If this is the best spin they have, then it looks like the report will be damning. Last week the Post declared it over because they had in their minds debunked Trump backers conspiracy theory that Joseph Mifsud was a FBI asset. Now they come back today with another nugget that Durham told Horowitz he also determined that Mifsud isnt a US intelligence asset and they go onto declare everything has been dunked... um facepalm The assertion by Trump supporters is that Mifsud is not a Russian asset as the Mueller report and the FBI's Crossfire Hurricane labels him. We have always believe he was some sort of foreign intelligence asset whether it be Britain, Italy or some other country. The Post foolishly is putting some fake news that everyone was running around saying he was a US intel asset. The best is the article then goes onto say well they dont know if Horowitz wasl looking if Mifsud worked for another country as an intel asset...hahahahhaha....they dont know because that is what Durham is figuring out. Obviously someone planted Mifsud there to talk to Pappy and newsflash, it wasnt Russia. But what is great about this is its one week after the last gaslight story that tries to debunk things out of hand by taking a snippet of the report one of their leakers has access to and broadbrushing everything. Meanwhile they continue to repeat the lie that Clinesmith with fabricated evidence on a FISA was a low level lawyer despite working on the biggest investigation in FBI history https://www.washingtonpost.com/nati...9110-3b34ce1d92b1_story.html#comments-wrapper The prosecutor handpicked by Attorney General William P. Barr to scrutinize how U.S. agencies investigated President Trump’s 2016 campaign said he could not offer evidence to the Justice Department’s inspector general to support the suspicions of some conservatives that the case was a setup by American intelligence, people familiar with the matter said. Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s office contacted U.S. Attorney John Durham, the prosecutor Barr personally tapped to lead a separate review of the 2016 probe into possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia, the people said. The inspector general also contacted several U.S. intelligence agencies. Among Horowitz’s questions: whether a Maltese professor who interacted with a Trump campaign adviser was actually a U.S. intelligence asset deployed to ensnare the campaign, the people said, speaking on the condition of anonymity because the inspector general’s findings have not been made public.