No wonder Hillary Clinton wiped her email server. There was probably enough evidence on it to send her to prison for a long time, including this new allegation of her approving the sale of a Canadian uranium company (that controls one-fifth of uranium made in US) to a Russian company tied to the Russian government – after receiving millions in donations to the Clinton foundation:
DAILY MAIL – Hillary Clinton’s foundation received millions in undisclosed donations from the executive of a nuclear energy company tied to Russia at the same time she led the State Department to approve its purchase of US uranium.
The chairman of Uranium One, a Vancouver-based uranium company that was purchased by the Russian state atomic agency Rosatom between 2009 and 2013, gave the Clintons four donations amounting to $2.35 million during the same time.
Her husband Bill Clinton also received one of his highest speaker’s fees, $500,000, in June 2010 for a speech in Moscow from a investment bank linked to Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Kremlin.
An investigation from the New York Times based on interviews and public records in Canada, the US and Russia shows that the Clinton Foundation was accepting millions of donations from Canadian Uranium One Chairman Ian Telfer.
Accepting the donations of a company tied to foreign governments could be seen as influencing Hillary’s work as Secretary of State.
When Rosatom purchased 51 percent of Uranium One, which controls a reported one-fifth of the uranium made in the US, the reported $610 million sale needed to be approved by a committee of government agencies, including the State Department. …
When Clinton joined the Obama Administration as Secretary of State, she signed an agreement saying that the Clinton Foundation would not receive money from foreign governments, which it has done since she left office.
However, the donations from Uranium One’s Tefler reveal that it was still accepting donations from private individuals whose businesses and interests aligned with governments such as Russia.
Russia would ultimately benefit from the deal and Clinton’s involvement, and was able to secure more uranium production in its own backyard when took majority control of Uranium One in 2010 and 100 per cent control in 2013.
The audacity of this woman to run for president after everything she’s reportedly done, including wiping her email server, just shows how elitist she really is.