During the 2016 bitter presidential campaigns, a ton of private information from the Clinton campaign, mostly emails, were leaked to WikiLeaks. All evidence, including statements from WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, point to DNC staffer Seth Rich. Since conspiracy theorists point to a trail of bodies left behind by the Clintons for years, many believed that Rich was murdered for leaking the information. However, the DNC and liberal media claimed his death was nothing more than a botched robbery, but a new investigation disputes that.
While much of America has been calling for a non-partisan investigation into the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich, the mainstream media has been busy attempting to smother any and all questioning of the official story.
Seth Rich was a promising, young member of the DNC staff during the 2016 presidential election in which the democrats were attempting to force a Hillary Clinton nomination to occur. The backdoor deals and immoral collusion within the ranks of the organization were apparent to many in the democratic voter rolls, who clearly could tell that Clinton rival Bernie Sanders was far more popular among the average citizenry than the long-crooked and incorrigible Clinton. Only through a later-discovered conspiracy involving the highest ranking DNC members at the time did we realize just how corrupt Clinton’s plans truly were.
During this time of great disappointment among the democratic faithful, a treasure trove of information was leaked to Julian Assange and the Wikileaks organization from within the DNC. The information, which was relayed in the form of emails from Clinton campaign manager John Podesta’s account, detailed a longstanding agreement between the DNC and the campaign on how exactly to snuff out the threat that Bernie Sanders posed…among other crooked schemes…
The question now is whether or not DC law enforcement officials, controlled by liberal Democrats, will admit that the death of Seth Rich was murder and not a botched robbery? Will the death every be tied to the Clinton campaign or DNC? We may never know, but the new investigative report strongly suggests that’s the direction officials should be looking to find out.