Thursday, July 20, 2017

Here's what actual collusion with Russia looks like

Bill Clinton gave a speech to the Russia-based Renaissance Capital in Moscow on June 29, 2010, for $500,000. The former president then received a personal call from Prime Minister Vladimir Putin expressing his appreciation for the speech.

A half million dollars for one speech? Or a payoff?

The Global Magnitsky Act, through which we imposed sanctions on Russians designated as human-rights abusers, would become law in 2012. Russia hated it. Read more about the law here. You've heard about the meeting Donald Trump Jr. had with a Russian; it was about this law.

Back to Bubba's speech.

Wikileaks torched the Clinton’s with this release from the Podesta emails. A former Clinton campaign spokesperson is bragging about hiding favors the Clintons did for the Russians:
With the help of the research team, we killed a Bloomberg story trying to link HRC's opposition to the Magnitsky bill to a $500,000 speech that WJC gave in Moscow.
Here's the deal: Hillary Clinton’s initial opposition to the Magnitsky Act coincided with the $500,000 speech her husband gave in Moscow.
Shortly before Bill Clinton’s speech in 2010, when members of Congress pushing the sanctions bill had asked Hillary Clinton to refuse visas to Russian officials implicated under the policy, the State Department denied the request. 
Former President Bill Clinton’s speech to Renaissance just weeks later was all the more curious, considering Renaissance’s Russian investment bank executives would have been banned from the U.S. under the law.
As you can see the legacy media is caught up in the collusion.

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