Hillary, Podesta, State Dept Acted As Russian Puppets, Made Millions

Russia is moving their nukes around.
Russia is moving their nukes around.

Bill Clinton brokered the deal that resulted in Russia buying our largest US uranium mine. Hillary approved the deal. As a result of the sale, Podesta, who bought stock in the Russian energy company, the Clinton Foundation, and the Clintons personally, all made millions. The Clintons didn’t disclose the foreign donations though Hillary had a contract with Barack Obama to do so.

A Russian state bank, Renaissance Capital, gave Bill Clinton $500k for a speech and Q&A shortly after the Russians announced their intention to acquire a majority stake in Uranium One. Vladimir Putin, who was prime minister at the time, personally called Clinton to thank him for his great speech.

Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta’s membership on the executive board of an energy company, Joule Unlimited, which received millions from a Putin-connected Russian government fund, also included “75,000 common shares [in the Putin-connected energy company],” according to an email exchange uncovered by the Wikileaks hacks.

Podesta transferred his shares in Putin-backed Joule Unlimited to an anonymous holding company when he joined the Obama Administration.

Podesta failed to fully disclose his position on Joule Unlimited’s board of directors and include it in his federal financial disclosures, as required by law, before he became President Obama’s senior adviser.

We do not know if Podesta is still tied to Putin because the holding company is anonymous.

The Podesta Group continued to lobby for Uranium One after Russia owned most of it. Then it sold 20% of the US uranium to Putin.

One month before former State Department official Jose Fernandez defended then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s decision to sign off on the transfer of 20 percent of U.S. uranium to Russia, Fernandez told John Podesta that he was eager to “do all I can to support Secretary Clinton,” according to purported emails uncovered by WikiLeaks.

Less than a week later he did exactly that.

On April 22, the day before the New York Times ran its Uranium One story, Time Magazine online published a story quoting Fernandez as calling Clinton Cash’s reporting “absurd conspiracy theories,” adding, “Secretary Clinton never intervened with me on any CFIUS matter.”

Clinton’s team then responded to the Jo Becker story in the NY Times quoting Fernandez.

Clinton, Podesta and Fernandez obviously coordinated.

Clinton’s State Department was one of eight agencies that reviewed and signed off on the uranium deal but Secretary Clinton was the only agency head whose family foundation received $145 million in donations from multiple people connected to the sale, as reported by the New York Times.

Who would anyone want Russia to have more uranium? Our uranium?

Sen. Grassley wants this investigated.


Read the background story on the link below:

America’s Greatest Scandal: Selling of National Security, Big Money and Russian Influence in US Government