Judicial Watch President, Tom Fitton, discusses the latest news from John Durham’s special counsel probe into anti-Trump targeting by the Clinton campaign, a new lawsuit against the CIA, a court victory on election integrity in North Carolina, and much more!
Judicial Watch continues to push some of the biggest stories we’ve never heard about.
We’re adding more fascinating detail to the growing pile of evidence of Deep State collusion against President Trump.
The latest: Four people mentioned in the indictment of Michael Sussmann by Special Counsel John Durham were paid for work with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) from 2016-2021 and appeared to be interested in targeting Trump campaign adviser Steve Bannon.
We learned this in 127 pages of records of communications among the four that we received from the Georgia Institute of Technology through an October 13, 2021, Georgia Open Records Act request. The four individuals are Rodney Joffe, April Lorenzen, David Dagon, and Manos Antonakakis.
According to The New York Times:
Mr. Durham used a 27-page indictment to lay out a far more expansive tale, one in which four computer scientists who were not charged in the case ‘exploited’ their access to internet data to develop an explosive theory about cyberconnections in 2016 between Donald J. Trump’s company and a Kremlin-linked bank — a theory, he insinuated, they did not really believe.