Kash Patel Predicts Six Months and John Durham Could Bring Indictments


Posted originally on the conservative tree house on October 3, 2021 | Sundance | 169 Comments

CTH begins every review of the Durham news with the following disclaimer:  If Special Counsel John Durham was going to reveal what optimistic folks proclaim as possible; how is Durham going to handle the reality that Robert Mueller’s entire existence was in place to hide it?…  Notably, Kash Patel was not asked that question.

Kash Patel appears on Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo to discuss the latest developments in the John Durham probe.   Patel formerly worked on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) with Chairman Devin Nunes, and was one of the key figures who authored the Nunes memo in early 2018.

Mr. Patel is optimistic in his discussion with Council on Foreign Relations member, Maria Bartiromo, and states that from his experience large conspiracy indictments can take several years to assemble.  Patel believes Special Prosecutor John Durham, now 30 months into his investigation, is working his way through the investigative material and could bring indictments against DOJ and FBI government insiders in roughly six months or more.

Patel’s perspective should make the ‘trusty planners’ very happy.   CTH does not have that same level of optimism or positive perspective for the primary reason of Robert Mueller.  However, presumably Kash Patel would know much more accurately about what took place from his central position next to Chairman Devin Nunes (2017/2018/2019), then next to Director of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe (2020), and then next to Acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller (’20/’21).  WATCH:

I would really like to see anyone ask this question:  If John Durham is going to reveal what many folks say is possible; how is Durham going to handle the issues with Robert Mueller and Andrew Weissmann who were put in place to hide it?

Additionally, oddly… or not…. Maria Bartiromo never asked Mr. Patel his opinion on the recently released OIG investigation of FISA files.

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