Saturday, 15 July 2017

Hillary Clinton Found Dead From Overdose On Opium And Then Ruled A Suicide Is A Death Hoax


Hillary Clinton found dead and then being ruled a suicide is fake news. There is no truth to a report that the former 2016 Democratic presidential candidate was dead from an overdose of opium and that her death was not a murder but rather a suicide. Where did this fake news originate?

The Last Line of Defense published the article on July 13, 2017 reporting that Clinton’s untimely death came at her own hand. You can read text from that fake news article below.

“Mrs. Clinton appears to have died from an overdose of dilaudid. How she got hold of enough hospital grade opiate to kill herself is a mystery, but the signs are clear. The needle had only one set of fingerprints and cameras inside the home confirm she was alone when she died.”

A year ago there would be no question that something was fishy about Clinton committing suicide but now — Hillary Clinton isn’t exactly the face of hope and joy. She had zero future prospects and by all accounts, the feds are closing in on her husband for murdering the woman who died in their guest house on the Chappaqua Property.

For now the media is being silent and waiting for the DNC to tell them what to say. Trump is preparing a statement and Bill Clinton, who hasn’t been seen or heard from throughout this ordeal, is refusing to talk to anyone.

It would almost be poetic justice if it turned out Hillary was a victim of a murder that was made to look like a suicide, wouldn’t it? Still, this kind of thing is awful. At least we won’t have to spend millions to keep her in prison until she’s 90.

However, there was no truth to this story as no major media outlet has reported on Clinton’s death. Certainly, there would have been breaking news if Clinton were indeed dead. Instead, the story originated with the clickbait fake news site “America’s Last Line of Defense.”

Last Line of Defense’s disclaimer states:

DISCLAIMER: America’s Last Line of Defense is a satirical publication that uses the imagination of liberals to expose the extreme bigotry and hate and subsequent blind gullibility that festers in right-wing nutjobs. We present fiction as fact and our sources don’t actually exist. Names that represent actual people and places are purely coincidental and all images should be considered altered and do not in any way depict reality.

This is not the first time that Clinton has been associated with a death hoax. Last year, false reports claimed that Clinton died on September 11, 2016, and was subsequently replaced by a body double during the presidential race. Another report claimed that Clinton had died by suicide before the 2016 presidential election. Both reports were, of course, fake.

What did you think about the fake news that Clinton’s death was ruled a suicide? Did you believe it or see people sharing it falsely on social media? Let us know in the comments section.

Photo credit: Gage Skidmore, Flickra death hoax

Source: B2C

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