Hey Media: Interested in CLINTON’S DEEP TIES to Russia

Hey Media: Interested in CLINTON’S DEEP TIES to Russia

Clinton’s State Department and foundation sold out to the Russian government.

There’s no reason to suspect Putin wanted Hillary to lose the election. The opposite is more likely, given how charitable the Clinton Foundation was to Russia.

The Uranium Giveaway

The mainstream media and Democrats claim Vladimir Putin sabotaged Clinton’s campaign to make Trump the president. But that false flag doesn’t wave in light of how Clinton’s State Department and foundation cooperated to enrich Putin’s friends. Why would Putin jeopardize such an advantageous working relationship?

Clinton ties to RussiaAs secretary of state, Clinton bargained with Clinton Foundation donors. One deal netted Russia control of 20% of American uranium reserves. Another gave Putin access to American military technology.

Rosatom, a Russian state atomic energy agency, sought to purchase Uranium One, a Canadian based company in control of U.S. uranium. The deal required State Department approval. While State considered the deal, the chairman of Uranium One, Mr. Telfer, made four donations totaling $2.35 million to the Clinton Foundation. In 2010, Uranium One appealed to the American Embassy to secure continued possession of its Kazakhstan mines. That same year, Telfer donated $1 million; another $250,000 in 2010, the year the Russians sought majority control; $600,000 in 2011; and $500,000 in 2012.

Telfer claimed he never discussed Uranium One with Mr. or Mrs. Clinton. But he didn’t need to. Writing checks doesn’t require a conversation.

Where did Bill enter the picture? About the time State pushed this deal through the approval process, Bill Clinton spoke in Moscow – for a hefty price. After Russia announced their intention to acquire Uranium One, a Russian bank with links to the Kremlin paid Bill Clinton $500,000 for his speech. This bank promoted and profited from Uranium One stock.

And liberals deign to b*tch about Trump’s people?

As if arming Russia’s nukes wasn’t bad enough, Hillary’s State Department also solidified Russian access to American technology.

Part of Hillary’s infamous “reset” involved state department aid to Russia for the development of its own version of Silicon Valley. “Skolkovo,” located near Moscow, housed technology for developing biomed, space, nuclear, and IT technologies.

Seriously?! We gave them money to computerize their nukes?

Clinton ties to RussiaThe Clintons thought it was a good idea at the time. Russia got access to American cash and some of the country’s best technology, while U.S. companies got access to the Russian market, special tax status, and the ability research in Russia. What could possibly go wrong?

Well, the FBI and some inside Clinton’s State Department warned that Skolkovo might just be a legal way for Russia to gain access to America’s classified technology– the kind of access they used to employ espionage to access. Gee, ya think?

Technological research coming out of Skolkovo also raised alarms among U.S. military experts and federal law-enforcement officials. The U.S. Army Foreign Military Studies Program at Fort Leavenworth conducted research conducted in 2012 on Skolkovo. They concluded:

Skolkovo’s goal was a “world-wide technology transfer to Russia in the areas of information technology, biomedicine, energy, satellite and space technology, and nuclear technology.”

What fresh hell. These idiot savants ran our government and gave away our national security for a price. The report also concluded that Skolkovo was “involved in defense-related activities since December 2011.

In 2014, Lucia Ziobro at the FBI’s Boston office said:

“The FBI believes the true motives of the Russian partners, who are often funded by their government, is to gain access to classified, sensitive, and emerging technology from the companies.”

But Trump has the ties to Russia?

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