Truth About Russian Collusion Reflected in One Brilliant Meme

Attorney at Law and liberal Jonathan Turley recently opened up on allegations that put Hillary Clinton in a very unsettling position, as far as the ongoing Russia/Uranium One investigation is concerned. Mainly, the reports suggest she was not only well aware of the affair, but she helped seal the deal as well. 

Turley, on the other hand, has a reputation of an expert in the field, and an experienced activist on environmental law, separation of church and state, and civil rights. He first grabbed the crowd’s attention after demanding that Bush Administration officials were charged with “war crimes.”

He recently had a sit-down interview with Fox News’ Martha MacCallum, where he explained how the accusations the Clintons are facing could be “criminal.”
‘As you know, I’ve been very skeptical about the past Russian collusion claims as being a criminal matter, even though I supported the appointment of the special counsel after Comey was fired I’ve been cautioning and many others have that it really isn’t a crime to collude. In the same, it wouldn’t be a crime on the Trump side to receive information on the other side from a foreign national.

The allegations against the Clintons could potentially be criminal. It doesn’t mean that they are criminal. The $500,000 given to Bill Clinton might have been innocent. The timing might just have been horrible. But that would be a cognizable crime if a linkage was found.

In the same way, the allegation over the dossier does involve a potential violation of federal law. The Federal Election Commission Act requires campaigns to state a purpose for any money spent over about $200, to sort of have an item description for each of those amounts. There isn’t an item description for this law firm for the amount of money that is being alleged to have been given to this research firm.’

Turley explained that Trump’s team already has reached out to Julian Assange’s Wikileaks in reference to these emails by Clinton.

“It’s not necessarily a crime to reach out to see if that information will be publicly available,” he said, adding that the crime would likely be in any “hacking of systems” to get the information to WikiLeaks.

Federal authorities and Congress have recently kicked off the 2010 Uranium One deal, which now puts Clinton in the hot seat.

 Attorney at Law and liberal Jonathan Turley recently opened up on allegations that put Hillary Clinton in a very unsettling position, as far as the ongoing Russia/Uranium One investigation is concerned. Mainly, the reports suggest she was not only well aware of the affair, but she helped seal the deal as well.

 

Turley, on the other hand, has a reputation of an expert in the field, and an experienced activist on environmental law, separation of church and state, and civil rights. He first grabbed the crowd’s attention after demanding that Bush Administration officials were charged with “war crimes.”

He recently had a sit-down interview with Fox News’ Martha MacCallum, where he explained how the accusations the Clintons are facing could be “criminal.”
 As you know, I’ve been very skeptical about the past Russian collusion claims as being a criminal matter, even though I supported the appointment of the special counsel after Comey was fired I’ve been cautioning and many others have that it really isn’t a crime to collude. In the same, it wouldn’t be a crime on the Trump side to receive information on the other side from a foreign national.

The allegations against the Clintons could potentially be criminal. It doesn’t mean that they are criminal. The $500,000 given to Bill Clinton might have been innocent. The timing might just have been horrible. But that would be a cognizable crime if a linkage was found.

In the same way, the allegation over the dossier does involve a potential violation of federal law. The Federal Election Commission Act requires campaigns to state a purpose for any money spent over about $200, to sort of have an item description for each of those amounts. There isn’t an item description for this law firm for the amount of money that is being alleged to have been given to this research firm.’

Turley explained that Trump’s team already has reached out to Julian Assange’s Wikileaks in reference to these emails by Clinton.

“It’s not necessarily a crime to reach out to see if that information will be publicly available,” he said, adding that the crime would likely be in any “hacking of systems” to get the information to WikiLeaks.

Federal authorities and Congress have recently kicked off the 2010 Uranium One deal, which now puts Clinton in the hot seat.

The general scheme showed that many branches were involved in the matter, including the State Department, the FBI, DOJ, Clinton Foundation, and, certainly, Russia.

Uranium One was also reported donating several times to The Clinton Foundation, which, once again, makes Hillary look as guilty as any other criminal.

The Uranium One company, based in Canada, is actually largely supported by the Russian government. The State Department and Hillary Clinton as its head was one of nine U.S. government agencies that went through with the deal all the way.

Now, charges of extortion, bribery, and kickbacks are more visible than ever, and we do hope the new investigation will be fruitful, meaning it will put the right people behind bars.

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