Just love a good conspiracy

Andrew  Breitbart died suddenly at age 43, of “heart failure” and with no significant amount of alcohol in his system as had been originally speculated.  Earlier that evening he had been observed apparently happy, lively, and engaged in high energy political discussion at a bar near his home.  He apparently had a sudden collapse while walking home from that bar only minutes later.   He had been talking for weeks of releasing game changing, damning video footage from Presbo’s college days that would irrevocably alter the course of the 2012 election.  Instead we see some old video of a young Presbo doing some rambling, disjointed speechifying at a college rally.  Not damning.  Not game-changing.  Not even particularly interesting.  Breitbart is the guy that outed Anthony Weiner, Shirley Sherrod, and Acorn and who had a long and successful career in investigative journalism and who had a pretty good idea of what sort of info would be “game-changing”.

Now 2 months later,  veteran LA county coroner Michael Cormier, died suddenly of arsenic poisoning at his home in LA on the day that Breitbart’s  autopsy report results were released by the LA County Coroner’s office.  City officials were quick to point out that Mr. Cormier did not actually work on Breitbart’s autopsy.  But these were the same officials that rushed out a report that Breitbart had died of “natural causes” before any examination had actually taken place.


About drrik

3rd career and 2nd childhood. Spends spare time repairing old things. Aspires to burn more gasoline, gunpowder, and ink in pursuit of slowing down. Child of the 60s and aspiring student of history. No desire to see us repeat the failed social experiments that keep failing for lack of human beings that meet the left wing standards and have to be killed off. Did engineering long enough to realize that very little is new and the wheel does not need to be reinvented.
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4 Responses to Just love a good conspiracy

  1. pepperhawk says:

    Like cops always say, “there are no coincidences”. I just read this somewhere late last night and not for one moment do I believe either story about Breitbart’s death or the medical examiner. And “arsenic poisoning”. How is that being explained away? Nobody in their right mind would kill themselves with arsenic. It’s a horrible, painful death.

    In light of all the things that the Fraud in Chief has covered up, paid nearly 2 million to make sure his records are never shown, defies all FOIA to get his records, I believe the man is capable of anything.

    I don’t happen to believe either of these men died by natural causes or by accident. It is very hard to believe the medical examiner died of arsenic poison unless someone poisoned him.

    And from what I’ve seen from the comments of others on this story, they believe they were both murdered. Breithart had more info about to come out that he was going to print when he “suddenly” died. And Breitbart was fearless. Instead of shutting up as other journalists have done after being threatened by the powers that be, he had no fear of it.

  2. thedrpete says:

    Hhmmmm. Time will indeed tell. Almost always does.

  3. drrik says:

    A billion dollar warchest can bring a LOT of pressure to bear. Enough to cause a lot fo stonewalling by Hawaiian hospital records folks and why an Atlanta federal judge would suddenly reverse himself and ignore his own statements on birth eligilbility from 3 wks earlier.

  4. drrik says:

    Just keeps getting better. Now the only eye-witness to his death, a former medical corpsman, who had related the the symptoms that Breitbart exibited were the OPPOSITE of what would be expected during a heart attack, has disappeared.

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