The Clinton campaign and DNC paid for the phony Fusion GPS political hit dossier on President Trump, though their lies still contradict as to who delivered it. McCain has…
Apparently unable to continue the denials and falling back to their next point from which to mount their defense, the Clinton and Democrat mouthpiece, the Bezos Washington Post confirmed Clinton and the DNC orchestrated the Russia Dossier creation.
The Washington Post wrote, “The Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee helped fund research that resulted in a now-famous dossier containing allegations about Donald Trump’s connections to Russia and possible coordination between his campaign and the Kremlin.”
They must be of the opinion that the money trail, in the form of the Fusion GPS bank account records, was about to be opened up for all to see and be trying to put their version of the events out there first.
Marc E. Elias, a name we remember from the days when he was pretending to be reluctantly going along with the Jill Stein-George Soros election recounts, was the one who initially retained the services of Fusion GPS.
They then hired the author of what may well have been initially and deliberately contracted to be a false, libelous work of fiction, Christopher Steele, to produce a salacious document, the dossier, that would in theory sink President Trump.
While the opposition research was funded by a still unknown Republican client, one that will be revealed if the bank records are made public, initially, the Clinton campaign picked them up in April of 2016, through Elias and his law firm. That relationship continued until October of 2016.
It’s interesting that the Washington Post claims in their article that Fusion GPS “gave Steele’s reports and other research documents to Elias,” as John McCain sent an envoy to the UK to retrieve the dossier, who turned it over to McCain, who then personally delivered it to James Comey on December 9th, 2016. At least that’s the story we’ve been fed by the RINO from Arizona. It doesn’t seem that both of these stories could be true.
The Washington post did receive specific information as to the dollar amounts paid to Fusion GPS but their sources did acknowledge that both the Clinton campaign and the DNC shared the cost.
People involved in the matter said they would not disclose the dollar-amounts paid to Fusion GPS, but said the campaign and the DNC shared the cost. The Clinton campaign paid the Elias law firm, Perkins Coie $5.6 million in legal fees from June of 2015 to December 2016 with the DNC kicking in another $3.6 million since November of 2015. It’s not possible to determine from available records how much of that went to fund the Fusion GPS political hit piece.
There is also no information at this time as to whether or not the FBI paid for any of the Steele and Fusion GPS product, but it is an open question that is still being asked. Everybody who knows what really happened is trying to keep a lid on things, including the corrupt FBI and DOJ officials who were directly and indirectly involved.
House Intelligence Committee chairman, Rep. Devin Nunes (CA), has had enough of the obstructionism and subpoenaed Fusion GPS’s bank records. The judge in the case is expected to rule on whether they will be made public as early as Tuesday.
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