Bill Clinton Helped With Uranium Acquisition for 30 Million Dollar Kickback

Meet the Press - Season 67

New York Times reporter, Jo Becker, has revealed that Bill Clinton has been conclusively caught lying to her about a meeting where Bill Clinton brokered a deal to get the Kazakh state-owned uranium mining company Kazatomprom to Canadian millionaire Frank Giustra.  After the deal was complete, Giustra gave the Clinton Foundation a cool thirty million dollars.  Becker asked the Clintons about the meeting to confirm the story she had.  This is what she says followed:

“When I first contacted both the Clinton Foundation, Mr. Clinton’s spokesman and Mr. Giustra they denied any such meeting ever took place.”

Bill Clinton issued a statement [sarc]:

“I did not have business relations with that man, Mr Giustra.”

All three felt comfortable in the knowledge that no one could ever prove it took place.  It doesn’t pay to get too comfortable, especially when you allowed a picture to be taken with the head of  Kazatomprom.  He not only confirmed that the meeting took place but that he had a picture of himself with Bill Clinton at his house in Chappaqua, LI.  After Becker confronted the three, who denied such a meeting took place and that there was a picture to prove it, they backed down and admitted that the meeting did indeed take place as she asked about.

Every day a new revelation is coming out about how the Clintons traded favors for cold hard cash.  I suspect there is much more to come since it takes an entire book to list them.

Here is the report by Ms Becker:

Courtesy of Red Statements.

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