A 27-year-old employee for the Democratic National Committee (DNC) was recently found murdered. Seth Conrad Rich was found a few blocks from his home in Washington, DC with multiple gunshot wounds in his back. Rich was found alive by patrol officer, but died soon after from the attack.
Rich was the Voter Expansion Data Director at the DNC and it has been rumored that he had been secretly working to expose the recent cases of election fraud and voter suppression during the primaries this past election season. Police are investigating the murder as if it were an attempted robbery, but social media tells a completely different story. A $25,000 reward has been offered to anyone with knowledge regarding his murder.
— Egypt Built (@HosamDakhakhni) July 12, 2016
Seth Conrad Rich began his career in politics while still attending college where he worked voluntarily with the democratic campaign for U.S. Senator Ben Nelson. After graduation, Rich moved to DC and continued his career in politics working as a pollster for the DNC. Due to his work on a project to increase access to voting poll stations, he quickly moved up to his latest position. On Rich’s LinkedIn page (since been removed) he states, “I have an enormous interest in public service and working towards making the world a better place.”
On July 12th, a twitter post surfaced claiming that Rich had been “assassinated” due to his investigations into the voter fraud cases. The post also included a video published on Youtube by BNO News the day before. In the video which is under 2 minutes long, the facts are laid out for us, but there is no mention of the voter fraud investigation. The allegation of such could just be a social media generated conspiracy theory.
Police have not identified any suspects and without a motive to the killing they aren’t expecting to name a suspect anytime soon, but the voter fraud conspiracy still holds some weight as we have seen several allegations of voter fraud being thrown at the Democrat Party and more specifically Hillary Clinton.
A candlelight vigil was held today for Seth Conrad Rich where many friends, family and co-workers were in attendance. One man who spoke during the gathering expressed his concern with crime in the area, “This could have happened to me.” He went on to urge the local police to do more in the neighborhood than to simply “cruise by in cars.”
— Michelle Basch (@mbaschWTOP) July 14, 2016
This reporter found the subject of voter election fraud fascinating. I spent the night watching videos and reading testimonies of these conspiratorial things. It was a rabbit hole that I soon found myself trapped in with no way of escape. The evidence that I saw was quite strong, but I leave that notion to the assumption of the reader.