The John Durham Russian origins probe just got a lot more interesting.
Fox News is now reporting that the “foreign policy advisor” referred to in the Michael Sussman indictment is a current Biden official.
That would be none other than White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan.
What Does It Mean?
I want to be clear… at this time, no charges are being filed against Sullivan.
This, however, is a considerable revelation in the case.
Most of us have believed all along that the Obama White House was complicit in what happened during the Russian collusion allegations against Trump.
More than a few cookie crumbs would lead us to believe that at the very least, Joe Biden knew what was going on and helped weaponize the DOJ against Trump to hurt Trump’s campaign.
This is speculation on our part, but that is where the evidence trail seems to lead.
Well, the dotted line just got filled in a bit, with sources telling Fox News that Jake Sullivan is the official referred to in the Sussman indictment.
The Durham indictment regarding Sullivan reads that an unnamed attorney for the Clinton campaign “exchanged emails with the Clinton Campaign’s campaign manager, communications director, and foreign policy advisor concerning the Russian Bank-1 allegations that Sussman had recently shared.”
The “foreign policy advisor” is reportedly Jake Sullivan.
Sullivan served as the Director of Policy Planning for Obama, then transitioned to Joe Biden’s National Security Advisor in February 2013.
This is the first concrete link between Hillary Clinton and an Obama/Biden official.
As mentioned above, to this point, Sullivan is not named in any wrongdoing, but it was noted that he did receive information from Sussman.
When the White House was asked to comment on the breaking news, Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre gave the usual answer, “I don’t know anything about what you’re you’re just mentioning.
“So, I have to talk to our team.”
Sullivan’s office has not returned any calls to the media for comments.
Source: Fox News