The corrupt FBI offered Christopher Steele $1 million in 2021 to corroborate the false allegations made against Donald J. Trump in the ludicrous “Pee-Pee” dossier, which makes sense given that the dossier was so ludicrous that someone had to be bribed with a large sum of money to vouch for its veracity.
Also problematic is the fact that the FBI had already sworn in 2016 that the bizarre dossier was accurate.
The agency is tasked with verifying the veracity of the statements made under oath. This article proves that the entire Russia hoax was a hit job on Trump by the FBI, due to his legitimate status as president.
The bizarre dossier was an evident opposition smear that was subsequently proven to have been paid for by Hillary Clinton and her campaign, in conjunction with the DNC and a legal firm, in an attempt to avoid accountability for the fake news the Democrat lapdog media presented to the public as fact.
“The FBI offered ex-British intelligence agent Christopher Steele $1 million to corroborate salacious allegations made in his dossier against former President Donald Trump and members of his 2016 campaign, but he was unable to do so, an FBI official testified Tuesday.
FBI supervisory counterintelligence analyst Brian Auten was the first witness in the trial of Igor Danchenko, the Russian national who served as the primary sub-source for Steele’s anti-Trump dossier and has been charged with five counts of making false statements to the bureau,” Fox News reported, adding:
“Auten testified that he and a group of FBI agents went overseas in early October 2021 to speak with Steele about the dossier. During questioning by Special Counsel John Durham on Tuesday, Auten said that during those meetings the FBI offered Steele $1 million if he could corroborate allegations in the dossier. Auten testified that Steele could not do so.”
Fox offered further information regarding how crooked the entire fraud was:
Auten also stated that the FBI lacked evidence to substantiate the dossier’s claims, but incorporated them into the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) request to monitor former Trump campaign staffer Carter Page.
“On October 21, 2016 [the date of the Carter Page FISA application], did you have any information to corroborate that information?” Durham asked.
Auten confirmed that the FBI began receiving Steele’s findings, subsequently known as the dossier, on September 19, 2016 and submitted its first FISA application on Page on October 21, 2016.
Also on Sept. 19, 2016, then-Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann brought white papers to a meeting with then-FBI General Counsel James Baker alleging that the Trump Organization used a secret back channel to communicate with Kremlin-affiliated Alfa Bank in the weeks leading up to the 2016 presidential election.
In June, Sussmann was acquitted of giving a false statement to the FBI. Sussmann reportedly delivered the material to Baker on September 19, 2016, claiming that he was not performing work for a client but rather delivering the data as a citizen concerned with national security.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Meanwhile, Auten also said 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.
Auten repeatedly admitted under questioning from Durham that the FBI 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. CONTINUE READING…