Donna Brazile Reveals She ‘Feared for Her Life’ After Seth Rich was Murdered

Donna Brazile revealed that she feared for her life after Seth Rich was murdered, and was encouraged by Democratic Officials not to talk about the DNC Leaks.

While it is no secret to anyone whose news sources go beyond the mainstream media that the Clinton campaign controlled the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 election, the party’s former chairwoman is revealing that one of the DNC’s greatest scandals made her fear for her life.

When DNC Staffer Seth Rich was murdered on July 10, 2016, the mainstream media attempted to play it off as a botched robbery, trying to convince the public that Rich, who is said to be the source who turned over thousands of DNC emails to WikiLeaks, was not targeted.

Brazile stepped in as the acting chair of the DNC on July 28, 2016, after the leaked emails revealed a cozy relationship between former chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and the Clinton Campaign. In her new book, “Hacks: The Inside Story of the Break-ins and Breakdowns that Put Donald Trump in the White House,” Brazile is revealing that she was terrified she would be blamed for the leaks.

In an overview of the forthcoming book, the Washington Post noted that Brazile admitted she “feared for her own life” after Rich was murdered. Now, over one year has passed, and the murder is still unsolved and arguably covered up both law enforcement and the media….

The Post also reported that when the emails were first leaked, top Democratic officers were encouraged not to talk about what they referred to as a “hacking.” However, it was later revealed that the emails weren’t accessed by way of hacking, they were leaked by a DNC insider….

While Brazile admits she was terrified she would be blamed for the leaked emails, she seems to buy the story that the “Russians” were responsible for “hacking” into DNC email accounts….

However, as WikiLeaks noted, President Obama, FBI Director James Comey and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper all explicitly said that there was no evidence of connections between WikiLeaks and the Russian government….

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Background to the “russian hack” narrative and why it is crucial for the establishment to divert attention away from the actual content of the emails: