I've repeated several times my view that John Durham almost certainly believes that he has unfinished business with the Mueller FBI. The Comey FBI was really little more than a continuation of the Mueller FBI, and the Team Mueller SCO was, to a significant degree, a resurrection of the Mueller FBI to defend the Deep State against the existential threat of a fully functional Trump administration.
Techno Fog today has a pair of tweets that provide a sort of snapshot of that Durham v. Mueller dynamic. It very simply illustrates the very different understanding the two men have of the injunction to "do justice." These two tweets will also, hopefully, buoy confidence in Durham as we await results--buoy confidence that Durham is doing all in his power to "do justice." He is not the man to easily allow these crimes to go unpunished or to pull up short when he's on the trail. Please excuse my clumsy embedding job:
I don't know what John Durham will do. But I can add perspective.— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) September 23, 2020
Keep in mind -
In 2000, he uncovered evidence the FBI framed 4 innocent men for murder.
Durham has already exposed one of the biggest scandals in FBI history. Don't think he's shy. pic.twitter.com/lRenNUtm7E
Durham's efforts - he went right to the courts and to their attorneys - freed the two surviving men from prison.— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) September 23, 2020
Meanwhile, Mueller's FBI was arguing the exculpatory evidence didn't mean the men were innocent. 🤔
"Do justice." pic.twitter.com/XLHEvx8ek4