Jake Sullivan has had a meteoric rise in the Democratic party because he will be a corrupt as you want him to be without questioning you.
During the Obama years, Sullivan worked for Hillary Clinton’s State Department and then moved right into the White House, working for both Obama and Biden. He is currently Biden’s Security advisor. And if the rumors are correct, he will be spending some quality time in Fort Leavenworth.
Sullivan is said to be a target of the grand jury assembled by John Durham, who is investigating the Hillary campaign for its efforts to smear President Trump as being in collusion with Russia. Of course, the whole thing was a lie, but Sullivan stands accused of being involved in that effort even into 2017.
Sullivan is said to have been leading a covert special mission by framing Trump in order to swing the election to Hillary.
The investigation appears to be trying to show there was a conspiracy afoot to prevent him from being president. That effort was not successful like the conspiracy used in 2020.
In 2016, the Democrats depended on the voters to decide the presidency, but they did not make that same mistake in 2020. They took the voters right out of the equation.
Sullivan is facing scrutiny, sources say, over potentially false statements he made about his involvement in the 2016 conspiracy.
Last week, Michael A. Sussmann, a partner in Perkins Coie, a law firm that worked for both the Hillary Campaign and the DNC. Perkins Coie has received subpoenas requesting a broad range of documents involving Sussmann and the Hillary campaign.
Last week, Michael A. Sussmann, a partner in Perkins Coie, a law firm representing the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee, was indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of making false statements to the FBI about his clients and their motives behind planting the rumor, at the highest levels of the FBI, of a secret Trump-Russia server. After a months-long investigation, the FBI found no merit to the rumor.
The grand jury indicated in its lengthy indictment that several people were involved in the alleged conspiracy to mislead the FBI and trigger an investigation of the Republican presidential candidate — including Sullivan, who was described by his campaign position but not identified by name.
The Clinton campaign project, these sources say, also involved compiling a “digital dossier” on several Trump campaign officials – including Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, Paul Manafort, George Papadopoulos, and Carter Page. This effort exploited highly sensitive, nonpublic Internet data related to their personal email communications and web-browsing, known as Internet Protocol, or IP, addresses.