Kash Patel: Durham Probe Into Clinton Campaign Developing Into a “Very Well Laid-Out Conspiracy Charge”
Former Department of Justice Chief of Staff Kash Patel appeared on “America’s Newsroom” to discuss Special Counsel John Durham’s probe into Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign, telling host Dana Perino that it’s developing into a “very well laid-out conspiracy charge” against those involved.
This comes following Durham indictment of Michael Sussmann on a false-statements count for his alleged lying to the FBI. The specific statement Sussman made to the FBI under question is in regards to a client’s identity from when he allegedly advanced bogus claims about mythical secret communications between the Trump Organization and Russia’s Alfa Bank before the 2016 election. It was during a meeting with former FBI Counsel James Baker in 2016 that Sussmann allegedly “relayed data and analysis from cybersecurity researchers who claimed that odd internet data was evidence of back-channel communications.”
Susman is a partner at Perkins Coie, the law firm heavily relied upon by Hillary Clinton and the DNC. Perkins Coie also has ties to Fusion GPS, the firm that hired former British spy Christopher Steele, the man behind the discredited “Steele dossier” that compiled fictitious connections between Trump and the Russians.
Watch what Patel had to say below:
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