Where’s the Press on Vince Foster’s Death?
By David MartinDCDave.com
April 3, 2017
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For now, America’s mainstream Fourth Estate is ignoring the latest story about the violent death of President Bill Clinton’s deputy White House counsel, Vincent W. Foster, Jr. That is the one about Congressman Trey Gowdy (R, SC) getting a federal judge to have Foster’s body exhumed and examined. In this case, there’s good reason why they should ignore it because it’s made up out of whole cloth. It was obviously created to lend credibility to the idea, ginned up by our rotten press in the first place, that the Internet information alternative to the propaganda that they put out is nothing but a steaming cauldron of unsupported rumor and nonsense.
What we are witnessing here is quite simply the latest variation of #4 in the Seventeen Techniques for Truth Suppression, “Knock down straw men.” Here’s one way it’s done, as we said back in 1998: “Make up wild rumors (or plant false stories) and give them lead play when you appear to debunk all the charges, real and fanciful alike.”
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Turley might have mentioned that when he wrote that piece he had been deceived not just by the scoundrel Christopher Ruddy but also former FBI agent and Watergate figure, G. Gordon Liddy, who brought forward on his radio show the anonymous “workman who discovered Foster’s body.” We have since learned that the man was the late Kermit Dale Kyle, and his story of how he stumbled upon the body while in search of a secluded place to take a leak is frankly preposterous.
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I have always believe that this was a typical Clinton murder. All of the events after his death make a cover up all the more likely.
Some one of these days the truth will leak out. It usually always does. Sometimes it’s fast (like the Trump wiretapping) and other times it takes decades (like FDR’s role in Pearl Harbor or the Lusitania carry contraband munitions).
We just have keep a watchful eye out and not let these stories be killed and buried.
It really does matter if we are to keep a Republic.
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