ongoing silence from Durham, while Strzok, McCabe, Comey, Brennan etc continue their resistance campaign without pushback. Most documents remain classified due to criminal track investigation. If he loses, Trump's failure to declassify long ago will prove fatal mistake.
I have little doubt that there are numerous incidents in which Comey, McCabe, Strzok, Brennan, made most of their bad decisions from paranoia and stupidity and breach of every FBI and intel rule and policy under the sun, but not necessarily committing a crime.
3/ such abuse of power deserves exposure even if it wasn't a crime. Even if there is an indictment or two, my guess is that 99% of the unhinged resistance will remain untouched and in the shadows.
4/ if Trump loses, it will be buried forever. Even if Trump wins, he's done so by appeasing neocons through adopting and intensifying their perverse policies on Syria, Ukraine and Russia, rather than keeping the original promises of 2016 candidate Trump.

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