If this report is true, this is huge. According to a report from RealClearInvestigations, Special Counsel John Durham has shifted his investigation to Pentagon cyber security contractors who may have misused their security clearances to feed information (false information) to Democratic operatives with fake damaging information on Donald Trump.
Last month, Durham indicted Hillary lawyer, Michael Sussmann for lying to the FBI about who his client was and why he was spreading fake stories to the media.
Sussmann fed the FBI false information, claiming that Trump was in collusion with Russia’s Alpha bank and that he had a separate server used for communications between the two.
According to Real Clear Investigations, Durham is investigating contractors with high-security credentials who were feeding information to Sussmann, possibly hoping to win favor with Hillary and allow them to keep their extremely lucrative government contracts.
According to RCI, multiple sources have confirmed that the probe centers cybersecurity consulting firm Neustar, Inc.. Specifically targeting its former chief technology officer Rodney L. Joffe, who advises the Biden White House on cyber security.
Joffe’s later has confirmed that Joffe is Tech Executive-1″ who was referenced in Sussman’s indictment.
Specifically, Joffe is alleged to have asked a group of cybersecurity experts at Georgia Tech to find information on Trump. He allegedly did this in order to keep Democratic “VIPs happy.
The university did just that when they claimed that Trump had a backchannel to the Kremlin via Alpha bank. Even Robert Mueller and his angry Democrats debunked that story.
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In a statement provided to RCI, Neustar noted that Joffe no longer works with the company, and all his prior blog posts on the company website have been deleted.
Joffe’s attorney, Steven Tyrell, has insisted that Durham has presented a “misleading picture” of Joffe’s actions, and has insisted that his client had no idea that Sussman was working on behalf of democratic operatives. Tyrell has insisted that Joffe believed the information to be true and that he shared it with the FBI out of a “patriotic duty.”
Although the Alfa Bank rumor was ultimately determined to be false, it was widely pushed by members of the global media, some of whom continue to insist that the false allegation might yet be proven true.