President Trump has demanded to be given all the available evidence about the suspicious death of DNC employee Seth Rich and is determined to get to the bottom of the unsolved murder.
President Donald J. Trump loves tackling the establishment’s dirtiest secrets head-on. He spent much of Barack Obama’s eight years in office suggesting that the president had been born outside the United States. That claim, with its obvious truthful overtones, raised Trump’s profile with the patriotic wing of the Republican Party, giving him the necessary credibility to launch a presidential campaign in 2015.
During the Republican presidential primary, he suggested that the father of Senator Ted R. Cruz, the Republican from Texas, was involved in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Later yet, after his Republican foes had been vanquished, he dropped a truth bomb when he charged that Hillary Clinton, “meets in secret with international banks to plot the destruction of U.S. sovereignty in order to enrich these global financial powers, her special interest friends and her donors.”
When Wikileaks released the Podesta campaign emails, Hillary Clinton could no longer lie her way out of trouble. The whole country found out that Trump was right – Hillary was the Wall Street candidate, secretly colluding with banking elites to enrich her family at the expense of almost everyone else.
Trump’s statement suggested an affinity for devastating truth bombs that would be difficult for a 71-year-old to temper, even if his newfound political power may have called for a more restrained approach to getting the truth out there, by hook or by crook. Trump has carried the truther mind-set into the Oval Office, tweeting about illegal Obama wiretaps of Trump Tower and worrying about Deep State coups against his administration.
It comes as no surprise, then, that the president might be interested in the case of Seth Rich, which has animated the truther movement with its dark hints of global conspiracy.
Rich was a 27-year-old employee of the Democratic National Committee who was killed as he walked home from a bar early in Washington, D.C., on the morning of July 10, 2016.
Twelve days later, when WikiLeaks published those Podesta campaign emails, nobody could deny anymore that Clinton was a ruthless political savant, operating on the very edge of the law – on a good day. On a bad day? Ask Seth Rich’s parents.
There were clearly nefarious forces at work. Seth Rich was shot twice, but his belongings, including an expensive watch, cell phone and necklace, as well as $2000 in cash, were not taken. Despite the streets of D.C. being patrolled 24/7 by surveillance cameras, not a single suspect was identified by law enforcement.
Julian Assange never divulges the identify of whistleblowers that submit material to WikiLeaks, but he hinted strongly that the deceased Rich was behind the DNC leak.
There is a mountain of circumstantial evidence to support this claim, and the news that President Trump has decided to get to the bottom of the mystery is welcome news to believers in truth and justice everywhere.
There is absolutely zero evidence that Russian hackers stole Clinton’s emails because they sought to have Trump elected. While mainstream media continues pushing Hillary Clinton’s sore loser conspiracy theory, the entire nation is suffering under the burden of lies and misdirection.
It’s time to move on. Seth Rich’s involvement in the DNC scandal proves Trump had no collusion with Russia. Even more disturbingly, this narrative suggests that Rich was murdered by Democratic operatives wanting to punish him for his anti-Clinton act of sabotage.
There are murderers on the loose and they need to be locked up where they belong, not participating in federal politics.
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