Judge Jeanine on Russian uranium scandal: “Obama and the Clintons sold us out”

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Judge Jeanine Pirro observed Saturday that Americans were “sold out” by the Obama administration. Her comments come after news reports surfaced last week revealing bombshell revelations about real collusion between the U.S. and Russia in attempts to further Russia’s nuclear industry in America.

Americans learned last week that the FBI and Justice Department were investigating a racketeering operation into Russian-backed mining companies which included extortion, money laundering, bribery, and kickback schemes. Soon after that, the Obama administration made a deal via then-secretary of state Hillary Clinton to sell 20 percent of America’s uranium to them.

Russia also arranged during that same time frame for millions of dollars in “donations” to be paid directly to the Clinton Foundation.

“Obama and the Clintons sold us out,” stated Pirro on her Fox News show, “our uranium — and with it the security of our nation.”

Pirro pointed out that Bob Mueller and Rod Rosenstein have been identified as major players in the uranium deal and are now involved in investigating any ties President Trump has to Russia. Andrew McCabe, the FBI agent handling the uranium investigation, also handled Hillary Clinton’s email scandal.

The racketeering operation “was allowed to literally disappear before our eyes,” she concluded.

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