(Patriot Insider) – The Trump-Russia collusion hoax has been thoroughly debunked and yet mainstream media personalities still insist that Trump is a Russian agent and that conservatives peddle in Russian “misinformation.”
The entire hoax was based on the infamous Steele dossier which has been thoroughly disproven with the main source of the dossier, Igor Danchenko, being charged with five counts of lying to the FBI.
His trial has revealed the fact that the FBI offered Christopher Steele $1 million to corroborate his dossier.
Former House Intelligence Committee investigator Kash Patel asserts this proves the FBI knew it hadn’t been able to verify the Trump-Russia collusion story but went on to mislead Congress anyway.
The prosecution opened its case against Danchenko Tuesday with Special Counsel John Durham questioning his first witness, FBI supervisory intelligence analyst Brian Auten.
Auten testified that in early October 2016, the FBI offered Steele “up to $1 million” to provide corroborating evidence for his dossier but that Steele, a former British spy, failed to provide any such information.
In the end, Steele wasn’t given the money because he was unable to “prove the allegations” against Trump. Auten also told the court that the FBI attempted to contact other intelligence agencies regarding the allegations made in the dossier but that none were able to corroborate them.
That didn’t stop the FBI from submitting a FISA court application on Oct. 21, 2016 for a warrant to initiate electronic surveillance of former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page using uncorroborated information from the dossier.
Auten testified that prior to receiving the bogus dossier, the FBI did not have enough evidence to obtain the FISA warrant.
Durham asked Auten, “On October 21, 2016 did you have any information to corroborate that information?”
“No,” Auten replied.
Patel made an appearance on the “Just the News, No Noise” TV show Tuesday and explained that the House Intelligence panel chaired by then-Rep. Devin Nunes sent 17 congressional subpoenas “for information specifically related to payments and confidential human sources,” he remarked, “were denied this information, and we learn it four years after our investigation.”
“That means somebody obstructed a congressional investigation with congressional subpoenas,” stated Patel, a former national security prosecutor.
This exposes “the depths that [the FBI] would go to to falsely corroborate the Steele dossier, which … shows they didn’t have it verified, which we’ve said the whole time,” Patel added.
“And more importantly,” he continued, “they were willing to spend a million taxpayer dollars on shoveling political hot garbage through the federal court system just to surveil a political target that would have been totally baseless — it was baseless then.”
Referring to a group of senior FBI leaders during the James Comey era as “government gangsters,” Patel said “this bombshell” shows that they “were so arrogant, that they said, ‘Nobody is going to catch us. We are going to break a constitutional republic’s 250-year tradition because we don’t like the guy in the White House, and we’re going to manufacture a crime on it.'”
Retired FBI supervisory special agent Bassem Youssef, one of the bureau’s most famous whistleblowers, says Tuesday’s revelation at the trial was unlike anything he ever saw in his three-decade FBI career.
“Never in my entire career have I heard of such an offer to pay a source to corroborate their own information,” Youssef told Just the News. “The FBI queries other sources in order to validate the original source of information. It is unheard of that the FBI would offer to pay Steele $1 million to corroborate his own information.
“Obviously, the FBI was unable to validate this information through any other source that they had to resort to ‘bribing’ Steele to lend credibility to his own information, which the FBI knew to be inaccurate and unreliable,” he added. “What a sad state of affairs in my beloved FBI.”
The FBI has become a thoroughly corrupt political entity.
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