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Wednesday, May 17, 2017


If a conspiracy theory supports the prevailing left-wing narrative, the trained hamsters in the main stream media will pursue with a vengeance. They've enabled the "Russian collusion" meme for many months, even though it was created by Democrats and has absolutely no evidence to support it. Try as they might, not a single major media organization has been able to break a bombshell story substantiating it. Because ... it's B.S.

Since conspiracies seem to be the rule of the day, let's think back about a year. Wikileaks released DNC emails that were extremely embarrassing to the Democrats. The emails indicated that the fix was in, and the DNC was not playing fair with Bernie Sanders. The leaks were attributed to "the Russians," a claim that was denied by Wikileaks. This was the beginning of the current "Russian collusion" meme—a false narrative that has been pushed 24-7 for almost a year.

At about the same time, a young DNC staffer, Seth Rich, was murdered in what DC police claim was a botched robbery. Maybe ... but nothing was stolen. Deborah Heine reports:
A private investigator is now claiming that police sources have told him that there is evidence on Rich's laptop that shows he was emailing WikiLeaks prior to his death. The sources also say that they were told to "stand down" on investigating the crime.
Marina Marraco provides details:
Rod Wheeler, a private investigator hired by the Rich family, suggests there is tangible evidence on Rich's laptop that confirms he was communicating with WikiLeaks prior to his death.

Now, questions have been raised on why D.C. police, the lead agency on this murder investigation for the past ten months, have insisted this was a robbery gone bad when there appears to be no evidence to suggest that.

Wheeler, a former D.C. police homicide detective, is running a parallel investigation into Rich’s murder. He said he believes there is a cover-up and the police department has been told to back down from the investigation.

"The police department nor the FBI have been forthcoming,” said Wheeler. “They haven't been cooperating at all. I believe that the answer to solving his death lies on that computer, which I believe is either at the police department or either at the FBI. I have been told both.”

When we asked Wheeler if his sources have told him there is information that links Rich to Wikileaks, he said, “Absolutely. Yeah. That's confirmed."
And yesterday, reporting by FoxNews provides an actual bombshell:
The federal investigator, who requested anonymity, said 44,053 emails and 17,761 attachments between Democratic National Committee leaders, spanning from January 2015 through late May 2016, were transferred from Rich to [Gavin] MacFadyen [a now-deceased American investigative reporter, documentary filmmaker, and director of WikiLeaks who was living in London at the time] before May 21.

On July 22, just 12 days after Rich was killed, WikiLeaks published internal DNC emails that appeared to show top party officials conspired to stop Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont from becoming the party’s presidential nominee. That controversy resulted in Debbie Wasserman Schultz resigning as DNC chairperson. A number of Sanders supporters refused to back party nominee Hillary Clinton, and some subsequently formed groups to work against Clinton and the party.
Interesting that the trained hamsters in the mainstream media have so little interest in this. After all, there has been a murder (fact) of a DNC staffer (fact); in Washington, DC (fact); there was a hack of the DNC (fact); the murdered DNC staffer did have a laptop computer (fact); the DC police did investigate (fact), yet no public discussion of its contents or who he communicated those contents to (fact). Now there's a leak (you know, the thing that the mainstream media truly does love when they're directed at the sitting president) providing actual email counts and destination, all implying that the murdered DNC staffer was behind the DNC "hack." You'd think WaPo would assign 10 reporters to ferret out the truth. That the alphabet networks would be all over this. That CNN and MSNBC would be outraged that there may be a coverup of the murder of a young innocent Democrat. Of course, if the Fox Report is accurate, the Russian collusion meme takes a hit ... so eyes are quickly averted.

And where's Senate minority leader, Chuck Schumer? You know, the guy who keeps calling for a "special counsel" to "get to the bottom of Russian collusion. My goodness, you'd think a special counsel would be absolutely de rigour to "get to the bottom of this" cover-up of the DNC hack. His own party was violated, but Chuck doesn't seem to care.

Nah ... nothing to see here, move along. After all, evidence and fact-free conspiracy theories that make the GOP look bad are BIG news. But fact-based scandals and cover-ups that have the potential to make Democrats look bad are—invisible.