A GOP Congressman Is Bravely Demanding A PROPER INVESTIGATION Into The Murder Of Seth Rich

When someone dies under suspicious circumstances, it is common practice for the death to be investigated so that it made sure that nothing unnatural caused the end to a person’s life. With the death of Seth Rich, it feels like the investigation didn’t go further than the end of this sentence.

A Republican congressman is now demanding a federal probe into the murder of Democrat staffer Seth Rich, even as Sean Hannity is scolded by his bosses at Fox News for pushing the “conspiracy theory” that young man was murdered because he was a source for Wikileaks.

But on July 8, 2016, 27 year-old Democratic staffer Seth Rich was murdered in Washington DC. The killer or killers seemed to have targeted him for death as his wallet and other personal items were left undisturbed. This murder is unexplained by any conventional means.

Rumors have swirled that Democrat staffer Seth Rich was murdered in 2016 because he was leaking to hacker site Wikileaks the emails and other information from Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign. It was a treasure trove of outrageous information that helped lead to Hillary’s loss of the White House after she became the Democrat nominee for president.

Still, many have dismissed this story that Rich was murdered by some Democrat insider trying to shut him up. It has been called a mere “conspiracy theory” and some have said it is irresponsible to even talk of it all.

But now a GOP congressman is openly calling for an investigation, according to the Corpus Christi Caller Times.


Corpus Christi Republican Congressman Blake Farenthold considers the source behind the 2016 hack of the Democratic National Committee’s email server an unanswered question and believes a federal investigation is warranted.

Farenthold added that he worries that there is too much focus on unproven ties to Russia.

“My fear is our constant focusing on the Russians is deflecting away for some other things that we need to be investigating,” Farenthold said on the network. “There’s still some question as to whether the intrusion of the DNC server was an insider job or whether or not it was the Russians.”

“To me, we need to let the feds look at it,” the Rep. concluded.

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