BOMBSHELL! Trump Administration to Declassify Crucial Evidence Relating to Russia

It looks like the Trump administration is getting ready to release some new and very telling evidence relating to the Russia collusion hoax that the country was trying to help Donald Trump win the election.

This bit of evidence that is set to be declassified and released actually suggests the opposite is true.

Russia actually was trying to hurt the Trump campaign back when he was first running for office contrary to the Democrats' false narrative.

John Solomon reported,

The Trump administration is preparing one of its biggest declassifications yet in the Russia case, a super-secret document that could flip the collusion theory on its head four years after the FBI first started its investigation.

Multiple officials familiar with the planned declassification, which could happen as early as this week, told Just the News that the new evidence will raise the specter that Russian President Vladimir Putin was actually trying to hurt President Trump, not help his election in 2016, as the Obama administration claimed.

An official familiar with the document said it will show the intelligence community “cherry-picked pebbles of evidence” to make the case Russia sought to help Trump win in 2016 when there was similar evidence to the contrary.

This bit of evidence comes after learning about the revelation that was discovered last week that shows the primary source of the Steele dossier was actually someone who was tied to Russian intelligence. In other words, Igor Danchenko, was a Russian spy.

In fact, Danchenko has been under investigation in the past by the FBI and was even labeled as someone who was a "threat to national security."

The more we learn about what really happened surrounding the Russia collusion hoax, the more we see the Democrats being implicated. If...or I should say when Donald Trump wins the election in November, I think the former Obama administration, as well as the Deep State operatives involved, should be very worried.

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