The Jan. 6 committee may be trying to ‘force Garland’s hand’ as he’s accused of holding back on Trump: writer

U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, Wikimedia Commons

When President Joe Biden picked Merrick Garland for U.S. attorney general, many critics of former President Donald Trump were hoping that the Department of Justice would pursue the wrongdoings of his administration aggressively.

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Attorney General Merrick Garland is covering up Democratic misdeeds

More evidence emerges that Attorney General Merrick Garland has allowed the Department of Justice to become outrageously politicized on behalf of liberal interests. Indeed, the nation’s chief law enforcement officer is breaking the law.
Nine months into the Biden presidency, Garland has yet to comply with a perfectly legitimate order issued by former President Donald Trump on his last day in office. The order, made in the worthy cause of public transparency, would declassify much of the material from the investigation into Russia’s efforts to help Trump win the presidency.

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Jonathan Turley: Is Durham circling Jake Sullivan? Special counsel may not be done with Biden admin official

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Washington was rocked last month by the sudden indictment of Michael Sussman, former counsel for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee, for his alleged role in spreading a false Russia conspiracy theory.
Special counsel John Durham – who is variously described as either painfully methodical or positively glacial as a prosecutor – reportedly was prompted to indict Sussman by an expiring statute of limitations.

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Jonathan Turley: Is Durham circling Jake Sullivan? Special counsel may not be done with Biden admin official

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Washington was rocked last month by the sudden indictment of Michael Sussman, former counsel for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee, for his alleged role in spreading a false Russia conspiracy theory.
Special counsel John Durham – who is variously described as either painfully methodical or positively glacial as a prosecutor – reportedly was prompted to indict Sussman by an expiring statute of limitations.

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Jonathan Turley: Is Durham circling Jake Sullivan? Special counsel may not be done with Biden admin official

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Washington was rocked last month by the sudden indictment of Michael Sussman, former counsel for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee, for his alleged role in spreading a false Russia conspiracy theory.
Special counsel John Durham – who is variously described as either painfully methodical or positively glacial as a prosecutor – reportedly was prompted to indict Sussman by an expiring statute of limitations.

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The Durham Indictment Fuels the Real Russia Hoax

U.S. Attorney John Durham speaks to reporters on the steps of U.S. District Court in New Haven, Connecticut.Bob Child/AP

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There’s a message buried in John Durham’s latest indictment — and it isn’t pretty

Last week, Special Counsel John Durham secured an indictment against an obscure cyber-lawyer and Democratic insider named Michael Sussmann for allegedly lying to the FBI about who his clients were when he relayed a tip about possible digital communication between the Trump Organization and Russia. Durham was appointed by Donald Trump to delve into the origins of the Trump/Russia investigation. Sussmann’s indictment appears to be the culmination of that probe, which has already dragged on for more than two years.
A grand jury only hears the prosecution’s side of the story.

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There’s a message buried in John Durham’s latest indictment — and it isn’t pretty

Last week, Special Counsel John Durham secured an indictment against an obscure cyber-lawyer and Democratic insider named Michael Sussmann for allegedly lying to the FBI about who his clients were when he relayed a tip about possible digital communication between the Trump Organization and Russia. Durham was appointed by Donald Trump to delve into the origins of the Trump/Russia investigation. Sussmann’s indictment appears to be the culmination of that probe, which has already dragged on for more than two years.
A grand jury only hears the prosecution’s side of the story.

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Jonathan Turley: The left wants to shut down the Durham probe. It needs to continue

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In Washington, there is no greater indication of wrongdoing than the number of people denouncing efforts to investigate it. The “nothing to see here” crowd went into hyperventilation last week when Special Counsel John Durham indicted a former Clinton campaign lawyer, Michael Sussmann. 
Legal experts who spent years validating every possible criminal charge against Donald Trump and his associates are now insisting that Durham needs to end his investigation.

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Jonathan Turley: The left wants to shut down the Durham probe. It needs to continue

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In Washington, there is no greater indication of wrongdoing than the number of people denouncing efforts to investigate it. The “nothing to see here” crowd went into hyperventilation last week when Special Counsel John Durham indicted a former Clinton campaign lawyer, Michael Sussmann. 
Legal experts who spent years validating every possible criminal charge against Donald Trump and his associates are now insisting that Durham needs to end his investigation.

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