Never have even an iota of hope that the government can competently or impartially investigate itself. From Paul Craig Roberts at paulcraigroberts.org:
I never expected anything to come out of Special Council John Durham’s “investigation” of Russiagate, the attempt by the CIA, FBI, and Democrat Party to frame President Trump as a Russian agent, and nothing has come out of it.
I didn’t expect anything to come out of the “investigation” because the Establishment is opposed to Trump and most certainly will not permit an investigation that would bring out the truth. The vindication of Trump is the last thing that will come out of Washington. As the Establishment controls the appointment of special prosecutors, it was obvious that nothing would come of Durham’s “investigation.”
And there were other indications. When Durham was appointed, stories were planted on the presstitutes about what a bulldog he is and that all involved in the plot against Trump were in peril. As a person who spent 25 years in Washington, this was a dead giveaway. If Durham were a bulldog, there would be no need of press releases to tell us.
Let’s review the facts. The CIA director, John Brennan, accused President Trump of treason. The FBI director had its Russiagate investigation run by officials, such as Peter Strzok, a Deputy Assistant Director, who, together with his FBI lawyer lover, as their emails show, were committed to defeating Trump from being elected and to removing him from office if he prevailed. Strzok is the FBI official who wrongly cleared Hillary Clinton of her illegal use of a personal email server while she served as US Secretary of State. Just the man to investigate the President of the United States for “Russian connections” that insured Russian interference in the 2016 US elections would put Russian agent Trump in office. Special counsel Robert Mueller employed Strzok to investigate links, which the presstitutes told us existed, between Trump’s presidential campaign and the Russian government.