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            Tuesday, August 09, 2016




Since the Democratic National Committee emails were leaked a few weeks ago, three people associated with the DNC have all been found dead under what could be questionable circumstances. Some — including Bernie Sanders supporters  — suspect the Clintons were behind the deaths, just more episodes in the alleged “Clinton body count” dating back to the 1990s. Others dismiss the speculation as left-wing conspiracy nuts. But until the police have completed their investigations and the medical examiners have released autopsy reports, it is premature to make any determinations. [Full]


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"The MSM Rule of Inverse Electoral Correlation:
The closer the presidential race gets, the louder the MSM declares that it’s over. And all this comes even as Clinton has had a terrible week—arguably her worst week ever, as the billowing smoke of financial scandal clouds herself and her family."

There may be a clue somewhere: "WikiLeaks offers $20,000 for information on former DNC staffer's murder." That might mean there was a connection between Wikileaks and former DNC staffer Seth Rich, and the DNC discovered that Rich was the source.
Well, well, well. That didn't take long. This from Gateway Pundit:
WOW! BREAKING=> Julian Assange Suggests Seth Rich – Who Was MURDERED in DC – Was Wikileaks DNC Source!


Murder is the MO of the Democrat Party, and has been since they formed the KKK as their terrorist arm.
Whether Seth Rich was a WikiLeaks source or not, Julian Assange is now playing the "I have sources everywhere" card. And, insofar as that may strike fear into the hearts of corrupt politicians, that's not a bad thing.
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