When Senator Dianne Feinstein leaked the testimony from Fusion GPS’s Glen Simpson, she claimed foggy decision making due to a cold medicine…So she didn’t confer with Senator Grassley before taking the initiative to release this information? She should be in big trouble but it’s 2018 and Democrats aren’t punished for their behavior….

What came out of the released testimony is a shocking revelation…Glenn Simpson thought he should decide for us who should be president. No kidding!

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Remember that Simpson’s company was hired by the Democrats to produce a dossier on candidate Trump. They produced a phony 35 page “piece of crap” that they passed off to the FBI as true. This fake dossier was used by the FBI to spy on the Trump campaign.

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From the Glenn Simpson testimony:

 “I reached an opinion about Donald Trump and his suitability to be president of the United States and I was concerned about whether he was the best person for the job.” 

Breitbart.com reported:

In testimony released publicly last week, Glenn R. Simpson, the co-founder of the controversial opposition research firm Fusion GPS conceded that he opposed Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy and that his negative opinions of the politician may have “entered” into his “thinking.”

Fusion GPS compiled the infamous, largely discredited 35-page dossier accusing Trump and his presidential campaign of ties with Russia.

In August 22 testimony released last week and reviewed in full by Breitbart News, Simpson made the following admission:

I think it’s safe to say that, you know, at some point probably early in 2016 I had reached a conclusion about Donald Trump as a businessman and his character and I was opposed to Donald Trump. I’m not going to pretend that that wouldn’t have entered into my thinking.

You know, again, I was a journalist my whole life. So we were, you know, trained not to take sides and practiced in not taking sides. So most of what I do as a research person is we try to avoid getting into situations where one’s etiology or political views would cloud your work because it’s a known hazard, but, you know, I reached an opinion about Donald Trump and his suitability to be president of the United States and I was concerned about whether he was the best person for the job.


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