OUTRAGE: John Huber, U.S. attorney Jeff Sessions assigned to investigate Hillary Clinton, NEVER even started his probe
By JD Heyes // May 31, 2019

If ever there was a reason to fire a U.S. attorney on the spot — not tomorrow, not next week or next month, but today — this is it.


You may recall that about a year into failed Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ tenure with the Trump administration he rebuffed several calls from members of Congress to appoint a U.S. attorney ‘outside the Beltway’ to investigate abuses by the Obama regime and the 2016 Clinton campaign regarding “Spygate.”

Calling that attorney, John Huber of Utah, a ‘special prosecutor in all but name,’ Sessions claimed Huber would be using “his prosecutorial powers” to conduct a wide-ranging investigation into alleged abuses that extend well beyond suspected FISA court improprieties.

“I am confident that Mr. Huber’s review will include a full, complete, and objective evaluation of these matters in a manner that is consistent with the law and the facts,” Sessions announced in late March 2018.

But by January of this year, several Republican lawmakers complained in a letter to Huber that they still had not heard from him, had never been briefed about his progress, and had no idea what it was he was doing, if anything at all.

The letter from House Judiciary Committee ranking member Doug Collins, Rep. Jim Jordan (ranking member of the House Oversight Committee), and Freedom Caucus chair Representative Mark Meadows, “begins the formal process to expose a widely believed fraud.”

“Your investigation has been ongoing for more than nine months,” the letter said. “During the course of our extensive investigation we have interviewed more than a dozen current and former DOJ and FBI personnel, and were surprised to hear none of these potentially informative witnesses testified to speaking with you.”

Come to find out, there is a reason why these lawmakers — and Congress, in general, as well as the American people — never heard a peep from Huber: He never even started his assigned probe.

During an exclusive interview with CBS News broadcast on Friday, current Attorney General William Barr said that Huber’s probe never got off the ground and as such it was reassigned to Connecticut-based U.S. Attorney (and corruption specialist) John Durham. (Related: Huber, Horowitz ‘probes’ of Hillary Clinton, Spygate nothing but cover for the Deep State.)

Huber should be dismissed immediately

Reporter Jan Crawford asked Barr: “What’s the status of Huber’s investigation in Utah? I think the former Attorney General Sessions had asked him to look at this.”

“Right, so Huber had originally been asked to take a look at the FISA applications and the electronic surveillance but then he stood back and put that on hold while the Office of Inspector General was conducting its review, which would’ve been normal for the department,” Barr said.

Okay. Fair enough…so far. 

“And he was essentially on standby in case [DoJ Inspector General Michael] Horowitz referred a matter to him to be handled criminally. So he has not been active on this front in recent months and so Durham is taking over that role (emphasis added). The other issues he’s been working on relate to Hillary Clinton. Those are winding down and hopefully we’ll be in a position to bring those to fruition.”

Crawford responded, “So he (Huber) won’t be involved in this really at all then?” 

“No,” Barr stated. “This is his role, it’s done?” Crawford pressed. “Right,” said Barr.

Question: If Huber was “on standby” for months and months on end just waiting for Horowitz to ‘refer’ something to him, how come Durham has been working on the probe for months already, even as Horowitz continued his investigation into Spygate?

Huber couldn’t investigate…but Durham could? Why? They’re both U.S. attorneys.

Something doesn’t smell right. In fact, it seems an awful lot like Huber was sitting around on his hands after Sessions handed him the probe and now that Barr has taken over for Sessions, he is ‘reassigning’ the investigation to a prosecutor who actually will investigate.

If Huber dropped the ball here, he should be fired for insubordination today. There is no excuse (other than political partisanship) for him not to have started his probe.

Meanwhile, the clock is ticking on the statute of limitations for many of these alleged Spygate crimes.

Read more about the deep state’s treachery and corruption regarding Spygate and POTUS Trump at Corruption.news and Trump.news.

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