The White House dodges questions on Durham’s shocking Clinton allegations

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Special Counsel John Durham has accused Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign of conspiring to spy on Donald Trump as a candidate and as president, one would imagine this story would dominate headlines according to FoxNews.

The fact that the Fourth Estate has decided that the public should not know this news is even the more shocking given the consequences from the Durham disclosures. Trump was the only one who spoke out directly on the issue, issuing a devastating remark. He penned:

“This is a scandal far greater in scope and magnitude than Watergate and those who were involved in and knew about this spying operation should be subject to criminal prosecution.” he wrote.

Yet this, as of midday on Monday, Feb. 14 — three days after the story broke – the media had remained relatively mute on the matter.

However, it became clear from the searches that Durham’s whole inquiry had been carefully sabotaged from the start. Indeed, it appears that the legacy media has been gradually polluting the well in terms of the investigation’s legitimacy for some time.

It wasn’t until late Monday, when White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was pressed on the subject, that cracks appeared in the unified wall of silence.

Some of the aforementioned publications planned to print pieces about the Durham papers as of Tuesday, Feb. 15. However, the attempt looked to be aimed at casting doubt on the findings rather than enlightening the public.

Clinton’s name is still well-known and significant in the United States. Despite the fact that Clinton’s name was noteworthy, the scoop did not make it to the mainstream media.

Durham’s findings, which involve Hillary in a spying plot that led in the Russia-collusion lie, ought to be the top story for every media.

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