Another one in the endless strike of unpleasant coincidences…
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Are we having Deja Vu?
According to the story published by the Daily Mail,
“Christopher Sign, 45, was found dead in his home in Hoover, just outside Birmingham, on Saturday.
Police are investigating the father of three’s death as a suicide but have not released any further information.
Sign was the first to report on President Clinton’s meeting with Lynch back in 2016 on her private jet at Phoenix airport amid the ongoing investigation into whether Hillary Clinton‘s use of a private email server while Secretary of State was illegal.
Days after the meeting, the FBI chose not to bring criminal charges against Hillary.
Sign revealed in an interview with Fox News back in February last year that he and his family received death threats and his credit cards were hacked in the aftermath.”
Christopher Sign, Birmingham TV anchor and former Alabama football player, dead in apparent suicide
Just the reporter who broke the Bill Clinton/Loretta Lynch secret tarmac meeting.
Nothing to see here. I’m sure it’s just a coincidence. https://t.co/nSLQRRXNyi
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) June 13, 2021
Here’s another old suspicion story, that was released right after the fiery journalist started becoming really suspicious about the “Surveillance State”.
“Weeks after the fiery death of investigative journalist Michael Hastings (shown), who was probing abuses by the CIA and NSA and had recently informed others that he was being investigated by federal authorities, suspicions about his mysterious car crash are still swirling around the Internet. While police officially ruled the death an “accident,” serious questions are still surfacing — even in the establishment media and among prominent officials. Based on e-mails Hastings sent out shortly before he died about working on a “big story” and needing to go “off the radar,” it has become clear that he was worried, too.
Hastings, who wrote for Rolling Stone, BuzzFeed, Gawker, and other publications, was probably best known for his award-winning 2010 article “The Runaway General.” The piece helped bring down U.S. Gen. Stanley McChrystal, commander of American and NATO forces in Afghanistan. Despite his establishment credentials and what analysts called his “Democrat-friendly” reporting, Hastings had become extremely alarmed about the “surveillance state” and other troubling developments in recent months. His last published story: “Why Democrats Love To Spy On Americans.”
Less than 24 hours before his death, Hastings made it crystal clear that he was concerned about his own well-being. In an e-mail sent to numerous contacts and his employer, for example, Hastings noted: “The Feds are interviewing my ‘close friends and associates.’” He also said that if authorities show up, it “may be wise to immediately request legal counsel before any conversations or interviews about our news-gathering practices or related journalism issues.” The subject line read: “FBI investigation re: NSA.” Perhaps most alarming of all, the e-mail concluded with this: “Also: I’m onto a big story, and need to go off the radar for a bit.”
— New Granada (@NewGranada1979) June 13, 2021
One, two, three, what do you believe in?