Glaring new proof came to light on Friday that Obama’s Department of Justice rats were firmly in charge of guarding the Clinton cheese. Some of them are still standing watch. A fifth indictment, handed down in a series of disturbingly similar cases, presents the public with 11 more counts of corroborating evidence that there is “an ongoing conspiracy to protect the Clinton crime family and the Obama administration.”
Four previous Uranium One related indictments were dropped in slap on the wrist plea agreements. The deals were quietly hammered out in Justice Department back rooms and issued without announcement. The FBI and DOJ deliberately plotted to cover up by intentionally withholding vital evidence from the Committee on Foreign Investments in the United States (CFIUS). Testimony that should have been shared with the Committee was made to quietly “disappear.”
Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton looms ominously in the background. One of her typical pay-for-play State Department schemes was exposed with evidence that money shoveled into the Clinton Foundation at one end resulted in government approval of the Uranium One Deal at the other end. In order to accomplish that, Hillary needed the full cooperation and assistance of the Justice Department, including then-Attorney General Eric Holder, his assistant Rod Rosenstein, and then-FBI Director Robert Mueller.
As Roman poet Juvenal wrote, “Who will guard the guards themselves?” High ranking officials, currently on the job in consequential FBI and Justice Department investigations, are up to their eyeballs in hot water. Robert Mueller is now assigned as the Special Counsel leading the witch hunt against President Trump. Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe announced his early retirement when his part in the scandal came out. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and DOJ attorney Andrew Weissman are both prominent players but Weissman was just put on the bench after his involvement surfaced.
The charges handed down against Mark Lambert, who used to be a top executive of uranium transport company Transport Logistics International (TLI) are just the latest in a string of legal actions brought against “individuals linked to the Russian nuclear industry and the Uranium One deal.”
Darren Condrey copped a plea to bribery and conspiracy while his wife Carol managed to walk away with charges dropped. The case against Boris Rubizhevsky, that also named his company NexGen, ended with a plea on conspiracy to launder money, and criminal forfeiture. None of these cases were ever made public. Nobody ever heard any testimony. It all simply disappeared.
Court paperwork spells out that those prosecuted, “engaged in several counts of bribery, kickbacks and money laundering with Russian nuclear official Vadim Mikerin, in order to secure business advantages with TENEX, a subsidiary of Rosatom, the Kremlin’s state-owned energy company which bought Uranium One.” TLI stood to benefit with the monopoly on transporting all the uranium.
The FBI had a confidential informant, William Campbell, with top-level Russian nuclear industry connections inside the scheme. He has been begging to testify about the “extensive evidence of corruption” he documented for years but was placed under a gag order until recently. At least two Congressional committees want to talk to him but that hasn’t happened yet.
The FBI investigation into Uranium One started under then-FBI Director Robert Muller in 2008. Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was also assigned to the case which remains open and ongoing. By repeatedly “extending” the investigation, they were able to keep the unfavorable results they had already gathered from coming to the attention of the Committee on Foreign Investments in the United States (CFIUS). Without knowing any of the facts, the Committee approved the Uranium One sale in October of 2010.
If the Committee knew what the FBI knew since at least 2009, that TLI, Tenex, and Russia’s Rosatom engaged in “a racketeering, wire fraud, bribery, and money laundering scheme,” they never would have approved the sale of Uranium One to Rosatom, the parent company of Tenex.
In all five of the cases arising from the Uranium One investigation, the prosecutors were Rosenstein and Weissman. Andrew McCabe was the FBI officer assigned to each case also. All five cases were assigned to the same judge, Theodore Chuang.
Chuang is a Harvard buddy of Obama, they were both editors of the Harvard Law Review. He formerly acted as an advisor to Hillary Clinton at the State Department, and most recently, was the judge who threw a monkey wrench into President Trump’s executive order banning travel. Judge Chuang’s wife, Jacinta Ma, “served as a senior policy advisor to Michelle Obama.”
How can we trust these people to conduct an unbiased investigation into the influence the Clinton Foundation had on the State and Justice departments when they appear to be on the Clinton payroll themselves? The alternative is that Hillary has some scandal to hold over their heads. Either way, the current FBI, and DOJ seem to be veritable Clinton fan clubs.