PUBLISHED: 5:50 PM 5 Jan 2018

BREAKING: FBI Launches Clinton Investigation As SECRET Year-Long “Government Decisions” Probe Stuns

Hillary's pay-to-play politics are the prime focus of a DOJ investigation.

Hillary’s pay-to-play politics are the prime focus of a DOJ investigation.

America is already looking a lot greater in 2018, thanks to President Trump! His tweets are paying off big time. After relentlessly questioning “why no criminal charges were ever filed against the ‘crooked‘ Clintons and their fund-raising machine,” he finally got a stunning answer.

Late yesterday afternoon, explosive news rocked Capitol Hill with reports that Hillary Clinton’s “pay-to-play politics” are the prime focus of a Justice Department investigation. Earlier this week, the DOJ also reopened the Clinton “secret email server” investigation.

Local F.B.I. agents in Little Rock are poking into “whether the Clintons promised or performed any policy favors in return for largesse to their charitable efforts or whether donors made commitments of donations in hopes of securing government outcomes.” For more than a year, “several FBI field offices including the one in Little Rock have been collecting information on the Clinton Foundation.”

“Law enforcement officials who spoke only on condition of anonymity,” as well as one “witness,” leaked fresh information to The Hill just yesterday. Agents for the F.B.I. in Little Rock, Arkansas, home of the Clinton Foundation, “have taken the lead in the investigation” that has been quietly ongoing for a year. Agents “have interviewed at least one witness in the last month.”

Pay the foundation instead of the candidate.

More “activities” are expected as investigators look for evidence the Clintons performed special favors for those who donated to the family fund or promised particular outcomes. Another issue being looked at is “whether any tax-exempt assets were converted for personal or political use and whether the Foundation complied with applicable tax laws.”

The agents identified themselves as being with the Little Rock office and the questions stayed centered around “government decisions,” and “discussions of donations to Clinton entities during the time Hillary Clinton led President Obama’s State Department.”

According to the witness, the F.B.I.’s questioning was “extremely professional and unquestionably thorough,” as they asked if “donors to Clinton charitable efforts received any favorable treatment from the Obama administration.” The witness was specifically questioned on “a policy decision previously highlighted in media reports.” Could it be the Uranium One coverup perhaps?

Cash directed to the Clinton Foundation kept the Foreign Investment Committee in the dark.

The politically radioactive chain of events linking Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, and the Clinton Foundation, to Uranium One, leads straight through the State Department, The F.B.I., and the Justice Department. Evidence gathered over the past year shows that cash directed to the Clinton Foundation kept the Foreign Investment Committee in the dark by covering up extensive evidence, gathered by the F.B.I., that all of the principal players in the deal were criminally involved in collusion with Russia.

Another of the things the F.B.I. is looking into is what happened, starting September 6, 2005, when ex-President Bubba Clinton hooked up with his buddy, Frank Giustra. They met in Almaty, Kazakhstan allegedly to “help HIV/AIDS patients gain access to certain drug therapies,” even though Kazakhstan didn’t have an AIDS problem. What they did have was $5 trillion in resources, including uranium. After Giustra met with Kazakhstan officials, to work out mining deals, “the Giustra-Clinton Sustainable Growth Initiative” was born. The very next day, Hillary threatened “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.” After the dust cleared, Giustra gave a $31.3 million dollar token of his appreciation to the Clinton Foundation.

Giustra gave a $31.3 million dollar token of his appreciation to the Clinton Foundation.

With the 2016 election growing ever closer, Hillary had a scandal hanging over her head. She was caught using a private email server, then promptly had it destroyed. Shortly before the election, her husband met secretly with the Attorney General on a plane parked in Phoenix. Within days, Attorney General Loretta Lynch stepped aside from the investigation and passed the hot potato to F.B.I. Director James Comey. Comey, also a huge fan of Clinton, soon announced Hillary was in the clear and no charges would be brought.

Meanwhile, as a witch-hunt into non-existent collusion between President Trump and Russia kept pointing to Hillary instead, the world learned that the so-called impartial “Special Investigation” was packed full of Clinton supporters out to stop Donald Trump at any cost. We also learned that a pro-Hillary, anti-Trump lead investigator at the F.B.I. changed language in Comey’s report, to remove all the wording that would lead to criminal charges.

An article appearing way back in February of 2015 revealed, “the Clinton Foundation accepted millions of dollars from seven foreign governments during Hillary Rodham Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state, including one donation that violated its ethics agreement with the Obama administration, foundation officials disclosed.”

“Foreign governments and individuals” are not allowed to give money to U.S. political candidates, “to prevent outside influence over national leaders.” The Clinton Foundation came up with a way to get around it. Pay the foundation instead of the candidate.

Many of the foundation’s big donors are governments. “Foreign sources, including governments, made up a third of those who have given the foundation more than $1 million over time.” Those donations “came from countries with complicated diplomatic, military and financial relationships with the U.S. government, including Kuwait, Qatar, and Oman.”