Hannity explodes over report: FBI found evidence Hillary, Obama guilty of actual Russian collusion

After all of the talk about President Donald Trump and Russia collusion, it appears the investigations may have been on the wrong presidential candidate.

Fox News’ Sean Hannity, who on social media Tuesday teased a bombshell report, used his opening monologue on Wednesday to expose the ties between the Kremlin and the Clintons.

Hannity was speaking of a report that found the FBI buried evidence that tied the Russians and The Clinton Foundation together, prior to the Obama administration approving the sale of Canadian mining company Uranium One to Russia’s Rosatom.

The move gave the Russians control over 20 percent of America’s uranium reserves, all while millions of dollars were routed to the Clinton Foundation via Russian nuclear energy officials.

Hannity called on Congress, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and special investigator Robert Mueller to investigate the scandal.

“For months on this program I have been telling you (that) Uranium One will be one of the biggest scandals this country has ever seen,” he said before showing a clip of himself talking about the scandal in July.

“The evidence against the Clintons is overwhelming, it is incontrovertible,” he said. “Hillary Clinton and her husband sold out America to the Russians while millions of dollars flowed to their family foundation. And in the process, Clinton created a massive national security risk for every man, woman, and child — giving Vladimir Putin control over American uranium.”

“If the liberal ideological mainstream media, and the Democrats in this country, that have been screaming ‘Russia! Russia! Russia!’ for all these months, if they want real Russian collusion we’ve got it for them,” he said. “The evidence is right here. It doesn’t even need to be investigated, just corroborated.”

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Carmine Sabia


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