Special Counsel John Durham has alleged that the Clinton Campaign spied on Trump during the 2016 election but most interestingly spied upon his internet workings, specifically the DNS traffic coming and going from the Executive Office of the President in the White House.

The allegation claims that a tech executive, identified as Rodney Joffe, who was Senior Vice President of Neustar – a private tech company that was handling internet traffic for the White House – was being paid to turn over the data which in turn was being mined by researchers at Georgia Tech.

This is fascinating stuff and it shows us how deep the corruption goes in the American political system despite all of the caterwauling about Watergate and corruption and and and.

But this case will become a political football and even if everything that Durham says is true I don’t expect anything to come of the allegations.