Watch libtards try to call this political prosecution.
I really hope they get the top people. It is going to be fun days watching the buildup to, and hoping it actually results in arrests and a "draining of the swamps".>Could this be related to the money move Soros did to his "foundation"? Perhaps a bit much to hope for that they get to put Soros in jail.
Down with the Clinton kabal.
Wait, if the Sauds are going down, is the whole structure of Clintons as well? They are connected, now they fall.
Also, Trump is working to bring down the petrodollar, whether it be intentionally or unintentionally.
I think as the fundamental economic structure gives way, that has been built up since WWII, all the overlaying structures would give way also. This is basically money flow, and the lack thereof at its base. The world has been unconsciously presuming economics can go on as usual without births.
Identity of Secret Informant In FBI’s Clinton Probe Unveiled
>More information about the Congressional probes into the Obama-era Uranium One deal leaked out Thursday when Reuters ( http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-clinton-informant-exclusive/exclusive-secret-witness-in-senate-clinton-probe-is-ex-lobbyist-for-russian-firm-idUSKBN1DG1SB ) reported that Senate Republicans say their investigation into the Clinton’s role in approving the deal largely hinges on the testimony of a secret informant who was until recently the subject of a federal gag order.
>But a month after Trump asked the DOJ to lift the gag order - a command that the DOJ promptly obeyed - the man has decided to speak out publicly for the first time in an interview with Reuters.
>His name is Christopher Campbell, and was formerly a lobbyist for Tenex, the US-based arm of Rosatom, the Russian government’s nuclear agency.
>At the time the Uranium One deal was approved, Campbell was a confidential source for the FBI in a Maryland bribery and kickback investigation that eventually led to the conviction of the head of the US unit of Rosatom, the Russian state-owned nuclear power company that received permission to buy Uranium One from a US strategic-resources panel, on bribery and corruption charges. Campbell was identified as an FBI informant by prosecutors in open court and by himself in a publicly available lawsuit he filed last year, but his identity as the informant was somehow not widely known, Reuters noted.
Are we there yet? Are we there yet?