AG Jeff Sessions to Reopen Uranium One Investigation

Attorney General Jeff Sessions appears to have come finally out of his hiding place after recusing himself from the Russia probe and virtually everything else.

In addition to the investigation into Planned Parenthood, Sessions is now pressing for a reopening of the investigation into the sale of Uranium One to the Russians.

Recall that Hillary’s State Department approved the massive deal, coincidentally after the Clinton Foundation received some questionable foreign donations (which the Clintons ‘forgot’ about) and after Bill Clinton was paid a half million for a single speech in Moscow.

Critics argue the matter has already been investigated. But if that investigation was conducted by the same FBI that investigated the email server scandal, you can rest assured there’s more than meets the eye.

A lot more.

Here’s more from Redstate…

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is making moves to investigate the Uranium One case, by instructing Justice Department prosecutors to question FBI agents regarding the deal that has been linked to Bill and Hillary Clinton.

As a refresher:

At issue is a 2010 transaction in which the Obama Administration allowed the sale of U.S. uranium mining facilities to Russia’s state atomic energy company. Hillary Clinton was secretary of state at the time, and the State Department was one of nine agencies that agreed to approve the deal after finding no threat to U.S. national security.

Uranium One had 2 licensed mining operations in Wyoming in 2010, making up about 20 percent of all of the uranium production in the U.S.

From 2009 to 2013, Russians gained control, through three separate transactions. The Canadian chairman of Uranium One, Ian Telfer, transferred $2.35 million in donations from his family foundation to the Clinton Foundation during that time (through 4 donations). In true Clinton fashion, they “forgot” to disclose those donations.

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