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Author: Subject: 3rd DNC voter fraud whistleblower found dead

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  posted on 8/12/2016 at 06:26 AM
What do you suppose he was going to discuss at that "pre- trial meeting"? Cutting a deal to testify a billionaire foreign national who had been illegally finding the Dem party for decades, stayed at the Clinton White House 6 times and laundered Democrat campaign contributions through an Arkansas restaurant? Or was it just a meet & greet with prosecutors?

I get some people still believe in the two party system and are loyal to their team and I get in court there are rules of evidence and a burden of proof which is as it should be but you also need to use some common sense and form your own opinion. That is allowed. It is also what helps detectives investigate crimes.

I'm this case you have a political party (and yes the other one is just as rotten Dem fans) that obviously rigged their primaries - a process that looks like it began all the way back when they named Tim Kaine as DNC chair - a Clinton Foundation that is a "completely legal operation" yet just happens to have accepted gigantic amounts of money from parties that just happened to have received favorable treatment from Hillary's state department, likewise the "speaking fees" the Clintons have accepted aaaaand the war criminal wars, my bad, "humanitarian interventions", drone strikes policies along with Hillary's sociopathic disregard for human life "we came, we saw, he died hahaha!" ..,

... Take that with Julian Assange basically admitting Rich was his source and the potential fallout from Ash fingering Senh at during a presidential election where even CNN will begrudgingly admit the DNC "influenced" the primaries. ...

...and while we're at it lets not forget Bill's admin selling top secret military tech to the, you guessed it. Chinese...

.... And yes, Vince Foster, and I think there is plenty of reason to be suspicious. It astounds me that people would not be.

It doesn't help - really - that the media does not investigate this more. I saw one article that condescendingly had the headline "social media blows up with conspiracy theories about DNC members' murder" As if there was adequate coverage anywhere else.

Yes, it IS entirely possible that these three deaths were all an incredible coincidence. I'll never know for sure because there is never going to be a serious investigation, just as there wasn't for Paul Wellstone, Vince Foster or JFK for that matter to pick a few. However when I look at not just the Clintons and the DNC but our entire system of govt - which Jimmy Carter has stated "is no longer a democracy" - I find it entirely possible and given the circumstances likely that these guys were murdered. Probably because, among other things, Hillary could still lose this thing.

If you think "there's nothing to see here" that's fine and good luck to you. Just do me a favor and ask yourself why it is that the derogatory use of the term "conspiracy theory" is almost alway only used when people are talking about wrong doing by people in US govt.


 

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  posted on 8/12/2016 at 08:29 AM
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I get some people still believe in the two party system and are loyal to their team...

That would be you?
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...and I get in court there are rules of evidence and a burden of proof which is as it should be...

That would be me.
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...but you also need to use some common sense and form your own opinion. That is allowed. It is also what helps detectives investigate crimes.

Sorry, I didn't realize you were investigating a crime. Besides, I thought detectives followed evidence wherever it takes them and avoid prematurely jumping to a conclusion.

 

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  posted on 8/12/2016 at 10:08 AM
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I get some people still believe in the two party system and are loyal to their team...

That would be you?
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...and I get in court there are rules of evidence and a burden of proof which is as it should be...

That would be me.
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...but you also need to use some common sense and form your own opinion. That is allowed. It is also what helps detectives investigate crimes.

Sorry, I didn't realize you were investigating a crime. Besides, I thought detectives followed evidence wherever it takes them and avoid prematurely jumping to a conclusion.


1. No:
" yes the other one is just as rotten Dem fans"

2. Really? Are you on the Ashe's defense team or with the prosecution?

3. Uh, yes, I am indeed trying to make an judgement about a crime based on the info I have.

If you really trust Hillary, Trump and/or the two party charade and think our govt is some altruistic institution that is immune from corruption and human nature that only and always acts in the very best interests of its citizens, good luck to you.

 

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  posted on 8/12/2016 at 10:11 AM
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If you really trust Hillary, Trump and/or the two party charade and think our govt is some altruistic institution that is immune from corruption and human nature that only and always acts in the very best interests of its citizens, good luck to you.

My comments have nothing to do with Hillary, Trump, or politics. They have to do with the question of whether or not a crime has been committed. So far the evidence says "probably not". The only one bringing politics into the equation is you.

 

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  posted on 8/12/2016 at 11:19 AM
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If you really trust Hillary, Trump and/or the two party charade and think our govt is some altruistic institution that is immune from corruption and human nature that only and always acts in the very best interests of its citizens, good luck to you.

My comments have nothing to do with Hillary, Trump, or politics. They have to do with the question of whether or not a crime has been committed. So far the evidence says "probably not". The only one bringing politics into the equation is you.



You have a greater faith in coincidences then I do, so I see "probably should be investigated" (which of course it won't be)

We clearly disagree about several things, let's just leave it at that.

 

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  posted on 8/12/2016 at 11:20 AM

Yes the two party system breeds corruption. Yes both parties are fully capable of black ops. Still gotta prove it in a court of law. When the facts never come in, nothing you can do except get all riled up. Be happy you have a functioning radar and your own powers of discernment. You took the red pill, deal with it.

 

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  posted on 8/12/2016 at 07:22 PM
All the apologists are trying to pin this leak on the Russians. When Sony was hacked FBI investigated and found enough evidence N.Korea was involved and Obama sanctioned them. Obama is not sanctioning Russia so either the Russias left no evidence or the DNC, Hillary, and current administration are,lying about it.

 

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