There is an apparent recognition by the Clinton crime bosses that the Uranium One deal could bring them down. They’ve got the MSNBC propagandists putting out the cover lie
They called it an MSNBC exclusive, at the time, a report that AG Jeff Sessions was finally going to do something about investigating the Uranium One deal. The revelation was that he has instructed DOJ prosecutors to question FBI officials about the case.
It was also an attempt at Clinton damage control, the acknowledgement that some of the events took place, but with the familiar spin into a “nothing inappropriate” portrayal. The Clintons would be going down if this should become an actual investigation with real consequences.
Those investigators are questioning those involved in the case at the time, theoretically in an effort to determine whether the FBI should have taken further action against the Clinton crime syndicate, rather than simply prosecuting a few participants and protecting the Clintons and Obama officials.
After being pressured by House Republicans, the Judiciary and Intelligence Committees in particular, Sessions’ Assistant Attorney General for Legislative Affairs, Stephen Boyd, agreed to look into the matter to determine whether the investigation should be re-opened or expanded, or a special counsel appointed.
In their reporting, MSNBC was clearly attempting to downplay the involvement of their leftist comrades, Bill and Hillary Clinton, and the validity of the investigation into the “old news.” Chris Jansen falsely reports that “No one was ultimately prosecuted in the investigation,” as if that has some bearing on the guilt of the Clintons. The truth is that there were prosecutions, and convictions.
As reported by John Solomon for The Hill, “Campbell’s work was valuable enough that the FBI paid him nearly $200,000, mostly for reimbursements over six years, but that the money also included a check for more than $51,000 in compensation after the final convictions were secured.
Chris Jansing, the anchor, doesn’t seem to be up to speed on the issue, so she brings in the designated propagandist, a guy named Ken Dilanian, who assumes the position that there’s nothing to see here and that Sessions may only be acting to mollify House Republicans.
He says, “Just so our viewers understand,” recognition that they’ve been ignoring the story to this point and the pesky bank records exist, “it’s absolutely true that people involved in this transaction contributed millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation and that Hillary Clinton’s State Department was one of nine agencies that approved this sale of uranium assets to a Russian company.
He leaves out the part about them then trucking it out of the country and it ending up in Europe or Asia, in violation of the conditions of the already suspicious approval, through a secret deal through Canada. He also fails to mention the fact of the cover up of the Clinton guilt and burying of the investigation took place under Robert Mueller and with involvement by Rod Rosenstein.
There’s a lot he has to leave out of the report if he’s going to make the Clintons look innocent and their corruption look like no big deal. Describing the $145 million that was donated to the Clinton Foundation as a result as simply “millions,” lessens the shock factor.
He hangs his defense on a claim that “Hillary Clinton has claimed she played no personal role in this decision and no effort has emerged to contradict that. So it’s really no clear what the corruption allegations are and to a lot of people reopening this case would look like a pure act of political revenge.” He should watch more Hannity or be more honest in his reporting. He’s carefully crafted the explanation to defensive propaganda.
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