Report: Gag order lifted on Uranium One FBI Informant, will talk to Congress

Late last night a bombshell report was released as it pertains to the FBI Informant in the Uranium One deal.

The Justice Department said Wednesday night that it had lifted a gag order preventing an FBI informant from telling Congress details about an Obama-era deal in which a Russian-backed company bought a uranium firm with mines in the U.S.

In a statement, the department said it had authorized the informant to discuss the 2013 agreement — known as Uranium One — and related matters with the leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee, the House Oversight committee, and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

Uranium One refers to the name of a Canada-based company with mines in the U.S. that was bought by Rosatom, a company backed by the Russian state. The State Department, then led by Hillary Clinton, was one of nine U.S. government agencies that had to approve the deal.

This informant is the key to unlocking the veracity of this Uranium Scandal. He has been rumored to have audio that ties Clinton and Russia together.

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