Three words may just doom Hillary Clinton’s defense strategy when she is called to testify about the 2010 treasonous Uranium One deal she and her husband profited from.
“It’s out there.” Those were the words Tony Carrk, research director for Hillary Clinton, emailed to Jennifer Palmieri and Brian Fallon, who are respectively Hillary’s Communication Director and Press Secretary. Thanks to Wikileaks, the email has been posted online.
It was a story published in April of 2015 by the Daily Caller regarding the suspicious role Hillary played in turning over 20 percent of America’s uranium to a Kremlin-linked energy company called Rosatom, reports The Duran.
The article, entitled ‘Firm Co-Founded By Hillary’s Campaign Chair Lobbies For Russia’s Uranium One’ began to connect the dots that will lead to Hillary’s future indictment. How can it not, when nearly every form of political corruption is linked to Clinton by far less than six degrees of separation?
Back in 2015, the Caller wrote:
“Senate records show that The Podesta Group has lobbied the State Department on behalf of Uranium One — once in 2012, when Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, and once in 2015.
Uranium One hooked up with The Podesta Group for a bit of shady representation and lobbying in D.C.
Former Hillary campaign manager John Podesta and his brother Tony, who is now under investigation for chicanery in Russia, are the founders of the Podesta Group. The entity “was paid $40,000 by Uranium One to lobby the State Department, the Senate, the National Park Service and the National Security Council” and it just so happens that John Podesta had worked in Hillary Clinton’s State Department. What a coinky-dink.
Uranium One got their deal, this despite the FBI reporting that the agreement was chalk full of bribes, kickbacks and surreptitious payments, like the $500,000 speaking fee Bill Clinton got to appear at a Russian bank with connections to the Kremlin.
Do you think Hillary Clinton and her campaign aides should be held accountable?