diGenova: What you have going on right now, is, this is the Durham effect. It's like a halo. What's happening is, [Durham] is clearly investigating FBI officials and DoJ officials from the Obama era, along with Intelligence officials, for a conspiracy to violate the civil rights of Flynn, the President, and others and also to defraud the citizens of the United States. From that little letter [transmitting the Brady material] from the US Attorney in the Eastern District of Missouri we now learn a *boatload* about what Durham is doing. [comment about Durham hiring *former* FBI agents, not just current ones detailed to him]
And in the middle of all this is David Ignatius of the Washington Post, who was the source of the famous story about Flynn's telephone call with Kislyak, the Russian Ambassador, about sanctions. It's unraveling. I expect charges--some against individuals, some as part of the conspiracy. A number of things. So, big week last week, a lot going on.
Vince: Why would Durham hire *former* FBI agents?
diGenova: Particular skills, and because he knows them. When you're doing something like this, which is *very* sensitive, and very *difficult,*--because this is a leak investigation as well as another type of criminal investigation--you need people you can trust. ...
Mary: I question why it took so long for Flynn's attorneys to get this Brady evidence. ... We thought when President Trump became President and he puts his new people in and, listen, I get that we had to go through the whole thing with Jeff Sessions and hadda wait for the Mueller Report to come out, but it's been months since the Mueller report came out. Why now? Why has it taken so long?
diGenova: Because it's coming to a breaking point. The Attorney General has tried to be patient and he's also tried to tamp down criticism by making a few statements, as you've seen, in the last week about how *serious* the investigation is, about how it's beyond just "troubling", it was serious, serious, violations of the law as far as he's concerned.
In order to do that, in order to get to that point, you've gotta be locked and loaded from your investigation standpoint. You've gotta get people interviewed, you've gotta get people locked in on their testimony so that if they change their testimony later they can be prosecuted later for false statements--the *real, proper* use of false statements, not the phony Mueller/Weissmann use.
And remember--What Durham is doing, he is *deconstructing* the Mueller/Weissmann inquiry. This investigation by Durham will show conclusively that the Mueller/Weissmann investigation was a fraud. That it was never intended to find a crime. That it was intended to *entrap* the President, to get an impeachment for a false statement if he gave an interview. Which, of course, his lawyers and lawyers like us told him *never* to do, never give that information. ...
It's taking time because he's destroying Mueller as he makes the case against Clapper, Brennan, Comey, and Sally Yates and others. This is a big deal. He's actually investigating the greatest crime in American history.
As we've discussed here in the past, Durham is almost certainly a man on a mission. Years ago he was thwarted in his investigation of Mueller's corruption in Boston, and then saw Mueller rise to great heights in the Deep State--finally being designated by the Deep State to defenestrate the President of the United States.
Hmmm. I wonder what Rod Rosenstein is up to these days?