Have they considered hiring Johhny Cochran? It seems a good “fit”.
That Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy just won’t go away from Hillary Clinton.
Except that the people REALLY making her life hard aren’t on the Right. Julian Assange and Seth Rich to name two.
You will remember Seth Rich as the murdered DNC staffer that Julian Assange named as his source for the Wikileaks stories that exposed DNC corruption and got Debbie Wasserman-Schultz fired.
Julian Assange, the head of Wikileaks, the organization that released the emails, announced a $20,000 reward for information leading to Rich’s July 10 death, hinting that Rich was responsible for leaking the documents.
Assange’s offer has also added fuel to the flames of conspiracy theories sweeping the Internet that the Democratic presidential candidate and her husband Bill were somehow involved in Rich’s death.
Commenting to Daily Mail Online for the family, Brad Bauman said ‘Some are attempting to politicize this horrible tragedy, and in their attempts to do so, are actually causing more harm than good and impeding on the ability for law enforcement to properly do their job.’
With so much at stake between now and November, Hillary cannot afford to use the Clintonian deny-deny-deny strategy. Especially when Assange has promised more dumps. Of the kind, he predicted, that will be enough to indict Hillary.
So, like anyone who is all persona and no substance must — she turned to PR for help.
The man hired to shut down “conspiracy theories” surrounding the mysterious murder of former DNC staffer Seth Rich is a public relations manager who specializes in “crisis communications” for the Democratic Party.
27-year-old Rich was shot in the back in Washington D.C. on July 10, the apparent victim of an attempted “robbery” despite the fact that no possessions were taken.
The very fact that Wikileaks is still talking about Seth Rich’s murder and his family’s representation by a Democratic Party operative clearly suggests that the whistleblower organization thinks there may be a cover-up taking place.
As USA Politics Now highlights, the rhetoric coming from Rich’s parents seemed to change suddenly after Wikileaks put up the $20,000 reward. The concern seemed to immediately shift from finding Rich’s killer to shutting down “conspiracy theories” about his death.
No word whether OTHER PR reps will be hired to handle the OTHER “bad luck” experienced by OTHER critics of the Clintons.