U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut John Durham included the Clinton Foundation in his review of the origins of the false collusion with Russia for which Democrats investigated President Donald Trump, according to Fox News on Sept. 24.
The Clinton Foundation, a charity run by former President Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary, a former secretary of state, had been under investigation since 2017 by Attorney General John Huber for allegations of corruption in several of its actions, including the sale of the Uranium One mining company.
Huber had also investigated the allegedly irregular behavior of the FBI investigating Hillary Clinton’s controversial thousands of emails, on the suspicion that the agency did not follow established procedures.
The results of Huber’s investigation have been long overdue, and this fact generated concern and criticism from both the Justice Department and the White House, according to Fox News.
There are “Folks that have been concerned about what he did or didn’t do, and many of them feel that Huber did not dig deep enough or work hard enough,” the source said.
Durham was charged with reviewing the investigation into the false collusion with Russia because Inspector General Michael Horowitz found 17 serious errors in FBI that affected controversial case.
The results of the Durham review cause much expectation but were delayed because of the restrictions caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus pandemic.
However, the first of the accused, former FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith, has already turned out to have added false information to one of the warrants of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) used in that investigation.
For Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), Clinesmith’s indictment is the first step in this review of the investigation into the false collusion with Russia.
“There are multiple allegations that could have been made, probably including conspiracy and destruction of evidence. So my guess is that maybe he’s going to cooperate. Maybe he won’t. But this is a good first step,” considered Nunes, according to Fox News.
There is speculation that Clinesmith’s guilty plea is just the tip of the iceberg, and it is expected that based on his testimony other irregularities and names of important people who may have intentionally intervened in the attempt to impeach President Trump, using that fraudulent investigation, will be revealed.
Even before Horowitz pointed out the 17 serious errors, President Trump already believed that many people’s illegal actions would be discovered, perhaps even that of former President Barack Obama.
“I predict you will see things that you don’t even believe, the level of corruption—whether it’s [James] Comey; whether it’s [Peter] Strzok and his lover, [Lisa] Page; whether it’s so many other people—[Andrew] McCabe; whether it’s President Obama himself,” President Trump said in mid-October 2019.