BREAKING: Clinton Informant Breaks Silence, Survived Murder Attempt Before ‘Critical’ Testimony
Source: Conservative Daily Post
Secretary Clinton approved the sale of American uranium to Russian benefactors while Secretary of State in 2010.
Capitol Hill has been swept into a Russian frenzy since the 2016 election. As Democratic and Republican legislators alike scramble for any whiff of Putin, the establishment has begun to crumble.
The special counsel headed by former FBI Director Robert Mueller is tasked with finding any and all Russian collusion and election meddling. The Senate has created a committee to probe into the dealings of the auction of American uranium to Russia.
As secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton approved a deal to sell one fifth the United States uranium production to a Russian company. Senate Republicans will be holding a closed door testimony of a secret informant concerning bribery and extortion from within the Russian company.
The Uranium One Deal involved a 2010 sale of the Canadian company, Uranium One, with mines inside the continental United States. The buyer was the Russian company Rosatom. Rosatom is a nuclear power company owned by the Russian state.
The Senate committee was hoping to keep their star witness’ name a closely guarded secret. An FBI informant and former Uranium One employee has decided to come forward for his own personal safety.
William D. Campbell worked as a lobbyist for the Canadian company. The FBI informant has recently come forward and revealed to Reuters he is the one who will be providing the Senate committee with documents and testimony.
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