The View from Blue Eye, MO and Tablerock Lake: BREAKING: Leaked Email From Clinton Campaign Could Be Smoking Gun On Russia Sponsored: Investigators digging into Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with a Russian lawyer are uncovering unsettling connections between Russia and Hillary Clinton. One of John Podesta’s leaked emails is considered in a new light after Donald Trump Jr. met with Russia lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya. The email indicates that Hillary Clinton was working for the Russian government (via Breitbart). Trump Jr. admits that the meeting with Veselnitskaya was a mistake. The lawyer lied about having dirt on Clinton to get close to the Trump campaign to lobby against the Magnitsky Act. But an email captured from Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, John Podesta, reveals that Clinton and this lawyer shared the same goals. Clinton leads the opposition against the Magnitsky Act in America. Clinton’s opposition to the act began after she was paid by the Russians. “We killed a Bloomberg story trying to link HRC’s [Hillary’s] opposition to the Magnitsky bill to a $500,000 speech that WJC [Bill] gave in Moscow,” wrote a Clinton staffer in a private email. Vladimir Putin strongly opposed the Magnitsky Act–a bipartisan bill passed by Congress in response to the murder of a Russian whistle blower, allegedly at the hands of the Russian government. The act targeted leading members of the Russian government and blocked their entry into the United States. The act also allowed our government to seize Russian assets held in America. Vladimir Putin was angered by the Magnitsky Act and responded by passing a law that blocked Americans from adopting Russian children. However, it appears that Putin also hired then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to oppose the legislation. Hillary Clinton started publicly opposing the act after Bill Clinton gave a short speech in Moscow for $500,000. The fee was paid for by a Russian investment bank with ties to the Kremlin. The Clintons were already working with the Russian government around the time the act was moving through Congress. Hillary Clinton was working to enable the Russian government to acquire Canadian mining company, Uranium One. The sale of the company needed to be approved by the Clinton State Department and the Obama administration since uranium is a strategic resource. The deal went through, and the Russian government obtained control of 20 percent of America’s uranium production capacity. Nine of the shareholders of Uranium One happened to donate a combined $145 million to the Clinton Foundation before the deal was approved by the Clinton State Department. Clearly, Clinton–not Trump–was in league with Russia.