According to a bombshell report from the New York Times, U.S. Attorney John Durham has been investigating whether Obama administration officials hid or perhaps manipulated intelligence about Russia’s meddling.
Of course, that’s not exactly how the New York Times wants you to see this story. From the very first paragraph, the NYT tries to spin the story as a partisan fishing expedition, not a legitimate investigation of Obama-era corruption. “Trump administration officials investigating the government’s response to Russia’s election interference in 2016 appear to be hunting for a basis to accuse Obama-era intelligence officials of hiding evidence or manipulating analysis about Moscow’s covert operation, according to people familiar with aspects of the inquiry.”
The NYT then not-so-subtlely suggests that Trump is simply using the Justice Department to “go after his enemies,” but there are legitimate questions about what the Obama administration did (and didn’t) do when it was made clear that Russia was attempting to meddle in our elections.
It’s been previously reported than Barack Obama, and thus, his administration, was not only aware that Russia was trying to interfere, but actually prevented any sort of response to it.
It seems like John Durham is trying to answer that question, and the New York Times is afraid of what the answer is.
The Walls Are Closing In On All Of Obama’s Henchmen!
Special Prosecutor John Durham scrutinizing John Brennan’s handling of Russian interference in 2016; Mueller Comrades Will Also Soon Be Exposed! Indictments & Arrests Soon! #FactsMatter https://t.co/ZS80vXCmoB
— Ken Jones⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@sxdoc) February 14, 2020