U.S. Attorney John Durham’s criminal investigation has turned towards ex-CIA Director John Brennan’s communications with ex-Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, conversations which may reveal important information on how they pushed the Steele dossier to the media. Judicial Watch’s recent investigations have revealed strong suspicions as to Brennan’s role in promoting the fraudulent FBI/DNC-funded dossier to the American people. Scroll down to read how Judicial Watch’s steadfast investigations into Spygate are shaping the ongoing Durham investigation.

From The Daily Mail:

Criminal probe into the Trump-Russia collusion investigation zeros in on Obama’s CIA director – (12/19/2019)

U.S. Attorney John H. Durham, the federal prosecutor probing the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation, is honing in on former CIA director John O. Brennan. Durham requested Brennan’s emails, call longs and other CIA documents.

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From Judicial Watch:

1.  Judicial Watch Sues for Communication Among James Clapper, John Brennan and CNN (3/27/2019)

Victor Davis Hanson noted: “Brennan, in May 2017, as an ex-CIA director, again almost certainly did not tell the truth to Congress when he testified in answer to Rep. Tray Gowdy’s questions that he neither knew who had commissioned the Steele dossier nor had the CIA relied on its contents for any action.”

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2. John Brennan Was a “Key Guy” Pushing This Fraudulent Dossier (7/30/2019)

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton: “It’s pretty clear [John] Brennan was one of the key guys pushing this fraudulent dossier. I don’t trust anything those [intelligence] agencies have said about the Russiagate scandal.”

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3. Obama Knew About CIA Chief John Brennan’s Illicit Anti-Trump Targeting Scheme! (5/14/2019)

Joe diGenova: “This is Brennan’s Rosemary’s Baby. John Brennan started this. He hated Trump, and he used the powerful tools of the United States intelligence community to weaponize intelligence.”

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