“Gaslighting is a form of manipulation that seeks to sow seeds of doubt in a targeted individual or members of a group, hoping to make targets question their own memory, perception, and sanity.”
Video of Seth Rich Emerges, Rich Notes Concerns Over Voter Fraud
“Seth Rich, with the DNC. I think some of you had spoken about provisional ballots and rejected ballots — I guess we have looked at, as an outside practitioner with a vested interest in training our voters, how do we get better access to data that tells us why ballots are rejected — why ballots are cast as provisional — so we can analyze that and develop better training guides?”
Seth Rich’s concern over provisional ballots and fraud were well-founded, and became a controversial issue in California’s primary, 2016. See California Suspends A Critical Method To Prevent Voter Fraud
So what researchers inadvertently found a correlation between belief in a botched robbery narrative in the Seth Rich murder and imbecility? They were a pretty respectable group. It was an all-volunteer group of current and former George Washington University forensic psychology graduate students and instructors that came out, in force, to point out the obvious, and then some.
Who The Profiling Project is – An all-volunteer group of current and former George Washington University forensic psychology graduate students and instructors. Why we came together – To aid the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police (MPD) utilizing forensic psychology skills and tools in hopes of providing at least one actionable item to MPD. What we found – After a three-month review and investigation into the death of Seth Rich, The Profiling Project notes the following:
1. Seth’s death does not appear to be a random homicide
2. Seth’s death does not appear to be a robbery gone bad
3. Seth death was more likely committed by a hired killer or serial murderer
4. There may be additional video surveillance of the crime and crime scene
5. The resolution of prosecuting the individual(s) responsible appears to be
hindered both actively and passively
6. Seth’s killer(s) most likely remains free within the community
The hindrance, surprise, is coming mostly from the DNC and ironically, the person Seth Rich risked his life for: Bernie Sanders. In the cruelest irony, even President Trump has shown more genuine interest than Sanders in finding the killer or killers. The DNC can only hide behind the pretext they are doing everything they’re doing in terms of hindrance only to spare them more grief over their murdered son, which in due time, will reveal his death came at the hands of the monster speaking in their name.
The bottom line is, the grief of one family should be respected, but that grief does not supersede the fate of the nation and free elections in America. The DNC is using the Rich family as human shields. Moreover, in a very real sense, every time pro bono “legal aid” Brad Bauman opens his mouth, he kills Seth Rich again. We also have two key players (recipient and possible conduit) say it was Seth Rich, with one even willing to testify, Kim Dotcom. Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange virtually confirmed it was Rich in an interview. It’s time to ask about intimidation and DNC gaslighting of a grieving family. So why the obstruction? to spare the Rich family more grief? Or is it a tacit threat from Bauman, since they caused the grief and could easily bring more? You see, in organized crime, these high-level, deliberately obvious obstructions are palpable for a reason: to intimidate. Mike Cernovich put it best: in contrast to Wikileaks, the DNC has offered $0 reward, $0 for an investigation, but has gone out of its way to “protect” the Rich family from anyone investigating an unsolved murder case wherein they are the logical suspects. The obscenity is staggering.
Now this narrative… it’s probably one of the dumbest theories to ever drip from the rancid jowls of a pair of crooked cops in DC: that the Seth Rich murder was a “botched robbery” and therefore it is essentially solved as long as we chase impossible leads. Most robberies do not result in murder, and most robberies result in theft, and nothing was stolen from Rich. Chief Wiggums couldn’t come up with dumber shit than this. It’s like they had a stupid contest and they’d never settle for a mere participation trophy.
Even the voices in [Louise Mensche’s] head are starting to abandon ship, embarrassed by association.
The fact that they confiscated Seth Rich’s laptop though it was not related to the “botched robbery” speaks volumes.
We also have two key players say it was Seth Rich, with one willing to testify, Kim Dotcom. Julian Assange, the recipient of the data at Wikileaks who would know for sure, strongly hints the source was a murdered 27 year old leaker and Kim Dotcom, the person through whom the data was conveyed, insists it was. The fact that the DC police refuse to even talk to this latter witness means that absolutely nothing outside their false “botched robbery” narrative will be investigated. It also means DNC spin doctor Brad Bauman is clearly gaslighting a grieving, likely intimidated family for political ends. (Gaslighting is a form of manipulation that seeks to sow seeds of doubt in a targeted individual or members of a group, hoping to make targets question their own memory, perception, and sanity.)
The fact that the DC police refuse to even talk to key, logical witnesses for fear of breaking a perversely misleading narrative speaks volumes. Why the obstruction? to spare the Rich family more grief? Or is it a tacit threat from Bauman and the DNC, given all the grief has come from them already in terms of obstruction and intimidation? If intimidated, don’t expect the Rich family to come out and sing praises for the DNC and Bauman, but if they do, if any do, be skeptical as you would be of any family member singing praises for the shadowy man standing close behind him with a gun pressed against his back, the secret hostage urged to smile and pretend that everything is okay as he faces the cameras.
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) October 30, 2016
This implies the murder is solved because in MSM land a theory equals a fact to the donkey dicks infesting the airwaves and print media; morally bankrupt sell-outs sucking up to DNC oligarchs for a scrap at the table. If that “botched robbery” is true then the Rich case was just as well a suicide considering the jaw-dropping idiocy of the media narrative. To call it childish is semantic child abuse, it is so wicked. Maybe it was Russia then? Putin killed Seth Rich to blame it on the DNC? British Pundit Louise Mensche thinks so and is given airtime to defecate orally, projectile style, but then again, even the voices in her head are starting to abandon ship because she’s so fucking unhinged they’re starting to feel embarrassed by association.
Another issue that becomes self-evident is a clear obstruction of justice and accessories after the fact within the department and DNC, and even with media oligarchs under hire by the DNC during the Clinton campaign. There were at least 72 major reporters.
The very fact the DNC has one of their stooges, a crisis spin specialist Brad Bauman, inject himself into the family’s business, uninvited, to spin all evidence away from uncomfortable truths gives one pause for thought. Was the family intimidated? Threatened? This would not be so far-fetched it escapes the realm of likelihood…
The stakes would be high enough and could take down Democrats and Republicans who bet on Hillary as a sure thing for 2016. Is it any wonder so many Republicans pinned their hopes on fooling Americans with the Russia hacked the DNC when all evidence points to a leak?
When even Team Hillary insiders write that that the blame Russia story was thought up by John Podesta and Robbie Mook not even 24 hours after her loss? Here’s an excerpt from insiders in the book “Shattered.”
Then you have Hillary’s campaign manager John Podesta wanting to make an example of a leaker whether or not the suspect was guilty. Think about that. That’s what he represents.
You also had Podesta make a memorial bike rack in honor of Seth Rich, the Panda. Talk about an example.
— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) May 23, 2017