Just days after it was revealed that Nancy Pelosi’s Capitol Police went in to a sitting Congressman’s office disguised as construction workers and took photos of sensitive congressional documents, a shocking story broke today that tech executives allied with the Clinton campaign abused their access to sensitive government data to spy on President Trump. Democrats have shown that they have no qualms with illegally using their positions of power to spy on and persecute Republican activists and politicians.
John Durham, an Ex United States Attorney was appointed as special counsel by Attorney General William Bar in 2020 to investigate the origins of the Russia probe spearheaded by the FBI. In September, Durham indicted attorney Michael Sussman for lying to the FBI after he presented bogus evidence to them linking President Trump to Alfa bank. The attorney claimed he was not representing a client during the meeting despite evidence evidence that has surfaced that him and his law firm were representing the Clinton campaign. The Gateway Pundit Reports–
“A new filing from Special Counsel John Durham reveals Perkins Coie allies connected to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign spied on Trump’s internet traffic – WHILE HE WAS PRESIDENT.
As previously reported, Hillary Clinton’s campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann was indicted last September for lying to the FBI.
According to the indictment, Sussmann falsely told James Baker he wasn’t doing work “for any client” when he asked for a meeting with the FBI where he presented bogus evidence the Trump Tower was secretly communicating with Kremlin-tied Alfa Bank.
A “tech executive,” who retained Sussmann as his lawyer, was referenced as “Tech Executive-1” in Sussmann’s indictment and was eventually identified as Rodney Joffe.
To this day, Rodney Joffe has not been indicted, however Friday’s filing from Durham sheds new light on Joffe’s spying on the Executive Office of the President.
Via Techno Fog’s SubStack: According to Durham, Joffe and his associates exploited internet data from “the Executive Office of the President of the United States” to further their own political agenda. They had come to possess this data as part of a “sensitive arrangement” with the U.S. government.”