NEW EVIDENCE: Mueller Linked To Russian Deals That ‘Undermined National Security’
Special counsel Robert Mueller is involved in the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton’s Uranium One deal to sell 20 percent of U.S. uranium to Russia.
That deal was approved by the same Barack Obama appointee who also approved a separate deal: the sale of Port Canaveral’s cargo container terminal to the Middle Eastern company Gulftainer, which partners with the Russian state-owned firm ROSTEC, overseen by Vladimir Putin.
Gulftainer is run by the brother of Saddam Hussein’s nuclear weapons chief. ROSTEC, meanwhile, fully owns the company that exports the Russian missile-launch container “Club K.”
Insiders say the Obama administration and the Clintons’ collusion with Russia undermined national security. Big League Politics spoke to an inside source employed at Port Canaveral, who confirmed that the port’s security and screening procedures have changed under the ownership of Gulftainer, the Arab company and Russian partner.
The Barack Obama appointee who was integral in approving both deals came to the administration from Robert Mueller’s law firm WilmerHale.
Big League Politics reported: The Obama administration placed Aimen Nabi Mir, former two-time president of the youth wing of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), into the top advisory position to the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), a national security post at the Treasury Department.
Aimen Mir was the CFIUS Staff Chairperson from 2009 until 2014. During that time, Aimen Mir played a key role in the CFIUS panel’s decision to approve the sale of Uranium One to Russia’s Rosatom. Mir also played a key role in the Treasury Department’s refusal to investigate the UAE’s Gulftainer 35-year cargo container terminal lease at Port Canaveral, a critical military infrastructure facility for U.S. naval and space operations…
Aimen Mir’s ISNA connections are troubling. ISNA is one of the largest Muslim Brotherhood front groups in the U.S. and was named by the Department of Justice as an unindicted co-conspirator in the 2008 Holy Land Foundation HAMAS terror funding trial…
Both Uranium One and Gulftainer have deep ties to Russian intelligence, nuclear weapons, and uranium enrichment. Gulftainer has additional ties to the Iranian regime and to the architects of Obama’s Iran Nuclear Deal.
Gulftainer executive board chairman Badr Jafar visited the White House in 2014, six weeks before the secretly-negotiated Gulftainer deal was announced, signed, and closed…
Mir’s work experience was as an immigration attorney at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP (WilmerHale) representing people from the Middle East seeking asylum in the United States…”
What is Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale? None other than Robert Mueller’s law firm, which he recently left to accept the special counsel role in the “Russia” case. Prosecutors on his anti-Trump legal team also came from WilmerHale.
“Gulftainer is in a joint-venture with Russian state-owned ROSTEC, which owns one hundred percent of the shares of ROSOBORONEXPORT, the exporter of the Club-K container missile launch system. ROSTEC markets the Club-K through its weapons export unit ROSOBORONEXPORT. ROSTEC entered into the joint venture with Gulftainer to operate Russian ports infrastructure projects, with Vladimir Putin personally overseeing the signing of the agreement. As a result, Gulftainer became a co-owner of a terminal at the Ust-Luga port” on the Baltic Sea near St. Petersburg, according to “Russia Beyond the Headlines.”
Club K containers have a shelf life of ten years. Each unit can lay dormant for a decade, until activated.”
Vladimir Putin was photographed beside Gulftainer chairman Badr Jafar signing their joint venture in Sochi, Russia in 2010.
Mir did not have any national security experience before taking the job with the Treasury Department agency CFIUS. In speaking to the United Nations in April 2016, Mir made clear to the globalists in attendance that the CFIUS is “proportional in its response” to national security risks posed by foreign deals with the United States.
“This brings me to my third point. While CFIUS has robust authority to address any national security risks that are not addressed by other authorities, CFIUS is proportional in its response.
Consistent with its focused mandate, CFIUS first seeks to resolve its concerns through establishment of targeted measures to mitigate the national security risk. These measures are subject to scrutiny by the full committee, to ensure that they are tailored and effective. In the vast majority of instances in which CFIUS action is required, CFIUS is able to negotiate appropriate mitigation measures. In the very few instances in which the national security risk cannot reasonably be mitigated, CFIUS will recommend to the President that he suspend or prohibit a transaction, a power reserved to the President.”
Mueller’s links, as FBI director, to the reportedly Kremlin-sourced Christopher Steele dossier on Trump is well-established, leading Republicans to call for his resignation from the case.
Mueller is also under fire for his role in the Uranium One scandal, in which his FBI ignored a Russian bribery plot connected to the sale of U.S. uranium to the Russians.
Mueller’s first indictment in his Trump-Russia investigation comes out Monday. It is expected that former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort will be indicted on a charge unrelated to any Trump-Russia collusion during the election.