The White House isn’t commenting on the new court filings that suggest former President Donald Trump’s internet traffic was being monitored. Are they trapped in their previous statements, or are they just shrugging it off?
Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was asked, “This news about the Durham Investigation: Does the President have any concerns about a candidate for president using computer experts to infiltrate computer systems of competing candidates or even the president-elect for the goal of creating a narrative? Is that something that…”
Pierre responded, “That’s something I can’t speak to from this podium, so I refer you to the Department of Justice.”
Interestingly, there’s always a diversion. If there’s anything more complex than whoever’s answering questions, they divert it to the DOJ, medical experts, or whatever agency that could even potentially have a better answer. But, the most important thing is that there’s an answer given. Follow-ups seem never to happen.
Chad Gilmartin, former Principal Assistant Press Secretary and Special Assistant to Trump tweeted, “Is Jake Sullivan available for comment, perhaps?”
Jake Sullivan was one of the original people who mentioned delivering information for Hillary Clinton.
Representative Jim Banks (R-IN) said, “No one who has spied on the White House is fit to serve in the White House. Jake Sullivan is already a notorious partisan, and if he participated in Clinton’s illicit spying on President Trump, he must be removed from office and held responsibly.”
Anytime there’s a disaster, Sullivan has been in the middle of it. The withdrawal from Afghanistan had Sullivan in the middle of it. Reports say that Sullivan had very little sleep during the withdrawal, and there’s no chance that he had a level head while making major decisions.
Representative Mike Waltz (R-FL) said, “If these allegations prove true, I will find it hard to believe that there was potentially some type of collusion with a tech company that had access to servers and computers to spy on the Trump campaign and potentially the White House without authorization from top officials in the Clinton campaign.”
The White House got very comfortable with Facebook as soon as Biden took office, so it would make sense that they may be involved with the 2016 election and have been involved with the 2020 election more than has already been shown. Their non-profit resources pushed Democrat votes in crucial states.
More information is coming out that Democrats are even shadier than initially expected. There’s a good chance there will be more shady behavior coming into the 2022 midterm election. The Durham study serves as a foundation for future action against fraud and misuse of government resources, and more is on the way.