Dead Body Just Washes Up On A Beach 24 Hours Before Exposing MASSIVE DNC Scandal [VIDEO]

Dead Body Just Washes Up On A Beach 24 Hours Before Exposing MASSIVE DNC Scandal [VIDEO]

The murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich unleashed no shortage of conspiracy theories, especially after it was alleged that he was the leaker behind the WikiLeaks data dump. Now another suspicious death of a Democrat has come to light and what he had been doing right before he died has a lot of people asking questions.

Shawn Lucas was in a video that went viral, in which he was one of several process servers, delivering a lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee, as well as against chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, alleging that the DNC had committed fraud by favoring Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders. 120 people in the lawsuit claimed “that Wasserman Schultz and the DNC were fraudulent, negligent and misrepresented their true motivations in the Democratic presidential primary.”

The suit was filed in July of 2016; Lucas’ was found dead the very next month, in August. The timing immediately set off conspiracy theorists, who insisted that Lucas was murdered to cover up the lawsuit. It turned out, though, that an autopsy report disproved those theories. Lucas’ death was an accidental overdose, thanks to the “combined adverse effects of fentanyl [a synthetic opioid pain medication], cyclobenzaprine [a muscle relaxant] and mitragynine [better known as kratom].”

But then another body washed up on a beach and it set off the conspiracy theories again.

Beranton J. Whisenant Jr. was a federal prosecutor and a father of three. He had recently joined the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Miami and worked in the Major Crimes Unit. He had been handling immigration fraud cases. It is believed that he died of head trauma, possibly a gunshot wound.

Why is any of this suspicious? His body was found in Wasserman Schultz’s district and Reddit “investigators” claim that he was looking into the immigration status of the Awan brothers, the Pakistani congressional IT aides accused of stealing data and equipment from the House of Representatives. One of the brothers, Imran Awan, worked for Wasserman Schultz.

While it is an interesting theory, there is no actual proof behind the claim that Whisenant was investigating the Awan brothers, or was involved with an investigation into the DNC in any way.

Do you think his death is suspicious?

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