Isn’t it terrible that so many people connected to the Clintons have died that it’s become almost a bad joke?

The number of Clinton associates that have died by either natural and UNnatural causes is mindboggling…

The list stands (at the moment) to over 50 people – including rumors of the political power-couple being behind the “suicide” of Jeffrey Epstein.

Now…

Whether this is true or not is up for debate – but it’s hard not to connect the dots when so many people have turned up dead.

Rumors will always be rumors and until there is solid, legal evidence that the Clintons were tied to any of these deaths…

They deserve to be considered innocent until proven otherwise.

However…

If it is true, they’ve created the blueprint for how to get away with murder. In fact, if these rumors are true, Bill and Hillary could be two of the most prolific mass murderers that the world has ever seen…

Until now.

If the Clintons were the Rogers and Hammerstein of political murders, Barack Obama may be the William Shakespeare.

With almost 550 civilian deaths caused by 500 drone strikes during his time in office– Obama may have gotten a taste for murder…

And he may have liked it.

Obama Administration Under The Microscope

Why would we say that?

Well, it seems one of the people that were responsible for taking his administration to task over their request to expunge the data of current terrorist groups in the United States has just turned up dead from a gunshot wound to the chest.

Philip Haney was a part of Obama’s Department of Homeland Security and his death comes a few years after he testified that his superiors ORDERED him to delete HUNDREDS of files of people with links to Muslim extremists – a task which he believed put Americans at risk. Haney argued that were these files to have been left alone, they could have helped stop several US-based terrorist attacks, such as the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando.

The 66-year-old Haney was found dead on February 21st by what “appears” to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest…

Even though a study by the International Journal of Legal Medicine reports that fatal gunshot wounds to the chest are uncommon in suicides (just 15% caused by that type of injury as opposed to head wounds).

It’s also been revealed that Haney was reportedly working on a book at the time of his death…

A book that could have exposed Obama or a plethora of other crooked politicians that would have something to gain from this man’s death.

Not only that…

Two anonymous friends of Haney said that Haney voiced fears of being “suicided” and reiterated that he would never take his own life. These two anonymous sources both said Haney remarked “If I am found dead, it wasn’t suicide.”

What Did Haney KNOW?

As if that wasn’t enough to surround this death in mystery…

Congressmen Steve King has his own view on what happened to Haney, tweeting out, “Phil Haney was a friend & patriot. He was a target because of all he knew of Islamic terrorist cover ups. He insured his life by archiving data that incriminated the highest levels of the Obama administration. Phil Haney didn’t kill himself. RIP, Phil.”

And King wasn’t the only person tweet about this. Former US intelligence officer and current One America News Network reporter Jack Posobiec said, “I can confirm at @OANN we are investigating the suspicious death of DHS whistleblower Phil Haney. We have spoken with local sources that suggest this may have been a homicide. Updates to follow as our investigation develops.”

However…

Don’t expect to read or hear about this story from any major American news outlet. It’ll be buried before it hits the mainstream level.

Was this man murdered?

Was anybody in the Obama administration behind it?

Was the former president HIMSELF behind it?

Only time will tell…

Wait, who are we kidding?

If this man was murdered, we may never get the answer as to who was behind it…

And that’s too bad for Haney and his family.

Where’s Sherlock Holmes or Sam Spade when you need them?

 

“Murder is always a mistake – one should never do anything one cannot talk about after dinner” – Oscar Wilde