grand jury, builds a case and then unseals indictments, makes arrests and then holds trials or accepts plea bargains on the basis of the evidence collected. It’s pretty straightforward.
Except in the extraordinary circumstances where there’s been a massive criminal conspiracy amongst mainstream news media to taint your prospective jury pool for going on 5 + years.
Most RICO investigations haven’t had:
The New York Times
The Washington Post
working relentlessly to preemptively poison the well for 3 years before a US Attorney is even appointed to publicly begin their investigation and get their boots on.
And then have these same news media organizations keep up their immersive gaslighting for another three years while the US Attorney/Special Counsel is conducting his investigation.
You either recognize this special situation that exists, or you do not.
I can assure you from what I’ve observed of Durham since June of 2019, that he recognizes the task he faces in trying to counter almost 6 years of fanatical gaslighting about RussiaGate.
Durham Is Engaged In Counter-Programming After Almost 6 Years of Gaslighting
Durham is having to prosecute the massive RussiaGate ‘joint venture’ in reverse. He’s using the most minor of charges faced by ground-floor level RICO conspiracy personnel to surface key evidence that’s been held back for half a decade. He’s used the Sussmann & Danchenko trials as venues to bring out a ton of evidence.
Why was much of this evidence held back for five years?
I’m glad you asked.
Durham’s had to do this backwards to counter a massive psychological disinformation campaign that is still ongoing, but now to much less effect than just a year or two ago.
If all the things I’ve listed below came out five — or even just two — years ago, would it have moved the needle at all on the issue of RussiaGate? When most of the population is still buying into the ceaseless gaslighting?
With the first two trials, Durham is putting the final nails in the coffin of that Russia Russia Russia disinformation campaign.
I understand that a lot of people do not accept this take, that Durham’s been forced to do this backwards to try to counter more than 6 years of relentless propaganda and gaslighting so he can attempt fair trials. But it is an eminently rational position.
Yes, I will stipulate for the record that if there had not been a vast, well-organized psychological operation targeting the American public for 6 years using
law enforcement agencies
Congressional hearings and investigations
the entire Big Brother Fake News Matrix mainstream media - including all the major social media platforms
popular culture books, movies, music
to sell the fake Russia Russia Russia narrative that Donald Trump and many of the people around him were Russian agents and traitors to their country, John Durham **could have** dropped the big indictments three years ago.
Yes, I will stipulate that for the record.
BUT THAT’S NOT WHAT HAPPENED, IS IT?
There **was** a years-long mass psychosis campaign to condition the American public to view Trump and his close associates as agents of the Putin government in Moscow. You can’t even rationally debate otherwise. We all saw it. We all lived through it.
And a rather large segment of the American public are still influenced by that mass psychosis campaign. While many have woken up to the lies that were always the center of the “Russia Russia Russia!” hoax, some have not.
People who keep **insisting** the big indictments needed to be unsealed years ago refuse to acknowledge the power of the psyop the American public has been subjected to.
Durham realized early on the massive task they faced. He and his team had to counter more than three years worth of a mass formation psychosis before William Barr even appointed him. And the mass media campaign has continued ferociously as Durham has done his investigating for the past three years.
Yes, enough evidence had surfaced by June of 2019 for Durham to have begun unsealing indictments by early 2020, especially after DOJ Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz’s FISA Abuse Report was released in December of 2019.
But Durham is a realist. He knew exactly what would happen if he went early and unsealed indictments against all the major players while Trump was still in the White House, while Barr was still Attorney General, and most of the American public was still slumbering peacefully in the arms of the Big Brother Fake News Media Matrix, being serenaded with relentless, endless propaganda about how Trump was Putin’s stooge.
How do you break the programming so you can get a fair hearing at the trials? How do you ‘redpill’ enough of the public to wake them up from the RussiaGate Matrix, so to speak?
The Great Awakening had to happen first. Not just on the national stage about the globalist and CCP threats, but also on the mainstream press, the DC cabal and the RussiaGate hoax that they invented and mesmerized much of the country with for more than five years.
Durham **has** to attempt to level this playing field before he drops the big indictments. That’s the reasoning behind the strategy he’s been pursuing.
What Evidence To Counter The Programming Did Durham Surface During The Sussmann Trial?
What did Durham reveal during the Sussmann trial that had been carefully concealed for more than five years?
Hillary Clinton’s private spy ring. Why was Durham bringing that to light so important? Because by using private cybersecurity contractors working inside the federal agencies as her own secret operatives, Hillary Clinton was spying on people without any kind of a warrant. See, I don’t mean to shock anybody, but did you know that Hillary Clinton and her political campaign for President back in 2016 was not any kind of law enforcement or intelligence agency, and she did not go to any court to get approval of the spying her minions were doing for her? Well it’s true. And Durham got it on the record.
Clinton’s private spy ring was spying on Trump and his associates at Trump Tower, his office building, and most importantly, at the White House itself once he moved in.
The Clinton campaign gave her private spy ring inside the federal agencies databases an enemies list of specific targets for surveillance.
Clinton’s private spy ring trawled the federal agency databases looking for data related to these people on the enemies list they were given.
Clinton’s private spy ring was paid to steal classified/nonpublic data off of these federal agency databases and construct the Trump/Russia collusion allegation we’ve come to call “The Alfa Bank Hoax”. [I suspect but cannot prove at this point that some of the stolen data from the federal agency databases related to the Trump associates on the Clinton campaign’s enemies list ended up in the Steele Dossier.]
