The Senate Judiciary Committee is hitting a brick wall when it comes to getting questions answered from a firm that created the opposition research.
If the Senate Judiciary Committee continues to have problems getting answers from the firm that hired a British Spy to find damaging information on then-GOP candidate Donald Trump, then they need to press a lot harder.
There are ways to get around them not wanting to work with us and our government should know how to do that already. The media went crazy with that fake news dossier so it’s on us to find out who ordered it, who paid for it and why.
Source: Daily Caller
The opposition research firm that hired a former British spy to dig up dirt on Donald Trump last year is refusing to answer questions recently posed to it by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The firm, Fusion GPS, is protected by attorney-client privilege and the First Amendment, its attorneys said in a letter to the committee.
The chairman of the Senate panel, Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, sent a letter to Fusion GPS last month inquiring about the Trump research project.
Fusion GPS, which was founded by former Wall Street Journal reporter Glenn Simpson, hired ex-MI6 agent Christopher Steele in June to uncover any Trump ties to Russia. Steele produced a series of memos laying out various allegations about Trumpworld’s ties to Russian government officials. For its part, Fusion GPS was on the payroll of an unidentified Democratic ally of Hillary Clinton’s.
— The Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) April 16, 2017
@DailyCaller Because it’s all BS
— George Steidle (@GeorgeSteidle) April 16, 2017
— Lee Alley (@lee_alley) April 14, 2017
@lee_alley If Theresa May knows what’s good for the UK, she’ll tie Steele up and post him to D.C.
— Jubal E. Harshaw (@alimhaider) April 14, 2017
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