White House Chief Demands Jailtime Over Durham’s Russian Probe

For quite some time U.S. Attorney John Durham has been investigation the investigators. He has been probing the origins of the so-called Russian case and searching for any proof of misconduct among Obama’s FBI and DOJ. It’s been a long time since any substantial news has been released. But recently, White House Chief of Staff made a surprising prediction.

Most Trump supporters know all about how Obama’s FBI conducted a questionable investigation during the 2016 Election. Even after Trump won and the transition was underway, it appears they were trying to find dirt on the incoming president. Thanks to Hillary Clinton’s bogus dossier, the feds were investigating “Russian interference.” Many believe that was just an excuse to derail Trump’s election.

That case turned into the Mueller probe. And even though Mueller himself could not find evidence Trump worked with Russia, Democrats still accuse him of being Putin’s puppet. Attorney General Barr appointed “bull dog” U.S. Attorney John Durham to get to the bottom of the Russian probe. We’ve learned quite a bit about what the previous administration tried to do to Trump and his associates.

But nothing’s come out of it. No indictments. No movement.

Now, White House Chief of Staff is promising something will happen soon.

White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said Sunday that it’s “time for people to go to jail” as part of U.S. Attorney John Durham’s probe into FBI misconduct — prompting ex-Trump aide George Papadopoulos to sound a celebratory note on Twitter…

“I think the American people are expecting indictments,” Meadows told anchor Maria Bartiromo. “I expect indictments based on the evidence I’ve seen. Lindsey Graham did a good job in getting that out.

We know that they not only knew that there wasn’t a case, but they continued to investigate and spy.” [Source: Fox News]

Meadows went on to say that documents will be released “in the coming days” that lend weight to the notion that Trump’s campaign was spied on and that the FBI did not behavior correctly during the investigation.

Meadows went on to say that documents will be released “in the coming days” that lend weight to the notion that Trump’s campaign was spied on and that the FBI did not behavior correctly during the investigation.

The DOJ has been uncovering “critical errors” in the wiretap applications used during their investigation. The case itself has been called “heavily flawed” in how it was conducted. If the way they conducted the investigation was flawed, doesn’t that mean the investigation was flawed as well? How can a group like the FBI screw up so badly—if they weren’t trying to undermine their own rules and the law?

What’s even more troubling is that many agents involved in the Russian probe still work within the FBI. Not only that, but some of them have received promotions to influential posts in recent years.

Shouldn’t these hacks have been fired by now? It’s clear the FBI had become a partisan tool used by Democrats to attack their rivals. Obama’s FBI tried to destroy our democracy with their probe aimed at Trump. Yet not only are the crooks involved not fired, but they are even more powerful now.

Perhaps FBI Director Christopher Wray needs to be probed as well? It doesn’t seem like he’s doing a very good job of running this critical agency.

Meadows promise that some people will be going to jail isn’t just empty words. He has seen the documents and evidence as it’s being uncovered. A.G. Barr has promised to deal with the many problems he discovered while looking into this case himself.

We can’t say for sure who will face the music after all is said and done. It’s clear that a laundry list of people were involved in this scheme—perhaps even Obama and Biden themselves. While those two might escape prosecution, what is uncovered won’t be very good for Biden’s White House hopes.

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