The data stolen by Clinton’s private spy ring that had been developed into the Alfa Bank Hoax under the watchful eyes and direction of the Clinton campaign’s lawyers at Perkins Coie was then given to the news media and to two specific federal agencies: a law enforcement agency [FBI] and an intelligence agency [CIA]
Once the FBI had closed it’s Alfa Bank hoax investigation by the time Trump assumed office, Clinton’s dirty tricks squad tried again to get another investigation started with a different federal agency. They revised and expanded the Alfa Bank hoax with new data they’d freshly stolen from the servers inside the Executive Office of the President [EOP] and brought that to the CIA to see if they could convince the CIA to launch it’s own counterintelligence investigation of the current President.
I want to emphasize this. Some of the EOP data they added to the revised and expanded Alfa Bank hoax that they presented to the CIA in February of 2017 was stolen from off the White House’s servers **after** Donald J. Trump had been sworn in as the nation’s 45th President.
Members of the FBI are targets in ongoing investigations. FBI personnel testifying on the stand stated they were subjects of investigations.
The Clinton campaign, Perkins Coie, Fusion GPS, Rodney Joffe & his merry crew of cyber contractors, they all tried to thwart federal grand jury subpoenas by making bogus claims of attorney/client privilege. Durham demonstrated on the record that more than 80% of these claims were bogus on their face.
Not one thing you read in this list above had been publicly revealed for more than five years until Durham himself began revealing it in the Sussmann case court filings and then during the trial itself.
Now, with the Danchenko trial, Durham is repeating the template.
What Evidence To Counter The Programming Is Durham Revealing At The Danchenko Trial?
So, what has Durham revealed during the Danchenko trial that was **also** carefully concealed for more than five years?
Let’s count that too.
The FBI didn’t verify a single allegation they used in Steele Dossier before taking allegations out of it and using them in a spy warrant on Carter Page.
The FBI was so hot to use the Steele Dossier, when they couldn’t verify any of the allegations they wanted to use in the warrant, with the 2016 election fast approaching, in October they offered Christopher Steele payment of up to $1 million dollars to corroborate it for them. Steele couldn’t verify a single one of the allegations either.
At the time the FBI used the Steele Dossier allegations in the FISA warrant on Carter Page, Steele still had not identified the primary sub-source [PSS] to the agency. The FBI Crossfire Hurricane team supposedly did not learn that the PSS was Danchenko until late December.
After realizing Steele’s PSS was Danchenko, the FBI was aware there had been a counterintelligence investigation of Danchenko out of the agency’s Baltimore field office for suspected espionage activity. So they knew by January of 2017 that Steel’s PSS was a suspected Russian agent.
After learning that Steele’s PSS for the allegations they’d used in the Page FISA warrant was a suspected Russian agent, the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane team and the Mueller Special Counsel’s Office renewed that warrant with the court three times. [The Mueller SCO did not start up until May of 2017, and so was only involved in the last renewal of the warrant]
After learning that Danchenko was Steele’s main source for compiling the reports in the dossier, the FBI paid likely Russian agent Danchenko to become a Confidential Human Source [CHS] for a period of 3 1/2 years, from March of 2017 through October of 2020.
The FBI learned that one of the dossier’s sources was a longtime Democratic operative and power broker who’d been involved in high level politics since the days of Jimmy Carter: Charles H. “Chuck” Dolan.
Due to a series of ‘miscommunications’ between Danchenko’s FBI handler and the Baltimore field office, Danchenko’s having been investigated for espionage activity and being a Russian disinformation agent was glossed over and never became an issue.
Durham is clearly demonstrating with documentary evidence and witness testimony that the FBI didn’t start their Crossfire Hurricane investigation with any real predicate; and then compounded that by using unverified Clinton dirty tricks team allegations in a spy warrant that had no evidentiary basis. They went backwards: they started with the crime they wanted to investigate Trump & his people for and then went looking for some way to justify what they were already doing.
There was no excuse for submitting that bogus warrant with fake allegations in it to the FISA Court for three renewals. There was no way by the time the warrant was renewed the third time that anybody on the Crossfire Hurricane team or the Mueller Special Counsel had any illusions about the veracity of the dossier or the Clinton dirty trick team operatives who created it and brought it to them.
Once The Playing Field Has Been Leveled, What Could Durham Do?
What indictments **could** Durham unseal, based on the evidence that has surfaced at these two trials, if he so desired to?
Well first off all, Durham could charge multiple people from the 2016 Clinton campaign and the private contractor dirty tricksters and spies they hired to illegally steal classified data and construct Trump/Russia collusion hoaxes with it with ESPIONAGE.
Next, he could charge the members of the federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies who made the deliberate decision to continue their illegally predicated spying on Trump and his associates once Trump had become the nation’s 45th President with TREASON.
Based on what’s been made public so far - and we know we haven’t seen everything Durham has got at this point - there’s no question in my mind that Durham **could** file indictments for theft of classified information, espionage and treason.
The cases are sitting right there…**if** he wants to make them.
What we’ll be waiting to see once this current trial is over, is if he will follow through or not now that he’s exposed much of the joint venture and effectively killed the gaslighting narrative that trapped the country in an illusion for half a decade.
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