Fusion GPS bank records were released on Tuesday to the House Intelligence Committee and they were a bit underwhelming. Missing was some very key information about payments to…
The swamp creatures have an endless variety of ways of dragging out and obstructing investigations into their criminal wrongdoing. They seem to also have more than enough help from within the judiciary and executive branch departments and agencies to keep things stalled until a political criminal can once again be installed as President.
The much awaited unsealing of the Fusion GPS bank records happened on Tuesday, with only information related to transactions with two law firms visible. Their favorite black marker was applied to everything else, including the names of journalists they employed as paid propagandists.
There was nothing visible regarding their payments to Christopher Steele, the Trump dossier creator, nor any other information that might prove of interest.
The House Intelligence Committee doesn’t have the power that special prosecutor Robert Mueller does to look at someone’s records and see what might be there of an incriminating nature. They have to guess and have the cooperation of a judge. In this instance they also felt compelled to strike a deal with the criminals but even those restrictive conditions weren’t complied with by Fusion GPS.The documents list 112 transactions in all.
The Records show that the Soros affiliated law firm of Perkins Coie, which represented the Clinton campaign and DNC, paid Fusion a total of $1,024,408 between May 24, 2016 and Dec. 28, 2016. The largest dollar amount of any single contribution shown was $365,275, paid on October 28th, 2016.The last payment shown came after the election, in late December.
Challenging the obvious cover up and stall, lawyers for the House Intelligence Committee filed a memo on Tuesday seeking transaction documentation for nine payments made to “three individual journalists…each of whom have reported on and/or been quoted in articles regarding topics related to the Committee’s investigation, some of which were published as recently as October 2017.”
Naturally, the names of those journalists are being covered up with redactions as the swamp is fighting their exposure with every tool they have available. The unsealed filings show that the payments exist by virtue of the fact that Fusion argued against releasing records related to payments to journalists.
In a declaration dated November 3rd, one of the three founding partners of Fusion GPS, Peter Fritsch argued that “transactions between Fusion GPS and certain journalists…are not pertinent to work related to Russia or Donald Trump.”
Apparently we’re supposed to take the word of a smear merchant who worked with the Russians to defame our President on behalf of the corrupt Obama – Clinton – Soros syndicate. A day earlier, in correspondence to the Intelligence Committee’s lawyers, they contended “records related to payments to the journalists and ‘individuals’ are protected by the First Amendment and confidentiality, and they are not pertinent.”
There’s some fire under that smoke it seems. There is a motivating factor for the resistance and it’s part of the reason a special counsel will likely never be appointed by the Sessions DOJ. What if they found evidence of a crime? How would they cover that up?
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