Despite concerted efforts by corporate media and Democrat operatives, most conservatives have known for years that Trump–Russia collusion was the result of dirty campaign tricks by the Hillary Clinton team.
But the media’s incessant elevation of the Trump–Russia collusion narrative and suppression of facts that ran counter to their narrative took a harsh toll on our nation. What started out as a political smear ended up shaping four years of American politics and defining the Trump presidency.
Now that former President Donald Trump is gone, corporate media is starting to slowly admit that there was no Russia collusion after all.
Meanwhile, one investigation has outlived Trump and his presidency—prosecutor John Durham’s investigation into the origins of the Trump–Russia collusion probe.
It’s been two years since John Durham began his investigation into the origins of the FBI’s Russia collusion investigation, and legitimate questions abound. We will examine Durham’s investigation in greater detail during the next series of shows, but we start by examining why Durham was appointed in the first place.
Why did Barr feel that it was important for Durham to investigate the FBI’s opening of the Trump–Russia investigation?
Why did both Barr and Durham publicly disagree with Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s conclusion that the FBI’s investigation was properly opened?
And how will the new Biden administration appointments at the Department of Justice affect Durham’s work?
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