More strawman slaying from the paper that did more than any other to peddle the Russia hoax. Russia hoaxers, not conservatives, falsely claimed Mifsud was a Russian spy. In reality, Mifsud was a Western intel asset, not specifically a U.S./FBI one. https://t.co/YTAtjejNXB— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) December 4, 2019
It's just amazing. WaPo definitely did not have a headline like this when Mueller debunked the "left-wing theory" of a Trump-Russia conspiracy or the one about Trump's team being full of Russian agents. https://t.co/feo5h5iQpK pic.twitter.com/vmXW7jiYkZ— Chuck Ross (@ChuckRossDC) December 5, 2019
The draft, though, is not final. The inspector general has yet to release any conclusions, and The Washington Post has not reviewed Horowitz’s entire report, even in draft form. It is also unclear whether Durham has shared the entirety of his findings and evidence with the inspector general or merely answered a specific question.
You know that the data part is final. What's not final is almost certainly what conclusions to draw, how to frame those conclusions, etc. This would fit with Hannity's claim that discussions between Horowitz and Barr are ongoing.