BREAKING: Russian Infiltration Scandal Explodes, Hillary Connected

Evidence of potential Russia collusion is surfacing, but it has nothing to do with President Trump and everything to do with Hillary Clinton.

According to Breitbart, the FBI uncovered a major scandal that occurred under Obama’s presidency involving the Russians and a controversial nuclear deal. Russian nuclear officials funneled millions of dollars into the Clinton Foundation seemingly in an effort to persuade Hillary Clinton to use her influence as Secretary of State to help guarantee the advancement of Russia’s nuclear interests in the United States.

This massive scandal is covered in an extensive article on The Hill. It details the cunning manipulation of Russian nuclear industry officials and the staggering efforts to seed Russian commercial interests in the US.

In 2009, federal agents had a mole working in Russia to obtain evidence that Moscow was bribing a US-based uranium trucking company for their benefit. While conducting this investigation it was revealed that the bribery was also directed at the highest levels of the US government under the Obama administration.

Eyewitness accounts and documentation prove that the Clinton Foundation received millions of dollars from entities and individuals interested in the deal. It is believed that the donations were made to the foundation to incentivize Hillary Clinton to influence her State Department to look favorably on policy decisions that would’ve benefited Moscow’s nuclear industry.

For whatever reason, the Department of Justice sat on the evidence that Russia was trying to bribe their way into a nuclear deal for more than four years, continuing their investigation in quiet. During that time the Obama administration settled on two major deals that significantly benefited Russia’s nuclear industry.

In 2010, the State Department under Clinton and several other government agencies unanimously approved the partial sale of Uranium One, a Canadian uranium mining company, to Rosatom, an atomic energy corporation controlled by the Russian government. More than 20 percent of America’s uranium supply is now in the hands of Russia as a result of that deal.

Then in 2011, the Obama administration approved a business deal between Tenex, a subsidiary of Rosatom, and the United States Enrichment Corporation. This new deal allowed Russia to sell commercial uranium to US power plants.

An anonymous source working on the case said, “The Russians were compromising American contractors in the nuclear industry with kickbacks and extortion threats, all of which raised legitimate national security concerns. And none of that evidence got aired before the Obama administration made those decisions.”

Former US Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI), said the failure to reveal the scheme exposed the US to major security risks, “Not providing information on a corruption scheme before the Russian uranium deal was approved by US regulators and engage appropriate congressional committees has served to undermine US national security interests by the very people charged with protecting them. The Russian efforts to manipulate our American political enterprise is breathtaking.”

Admittedly, it’s unclear if the uranium deals were made as a part of a quid pro quo arrangement or if they would’ve been rejected had the Obama administration known about the manipulation by the Russian government.

Yet, it’s highly suspicious that the intelligence agencies wouldn’t have mentioned to the Obama administration that evidence of corruption was surfacing knowing there were deals between the two governments in the works.

The evidence is pointing to Hillary Clinton’s culpability in the Uranium One nuclear deal. Will this be the final nail in the coffin that lands Hillary Clinton in prison?

So, it’s entirely likely that either the intelligence agencies were accomplices or beneficiaries of the Russian scheme themselves, or the Obama administration was made aware of the Russian bribery and extortion and either ignored it or benefitted from it.

Either way, this needs to be investigated and answers need to be obtained.