We've all been waiting, for what feels like several years now, on something to occur with Uranium One in terms of actually prosecuting those responsible.
It is a small, rootless, international clique that is turning the people against each other, that does not want them to have peace; which pushes forth the endless narrative of blaming the Trump Administration and campaign team of somehow colluding with the Russians, when in fact that's a nonexistent factor entirely.
The real collision, the struggle between the people, and the hatred amongst them is being nurtured by very specific interested parties.
Those are the Clinton Crime Family, and that of Hillary Clinton and her campaign of debauchery to undermine American sovereignty with the treasonous sale of American uranium to Russia.
That's the real collusion.
In fact, an FBI informant has recently reported that he gathered several years worth of evidence that supports the belief that Russia had attempted to push for US nuclear fuel deals, and that Hillary Clinton actually worked alongside them for personal gain in fulfilling those desires.
According to that FBI Informant, he spent a whopping six years undercover obtaining evidence of a legitimate Russian plot to get their hands into the American uranium market.
Some of that evidence is major, which is ranging from corruption inside of a United States nuclear transport company to the Obama administration which approved Moscow’s wishes to buy and sell more atomic fuels, according to more than 5,000 pages of documents from the counterintelligence investigation.
The new documents disprove the official statements made by the Justice Department recently that said informant William Campbell’s work would not be able to place the spotlight on the Uranium One deal.
“There is zero doubt we had evidence of criminal activity before the approval of the Uranium One deal, and that Justice knew about it through NSD (National Division)” a source who claims to have been involved in the investigation told<a href="http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/361276-fbi-informant-gathered-years-of-evidence-on-russian-push-for-us">The Hill.</a>.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">5️ FBI Field Offices were investigating Clinton Foundation.They went to Obama DOJ looking for subpoenas, etc…and were turned down.<br><br>“So you have a lot of people in the FBI who think there’s FIRE and not just SMOKE.”<br><br><a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/MAGA?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#MAGA</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/POTUS?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">@POTUS</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/UraniumOne?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#UraniumOne</a>☢️ <a href="https://t.co/jCNrPtETVb">pic.twitter.com/jCNrPtETVb</a></p>— DONNA WARREN (@DonnaWR8) <a href="https://twitter.com/DonnaWR8/status/933077277411303424?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">November 21, 2017</a></blockquote>
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William Campbell first recorded his case log for the Federal Bureau of Investigation about the perceived illegal activity by multiple Russian nuclear industry officials in the fall 2009.
This was somewhere around a year prior to the Russian firm Rosatom winning an approval from the Obama administration to purchase one-fifth of the United States of America's uranium assets, according to the memos.
Campbell says he was paid $50,000 a month to consult with the firm, and that he was solicited by Rosatom colleagues to help overcome any and all political opposition to the Uranium One purchase for Russia.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">FBI informant gathered years of evidence on Russian push for US nuclear fuel deals, including <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/UraniumOne?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#UraniumOne</a>…..Dam is about to burst.<a href="https://t.co/xRhxxTf112">https://t.co/xRhxxTf112</a> <a href="https://t.co/J7S8ZnZgFk">pic.twitter.com/J7S8ZnZgFk</a></p>— Nick Short (@PoliticalShort) <a href="https://twitter.com/PoliticalShort/status/932765716813561856?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">November 21, 2017</a></blockquote>
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At the same time, he was in the process of collecting evidence for the FBI that the sale was part of a larger effort by Moscow to make the United States of America more dependent on Russian uranium to give Putin and the KGB negotiation power over the US in future endeavors.
Some would probably stop right there and ask if this is what Obama and Russian President Medvedev were caught in a hot mic discussing, where Obama infamously stated to Medvedev, “After my election, I have more flexibility.”
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It makes sense, since clearly Obama and Hillary Clinton were in collusion with Russia.
The official records show that Rod Fisk, who was an American contractor on Rosatom’s commercial sales arm Tenex, discussed in 2010 with Campbell Rosatom’s efforts to buy Uranium One through its subsidiary ARMZ as per negotiations.
Interestingly enough, Fisk also said several members of the corporate management team at Uranium One were never even told of the pending sale to Rosatom before it was announced publicly, and that besides being shocked at the announcement, they each had major concerns suggesting that the price that Rosatom was paying for Uranium one seemed “strange.”
All while this was occurring between Fisk and his colleagues, William Campbell was gathering information for the FBI that Fisk, Tenex executive Vadim Mikron, and several others, were all engaged in a racketeering scheme involving millions of dollars in bribes and kickbacks, extortion, treason, and money laundering.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation, through their secretive investigation, was actually determined to bring justice forth for all traitors involved.
I know that's hard for some people to understand now, with everyone bashing the FBI, but remember some men and women are dedicated to the law of the land and the patriotic defense of America.
Fisk was then employed as head of a trucking firm that moved uranium across the United States of America on behalf of the Rosatom company.
He and his future successor paid millions in bribes to the Russians, which was a keynote of the FBI Investigation.
Back in 2010, Fisk was then transitioning from the trucking firm to become what's described as a “key strategist” for Tenex, and backing Mikerin’s push to expand their business in America inside of the industry.
