Special counsel John Durham is sending a signal that more indictments are coming, says Kash Patel.
“When you issue an indictment for lying to the FBI, like they did [Michael] Sussmann, it’s two to five pages max. It’s unheard of to be 27 pages. So why put all that information out there?” It’s “the biggest signal that more is coming,” says Kash Patel.
Kash Patel deposed former Perkins Coie lawyer Michael Sussmann as part of his investigations into allegations of Trump–Russia collusion with Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), and that deposition became a key part of Durham’s indictment of Sussmann, who was a lawyer for the Clinton campaign.
In this episode, he breaks down what’s in the indictment and where Durham’s investigation is likely headed.
Kash Patel: Hello everybody, and welcome back to Kash’s Corner.
Jan Jekielek: Kash, we’re going to talk about something that you played a pretty important role in today. We’re going to look at Perkins Coie’s lawyer, Michael Sussmann, and the indictment against him by special counsel Durham. This is something a lot of people are talking about.
It’s a 27-page indictment for something that might typically take two to five pages. This is what I’m hearing from a lot of people. Briefly tell me, what is this?