Don't Allow Bombshell Seth Rich Evidence To Be Muzzled

It isn't uncommon for United States citizens to wind up at the foul end of the deep state's ire. As is revealed by buried evidence spun out of the narrative by the Mockingbird Media. For example, the sunken details related to the JFK Assassination and Dulles Brothers Incorporated, Andrew Breitbart's untimely red flag death, Michael Hastings unusual car explosion, or genius patriot Aaron Swartz, whether he was driven to suicide or not. 

Now more details surrounding the body count connected to the DNC’s muzzling of Wikileaks have begun to find solid ground and it could open an investigation involving the DC Mayor’s office, The DC Police Department, and rocket its way into the chain of command at the DNC as to why a DNC staffer who reportedly sent 40,000 emails to wikileaks director and BBC DNC History Documentarian Gavin MacFayden was murdered on July 10, 2016. 

World Net Daily reported "The slain man’s parents, Mary and Joel Rich of Omaha, Nebraska, said in an August 2016 interview with the Daily Mail that their son had been asked to join Hillary Clinton’s campaign four days before he was murdered.

“He had just found out they wanted him and he was probably going to be moving up to Brooklyn through the election. He was really excited about that,” said Joel Rich.

Most Americans will be forced to devote their news diet to the ongoing propagandized Washington Post leaking and fumbling of the Trump and Russia investigation. But if you want something truly akin to Watergate, The 911 Commission Investigation, or The Warren Commission Investigation. Let your representatives know that you want further exploration into the fine points surrounding the untimely deaths of Shawn Lucas, John Ashe and Seth Rich.


Richard Gage, AIA | Resolution 17-5 | 2017 AIA Business Meeting

Richard Gage, AIA, gives closing remarks in support of Resolution 17-5 at the 2017 AIA Business Meeting. Resolution 17-5, which was sponsored by 70 members of the AIA, called upon the AIA to support a new WTC 7 investigation. It garnered just 4% of the vote, despite the fact that nearly half of the AIA members surveyed by AE911Truth after the vote agreed it was likely - if not completely evident - that WTC 7 was brought down in a controlled demolition.

For more information, visit http://AE911Truth.org.


Skull and Bones Member Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin


Does the fact that Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin was a member of Skull and Bones make him a bad man? Maybe, but not necessarily. Does the fact that he was the executive producer of one of favorite films Suicide Squad make him an awesome man? Maybe, but not necessarily.

Skull and Bones has changed for the better in at least some ways in recent years as evinced by the fact that whereas "The Bonesman of Yale" used to share "not just the symbolism of the Skull and Bones with the SS Nazi elite, but practiced many of the same exact initiation rituals," they now, as reported in The Atlantic, are "Not Just for White Dudes Anymore." The Article notes:
Whatever else is secret about Yale's famed -- or notorious -- society, the reach of its network is not. Presidents William Howard Taft, George H.W. Bush, and George W. Bush were all members. So were Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart, Time magazine founder Henry Luce, and an assortment of CIA officials, Fortune 500 CEOs, and politicians who, like [John] Kerry, have had the president's proverbial ear. For generations, the organization's alumni corps has granted a coterie of white, privileged, predominately heterosexual men easier entry into the upper echelons of American society.

But that was then. More recently, the organization has become the antithesis of what it was when Kerry joined in 1966: Racist, sexist and elitist practices have been jettisoned in a rush towards more egalitarian standards. Yale's famous old boys' club has become a mélange of minorities, genders, and sexual identities that's less dynastic and more dynamic than ever.
Hopefully the globalist "ends justify the means" philosophy that started the organization is falling by the wayside too, but if not hopefully Mnuchin was just using the group for his own advancement, as many claim is the main goal of the group. Either that, or another hope if the organization has not fundamentally changed, is that Mnuchin is rebelling against their ways. He was an early Trump supporter and 15 year long friend according to him.

If we are to judge him by his fruits so far, the tax cuts are looking good. He did face criticism for aggressive foreclosures in his banking career, but he isn't an individual riddled with scandals. His movie producing career put out many good apples too.

