Hillary tried to put on her brave face when she warned appointing a special prosecutor to investigate dozens of millions of dollars in kickbacks to her Clinton Foundation is signs of a dictatorship, according to Fox News. But many Americans, including twenty members on Capitol Hill in the House are urging Attorney General Jeff Sessions to appoint a special counsel to investigate her approval of the Uranium One deal that resulted in alleged conflicts of interest with the Clinton Foundation. Should she be worried?
Unlike President Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama’s hands-off approach to Clinton’s corruption and politicization of the U.S. State Department, the current commander-in-chief has strongly insisted that the former Secretary of State is connected to a mountain of illegal practices while serving in her former position. Any sane person who examined the facts that show Clinton voting to approve a company receiving twenty percent of America’s uranium in exchange for a 150 million-plus donation to her family’s foundation would conclude it was an obvious quid pro quo.
Yet, Clinton and her army of political sycophants inside the then-Eric Holder Justice Department, as well as the Obama White House, not only looked the other way, but put up road blocks to any and all congressional inquiries into the murky deal. This was not only pay to play, but it turned her actions at the State Department into the largest money laundering scheme since the 1920’s Teapot Dome scandal which rocked Warren Harding’s administration and became a synonym for governmental corruption and scandal.
For the past two years the former Secretary of State has skated past one criminal action after another. Her infamous deflection of any and all questions concerning her coverup of the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya to the destruction of over 30,000 of her government emails which were held on an unsecure server in her home resulted in no serious investigation by the Holder Justice Department. Instead, she received a green light to proceed on her doomed path to the White House, while amassing tens of millions in alleged kickbacks from governments all over the globe.
The facts concerning Clinton that show her and her husband’s, former president Bill Clinton’s, connection to Russian influence were revealed in both the New York Times’ April 2015 article and Peter Schweizer’s 2015 book “Clinton Cash. The Times’ article described the, “sensational contention that not long after the Russians said they wanted to acquire a majority stake in Uranium One, Bill Clinton received $500,000 for a speech in Moscow. The speech was paid for by a Russian investment bank with links to the Kremlin as it promoted Uranium One stock, reported Fox News.
Even though Hillary is contending that there is no there there, Attorney General Sessions apparently begs to differ and is now seriously considering the appointment of a special counsel to investigate a litany of alleged wrongdoings by the Clinton Foundation and the controversial sale of a uranium company to Russia, according to the Washington Post.