It’s coming out just how many strings were pulled to try and take down Donald Trump.
And Hillary Clinton’s campaign is right at the center.
A big arrest exposed a Clinton connection that’s making Hillary tremble with fear.
It’s been well known for years that the Steele dossier was completely unfounded and a false piece of garbage that was used by the FBI to start an investigation against Donald Trump’s campaign.
Clinton’s campaign paid for the Steele dossier and now it’s turned out that Igor Danchenko, the principal source of the dossier, has connections to Clinton.
These revelations came to light when special counsel John Durham indicted Danchenko who has been charged with five counts of lying to the FBI in interviews during 2017.
Danchenko wasn’t a person with deep connections to the inside workings of the Kremlin, he was a Russian native working for the Brookings Institution, and the president at the time was Strobe Talbott, an old friend of Bill Clinton’s who worked in the Clinton State Department.
Durham’s indictment alleges that Danchenko lied about where he was getting his information from.
“Danchenko is…alleged to have concealed that one of his sources for the information he provided to Steele was a longtime Democratic Party operative who was close to the Clintons — having worked on both of Bill Clinton’s successful presidential campaigns and Hillary Clinton’s unsuccessful 2008 presidential campaign. This source was revealed on Thursday to be Chuck Dolan, a public relations executive who had Russian contacts, and referred to as ‘PR Executive-1’ in the indictment.” The New York Post reported.
What Durham is trying to prove in court is that the Steele dossier was a pack of lies that was put together not with information from Russia but with information from the Clinton campaign.
Durham also alleged that Danchenko “fabricated the claim that the president of the Russian-American Chamber of Commerce informed him that, during the 2016 presidential campaign, Trump was involved in a well-developed ‘conspiracy of cooperation’ with the regime of Russian President Vladimir Putin. In reality, the indictment says, this conversation never happened,” the New York Post stated.
The most disturbing part about this isn’t the allegation that the source of the Steele dossier was getting his information from the Clinton campaign.
The bigger question is, why didn’t the FBI thoroughly investigate the Steele dossier before spying on the campaign of a presidential candidate?
If the FBI is going to spy on an American political campaign, there needs to be a very good and transparent explanation as to why that happened.
But it appears that the FBI didn’t even interview Danchenko before going to the federal Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in October 2016.
The allegations suggest that the Clinton campaign was at the bottom of the Trump-Russia rumors and the FBI acted in a way that helped Clinton enormously.
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