YES

I believe she was bribed to sell uranium to Russia

NO

Russia’s support of Clinton’s charity wasn’t bribery

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Hillary Clinton has been dogged by accusations of impropriety pertaining to the sale of mining company Uranium One -- along with approximately 20% of the United States’ uranium reserves -- to Russia mining giant Rosatom.

Now, recent testimony by an FBI informant appears to further implicate both Hillary and Bill Clinton to a Russian scheme of kickbacks, bribery, and racketeering aimed at cornering the global uranium supply to gain a strategic advantage over the United States.

Part of that scheme entailed an American lobbying firm who was paid millions of dollars by Russia with instructions to aid the Clinton Foundation while Clinton was Barack Obama’s Secretary of State in hopes of garnering approval from the U.S. government for the Russian purchase of Uranium One.

The FBI informant, who was rewarded $50,000 by the FBI for his work, expressed his frustration to Congress that no action was taken as a result of the intelligence he provided.

Democrats in Congress and a Clinton spokesman, however, attacked the informant’s credibility and dismissed the claims as a Republican attempt to distract from the Mueller investigation of alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Great American Daily strives to provide you with the most relevant and informed analysis of breaking news.

As part of our coverage, we are gathering public opinion on the accusations against Hillary Clinton regarding the sale of American uranium assets to Russian interests.

Was Hillary Clinton illegally bribed to facilitate the transfer of American uranium assets to Russia against the interests of American national security while she was Barack Obama’s Secretary of State, or are the accusations baseless?