Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) said United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut John Durham should present the results of his investigation into the irregular involvement of the FBI and the CIA in the case of the fake Russian collusion against President Donald Trump.

“If no prosecutions til after elections sad sad //just think Flynn Mueller Impeachment/ The deep state is so deep that ppl get away w political crimes/Durham shld be producing some fruit of his labor,” published Grassley, who is also chairman of the Senate Finance Committee.

Meanwhile, Durham is reviewing the abuses of surveillance powers by federal agencies to illegally investigate officials from the 2016 Trump campaign.

Previously, Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz submitted a 478-page report on the same case, released Dec. 9, 2019, which revealed at least 17 irregularities in the controversial investigative process that ultimately determined that Trump had not been unethical during his election campaign.

Among them was the discovery that an FBI lawyer altered information in an email so that it could obtain a Foreign Intelligence Act (FISA) order to monitor Carter Page, a former adviser to President Trump.

Beyond the possible responsibilities that can be attributed to officials who acted irregularly to force an investigation against members of the Trump campaign, seeking an alleged collusion of the president with Russia to illegally obtain the presidency, some indications suggest that former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, former President Obama and other members of the Democratic National Committee could be seriously compromised by federal crimes.

Former U.S. prosecutor and Director of National Intelligence Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas) said he confirmed through documents that Obama’s “deep state” spied on the Trump campaign from 2015, before the investigation into the alleged collusion with Russia, which proved false, as revealed to Jason Chaffetz in the “Hannity” program on Dec. 20.

Similarly, Trey Gowdy, a former congressman, told former FBI Director James Comey that he should be wearing a prison uniform after reports showed that his behavior at the helm of the institution was below the established standard on at least three occasions, according to an interview published by Fox News.

Finally, Grassley added, “Barr recently said, ‘This is the closest we’ve come to an organized effort to push a president out of office’ and I think Durham won’t report any prosecutions until after the election so as not to influence the vote. SADDLE SADDLE,” according to Fox News.