The entire Russian collusion charge against Donald Trump and his presidency is a huge veiled fake charge by the Democrat National Committee, Obama, and the Clintons to hide who was involved with the Russians in this century. I have written this article to allow you to understand this kabuki theater of events that has been hidden by the “Deep State” and the lamestream media.
To understand what’s going on you must be aware of several things that are not generally known. In the UraniumOne/Tenam/Rosatom extortion, payola and bribery schemes, the FBI investigation was placed by then-sitting FBI director Robert Mueller under the control of Rod Rosenstein. Rosenstein was then the U.S. attorney for Maryland.
Total bribery to the Clinton Foundation and the Clintons exceeded $145 million. The Giustra brothers, one of whom was Hillary Clinton’s Chief of Staff and briefly ran the Clinton Foundation, were the recipients of considerable remuneration from the deals. Bill Clinton and Frank Giustra consummated the original deal, now called the UraniumOne deal, in Kazakhstan in 2005.
The man with whom Clinton and Giustra made the deal was president Dzhakishev of Kazakhstan, who was convicted in 2010 and is now in prison on a 14-year term for embezzlement, grand larceny and theft of government property. Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from the investigation of the Clinton Foundation and Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State, and also the meeting between Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton prior to James Comey holding Hillary blameless on her e-mails.
In general terms, UraniumOne was the largest case of government corruption in American history. UraniumOne involved bribery on a scale never before seen anyplace, payola to hundreds of people in the millions of dollars, organized kickbacks on Russian as well as American government contracts, pay-to-play deals for access to the Secretary of State from U.S. government contractors, Russian government contractors, Russian banks, military contractors, pay-offs for speeches in scores of nations totaling tens of millions of dollars, etc.
In fact the scope of the total amount of dollars involved is so large and so difficult to trace, that we may never be able to establish the total amounts included. This causes me to remember 2008 and the House Banking Committee, where banksters paid Barney Frank (D-MA) $79,000, Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) $44,500, Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) $15,000, and the DNC $214,500 for passing the TARP program (Troubled Asset Relief Program) that bailed out the utterly corrupt “too big to fail banks.” Now at least you know why all Democrat politicians are millionaires.
Thanks to Wikileaks we learned a great deal when in June 2009 they released a cache of documents that revealed the stock transactions that allowed the Russian government to regain control of the entire package and to have CFIUS (Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S.) vote to allow the Russian state energy corporation Rosatom to control 20% of the American and Canadian strategic uranium mining business.
Eric Holder; Timothy Geithner, Obama’s Treasury Secretary; and Jose Fernandez, acting as the proxy for Hillary Clinton who was promised a position in John Podesta’s überleft “Center for American Progress,” approved the four relevant FISA warrant applications. Hillary purposely did not vote to prevent being accused of impropriety. So, understand that the entire Rosatom/UraniumOne deal was an Obama/Clinton insider money making scam that netted various DNC leftists somewhere between $200 and $300 million.
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