AG Barr Meets with Attorney Investigating Origins of Russian Collusion Probe

With the Mueller investigation over and the mainstream media still obsessed with how Attorney General William Barr is handling the Trump/Russia hoax on the American people, it could be that the real names to watch have been all but forgotten.

In April of this year, Barr appointed longtime Justice Department official, who was currently serving as the U.S. Attorney for the state of Connecticut, John Durham to head up an investigation into the origins of the FBI’s probe into Russian collusion.

It’s clear now that the FBI’s probe was based on faulty evidence provided by anti-Trump sources. Barr wants to know if that evidence and those sources were doing this to keep Trump out of the White House or if the FBI was acting in good faith to keep the American people safe.

Durham’s investigation is reportedly going quite well and Barr has said he is pleased with Durham’s efforts so far. Durham is also tasked with finding out how far up the chain of command the request to investigate Donald Trump went. Did former president Barack Obama order an investigation into a candidate that was a political rival of his? Durham will tell us.

Watch the video to find out what else Durham is looking into when it comes to the Russian collusion hoax. You’ll get all the details on everything that is going on and what we are likely to find out when Durham offers his findings to the public.

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