tip of the hat to "c."
i read with some interest an article the other day accusing the russians of hacking into american voting procedures. well, why not, they've got a lot at stake in getting hilary** clinton elected. they have lots of money in the clintons, and find them useful for purchasing strategic materials like uranium mines, and other goodies. to include computer technology, it would see.
hilary** has collected millions from the russians, for various services rendered. http://www.weeklystandard.com/
the article, posted july 31, 2016 and authored by fred barnes, entitled "the clinton-krelim connection" details that clinton, during her tenure as secretary of state supervising operation "reset" received money into the clinton foundation while overseeing the passing of u.s. computer technology to the russians. according to the article, both the fbi and the u.s. army have said that "reset" helped the "neo-soviets" improve their military technology.
this quote sets forth the facts as laid out in the barnes article, cited above:
"regarding hillary and bill clinton, the report says: "many of the key figures in the skolkovo process – on both the russian and u.s. sides – had major financial ties to the clintons. during the russian reset, these figures and entities provided the clintons with tens of millions of dollars, including contributions to the clinton foundation, paid for speeches by bill clinton, or investments in small start-up companies with deep clinton ties.""the report may put a crimp in hillary clinton's presidential campaign. she has made the 'reset' a major issue to show the success of her tenure as secretary of state, contrasting it with her republican opponent donald trump's total lack of experience in foreign and national security policy. the report raises doubts about her effectiveness as the top foreign policy official during president obama's first term.""the new report said a russian government fund sent $35 million to 'a small company with hillary clinton's campaign chairman john podesta on its executive board, which included senior russian officials. john podesta failed to reveal, as required by law on his federal financial disclosures, his membership on the board of this offshore company."