Durham’s Probe Just Revealed Two Jaw-Dropping Nuggets About Team Hillary and The FBI

Durham’s Probe Just Revealed Two Jaw-Dropping Nuggets About Team Hillary and The FBI

There’s been some new information uncovered in the Durham probe. This can get confusing for people who follow this Rusia hoax closely, and for the casual observer who doesn’t read 200 pages a day on it, it can seem like a web of confusion.

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I am going to summarize this new information in simple layperson’s terms so hopefully, it’ll make quick sense of things. However; I encourage you to read the entire story from our friends over at American Greatness.

There is a man by the name of Sergi Millan. And you may have heard his name batted around. Since 2016, the purveying theory being floated around was that Millan was the guy who gave “credibility” to a key piece of “damning information” in the dossier – the claim about “collusion” between Russia and Trump in the 2020 election.

So, who is this guy Sergei Millan? Well, he’s the president of the goofy “Russian-American Chamber of Commerce,” which is a flimflam operation run out of Millian’s Queens, New York, apartment. It’s a sketchy joke, to be honest.

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Until the recent Danchenko indictment, the story about Millan and his “credibility” to the “collusion story” stood firm. But now, all of that has changed, and it’s NOT good news for Team Hillary and one other group, which I’ll elaborate on in a moment.

So, here’s the “jaw-dropper” that was uncovered and reported by America Greatness:

Durham’s recent indictment states that the story Danchenko attributed to Millian (alternately, Source D and Source E in the Steele dossier) did not come from Millian.

Rather, the story came from the long-time Clinton supporter, PR executive Charles Dolan, himself tied to the Russian Federation from past years representing the country. At the same time Dolan was sourcing these claims to Danchenko, he was closely consulting with Russian “diplomats,” another word for “intelligence agents.”

But wait, it actually gets better…here’s that bit about the other “group”…

So, while we now know Millan wasn’t the guy who spread the “key story,” we now have to wonder, who this guy really is and what part he plays in this whole thing, right?

Well, look at this doozy from American Greatness:

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… this is a jaw-dropping revelation, because it shows direct collaboration between the Clinton campaign and the Russian government in fomenting a baseless charge. In other words, Clinton forces can no longer blame the anti-Trump smear campaign on a shady British ex-spy.

But this seeming blockbuster is dwarfed by the implications of Millian’s nonengagement in Steele’s lies. Millian was not a dishonest Danchenko crony, as astute observers had assumed.

Rather, the evidence suggests he was working for . . . the FBI!

If that is so, then the FBI was not just acting incompetently by vetting the partisan falsehoods of the dossier. Rather, it was, chillingly and actively fabricating them.

Boom.

Isn’t this feeling a little like the “January 6th” setup? I regret to inform you that the Federal Bureau of Instigation is at it again, folks.

Think about it, we’ve been told for going on six years now, that the FBI was just some buffoonish ancillary character in this massive story, a bunch of ding-a-lings who had no clue that a web of lies was being woven around them by these so-called stealth “Russia hoax artists,” when in fact, the guy who is the “key plater” is likely working directly for them.

Game, set, match.

And, of course, let’s not forget that this new nugget literally ties Team Hillary to the very heart and soul of this ghoulish Deep State coup attempt.

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Many of us have obviously thought this was exactly what was going on, but now we’re actually seeing that evidence fall into place, and it’s quite remarkable.

I just gave you a little appetizer on this story, please take a moment to read the entire piece, which is artfully done, over at American Greatness. 

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