Clinton Uranium One Theory Doesn’t Make Any Sense

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A conspiracy theory involving uranium, Russians, bribery and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton managed to trigger a congressional probe this week. … for the Clinton Foundation from those tied to the Tenex-Uranium One deal is also tenuous. PolitiFact reviewed that claim, which was floated in a book by an editor at the far-right media outlet Breitbart, and found …

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Dave

So the Clinton Foundation selling uranium to Russia doesn’t make sense, but the election being rigged by the Russians is totally believable. Liberals just don’t make any sense sometimes.

Rickie Lee

Thank you for all the hard work you do!

Debra Davies

Dave,did you even read the article? Because, if you did, your reading comprehension needs work.