Psaki Ignores Questions on Durham Allegations

In the wake of a shocking story alleging Hillary Clinton’s campaign hired a software company to wiretap President Trump, White House press secretary Jen Psaki and senior Biden administration officials are evading questions.

According to Durham, solicitors for the Clinton campaign paid a software firm to “infiltrate” data centers at Trump Tower and the Trump White House to define a “narrative” connecting the former commander-in-chief to Russia.

Avoiding Questions

In response to questions from reporters, Psaki refused to share specifics on material that was important to the Durham investigation.

Psaki said, “I know you asked my colleague a couple of questions about this the other day, but if you have any concerns about this, I will direct you to the Department of Justice.”


As Psaki stated, the same approach was taken earlier this week by Karine Jean-Pierre, the White House’s principal deputy press secretary.

No one in the White House seems willing to answer any real questions about this latest breaking news.

The reporter questioned, “Given recent revelations regarding the Durham investigation, does the president have any reservations about a contender for president enlisting help from computer professionals to hack the computer systems of rival candidates or even of the president-elect to create a narrative?”

Jean-Pierre answered, “That is something I cannot address from this stage. Therefore, I direct you to the Department of Justice.” 

Upon being asked if the document’s content could be characterized as “spying,” Jean-Pierre evaded the question once again.

Similar Tactics from the Biden Campaign

Following the release of the Durham report, the Washington Free Beacon discovered President Biden’s campaign also contracted with the same business Clinton was said to have used to spy on President Trump.

According to an article by investigative writer Chuck Ross, “The Biden campaign paid approximately $20,000 to a cybersecurity firm at the core of Special Counsel John Durham’s inquiry into the beginnings of the Trump-Russia probe.”

“According to Federal Electoral Commission documents, the campaign paid Neustar Information and Services in 2020 for bookkeeping and compliance services.”

As per Durham, Rodney Joffe, the research director of Neustar Corporation, accessed confidential web traffic data the business stored on behalf of the White House executive office to gather ‘derogatory material’ against President Trump.

In addition, Ross stated Joffe reportedly passed the material to Hillary Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann, who, in turn, released the data to the CIA during a session in February 2017.

Durham accused Sussmann of lying to the FBI regarding his inquiry of Donald Trump in September of last year.

It is shameful that the very same self righteous liberals would stoop so low in other to win elections. There’s no telling what other tricks Democrats may have up their sleeves in future races.