BOMBSHELL: Fusion GPS Founder Makes SHOCK ADMISSION On Who Was MURDERED Over RUSSIAN DOSSIER

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Sean Brown AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

On Tuesday Sen. Dianne Feinstein unilaterally released the transcripts from the testimony of the founders of Fusion GPS, and boy was there ever a bombshell contained within them.

In all, Feinstein released 312 pages of the testimony of Glenn Simpson on Aug. 22 of last year. Feinstein said she did so in the interest of “transparency,” but the truth is that she did it so that Democrats had more ammunition as the Russian collusion narrative dies slower than Bugs Bunny in a Looney Tunes cartoon.

According to Fox News, Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley called the release “confounding” since Feinstein dropped it right “in the middle of an investigation,” but truth be told, this is going to work out worse for Democrats than Republicans or President Trump. In fact, the “transparent” documents were heavily redacted and mostly showed that Simpson refused to answer a number of key questions, but what it did reveal is going to have conspiracy theorists going insane.

From Fox [emphasis added]:

Among the many revelations in the document, though, is the claim from Simpson’s attorney that someone died because the dossier — which was commissioned by Fusion GPS — was publicly released.

“He wants to be very careful to protect his sources,” attorney Josh Levy said during the Aug. 22 Senate Judiciary Committee interview of his client. “Somebody’s already been killed as a result of the publication of this dossier and no harm should come to anybody related to this honest work.”

Levy didn’t elaborate on who was killed. The website BuzzFeed first published the dossier online last January, airing its unverified allegations about President Trump’s connections with Russia.

Hmm, now who could that have been? Let’s look at the timeline of events and see if maybe we can do a little bit of good old-fashioned detective work.

Perkins Coie, who was being paid by Hillary Clinton and the DNC, took over the investigative costs for the dossier in April of 2016. From that point on, they hired former British spy Christopher Steele for one specific purpose – find any dirt you can, using any method you need, on candidate Trump – so naturally, Steele used his Kremlin connections to falsify dirt the likely Republican nomination for president.

Fast forward to July 10, 2016, when DNC staffer Seth Conrad Rich was gunned down after being shot in the back three times in what police described as a “botched robbery,” only nothing was taken off of Rich’s body. Instead, his attackers shot him, stole nothing, then fled the scene, although it’s unclear if Rich had any work-related items with him such as a briefcase or a bag containing documents.

While Rich wasn’t involved with the financing within the DNC – we was a tech guy – word travels fast around offices, and he very well may have heard about what the DNC and Hillary were doing during the campaign and threatened to go public. If that’s the case – there’s several theories as to why he was killed, one of which is he was the source for Wikileaks – then it makes perfect sense that Simpson’s lawyer was talking about him when he made the cryptic statement.

That’s not to mention, if Rich was the source for Wikileaks, what would stop him from exposing a sinister plot to thwart the will of the voters using falsified information crated by the Kremlin?

Of course, this is all speculation, and really it’s up for you to decide. But damn if this lawyer’s remarks aren’t extremely telling, in this reporter’s opinion.

Do you think the lawyer was talking about Seth? Let us know in the comments!

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