Former GOP Representative Devin Nunes believes that Special Counsel John Durham will indeed continue to expose Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign and Democratic National Committee’s (DNC) role in pushing the unverified dossier against President Donald Trump.
Nunes, who is the current CEO of Trump Media & Technology Group, believes that when everything is said and done, people will go to jail.
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“I’m still positive, and I guess I have to be, that people are going to go to jail, and they are going to be prosecuted for the Russia grand fiasco and the Russia hoax,” he said.
“It may not be as broad as we want it to be,” he said of the report.
Just The News founder, John Solomon, previously said that he believes Durham is preparing to go after the FBI.
During a recent interview on Fox News Solomon and host, Maria Bartiromo spoke about the special counsel’s investigation into the Trump-Russia ordeal and what Durham’s possible next move could be.
Conservative Brief reported:
Russian-born analyst Igor Danchenko–key source for the unverified Steele dossier that alleged ties between Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia–was arrested by federal agents last year as part of the Durham investigation.
Solomon explained that he believes Durham is dealing with “two buckets.”
In one “bucket”, there are the last two indictments against officials who were connected to Hillary Clinton and their plan to feed the FBI false information about Trump-Russia conspiracies.
Solomon said the other “bucket” focuses on the FBI and whether agents knowingly mislead the FISA court to obtain warrants to spy on members of Trump’s 2016 campaign.
Last month, a jury found former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussman not guilty of making a false statement to the FBI in September 2016 when he claimed that he was not working on behalf of any client when he brought information alleging a covert communications channel between the Trump Organization and Russia’s Alfa Bank.
Fox News reported:
After a two-week trial, and more than a day of deliberations, the jury found that Special Counsel John Durham’s team had not proved beyond a reasonable doubt that Sussman’s statement was a lie and that he was working on behalf of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and technology executive Rodney Joffe when he brought two thumb drives and a white paper alleging a Trump-Russia connection.
The jury included one federal government employee who told the judge they donated to Democrats in 2016 and another government employee who told the judge they strongly dislike former President Trump. Both of those jurors told the judge they could be impartial throughout the trial, the report added. The jury also included a teacher, an illustrator, a mechanic, and more, One juror had a child who was on the same high school sports team as Sussman’s child.