Sen Grassley wants the gag order removed from the informant who knows details of the corruption and bribery that permeated the Uranium One deal. He pulls no punches in…
Martha MacCallum begins her segment with the revelation that the Justice Department, undoubtedly dragging their feet all the way, “has met to work out how and when the informant’s testimony could happen.” Why does AG Sessions need a meeting to discuss how to tear up a gag order? Which anti-American criminals is he still protecting?
That informant holds critical evidence related to the DOJ and FBI cover up of wrongdoing in the Uranium One deal as well as Russian bribery and other illegalities carried out in league with top Democrats, including Hillary Clinton, James Comey, Eric Holder, Loretta Lynch and ultimately, Hussein Obama.
Only a fool would think this level of corruption existed without Obama being fully aware and, although insulated, heavily involved. The widespread nature of the corruption and its existence at the highest cabinet levels make it impossible that Obama didn’t know.
Grassley starts his comments by saying, “I have to tell you that you just gave me some information that I have not had in answers to my letters, to my knowledge, my staff might know about it, when you said that the Justice Department is trying to work with us to get this person to be able to testify before Congress.”
He continues, “I would say that if it gets worked out so he can testify without any problems for him, we will take him up on that whenever that can be worked out, because he’s very key.” MacCallum asks what exactly Grassley wants to learn from the witness and he doesn’t hold back.
Grassley says, “Well, I think in your opening comments you mentioned things about money laundering, about fraud, about bribery, and those things playing a role in the Uranium One business dealing between the United States and Russia.”
Grassley says they “want to know what those arrangements were, what he knows that the public at large doesn’t know and why he had this non-disclosure agreement in the first place. Is the FBI trying to not let the public know exactly what went on in that investigation?
Maybe why they had some plea agreements that maybe weren’t as strong as they should have been,” says Grassley, “and what efforts that went on in this business dealing that they want to keep from the public, because our job in the Senate is to make sure that these laws are faithfully executed, under the constitutional provision of oversight.”
MacCallum points out that “both Eric Holder and Hillary Clinton were on the committee that allowed this sale to go forward. Eric Holder, at the time, was the head of the Justice Department, who obviously knew about any FBI investigation that was going on.”
She asks the obvious question, “So how could it be that the committee that approved this sale of 20% of the US uranium holdings to a Russian company not know that that company was under this big investigation and all of these things were being uncovered?”
Grassley explains the nature of The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) and then asks two questions. “One, was the committee informed of possible information about money laundering and the bribery sort of approach and secondly, if they weren’t informed, why didn’t the Justice Department so inform them?”
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