Special counsel John Durham, who was appointed to investigate alleged links between the Trump administration and Russia, is set to testify next week in front of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, something committee member U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) expects to be "quite revealing."
During a recent appearance on Newsmax's "American Agenda," Moore said the Democrats accusing Trump of colluding with Russia appear to be the ones guilty of that alleged crime.
"What they (Democrats) accuse President Trump of now seems what they've been doing all along," Moore said. "So it's important for us in the judiciary to get the investigation going, get the Durham report out, connect the dots and inform them on what's going on… We're going to get to the bottom of it, and I think it's going to be quite revealing."
Yesterday, I joined Bob Sellers and Katrina Szish on @Newsmax to preview Durham's testimony to the House Judiciary Committee next week.— Rep. Barry Moore (@RepBarryMoore) June 15, 2023
Durham's report outlines the extent of the FBI's bias and reckless disregard for truth. pic.twitter.com/ma9C2sgSY6
Moore said "justice should be blind," but when it comes to Donald Trump, it's "laser-focused."
He pointed to the timing of the most recent indictments against Trump for allegedly mishandling classified documents as suspicious, given the bombshell report released the same day detailing how Biden and his son, Hunter, may have been involved in a multi-million dollar bribery scheme with Ukrainian energy company Burisma.
"It sounds like they're trying to wag the dog. They're making Donald Trump kind of the news source when in fact there was the $5 million, there are the recorded phone calls," Moore said. "The things that they're doing to divert the attention of the American people away, we're not going to let that happen. We're going to focus on Durham, we're going to focus on the weaponization of the FBI and the DOJ. We intend to hold them accountable."
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