Prior to Obama’s approval of the Uranium-1 deal, granting Russia access to 20% of American Uranium, Clinton received 10s of millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation Charity. Nearly a decade later Clinton’s roll in the influence she abused as the former Secretary of State is finally starting to see daylight.
After nearly a decade after-the-fact, Senator Grassley breaks the silence with the Attorney General asking the questions most informed American citizens have wanted to know for years. Why was the former Secretary of State receiving ‘donations’ in support of the Uranium-1 project and what ties Clinton has with Russia’s attempt to gain majority access over the worlds Uranium?
The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) released a statement that they now have proof the Clintons took kickbacks from Russia nuclear officials during the Obama administration. As well as their blatant attempts to cover up their ties with the deal, even possibly concealing those ties from former president Obama.
Former FBI director Comey, who exonerated Clinton, is only one of many names involved in what could be one of the largest scandals in U.S. history. Documents gathered since 2009 proves the roles of Clinton, as well as the overseeing members- Robert Mueller, Eric Holder, and Rod Rosenstein, knew about Russia’s motive and passed still passed the agreement at the price of American security.
The frightening fact remains there is an undisclosed amount of yellow cake Uranium shipped from the U.S., through the Rosatom company, on a regular basis and we have no idea where it is ending up. The only silver lining to this is now that Sen. Grassley has brought this information and line of questioning to the Attorney General an investigation might finally be underway.
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As reported by Judson Berger with Fox News.
“The fact that Rosatom subsidiaries in the United States were under criminal investigation as a result of a U.S. intelligence operation apparently around the time CFIUS approved the Uranium One/Rosatom transaction raises questions about whether that information factored into CFIUS’ decision to approve the transaction,” Grassley wrote.
He said given that the deal resulted in a “Russian government takeover” of a chunk of U.S. uranium mining capacity, “very serious questions remain about the basis for the finding that this transaction did not threaten to impair U.S. national security.”
When details of the Uranium One deal first emerged in 2015, Clinton’s campaign downplayed the allegations.
“No one has produced a shred of evidence that Hillary Clinton ever took action as Secretary of State in order to support the interests of donors to the Clinton Foundation,” a spokesman said at the time. “To suggest the State Department, under then-Secretary Clinton, exerted undue influence in the U.S. government’s review of the sale of Uranium One is utterly baseless.”