Fusion GPS Founder Testimony: ‘Makes Sense’ FBI Paid Expenses for Anti-Trump Dossier!

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The co-founder of the opposition research firm Fusion GPS, Glenn Simpson, stated in congressional testimony it “makes sense” that the FBI paid for a British spy who was contracted by the company to produce the largely discredited anti-Trump dossier.

Last July, Christopher Steele traveled to Rome, where he met with an FBI contact to supply the agency with the anti-Trump dossier and other information he found during the course of his anti-Trump work.

Mr. Steele was on the payroll of Fusion GPS, who was being paid by the Democratic Party to do opposition research on Donald Trump. He did so while working with the FBI.

Simpson stated that as far as he knew Fusion GPS did not fund Steele’s trip to Rome to meet with the FBI. He said he believes that the trip expenses may have been reimbursed by the FBI.

“I don’t think we did,” Simpson stated, referring to whether Fusion GPS paid for Steele’s travel to Rome to meet with the FBI. “I have no information that we paid for it.”

He continued: “Again, this sort of emphasizes, you know, the point I was making earlier which was this was something that I considered to be something that Chris took on on his own based on his professional obligations and not something that was part of my project.”

“So it makes sense to me that he was reimbursed by them,” he stated, referring to the FBI.

Just before those statements, Simpson was asked: “Do you know who paid for Mr. Steele’s trip to Rome to meet with the FBI?”

Simpson replied: “I have read recently that — I think in a letter from Senator Grassley that the FBI reimbursed the expense. But to be clear, I mean, that’s it.”

Steele’s dossier reportedly served as some of the basis for the FBI’s investigation into Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and unsubstantiated claims of coordination with Russia.

Members of the House on Thursday said they had  viewed a “shocking” classified memo detailing abuse of FISA act by senior Obama Justice Department and FBI officials. The 4 page report covered the investigation of the Trump campaign and unsubstantiated Russian collusion.

Many congressmen called for it to be declassified and available to the public immediately.

The memo also contains information about the dossier put together by Fusion GPS that alleged Trump and members of his team colluded with Russians in the 2016 election.

It was revealed in October that the dossier was funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee. Despite being a political document, the dossier was reportedly part of the evidence FBI officials used to apply for and obtain a warrant through a secret FISA court to spy on Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

It is becoming very clear that the Obama administration took steps to undermine Trump’s presidential campaign using “police state” tactics, including spying on the Trump campaign. It is also clear that President Trump’s tweet accusing the Obama administration of wiretapping Trump Tower was accurate.

Members of the public and Congress are now calling for the new FISA classified doccument to be declassified and released to the public.

“The classified report compiled by House Intelligence is deeply troubling and raises serious questions about the upper echelon of the Obama DOJ and Comey FBI as it relates to the so-called collusion investigation.”

DeSantis also said the House intelligence committee, pursuant to House rules, should vote to make the report publicly available as soon as possible.

“While the report is classified as Top Secret, I believe the select committee should, pursuant to House rules, vote to make the report publicly available as soon as possible. This is a matter of national significance and the American people deserve the truth,” he said.

“Rule X of the House Rules allows the select committee to publicly disclose any information in its possession after a determination by the select committee that the public interest would be served by such disclosure.”

According to House Rules, if the House intelligence committee votes to make the report public, President Trump would have five days to issue an objection. If he objected, it would take a vote on the House floor.

This is most likely, the biggest news of during the Trump Presidency. It totally turns the whole collusion and election tampering story right back on Hillary Clinton and former President Obama.

Get the popcorn, double butter!


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