Posted by Curt on 12 October, 2022 at 1:48 pm. 1 comment.


by Ace

Hey FBI — if I float you a theory about my political enemies, who will be Democrats and neocons, will you offer me a million dollar bounty to dig up the proof for that theory, or nah?
Nah, right?
That’s how desperate the FBI was to prove the “dossier” was true, which they knew was paid for by Hillary Clinton: They were offering a one million dollar cash prize for proof.
But no proof was ever produced.
Because this Russian-agent c*nt made it all up.
This came out on the first day of the obstruction of justice trial of Igor “Iggy” Danchenko, Christopher Steele’s actual Russian source, a do-nothing, know-nothing fuckboy alcoholic working for the Clinton-connected Brookings Institute and openly coveting a spot in the would-be Clinton Administration.

Shortly before the 2016 election, the FBI offered retired British spy Christopher Steele “up to $1 million” to prove the explosive allegations in his dossier about Donald Trump, a senior FBI analyst testified Tuesday.The cash offer was made during an October 2016 meeting between Steele and several top FBI officials who were trying to corroborate Steele’s claims that the Trump campaign was colluding with Russia to win the election.
FBI supervisory analyst Brian Auten testified that Steele never got the money because he could not “prove the allegations.”

This is the scumbag leftwinger who was assigned to both the Russiagate probe — he was handing out one million dollar bounties for October Surprises that would sink Trump — and the Hunter Biden laptop case — he claimed that it was all Russian Disinformation, which of course resulted in his fellow FBI officials tell the social media companies to clamp down on stories about it.

Auten also said Steele refused to provide the names of any of his sources during that meeting, and that Steele didn’t give the FBI anything during that meeting that corroborated the claims in his explosive dossier.Auten was testifying at the criminal trial of Igor Danchenko, a primary source for Steele’s dossier, who is being prosecuted by special counsel John Durham. Danchenko has pleaded not guilty to lying to the FBI.

So the FBI knew that all the claims in the Steele “Dossier” were a worthless pile of claims with no proof behind them, with Steele not even willing to disclose his “sources.”
Which were all Iggy Danchenko, a Washington, DC resident and chronic drunk.
But guess what they did anyway?

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