William Barr Appoints US Attorney to Look into Origins of FBI Probe

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Attorney General William Barr has assigned the United States attorney in Connecticut to look into the origins of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s probe into the Trump campaign, according to reports.

Barr has appointed John Durham for the assignment, according to the New York Times. Durham has a history of investigating potential wrongdoing among national security officials.

Barr sent shockwaves through Washington after he acknowledged earlier this year during a hearing that he would review the origins of the FBI’s investigation into the Trump campaign, and again when he referred to those activities as “spying.”

Specifically, he has said he wants to review whether the FBI had appropriate predicate for spying on the Trump campaign, for example, when it sought a surveillance warrant against former campaign adviser Carter Page. Read the rest of this article HERE.

The video clip below is from Monday night’s Ingraham Angle on Fox News:

More Than One Obama Deep State Spy Inside Trump Campaign

 

Former Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino joined Tucker Carlson on Friday to discuss the stunning revelation the the Obama DOJ had a spy working inside the opposition candidate’s campaign. There is now evidence that a spy was working inside the Trump campaign and reporting back to the Obama DOJ. Dan Bongino said there was likely more than one spy inside the Trump campaign.

Published by James Hoft