Thursday, 18 May 2017

Did Wash Post Publish Dubious Russia Story to Distract From Seth Rich Bombshell?

The Washington Post published its dubious story on President Trump leaking classified information to the Russians less than an hour after the bombshell news broke that murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich was in contact with Wikileaks and that DC Police were ordered to cover it up.
The coincidental timing has led many Trump supporters to accuse the Post of publishing their story in an attempt to distract the rest of the media from focusing on the massive new revelations in the Seth Rich case.
Report: Slain DNC staffer was in contact with WikiLeaks (Fox News)

The Washington Post story was published around 57 minutes after the Seth Rich story broke.

Rich was murdered in an upscale area of Washington DC on June 8 last year but the killer or killers did not steal anything from the victim, rendering the police’s explanation that the incident was a robbery gone wrong doubtful.
Infowars reported on the questions surrounding Seth Rich’s murder multiple times back in August last year, including how there was around an hour and a half of “unaccounted for” time between Rich leaving a bar and being killed.
Brad Bauman, a crisis communications manager for the Democratic Party, was hired by RIch’s family to act as their spokesman.

 Bauman’s first action was to insist that people stop questioning the unsolved circumstances behind Rich’s murder.
Speculation later raged as to whether Rich was trying to get in contact with the FBI to speak to agents about an “ongoing court case” involving the Clintons.
During a subsequent television interview in August, Wikileaks Julian Assange appeared to confirm that Rich was the source for the DNC leak, dismantling the claim that Russia was responsible for the leak.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, May 18th, 2017.]

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