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Killing a reporter should become a unique category of crime to the FBI.
To further protect the exercise of American’s right of free speech, there should be a separate FBI task force assigned to investigate every single death of a working reporter that carries the slightest hint of suspicion with it.
I suspect that the death of Indiana election fraud reporter, Gary Welsh, aged 53, may have been a case of stumbling in the wrong door a bit too far at the wrong time in American history.
Welsh was an attorney and political blogger at Advance Indiana.
He was also a big Donald Trump supporter. In his last post, on Friday, April 29th, 2 days before his tragic death, he ominously warned:
“If I’m not around to see the vote results, my prediction is that Trump wins Indiana with just shy of 50% of the vote, but he will carry every single congressional district and sweep the delegate race….”
This is exactly how a reporter lays down bread crumbs for others to follow without looking too paranoid.
Welsh, was found dead in an apartment complex stairwell in Indianapolis, Indiana shortly before 8 am on the morning of May 1, the Sunday before the Indiana primary – the first primary that apparently was not riddled with election fraud allegations.
The IndyStar newspaper published the story in their online edition at 10:24 pm, late on Sunday evening, and – interestingly – led with Welsh’s premonition warning.
“Gary Welsh’s last post in his Advance Indiana blog, on Friday, now seems ominous. ‘If I’m not around to see the vote results’ Welsh wrote, ‘my prediction is that Trump wins Indiana.’ “
“Police dispatch stated that the caller observed what they believed to be a person shot in the stairwell of the building with the gun still laying on the scene….”
Two days later, Donald Trump won a pivotal 53 to 37% victory over Ted Cruz, bigger than even Welsh had predicted. So large was the landslide that Cruz was forced out of the race the next day and Gov. John Kasich the day after that.
This was the defining moment in the Republican primary this year.
But is election fraud enough to warrant someone hiring an assassination professional to take out a reporter? We’ll never know, but it’s possible. It simply depends on who you angered and how angry they got.
However, Welsh had stumbled into much deeper waters during the campaign.
According to blogger Wayne Madsen, Welsh was the source of purported photos that included Marco Rubio involved in gay and bi-sexual social events in the dark Miami sub-culture, and a variety of subsequent scamy Rubio mis-adventures while serving in the Florida legislature.
This was far beyond the average dirt a political candidate carries into office.
It was bizarre enough to – in my opinion – disqualify Rubio from any further consideration for political office.
According to Madsen, Welsh was also involved in the investigation of Senator Ted Cruz’s father having ties to Lee Harvey Oswald.
Today is May 14, a full two weeks after the death of Gary Welsh. I just learned about it hours ago by the following Twitter post inside another post that said:
“Nobody is talking about this.” So, a hush has fallen across the Twitter nation in the realization that fighting evil can have real consequences.
I just want to say something on a personal level. I’ve been involved as a campaign worker in the U.S. for over 50 years.
This is the first year, I’ve ever seen people afraid to admit they were supporting a candidate – in this case, Donald Trump.
People will whisper it to you as though we are all suddenly part of the French underground during WW2.
This is the first year, anyone can remember campaign signs vandalized in the yards of this quiet, residential neighborhood.
Everyone we know who has put a Trump sign out has had it either stolen or broken up. Now, neighbors have taken to putting their signs inside a front window of their house.
The only conclusion I can make is that the forces of evil are coming out strongly against Trump.
This dark cloud provides all the more reason to support Trump, because the America we knew growing up, must now be teetering on the very precipice of completely loosing its freedom of political association.
I’m still reporting from Washington. Good day.