BREAKING NEWS From JEFF SESSIONS… It’s FINALLY HAPPENING!

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Sean Brown AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

Critics of Hillary Clinton have long suspected dirty dealings behind the scenes of the infamous Uranium One deal, which saw the Obama administration sell 20 percent of America’s uranium mining rights to Russia, and it looks like they’re finally going to get the answers they’ve sought.

According to a bombshell report from NBC News, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered the career prosecutors at the Justice Department to take another look at the original investigation into the deal. The report states that Justice Department officials have been interviewing the FBI agents who conducted the criminal probe into the matter to see if there’s a need for a special counsel.

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A senior law enforcement official who was briefed on the initial FBI investigation told NBC News there were allegations of corruption surrounding the process under which the U.S. government approved the sale. But no charges were filed.

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As the New York Times reported in April 2015, some of the people associated with the deal contributed millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation. And Bill Clinton was paid $500,000 for a Moscow speech by a Russian investment bank with links to the transaction.

Hillary Clinton has denied playing any role in the decision by the State Department to approve the sale, and the State Department official who approved it has said Clinton did not intervene in the matter. That hasn’t stopped some Republicans, including President Trump, from calling the arrangement corrupt — and urging that Clinton be investigated.

In a letter to Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Assistant Attorney General for Legislative Affairs Stephen Boyd said Justice Department lawyers would make recommendations to Sessions about whether an investigation should be opened or expanded, or whether a special counsel should be appointed to probe a number of issues of concern to Republicans.

Awesome. There’s more too.

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The senior Justice Department official said the questions were part of an effort by the Sessions team to get up to speed on the controversial case, in the face of allegations from Congressional Republicans that it was mishandled.

As one would imagine, Twitter conservatives erupted at the news after months of literally begging someone to look into what appears to have been blatant corruption during the Obama years.

“I’ve been saying on YourVoice™ America for the past year that once Trump got his first MAJOR WIN, he’d go after Hillary. Yesterday, #TaxReform passed, today.”

“Boom URANIUM ONE is going to be investigated. Jeff Sessions orders prosecutors at the DOJ to begin interviewing FBI agents re evidence uncovered in #UraniumOne. Now we’re getting somewhere. #SessionsOnTheJob

“Finally, an investigation into real Russian collusion!”

“Thank you to every single person who has been tweeting about Uranium One. Social media is our direct contact to President Trump & his administration. Tweet early and tweet often.”

Apparently, Sessions may not be as weak as everyone thought, and perhaps really was just waiting for the President to get his first major legislative win to take action. Whatever the case may be, today is a great day for conservatives.

Merry Christmas, patriots!

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