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originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: abago71
It's absolutely shocking that a news network would have people with different opinions and beliefs.
I am overwhelmed.
The same guy who had been donating to the Clinton Foundation for years.. donated to someone without the power to effect the deal in question....
Frank Giustra, a Canadian mining mogul and major Clinton Foundation donor, led a group of investors in an enterprise called Uranium One. On June 8, 2010, Rosatom, the Russian State Atomic Energy Corporation, announced plans to purchase a 51.4 percent stake in the Canadian company, whose international assets included some 20 percent of America’s uranium capacity. Read more at: www.nationalreview.com...
originally posted by: JoshuaCox
a reply to: Deetermined
Donated to someone who wasn’t even involved in the approval process...
She is not who you would pay off...
Did you watch the video??
Shep explains the approval process and hillary wasn’t even in the chain of command for that..
Because uranium is considered an asset with national security implications, the 2010 sale to Rosatom was subject to approval by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, an intragovernmental agency that includes input from the Departments of State, Treasury, Justice, Energy, Defense, Commerce and Homeland Security, as well as the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.
Smith has deviated from the Fox and Trump line before, to the point that his Fox colleague Sean Hannity accused him of being “anti-Trump.”
Tuesday night, Twitter was brimming with outrage from people who appeared to share Hannity’s view.
The sense of betrayal among some was similar to sentiments expressed Wednesday about Fox’s Sean Hannity after he stopped defending Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore and gave him 24 hours to explain what Hannity called “inconsistencies” in his responses to accusations of sexual misconduct with teenage girls when he was in his 30s.