The scope of the Russia hoax used to go after Trump has just gotten much larger, as it turns out that the main source of the fabricated Steele dossier document was actually a paid FBI operative.
According to newly unsealed court documents from the Special Counsel John Durham investigation, Igor Danchenko, a man who the bureau had previously suspected of being a Russian spy, was on the FBI’s payroll in exchange for providing them with information that would incriminate Donald Trump – information which was later determined to be completely false.
The FBI began paying the Russian in March of 2017 and kept the questionable relationship intact until October of 2020.
Prior to his time being an FBI informant, Danchenko allegedly tried to convince members of the Obama administration to provide him with classified intel, which he suggested he could easily sell to the Russian government.
The FBI was well aware of this, along with the fact that Danchenko had been in contact with the Russian Embassy and known Russian intelligence officers.
Blinded by their desire to “get” Trump, the FBI decided to put aside the fact that Danchenko himself was a potential Russian operative and opted to believe whatever he said at face value.
However, during his tenure as an informant, Danchenko was indicted for purposely making false statements to the FBI five times between June and November of 2017.
And it doesn’t stop there, as Durham has claimed he is going to unveil “many more” lies that Danchenko told to the FBI, while the agency was paying him with American tax-payer dollars.
To see Trump’s reaction to this major news and how it could turn the tide in his efforts to save America, watch the video here.