Trump’s Not an ‘Agent of Russia’…Hillary Is!

Written by iPatriot

The Clinton campaign has taken a curious tack for one wanting to elect the next President of the United States:  Blame Russia for interfering with our national election claiming Russia would prefer to have an aggressive, unpredictable man for the United States President than a woman who has fumbled every diplomatic move she has ever made allowing Russia an advantage and path to return to world power status, single handedly!  Of these two, Russia would clearly see Hillary’s election as an opportunity generating outcome.  Be sure there are “Hillary” posters in the Kremlin.

In just one Hillary deal Russia gained control of 20% of all uranium produced in the US by making several million Dollar contributions through Canadian Uranium One, Inc. that sold out to the Russian Rostom SA after Uranium One, Inc. had control of 20% of all US uranium production. Mr. Trump has no uranium holdings in any nation.

Hillary’s contention Mr. Trump’s alleged deals and borrowings from Russian lenders makes Donald J. Trump a more attractive US President than she is do not add up.  In Hillary they have a useful “Patsy.”

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