The establishment has been out to get Donald Trump from the word go.
Democrats parrot the Russian collusion lie to this day.
Now one shocking development in Russiagate will leave you red with rage.
Russiagate has been used as a justification to spy on Donald Trump’s campaign as well as his administration.
But as more evidence is uncovered, the entire investigation looks dirty from the beginning.
Now one of the top FBI investigators related to Russiagate is under a grand jury investigation for refusing to disclose his connections to a Russian oligarch.
Business Insider reported that “late last year, according to internal court documents obtained by Insider, US attorneys secretly convened a grand jury that examined the conduct of Charles McGonigal, the former head of counterintelligence at the FBI field office in New York City. The Justice Department declined to comment on what the grand jury was investigating or whether it remained ongoing. But a witness subpoena obtained by Insider seems to indicate that the government, in part, was looking into McGonigal’s business dealings with a top aide to Oleg Deripaska, the billionaire Russian oligarch who was at the center of allegations that Russia colluded with the Trump campaign to interfere in the 2016 election…While it wouldn’t necessarily have been illegal for McGonigal to work on behalf of Deripaska, failing to disclose activities covered by the Foreign Agents Registration Act, such as lobbying and public relations, is punishable by a $250,000 fine and up to five years in prison.”
One FBI lawyer was already indicted and pleaded guilty lying to the FISA court in order to secure a surveillance warrant against the Trump campaign.
Also, top Hillary Clinton adviser Robby Mook admitted in court that Clinton approved a plan to feed a bogus story about Trump ties to a Russian bank to the corporate-controlled press.
Origins of Russiagate get dirtier as people dig into it.
Business Insider added that “whatever McGonigal’s actions, the fact that he has been swept up in a grand-jury investigation is highly unusual. According to a former senior official at the Justice Department who asked not to be identified, prosecutors almost never consider charges against someone so high up in the FBI. ‘It’s very rare that former FBI people at all, and certainly former senior FBI people, wind up as grand-jury targets,’ the official said.”
Russiagate jammed up the first two years of Trump’s Presidency, and it was the cause of endless leaks and unsubstantiated hit pieces in the press.
Yet there will likely never be a reckoning for the people who orchestrated such a colossal fraud and attempted a soft coup.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.