Conclusion: ‘The justice system in DC is designed to protect itself’
…Former FBI Director James Comey is a criminal. Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe is a criminal. Former FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok is a criminal. Current Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman, Senator Mark Warner, is a criminal.
Any criminal conduct that is discovered by a person who is not the direct victim of the criminal conduct does not penetrate the DC system. Meaning, just because you can show criminal activity in Washington DC, that doesn’t mean anyone has a responsibility to investigate it.
If the criminal conduct is not identified by the investigators inside the DC system, the criminal conduct essentially does not exist – unless the evidence of criminal conduct in DC, is provided by a specific victim of the crime being reported.
There is a silo effect in place within the DC system that permits the investigative authorities to dismiss claims of institutional or administrative criminal conduct from outside entities, including ‘whistleblowers.’ The DOJ/FBI arbiters of what constitutes crime are the same DOJ/FBI arbiters in charge of protecting the institutional system.
If the DC system is threatened by the conduct of an outside entity, a crime may have been committed. However, if an agent, operator, official or politician representing the DC system is the one threatening, there is no crime. The justice system in DC is designed to protect itself.link
The above is an excerpt from an article that is probably the best article to read on the Durham report. It explains why nothing will be done even though serious malfeasance, even sedition and election interference, have been clearly and unambiguously uncovered. All along conspiracy theorists have been right, as usual: ‘The justice system in DC is designed to protect itself.’ ABN