FBI Withholding 37 Pages That Could Explain Hillary’s Role in Uranium One Deal
The FBI is once again withholding key information that could very well implicate the exact scope of Hillary’s involvement in the Uranium One scandal. The FBI has identified 37 pages on Russian bribery in order to facilitate the sale of US uranium to Russia. This is far from the first time that the FBI has withheld information that could send Hillary to prison for a very long long time.
The US indicted a number of Russians over the bribery scheme, but they refuse to let us see which Americans were involved. We already know that the Clinton Foundation received $145 million dollars from principals of the Uranium One deal and that Bill Clinton re4ceived half a million dollars for a 20 minute speech, paid for by a bank with close ties to the Kremlin.
In a recent bombshell report by The Hill, investigative journalist John Solomon wrote that the FBI has identified 37 pages of documents that may offer information about what FBI agents told the Obama administration preceding the Uranium One deal about the criminal wrongdoing found in Russia’s nuclear Industry.
Those suspicious of the deal pointed to evidence that bribery may have been at play in the deal. For example, the fact that Russians paid former President Bill Clinton $500,000 to give a speech at a Russian bank that was promoting Uranium One stock a few weeks before then-secretary of state Hillary Clinton had to vote on the acquisition.
Or you could bring up the $145 million that went to the Clinton Foundation from interests linked to Uranium One. Or the fact that Tony Podesta, the brother of Hillary Clinton’s former campaign manager, was paid $180,000 by Uranium One to encourage Clinton’s approval of the deal.
Sooner or later Hillary needs to be fitted with an orange jump suit.