TONIGHT 8pm ET 📺👉https://t.co/nT5simhWyH— Jan Jekielek 😷 (@JanJekielek) May 3, 2020
Former NSC chief-of-staff: There’s an unpublished @HouseIntel report stuck at @CIA since 2018 which contradicts the intelligence community assessment on Russian interference in the 2016 election.
@FredFleitz on @AmThoughtLeader🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/b9eDgg3h4t
UPDATE: I really should have added an explanation for why I find this important. The point of this is that the ICA was the justification for everything that came afterwards, it was the "proof" of what "everybody" claimed to know: That Trump had to be investigated for colluding with the Russians who had tried to help him win the election. It was behind the DNC hack narrative, the Wikileaks narrative, the Roger Stone persecution. But most of all it was behind the Mueller Witchhunt.
By revealing Brennan's dishonesty in overriding the CIA analysts Durham can use that as evidence of conspiratorial intent. It's an element of proving intent--not the whole ball of wax--but it's important in that respect. This explains why Durham has apparently spent so much time interviewing analysts who were part of the ICA team, and also why he wants to talk to Gina Haspel--if he hasn't done so already. Has she been concealing that report? She and Chris Wray may find themselves in the same or similar boats, very soon.