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FBI Offered Him $1 MILLION For His Bogus Claims

The FBI knew that Christopher Steele couldn’t prove his bogus claims against Donald Trump for a million bucks. That didn’t stop them from using his dirty dossier against Carter Page to bug his phones. Through him, the Federal Bureau of Instigation had an ear on the Trump campaign. Obama’s plumbers succeeded where G. Gordon Liddy and his crew failed. They bugged a political opponent and did it with court approval obtained through deception. Watergate toppled Nixon but Obamagate is still in the salad spinner, as Merrick Garland continues the persecution.

FBI offered Steele a million

The FBI told Hillary Clinton’s secret spy Christopher Steele that they would write him a check for $1,000,000.00 if he could “corroborate” the hallucinogenic fantasies of Donald Trump’s collusion with Russia. He didn’t collect.

That’s one of the first pieces of testimony to come out of John Durham’s trial of Igor Danchenko.

When bureau supervisory counterintelligence analyst Brian Auten took the stand, as Durham’s first witness on October 11, he swore under oath that “he and a group of FBI agents went overseas in early October 2021 to speak with Steele about the dossier.” Igor Danchenko may be Russian born but he’s American as apple pie.

Not only was he Steele’s “primary sub-source” he was the only one. The lies he made up for Steel have mutated into current charges, five counts of making false statements to the bureau.

Special Counsel John Durham handled Auten’s interrogation personally, where he revealed that “during those meetings the FBI offered Steele $1 million if he could corroborate allegations in the dossier.” After further questioning he confirmed “Steele could not do so.

The expert then verified that the bureau “had no corroboration of allegations in the dossier but nevertheless took that information and inserted it into the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant to surveil former Trump campaign aide Carter Page.” They tricked the judges into believing they thought it was true when they knew it was fiction. They even forged an email from Carter Page to do it.

A busy day for the bureau

September 19, 2016 was a busy day for the bureau. Not only did they log in Steele’s reports which would later be called his “dossier,” they submitted the first wiretap application for Carter Page that day. Coincidentally, that was the same day that “then-Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann brought white papers to a meeting at FBI headquarters with then-FBI General Counsel James Baker.

He knew they were lies and was acquitted of feeding them to the instigators but the fact remains Sussmann “alleged the Trump Organization was using a secret back channel to communicate with Kremlin-linked Alfa Bank in the weeks leading up to the presidential election.

Not only did he bring the FBI information he knew was bogus, he lied to the bureau by telling them he wasn’t working for anyone in particular when he did it.

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He was paid directly by Hillary Clinton’s campaign for it and was also working for the guy who cooked up the lies in his briefcase. He got away with that because lying to the bureau really doesn’t matter anymore. Everybody does it.

Auten also testified that the bureau did try to verify Steele’s information. They were hunting proof they could use like it was the holy grail but couldn’t find any. “The FBI reached out to other intelligence agencies to see if they could corroborate information relating to dossier, which was commissioned by opposition research firm Fusion GPS and paid for by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee through law firm Perkins Coie.

He admitted “repeatedly” that the bureau “never received corroboration of the information in the Steele dossier, but he stressed that it was used in the initial FISA application and in the three subsequent renewals.

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