Deep State FBI Leaks Documents to Buzzfeed Conspiracy Website on Junk Russia Spy Case — THEY GOT NOTHING!

Russian operative Maria Butina was indicted this week on charges of being a covert Russian agent.

Butina struck up friendships with the influential leaders of the National Rifle Association and the Conservative Political Action Conference.

Butina was charged with conspiracy to act as an agent of the Russian Federation and is being held without bond.

Investigative reporter John Solomon told Lou Dobbs last week that the FBI knew about Butina and her operations but they did not warn the conservatives who she was cozying up to.

Maria Butina was meeting with Obama Treasury officials while she was spying on the NRA and conservatives.

On Tuesday the Deep State FBI released documents to conspiracy site Buzzfeed on Butina the Great Russian Spy.

The FBI documents show that Butina and her boyfriend Republican Paul Erickson had bank transactions totaling $300,000 offer a look at how she and her boyfriend financed what deep state prosecutors say was a Russian campaign to influence American politics.

That’s right— $300,000!
The Deep State FBI and far left media want you to believe $300,000 in transactions between an American and his Russian girlfriend influenced the 2016 campaign.

Hillary Clinton spent a billion dollars on her campaign.
And the Deep State FBI and Buzzfeed want you to believe $300,000 influenced the election.

They got nothing folks.

The left is pushing any junk story they can to keep the Russian conspiracy alive.
Never trust the Deep State.
Never trust Buzzfeed or the US mainstream media.

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