GOP Rep Jim Jordan Raises Concern With Durham
The Durham probe has finally begun producing results. Durham is going after members of the Deep State and the Clinton campaign who were responsible for the Russia hoax.
There are still major questions that need to be answered for.
GOP Rep Jim Jordan is now questioning one assertion made by Durham – that is the FBI didn’t know who Sussman was representing. This would be one way to let the FBI off the hook.
GOP Rep. Jim Jordan isn’t buying one significant assertion about the FBI by special counsel John Durham in the prosecutor’s criminal inquiry into the origins and conduct of the Russia investigation.
The Ohio congressman revealed his “only concern” stemming from Durham’s indictment of Democratic cybersecurity lawyer Michael Sussmann, who is charged with lying to the FBI about who he was representing when, in September 2016, he presented internet data that suggested a now-discredited link between former President Donald Trump and a Russian bank.
“Somehow, Durham is saying that he doesn’t think the FBI knew who Sussmann was representing, but I just find that hard to believe,” Jordan told Just the News founder John Solomon on his Friday podcast.