Trump Digs Up Vince Foster

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By Ben Barrack

Hillary and Foster (far left) in earlier days.

Hillary and Foster (far left) in earlier days.

Once again, Donald Trump demonstrates why he’s winning and why former Republican presidential candidates lost. Trump is willing to go where the American people want him to go and where Republican candidates have refused – time and time again – to go.

In an interview, Trump fired a shot across the USS Clintons’ bow when he invoked the mysterious death of Vince Foster, a former partner of Hillary at the Rose Law Firm and then deputy White House counsel. Foster was found dead on July 20, 1993 and the circumstances surrounding his death are extremely suspicious.

The Washington Post quoted Trump as saying:

I don’t bring [Foster’s death] up because I don’t know enough to really discuss it. I will say there are people who continue to bring it up because they think it was absolutely a murder.

That reads like a headline for an article but the Post buried it in the last paragraph.

Ken Starr: Involved in both Foster and Lewinsky Scandal investigations.

Ken Starr: Involved in both Foster and Lewinsky Scandal investigations.

On the heels of targeting Hillary Clinton for her enabling of Bill’s sexual transgressions, Trump didn’t just refuse to back down or even choose to double down. He launched a completely separate salvo against the decades-old Clinton stonewall.

Of all the Vince Foster videos available, the first one below is among the more concise and illustrative. It was produced by CBN News circa 1995. There are several things to take note of when watching.

For example, Patrick Knowlton, who was interviewed for the segment, was a Washington, DC resident at the time and was at the site of Foster’s alleged suicide one hour before Foster’s body was discovered. His account of that time is chilling.

Another prominent figure involved in the investigation was Kenneth Starr (yes, the same Kenneth Starr who was at the tip of the spear in the Monica Lewinsky / perjury scandal involving Bill Clinton in the late 1990’s). Another figure you might recognize was featured in an article by Lynn Woolley earlier this year – Joe diGenova, a former U.S. Attorney appointed by Ronald Reagan. At the time of this video, diGenova believed Foster killed himself but found the circumstances surrounding the investigation extremely curious:

Take a look:

Here is a lengthier documentary on the case of Vince Foster:

If you REALLY want to get into the weeds, you’ll want to check out this video from 1997. It features Christopher Ruddy – who appears in the prior two videos. Perhaps no one understands the details surrounding that case better:

The takeaway here is that the #neverTrump crowd notwithstanding, Trump is hitting the Clintons where they are weakest. As I wrote, should Trump win, he will have dismantled both the Bush and Clinton dynasties, which have come as close to destroying America as anything else ever has.

Republicans have acted like cowards when it comes to those two dynasties.

Perhaps someone like Cruz would make a great president but not now. Trump has demonstrated the courage to clear the deck of scum in ways that even Cruz has not.

These times call for dirty work to be performed against dirty people and Trump is the right guy for the job.

Take a look at this exchange between former Clinton insider Dick Morris and Dennis Michael Lynch. Morris insists that whenever Trump goes after Hillary over Bill’s sexual assaults, it “paralyzes” Hillary, who sees Bill as her campaign manager.

Morris refers to this as a “command and control strike” by Trump.

Again, the #neverTrump crowd doesn’t see the bigger picture. Morris underscores that reality:

As Rush Limbaugh says it, Trump is, “doing the job the American media and the Republican Party won’t do.”

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