Former California Republican congressman Devin Nunes believes Donald Trump was framed by political operatives when they could not “find anything” on the 45th President after reportedly spying on him.
On February 11, 2022, Special Counsel John Durham filed the government’s motion to inquire into potential conflicts of interest in the Michael Sussmann case — alleging that lawyers from Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2016 had paid to “infiltrate” servers belonging to Trump Tower and later the White House, in order to establish an “inference” and “narrative” to bring to federal government agencies linking Donald Trump to Russia.
“Let me just simplify this,” Devin Nunes said Tuesday evening on Fox News’ “Hannity”. “What they did is they spied on a presidential candidate and then the president of the United States.”
“When they didn’t find anything, they made it up,” Nunes explained. “And they framed a sitting president of the United States, and tried — and got you know, the whole Mueller investigation. That’s what happened, that’s what really what happened here. It’s really that simple.”
Nunes also said that “Tech Executive-1”, who is identified in Durham’s filing, “was clearly working with highly sensitive government contracts and had bragged about supposedly going to get a top cyber security job in the incoming Clinton administration”.
“I think that kind of sums up everything people need to know about this,” he added. Video Below
— The Dirty Truth (Josh) (@AKA_RealDirty) February 16, 2022
Rodney Joffe (identified as Tech Executive-1 in the Michael Sussmann indictment and in the latest filing discussing the conflict) exploited proprietary – and perhaps classified – data provided by DARPA to further their own political attacks, and how that might result in charges. It was later confirmed that two former DARPA employees have given grand jury testimony.
According to Durham, Joffe and his associates exploited internet data from “the Executive Office of the President of the United States” to further their own political agenda. They had come to possess this data as part of a “sensitive arrangement” with the U.S. government.
This wasn't limited to the Office of the President of the U.S.
They also exploited data from Trump Tower, another Trump building, and a "healthcare provider."
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) February 12, 2022
Mr. Nunes had more to say over the matter on Wednesday:
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