Friday, August 12, 2016

Four With Ties to DNC ... Murdered

Easy.  The Clintons and Associates

Clinton Body Count or Left-Wing Conspiracy? Three Four With Ties to DNC Mysteriously Die

Friends of Shawn Lucas, the attorney who was found unconscious on his bathroom floor after serving the DNC with a lawsuit, are reportedly “freaked out” by the strange circumstances surrounding his death.

Lucas appeared in a video in which he served papers relating to a lawsuit against the DNC alleging that then DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz “rigged the primary for Hillary Clinton”.

The lawsuit, filed in June 28, alleged “that Wasserman Schultz and the DNC were fraudulent, negligent and misrepresented their true motivations in the Democratic presidential primary,” according to UPI.

Lucas was found unconscious in his bathroom by his girlfriend, Savannah King on August 2 and authorities have refused to say how he died. [FULL]

Ought give us all an increased  reason to pause over just how important it is to the Clinton Left that outsider Trump is  ... erm defeated.


Helly said...

Honestly, I can't get worked up about Dem-on-Dem violence. They slay hundreds of each other every week. God will sort them out.

Saw this headline and I have a question:

MUSLIMS Threaten California Church with “Allahu Akbars” During Sunday Mass

Is shouting "allahu akbar" in a church the same threat to public safety as shouting "fire" in a theater?

Anonymous said...

This reminds me of when I first saw "Clinton Cash" the scale of corruption was just too much to believe, but then slowly, drip by drip I came to believe the Clintons have been selling out our country for a paltry few million dollars. People like their news in small bites, when the news is too big it is ignored until it can't be ignored anymore. As an aside, the Clintons think small, sell out too cheap and murder small time. Unless of course they are responsible for Scalia..

Stu Tarlowe said...

I'm not any kind of a sports fan. But I think that yelling "Allahu Akbar" in a church ought to elicit at least the same reaction you'd get to yelling "Go Chiefs [or any other football team]!" while surrounded by Oakland Raiders fans.

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