There’s no doubt anymore that intelligence agencies like the FBI have been fully weaponized against President Trump by the Democrats, but new court documents reveal it may be much worse than we could have imagined.
It turns out the bureau literally paid Igor Danchenko, the primary source for the infamously fabricated “Steele Dossier,” to deliver them information which they could later turn around and use to frame then candidate Donald Trump.
Danchenko was initially suspected by the FBI to be a possible Russian agent, and once they uncovered his ties to Christopher Steele – the bureau chose not to investigate if the information was accurate, but rather to put him on their payroll.
The FBI began paying the Russian in March of 2017 and kept the questionable relationship in tact until October of 2020.
Even worse, Danchenko was indicted for purposely making false statements to the FBI between June and November of 2017 about sources of information he gave to Steele’s firm Orbis Business Solutions, which put the information in reports sent to the bureau.
Prior to that, Danchenko allegedly tried to broker a deal with members of the Obama administration to sell classified intel to Vladimir Putin and it was then uncovered that he “had previous contact with the Russian Embassy and known Russian intelligence officers.”
Essentially, the FBI was well aware of who exactly Danchenko was, and even though they suspected him as a Russian spy, they were willing to do whatever it takes to bring down President Trump.
To understand how the FBI is not yet done targeting Trump and other Republicans, watch the video here.