The firm that is responsible for the discredited “Trump Dossier” that rocked headlines in January of this year is now being investigated on Capitol Hill. Sara Carter, the reporter that has been all over the Obamagate story brings this to us from Circa News. You would think that the media at large would cover this story, but because it doesn’t agree with the anti-Trump narrative they bury it.

The firm behind the salacious anti-Trump Russian dossier and a suspected former Russian intelligence officer are being investigated by the Senate Judiciary Committee after the discovery that they were lobbying for the Kremlin against a U.S. law targeting Russian officials suspected of involvement in the death of a whistleblower. 

Fusion GPS, the firm behind the anti-Trump dossier, and Rinat Akhmetshin, an suspected Soviet agent, lobbied on behalf of the Kremlin against the Global Magnitsky Act, which passed in 2012. 

The act was created in response to the suspicious death of a Russian whistleblower, Sergei Magnitsky, who accused Kremlin officials and crime bosses of laundering $230 million, some used to purchase U.S. real estate. 

Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, an Iowa Republican, sent a letter to acting Deputy Attorney General Dana Boente, concerned that the Justice Department has failed to enforce the Foreign Agents Registration Act. 

“Fusion GPS is the company behind the creation of the unsubstantiated dossier alleging a conspiracy between President Trump and Russia,” said Grassley, adding the company appears to be connected to Russian intelligence and Kremlin propaganda. 

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This is a normal tactic of the media. Only report bad news on Trump. Anything that may exonerate him or call into question his attackers, ignore. It’s despicable.

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