According to high profile conservative lawyer Joe diGenova, John Durham is “in negotiations with some people for some guilty pleas.” Some of the Deep State rats are begging for deals.
Obamagate guilty pleas
U.S. Attorney John Durham is working on deals to accept guilty pleas from some of the Obamagate coup conspirators. Joe diGenova took to the radio waves to talk about a quote from Department of Justice spokesman Kerri Kupec. Last week, Kupec told Fox that “we hope to see a report by the end of the summer.”
Even before the crowd could start groaning over the word “report,” Kupec was quick to clarify, “Obviously, this is a criminal investigation. The goal is not a report, it’s a criminal investigation but certainly there is a story to be told there.” He wanted to emphasize the guilty will be punished. “The American people deserve resolution and frankly justice deserves resolution.” People, he said, “need to see what was going on.”
Kupec’s bombshell statement was when he said It’s the only way to restore a “one-tiered system of justice.” That’s an acknowledgment that before there were two flavors of justice available, one for the friends of the Deep State and another for everyone else. A lot of people were guilty of a lot of different crimes and America won’t wait for those people to go to jail much longer.
DiGenova is ‘delighted’
The attorney who lists Uranium One whistleblower Douglas Campbell as one of his clients is “all for it.” He hopes the Durham team puts out the report at the same time they announce the guilty pleas and indictments. “I’m fascinated by the sequence but I’m delighted with what’s happening.”
Joe diGenova says he “suspected all along that Durham was going to do his best to get something done by September.” He had inside information. “Actually, I suspected it would be June, indeed I knew that that was the time table but the COVID-19 virus put off some grand jury appearances.” The revised timetable still calls for guilty pleas by September.
He insists he knows personally that “they are in negotiations with some people for some guilty pleas. So it may very well be that some guilty pleas occur initially at the same time that the report is issued. They may piggyback those together simultaneously.” He isn’t sure whether John Brennan will be one of the ones to take a deal but he does know that Barack Obama’s CIA director was “never going to be interviewed in front of a grand jury as he would likely plead the fifth.”