True Collusion - Uranium One


#162

And Trump should keep his campaign promise and lock her up.

But approving such deals as uranium one is the state departments job and prerogative to red light or green light. You may not like it, but it’s not illegal. And as I pointed out to you earlier, Russia can only sell it in the US.


#163

-Attacks Trump constantly
-Also wants him to keep his campaign promise to lock her up, even tho hes commentating on the topic of him doing just that

Youre on utterly confused individual, maybe take up gardening to learn a thing or two about weeding: if you only cut of the top, the invasive plant will grow back. To prevent such, dig deeper and get to the root system.


#164

The two enemies of the people are criminals and government, so let us tie the second down with the chains of the Constitution so the second will not become the legalized version of the first.

Thomas Jefferson


#165

Seven things to know about the deal:
Peter Schweizer Broke the Uranium One Scandal in his book “Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich.”
The New York Times Confirmed the Scandal in 2015
The FBI Uncovered Evidence that Russian Money Was Funneled to the Clinton Foundation
Congress Is Now Investigating
Bill Clinton Was Paid $500,000 for a Speech in Moscow
The Clinton Foundation Took Big Bucks from Uranium Investors
Senate Republicans Want an FBI Gag Order Lifted on the FBI’s Informant, because he many have even more revelations about the case

And here we are today, just beginning to understand the involvement of government officials.


#166

You are right… at least for now. As long as the interested parties are being watched so closely it probably won’t. Had Clinton gotten into office, she no doubt would have ordered some government agency to load the transport vehicles…


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#168

And 5 more …
!) The Clinton’s directly received $145,000,000 from Russia
2) $6,000,000 in campaign funds illegally used to foreigners for the salacious dossier .
3) The FB I , Holder , Lynch and Obama knew about the extortion , bribery , and kickbacks as far back as 2009 and covered it up. Obama was briefed
4) Holder and Lynch place a gag order on FBI informant to silence him .
5) Bill gets permission to meet with Russian nuclear parties and Putin concerning the uranium deal .


#169

Does your cartoon come with pixie dust and unicorns ? :laughing::laughing:


#170

Figured a cartoon be easier to follow. Unfortunately, I can’t post in crayon …


#171

Did you break them all in frustration ? :laughing::laughing:


#172

Soooo… you are saying then that we are picking on the wrong democrat… it should be Obama that needs to be sorted out… The 145 million to the Clinton Foundation and the lucrative speaking fees as a quid pro quo are mere unsubstantiated rumor… but of course all of that is cool cause the foundation has admitted its oversight in reporting the ‘donations’ in the first place. And of course we should look at this in isolation because if we were to ever timeline major donations to ‘The Foundation’ and actions by the then secretary of state for favorable government action just might raise a few eyebrows.

But one thing is damned well certian… we dodged a bullet with her as president because if you add up all the times her and the organizations around her have used the excuses of ‘I didn’t know’… ‘It was an oversight’… ‘someone else did it’… has to make one wonder how Trump could possibly be called dysfunctional…


#173

Clinton family’s mega-charity took in more than $140 million in grants and pledges in 2013 but spent just $9 million on direct aid. Less than 6 % spent on charity ! Over 5 times that went to “payroll “ !
They spent $30 million on payroll and employee benefits; $8.7 million in rent and office expenses; $9.2 million on “conferences, conventions and meetings”; $8 million on fundraising; and nearly $8.5 million on travel. None of the Clintons is on the payroll, but they do enjoy first-class flights paid for by the foundation.


#174

No. I’m merely trying to establish a baseline of fact from which we can all spin our theories.

  • Uranium One was never a US company
  • The Uranium never belonged to the US
  • HRC held no decision making power over the deal
  • Obama had final say over the deal based on CIFUS’s review

As long as these basic facts are acknowledged, then we can go after Clinton, Obama, or the government for deliberately putting chemicals in the water to turn friggin’ frogs gay … just as long as we’re working from the same baseline of fact.


#175

Or the Russians colluded with Bill $500000.00 for a speech twice the going rate plus $145 million into the Clinton foundation by the share holders in Uranium One because ?


