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The Assassination of Haiti’s President Has Sparked More Online “Clinton Body Count” Rumours

When a squad of heavily armed men went into his residence and murdered Haitian President Jovenel Mose, he was assassinated.

He was elected in 2016, the same year Hillary Clinton lost her presidential campaign.

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And tales of how she and her Clinton Foundation destroyed the little country and sucked it dry financially after the terrible earthquake in 2010 slowed down much of her campaign.

The Clintons have a shaming reputation in Haiti after people and a former senator called out the Clintons and their foundation for profiting millions off the devastating disaster.

Take a look at this video from 2016:

President Mose was Haiti’s “Trump.” Because he was a businessman rather than a politician, he had an adversary list similar to Trump’s.

Moiise went so far as to compare himself to Trump.

In an interview with the Reuters news agency last week, Mose stated, “President Trump and I are entrepreneurs, and all an entrepreneur wants is results.” “As a result, I am hopeful that we will put everything in place to ensure that we deliver for our people.”

And now he’s no longer alive.

Given the Clintons’ shady historical involvement with Haiti, the assassination triggered a lot of online chatter about the “Clinton Body Count.”

Here are some of the comments on social media:

“Was he a ‘friend’ of HRC?………”

“Arkancide is rampant already this summer!!! SHEEEEESH!”

“We have a connection between the Clintons and the former Haitian President? Did not see that one coming”

“there’s a club of dead people who dared to expose the Clintons.” 

“He got clintoned”

“Whack’d by Hillary” 

“The president of Haiti didn’t kill himself…. (Hillary has no idea about any of this)” 

The “Clinton Body Count” is one of those urban legends that will never die…for good cause…

Source
www.ussanews.comwww.ukcolumn.orgwww.waynedupree.com

Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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