In recent years, election integrity has become a hot-button issue for many Americans. Last Friday, Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo hosted the Trump administration’s National Security Advisor, KT McFarland, to discuss the Durham report among other important topics.
While on Bartiromo’s show, McFarland made a startling accusation. She claimed that the FBI, CIA, and DOJ are planning a way to rig the 2024 presidential election. According to McFarland, these same government agencies have been responsible for committing the same act for the last two presidential elections in 2016 and 2020.
This is a bold claim, even from the National Security Advisor of a presidential administration. However, it is worth noting McFarland examines this claim in the context of events like the Durham report, the G-7 meeting, and China’s position on the world stage.
“So, they’ve gotten away with it for two elections,” McFarland said regarding government agencies working together to rig the presidential elections. “They’re for sure going to get away with it, try to get away with it, in ’24, right? Because there’s not consequence.”
She added, “The difference is in 2024, the evidence is there. We now have the Durham investigation, we have all of the congressional investigations. There is now hard evidence that there was election interference by the U.S. intelligence agencies and the Department of Justice.”
When pressed on more details about if the DOJ and intelligence agencies will interfere in 2024, McFarland replied, “They will absolutely interfere in 2024. We’re not sure how, but they will absolutely interfere. Not only because they are not going to like whoever the Republican candidate is, but because they’re going to protect their own hides.”
Special counsel to the FBI John Durham came to the conclusion after several years of investigating that President Trump did not collude with Russia to win the 2016 election, as claimed by the Clinton campaign.
Furthermore, it is important to note in relation to McFarland’s claim that Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, called for Durham to testify before Congress on this report.