CNN, The Clinton News Network is at it again. Lying to cover up the total corruption displayed by Hillary Clinton. The first example is an article written by faux journalists, Cristina Alesci and Laurie Frankel. They attempted to whitewash the fact that the Clintons received $145 million dollars personally and through the Clinton Foundation in return for transferring 20% of all uranium mined in the United States to Russia. Alesci and Frankel claimed that was false because they could find not evidence of any quid pro quo. They must have been doing their searching at the local tavern, since it’s long been established as true.
As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton approved of selling uranium mining rights to Canadian businessman, Frank Giustra, who then in turn sold it to the Russians. That fact is indisputable. Where the two CNN Goebbels found fault was they were unable to find where the Clintons received any money for the exchange. Let me help them:
- Frank Giustra, Canadian mining magnate who created a company that later merged with UraniumOne, gave $31.3 million and a pledge for $100 million to the Clinton Foundation
- Frank Holmes, a shareholder in the deal who donated between $250,000 and $500,000 (the Clinton Foundation doesn’t report exact amounts, only in ranges) and is a Clinton Foundation adviser
- Neil Woodyer, Frank Giustra’s colleague who founded Endeavor Financial and pledged $500,000 as well as promises of “ongoing financial support”
- Robert Disbrow, a Haywood Securities broker, the firm that provided “$58 million in capital to float shares of UrAsia’s private placement,” gave the Clinton’s family foundation between $1 and $5 million, according to Clinton Cash
- Paul Reynolds, a Canaccord Capital Inc., executive who donated between $1 million and $5 million. “The UrAsia deal was the largest in Canaccord’s history,” reports Schweizer
- Robert Cross, a major shareholder who serves as UrAsia Energy Director who pledged portions of his future income to the Clinton Foundation
- Egizio Blanchini, “the Capital Markets vice chair and Global cohead of BMO’s Global Metals and Mining group, had also been an underwriter on the mining deals. BMO paid $600,000 for two tables at the CGS-GI’s March 2008 benefit”
- Sergei Kurzin, the Russian rainmaker involved in the Kazakhstan uranium deal and a shareholder in UrAsia Energy, also pledged $1 million to the Foundation
- Uranium One chairman Ian Telfer committed $2.35 million
Nor did CNN’s crack “fact-checkers” mention that the Clinton Foundation received $2.35 million in hidden, undisclosed donations from Ian Telfer, the former head of the Russian government’s uranium company—another fact that multiple liberal news outlets have confirmed.
Indeed, as Bloomberg, Washington Post, New Yorker, ABC News, New York Times, and myriad other Establishment media have all confirmed, Clinton Cash’s most explosive revelations are accurate.
Apparently, CNN’s Cristina Alesci and Laurie Frankel are among the last to know.