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Skip to comments.Michael Savage: Was Breitbart Assassinated?
Posted on 03/01/2012 10:30:19 PM PST by ReformationFan
Noting that the cause of Andrew Breitbarts unexpected death yesterday was being examined by the Los Angeles County Coroners office, talk-radio host Michael Savage raised the question of whether the conservative media powerhouse who recently announced he had videos that could politically damage President Obama was murdered.
On his top-rated show today, Savage played an audio clip of Breitbart telling an audience at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington last month that he had obtained videos that shed light on Obamas ties to radicals in the early 1980s who helped propel him to the presidency.
Maybe my overly active imagination kicked into overdrive, Savage told his listeners of his decision to raise the question. But you heard what Breitbart said he has videos
were going to vet the president.
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
...”Why would the question be stupid? Given Andrews profession and rather sudden death IMHO all events up to and surrounding his death should be looked at very closely”...
I totally agree with you..I am amazed that anyone who knew of Andrew and his work would not have thought his death very strange from the get-go. Even if he had heart problems, to drop dead like he did is unusual. Didn’t Andrew receive vicious death threats all the time?
I was looking at some Brietbart youtube videos yesterday, and came across this one. He’s talking to somebody about Libertarians, and Brietbart is sweating profusely on his forehead/face.
From experience with people I’ve known who had heart attacks, a lot of them had profuse sweating with their heart problems.
Here’s the vid...see for yourself:
...”a sudden death like this needs to be looked into”...
And, by people who do not have strong political motives.
I am surprised that only hours after Andrew died, the major media, FOX included, so quickly picked up the words, “died of natural causes,” before anything could be determined for certain. One has to wonder...
And another report made it sound as it he was at home and was having difficulty breathing.
Which of these is correct, or is there another story?
Hey...that’s been my taggy forever!
I heard Sean Hannity stating on the radio, that Breitbart had a history of heart problems. Sean Hannity is a friend of the Breibart family.
Quincy would sort this out after a few rounds of arguing with his boss, the police, and some bureaucrat/person in charge.
As I had posted earlier in today’s Savage thread:
Certainly the first thing that I thought when I heard about Andrews death due to natural causes was a hit by a wet work specialist. While its not completely out of the ordinary for a guy in his 40s to have a heart attack it seems pretty unlikely in this case.
Like sushiman pointed out - Richard The Iceman Kuklinksi used to inject some of his targets with cyanide or put it in their food. It mimics the appearance of a heart attack. Certain foods hide the taste of it very easily. After a few days you cant find cyanide in a body. That is one reason it is such a good murder weapon. It breaks apart into carbon and nitrogen. The distinctive order of bitter almonds is only noticeable on a fresh body; it is lost as the body decomposes and hardly any medical examiner checks for it. It is a standby of the old KGB and I’ve read plenty of books on mob cleaners using it as well.
Yes, I believe that he was... and the heart thing is how those that kill for power plant cover stories.
Family needs a private coroner review .
The lDems are LA county and coroners offices are
He may have been foolish to eat with the devil
I think they meant “no apparent cause”
Much too late for that. There are several of these threads floating around.
Yes, they say he was sick and yes, stuff happens. It’s the whole March 1st timing that gives one pause.
At the very least, we should all be more than concerned that we can totally envision our government doing it. That is quite telling of the tyranny we're under.
The most surprising sentence in the article.
That question is all but stupid in that context.
All the explanations have to be scrutinized carefully.
Cancelling the question is , on the contrary, stupid or .....partisan propaganda
Honestly, when the reports of his death came out and the cause was “natural causes”, bells and whistles went off. Natural causes for a 43 year old man?
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