Journalist who broke damaging story about the Clintons found dead in apparent suicide

Jun 14th

Well I'm not quite sure what happened here:

Yup, just a guy who has dirt on the Clintons.. committing suicide.

Nothing at all to worry about.

It really doesn't matter that Christopher Sign, now deceased (by way of suicide), broke the story which eventually kinda lost Hillary Clinton the 2016 election.

Yes, the old 2016 Tarmac meeting between Bill Clinton and then-AG Loretta Lynch which had absolutely nothing to do with Hillary Clinton's email investigation.

That story was Christopher Sign's doing.

But I'm sure the death threats he received soon after his story dropped were just a funny joke being played on him by someone not affiliated with the Clintons at all. Nothing serious. Nothing to worry about.

'My family received significant death threats shortly after breaking this story,' he told Fox. 'Credit cards hacked. You know, my children, we have code words. We have secret code words that they know what to do.'

Oh, and look at this. Sign even wrote a book about the secret meeting which I'm now going to have to purchase in his memory.

So yeah, given the world we live in, people are going to say that this wasn't a coincidence and that the Clintons off'd this guy.

But those people are wrong.

How do I know?

It was as easy as heading over to Snopes, where they've already fact-checked the whole Clinton kill list (which is up to like 75 people now depending on where you look).

And it's all a big "fact check false" joke that we've all been falling for since the early 90s.

So there!

What, you thought I was trying to say that this most recent suicide was actually a person who had dirt on the Clintons who was murdered by the Clintons?

Shame on you!

It's just a coincidence!

And if you're interested, here's Sign on Fox and Friends back in early 2020:

Rest in peace, brotha.


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