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Reports claim that special Counsel John Durham has hundreds of emails between Fusion GPS and members of the media.
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Emails confirm what we knew! The corporate media represents the mouthpiece for the regime. These people aren’t journalists, but they are government apologists, deep state agents, and it’s coming out!
Check this out:
Pages of communications from Fusion GPS to reporters show reporters actively participating.https://t.co/Tvrwi3NHlj
— UndeadFOIA (@UndeadFoia) April 26, 2022
These emails show that every major media outlet (regime propaganda) knew – not suspected, but knew – they were peddling disinformation about the Steele dossier and relayed Russiagate hoaxes. https://t.co/SVzwaiMjMp
— Cernovich (@Cernovich) April 26, 2022
Techno Fog reported:
In support of that point, Durham states he is in possession of “hundreds of emails in which Fusion GPS employees shared raw, unverified, and uncorroborated information – including their own draft research and work product – with reporters.” (He even filed them under seal with the court.) These include:
Emails with Slate’s Franklin Foer from May 14, 2016 in which Fusion GPS conveys information on a Trump advisor and Alfa Bank.
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) April 26, 2022
A new and important Durham filing just dropped.
Durham has 100’s of emails between Fusion GPS & reporters.These include efforts to frame Sergei Millian and Carter Page. And confirmation of the identity of the Fusion GPS employee who will testify at Michael Sussmann's trial
— Live Love Laugh (@LivLuvLaffDaily) April 26, 2022
The Epoch Times reported:
The evidence from the CIA can’t be entered during the trial, at least for now, “except to the extent that agency’s findings and analysis had direct bearing on the course of the FBI’s investigation,” the judge said.
Prosecutors also can’t bring in representatives of companies who maintained the servers that Sussmann claimed communicated with servers from Alfa-Bank, the Russian entity.