The “Russian collusion hoax” has finally come back to bite the so-called “intelligence community” in the butt

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U.S. intelligence agencies have been running amok for far too long.

With many of their schemes now being exposed working class Americans are demanding a change.

And now the “Russian collusion hoax” has finally come back to bite the so-called “intelligence community” in the butt.

Americans are beginning to learn the truth

Former President Donald Trump has been under investigation by Democrats weaponized government since before he ever even took the oath of office.

The FBI used fabricated evidence to support the use of FISA warrants into the 2016 Trump Presidential campaign.

The investigation went on for years, and included numerous leaks to the press.

That led many Americans to believe the lie that the former President was working with the Russian government to win the 2016 election and subvert the will of the people.

The culmination of the Mueller report was the first domino to fall in the Russia collusion hoax.

Special Counsel John Durham continued that path, painting an image of what really happened with the abusive practices by the Obama regime in the FISA courts.

Now, it looks like the narrative is finally coming back to hit the intelligence community where it hurts.

Former senior intelligence official could plead guilty to money laundering and avoiding U.S. sanctions

Charles McGonigal, a former senior FBI agent, is expected to enter a plea agreement on August 15 over the “Russia collusion” hoax.

He’s expected to plead guilty after being accused of working with Oleg Deripaska, a Russian oligarch that has been sanctioned by the United States.

McGonigal served as the top FBI counterintelligence official in New York, and worked directly on the Russia probe.

He has been criminally charged with money laundering and evading U.S. sanctions, which makes him one of the highest-ranking intelligence officials ever to be criminally charged.

According to a report by The Daily Mail’s Seth DuCharme, the attorney for McGonigal mentioned in a status hearing last week that he thought the case was coming to a close.

He said that he believed there was a “decent chance the case is going to be resolved.”

The plea agreement shouldn’t come as a surprise after major evidence was revealed in January. 

McGonigal is also being investigated over payments received from an Albanian intelligence official

The prosecution revealed in January that McGonigal received secret payments from Deripaska after the oligarch requested that he investigate a business rival.

McGonigal also openly advocated for the U.S. government to drop sanctions that they had against Deripaska.

Deripaska was placed on the U.S. blacklist in 2018 – the same time as another two dozen Russian officials.

The U.S. Treasury Department said that the sanctions are based on investigations that allege money laundering, extortion, and racketeering.

He’s also accused of being involved in Russian organized crime.

McGonigal also faces charges in a separate case that is being prosecuted in Washington D.C. 

Those charges are based on $225,000 in payments he received from another foreign national that was working on behalf of Albanian intelligence at the time.

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.