Judicial Watch’s Fitton on Durham Investigation: ‘I don’t know what we’re spending the money on’
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said Thursday morning that he’s no longer sure “what we’re spending the money on,” regarding the long-awaited report and potential prosecutions from Justice Department special counsel John Durham.
“It’s now been two-plus years, and we’ve had virtually zero activity from Durham as best as anyone can see,” Fitton during an appearance on “Just the News AM.”
Late last month, Trump issued a brief statement inquiring after Durham’s whereabouts.
“Is he a living, breathing human being? Will there ever be a Durham report?” Trump asked in the statement.
Fitton said Thursday he’s not so concerned about just the report.
“I’m less interested in a report, frankly, then actual prosecutions,” he said. “I could write a report. Prosecutors are supposed to prosecute.”
Fitton continued: “Is he doing a serious criminal investigation? … No one with significant power has been seriously investigated by Durham, as best I can tell.”
He also argued what the American public will continue to see – instead of substantial prosecutions from Durham – is “continued harassment by the Justice Department of Trump world,” citing the raid Wednesday morning on former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani’s Manhattan apartment and office.