Two committees will be seeking to uncover the truth about the 2010 Uranium One deal that gave a Russian company control over 20% of America’s uranium. The Senate has already announced their probe. Now, the House, led by Devin Nunes and Trey Gowdy, will be looking into the scandal as well.
For a quick background, check out this story from earlier today on The Resurgent:
It would have stayed there had Clinton succeeded in winning the presidency. Does anyone doubt that every scandal, every dirty deal, every political quid pro quo the Clintons ever initiated would have vanished like Bill’s inhibitions at a Jeff Epstein getaway weekend?
And Hillary, ever ready and willing to gaslight, but without the skill of her husband, had the nerve to tell C-SPAN that “there’s been no credible evidence by anyone” that this scandal could be laid at her feet.
At the center of this investigation is whether or not there was an FBI or DOJ investigation into the Russian company at the time the White House was cutting a deal with them. If so, why wasn’t Congress notified? Could it be that the famous “reset” of Russian relations hinged on the deal and the Obama administration wanted nothing standing in the way? Were Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder, and other members of the board designated to approve the deal aware that the investigation was happening but chose to ignore it?
This story is developing. We’ll update it as more information is released.
CBS NEWS: Rep. Devin Nunes announces House Intel Committee will launch probe into Clinton-Uranium One deal with Russia pic.twitter.com/y127p56Kcw
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