New Timeline Shows the Transfer of Half Of U.S. Uranium Output To Russia As Hillary Clinton’s Foundation Bags $145 Million

by Greg Campbell | May 14, 2015 2:16 pm

As Hillary Clinton mounts her 2016 presidential bid, she is conspicuously dodging tough questions about her pocketing of cash that appears to have been earned from selling influence. In a new report, Breitbart[1] offers a damning timeline of Hillary’s shady dealings with regards to a $145 million profit from the transfer of Uranium to Russia during her tenure as Secretary of State.


A newly released GAI timeline depicts the sequence of events leading up to then-Sec. of State Hillary Clinton’s approval of the transfer of half of U.S. Uranium output (20% of all U.S. Uranium) to the Russian government in 2010.

Clinton’s State Department was one of eight agencies to review the deal, but Hillary Clinton was the only agency head whose family foundation bagged $145 million in donations, reports the New York Times[3] and Clinton Cash[4].

Indeed, the head of the Russian government’s uranium company, Ian Telfer, made a secret $2.35 million foreign donation to the Clinton Foundation, as was confirmed by the [5]New York Times[3].

Bill Clinton also received a $500,000 speaking fee for a speech in Moscow paid for by a Kremlin-connected bank, reports the New Yorker[6].

“I’ve gotta pay our bills,” explained Bill Clinton.

Please see the graphic below for a timeline of Hillary’s seemingly unethical quid-pro-quo.


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