Former DNI John Ratcliffe Bombshells: Says Obama, Biden knew about Clinton Campaign Targeting Trump Tower, White House: Durham Has ‘Enough Evidence To Convict Many People

Former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said that former President Barack Obama, then Vice President Joe Biden and others in Obama’s national security and intelligence apparatus were aware of the campaign’s efforts. Hillary Clinton in 2016 aimed to “infiltrate” internet servers at Trump Tower and later at the White House after Donald Trump hit her.

Furthermore, Ratcliffe says that special counsel John Durham has found enough evidence to charge “many people” in connection with his ongoing investigation into the origins of the ‘Russiagate’ counterintelligence operation against Trump campaign in Obama’s final year in office, Daily Mail report Monday.

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Ratcliffe said former CIA Director John Brennan told Obama and then-President and Vice President Biden in 2016 about allegations that Clinton was trying to fabricate Trump’s connections to Russia to distract from the scandal. Controversy regarding her deleted emails.

The former DNI also told Fox News Digital on Monday that there was ‘enough evidence’ to charge ‘many people’ in Special Counsel John Durham’s investigation into the origins of the Russia investigation into the former President. Donald Trump.

It follows Durham’s bombshell required in legal records Over the weekend, the Clinton campaign paid a company that targeted servers in Trump Tower to create a fake scandal while he was still in office.

Clinton allegedly approved during the 2016 election ‘a scheme involving US presidential candidate Donald Trump and Russian hackers obstructing the US election as a means of distracting the public from her use a private email server’, according to the CIA Counterintelligence Operations (CIOL) Chief. was revealed when a heavily redacted version was declassified in October 2020.

On Monday morning, Trump issued a brief statement about Durham’s findings.

“I have been proven right about espionage and I will be proven right around 2020!” he say.

Ratcliffe made his remarks in an interview with Fox News earlier in the day.

“What did John Brennan say to President Obama in the Oval Office in 2016?” anchor Bill Hemmer asked.

“Well, I can talk about this because this part is declassified,” began Ratcliffe, who was serving as a Republican from Texas when he agreed to be Trump’s Director of National Intelligence.

“He informed President Obama and Vice President Biden and other members of the national security team about specific intelligence John Durham currently has about Hillary Clinton’s plan to falsely accuse and defame her. vilify Donald Trump with a scandal, and the discussion surrounding that and whether or not it’s good intelligence,” he continued.

“And so everything that happened after that is one of the reasons that John Durham is investigating,” Ratcliffe said. “Those are the issues that John Durham is looking at and I think there will be many more.

“I expect a few more indictments because of that. There wasn’t an appropriate predicate to begin that investigation and John Durham said it publicly,” Ratcliffe noted.

Daily Mail adds:

Brennan was questioned by Special Counsel John Durham’s team for eight hours in August 2020 as part of an ongoing investigation, specifically focusing on whether the former CIA director pushed for a more blunt assessment. about Russian motives or not.

Ratcliffe told Durham, sources told Fox News, that the indictments may involve Clinton’s attorneys hacking Trump’s servers to try to forge ties to his campaign and the Telegraph. The Kremlin aimed to distract from her own email scandal.

A source familiar with the matter told Fox that Ratcliffe had privately raised concerns about CIOL directing their memo specifically to Comey and Strzok.

Ratcliffe met Durham more than once and shared his assessment that many could be impeached in the events that ultimately led to Trump’s first impeachment, in which he was acquitted by the Senate.

According to Fox News, that first report on Durham’s record:

Durham filed a petition on February 11 focusing on potential conflicts of interest involving representatives of former Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussman, who has been accused of making claims wrong with a federal agent. Sussman has pleaded not guilty.

The indictment against Sussman says he told then-FBI General Counsel James Baker in September 2016, less than two months before the 2016 presidential election, that he was not working “for anyone.” any client” when he requested and held a meeting where he presented “Purposeful data and a “white paper” that allegedly demonstrated a secret channel of communication” between the Trump Organization and Alfa Bank, which has ties to the Kremlin.

11 filing under the section titled “Facts,” Durham said that Sussman “gathered and referred charges to the FBI on behalf of at least two specific clients, including a director Technology Executive (Tech Executive 1) in the United States. internet-based company (Internet Company 1) and the Clinton campaign. ”

The filing notes that Sussman’s “payment records reflect” that he “repeatedly billed the Clinton Campaign for his work on the Bank of Russia-1 allegations.”

It also shows that Tech Executive 1 and Sussman met and spoke with another law partner who served as General Counsel for the Clinton campaign. That attorney, the sources said, was Marc Elias, who had worked at the law firm Perkins Coie, which allegedly authorized “Steele Dossier.” Former DNI John Ratcliffe Bombshells: Says Obama, Biden knew about Clinton Campaign Targeting Trump Tower, White House: Durham Has ‘Enough Evidence To Convict Many People

James Brien

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