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Anyone with good sense would be embarrassed posting about  "uranium one"  based on Breitbart and ignoring all of the actual facts surrounding it.


And Newsweek and The Hill? Will you accept any source other than moveon.com?

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rk9152 wrote:

 

How about Newsweek? Does it also offend your religious bias?

 

http://www.newsweek.com/russia-routed-millions-influence-clinton-uranium-deal-informant-tells-congre...


Why do you keep insisting I have religious bias?

 

Do you see THE MOONIES, a cult that has ruined thousands of family's relationships, finances, and homes by virtue of their brainwashing and mind control AS A RELIGION?

 

Are you a defender of this type of CULT?

 

Do you have no compassion for those that were caught up in it and have had their lives and finances ruined?

 

I find it of interest that you used NEWSWEEK as an example of another media source for the same story.

 

NEWSWEEK is owned by IBT Media. IBT Media has an investor that exercises control over the direction the magazine has taken recently. This investor's name is "David" Jae-Hyung Jang. He is a KOREAN minister that has "established" several "religious" organizations. Several of these organizations have connections with guess who???????

 

    THE UNIFICATION CHURCH BETTER KNOWN AS THE MOONIES CULT!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

So keep defending these impostors, charlatans, fraudsters, and swindlers if you wish. Call them a religion if you wish.

 

But there are thousands upon thousands of people that know the truth about the MOONIES and your defense of such a heinous organization defies the imagination.

 

 


O.K. - who at the Hill offends your religious biases?

 

http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/372861-uranium-one-informant-makes-clinton-allegations-in...

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Sara A. Carter - 'investigative reporter'.

 

Fox News

Muck Rack

The Blaze

Washington Times

Washington Examiner

USA Today, USN&WR, Arutz Sheva

 

Awards from

 

Society of Professional Journalists [SPJ] ...Sigma Delta Chi

Press Club of Atlanta (2)

Eugene Katz Awards ---Center For Immigration Studies [CIS]....a spin off from Federation for American Immigration Reform [FAIR].  [condensed from Wikipedia]...'CIS reports have been disputed by scholars[unspecified], think tanks[unspecified], PolitiFact, FactCheck.org, Washington Post, Snopes, CNN, NBC News, and by immigration-research organizations[unspecified].  Critics have accused the CIS of extremist nativist views and for ties to white supremacy groups which the CIS rejects.

 

[Wikipedia].  "The CIS was founded by John Tanton (/wiki/John_Tanton/), whom CNN(/wiki/CNN/) describes as 'a retired Michigan opthalmologist who has openly embraced eugenics, the science of improving the genetic quality of the human population by encouraging selective breeding and at times, advocating for the sterilization of genetically undesireable groups."  "The Hill(/wiki/The_Hill_(newspaper)/) notes that Tanton's opposition to immigration is driven by a desire for population reduction and protection of an ethic white majority."

 

I'm not a 'normal people' as you see them jim, but I think you know that.

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Sounds like someone who was hoping for a big payout and is upset that he didn't get it. 


“[Campbell] came out because he thought he was dying from cancer and he wanted his story to be told,” Toensing explained. “They can go attack all they want to. He’s got the truth, he’s got briefings, the FBI has all kinds of videotapes.”

 

 

 

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Sounds like someone who was hoping for a big payout and is upset that he didn't get it. 

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Toensing added that the Russians thought they had “died and gone to heaven” when Clinton became secretary of state in 2009 and said that is when they began planning out the Uranium One purchase.

 

The 2010 controversial deal transferred 20 percent of all U.S. uranium to Russia via the sale of the Uranium One company, a Canadian mining company, just as nine foreign investors in the deal gave $145 million to the Clinton charity. Given the stake in the U.S. uranium reserves, the deal required approval U.S. government.

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Anyone with good sense would be embarrassed posting about  "uranium one"  based on Breitbart and ignoring all of the actual facts surrounding it.


"The only thing man learns from history is man learns nothing from history"
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Uranium One Informant Attorney: Clintons Can Attack All They Want, But My Client Has the Truth

by TRENT BAKER

 

http://www.breitbart.com/video/2018/02/08/uranium-one-informant-attorney-clintons-can-attack-want-cl...

 


 

BRIETBART= FAKE NEWS BY AN ALT-RIGHT WEBSITE

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rk9152 wrote:

 

How about Newsweek? Does it also offend your religious bias?

 

http://www.newsweek.com/russia-routed-millions-influence-clinton-uranium-deal-informant-tells-congre...


Why do you keep insisting I have religious bias?

 

Do you see THE MOONIES, a cult that has ruined thousands of family's relationships, finances, and homes by virtue of their brainwashing and mind control AS A RELIGION?

 

Are you a defender of this type of CULT?

 

Do you have no compassion for those that were caught up in it and have had their lives and finances ruined?

 

I find it of interest that you used NEWSWEEK as an example of another media source for the same story.

 

NEWSWEEK is owned by IBT Media. IBT Media has an investor that exercises control over the direction the magazine has taken recently. This investor's name is "David" Jae-Hyung Jang. He is a KOREAN minister that has "established" several "religious" organizations. Several of these organizations have connections with guess who???????

 

    THE UNIFICATION CHURCH BETTER KNOWN AS THE MOONIES CULT!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

So keep defending these impostors, charlatans, fraudsters, and swindlers if you wish. Call them a religion if you wish.

 

But there are thousands upon thousands of people that know the truth about the MOONIES and your defense of such a heinous organization defies the imagination.

 

 

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Uranium One Informant Attorney: Clintons Can Attack All They Want, But My Client Has the Truth

 

by TRENT BAKER

 

During a Thursday appearance on “America’s Newsroom,” Victoria Toensing, attorney for FBI informant Douglas Campbell, fired back at Hillary Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill for saying her client was participating in a “charade” by informing the FBI that Russia paid a lobbying group $3 million to “provide in-kind support for the Clintons’ Global Initiative.”

 

Toensing argued that $3 million is “a lot of money for a year of lobbying” and defended her client’s credibility.

 

“[Campbell] came out because he thought he was dying from cancer and he wanted his story to be told,” Toensing explained. “They can go attack all they want to. He’s got the truth, he’s got briefings, the FBI has all kinds of videotapes.”

 

 

Toensing added that the Russians thought they had “died and gone to heaven” when Clinton became secretary of state in 2009 and said that is when they began planning out the Uranium One purchase.

The 2010 controversial deal transferred 20 percent of all U.S. uranium to Russia via the sale of the Uranium One company, a Canadian mining company, just as nine foreign investors in the deal gave $145 million to the Clinton charity. Given the stake in the U.S. uranium reserves, the deal required approval U.S. government.

 

http://www.breitbart.com/video/2018/02/08/uranium-one-informant-attorney-clintons-can-attack-want-cl...

 

 

 

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