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Does Donna Brazile Think The Deep State Murdered Seth Rich?

Edmund Kozak
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Edmund Kozak
Does Donna Brazile Think The Deep State Murdered Seth Rich?


Short answer? Possibly. The contents of Donna Brazile's new book, which have been steadily making their way into the press, seem to indicate that the thought that Seth Rich was murdered by Deep State actors connected to the Democratic Party certainly crossed her mind.

On Saturday, The Washington Post published  a story on yet another revelation of Brazile's: "Donna Brazile: I considered replacing Clinton with Biden as 2016 Democratic nominee," stated the headline. 

But while the news of Brazile's thoughts of replacing Clinton as the nominee is surely interesting, it pales in comparison to these intriguing tidbits buried deep in the article: 

Brazile describes her mounting anxiety about Russia’s theft of emails and other data from DNC servers, the slow process of discovering the full extent of the cyberattacks and the personal fallout. She likens the feeling to having rats in your basement: “You take measures to get rid of them, but knowing they are there, or have been there, means you never feel truly at peace.”

Brazile writes that she was haunted by the still-unsolved murder of DNC data staffer Seth Rich and feared for her own life, shutting the blinds to her office window so snipers could not see her and installing surveillance cameras at her home. She wonders whether Russians had placed a listening device in plants in the DNC executive suite.

At first, Brazile writes of the hacking, top Democratic officials were “encouraging us not to talk about it.”

Let that sink in. The mysterious death of Seth Rich — which the Deep State's mainstream media propagandists insisted was merely a robbery gone wrong — "haunted" Brazile so much that she feared for her own life. 

And if Brazile truly believed that the Russians were the ones who stole the DNC emails (an assertion for which there is still no evidence and one Wikileaks and Julian Assange still deny vehemently) why then would the random murder of Seth Rich worry here in the slightest? 

Furthermore, if top Democratic officials actually believed the Russians were trying to influence an election during the very course thereof, why on earth would they have encouraged Brazile and her colleagues not to talk about it? 

I don't have the answers to these questions. But one thing seems certain — we are only beginning to fully understand the rot at the heart of the Democratic Party .