The special investigator into ALL the CORRUPTION and TRAITOROUS activities William Aldenberg
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1.) Allow me to retort a thread to this specific account.
Everything claimed by this account, and any twitter account holder who advances the same prepositions as this account, are so brutally false and misguided it could only take an intentional effort to be this wrong.
2.) The investigative agents, those who most people put their faith upon, are hampered by compartmentalized isolation of evidence. The system is purposefully set up that way.
Evidence is essentially silo’d.
5.) The Durham probe (for lack of a more authentic descriptive) do not communicate w/The Hill.
Ex. HPSCI does not communicate w/Durham; at least they do not successfully communicate.
In part this is because the receiver would be accepting the political intents of the evidence.
6.) Politics creates a compartmented information flow.
Information, even valid evidence that would be useful for investigators, becomes useless when retrieved or originated from political entities.
7.) As a result of this convoluted process; the Durham team knows little about any evidence their internal unit did not independently create.
This system design helps the compartmented and corrupt to escape accountability.
9.) Previously both Senate and House staff admitted this was the fundamental flaw in their own investigations.
Additionally, this factual/structural flaw was confirmed to me today by the Durham investigative unit. [Read #8 Again]
11) When you understand that, you understand what I am doing.
I have extracted and collated evidence from inside each compartment; then assemble and deliver to the investigative unit in such a manner as the political toxicity is removed.
14.) Example: judiciary.senate.gov/download/2018-…
Despite this coming from FISC to AG Barr and into Senate Judiciary Committee; Durham team unaware of the letter dated July 12, 2018.
15.) As a result… customary DOJ investigations can continue (ad infinitum) and yet will not result in substantive action prior to the election.
That’s where public questioning of investigative practices, and specific details, forces an investigative shift.