quote of interest:
During our investigation, we actually were told [that media] had been threatened with FTC investigations. Commentators [had been] threatened with their jobs, Zullo said.
The threats were so intimidating that some individuals quit their positions over safety concerns for their families, he said.” — Mike Zullo, lead investigator
Thanks. One problem I have with the little reporting that has been done on this issue is that it makes it seem like the reporters aren’t reporting because they’re afraid of the FCC. And we all know that Obama uses veiled threats of government harassment so this doesn’t seem so very new. But what the actual on-air personalities are afraid of is that they or their families will be KILLED. Because the media companies strongly implied that if anybody violated the orders to keep silent on this issue, not only their career but also their own life and the lives of their loved ones would be in danger.
I don’t believe for one minute that it was either an “accident” or a coincidence that on the day of Arpaio’s presser the big news was, instead, the sudden death of Andrew Breitbart and a bomb scare for Rush Limbaugh.
Now there are some articles talking about what the producer of “We Will Not Be Silenced” has said about the same kind of threats being used in the 2008 primary against anybody who opposed Obama - complete with the names of specific people in strategic positions who died in specific ways at specific crucial points. Those deaths are documented facts. The timing is an objective fact. The silence on this issue is a documented fact.
As somebody said about Breitbart - if Breitbart exposes what was feared he would expose, then he probably wasn’t assassinated. If he doesn’t, it was not only an assassination but an effective one. Well.... Breitbart had told Arpaio that Arpaio’s evidence was good mere hours before he died, and while Breitbart’s successors have said they will “vet” Obama on other issues, they refuse to touch the eligibility issue. That suggests that it was an effective assassination, and that what the assassins were really afraid of Breitbart exposing was the credibility of Arpaio’s evidence.
In similar fashion, the Clintons kept quiet about Obama’s ineligibility. That wasn’t just out of the goodness of their hearts. Something shut them up. The deaths of strategic people at strategic times - including a good friend of Bill Clinton.... would explain what we all noticed about their behavior.