John Durham: ‘Significant Red Flags ... Were Simply Ignored’ by the FBI Because of Confirmation Bias
DURHAM: "Confirmation bias, as it was alluded to, has to do with our human tendency to accept things that we already think are true and to reject anything else. In this instance, there are any number of significant red flags that were raised, that were simply ignored. If there's evidence that was inconsistent with the narrative, they didn't pay attention to it. They didn't explore it. They didn't take the logical investigative steps that should have been taken."