Durham Report Criticizes FBI's Trump-Russia Probe, Suggests 'Confirmation Bias' And Not Malice Drove InvestigationChris Menahan
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After four years of dragging his feet, Special Counsel John Durham released his much-hyped report on the FBI's Trump-Russia probe on Monday which largely confirms what we already knew but attributes malice on the part of the FBI to incompetence or bias, effectively shielding the agency from any culpability for their criminal actions.
My theory that William Barr/Durham were just stringing everyone along with vague promises the FBI/deep state would be held accountable for their crimes -- as they ran down the clock on Trump's presidency -- has now been borne out by the evidence.
From The New York Times:
In Final Report, Trump-Era Special Counsel Denounces Russia InvestigationThe FBI was doing the manipulation. To portray them as innocent victims is just outright comical.
Mr. Durham said he was not recommending any "wholesale changes" to F.B.I. rules for politically sensitive investigations and for national-security wiretaps, which have already been tightened in recent years. He did recommend that the Justice Department consider assigning an official to internally challenge steps taken in politically sensitive investigations.TechnoFog has some of the main points from the report, part of which I've excerpted below:
- Crossfire Hurricane "was opened as a full investigation without [the FBI] ever having spoken to the persons who provided that information." Days after it was opened, Peter Strzok was telling a London FBI employee that "there's nothing to this."The main issue is this is all put down as "confirmation bias" rather than a criminal conspiracy.
The Proud Boys were found guilty of "seditious conspiracy" with little to no evidence whatsoever but the FBI launching a political investigation into Trump's campaign to sabotage him and dig up dirt on all his allies so they could be thrown in prison was somehow just a product of "confirmation bias" which got out of hand.
Literally nothing will come of this report -- and that's by design.
Everyone who hyped this clown and pushed Q-Anon "trust the plan" BS should apologize.
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