Tuesday, February 06, 2018

The Justice Department Has Apparently Debunked the Phony Uranium One Scandal

The Justice Department Has Apparently Debunked the Phony Uranium One Scandal

This article focuses on one thing: the fact that the "whistleblower" (1) never mentioned Clinton at all, and (2) was determined to be a lyin' nutcase to begin with!

RE: #1: "In a December 15, 2017, briefing to House oversight committee staff, Justice Department officials apparently knocked down this claim. The officials said that 'at no point did [the individual] provide any allegation of corruption, illegality, or impropriety on Clinton, the Clinton Foundation, President Clinton, the Uranium One deal, or CFIUS,' Cummings and Schiff wrote. 'They also confirmed that there were ‘no allegations of impropriety or illegality’ regarding Secretary Clinton in any of the documents they reviewed.'"

Re #2: "Career attorneys initially planned to build their case against Mikerin based on evidence provided by this individual. However, they began to have ‘serious credibility concerns’ because of ‘inconsistencies’ between the individual’s statements and documents they obtained as part of the investigation."

But really these points are unnecessary. There never was any merit to the whole Uranium One scandal.

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