According to Durham’s latest motion, Joffe and his associates looked through web traffic from Donald Trump to find anything that could be painted as a connection with Russia. The filing also said that Joffe "enlisted the assistance of researchers at a U.S.-based university who were receiving and analyzing large amounts of Internet data in connection with a pending federal government cybersecurity research contract"—probably referring to Georgia Tech and the contract it had with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
[cmsmasters_row][cmsmasters_column data_width=”1/1″][cmsmasters_text] Handwritten notes written by former CIA Director John Brennan in a briefing with former President Barrack Obama refer to the allegations of a Trump-Russia collusion, as “a means of distracting the public from her [Hillary’s] use of a private email server.” Brennan said in an interview with CNN that there was “nothing illegal” about stirring up the scandal, rather that it was a campaign tactic aimed to “vilify Trump.” “John Ratcliffe and others are trying to portray this as unlawful activity that deserves follow-up investigation by the FBI,” Brennan told CNN. “No. It was a campaign activity.” [/cmsmasters_text][/cmsmasters_column][/cmsmasters_row][cms...[Read More]