A few weeks ago, there was a super-secret hearing in DC Court regarding a subpeona issued to an unknown foreign company from the Mueller investigation. The company was fighting the subpoena.
This just happened:
"(Bloomberg)—The U.S. Supreme Court refused to shield a mystery company from having to provide information in what’s believed to be the criminal investigation being conducted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller."— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) January 8, 2019
Basically, the Supreme Court denied the foreign country-owned company’s request to stay a contempt order. The contempt order resulted from its refusal to comply with a grand jury’s subpoena. Chief Justice Roberts’ “administrative stay” is vacated, so the result is the contempt order is back in effect.
What does that mean? Well, without knowing the company, the contents of the subpoena, or how (if) it relates to Trump, it is hard to say. But bookmark this.