Prosecutor Durham Peeved Over Lack of Whistleblowers in Probe of FBI’s Gen. Flynn Frame Up

Not only is it remarkable that nobody hit the alarm button while rogue FBI agents laid a trap for Michael Flynn, special prosecutor John Durham is peeved that not one whistleblower came forward. None at all, ever. One thing stands out from that like a neon sign, the only use members of the Deep State have for whistleblowing is when it can be used as a weapon against the right.” – Red State

During the 2016 election cycle, the upper-echelon of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Justice Department (DOJ) plotted to stop a Trump win and, once he was inaugurated, they plotted to remove him from the White House. Although commentators such as Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham, and several others repeatedly remind Americans that 99% of the FBI agents are non-partisan and honest, not one of the thousands of FBI agents or DOJ attorneys came forward to accuse their agency and its hierarchy of unethical and/or illegal activity. Not one of thousands

Why were there no whistleblowers during the Trump-Clinton presidential race in 2016, during President Donald Trump’s impeachment hearings on charges he colluded with Russian President Vladimir Putin to sabotage Hillary Clinton’s campaign; during the frame ups of Lt. General Michael Flynn and political consultant Roger Stone; and the second round of impeachment hearings on charges that Trump sought quid pro quo with the Ukraine president to investigate Democratic Party 2020 presidential candidate, Joe Biden?

Sources familiar with John Durham’s investigation told Fox News that when the U.S. Attorney reviewed recently unsealed documents indicating that retired Lieutenant General Michael Flynn was entrapped into lying to the FBI, he was “disturbed that no whistleblowers came forward.”

It should have happened right away. Durham calls it “remarkable” that nobody felt uncomfortable enough to speak up “at the onset.” There isn’t a single shred of doubt that “more than a few officials” knew exactly what was going on, “including support staff.”

They knew it was wrong and they didn’t seem to mind. Recently discovered notes kept by FBI agent Bill Priestap “could be sufficient for some charges against agents.” They consider this a “serious case.” The FBI branch of the Hillary Clinton fan club cheered them on.

Joe diGenova (Right), with his wife, former Department of Justice attorney, appearing on the Fox News show “Lou Dobbs.”

According to Joe diGenova, there are whistleblowers now. At least one mole inside the FBI “is leaking to the press about the current conduct of FBI Director Christopher Wray and his general counsel, Dana Boente.” The former U.S. Attorney calls it “fascinating” to learn that “Chris Wray and Dana Boente did everything they could to prevent the stuff from the Missouri U.S. attorney from being given to Flynn’s attorney.” He calls it “the beginning of a very ugly story.”

DiGenova compares it to the dark and tangled plot of a Russian novel, “It’s even better than Dostoyevsky.” James Baker seems to have “flipped.” FBI’s former General Counsel was obviously in Durham’s cross hairs from the beginning. “He was a target, is now understandably cooperating because he was looking at a boatload of criminal charges.”

The notes that made Baker break ranks with the Deep State were the same ones that “Chris Wray and Dana Boente did not want turned over to General Flynn,” the current whistleblowers indicate

Word around the water cooler is that the president is considering a pardon for Michael Flynn, his former security adviser. He already mentioned that he would be welcome working in the White House again. With what was just disclosed in recent days, a pardon likely won’t be needed. He’s about to be cleared of wrongdoing.

The “empty-suit” FBI Director Christopher Wray has disappointed many Americans. He should also be investigated as part of Durham’s probe.

A pardon would be spun by the left to make it seem like the president was some sort of co-conspirator, while “exoneration by judicial process” is nothing to sneeze at. “It would have more value from a public policy standpoint if the courts do it. Obviously if that happens then the exoneration has credibility.”

The criminal investigation is expected to wrap up sometime during the summer, as soon as they are certain that they have enough solid evidence to bring charges. “If they don’t have it, they’re not going to bring it. But they think they’ve got it.”



Jim Kouri, CPP, is founder and CEO of Kouri Associates, a homeland security, public safety and political consulting firm. He's formerly Fifth Vice-President, now a Board Member of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, a columnist, and a contributor to the nationally syndicated talk-radio program, the Chuck Wilder Show.. He's former chief of police at a New York City housing project in Washington Heights nicknamed "Crack City" by reporters covering the drug war in the 1980s. In addition, he served as director of public safety at St. Peter's University and director of security for several major organizations. He's also served on the National Drug Task Force and trained police and security officers throughout the country.

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