Democrats want to investigate Hillary Clinton for this shocking reason
Special counsel John Durham turned the political world upside down with a bombshell court filing accusing the Clinton campaign of spying on Donald Trump during the 2016 election.
Even members of Hillary Clinton’s own party were appalled.
And you won’t believe how many Democrats want to investigate Hillary Clinton for spying on Trump.
A brand new TIPP poll found 66 percent of Democrats believe authorities should investigate Hillary Clinton over allegations John Durham made in court that a tech operative connected to the Clinton campaign mined servers at Trump Tower and the Executive Office of the President for dirt the Clinton team could use to frame Trump for colluding with the Russians during the 2016 election.
The New York Post exclusively reports:
The survey, conducted by TechnoMetrica Institute of Policy and Politics in New Jersey last month, polled 1,308 Americans about the mushrooming investigation by Special Counsel John Durham into the FBI’s probe of Trump’s alleged links to Russia during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Nearly three out of four of those polled who are following the story said they think it’s important prosecutors investigate Clinton for her role in the Russiagate scandal along with her top campaign advisers.
That includes two-thirds — or 66 percent — of the Democrats polled who said they have been keeping up with the case.
For years the corporate-controlled media spun the falsehood that there was no evidence the Democrats or the FBI spied on Donald Trump in 2016.
The evidence of spying is legion.
The FBI won a FISA warrant to spy on Trump campaign foreign policy aide Carter Page using the discredited Steele dossier – which the Clinton campaign funded and Clinton allies partly wrote – as the central piece of evidence.
The FBI dispatched multiple clandestine agents to gather intelligence from Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos about the bogus Russian collusion claims.
Now special counsel Durham announced his intention to prove that the Clinton campaign monitored Internet traffic to create a false narrative that Trump conspired with the Russian government in 2016.
Even a super majority of Democrats understand the seriousness of these allegations and support an official investigation.
Should Republicans win a majority in the November election, many suspect this will be one of the first major investigations launched.