It sounds like a huge conspiracy theory to say that Hillary Clinton political career and John F. Kennedy Jr.’s death are linked, but recent information has come to light that does beg some very important questions.
It may just be coincidence that Hillary Clinton began her political career, which has been surrounded by very suspicious deaths all linked to the Clintons, right around the time of John F. Kennedy Jr.’s death.
Now shocking information is being exposed showing that JFK Jr. may have been the one man that could have stopped Clinton before she became the Queen of Corruption she is today.
To really see the whole picture you would have to look back at the very beginning of Hillary Clinton’s political career. It is widely known that Hillary was more than a little determined to become a politician and was willing to do whatever it takes to make that happen.
Hillary was well aware that in order to advance her political career all the way to the White House, the first steps would be to take the position as a powerful governor or senator. So she set out for New York with one goal in mind, taking the senate seat.
In 1999 Hillary saw a massive threat to her political future. John Kennedy Jr. announced around that time that he was seriously considering a career in politics. JFK Jr. was President Kennedy’s only son, known affectionately in those days as “John-John,” and was raised in New York and lived there at the time of his death.
There was only one senate seat open at the time and an article from just after Kennedy Jr.’s death exposed some very unnerving details.
There’s no doubt that Hillary’s people would have known about the support Kennedy would have if he were to run for the senate seat. Hillary must have panicked because if Kennedy had won the seat, her entire move to New York for residency would have been wasted, and her chances at the White House would have been crushed.
John Kennedy Jr.’s plane crash in 1999 is no secret to the public, but there is something that most people don’t know: due to John Kennedy Jr. being such a high profile person, President Bill Clinton oversaw the recovery of the crash.
Investigations into the cause of the crash have led to more questions than there should be and many aviation experts have theorized that foul play may have been involved.
The Chicago Tribune reported that President Bill Clinton was very involved in the plane crash recovery, which put him in the perfect position to coverup any foul play that may have been involved.
President Clinton, who will attend the Kennedy service with First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, on Wednesday defended the resources that were committed to the rescue and recovery efforts after Kennedy’s plane crashed Friday night on a flight from New Jersey to Martha’s Vineyard.
“If anyone believes that was wrong, the Coast Guard is not at fault, I am,” Clinton said. “It was because I thought it was the right thing to do under the circumstances.”
John Kennedy Jr.’s death was a little too convenient not to arouse some serious suspicions. Furthermore, experts have no explanation for the crash, and reporter Steve Sbraccia, who was the first one on the scene had this to say:
“I’ve always felt there was something wrong about that crash…from the way the police swept through that beach forcing everyone off to the way they kept the wreck site closely guarded until they pulled up every bit of debris.”
Sbraccia is no conspiracy theorist but he is well known for having an encounter with an ‘enigmatic’ reporter that claimed to see an explosion in the air. The mystery reporter has since disappeared without a trace.
Sbraccia stated, “I can swear in court that man was real and I reported exactly what he told me he saw.” The report of the explosion in the air completely contradicts the official report about the crash findings.
Considering the many other deaths closely linked to the Clintons it wouldn’t be much of a surprise if this is just one more added to the body count.
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