#176

It makes no sense that the Russians were “colluding” with the Clintons then interferes in our elections to help Trump at the Clintons expense.


#177

Of course Trump calls the whole Russian interference in our elections a “hoax”. But with outstanding bipartisan support, congress voted 497-3 and the senate voted 98-2 that Russia did interfere in our election process and they all agreed that Russia should be punished with sanctions which we are now three weeks overdue in implementation, and the TIC is dropping his SOS’s ass in the grease blaming the state department for dragging their feet.


#178

Uranium One began to snap up companies with assets in the United States. In April 2007, it announced the purchase of a uranium mill in Utah and more than 38,000 acres of uranium exploration properties in four Western states, followed quickly by the acquisition of the Energy Metals Corporation and its uranium holdings in Wyoming, Texas and Utah.

Canadian company Uranium One owned uranium mines in the US and Kazakhstan.

Uranium One’s mines account for 20% of the uranium mined in the US. Uranium is used for nuclear weapons, and it’s considered a strategic asset to the US. Russia is able to own about 20 percent of U.S. uranium production capacity. However, Colin Chilcoat, an energy affairs specialist who has written extensively about Russia’s energy deals, said that the company only extracts about 11 percent of uranium in the U.S.

Russia’s state-owned atomic agency, Rosatom, bought a 17% stake in Uranium One in June 2009.

The Russian atomic agency decided it wanted to own 51% of Uranium One in June 2010. To take a majority stake in Uranium One, it needed approval from a special committee that included the State Department, which Hillary Clinton led at the time.

In January 2013, despite assurances to the contrary, a subsidiary of Rosatom (Russian company) took over 100% of the company and delisted it from the Toronto Stock Exchange.

Her’s the million dollar questions:

  1. Why wasn’t the media widely reporting this issue.
  2. Why didn’t the Sec. of State raise this issue loudly?
  3. Why did Obama sign off on it?

All the other issues are interesting however the above questions should be answered.


#179

Constantly you say the same thing over and over again and yet you can prove none of it. You constantly say lets wait until the investigation is done yet you continually comment based on the predetermination that Trump colluded with Russia. It is a rather fanciful theory that the Russians were plotting to put Trump in the Whitehouse. Even if it is proven that the likes of Manafort entered into Trumps orbit doesn’t not necessarily indicate a plot between the Russian government and Manafort and even farther afield to speculate that Trump invited Manafort (which he did not) into his campaign explicitly because he had ties to Russia. Just because Trump said that he was willing to see what kind of relationship he could develop with Russia was enough to set the left in a frenzy… a politically contrived one at that. Imagine if he had said that he wouldn’t engage with practically any other world leader, just what would the rhetoric from the left be then?.. No different I suspect.

It is clear that some pretty influential people in Russia liked the Clintons or access that they could provide… why else would they have graced the Clinton Foundation so generously… and why would Bill have gotten such lucrative speaking engagements… you don’t do that with an advisory…

As far as Russian interference in our elections, I would submit that they have never stopped attempting to steer our elections in their favor… It didn’t just start in 2016… it started before the end of the second world war. This is the height of McCarthyism except then, they actually had proof. Certain groups within the US have invited the central committee’s input for several decades and the USA Communist party has never supported a Republican… and they didn’t this time either.

The interesting thing over this ‘bipartisan support’ is that the deeper we go down the investigative trail, it is less and less clear just what things Russia actually did and to that end, just who they helped and hurt. It’s interesting when watching the conversation around what Russia feeds the American population. I have watched RT for some time… Now RT will run any story that helps to make Russia look good and the US look bad… this is nothing new. What is new is that the American Left who use to spend a lot of time contributing to and referencing RT articles now see it as the enemy… strange thing is, I don’t really see any difference in what they report or the way they report it… RT is very damaging to the individual who does not recognize its purpose but on the same token, it tells a lot of home truth stories about the US… All of a sudden the left no longer like what they see in the mirror…


#180

Heard Michael Steele (former chair of the RNC) on Steele and Unger last night say exactly what you’re saying and that an investigation is ridiculous, a waste of tax payers money and a Trump attempt to shift focus.


#181

Historical bottom line:

For HRC it’s all about the money.

For WJC It’s all about tail.