Not a week goes by without Tomi Lahren, the 24 year old outspoken news personality, setting tongues a-wag with her controversial, spirited comments.
This weekend, the “Blaze” host and South Dakota native made quite a buzz by giving credence to conspiracy theories swirling around the unsolved murder of 27-year old DNC staffer Seth Rich in July.
In an interview on the Daily Caller’s Jamie Weinstein Show, Lahren didn’t pull her punches against the Clintons, suggesting that Hillary and Bill could have be behind the deaths of half a dozen political opponents — and government officials linked to them — who died under questionable circumstances over the years.
Previously mentioned in a post from August, “Outrage at Julian Assange for implicating murdered DNC staffer in email leak; rumors of the long Clinton kill list“, there are old rumors that persistently surface, so dark they get no headlines but “everyone knows” about them:
Rich’s death – along with four other deaths in recent weeks – have reignited old rumors that Hillary Clinton and her husband will stop at nothing when they want to silence someone who could stand in the way of their political ambition.
On the face of it, such speculation seems ludicrous, but that doesn’t stop the talk. And after decades in the national spotlight Bill and Hillary have amassed enough enemies who are more than happy to point to the number of Clinton associates who have died before their time.
‘I’m not saying the Clintons kill people. I’m saying a lot of people around the Clintons turn up dead,’ Larry Nichols, who worked with the former First Family before turning against them told Daily Mail Online. …
Websites with names such as Whatreallyhappened.com, Clintonmemoriallibrary.com and Govtslaves.info obsessively list the deaths going back decades, desperately trying to pin them on Bill or Hillary. Most put the total at around 50. Others list nearly 80. Some go even higher.
They document people who have supposedly killed themselves or been murdered. Many have died in plane crashes. Other deaths have been put down to natural causes.
Plausible deniability runs rife. Or maybe it’s just untrue and the deaths are mere coincidence.