(PatriotWise.com)- The findings of the long-awaited Durham report, which analyzed the origins of the FBI investigation into false claims that former President Donald Trump colluded with Russia to win the 2016 presidential election, may finally be going public.
Judicial Watch, the conservative government watchdog group, recently filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the Department of Justice, demanding that records of communication between Attorney General Merrick Garland and Special Counsel John Durham be released.
It could reveal efforts by the Biden administration to hide the findings of the Durham report – which would prove that the Democrats, including the Biden campaign and administration – knew that the accusations about former President Donald Trump were wrong. And that they were always wrong.
Judicial Watch is not only requesting all emails, text messages, and other forms of communication between Garland and Durham, but also insisted that budget records relating to the operations of Durham’s office also be released.
Not only will we be learning of any possible efforts by the Biden administration to hide the results of the probe, but the United States Department of Justice has already claimed that the full report will be made available when Durham completes his investigation. It means we could see exactly what was discovered, as well as what Garland may have wanted to hide.
Republican legislators seem to be convinced that the Durham report will also reveal the extreme lengths that failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton went to in order to defeat Trump, with Republican Rep. Devine Nunes – a member of the House Intelligence Committee – recently expressing confidence that Durham will release a “damaging report” on the FBI’s investigation into the Trump campaign.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said in a statement that it should not take a federal lawsuit to get answers to simple requests about the attorney general’s communications with Durham, as well as basic budget documents about the investigation.
We’ll report back with more information about the lawsuit as it progresses.