e’ve heard it before again and again – John Durham is about to indict the many crooks surrounding the spying, set up, and attempted coup of candidate and then President Donald J. Trump. Everyone who has studied this event – arguably the most corrupt event in modern US politics and perhaps US history – has waited patiently. Numerous crimes are known in the public arena alone. When will the Obama Administration crooks finally see their day? There are some indications, today is that day.
Below are some reasons to believe the Durham investigation has reached a point that it is ready to drop indictments:
1. We heard the Durham investigation would be completed according to Justice Department policy and would not interfere with the upcoming elections.
We reported on August 10 from a report by Paul Sperry:
While much speculation inside the Beltway says U.S. Attorney John Durham will punt the results of his so-called Spygate investigation past the election to avoid charges of political interference, sources who have worked with Durham on past public corruption cases doubt he’ll bend to political pressure — and they expect him to drop bombshells before Labor Day.
Durham’s boss, Attorney General Bill Barr, also pushed back on the notion his hand-picked investigator would defer action. Under Democratic questioning on Capitol Hill last week, he refused to rule out a pre-election release.
“Under oath, do you commit to not releasing any report by Mr. Durham before the November election?” Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (D-Fla.) asked Barr, citing longstanding Justice Department policy not to announce new developments in politically sensitive cases before an election.
“No,” the attorney general curtly replied.
Justice Department policy prohibits prosecutors from taking overt steps in politically charged cases typically within 60 days of an election. Accordingly, Durham would have to make a move by the Friday before Labor Day, or Sept. 4.
“I would find it hard to believe that he punts under any circumstances,” said former assistant FBI director Chris Swecker, who knows Durham personally and has worked with the hard-nosed prosecutor on prior investigations.
He pointed out that Durham would risk throwing away 16 months of investigative work if he delayed action beyond the election.
Then Durham’s associate Swecker notes:
Swecker, who’s also a former prosecutor, anticipates Durham will deliver criminal charges, a written report or some combination of the two around the first week in September, if not sooner. “He must get his work done and out to the public by Labor Day,” he said. “That way he avoids any accusations that he was trying to impact the election.”
But AG Barr has said publicly that he did not envision investigations into former President Obama and Vice President Biden, who is currently running for President. Therefore, Barr may believe that any indictments of former Obama officials do not interfere with the upcoming election and the sooner the report is issued, the better.
2. The resignation of Durham’s trusted servant Nora Dannehy was announced yesterday.
Yesterday it was reported that Nora Dannehy, a former career federal prosecutor who was asked by her old boss U.S. Attorney for Connecticut John Durham to return to government service to work on the probe of the Trump-Russia hoax investigation abuses by the Obama administration and the Deep State, had resigned.