Hillary Clinton, intimidated by the DOJ breathing down her neck, is going out of her mind as she’s trying to keep her cool.
She is fully aware that the Department of Justice won’t drop the ‘Uranium One’ Russia scandal anytime soon, now that they are on to her horrible schemes.
She is acting out in desperation.
According to Politico she recently criticized President Trump for suggesting that a special prosecutor should look into her part in the Uranium One deal. The former Secretary of State even said that this will cause “terrible consequences that we might live with for a really long time”.
The Uranium One deal has been a controversial issue in the recent past that has aroused debate among conservative commentators and some House Republican lawmakers.
As the report suggests, Clinton told Mother Jones in an interview which was posted Wednesday night : “Taking myself out of it, this is such an abuse of power and it goes right at the rule of law,” she continued saying
“As secretary of state, I went around the world bragging about America’s rule of law. … If they send a signal that we are going to be like some dictatorship, some authoritarian regime where political opponents are going to be unfairly, fraudulently investigated, that rips at the fabric of the contract that we have that we can trust our justice system.”
More information from the Daily Caller further explains how Clinton was referring to her time as Secretary of State when she made these comments.
According to The Hill, Russia gave the Clinton Foundation millions of dollars during this time, and former President Bill Clinton gathered hundreds of thousands of dollars in ‘Russian speaking fees’ as a part of Russian efforts to impact the United States’ federal government to approve the deal.
As stated in the report from the Daily Caller, a Republican chairman of two House committees issued an announcement in October 2017 that they will start an investigation into the Uranium One deal and the Justice Department’s investigation of that deal at the time when former President Obama was still in office.