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On June 5, 2017, Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates cut ties with fellow Middle East state, Qatar, over its continued relations with Iran and support of terror groups. On the surface, and the way it was taken by many in the US, it would seem that President Trump’s visit and speech in Saudi Arabia might have been taken to heart by many of the Arab states, and that they are finally beginning to police their own. However, not all is as it seems, and one must look deeper to get to the truth of the situation. I must point out, though, that upon hearing the news, there was a strange lingering in my mind that somehow this was important and that there was a past story that somehow related…

On October 16, 2016, a story surfaced across some alternative news outlets that supposedly the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service reported to the Ministry of Finance that the Clinton Foundation had transferred $1.8 billion to the Qatar Central Bank (simply search it out on your favorite search engine – there were many reposts of the information). Supposedly, this transfer was registered by the International Bank of Settlements and was facilitated by JP Morgan Chase. This story caused some speculation within the alternative news circles, as it also appeared with news that a palace in Qatar was being prepared for a possible long-term visitor, but it was soon overshadowed by the October 28 announcement by James Comey that the FBI was reopening its investigation in the Clinton email investigation.

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