Co-Host of “Fox and Friends Weekend” Pete Hegseth joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to react to Special Counsel John Durham’s bombshell revelation about the Trump campaign being spied on in 2016.
Over the weekend, Durham released a filing that Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign hired techs to infiltrate Trump Tower and White House servers. This was all in an effort to establish a narrative linking former President Donald Trump to Russia.
According to Pete, part of the reason these findings are not getting much attention now is because they go completely against the story the mainstream media was pushing in 2016.
“It goes to the core of something that Durham said in his Saturday court filing, was that this was about creating a narrative and inference. We have a narrative, not just biased but activist-based press, the vast majority of it. They’ve already used the narrative they want that’s baked into the minds of their viewers, which is Trump is compromised by Russia and that was created by the fake information that was peddled for years and years. They can’t go back to their audience and say, oops, my bad. Turns out it was the other way around. They’re getting caught it for it. They’re counting on the fact that this will be a non-story for them. Their credibility’s already gone.”
Plus, Pete shares his thoughts on the tensions between Russia and Ukraine.
Later, Founder and Executive Director of Power The Future Daniel Turner explains why Germany has been reluctant to take a harder stance against Vladimir Putin and the Kremlin in the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
Listen to the podcast to hear what else Pete and Daniel had to say!