A former DNI staffer told Durham that there is "enough evidence in the Trump-Russia investigation to charge SEVERAL people."

A former DNI staffer told Durham that there is “enough evidence in the Trump-Russia investigation to charge SEVERAL people.”

Trump-era Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe says there is “enough evidence” to indict “several individuals” linked to the origins of the investigation into Russia’s involvement in the former president’s campaign.

Ratcliffe told Special Counsel John Durham, Fox News sources told Fox News that the allegations may be related to Hillary Clinton’s lawyers hacking into Trump’s servers to try to fabricate links to his campaign and the Kremlin to divert attention from her own email scandal.

Clinton allegedly approved “a plan involving U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump and Russian hackers obstructing U.S. elections as a means of distracting the public from its use of a private mail server,” according to the CIA counterintelligence operations chief (CIOL), first made public when heavily redacted the version was declassified in October 2020.

The September 2016 memo was passed from the CIA to the FBI to the attention of then FBI Director James Comey and then Deputy Assistant Director of Counterintelligence Peter Strzok.

A source familiar with the matter told Fox that Ratcliffe privately raised concerns about directing CIOL specifically to Comey and Strjok.

Trump's Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe (pictured above December 12, 2020) told Special Counsel John Durham that there was

Trump’s Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe (pictured above December 12, 2020) told Special Counsel John Durham that there was “enough evidence” to charge “several people” connected to the origins of the Trump and Russia investigation.

Come after the high-profile report that says Hillary Clinton hired people to hack Trump Tower and the White House servers to fabricate links between Trump and Russia.  Ratcliffe, according to a report released on Monday, pointed to a declassified September 2016 memo in which Clinton approved Trump's plan to collude with Russian hackers to

Come after the high-profile report that says Hillary Clinton hired people to hack Trump Tower and the White House servers to fabricate links between Trump and Russia. Ratcliffe, according to a report released on Monday, pointed to a declassified September 2016 memo in which Clinton approved Trump’s plan to collude with Russian hackers to “distract the public from her use of a private email server.”

Ratcliffe met with Durham more than once, Monday’s report said, and shared his assessment that multiple people could be charged with a crime in the events that eventually led to Trump’s first impeachment, which saw him acquitted by the Senate. .

Before becoming Trump’s Director of National Intelligence, Ratcliffe served as U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Texas, and after that he was a Congressman for Texas’s 4th congressional district.

A growing chorus of Democrats believe Clinton should be questioned by Durham for her alleged role in the Russian secret server scandal in a poll conducted before the sensational revelations that her team was spying on the Trump campaign.

According to a poll last month, 66 percent of Democrats wanted Clinton to be interrogated, a whopping 22 percentage points higher than the number of her party members demanding an investigation last October, according to a study by the TechnoMetrica Institute for Politics and Policy (TIPP).

The number of Republicans demanding answers is also on the rise, rising to 91 percent in January from 80 percent in October last year. Among the independent crowd, those who would like to investigate the former secretary of state rose from 65 percent to 74 percent.

Both surveys were completed before Special Counsel John Durham released a high-profile report last week alleging that the Clinton team tried to spy on former President Trump’s computer servers in an unsuccessful attempt to link him to Russia.

The number of Democrats who want 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to be questioned by Special Counsel John Durham over the secret server scandal in Russia has skyrocketed in recent months.

The number of Democrats who want 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to be questioned by Special Counsel John Durham over the secret server scandal in Russia has skyrocketed in recent months.

Clinton, 74, is accused of hiring a technical term to “infiltrate” servers at Trump Tower and the White House during the 2016 presidential campaign.

The New Jersey polling company surveyed 1,308 Americans.

According to a recently released document from Durham, the goal was to try to smear Trump by linking him to Russia. The Clinton campaign has repeatedly accused Trump of using a secret server to communicate with the Russians, although this claim has never been proven.

Durham was appointed by then Attorney General William Barr as Special Counsel to the U.S. Department of Justice in October 2020, while Trump was president.

He continues to investigate a case that is sure to anger the supporters of the 45th President.

Special Counsel John Durham

Special Counsel John Durham

Durham’s motion, which was filed Friday, looked like a potential conflict of interest against former Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussman, who was charged with making false statements to a federal agent. Sussman pleaded not guilty to the charges.

Former chief investigator of the Trump-Russia investigation for the House Intelligence Committee, Kash Patel, said Friday’s documents “conclusively showed that Hillary Clinton’s campaign was directly funded and ordered her lawyers at Perkins Coie to set up a criminal enterprise to fabricate a connection between President Trump.” and Russia,” according to Fox News.

According to Durham, this arrangement was put into action in July 2016, meaning that Hillary Clinton’s campaign and her lawyers orchestrated the most intricate and coordinated conspiracy against Trump, when he was a candidate and then President of the United States, while perpetuating false accusations. Fake Steele Dossier, Patel told Fox.

Clinton lost the 2016 election to 45th President Donald Trump, who was accused of using secret servers to communicate with Russia's allies.

Clinton lost the 2016 election to 45th President Donald Trump, who was accused of using secret servers to communicate with Russia’s allies.

Trump, in a statement on Sunday, compared the alleged espionage to the infamous Watergate scandal that ousted Richard Nixon.

“What Hillary Clinton and the radical left Democrats have done regarding spying on the President of the United States, even when he was in office, is a much more serious crime than Watergate,” Trump said.

“It will be interesting to see how this was covered in the media and what Mitch McConnell and RINO will do about it. This is an insult to the Republican Party, but a much greater insult to our nation.”

On Saturday, Trump erupted in vehement criticism, saying the behavior of the Clinton team once deserved to be executed after Durham filed a lawsuit explaining the alleged hack.

He said: “In a stronger period of time in our country, this crime would have been punishable by death. In addition, reparations must be paid to those in our country who have suffered from this.”

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