Hillary Clinton and Robert Mueller were so close to the Uranium One scheme, if you pointed a Geiger counter at either one of them, it would squeal right off the scale. We knew already that Hillary is caught in the middle of a quid-pro-quo to sell uranium interests to Russia in exchange for $145 million dollars. The latest bombshell revelation is that then-FBI Director, Robert Mueller not only knew about Hillary’s Russian collusion, he muled some fissile material to Moscow for her as a favor.
Proving that the mainstream media actively conspires to prevent the public from learning the truth, a blatant smear campaign has been launched in the press against the FBI’s no longer confidential informant. Just one of the things they don’t want you to know is how involved FBI Director Mueller was. He currently is the witch smeller tasked with establishing, one way or another, Russian “collusion” with President Trump and his campaign.
One of the things William Douglas Campbell is supposed to testify about is that in September of 2009, Director Mueller “personally” delivered “a 10-gram sample of highly-enriched uranium to the Russian government.” This little courier job was ordered by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton herself and confirmed by a Wikileaks Twitter post referring to a State Department cable in May of this year.
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) May 18, 2017
Last night, The Hill published a story after reviewing actual evidence William Douglas Campbell plans to present as part of his upcoming testimony before two Congressional House subcommittees. According to their investigators, the evidence conflicts with “several media reports as well as statements by Justice officials.”
Officials at the Department of Justice have made statements to the press alleging that what Campbell has to say will be limited at best because he worked for a subsidiary, Tenex, not the larger firm. It turned out that he still managed to come up with quite a collection of evidence.
Enough to clearly show that the FBI had plenty of documentation that “Rosatom officials were engaged in criminality well before the Obama administration approved Rosatom’s purchase of Uranium One.” The FBI documented $2.1 million in bribes Mikerin collected and then disbursed through “offshore shell companies in Cyprus, Latvia and Switzerland” that “ultimately benefited entities connected to Vladimir Putin.”
According to Yahoo News, Campbell “was considered so unreliable that prosecutors dropped him as a witness in an unrelated case involving Russian uranium sales,” citing unnamed sources in the Justice Department. Not so unreliable they couldn’t pay him though. The Justice Department wrote him a check for $51,000 as they closed out the last of the related bribery convictions in January of 2016.
Campbell’s attorney, Victoria Toensing, says “This is a smear job.” The real reason his testimony wasn’t used against Vadim Mikerin was “the Obama administration didn’t want to bring a big extortion case against Russia” that would feature Campbell’s testimony undermining the Uranium One sale. Instead, she asserts, “they covered it up.”
If any of Campbell’s evidence had seen the light of day, the sale of Uranium One would never have been approved. It would have been clear grounds for disqualification by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS). Mr. Campbell “helped the FBI record the first criminal activity by Rosatom officials inside its Tenex arm in November 2009, nearly an entire year before CFIUS approved Rosatom’s purchase of Uranium One.”
It all started on September 6, 2005, when ex-President Bubba Clinton hooked up with a buddy from his Arkansas days, Canadian billionaire Frank Giustra. Along with an assistant to federal fugitive Marc Rich, who Clinton later pardoned on his last day of office, they met in Almaty, Kazakhstan. They were supposedly there to “help HIV/AIDS patients gain access to certain drug therapies,” except Kazakhstan didn’t have an HIV/AIDS problem. What they did have was $5 trillion in resources, including uranium.
Giustra used the opportunity to meet with Kazakhstan officials to work out mining deals with his company, UrAsia Energy Ltd. “The Giustra-Clinton Sustainable Growth Initiative” was born.
The very next day, Hillary used her position as a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee to threaten “to withhold aid to Kazakhstan unless and until the UrAsia mining deal went forward.”
The day after that, “UrAsia Energy Ltd was awarded Kazakhstan mining rights from Kazatomprom, the atomic energy agency for Kazakhstan” and “suddenly became the world’s largest uranium mining producer.” A short while later after the dust settled, Giustra gave a little token of his appreciation to the Clinton Foundation. $31.3 million dollars.
Robert Mueller came on the scene in August of 2006 when he opened an investigation into corruption and uranium smuggling involving the former Soviet Republics.
A few months later, in February of 2007, Kazatomprom’s boss, Mukhtar Dzhkishev, showed up on Bill Clinton’s Chappaqua doorstep to talk about a new deal with Giustra. Coincidentally, later that same month, Giustra sold his UrAsia Energy Ltd to Uranium One, but in some fancy footwork involving a “reverse merger,” he kept 60 percent controlling interest.
Soon after, Giustra and associates announced, “a recurring commitment to donate $100 million and half of future profits to the Clinton Foundation.” The arrangement paid off with an estimated $145 million in direct contributions to the Clintons.
On June 9, 2009, Kazatomprom Director Dzhkishev, was arrested by the Kazakhstan government on Uranium One corruption charges. Allegedly prompted by Vlad Putin’s desire to snatch the uranium out from under Kazakhstan’s dictator.
Because the move threatened the Uranium One sale to Rosatom, Hillary used her position as head of the State Department to once again threaten to withhold financial aid to Kazakhstan. Not surprisingly, they backed down and the deal went through. Three months later, Muller was muling uranium to Moscow as Hillary’s personal courier.