Sen. Rick Scott Digs Into the Durham Investigation

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Sen. Rick Scott Digs Into the Durham Investigation

Feb 23rd, 2022 1 min read
COMMENTARY BY
Kevin Roberts, Ph.D.

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This week, we're digging into Special Counsel John Durham’s latest filing on the origins of the FBI's Russia investigation. This newest batch of information exposes the hypocrisy of not only the radical left, but just how far they’ll go to advance the interests of the elite over that of the American people. While lack of fair coverage from the legacy media is perhaps not surprising, it's certainly disappointing.

What's more—the scandal flies in the face of the narrative that Trump colluded with Russia in the 2016 election—a narrative promoted by the Clinton campaign and others on the left.

None of this is lost on Senator Rick Scott; quite the contrary. The former Governor of Florida has long demanded transparency on this issue, calling for the media to cover it fairly. He joins the show to share his insight into what's going on—and what's next.

Plus: Heritage's own Mike Howell jumps in to share how policymakers can help prevent something like this from happening again. He also discusses Heritage's Conservative Oversight Project, and more.


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