The death of author Christopher Sign could be linked to the Clinton Crime Syndicate, Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) suggested on Twitter.
Posting a clip of one of Sign’s Fox News interview, Rep. Boebert on Sunday commented, “Why is it that so many who cross the Clinton Crime Syndicate end up dead?”
In the clip posted by Boebert, Sign, 45, discussed how he returned to work at a local news station after he and his family had been receiving death threats over his book, “Secret on the Tarmac,” which exposed Bill Clinton’s secret meeting on the tarmac with former US Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
“My family received significant death threats shortly after breaking this story,” Sign said.
“Credit cards hacked. My children, we have codewords, we have secret codewords that they know what to do.
“That’s why I came back to WBMA ABC 33/40 in Birmingham because when I was enduring the death threats it was my former Alabama football family and my teammates, my coaches who circled around me.”
The book discusses how Clinton illegally met with Lynch to seek leniency in the Justice Department’s investigation into his wife, Hillary Clinton’s, private email server.
A description for the book reads:
The plan was perfect. No cameras, no microphones, no prying eyes and plenty of security. The setting for a clandestine meeting could not have been better. Former President Bill Clinton exited Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s private plane 20-minutes after he boarded. Both thought they got away with it. Both were wrong. Amid a heated Presidential race, federal investigations involving emails and Benghazi and society looking for clarity on the future of the country, the secret tarmac meeting would only complicate things. The secret meeting would have never been revealed if it weren’t for a veteran journalist and a trusted source. It wasn’t the Emmys, Murrows or Associated Press awards, it was decades of experience and relationships that led to the moment Christopher Sign broke the story of the secret tarmac meeting.
Sign was reportedly found dead at his home in Alabama on Saturday morning, with preliminary rulings designating the death an “apparent suicide.”
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