The tragic death of former DNC staffer Seth Rich has captivated the political world this week, as the mystery surrounding his murder has hit the mainstream.
Maybe it’s the United States’ current obsession with murder mysteries, thanks in no small part to the podcast “Serial” and Netflix’s “Making a Murderer” series, but the Seth Rich case has finally shrugged off months of its tinfoil-hat-wearing stigma and crossed over into the realm of the everyman.
For the uninitiated, Seth Rich was a promising young DNC staffer, (if there is such a thing), who was possibly responsible for disseminating the massive treasure trove of Hillary Clinton campaign emails published by Wikileaks during the 2016 presidential election. While no official investigation into that matter ever occurred, many on the inside of the DNC were in a panic. Shortly after the rumors began to spread, Rich was murdered in what authorities allege was a “botched robbery”, in which Seth still possessed his phone, wallet, and watch while lying dead in the street.
Further high strangeness occurred when D.C. police insisted on taking the slain staffer’s laptop into custody, even though the device had to be retrieved from his home after the murder.
Given these damning pieces of evidence, many rightfully began concluding that the Seth Rich murder was an inside job by democratic operatives, scurrying as they do to plug a hole in a leak, or drown a rat in the stream emanating from said leak.
Of course, the liberal chokehold on the mainstream media was able to squash the early Seth Rich “truthers” through complete omission of the admittedly fascinating story. Now, as the news has spread beyond their containment, they’ve turned to a much more offensive stance of threatening and degrading those who dare question the official story.
Now, one of the internet’s most prolific villains, possibly in a bid to keep his name on the tips of America’s tongues, is offering up a small fortune for information regarding the murder of Seth Rich.
“American businessman and investor Martin Shkreli is putting up $100,000 for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible for the murder of Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich.
“Shkreli, former chief executive officer of Turing Pharmaceuticals and KaloBios Pharmaceuticals Inc., made the announcement via his Facebook page Friday.
“Rich, 27, was the voter expansion data director at the DNC, according to Roll Call, and had been employed for two years. Rich also worked on a computer application to help voters locate polling stations, and had just accepted a job with Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.”
Shkreli is certainly not the most savory character now involving themselves in the conspiratorial peanut gallery surrounding the death of Seth Rich, but he may possess the guile and grand cojones to lure some secret informant from the shadows of D.C.’s most corrupt entity.
Earlier this week, the mainstream media lashed out at both Sean Hannity and WND News‘ Twitter account for speaking on the Seth Rich case, in an apparent attempt to shame the two into allowing the trail to Seth’s killer turn cold.