Those same exclusive files which belonged to Campbell also show that he regularly mentioned to FBI agents in 2010 that a major “Washington entity with close ties to Bill and Hillary Clinton” was being paid millions of dollars to help expand Tenex’s business in the United States.
That same entity then began increasing its financial support to a Clinton charitable project after it was hired by the Russians, according to the files.
So at that time Campbell began to engage in conversations with Russian colleagues about the efforts of the Washington entity and others to gain influence with the Clintons and the Obama administration.
Some will remember much of these millions in donations to the Clinton Foundation were first revealed in the boom “Clinton Cash”, which heavily focused on the little known at the time about Uranium One.
The Justice Department, and several of their officials, have confirmed that Campbell’s work was valuable enough for them to have paid him nearly $200,000 over six years of employment.
The majority of that cash was for reimbursement, but also in their attempts to compensate for about $51,000 after convictions were secured against specific persons under investigation.
Those same officials also said that the information he gathered was more significant to the counterintelligence aspect of the case, which originated in 2008, than the final criminal prosecutions of those involved.
So in some sense they're seemingly downplaying the facts, and why, is the question we would all like to know.
There are many Obama holdovers inside the Justice Department as well as the FBI, but as of now there isn't enough transparency to understand what aspect they played in the case.
Much of Campbell’s work did benefit the FBI counterintelligence efforts in understanding the Russian uranium strategy inside of the United States.
The FBI alleges the Russian strategy is modeled after Moscow’s success in creating natural gas monopolies in Eastern Europe, and how they were able to remain victorious in the outcomes there.
Part of the Russian goal was to make Americans heavily reliant upon Russian uranium before a program that converted former Soviet warheads into United States nuclear fuel expired in 2013.
Despite this plan by Russia, the Obama administration still infamously approved the 2010 sale of Uranium One to Rosatom, handing over one-fifth of the U.S.’s uranium production capability.
The Obama administration also removed Rosatom from various export restrictions and regulations which made it easier for Moscow to win the billions of dollars in New and upcoming commercial uranium sales contracts.
Mikerin, who was the head of Tenex, a Rosatom subsidiary, was sent by KGB in Moscow to “quarterback” its uranium strategy, The Hill said.
The head of an American trucking company, along with Mikerin, later plead guilty to a racketeering scheme inside the United States.
Campbell’s own personal FBI informant file shows that Uranium One came up several times in 2010 as the sale was considered as a pending transaction, partially due to Tenex being Rosatom’s commercial arm.
It's mission was to find markets for the new uranium being mined and enriched both in the United States and in other nations.
At that time, Campbell was asked by those above him to help defeat any opposition to the Uranium One deal, and he intercepted a report that Mikeron was sent laying out the larger Russian nuclear strategy and what Russia’s goal was inside the United States gain advantage in the uranium market.
“Some Republicans truly fear the entry of Russia into the U.S. market, as demonstrated by the fact that they are taking steps to block the purchase of Uranium One,” the report stated. “This effort bears watching as it may provide clues as to the likely political reaction if a Russian entity was going to participate in the construction and operation of a uranium enrichment plant in the U.S.”
Justice spokeswoman Sarah Isgur Flores also said on Monday that the Justice Department plans to brief members of Congress next week on Campbell’s work, the counterintelligence investigation into Russian uranium and the nuclear bribery case.
“The Department of Justice has authorized the confidential informant to disclose to the chairmen and ranking members of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, as well as staff, any information or documents he has concerning alleged corruption or bribery involving transactions in the uranium market. Until the informant publicly speaks to what he knew or knows about these matters, we are unable to respond further,” she said.
It seems as if not only did the Justice Department know of these facts, but that they are deliberately hiding them. Again, why?
Why so many protections of the Clinton Foundation, and the Obama Administration, both of whom sold the uranium to Russia knowing the strategy of the enemy?
Russia isn't an ally, as much as it is competition which subverts for its own benefits.
Now several lawmakers want to know what the FBI did with the evidence Campbell acquired during this time, and whether it warned President Obama and other leaders before they made these decisions favorable to Russia.
It's believed it did. It would be foolish to suggest otherwise.
“The essential question is whether the Obama Justice Department provided notice of the criminal activity of certain officials before the CFIUS approval of the Uranium One deal and other government decisions that enabled the Russians to trade nuclear materials in the United States of America,” Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (Republican from Iowa) said to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein last week.
After the Uranium One deal, Campbell then “confronted” one of his FBI handlers, and said the United States had given Mikerin a work visa despite evidence of his criminal activities, according to sources who are aware of the planned testimony.
That same source alleged that the agent responded back to the informant that it essentially a matter of “politics”.
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The Hill said that the sources which were familiar with the full body of Campbell’s work stated they expect he can provide significant new information to Congress about the matters, that of which the Justice Department has thus far refused to give due to “matters of national security”, a far cry from the truth.
“Will he be able to prove that we knew Russia was engaged in criminal conduct before Uranium One was approved, you bet,” a source said. “Were the Russians using political influence and pulling political levers to try to win stuff from the U.S. government, you bet. Was he perfect, no one in this line of work is. But we were focused on much larger issues than just that.”
Whatever Campbell is aware of, is clearly so crucial to convicting both Obama and the Clintons, that he should likely stay well armed and protected in the meantime.
Those closest to these cases tend to have “accidents”, and it appears Campbell may be the key towards justice.
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