HuffPo’s David Seaman Freaks Out And Expects to Be Killed for Questioning Hillary Clinton’s Health


“This is Orwellian.” Heh. I think this speaks for itself.  Hat tip to C.W. Swanson from the Daily TW.

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7 Responses to HuffPo’s David Seaman Freaks Out And Expects to Be Killed for Questioning Hillary Clinton’s Health

  1. LL says:

    His concerns are valid. He may need to join Snowden in Moscow — fleeing to Russia for safety.

    • Like you say below, he probably doesn’t have much to worry about if he doesn’t go full crusader. But if he does start rocking the boat, his modest profile may actually put him in more danger than if he were well known. Other suspicious deaths seem to be mostly limited to writers on the cusp of getting attention. The deaths are ignorable. Those already famous, like Sharyl Attkisson, seem to get other kinds of non-lethal harrassment.

  2. Jules Smith says:

    Bloody hell, he’s making me nervous for him! Look out for men in dark coats in dark cars watching you! He seems genuinely freaked out.
    Who owns The Huffington Post, as in, ya know, who owns the media control? The world remains as crooked as it ever was.

  3. Adrienne says:

    I highly doubt Mr. Seaman is important or well known enough to fear for his life. I understand that the Huffington Post readership is declining.

    • LL says:

      The Huffington Post editorial folks spiked his story and that ends it. I think that if he crusades on the issue, there can always be a car accident or a suicide.

      • I think both of you are right. He’ll have a weird relationship with the editors for a while, but the biggest fallout will be his loss-of-innocence, and some eye-opening realizations that will probably result in him applying for a staff position at the Daily Beast or somewhere else.

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