CIA Officials Start Lawyering Up After DOJ Expands Russian Probe

CIA Officials Start Lawyering Up After DOJ Expands Russian Probe

Attorney General William Barr has “significantly” expanded the investigation into the Russian probe which involves both former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and former CIA Director John Brennan.

In doing so, the CIA has now started hiring lawyers to help with the matter because they know that big dog Barr is on their trail and they need some protection, so they’re lawyering up.

According to The Daily Wire,

Reports that Barr greenlighted the expansion of Durham’s investigation into the origins of the Russia investigation began to circulate a few weeks ago, but the specific claim that Clapper and Brennan were of interest appears to be a new detail from NBC’s sources. Also new is NBC’s description of the response of CIA analysts reportedly targeted in the review.

“Durham has also requested to talk to CIA analysts involved in the intelligence assessment of Russia’s activities, prompting some of them to hire lawyers, according to three former CIA officials familiar with the matter,” NBC reports, noting that sources say there is “tension between the CIA and the Justice Department over what classified documents Durham can examine.”

Isn’t it funny how the tides have changed? First, we had the investigation launched by Democrats into Russian interference ran by mob boss and former FBI Director James Comey. Then Comey was fired and Mueller took over the investigation. Through two years and $30 million of waste, the report revealed that “the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.”

But the Democrats as stupid as they are ended up digging up dirt on themselves that is leaving them severely exposed. We now have dozens of people being investigated and some even charged. Plus we have Joe Biden and his son Hunter caught up in Ukrainian corruption with a quid pro quo.

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