It is highly unlikely that the “random killer” who allegedly murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich would hunt down other members of the Democratic National Convention, after all what would be the point?
So it seemed just a little strange when former DNC head and Hillary Clinton debate question provider Donna Brazile wrote in her memoirs
“… that she was haunted by the still-unsolved murder of DNC data staffer Seth Rich and feared for her own life, shutting the blinds to her office window so snipers could not see her”
Why would the person(s) who murdered Seth Rich in what was at the time reported as a “mugging gone bad” (a mugging in which the money and electronics being carried by Rich remained undisturbed) decide to act as a sniper and take out Donna Brazile who for all intents and purposes posed absolutely no threat to anyone?
The fact that stalwarts of the Democratic party (such as Brazile and Warren) who have denied, denied and denied stories of corruption and malfeasance on their part during the 2016 election have now come forth and stated something to the effect of “Oh yeah, that thing we’ve said didn’t happen for the last year? Well, it kinda happened” has definitely muddied the waters and called all denials on the part of the left over the last year into question.
Remember when the left went absolutely bananas (no not making a CNN joke here) when Fox News show host Sean Hannity was reporting on the Rich murder and left wingers made a concerted effort to force him off the air (not exactly a new tactic by left wingers)?
Their reasoning (well, what passes for left wing reasoning anyway) argued that the Rich family had requested that Fox News desist in reporting on their son’s death. The George Soro’s funded left wing group Media Matters (who lead the liberal league in attempts to silence voices on the right by the use of such left wing staples as boycotts and bot attacks on sponsors) spearheaded the attacks on Hannity’s coverage as evidenced by their May 22nd story which stated
“While Hannity was pushing new, quickly debunked developments in the story, Rich’s devastated, long-suffering family was demanding Fox retract its reporting on the murder and firing off a cease-and-desist letter to the “private investigator” behind the new wave of stories. But Hannity shows no signs of stopping”
It should be noted that in Liberal speak “quickly debunked” means “we said it didn’t happen”.
Strange how groups like Media Matters feign concern for the feelings of families when it fits their narrative, while at the same time they have consistently attacked anyone even moderately successful who opposed their agenda regardless of the fact that these people (Hannity, O’Reilley, Bolling, Carlson, etc) have families also.
A small tidbit of information that should remove all doubt as to the double standard that Media Matters embraces would be that oddly enough, despite tweets and stories deriding Fox New’s coverage of Democratic bundler Harvey Weinstein’s sexual harassment scandal, Media Matters showed very little interest in attacking the man (Weinstein) himself.
In any event, it is not the intention of this article to use the death of Seth Rich as (in the words of his parents) a “political football in predetermined partisan narratives.” but Brazile not only discussed the fact that Rich’s death haunted her, she went as far as to include Rich in her dedication of her book “Hacks” which reads
“In loving memory of my father, Lionel Brazile Sr.; my beloved sister, Sheila Brazile; my fearless uncles Nat, Floyd, and Douglas; Harlem’s finest, my aunt Lucille; my friend and mentor, David Kaufmann; my DNC colleague and patriot, Seth Rich; and my beloved Pomeranian, Chip Joshua Marvin Brazile (Booty Wipes). I miss y’all.”
Neither is this article intended to advance any conspiracy theories, but rather to ask questions that need to be asked. Perhaps if the Democratic party didn’t make lying to the American people for an extended amount of time (such as with the case of primary rigging) they would find themselves far less exposed to conspiracy theories and the ongoing questioning of their ever changing narrative.