Hillary, beset by rumors about her health and ethics, is becoming more aggressive with her critics. She is hiring groups to fight back in chat rooms and on websites against criticism, (here).
Additionally, she is moving ahead with her campaign as she prefers – and apparently without fear of what her opponents will think – taking a jet for only 20 miles to attend a Rothschild fundraiser in Nantucket at $100,000 a plate, (here).
She will be making few formal appearances or speeches during the rest of August, even though her campaign reportedly sent out a panicked fund-raising memo to supporters.
Most recently, it has been reported that FBI notes related to the death of Bill Clinton special council Vince Foster are missing (here). A researcher who saw the notes previously has revealed that they are not in the files lodged at with Congressional records.
The notes that are missing are not the only missing information pertaining to the death of Foster. Information on a Bill Clinton hard-drive has been missing for years.
The missing FBI information involved a report on how Hillary Clinton berated Foster in front of many others as a result of the Whitewater fraud case and various political situations.
Kenneth Starr investigated Whitewater as a special council and was vilified in the media for his role. However, it turns out that in some ways Starr was not at all aggressive.
He didn’t even mention Hillary’s angry, public outburst against Foster because he thought, apparently, it might be perceived as disrespectful to her.
A few days later Foster after the outburst, Foster supposedly killed himself. We use the word “supposedly” because even after decades, controversy swirls around the death.
Two investigators – Robert Fiske and Kenneth Starr – separately concluded that Foster shot himself and died, due to suicide. But over time, major questions have been raised about what may have really killed him.
Now, recently discovered evidence … in files of the National Archives and Records Administration shows Starr’s lead prosecutor Miguel Rodriguez submitted a 2-page resignation letter and a 31 page memo about the injuries Foster sustained.
Rodriguez notes in the letter details about injuries around Foster’s neck which were not reported in official government documents. At the time, the FBi claimed that Foster’s neck injury photos were underexposed, and therefore useless to them.
Rodriguez claims that after he produced additional damning evidence of a possible Foster murder coverup, he became a target and was investigated internally!
The main additional evidence Rodriguez refers to has to do with a second bullet hole in Foster’s neck. This would certainly contradict conclusions that Foster committed suicide.
Foster’s death is not by any means the only controversial one surrounding the Clinton’s. Years ago Clinton “death lists” were popular on the Internet. But now again, murder accusations swirl around the campaign and the couple.
These accusations are based on the deaths of individuals who are said to be close to the Clintons of involved with them via business or political dealings.
- Victor Thorn, Julian Assange’s lawyer was recently hit by a train His death was ruled a suicide.
- John Ashe died when his throat was crushed in a weight-lifting accident. Supposedly, he was scheduled to testify against Hillary regarding corruption charges.
- Staffer Seth Conrad Rich was shot and killed. Some say he was preparing to go to the FBI with inside knowledge about Hillary’s criminal activities. Others believe he leaked DNC emails to WikiLeaks
- Shawn Lucas who delivered a lawsuit to the DNC is dead as well. His body was discovered in his bathroom and there seems to be some question about how he was killed.
There is of course no definitive evidence that Hillary was involved in any violence against these individuals. Snopes, for instance, has issued numerous debunkings, here. But the deaths and the reports surrounding them further emphasize the suspicions that Hillary opponents harbor about her.
Conclusion: Hillary’s recent actions seems calculated to reinforce those suspicions. The idea is that perhaps she wants her opponents to think the worst of her. We commented on that here. Such an approach is obviously intimidating. It would also indicate that she is fairly confident about winning the election. The possibility that voting machines in certain areas are “rigged” may reinforce this confidence, (here).