Bombshell: FBI agent testifies ‘fired up’ leadership pushed Trump probe despite flimsy evidence

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(Worthy News) – In explosive testimony, Tuesday in the Michael Sussmann trial, an agent said “fired up” senior FBI leadership insisted on continuing the investigation into now-debunked allegations of a secret back channel to Moscow via a Russian bank despite learning the story was unsubstantiated.

FBI agent Curtis Heide was the co-case agent on the investigation into the allegation that there was a secret communications channel between the Trump Organization and Kremlin-linked Alfa Bank. He testified on Tuesday in the Sussmann trial that the bureau’s top brass pushed for the investigation.

Heide was told in an instant message from FBI Agent Joe Pientka, who was the supervisor leading the Crossfire investigation regarding Trump- collusion allegations, that senior leadership was “fired up” about the Alfa Bank and  Trump Organization email servers and not opening an investigation was not an option. He received this message two days after Sussmann met with then-FBI General Counsel James Baker to give him the underlying, allegedly pretextual data.  [ Source: Just the News (Read More…) ]

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