Shep Smith Makes a Surprising Conclusion In The Uranium One Scandal [Video]

FOX Network newscaster Sheppard Smith has been looking into the Uranium One scandal that threatens to engulf the Hillary Clinton run State Department. There have been charges that the $145 plus Million Dollars that went to the Clinton Foundation was a Russian payoff. It is not the first time that the Clintons have been accused of pay to play. Hillary’s State Department is accused of seeing that the deal went through. Here is what Mr. Smith says that he found out. 

As Written By Carlos Garcia for The Blaze:

Fox News’ Shepard Smith tackled the Uranium One deal with Russia and the suspected scandal surrounding it, but drew a surprising conclusion.

“So what are the facts? What is Uranium One? Uranium One is the name of a South Africa-based mining company,” Smith began.

“Back in 2007 it merged with Urasia energy based in Canada. And in 2010 the mining arm of the Russian nuclear agency Rosatom, bought controlling interest in the company. Among other places, that mining company had operations in Wyoming that amounted to what the Nuclear Regulatory Commissions or the NRC said was at the time was about 20% uranium production capacity in the U.S.,” he explained.

“Today the NRC says it’s about 10%,” he said. “Now, here’s the accusation.”

“Nine people involved in the deal made donations to the Clinton Foundation totaling more than $140 million,” he added. “In exchange, Secretary of State Clinton approved the sale to the Russians. A quid pro quo.”

“The accusation first made by Peter Schweizer,” Smith continued, “the senior editor at large of the website Breitbart in his 2015 book, Clinton Cash. The next year, candidate ………

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Shepard Smith tackles the Uranium One scandal – and makes a surprising conclusion – TheBlaze

 

 

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