It is already well known that former President Bill Clinton was right in the middle of the now widely reported criminal Uranium One deal. What isn’t well known is that this was the second of two criminal uranium deals involving the former President and the Clinton Foundation.
It has been widely reported that Bill Clinton flew to Russia in 2010 and was paid $500,000 for a single speech. It is also well know that during his trip to Russia, the former President petitioned the State Department to allow him to meet with a key member of the Russia state owned uranium company Rosatom.
The Hill reported in October:
As he prepared to collect a $500,000 payday in Moscow in 2010, Bill Clinton sought clearance from the State Department to meet with a key board director of the Russian nuclear energy firm Rosatom — which at the time needed the Obama administration’s approval for a controversial uranium deal, government records show.
Arkady Dvorkovich, a top aide to then-Russian President Dmitri Medvedev and one of the highest-ranking government officials to serve on Rosatom’s board of supervisors, was listed on a May 14, 2010, email as one of 15 Russians the former president wanted to meet during a late June 2010 trip, the documents show.
The Hill continued in noting that:
Bill Clinton instead got together with Vladimir Putin at the Russian leader’s private homestead.
A short time later the Obama’s Administration approved the sale of 20 percent of US uranium to Russia. The Clinton foundation walked away with millions and the US lost one-fifth of its uranium to rival Russia.
We also now know that former Head of the FBI Mueller hand delivered uranium to the Russians on a special trip where Hillary Clinton specifically asked that Mueller be the one to deliver the uranium. We also now know that the FBI uncovered Russian bribery of the Clintons in 2009 and the Department of Justice and the FBI sat on this for four more years.
Worse yet, from a recent report we discovered the investigation was supervised by then-U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein, who is now President Trump’s Deputy Attorney General, and then-Assistant FBI Director Andrew McCabe, who is now the deputy FBI director under Trump.