Russian billionaire  Oleg Deripaska in an op-ed piece wrote that Daniel J Jones told his lobbyist, Washington attorney Adam Waldman that Fusion GPS was a shadow media company funded by several Silicone Valley billionaires and George Soros. Jones is now a private detective but in the past worked for Diane Feinstein who worked as an intelligence staffer. Deripaska says that Waldman testified under oath to the Senate Intelligence Committee and that he testified to what Jones had told him.

Deripaska wrote:

“Yet on March 16, 2017, Daniel Jones — himself a team member of Fusion GPS, self-described former FBI agent and, as we now know from the media, an ex-Feinstein staffer — met with my lawyer, Adam Waldman, and described Fusion as a ‘shadow media organization helping the government,’ funded by a ‘group of Silicon Valley billionaires and George Soros.’ My lawyer testified these facts to the Senate Intelligence Committee on Nov. 3.”

This means that the entire Fusion GPS “investigation” and ensuing media campaign was fully funded by Hillary, the DNC, Silicone Valley billionaires and George Soros. If true, this is the biggest scandal ever to hit in the United States and leaves several people open to sedition and conspiracy charges. Trying to bring down a lawfully elected president using fake information fed to Christopher Steele by Hillary’s best bud, Sidney Blumenthal.

There is another connection in this mess. You remember that Mark Warner tried to develop a back channel communication with Christopher Steele through Deripaska’s lawyer, Waldman. Democrats keep popping up all over this scandal.

In the 20 months that the FBI and dirty cop Robert Mueller has been investigating Trump/Russia collusion, they have come up with exactly zero evidence. It now appears to be a case of slandering Donald Trump originally to keep him from being elected and when that failed morphed into a plot to drive him from office. Much of this will be known by the midterm elections and most of it will be public knowledge by the 2020 elections.

From The Washington Times

Mr. Deripaska’s column contended that Washington’s Russia narrative is all wrong.

A message left with Fusion’s attorney was not immediately returned.

Mr. Jones’ name first surfaced in the dossier affair in a letter from two Republicans, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley of Iowa, and Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.

They asked Democratic Party leaders for copies of any communications with a list of over one dozen people, including Mr. Jones and Mr. Deripaska.

Like Alice said after entering the looking glass, “This keeps getting curiouser and curiouser.”