Glenn Simpson, the founder of Fusion GPS, has cancelled his testimony before Congress next week.
Christopher Steele, a former British ex covert spy who once served in Moscow, was paid by Fusion GPS, funded through a group of large DNC donors, and Hillary Clinton supporters to compile the information as opposition research.
The dossier, among other things, says that Russian officials tried to influence Trump by preparing to blackmail him with sex tapes and bribe him with business deals.
As the old saying goes, ‘Those with nothing to hide, hide nothing.’ If he was telling the truth, he would have no problem showing up and explaining where the horrifyingly wicked lies that he gathered under the title intelligence came from.
Simpson will not testify next week on the fake dossier.
The Washington Examiner reported:
The co-founder of a firm behind an unverified intelligence dossier about President Trump and his relationship with Russia will not testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee next week, after he was scheduled to do so, according to a Politico report Thursday.
On Wednesday, the committee had announced a July 19 hearing that included Glenn Simpson, the co-founder of the political and corporate intelligence firm Fusion GPS, as a witness.
This request raised the expectation that Simpson would provide details about the dossier, which was said to have been collected during last year’s presidential campaign.