Source: Nicholas Fondacaro
Late Wednesday, when the Big Three Networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) weren’t able to get a report on the air, the FBI lifted a gag order on an informant and allowed them to share information on the Clinton-Uranium scandal with Congress without the need for a subpoena. But come Thursday, none of them mentioned the development on either their morning shows or their evening shows.
“The Justice Department lifted the FBI informant’s gag order, allowing that person to share records and evidence with Congress about the 2010 Uranium One deal that gave a Russian business control over a large swath of the U.S. uranium market,” reported Fox News Channel’s Catherine Herridge to start off Special Report Thursday evening.
In a press conference, House Speaker Paul Ryan explained how “the FBI got in touch with us yesterday afternoon, and they have informed us they will comply with our document request and that they will provide the documents Congress has been asking for by next week.”
The FBI informant was responsible for giving brand new information on the shady Uranium One deal to The Hill, which resulted in new interest in the Clinton scandal. According to the informant, the FBI was investigating Russia’s efforts to influence those involved in approving the deal and monitored them as the positioned themselves around Secretary Clinton.