Just when you thought that the FBI collusion into the manufacturing of the Trump/Russian collusion hoax evidence could not have gotten any deeper.
The Clintons, when they do their crimes, do it through layers of proxies so as to maintain plausible deniability. The Clinton Campaign hired law firm Perkins Coie, who has such a close relationship with the FBI that the FBI maintained an office inside Perkins Coie. Hillary’s lawyer such as Michael Sussman not only had their own FBI badges, but has the personal cell phone numbers of FBI leadership.
Perkins Coie hired Democrat opposition research firm Fusion GPS. Fusion GPS in turn hired British Spy Christopher Steele and the Brookings Institution to manufacture the evidence. Brookings had a Russian national working for them named Igor Danchenko. Danchenko was the “confidential source” for Chris Steele, who wrote the fake Trump/Russia dossier, who was also doing double duty as a paid FBI informant.
What is new is that we have discovered that Danchenko, was not just getting paid through proxies by the Clinton Campaign, he was also getting paid by the FBI. Swampy much? The FBI was in on it from the very beginning.
Now Danchenko is charged with lying to the FBI, it seems this is being done to paint the FBI as the victim of lies, when in reality the evidence is overwhelming that the FBI was in on manufacturing the lies from the very beginning.
The Russian analyst charged with lying to the FBI about his role in the infamous “Steele dossier” was allegedly a paid confidential human source for the agency, a newly unsealed court filing revealed Tuesday.
Igor Danchenko became a paid FBI informant in March 2017 — months after the feds started questioning him over his involvement in the dossier on former President Donald Trump, according to the filing by special counsel John Durham.
Danchenko, a Russian-born lawyer living in Virginia, was arrested in November last year as part of Durham’s probe into the origins of the FBI’s Russia investigation.
He pleaded not guilty to five counts of making false statements about some of the information he gave to Christopher Steele, the former British spy who was paid by Democrats during the 2016 presidential campaign for intelligence on ties between Russia and Trump.
“From January 2017 through October 2020, and as part of its efforts to determine the truth or falsity of specific information in the Steele reports, the FBI conducted multiple interviews of the defendant regarding, among other things, the information that he had provided to Steele,” Durham said in the court filing.