Durham is preparing a series of indictments, according to Just The News founder John Solomon’s sources. A key member of the FBI leadership who was close to fired Director James Comey and fired counterintelligence agent Peter Strzok has reportedly turned and is providing investigators with the goods, so to speak.
Solomon made his remarks about Durham’s probe in an interview Sunday with Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo.
“It’s a very active criminal case, a lot of witnesses, a lot of negotiations with lawyers,” Solomon began.
“The big news is that a former member of Comey-[fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew] McCabe inner circle, one of the senior FBI executives — I don’t know which one yet — one of them has begun cooperating and that’s opened up a tremendous amount of internal knowledge” regarding the “nuances” and other details around the origins of Russigate, Solomon said.
“Very big breakthrough for John Durham,” he added.
Bartiromo responded by noting that, earlier in her program, former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said he met with Barr and Durham more than a year ago and that all three had decided there was no “predicate” — no reason — to launch any ‘Russian collusion’ probe into the Trump campaign, meaning that the Obama regime allowed one to go forward for purely political reasons.
“That’s absolutely true,” Solomon said. “In fact, I’ve had many experts I’ve had look at it have come to that conclusion after they read all the documents.
“So if you open a false investigation and you sustain it with false evidence, does that amount to a crime? That’s the question that John Durham’s trying to answer,” the veteran newsman continued.
Bartiromo asked if there were any charges, noting that the scandal had been allowed to fester for five long years with little punishment.
“Some of the witnesses that I’ve talked to and their defense lawyers feel like John Durham is getting ready to pull the trigger on some criminal charges,” said Solomon. “Again, he’ll have to get permission from the Biden Justice Department. We’ll have to see if that happens.
“But all the signs are they’re moving towards criminal charges” within the next six-to-eight weeks, he added.
In the weeks leading up to the November election, it became clear that the then Attorney General, William Barr, was not going to announce any indictments or even a report on Durham’s investigation because he did not want to influence the outcome.