Hillary Clinton Scandal Involves Collusion With Russia, Killing Media Stories, And Money

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Hillary Clinton’s collusion with Russia has all but been ignored by the media. But it’s now becoming more clear that she has one big thing in common with the Russian lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. last year.

Of course, the news about Russian collusion between the Clintons and Moscow does not end with a commonality. It all ties together. Former Secretary of State Clinton’s initial opposition to sanctions on human rights abusers coincided with a $500,000 speech her husband gave in Moscow. This link was one her 2016 campaign conveniently fought to downplay and even “kill” in the press, according to WikiLeaks-released documents.


Wikileaks Podesta emails ID 303. Verify authenticity here.
Wikileaks Podesta emails ID 303. Verify authenticity here.

The Russian lawyer who landed a meeting with Donald Trump Jr. during last year’s presidential campaign with the promise of dirt on Hillary Clinton had one big thing in common with the Democratic candidate: Both had opposed Russia sanctions targeting human-rights abusers. –Fox News

This Wikileaks email (in the image above) is significant because it relates to Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with the Russian lawyer that the left is up in arms about. Not only that, it proves collusion between Russia and Hillary, and Hillary and the media.  We are simply surrounded by propaganda. This collision also not something the majority of the mainstream media is touching because it doesn’t fit the carefully crafted narrative and the belief system they have sought to cram down the throats of Americans through brainwashing. When there’s silence in the media, free thinkers have begun to wonder why and with good reason.

Based on Peter Schweizer’s best-selling book Clinton Cash, there has been more collusion between Russia and the Clintons than the media is willing to report on. However, the New York Times in April 2015 did publish a report on Bill Clinton’s $500,000 speech in Moscow and its ties to a deal in which the Russians gradually assumed control of the Uranium One mining company. The control of the mining company was painted as a sale in exchange for Bill’s speech and gave the Russians control of one-fifth of all uranium production capacity in the United States.

The newspaper further reported:

[Bill] Clinton received $500,000 for a Moscow speech from a Russian investment bank [Renaissance] with links to the Kremlin that was promoting Uranium One stock. New York Times

How fascinating that the media is picking apart this meeting with Donald Trump Jr. and the Russian lawyer, yet conveniently forget what dirt she had on Hillary is much worse. The media is obviously, yet craftily, covering for the Clintons. So far, the Clintons “collusion” with Russia appears to be exceedingly more sinister than any of the bold and admittedly false accusations of Russian hacking slung toward Donald Trump. “If you want to talk about having relationships with Russia, I’d look no further than the Clintons,” Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said at a briefing last week. “Bill Clinton was paid half a million dollars to give a speech to a Russian bank, personally thanked by President Putin,”  Huckabee Sanders said. And Huckabee Sanders is correct…

The speech is now coming back to haunt the Clintons, considering the company that cut the check was tied to the scandal that spurred the Global Magnitsky Act, a bill that imposed sanctions on Russians designated as human-rights abusers and eventually would become law in 2012.

The Global Magnitsky Act was named for 36-year-old tax attorney Sergei Magnitsky, who died in the custody of the Russian government after accusing the government and organized crime of stealing hundreds of millions of dollars from a foreign company, Hermitage Capital Management. Magnitsky, hired by foreign investor and Hermitage owner William Browder, had tracked what turned out to be hundreds of millions of dollars in tax fraud. He reported the fraud to the Russian authorities, but instead of pursuing charges against the alleged offender, Russian authorities jailed Magnitsky. –Fox News

After Magnitsky died in November 2009, Browder said Magnitsky proved Renaissance officials were among those orchestrating the scheme; the same Renaissance that Bill Clinton was paid $500,000 to give a speech to.

This was the same law Russian attorney Natalia Veselnitskaya was lobbying against during her sit-down with Trump Jr. last year. And back in 2010, it would have put the Clintons on her side.

We all know what happens when one doesn’t side with the Clintons, and it isn’t pretty.

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