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FBI Informant Testifies Against Clintons, Obama in Uranium Deal

William Campbell, an FBI informant for 6 years, testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee, House Oversight, and House Intelligence Committees Wednesday. He explained how Russian crime networks have been operating in the U.S. and that Russia attempted to hide its ongoing aid to Iran’s nuclear industry.
In short, the Obama administration gave the Russians approval to purchase Uranium One, a Canadian mining company, in 2010. This gave Russian energy company Rosatom extensive rights to buy and sell U.S. atomic fuels despite the fact that the U.S. has shortages.
According to Campbell, the Russians bragged numerous times about the Clintons’ influence in the Obama administration and that would ensure the approval for the sale of Uranium One. He said, “I was speechless and angry in October 2010 when CFIUS [Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S.] approved the Uranium One sale to Rosatom. I was deeply worried that TLI continued to transport sensitive uranium despite the fact that it had been compromised by the bribery scheme.”
Campbell said he expressed these concerns repeatedly to his FBI handlers. The response was that “politics” were involved.
Why this Matters: Leaders of the Canadian mining company, who wanted this deal with Russia, were donors to the Clintons’ charity. The sale of Uranium One gave the Russians control of 20 percent of the U.S. uranium production and had to be approved by Hillary and Obama. As the sale went through, the Clinton Foundation received $2.35 million from Uranium One’s chairman. This was not disclosed, one of the conditions of her serving as Secretary of State. 
Shortly after the sale was announced, Bill Clinton received a $500,000 speaking fee from a Russian investment bank tied to Uranium One.

New Texts Released Implicate Obama

On Wednesday, a batch of text messages between lead FBI investigator Peter Strzok and his lover, DoJ attorney Lisa Page, were released as part of a report by the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. The texts show that President Obama wanted to be updated on the Hillary Clinton email investigation. Page texted, “POTUS wants to know everything we are doing.”
This directly contradicts what Obama said during an interview: “I do not talk to the Attorney General about pending investigations and I do not talk to FBI directors about pending investigations. We have a strict line and have always maintained it.” In another segment, Obama said he guaranteed Hillary would not receive special treatment.
Here are four take-aways from the report:
1. Strzok and Page held a deep contempt for Trump, GOP members of Congress, and Trump supporters, and a deep reverence and admiration for Director Comey. They also had a fear of antagonizing Hillary Clinton.
2. The September 2, 2016 text by Page saying, “POTUS wants to know everything we are doing,” suggests Obama was personally and keenly interested in the specifics of the investigation.
3. There is an unexplained one-month gap between the discovery of Clinton’s emails on Anthony Weiner’s laptop and Comey notifying Congress that the FBI was investigating the emails. Possibly this is because McCabe suppressed new developments until after the election.
4. Page wrote “we have OUR task ahead of us.” The meaning is unclear, but may reference the “insurance policy” Strzok said they would be needed in case Trump won the election.
Both Strzok and Page were removed from Mueller’s team in 2017.
One additional fact about the Trump dossier was revealed on Fox News by Rep. Trey Gowdy, who is a member of the House Intelligence Committee. He strongly hinted that Hillary’s best friend and State Department advisor Sid Blumenthal fed  information to Christopher Steele, the author of the dossier. Steele, a British citizen, skipped out on yesterday’s scheduled appearance to testify before Congress.
It was also revealed in a State Department documentreleased by Senators Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham that Steele lied to the FBI about his contact with Yahoo News reporter Michael Isikoff. Steele fed the Russia dossier story to Isikoff, then led the FBI to believe Isikoff’s published report was independent confirmation of the dossier.
The FBI did not tell the court about the partisan origins of the dossier that it used to obtain a FISA warrant to surveil the Trump team.
Why this Matters: Every day that goes by reveals more corruption by the Obama administration and the Clintons. Perhaps we will soon see the indictments and “perp walks” we have all been praying for.
Keep praying for judgment and justice. God is not mocked even when it seems like the wicked are getting away with murder.
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