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Gorka: Clinton's Actions a 'Clear Case of Play-for-Pay'

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By    |   Thursday, 16 November 2017 08:39 AM

Sebastian Gorka Thursday lambasted Hillary Clinton's claims to Mother Jones that an investigation of her activities would be "such an abuse of power," saying the former presidential candidate and secretary of state is not above the law.

"It's only an abuse of power if she thinks that having the last name Clinton means that she is above the law," the former deputy assistant to President Donald Trump told Fox News' "Fox & Friends" program. 

"She isn't. We have a clear case here of play-for-pay. Not only do we know the FBI was investigating the Russian corruption in America, bribing people involved with the deal for uranium, we know that she was the chairman of the committee that had to approve that sale. And at the same time, that she had to approve the sale of 20 percent of our uranium to Russia."

In addition, said Gorka, the Clinton Foundation "received$145 million and her husband received half a million dollars for one speech that he gave from the same people that were buying the uranium."

Clinton's story is the most "massive security scandal" since the end of the Cold War, he added.

"Twenty percent of our uranium was sold to the Russians, and now we have this dodgy dossier," said Gorka. "We know this dossier was built upon Russian propaganda, fake sources, and used to smear the Trump campaign. That dossier was also paid for by the FBI.

"The Clinton campaign, the DNC paid $12 million for it and then James Comey briefed that to the president, leaks the briefing so what happens? We get a special counsel, his buddy, Robert Mueller to investigate the president for collusion.

"The situation is 'like something out of a Tom Clancy novel, but it isn't," Gorka continued. "It's real life and it's corruption."

He added that he would want to know how many other pieces of propaganda "were salted across the left wing media by Fusion GPS," the research firm hired during the campaign.

"This isn't the only case. We know they have relationships with lots of journalists. How much fake news out there attacking the president came from Fusion GPS is another questions."

Gorka also discussed the situation concerning Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore and the growing accusations of sexual abuse he is facing.

"I want to get to the bottom of this story," said Gorka. "I want to find out if Judge Moore did what he did because in this country we have a presumption of innocence. If these accusations are true, these women deserve justice.

"But in this country we have to see the evidence and this individual must actually be given the presumption of innocence. So right now, I don't want to make decisions or encourage people to make decisions that remove that presumption of innocence."

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Sebastian Gorka Thursday lambasted Hillary Clinton's claims to Mother Jones that an investigation of her activities would be "such an abuse of power," saying the former presidential candidate and secretary of state is not above the law.
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