ANOTHER!!! Anti-Hillary Author Found Dead At 54… This Is What He Knew!!

54-year-old American Free Press writer Victor Thorn was found dead. Thorn was a prominent anti-Hillary Clinton writer and critic. The police investigation has yielded evidence that he died as a result of a gunshot wound that was self-inflicted. Meaning, he committed suicide, allegedly.

He authored more than twenty different books and was predominantly known for his trilogy, “three definitive works that delved into the history of the power couple including their sordid scandals, Bill Clinton’s sexual assaults of multiple women, and the drug running out of Mena, Arkansas while Clinton was governor of the state.”

The Clintons certainly had a reason to dislike and silence him before he spoke more.

The victim’s brother can be heard speaking here,

If Bill Clinton was willing to lie on the stand about having sexual relations with Monica Lewinsky and perjured himself, and Hillary Clinton was willing to lie to the mother of a dead Benghazi attack victim then what’s to stop them from doing something heinous like this?

It was just awhile ago when a Democratic National Committee staffer was found dead with his wallet and belongings still on him, indicating it was a paid hit. It was one of the men who served the DNC with a subpoena. Showing that when the establishment and Clintons, which are synonymous, feel threatened they just get rid of you.

Eliminating those in their way is what they do. This situation is absolutely no different and should be treated as such. However, if the past is any indication of the future, Hillary and Bill Clinton will not be held responsible for their actions. They never are. Which is the sad and disappointing state of affairs in the American political arena right now.

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