Jason Chaffetz: FISA Report Delay Could Signal Durham Prosecution (VIDEO)

Jason Chaffetz of FOX News recently appeared on the Sean Hannity show and made an interesting observation.

When Sean complained about the length of time it’s taking for the FISA abuse report to be released, Chaffetz said that’s possibly a sign that Durham is definitely planning on a prosecution.

In short, this would be very bad news for members of the deep state.

The Washington Examiner has details:

Jason Chaffetz: FISA report delay signals Durham prosecution

Former Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz offered a possible explanation for the delayed release of the Justice Department inspector general report on alleged Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act abuses.

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After Fox News host Sean Hannity expressed his mounting frustration with the repeated holdups, Chaffetz suggested the most recent delay may be tied to U.S. Attorney John Durham, who as of last month is conducting a criminal investigation into the origins of the Russia investigation.

“I don’t think it has anything to do with Horowitz delaying it,” said Chaffetz, who is a Fox News contributor, on the network this week. “I think it’s the fact that Durham actually is moving forward on some prosecution.”

He did not get into specifics, but Chaffetz stated he has spoken to “enough people” to glean when the public can expect to see the report.

“I think it’s actually going to happen before Thanksgiving,” he said.

Watch the video:

If Chaffetz is right, and it sounds like he is, this would be huge.

How ironic would it be if this went down after the Democrats fail on impeachment?

 

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