Will the Murders Continue?

Opinion

Opinion written by George McClellan:

We hear little about the investigation into the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich on the mean streets of Wash. DC following a Wikileaks expose´ that revealed systemic cheating by the DNC against Bernie Sanders and, other juicy revelations. Will the murders continue? Yes they have!

Of all the media sources I connect with, only the Maine Republic has so far reported another similar homicide, in Miami, Fl.. The body of a young federal prosecutor, Brandon J. Whisenant Jr., investigating voter fraud allegations connected to Democrats, was found floating in the surf on a Miami beach last Wednesday. Like Seth Rich, he was not the victim of a mugging or robbery and, like Seth Rich, Whisenant was shot in the head. Where the murder occurred is so far unknown, but a bullet hole in his head eliminates the possibility of an accident.

Can it possibly be that democrats are actually the evil organization they appear to be? Do they have their own ‘Cheka’ (KMVD) hit squad like the early Bolsheviks in Soviet Russia did?  Was the Clinton machine involved? Serious questions indeed. Because Whisenant was a US Attorney and worked out of the Miami AG’s major crimes unit, expect the FBI to go all in to solve this crime. Remember too, that the DoJ is under new management and murderous attacks against police, investigators and guards, especially Federal ones, will not be ignored or covered over by corrupt top level political leadership.

The overlooked issue here is voter fraud, a felony, often causally committed by enthusiastic supporters of one cause or another, but of late, mostly covered with Democrat fingerprints.

Donald Trump complained openly about suspected voter fraud and how it would affect the Nov. election. I believe he went to bed on Election night fully believing Hillary Clinton would win because of the fraudulent shenanigan’s Democrats were noted for. It was one reason Trump refused the media’s entreaties to pledge his support to the ‘winner.” Even the media thought the fix was in and badgered Trump for an agreement. He didn’t rise to the bait.

One of Trump’s first acts as President, not widely reported, was the establishment of a voter fraud commission to investigate voter fraud cases. This would be a function of the DoJ now under AG Jeff Sessions.They have now actually started investigating such claims and already one Asst. US Attorney involved in a Florida voter fraud inquiry was found awash on a Florida beach, a bullet hole in his head. Draining the Swamp has its price.

The focus of the investigations will be on the process of registration in federal elections, misuse of absentee ballots and will endeavor to discover what laws and policies adversely affect American voter confidence in the integrity of the election process. Also, to identify and charge those officials who work to undermine the voting process to ensure outcomes.

Recently, Nevada’s Secretary of State, discovered three cases of non-citizens voting in last year’s election and at least twenty-one non-citizens registered at the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles. North Carolina State Board of Elections found at least forty-one non-citizens cast ballots in 2016, plus four hundred and forty-one, who were felons still in jail. Also, twenty-four voted more than once and two voted under names of deceased family members. Two women in Colorado are charged with casting absentee ballots in someone else’s name.

This inquiry is also revealing voter fraud in Kansas, Illinois, Wyoming and Texas. One wonders where and when will the next murder(s) occur? The Justice Department, under Jeff Sessions, will go all out in resolving these crimes. All fingers point to the Democrats.

Remember, freedom is the goal, the constitution is the way. Now, go get ’em! (01 Jun 17)

 

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