Merrick Garland Accused of Blocking Durham from Charging Russia Hoax Conspirators

Democrat President Joe Biden’s Attorney General Merrick Garland is accused of blocking efforts by Special Counsel John Durham to charge conspirators in the Russia Hoax.

On Friday, former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes weighed in on the Russiagate case during an appearance on Fox News’s “Hannity.”

“Something else going on with Durham,” Nunes told host Sean Hannity.

“He has put systematically the FBI on trial here.

“He has showed us that there were so many people that were not just working for the Clinton campaign and the DNC.

“They also happen to be working for the FBI or later after the fact.

“They start to work for the FBI when they know that they’re actually liars… and they’re not credible.”

“So, I think what’s happening here, that Durham is being blocked, and I don’t say this lightly,” he added.

“He is being blocked by somebody within the Department of Justice, or he cannot bring the charges that should be brought right now.

“And those are charges of conspiracy, of lying to Congress, misleading Congress, defrauding the government…”

“He has probable cause, how…” Nunes said.

“Could he possibly be blocked?” Hannity asked.

“I just don’t see how he hasn’t been able to bring very basic charges,” Nunes said.

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“I mean, there are so many people that simply lied to Congress and misled Congress.”

Nunes argues that people have to “go to jail” to restore trust in the FBI.

“If people do not go to jail, the trust in the FBI is going to even further down with Republicans and conservatives in this country.”

He also said calls for changing or disbanding the FBI will get “louder and louder” if Special Counsel John Durham is not allowed to bring charges.

Nunes argued that Durham “has got the goods on many people in the FBI, and the Department of Justice, and the Clinton campaign, and the DNC.”


According to former Fox News producer Kyle Becker, investigative reporter Paul Sperry revealed on Friday that Nunes was referring to former FBI Director James Comey and former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

“Former House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes alleged on Fox tonight that Attorney General Garland has ‘blocked’ Special Counsel Durham from bringing criminal conspiracy charges against former FBI officials Comey and McCabe, who certified fraudulent FISA warrants to spy on a Trump adviser,” Sperry wrote.

Special Counsel John Durham and his team have been interviewing witnesses in the trial of Igor Danchenko.

The court trial has revealed a number of disturbing facts about the Crossfire Hurricane investigation into purported Trump-Russia collusion.

Dossier author Christopher Steele’s “primary source” Igor Danchenko was paid over $200,000 as a human asset for the FBI. Danchenko was suspected of working with Russian intelligence, but efforts to further verify his background were stifled.

Even the request to give him a polygraph test to check if he was lying to the bureau was shut down.

A judge on Friday nonetheless threw out one of five charges against Igor Danchenko in a major setback for Durham’s investigation.

“The judge dropped one of the five false-statement charges, specifically pertaining to the allegation that Danchenko lied to the FBI about speaking with a Democratic operative about the anti-Trump dossier,” CNN reported.

“Danchenko has pleaded not guilty.”

“District Judge Anthony Trenga said in court Friday that Danchenko’s answer to the FBI interviewer ‘was literally true’ and that Durham’s case on that specific charge was too weak to send to the jury,” the report added.

As Slay News previously reported, it emerged during court testimony this week that Barack Obama’s FBI offered British spy Christopher Steele up to $1 million to find “dirt” on President Donald Trump.

Steele was the author of the salacious anti-Trump “dossier” that bore his name.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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