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If we are to believe the transcript
of Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson's testimony before the Senate Judiciary
Committee in August, released unexpectedly by Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.),
the search for a smoking gun in the dossier scandal may lead us to a dead body,
at least according
to Simpson's lawyer:
During a Senate Judiciary Committee
hearing in August 2017, Glenn Simpson was questioned about whether he tried to
"assess the credibility" of sources behind information uncovered by
Christopher Steele, a former British intelligence agent who compiled the
"Yes, but I'm not going to get
into sourcing information," Simpson said.
Asked again what "steps he took
to verify their credibility," Simpson declined to answer.
His lawyer, Joshua Levy, then
intervened and said Simpson was just trying to protect his sources.
"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 said.
The interview didn't pursue the line
of questioning further.
Well, maybe somebody should pursue
this hand grenade tossed in the middle of the
room. Whoa! Somebody's already been killed as the result
of the dossier put together by former British spy Christopher Steele from
questionable Russian sources and paid for by the Hillary Clinton campaign and
the DNC, and possibly used by the FBI to obtain FISA warrants to spy on the
campaign of Hillary's opponent, Donald J. Trump?
As shocking as this revelation may
be, it dovetails nicely with fear expressed for her safety by former DNC chair
Donna Brazile. In a stunning interview with ABC's George
Stephanopoulos about her new book, Hacks, Brazile made cryptic
references to murdered DNC I.T. staffer Seth Rich and revealed that afterward,
she took the precautions one takes when one fears for his life.
So far, speculation about the
unsolved murder of Seth Rich have been dismissed as right-wing conspiracy
theories, but Brazile's references to him in the light of all that has come out
about WikiLeaks, the Fusion GPS dossier, and Hillary's purchase of the DNC that
rigged the primaries against Bernie Sanders may be a missing piece of this
We have the unsolved murder of a
former DNC staffer, Seth Rich; a former DNC chair who feared for her life; and
a statement by the lawyer for the founder of Fusion GPS suggesting that someone
has been killed over the dossier. Would it be too much to connect
Brazile, according to Newsweek,
in a piece titled "DNC's Donna Brazile Dedicated Her Book to 'Patriot'
Seth Rich, Whose Death Made Her Fear for Own Life," dedicated her book in
part to Rich:
A new book by Donna Brazile, the
former interim chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), has been
making headlines for its controversial claims about the 2016 presidential
election and the Hillary Clinton campaign. But the provocative
points start even before the first chapter, as Brazile reportedly dedicated the
book in part to Seth Rich, the DNC staffer whose murder launched a conspiracy
Axios reported on Sunday that the
book's dedication reads, "In loving memory of my father, Lionel Brazile[,]
Sr.; my beloved sister, Sheila Brazioutlanle; my fearless uncles Nat, Floyd,
and Douglas; Harlem's finest, my aunt Lucille; my friend and mentor, David
Kaufmann; my DNC colleague and patriot, Seth Rich; and my beloved Pomeranian,
Chip Joshua Marvin Brazile (Booty Wipes). I miss y'all." ...
Rich appears elsewhere in Brazile's book, as the Post [italics here and
elsewhere removed –ed.] reported earlier in the weekend. She wrote that
Rich's murder haunted her and that she'd installed surveillance cameras at her
home and would keep the blinds in her office window closed so she could not be
seen by snipers, according to the Post. Brazile talked about Rich on
ABC News's This Week with George Stephanopoulos on
Sunday. She told the host about her critics: "They don't know
what it was like to be over the DNC during this hacking. They don't
know what it's like to bury a child. I did: Seth Rich."
Why did Donna Brazile fear for her
life after Seth's Rich unsolved murder? Were these cryptic
references a way of warning those who she feared might do her harm that more
would be revealed after her possible demise? Only Donna Brazile can
elaborate, and it is doubtful she will at this point.