An anonymous poster on 4 Chan claims that allegations by internet hacker Kim Dotcom that murdered Democratic aide Seth Rich was the source of documents sent to Wikileaks has triggered “complete panic” within the DNC.
According to the anonymous individual, who claims to have worked in DC for 20 years, the evidence emerging regarding the murder of Seth Rich has terrified high-ranking officials in the DNC.
Conservative Fox News host Sean Hannity has reiterated the contention that “panic has set in at the highest levels of the Democratic Party.”
“I know for certain that the Seth Rich case has scared the s**t out of certain high ranking current and former Democratic Party officials,” the anonymous “insider” posted on 4 Chan, citing their fright as the reason why DNC executives had “backed away from impeachment talk.”
“They know the smoking gun is out there, and they’re terrified you will find it, because when you do it will bring down the entire DNC, along with a couple of very big-name politicians,” he said.
Dotcom, a German-Finnish internet entrepreneur known for founding Megaupload, said Friday that he knew that DNC staffer Rich “gave the political party’s trove of emails to Wikileaks.”
“I knew Seth Rich. I know he was the Wikileaks source. I was involved,” Dotcom tweeted Saturday.
— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) May 20, 2017
“If Congress includes #SethRich case into their Russia probe I’ll give written testimony with evidence that Seth Rich was Wikileaks source,” said another tweet from Dotcom.
A Twitter exchange with Sean Hannity ensued, with Hannity inviting Dotcom to appear on his television and radio shows and demanding that Congress investigate Rich’s murder.
“Is it possible that one [of the] greatest lies ever told is soon exposed?” Hannity tweeted.
Is it possible that one greatest lies ever told is soon exposed? How will the tin foil hat destroy Trump media and deep state deal with this https://t.co/Zt2gIX4zyq
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) May 22, 2017
The anonymous DC insider claimed that “To even mention this name in D.C. Circles [sic] will bring you under automatic scrutiny. To even admit that you have knowledge of this story puts you in immediate danger. If there was no smoke there would be no fire. I have never, in my 20 years of working in D.C. Seen [sic] such a panicked reaction from anyone.”
Complete panic has set in at the highest levels of the Democratic Party. Any bets when the kitchen sink is dumped on my head?? https://t.co/Zt2gIX4zyq
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) May 22, 2017
Radar Online reports that Dotcom will release more information Tuesday, after consulting his attorneys.
In an appearance on “Fox News Sunday,” former House Speaker Newt Gingrich commented on the case.
“We have this very strange story here of this young man who worked for the DNC who was apparently assassinated at four in the morning having given Wikileaks something like 23,000 – I’m sorry, 53,000 – emails and 17,000 attachments,” Gingrich said.
Gingrich also commented:
“Nobody’s investigating that, and what does that tell you about what was going on, because it turns out it wasn’t the Russians, it was this young guy who, I suspect, who was disgusted by the corruption of the Democratic National Committee. He’s been killed, and apparently nothing serious has been done to investigate his murder. So, I’d like to see how [former FBI director Robert] Mueller is going to define what his assignment is, and if it’s only narrowly Trump, the country will not learn what it needs to learn about foreign involvement in American politics.”
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