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The FBI leadership under James Comey spent two years trying to overthrow Donald Trump.

Comey and his crew used possible collusion with Russia as the basis to try and rig the 2016 election.

But now one Congressman revealed that the FBI is sitting on this smoking gun and Trump will be furious.

Congressman Reveals The FBI’s Smoking Gun

Republican Congressman John Ratcliffe appeared on Maria Bartiromo’s Fox News ‘Sunday Futures’ program.

Ratcliffe serves on the House Intelligence Committee and has a birds-eye view into the FBI’s Russia investigation.

He explained to Bartiromo that the FBI sat on evidence that proved Trump was innocent.

“Hypothetically, if the Department of Justice and the FBI have another piece of evidence that directly refutes that, that directly contradicts that, what you would expect is for the Department of Justice to present both sides of the coin to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to evaluate the weight and sufficiency of that evidence,” Ratcliffe said.

“Instead, what happened here was Department of Justice and FBI officials in the Obama administration in October of 2016 only presented to the court the evidence that made the government’s case to get a warrant to spy on a Trump campaign associate,” he added.

The FBI claimed they began investigating Trump on July 31, 2016.

Australian diplomat Alexander Downer said Papadopoulos told him that a professor approached him with information that the Russians had “dirt” on Hillary Clinton.

When WikiLeaks began releasing the Democrat National Committee emails in July, the Australian government passed that information along to the FBI.

Ratcliffe said the FBI had information that contradicted the claim that Papadopoulos potentially colluded with the Russians.

If that is the case, the FBI faked the basis of the investigation into Russian collusion.

What Is The FBI hiding?

Donald Trump gave the order to declassify additional Russia investigation documents.

However, he pulled back the order when two allies claimed it would threaten their intelligence services.

But Ratcliffe stated that releasing the documents would not threaten any national security interests.

“My opinion is that declassifying them would not expose any national security information, would not expose any sources and methods,” said Ratcliffe. “It would expose certain folks at the Obama Justice Department and FBI and their actions taken to conceal material faces from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.”

Many people believe the unnamed allies were Great Britain and Australia.

They have a lot to fear.

Australia passed Downer’s tip on to the FBI about Papadopoulos.

And the Australian media is reporting that the professor who approached Papadopoulos is actually a British intelligence asset.

Critics believe they pressed Trump to keep the documents secret to avoid potential embarrassment.

The documents could show that the FBI colluded with foreign spies to undermine Barack Obama’s political opponent.

This disclosure would throw America’s relationship with the two countries into chaos.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.