Obama Threatened FBI Informant To Keep This A Secret, Unbelievable.

It’s been two years since the American people learned about the  Uranium-1 project that gave Russia access to 20% of America’s Uranium supply.

Before 2009, 2-3-year window, upward of $40 million dollars exchanged hands and seems to circulate around the Clintons. When this story first broke it was believed that the Clinton’s acted without the approval of Obama but as more details surface we learn that’s simply not true.

In 2009, after the Uranium-1 deal passed an FBI informant who was involved in the entire process attempted to expose the murky secret to the American public. After all, their shady project put American Security and people at risk.  He was stopped dead in his tracks by the Obama administration who slapped an NDA (non-disclosure agreement) order on him.

It didn’t end there, says the informant, who reportedly claimed the Obama administration threated his career, his life, and his family.

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The gag order put on the informant has insured his silence for nearly a decade but in light of the false allegations against Trump, He has come forward. Trump has promised to release the informant from his NDA to find the truth about what happened.

There is “a lot more meat on these bones” as the informant claims to have video, emails, recordings, and documents to prove the severity of this scandal. His evidence will bring to light the corruption, money laundering and rackteering the Clinton’s as well as the Obama administration used to push the Uranium-1 project.



As reported by Chuck Ross With The Daily Caller.

Trump’s Justice Department released the informant from a confidentiality agreement, clearing the way for him to testify before several congressional committees about his undercover work at Uranium One, a Canada-based energy company that has ties to Bill and Hillary Clinton and their family foundation.

In 2010, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), an inter-agency governmental committee that

“The Russians have threatened him, and up until just last night the U.S. government has threatened him,” Toensing told Coglianese during an interview on WMAL’s “Mornings on the Mall.”

Uranium One executives donated millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation during the period when the sale of the company was being considered by CFIUS. As secretary of state at the time, the Uranium One sale was approved, Hillary Clinton served on the inter-agency government panel.