According to a recent poll, most Democrats agree that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton must be investigated by special counsel John Durham for her alleged role in ginning up fake dirt on former President Donald Trump by attempting to tie him to Russia.
A survey conducted by TechnoMetrica Institute of Policy and Politics in New Jersey discovered that 66% of Democrat respondents agree that Hillary Clinton should be questioned about her role in what’s shaping up to be a Watergate level scandal.
The figure is up a full 22% from October of last year, showing that Democrats are increasingly concerned about the results of Durham’s probe into the FBI’s early stages of investigation regarding alleged 2016 election interference from Russia.
The poll, which surveyed 1,308 Americans, also found that 74% of Independents and 91% of Republicans support further questioning of Clinton on the matter, and was taken before the revelations of this week’s announcement that detailed the incredible degree of involvement the Clinton campaign had in generating the false narrative.
In a motion filed on Saturday, Durham alleged that a tech company was paid by the Clinton presidential campaign to infiltrate servers at Trump Towers, Trump’s Central Park West Apartment, and the White House, in order to probe for possible links to the Kremlin. The goal of the mining services conducted by the tech company was to create “a narrative” or “inference” that tied the former President to Russia.
The filing was made in the case against former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussman who has been charged with feeding false information to the FBI. Sussman has been charged with allegedly claiming to not be representing a client when he ‘tipped’ the FBI about purported secret communications between Trump Tower and Russian Alfa Bank.
The allegations of Sussman were debunked, and Durham’s investigation discovered that he was actually employed by the Clinton campaign at the time he contacted the FBI.
Trump issued a statement damning the Clinton administration for their misconduct: “This is a scandal far greater in scope and magnitude than Watergate and those who were involved in and knew about this spying operation should be subject to criminal prosecution …in a stronger period of time in our country. This crime would have been punishable by death.”
Author: Lillian Green