More On Seth Rich

June 1, 2017

Despite what the media would have you believe, you don’t have to be a rabid partisan or a conspiracy monger to have questions about the late DNC staffer, Seth Rich. When someone who is closely involved in a presidential election is shot to death in cold blood on the streets of the capital, no arrests are made and people in authority seem to be stonewalling requests for information, it’s inevitably going to pique the public’s curiosity. And when the media attempt to shame, defame and destroy anyone who brings up the subject, that just makes people more curious.

At the link, Wayne Allyn Root offers a unique take to help explain the public’s curiosity. He revisits all the facts of the case, but switches them to a hypothetical scenario in which an RNC staffer suspected of damaging leaks against the Trump campaign was gunned down on the street, and asks if the media reaction to that would be silence and a demand that it not be discussed.


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The fact is, this could be exactly what the police claim: just a botched robbery. But the overreaction to questions and the insistence that they stop is actually stoking public skepticism. People are going to ask questions if for no other reason than this is a real-life murder mystery. Plus, it illustrates one of the most “elemental” rules of mystery solving, as pointed out by Sherlock Holmes. He once drew a police detective’s attention to the “curious incident of the dog in the night-time.” The cop said the dog did nothing, it remained silent. Holmes replied, “That was the curious incident.”

PLEASE LEAVE ME A COMMENT.  I READ THEM!

Comments 1-5 of 36

  • Al Heaton

    06/09/2017 08:09 AM

    Mr. Huckabee, thank you for keeping this story alive. I believe when JulIan Assange put up a bounty for information concerning the death of Seth Rich, he was trying to tell all of us that Seth was killed as a coverup for the DNC information he gave to Wikileaks. But the world just won't believe it until Assange finally admits it. I know Wikileaks has never divulged any of their sources, but I would hope that he would finally give in to this one exception since the source is dead. I believe that if YOU personally went to him and asked him for this one exception, I think he would do it. Once he admits this, the story will take off and perhaps a whistleblower will come forward. Thank you for what you do for this country.

  • carol swan

    06/08/2017 02:01 AM

    Why do they protest so much and try to obstruct if its an "innocent murder"? They know and we know Hillary has blood on her hands in many of these cases. They keep killing people and it will finally one day come out. We just have to wait and see.

  • Don Griffin

    06/07/2017 11:36 PM

    There is too much for coincidence here. I believe the Trump administration is waiting for the right time to level charges against Hillary Clinton after amassing all the proof necessary to indict her on her corruption. Perhaps several years away. And there will be a firestorm. Some may say there is no way.
    That was said about Trump's winning the presidency too.

  • William Booher

    06/07/2017 10:14 PM

    I do believe the police know that if they get involved with this they also could be next. Dead that is. Simply observe them, if there is silence, there is fear. They (police) understand quite well what is going on, why doesn't anyone else. Protection for them would be great. Even if the protection was around the clock, in a hidden way.

  • Randy Blair

    06/07/2017 07:39 PM

    Mike,
    I love reading your blog. No nonsense, no BS!
    People are tired of being lied to and not heard.

    If you are really reading this message and would like to hear a great simple idea on how to fund the border wall and make Mexico pay for it give me a shout.

    I am just a Texan, born and raised who owns his own catering company and have feed people for the last 17 years. I would like to think I have a grasp on what is going on in America.

    I admire your daughter and can see where she got her straight forward, non-nonsense, level heaededness!

    Randy Blair

More On Seth Rich

June 1, 2017

Despite what the media would have you believe, you don’t have to be a rabid partisan or a conspiracy monger to have questions about the late DNC staffer, Seth Rich. When someone who is closely involved in a presidential election is shot to death in cold blood on the streets of the capital, no arrests are made and people in authority seem to be stonewalling requests for information, it’s inevitably going to pique the public’s curiosity. And when the media attempt to shame, defame and destroy anyone who brings up the subject, that just makes people more curious.

At the link, Wayne Allyn Root offers a unique take to help explain the public’s curiosity. He revisits all the facts of the case, but switches them to a hypothetical scenario in which an RNC staffer suspected of damaging leaks against the Trump campaign was gunned down on the street, and asks if the media reaction to that would be silence and a demand that it not be discussed.


Commentary continues below advertisement


The fact is, this could be exactly what the police claim: just a botched robbery. But the overreaction to questions and the insistence that they stop is actually stoking public skepticism. People are going to ask questions if for no other reason than this is a real-life murder mystery. Plus, it illustrates one of the most “elemental” rules of mystery solving, as pointed out by Sherlock Holmes. He once drew a police detective’s attention to the “curious incident of the dog in the night-time.” The cop said the dog did nothing, it remained silent. Holmes replied, “That was the curious incident.”

PLEASE LEAVE ME A COMMENT.  I READ THEM!

Comments 1-5 of 36

  • Al Heaton

    06/09/2017 08:09 AM

    Mr. Huckabee, thank you for keeping this story alive. I believe when JulIan Assange put up a bounty for information concerning the death of Seth Rich, he was trying to tell all of us that Seth was killed as a coverup for the DNC information he gave to Wikileaks. But the world just won't believe it until Assange finally admits it. I know Wikileaks has never divulged any of their sources, but I would hope that he would finally give in to this one exception since the source is dead. I believe that if YOU personally went to him and asked him for this one exception, I think he would do it. Once he admits this, the story will take off and perhaps a whistleblower will come forward. Thank you for what you do for this country.

  • carol swan

    06/08/2017 02:01 AM

    Why do they protest so much and try to obstruct if its an "innocent murder"? They know and we know Hillary has blood on her hands in many of these cases. They keep killing people and it will finally one day come out. We just have to wait and see.

  • Don Griffin

    06/07/2017 11:36 PM

    There is too much for coincidence here. I believe the Trump administration is waiting for the right time to level charges against Hillary Clinton after amassing all the proof necessary to indict her on her corruption. Perhaps several years away. And there will be a firestorm. Some may say there is no way.
    That was said about Trump's winning the presidency too.

  • William Booher

    06/07/2017 10:14 PM

    I do believe the police know that if they get involved with this they also could be next. Dead that is. Simply observe them, if there is silence, there is fear. They (police) understand quite well what is going on, why doesn't anyone else. Protection for them would be great. Even if the protection was around the clock, in a hidden way.

  • Randy Blair

    06/07/2017 07:39 PM

    Mike,
    I love reading your blog. No nonsense, no BS!
    People are tired of being lied to and not heard.

    If you are really reading this message and would like to hear a great simple idea on how to fund the border wall and make Mexico pay for it give me a shout.

    I am just a Texan, born and raised who owns his own catering company and have feed people for the last 17 years. I would like to think I have a grasp on what is going on in America.

    I admire your daughter and can see where she got her straight forward, non-nonsense, level heaededness!

    Randy Blair