RFK Jr. Downloads On Durham Report: ’50 Top-Level CIA Agents’ Agreed to ‘Collaborate in a Project to Fix an Election’

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Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. broke down the Durham report’s damning findings in an interview on Saturday.

Special Counsel John Durham’s report, which was released last week after a 3-year investigation, concluded the FBI, CIA, and other intelligence operatives, along with the Hillary Clinton campaign and Obama administration, conspired to frame Donald Trump for treason with a phony narrative that he somehow “colluded” with Russia to steal the 2016 presidential election.

“The mainstream media’s not really talking about the Durham report, but for me, because I’ve been concerned for so many years about the CIA’s illegal propagandizing American people, which it’s not legally allowed to do, that report is appalling,” Kennedy said on the “Part of the Problem” podcast with Dave Smith.

“It’s the transcripts of the conversations that the CIA and FBI agents were having, where they were acknowledging that what they were doing was wrong, that it had no basis.”

“You have fifty top level CIA agents who agreed to collaborate in a project to fix an election and to discredit one of the candidates,” he added, clarifying that just because he never supported Trump as president, doesn’t mean what the intelligence agencies did to him was acceptable.

Smith agreed, saying, “It’s pretty clear that this was a frame job. And what you have here is the intelligence agencies framing the sitting President of the United States for treason.”

Watch the full interview:

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