A free press is no longer free when those who engage in the profession are too afraid of a political candidate to report the truth. The 40 or so folks who died suddenly and mysteriously—and were linked to Hillary and Bill Clinton—appear to have journalists really spooked.
“If I die, if they kill me, it was done for a worthy cause,” InfoWars journalist Alex Jones said in a video warning message.
Before Bill and Hillary left the Arkansas governor’s office, “more than 100 people had been suspiciously murdered,” a now viral Alex Jones video maintains.
The outspoken journalist believes the “scourge” and carnage brought on by Hillary and Bill Clinton continues to this day.
Jones noted the deaths of DNC staffers, particularly the still unsolved suspicious killing of Seth Rich, to help prove his point.
As previously reported by the Angry Patriot, Rich was allegedly the source behind the DNC email hack, which was given to WikiLeaks, and sparked a plethora of top party officials to step down from their posts.
“Long before George W. Bush took office or Senator Obama was even thinking about being president, I was there exposing the crimes of the Clintons,” Jones also said in the warning message.
Hillary Clinton reportedly referred to the InfoWars journalist as a “dark heart.”
“It is fitting that I, Alex Jones, would be your chronicler, a chronicler who risked his very life to expose these evils ones,” Jones added.
Liberals will dismiss Jones as nothing more than a paranoid right wing nut job.
However, as the old saying goes, just because you are paranoid, it doesn’t mean they aren’t out to get you.
Old sayings becomes old sayings because they have been proven right many, many times in the past.