A breaking report by Fox News reveals Biden’s National Security Advisor, Jake Sullivan, is named in the indictment against Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann.
Sussmann was indicted after John Durham’s probe into the Russian hoax. This probe revealed Sussman lied to the FBI, regarding his statement he was not doing any work for a client.
In reality, however, he was billing Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Sussmann is the man who claimed Trump’s server data was connected to Russian operatives in order to help him win the 2016 presidential election.
No such action ever occurred and the evidence Sussman used was fabricated. However, Sussmann is only being charged for allegedly lying to the FBI.
As of right now, Sullivan is not being targeted in Durham’s investigation. However, in the indictment against Sussmann, it’s stated Clinton’s “foreign policy advisor” (who was Sullivan at the time) received information regarding the Russian hoax from Sussmann.
The Indictment against Sussman alleges he communicated info with a former Clinton aide who now has been confirmed to be Jake Sullivan, Biden's current National Security Adviser – WOW pic.twitter.com/kynvCIhFwk
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) November 9, 2021
More Details About Durham’s Indictment
Durham’s indictment also states Sussmann was not only working for the Clinton campaign, but also on the behalf of a tech industry and an American internet company.
These new details have many people believing big tech companies were more involved with the Russian hoax than meets the eye.
Sussmann’s alleged lie is a major red flag to the FBI. This is because it misled the original FBI investigation into thinking there was no solid connection between the claims of Russian interference in 2016 election and the Clinton campaign.
Biden’s Deputy Secretary Asked About the Indictment
Due to Biden’s press secretary, Jen Psaki, being out for contracting COVID (despite being fully vaccinated), his deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was taking questions.
The moment the story broke out, a reporter asked Jean-Pierre about Sullivan’s future, but she stated she was unaware of the breaking report.
‘We have complete confidence in the Department of Justice [in prosecuting threats],’ White House Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters, after a @Reuters special report showed Trump supporters terrified election officials https://t.co/16WRtqPg4x pic.twitter.com/VA6oxaHuVP
— Reuters (@Reuters) November 9, 2021
She was also asked about the indictment of Russian analyst Igor Danchenko, who gave discredited information to Christopher Steele.
Jean-Pierre dodge the questioned and said that’s something that should be asked of the Department of Justice.
Danchenko has been charged on five counts of lying to the FBI. He was indicted before a grand jury on November 4th and will have another day in court next week.
Rep. Devin Nunes of California is calling for Sullivan to step down or come clean about his roll in the Russian hoax. He even tweeted out that a lot of Russian hoaxers are getting nice jobs with the Biden administration.
More than likely, Sullivan will go silent for the next couple of weeks and wait until another big headline quiets the storm that is raging against him.
Durham’s investigation is starting to heat up and if Sussmann and Danchenko start talking, then it’s game over for the Clintons.