Fox News has released another key piece of the democrat collusion, lying, and criminal orgy conducted during the campaign last year. The co-founder of Fusion GPS, the firm responsible for fabricating the Trump dossier, actually met with a Russian lawyer before and after the lawyer met with Donald Trump Jr. and other members of the Trump presidential campaign.
Democrats have lauded the meeting as a smoking gun, showing that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to find “dirt” on Clinton. Of course, no one actually has to look for evidence about Hillary’s schemes, bribes, and unethical conduct, but the meeting has been touted by liberals as proof that both sides engaged in “opposition research.”
Now, it turns out, that it may not be true. Throughout the subsequent investigations by Robert Mueller and the crucifixion the Trump family has undergone in the press, Trump Jr. has adamantly maintained that although he did attend the meeting with the hope of getting information that would harm Clinton’s presidential chances, the lawyer delivered nothing.
Fusion GPS is a company chock full of Hillary-ites, ready to lie for their dark mistress. Over the last few weeks, information (largely thanks to conservatives in Congress and independent firm Judicial Watch) has emerged concerning exactly who bought the dossier and what was done with it. Glenn Simpson testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee for 10 hours on August 22.
The Democratic National Committee and Clinton’s campaign paid for that “research.” Thanks to Donna Brazile’s incredible revelations, possibly made to ensure that she doesn’t “hang” for the dirty deeds committed last year, Americans now know that the DNC was $24 million in debt due to Obama. Hillary saw her chance and used Wasserman-Shultz to broker a deal that basically allowed her full control of the DNC.
Fusion GPS was paid by Marc Elias’s firm, general counsel for the Clinton campaign, $1.02 million in April 2016. The company then paid Christopher Steele $168,000 for the dossier. The fraudulent stories and memos in the report were given to the FBI and anyone else who wanted to see it. The FBI, without vetting the information, then proceeded to investigate the Trump campaign. Wiretapping and other surveillance techniques were used.
In June, Trump Jr. was approached about a meeting with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya. He admitted that Veselnitskaya offered to deliver dirt on Clinton. Yet, hours before the meeting, while Fusion was being paid to create the fake dossier about so-called collusion, Veselnitskaya and Simpson met in court and then immediately after the meeting as well.
Fox reported, “Simpson’s presence with Veselnitskaya during this critical week in June — together with revelations about Fusion’s simultaneous financial ties to the DNC, Clinton campaign and Russian interests — raise new questions about the company’s role in the 2016 election.”
Veselnitskaya has said that she really sought the meeting to lobby the Trump team about Russian sanctions. This law relates to another Fusion client, Russian oligarch Denis Katsyv. His company, Prevezon Holdings, was sanctioned against doing business in the U.S. for laundering more than $230 million.
That activity was uncovered by Sergei Magnitsky. However, the whistle blower was later beaten to death in a Russian prison, after being arrested for investigating Prevezon and other companies with ties to Putin. In December 2012, the Sergei Magnitsky Rule of Law Accountability Act was passed. It froze Russian assets and banned visas for sanctioned individuals. Fusion, of course, is in the thick of it. It is thought that the firm was lobbing against the law. They want to allow sanctioned Russians to lobby and interact in the U.S.
“What we are finding out is that there is a lot of Russian influence in Washington, and a lot of money flowing in to influence our political process in Washington,” Marc Thiessen, a Washington Post columnist and former Bush administration official, said.
“It’s going into Hillary Clinton. It’s going to Fusion GPS. It’s going into a lobbying campaign up on Capitol Hill against Magnitsky,” he added.
Forget everything about Uranium One for a minute. Basically, Clinton was orchestrating all the power of the federal government (Obama), her own network of minions, and her many Russian contacts in a desperate attempt to find evidence against then candidate Trump. It seems as if Fusion was not above trying to set up the Trump campaign with deliberate bait.
Mueller’s Special Counsel is just another way to damage the man who could ruin all for a women who loves money and power more than anything else. As more evidence is uncovered about the supreme levels of corruption within the DNC, Clinton State Department, and her presidential campaign, it becomes more and more clear that President Trump’s election was an act of merciful providence.
Perhaps he’ll be able to bring about real convictions too.