We have been hearing whispers of this, but the whispers are now getting louder…
According to John Solomon of Just The News, John Durham’s next target will be the F.B.I. This analysis appears to be spot on, as reports that Brian Auten is linked to Igor Danchenko and Durham’s next case have surfaced.
John Durham’s ongoing investigation has exposed the F.B.I. sufficiently, yet the bureau shows no sign of coming clean with the general public.
Sussmann may have been found not guilty, but he served his purpose insomuch as evidence and testimony are concerned…
Here are the latest updates:
ICYMI — Brian Auten, FBI analyst accused of wrongly labeling evidence about Hunter Biden as disinformation, has been linked to John Durham's upcoming Danchenko trial.
Auten interviewed Igor Danchenko, the main source for British ex-spy Christopher Steele's discredited dossier.
— The Real Toria Brooke (@realtoriabrooke) July 27, 2022
Russiagate Prober Couldn't Verify Anything in the Steele Dossier Yet Said Nothing for Years | RealClearInvestigations
John Durham: The special counsel zeroes in on the FBI's Crossfire Hurricane probe, Brian Auten (top photo) has reportedly lawyered up.
— Mr. D 1776 (@MrD81344553) July 27, 2022
According to Conservative Brief:
Solomon explained that he believes Durham is dealing with “two buckets.”
In one “bucket,” there are the last two indictments against officials who were connected to Hillary Clinton and their plan to feed the FBI false information about Trump-Russia conspiracies.
Solomon said the other “bucket” focuses on the FBI and whether agents knowingly mislead the FISA court to obtain warrants to spy on members of Trump’s 2016 campaign.
John Solomon believes that the next target of Durham will be the FBI 🤔
— nancy 🍊man good (@NancyCoats57) August 1, 2022
"Just The News founder John Solomon thinks Jordan is on the correct path, arguing recently that he also believes that Durham is preparing to go after the FBI." https://t.co/bWuMhc8BRf
— MOS5811 (@MOS58111) May 17, 2022
The problem with Durham’s prosecution of Sussmann is that the evidence presented to the jury would be better suited to a trial of the former leadership of the FBI.
For example, after field agents looked at the white papers and dismissed them as shoddy research, a senior manager from FBI headquarters told them to keep the probe open as a counterintelligence investigation, noting that FBI leadership was keenly interested.
What do you all think?
At this point, I wonder if Durham is real, and I cannot be the only one.