Judge Rules Fusion GPS Can’t Hide Their Dirty Money Trail From Intel Committee

Fusion GPS had hoped to keep their payments to “journalists” and media companies for their services in smearing President Trump a secret from the Intel Committee

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Fusion GPS will not be able to hide their bank records from the House Intelligence Committee in the furtherance of their cover up, in conjunction with the DOJ and FBI, of apparent criminal wrongdoing in their production and dissemination of the fictitious Steele dossier.

U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon ruled on Thursday that the company contracted by the Clinton campaign in conjunction with the Obama administration and the corrupt leadership of the FBI and DOJ, cannot prevent the House Intelligence Committee from gaining access to their financial records through subpoena.

The House Intelligence Committee is attempting to follow the money trail as part of their investigation into DOJ and FBI corruption as well as the source and motivation behind the creation of the anti-Trump hit piece. Buzzfeed News obtained court records that indicate the request by Fusion GPS for an injunction has been denied.

Fusion had attempted to somehow distort the First Amendment into a license to commit criminal acts,  arguing that revealing the financial data sought by investigators about their business would violate the firm’s First Amendment rights. The First Amendment was not included in the Bill of Rights as a means of escaping prosecution for crimes. The judge rightfully ruled against their petition.

Judge Leon wrote, “Because I find all of Fusion’s objections to the subpoena to be unavailing” the motion was denied. Unlike the agitator so-called judges who have usurped Presidential authority in matters of immigration policy, Leon was appointed by a Republican, George W. Bush.

In his ruling Judge Leon dismissed the argument of Fusion GPS that the sensitive nature of the information should dictate that the documents be denied the Intel Committee, determining that “the committee’s procedures designed to ensure their confidentiality more than adequately protect” the information.

At this point the information will not be made public, but if Jake Tapper, Don Lemon, Chuck Todd or some other blatantly political hack suddenly resigns their top media position without explanation, we’ll have a good idea of who was on their payroll. The sexual assault bloodletting has pretty much run its course. The corruption exposure is likely just beginning.

 

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2 Comments on "Judge Rules Fusion GPS Can’t Hide Their Dirty Money Trail From Intel Committee"

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Well summed up. I’m waiting for who will retire in the coming weeks. Although the current players still have done nothing to bring about justice.

just watched Hannity where he broke a story that the FBI has opened up an investigation into the Clinton’s foundation and her emails and server.
so we will SEE if anything comes of this? or more HORSE AND PONY SHOWS where NO ONE GETS INDICTED OR GOES TO JAIL UNDER JEFF SESSIONS DEPT OF NO JUSTICE.
except for us UNWASHED.