Democrat Senatrix Scrambles To Protect Deep State

Realizing the perjury perils facing democratic operatives in the Department of Justice, Democratic Senatrix Dianne Feinstein, Senior Senatrix from California unilaterally released the close door testimony of Fusion GPS Founder Glenn Simpson today:

BREAKING NEWS: Fusion GPS Founder’s Senate Testimony Has Been Released

 By Chuck Ross, the Daily Caller

California Sen. Dianne Feinstein circumvented her Republican colleagues on the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday and released more than 300 pages of testimony provided last year by Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson.

Feinstein’s decision came after a tense back-and-forth between Republicans and Democrats over what to do with the transcript of Simpson’s interview, which he provided on Aug. 22.

That battle heated up last week after Simpson and his Fusion GPS co-founder Peter Fritsch penned an op-ed in The New York Times calling on the three congressional committees who have interviewed Fusion GPS employees to release transcripts of the interviews.

Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, balked at the idea, saying that the transcript needed to remain confidential while the panel is interviewing other witnesses.

Virginia Sen. Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, which has also interviewed members of Fusion GPS, also appeared to back Grassley’s rationale last week. He said that he would like Fusion partners to appear for public testimony.

On Monday, two Democrats on the Judiciary committee, Rhode Island Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse and Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal, called on Grassley to release the transcript of Simpson’s testimony, which clocks in at 312 pages.

In a statement, Feinstein said that she released Simpson’s testimony after conferring with her fellow committee Democrats.

“The American people deserve the opportunity to see what he said and judge for themselves,” she said.

Note that the Senatrix from California sits on both the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (which, as I reported here, now has all the “Steele Dossier” documents from the DoJ) and the Senate Committee on the Judiciary.  She has foiled the potential for catching DoJ members of the Deep State in perjury by so doing and the should be stripped of her committee seats and reprimanded on the floor of the Senate for this naked attempt to shield the guilty.

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  • Brett Buck

    I don’t even see her logic, it seems sure to backfire on them, at least as far as “getting Trump” goes.

    I can’t see how this protects the DNC or the Hillary campaign at all, all it shows is the ridiculous lengths they were willing to go to phony up dirt on Trump. They already know and can’t really rebut the fact that it was paid for by a Hillary middle-man. The avoidance of perjury charges for a few DOJ minor players seems trivial in comparison. After all, Trump can and possibly will fire them or have them fired, which is well within his purview.

    In fact, this seems like such a “win a skirmish, lose the war” sort of move that you have to wonder what other bombshell is lurking out there that would make this make more sense.

    • Protecting the dhimmocrat stay behinds at DoJ/FBI, who will be called to testify under oath before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence later this month.

      • Brett Buck

        I get that part, but it seems pretty trivial given the larger issues. I haven’t read the transcript, maybe it is so irrelevant that it doesn’t make any difference.

        • Once the rot is exposed at the FBI/DoJ and the implicated start flipping, the Clintons and all three of Obama’s AG’s are in for the long drop.

  • Wild_Willie

    A desperation play that the DNC is trying to mitigate. Things are about to come out about Clinton and Deep State but I am sure it is too late. Thus the desperation. President Trump is very aware of this. He is also aware of the fact the FBI was actively involved in spying on his campaign since the beginning. Our government is in need of serious course correction.