DNI Ratcliffe releases TROVE of documents to assist with John Durham investigation

DNI Ratcliffe has reportedly just released a binder full of documents to assist John Durham in his investigation of the origins of the phony Trump Russia collusion scandal:

Here’s a little more:

Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe has approved the release to the Department of Justice of a large binder full of documents to assist a review of the Obama administration’s handling of the Trump-Russia investigation, according to a source with direct knowledge of the materials and confirmed by Ratcliffe.

The source said Ratcliffe has been working on this batch of documents for a number of weeks.

The article is longer, but that’s the beefy part. This comes as Obama’s former CIA Director, John Brennan, is accusing Ratcliffe of selectively releasing documents to push a political agenda.

I’m honestly surprised this hasn’t happened sooner, but I say that with hardly any knowledge of how the release of intelligence works. I would have just assumed that Durham could have gotten whatever he wanted without all of this release process.

There were also some developments in the Flynn case. It isn’t much we didn’t already know, but you can read through them below:

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