The 'No Evidence Assad's Syrian Government Carried Out Chemical Attacks' Meme is Incorrect

There is indeed evidence that Assad was responsible as is demonstrated below, but evidence does not necessarily constitute proof.  It would seem that the rebels and not Assad are the beneficiaries of the chemical attack, but perceived strategic motivations and not hard evidence. Cui bono, as good a method as it is, is surely not foolproof. The claim that sarin gas was used seems very questionable by how the first responders apprently handled the situation, but reportedly is contradicted by hard evidence in the form of chemical analysis and certainly some type of chemical(s) did kill people. No matter what, I do not support US involvement in Syria. But as I've stated, I'm personally not absoving any side of anything completely as it pertains to chemical weapons, including the US. We should stay out of this mess.

Responsibility
 
Many governments, such as the United States and those in the EU[44] and the GCC[45] have attributed the attack to the Syrian government.[42][46][47][48] Syria has denied any involvement.[42] Russia claimed that the deaths were a result of gas released when a government airstrike hit a rebel-operated chemical weapons factory.[49][50] The UN Security Council session unanimously declared the need for an investigation of the chemical attack.[51] According to OPCW, its investigation into the attack is ongoing.[52][53]


More:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khan_Shaykhun_chemical_attack f

Is this proof Assad DID launch chemical weapon attacks from the base Trump bombed? Photos of wreckage show barrels 'identical to those that store WMDs'

  • The US launched 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at Shayrat Airbase in Syria 
  • Among the wreckage at the base was a pile of olive-coloured twin containers 
  • Social media users compared the containers to those used to house WMDs
  • US officals claimed this week's chemical strike originated at Shayrat Airbase 

An collage on social media suggested some of the containers damaged in last night's strike, left, looked similar to Russian chemical weapons stores from the mid 1990s 

An collage on social media suggested some of the containers damaged in last night's strike, left, looked similar to Russian chemical weapons stores from the mid 1990s 
Images released following last night's attack showed these distinctive-looking containers 

Images released following last night's attack showed these distinctive-looking containers 
Commentators on social media claimed they looked similar to these chemical weapons, left

Commentators on social media claimed they looked similar to these chemical weapons, left

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4392138/Is-proof-Assad-DID-launch-chemical-weapon-attacks.html#ixzz4ecr6tHlY
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US releases flight path of plane used in Syria chemical attack

...Officials decided to declassify the photo to prove that Syria's Shayrat air base was linked to the chemical attack, Capt. Jeff Davis, a Defense Department spokesperson said Thursday night.


DoD
PHOTO: A Pentagon spokesperson says that this graphic shows the flight track of an aircraft that took off from Shayrat airbase to the location of an alleged chemical weapons airstrike in Khan Shaykhun, Syria on April 4, 2017.more +

The flight path appears to have taken a northerly track from the Shayrat airbase near Homs towards Khan Shaykhun in the Idlib province. According to the graphic released by the Pentagon, the plane appears to have circled the area around Khan Shaykhun and the area between the two cities multiple times.
U.S. officials said earlier that radar systems had tracked two aircraft taking off from the base, and that one dropped munitions containing Sarin gas that targeted an underground hospital run by the al Qaeda-affiliated rebel group formerly known as the al-Nusra Front.
More:

http://abcnews.go.com/International/us-releases-flight-path-plane-syria-chemical-attack/story?id=46651125
White House Lays Out Evidence That Syria Was Behind Deadly Chemical Attack

A senior administration official laid out evidence that the Syrian regime was behind the chemical attack in the country that killed at least 80 people last week.
The official said intelligence gathered from social media accounts, open source videos, reporting, imagery, and geospatial intelligence showed that the chemical attack was a regime attack.
“I don’t think there’s evidence to the contrary at all,” an official who briefed reporters on background Tuesday said...
The official added that there were physiological samples from victims of the attack, and that their symptoms — frothing at the nose and mouth, twitching — were “very consistent with nerve agent and sarin exposure” and not consistent with chlorine poisoning...
“Moscow said chemicals were caused by a regime airstrike on a terrorist ammunition depot in the eastern suburbs of Khan Shaykhun. However, a Syrian military source told Russian state media on April 4 that regime forces had not carried out any airstrike in Khan Shaykhun, contradicting Russia’s claim. An open source video also shows where we believe the chemical munition landed — not on a military base filled with weapons, but in the middle of a street in the northern section of Khan Shaykhun.”
To explain why the regime would launch a chemical attack against its citizens when it did, the senior administration official said, “In the middle of March, opposition forces launched an offensive towards major city of Hama, which is a strategic city in Syria, where a strategic airbase lies. At that point, the regime — we think — calculated that with its manpower spread quite thin, we believe the regime probably calculated at that point that chemical weapons were necessary to make up for manpower deficiency.”