FBI Official Who Investigated Trump Ties to Russia Arrested for Illegal Ties to Russia

Former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Charles McGonigal was arrested on January 21 over his ties to Oleg Deripaska, a Russian oligarch under United States sanction for reasons relating to the 2014 annexation of Crimea.

  • Both McGonigal and Court interpreter Sergey Shestakov violated U.S. sanctions by agreeing to provide services to Deripaska and were thus arrested for conspiring to commit money laundering.
  • Both defendants will be tried by U.S. District Judge Jennifer H. Rearden.
  • McGonigal was involved in the investigation into the Trump campaign’s contacts with Russia during the 2016 election.

Russiagate hoax: As the former head of counterintelligence at the fbi field office in New York City, McGonigal was one of the first bureau officials to hear of allegations that Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos knew the Russians had dirt on Hillary Clinton. This information was used to launch the Crossfire Hurricane investigation into the Trump campaign. The Horowitz report later demonstrated that the fbi opened this investigation based on fabricated evidence. It is ironic that the fbi agent who spearheaded this “witch hunt” against President Donald Trump may be guilty of the same crimes the fbi tried to pin on Trump.

Hypocritical nation: The late Herbert W. Armstrong proved in The United States and Britain in Prophecy that the English-speaking peoples largely descended from the ancient Israelites. The Prophet Isaiah foretold that God would send a foreign nation against end-time Israel because of double standards and moral hypocrisy (Isaiah 10:5-6). The radical left’s handling of the Russiagate hoax exposes this hypocrisy like few things ever have. Hunter Biden and Charles McGonigal are likely guilty of illicit business dealings with Russia, yet the Democrats tried to frame President Trump for these crimes. For a deeper understanding of the treason in our country, read America Under Attack, by Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry.