Call it conspiracy theory, coincidence or just bad luck, but any time someone is in a position to bring down Hillary Clinton they wind up dead. In fact, as we noted previously, there’s a long history of Clinton-related body counts, with scores of people dying under mysterious circumstances. While Vince Foster remains the most infamous, the body count is starting to build ominously this election cycle – from the mysterious “crushing his own throat” death of a UN official to the latest death of an attorney who served the DNC with a fraud suit.
As GatewayPundit’s Jim Hoft reports,on July 3, 2016, Shawn Lucas and filmmaker Ricardo Villaba served the DNC Services Corp. and Chairperson Debbie Wasserman Schultz at DNC’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., in the fraud class action suit against the Democrat Party on behalf of Bernie Sanders supporters (this was before Wikileaks released documents proving the DNC was working against the Sanders campaign during the 2016 primary).
Shawn Lucas was thrilled about serving the papers to the DNC before Independence Day…
Former US Iranian Hostage Saeed Abidini told FOX Business Network today the Iranian regime WOULD NOT let his plane leave Tehran until the ransom plane arrived.
They waited on the tarmac for hours.
Saeed Abidini: I just remember the night at the airport sitting for hours and hours there and I asked police— why you not letting us go — And he told me we are waiting for another plane and if that plane take off we gonna let you go.
Trish Regan: You slept there at the airport?
Abidini: Yes, for a night. They told us you going to be there for 20 minutes but it took hours and hours. And I ask them why you don’t let us go, because the — was there, pilot was there, everyone was there to leave the country. And he said we are waiting for another plane so if that plane doesn’t come we never let us go.
For example, Confederate T-shirts are now punishable harassment as is other political speech according to the EEOC.
A formal complaint by an African American was filed in 2013 against a coworker for wearing a cap with the insignia of the Gadsden Flag which pictures a coiled snake and contains the phrase, “Don’t Tread on Me.” The complainant found it racially offensive because he determined Christopher Gadsden was a “slave trader and owner of slaves.”
We are talking about the 1700s here.
The complaint was dismissed in 2014 because the complainant failed to state a claim but it’s been resurrected and it’s being investigated now.
The complainant alleged that the Gadsden Flag, the first Navy Jack, is a “historical indicator of white resentment against blacks stemming largely from the Tea Party.” He added that the Vice President of the International Association of Black Professional Firefighters cited the Gadsden Flag as the equivalent of the Confederate Battle Flag.