Hillary Clinton, Not Trump, Warned Is Target Of US Congress Investigation Into Russia Ties
Category: News & PoliticsVia: clinton-2020 • 5 years ago • 3 comments
While the leftist American propaganda mainstream media continues to consume itself over allegations of President Donald Trump’s associations with Russia, an intriguing Investigative Committee ( SLEDCOM ) report circulating in the Kremlin today reveals that Russian officials have been cooperating with the US House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee On Intelligence and the US Senate Select Committee On Intelligence on a wide-ranging investigation into Hillary Clinton’s, not Trump’s, ties with Moscow instead. [ Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
According to this report, in July 2015, President Putin relayed to ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson (current US Secretary of State) the Kremlin’s “ grave concerns ” that certain Russian companies were being “ pushed to the line ” to violate the United States Foreign Corrupt Practices Act by Hillary Clinton, her husband, former President Bill Clinton, and their organization called the Clinton Foundation—and that US Senator Tom Cotton had identified as being “ one of world's largest money-laundering schemes ”.
ExxonMobil CEO (and now US Secretary of State) Rex Tillerson and President Putin
With former assistant FBI Director James Kallstrom having previously stated that the Clinton’s are a “ crime family ” , this report continues, the greatest Kremlin fear was that upon her assuming the US presidency, Russia would, in fact, be forced to deal with a “ lawless state ” overseen by Hillary Clinton.
These Kremlin fears about the Clinton’s, this report explains, were based on the 2009-2010 Rosatom (Russia’s atomic energy agency) takeover of the Canadian Uranium One company in order for the Federation to gain access to uranium mines in Kazakhstan —but that also gave Russia control over one-fifth of all uranium production capacity in the United States .
While US Secretary State, this report details, Hillary Clinton oversaw and approved this transaction —receiving in return for her “ favors ” four donations to her Clinton Foundation totaling $2.35 million paid by Uranium One , while her husband, former President Bill Clinton, received $500,000 for a Moscow speech from the Russian investment bank Renaissance Capital that was promoting Uranium One stock .
Further benefiting Hillary Clinton for this “ deal ”, this report continues, was her 2016 presidential campaign chairman John Podesta who received from Renaissance Capital 75,000 shares in the mostly Russian owned energy company Joule Unlimited , while his brother Tony Podesta (Democratic Party “ super lobbyist ”), likewise, was paid $170,000 over a six-month period last year to represent Sberbank , Russia’s largest bank, seeking to end one of the Obama administration’s economic sanctions against it .
Though both Russia and Iran had greatly benefited under the Obama regimes 8 years in power , especially since 2012 when President Obama told Prime Minister Medvedev that after he was re-elected that he would no longer be constrained in making “ deals ” with Americas “ enemies ” , this report says, President Putin’s fears relayed to then ExxonMobil CEO Tillerson boiled down to the simple fact that Hillary Clinton could not be trusted for anything unless she, her husband, and her cohorts were generously paid.
Upon hearing President Putin’s full fears about Hillary Clinton, this report details, ExxonMobil CEO Tillerson relayed them to then presidential candidate Donald Trump, who was going to be Clinton’s Republican Party opponent—and who, in turn, established his own investigative group into these Kremlin concerns headed by retired US Army Defense Intelligence Agency General Michael Flynn and US Naval Academy Graduate and top US Marine Intelligence operative Carter Page —both of whom who have extension knowledge of Russian intelligence agencies and procedures.
Barely a month prior to his taking office when he could then turn over his evidence of Hillary Clinton’s crimes to US Congress investigators, however, this report notes, then president-elect Trump was “ blindsided/broadsided ” by an attack against him now commonly known as the “ Russian Dossier ” that made outlandish claims of Trump’s and his campaigns involvement with Russian intelligence operatives—and that the Democrats have been using ever since to discredit him with.