UPDATED 8:04 AM PT – Tuesday, February 15, 2022
The Biden administration refused to comment on the latest filing by Special Counsel John Durham, which reveals a Democrat spying effort against 45th President Donald Trump.
During a press briefing Monday, White House Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was asked whether it’s appropriate to “infiltrate” computer servers of a political opponent to create a false narrative. Jean-Pierre did not answer that question.
This came after Special Counsel Durham found Hillary Clinton hired operatives to try and establish a false computer connection between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russia.
Meanwhile, former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said he expects more indictments in the ongoing Durham probe. During an interview on Monday, he explained that he met with Durham in 2020 to share with him intelligence documents about the origins of the Russia hoax.
Ratcliffe said he gave Durham a CIA document, which showed Clinton approved the Russia hoax plan in 2016 to distract from her emails and Benghazi scandals. His remarks came after Durham found Clinton hired operatives to infiltrate Trump Tower servers to establish a fake connection to Russia.
“So what John Durham pleading talks about is that Hillary Clinton’s lawyer, Michael Sussmann, took this information from the tech executives and pitched it to the FBI as evidence of Trump-Russia connections that simply weren’t true,” stated the former Director of National Intelligence. “And that the lawyer, Michael Sussmann, and the tech executive knew not to be true.”
Ratcliffe went on to say Clinton and her allies were involved in a criminal conspiracy and may face indictments moving forward.