The mainstream media has ignored the news from the John Durham investigation that alleged Clinton’s operatives spied on Trump’s presidential campaign in 2016.
After these revelations of Clinton’s shenanigans were published on Saturday morning, the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, NBC News, CBS News, and ABC News – all ignored what could be the largest political scandal of the past ten years.
Then on Monday morning, Rasmussen Reports announced the AP, NY Times, Washington Post, and the WSJ had continued for 48 hours to ignore this story. Instead, the publications wanted to push their reader’s focus to the Super Bowl or the Chinese Olympics:
In the past, the media have acknowledged John Durham’s investigation as a complete distraction with “no hard evidence.”
“There is no hard evidence,” CBS journalist Lesley Stahl stated in 2020. “This is ’60 Minutes.’ We cannot put on things we cannot verify.”
CNN’s Don Lemon said to disgraced former CNN anchor Chris Cuomo back in 2019 that the investigation is unbelievable. “Nothing happens and they only move to the next conspiracy,” Lemon stated. “It will never end and guess what? People who choose to believe that BS will believe it.”
MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow also spoke about the scandal back in October. “It is a boomerang,” she said. “Because it’s ongoing, concerted GOP and pro-Trump project to attempt to change the investigation of the Russia scandal into a scandal itself.”
Rasmussen survey revealed last week that most voters (58 percent) think the establishment is the enemy of the people.
Reportedly, more revelations are to be given from the Durham probe. Former Dir. of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe informed Fox News this Monday that more indictments could be coming soon.
“Based on more intel. not yet declassified, I would expect quite a few more indictments,” he stated. “I believe this conspiracy, and I do think it was a criminal conspiracy, a deep and broad one.”
Donald Trump thinks that Durham’s probe will prove his “presidency and campaign were spied on by operatives paid by the Clinton presidential campaign” and that these operatives should be “criminally prosecuted.”