Honestly, it’s shameful. Not only is she responsible for this entire “witch hunt,” as Trump calls the Mueller investigation, but now she’s seeing to it that actual witches get caught, a move that greatly lessens the dismissiveness of calling something a witch hunt.
If there’s one thing we know, Crooked Hillary is to blame for everything. Why? Because Republicans want her to be, and it’s not possible to believe in two controversies at the same time.
It’s clear from Mueller’s court documents — if you read between the lines with your head in a microwave — that the Russia-connected “overseas professor” who met Papadopoulos was actually Clinton wearing a costume.
She is known as a master of disguise, which explains how she hid her identity while shooting President John F. Kennedy, raiding the U.S. consulate in Benghazi and being Charles Manson.
The controversial 2010 decision by the Obama administration to allow Rosatom, a Russian nuclear energy agency, to acquire a controlling stake in Uranium One, a Canadian firm that had a major mining license in the United States.
Around the same time, Bill Clinton received substantial speaking fees in Russia, and the nonprofit Clinton Foundation received donations from entities with interests in the Uranium One deal.
Republicans contend that this amounts to a quid pro quo that wasn’t sufficiently investigated by Mueller when he led the F.B.I. “Mueller is guilty of obstruction and cover up in Uranium One,” Stone argued.
This month that the F.B.I. “gathered substantial evidence that Russian nuclear industry officials were engaged in bribery, kickbacks, extortion and money laundering designed to grow Vladimir Putin’s atomic energy business inside the United States,” but ultimately the Obama D.O.J. did not bring charges in the case. Stone argued to the Daily Caller that this amounts to a “cover up.”
The president must order his attorney general to appoint a special counsel to investigate the Obama-Clinton-Mueller-Rosenstein criminal collusion that enriched the Clinton-Democrat crime syndicate by hundreds of millions of dollars and further embedded the power of the deep state operators who facilitated the multi-billion-dollar Uranium One pay-to-play scam.