Special Counsel John Durham to Testify on FBI’s Russia Probe to House Committees

Special Counsel John Durham is scheduled to testify before the House Intelligence Committee in a closed session on June 20, followed by a public hearing before the Judiciary Committee on June 21. The hearings will focus on Durham’s report regarding the FBI’s investigation into alleged collusion between former President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign and Russian officials.

Rep. Troy Nehls (R-Texas) confirmed the Judiciary Committee hearing date, emphasizing that accountability is forthcoming. National Review noted that it has been nearly four years since Attorney General Bill Barr appointed Durham as special counsel to investigate the origins of the Russian collusion probe.

In his recently released report, Durham concluded that the Department of Justice and the FBI lacked substantial evidence of collusion. He also highlighted that the Crossfire Hurricane investigation heavily relied on unverified and uncorroborated intelligence, often provided by Trump’s political opponents.

According to Rep. Ben Cline, a member of the Judiciary Committee, Durham’s testimony will shed light on how the FBI deceived the American public and the extent of corruption within intelligence agencies. Cline expects Durham to expose the FBI’s use of the debunked Steele dossier and the abuse of FISA warrants to surveil the Trump campaign in 2016.

Richard Shaw
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