How FBI Director James Comey helped Obama spy on Trump

FBI Director James Comey testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, March 25, 2015, before a House Appropriations subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Budget hearing on the FBI budget. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

We have covered this story from the beginning. A conspiracy running so deep it stretches the entire globe. I have talked about Former CIA Director John Brennan ties to the conspiracy, The GCHQ’s involvement, Hillary Clinton’s launching of the Russia-Trump collusion narrative and the Obama administration’s role in illegal unmasking. 

It is now time to add FBI Director James Comey to the list above. During the March 20th intelligence committee hearings, James Comey was thought to have put the Trump wiretap allegations to bed. Both he and NSA Director Micheal S. Rogers said they knew nothing about his wiretapping claims. The part that the MSM left out of their reporting was the one question that completely changed the narrative of the story.

Comey was asked about if the Obama administration requested a FISA warrant for Donald Trump’s aides. He said he could not answer. This was the moment I had no doubt Trump’s wiretap claims were true. While the MSM continued to push the Russian narrative we watched as damning news continued to come out vindicating Trump’s claims(Links are above).

It took me until a few days ago to realize why Comey hid this fact. Reporting from The Washington Post turned up evidence that James Comey offered to pay former MI6 agent Chris Steele $50,000 if he could verify the documents. The money was never paid to Chris Steele. This is because even Stelle himself said he can not actually verify the claims in the dossier.

Reporting from The Washington Times told us this:

Christopher Steele, the former British spy who wrote the infamous anti-Donald Trump dossier, acknowledges that a sensational charge his sources made about a tech company CEO and Democratic Party hacking is unverified.

In a court filing, Mr. Steele also says his accusations against the president and his aides about a supposed Russian hacking conspiracy were never supposed to be made public, much less posted in full on a website for the world to see on Jan. 10.

He defends himself by saying he was betrayed by his client and that he followed proper internal channels by giving the dossier to Sen. John McCain, Arizona Republican, to alert the U.S. government.

Now, the issue comes in the fact that this “unverified” dossier was used to acquire the FISA warrant.

CNN reported on it first:

The FBI last year used a dossier of allegations of Russian ties to Donald Trump’s campaign as part of the justification to win approval to secretly monitor a Trump associate, according to US officials briefed on the investigation.

The dossier has also been cited by FBI Director James Comey in some of his briefings to members of Congress in recent weeks, as one of the sources of information the bureau has used to bolster its investigation, according to US officials briefed on the probe.

This includes approval from the secret court that oversees the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) to monitor the communications of Carter Page, two of the officials said. Last year, Page was identified by the Trump campaign as an adviser on national security.

What we have here is evidence that FBI Director James Comey involved himself in a scandal that is bigger than Watergate. FBI Director James Comey was given the dossier which contained damning evidence on President Donald Trump. Knowing the evidence was not verified he offered up $50,000 dollars to Steele to verify what the dossier contained. When Steele was unable to verify the case should have ended there. Instead, this unverified dossier was used to acquire FISA warrant. This FISA warrant was then used to spy on Trump and his associates.



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