Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
In the days leading up to the anti-Iran (anti-Russia) sanctions bill, the Deep State made its move.
They have left seemingly innocuous tributes purposely designed to distract and to conceal infiltration by fresh faced saboteurs.
We shouldn’t be surprised because we knew draining the swamp wasn’t going to be easy.
The Deep State objective: Attempt to surreptitiously usher Trump into the globalist fold as they ease and tighten the ‘collusion’ narrative like a tailor would with a custom suit.
For an example, the talk about Mikhail Lesin. Mikhail Lesin was a media man. Murdered in DuPont circle in 2015 under mysterious circumstances. He was supposedly scheduled to meet with the DOJ (according to a new article by Buzzfeed), at a hotel room that the DOJ paid for. But before that could happen, he was murdered. This is now popping up on social media because of Buzzfeed.
Initial reports claimed that Lesin died of a heart attack, but 5 months after, the New York Times (surprise surprise), posted on its website that Lesin was killed through blunt force Trauma. They claimed that the ‘Russian Media’ had ‘covered’ that fact up.
It took more than four months for the city’s medical examiner to announce the cause of death. It was not a heart attack, as the Russian news media initially reported, but rather “blunt force injuries.” But the autopsy left the manner of death undetermined
Lesin was found dead before noon on Thursday, November 5, 2015, in The Dupont Circle Hotel in Washington, D.C. with no gunshot wounds. He was found without any identification in a hotel room that was in his name.[i] The original police report indicated an unknown victim in the room which was booked in his name. After much time, a member from the Russian Embassy in Washington, D.C., confirmed the identity of the individual as Mikhail Yuriyevich Lesin. A law enforcement official said there were no obvious signs of forced entry or foul play in his hotel room and that on the video surveillance, Lesin appeared disheveled when he returned to his hotel room
So how did the ‘Russian media’ cover up the ‘blunt force trauma,’ if Lesin was found by the DC Police, and the death was documented by DC reporters?
Here is an RT article on Lesin that was published on Nov 7, 2015.
Mikhail Lesin, a prominent Russian political figure and mass media expert credited with inspiring the creation of Russia Today (now RT), has died in Washington, DC after a heart attack.
Lesin, a former press minister and ex-head of Gazprom-Media, Russia’s largest media holding, died at the age of 57 on Wednesday, according to family members. “Mikhail Lesin died from a heart stroke,” a family member told RIA Novosti.
Meanwhile, TASS has reported that Lesin was found dead in his hotel room in Washington, DC, citing the Russian Embassy in the US. Police found no signs of foul play, but a formal investigation has been launched. It has been reported that Lesin had been suffering from a prolonged unidentified illness.
Now go back to the NYTimes article. Notice that it conveniently excluded the chain of custody from the point of discovery of Lesin’s body at the hotel room, to the public release of information to the media? For some reason, the NYT did not want facts to interfere with the propaganda. And incidentally, the police had found no signs of foul play. This is where the DC police were already covering things up.
In that NYT article, they added a tidbit about a cleaner. This was a story from a Sergei Vasilyev whom the Kommersant interviewed.
Mr. Lesin was visited in his room on the night of Nov. 4 by a security guard who, finding him drunk, tried to help him into bed, Mr. Vasilyev said, but Mr. Lesin resisted. The next morning he was found dead in his room by a cleaner.
What an odd thing to add to the bottom of a long winded article.
TheGuardian – Oct, 2016
NYT -Apr, 2016
TIME/TheGuardian – Mar, 2016
But now out of the blue, the story has resurfaced again. Buzzfeed claims that 3 FBI agents (who remain anonymous), and 1 US Intelligence officer (who remains anonymous), got word from an anonymous colleague (probably Wolf Blitzer from CNN), that Lesin’s death was an assassination.
But the two FBI agents — as well as a third agent and a serving US intelligence officer — said Lesin was actually bludgeoned to death. None of these officials were directly involved in the government’s investigation, but they said they learned about it from colleagues who were.
“Lesin was beaten to death,” one of the FBI agents said. “I would implore you to say as much. There seems to be an effort here to cover up that fact for reasons I can’t get into.”
It’s a NOSHITSHERLOCK moment because everybody was talking about this back in March 2016. Buzzfeed simply chose this specific moment to rehash the story.
Here’s what the Guardian wrote back in March 2016.
Lesin’s body was found in November in a room at the Dupont Circle Hotel, in an upmarket neighbourhood that contains foreign embassies and policy thinktanks. Russia’s RT television quoted family members at the time as saying he had died of a heart attack after long-term illnesses.
Lesin was a powerful figure on the Russian political scene but lived most of his life in the shadows. While anyone in the political or media world knew him or at least knew his reputation, he was not a household name and rarely spoke publicly.
“Everything gets stranger and stranger,” Alexei Venediktov, the editor-in-chief of Ekho Moskvy radio wrote on Twitter about the news that Lesin had died of a blow to the head. The liberal radio station had been part of the Gazprom Media empire which Lesin controlled, and the pair had a public bust-up over editorial policy in 2014.
Russia had repeatedly asked for information, but no replies were given.
Yury Melnik, a spokesman for the Russian embassy in Washington, said in a statement: “In the past several months the Russian embassy … repeatedly requested through diplomatic channels information regarding the progress of investigation of the death of the Russian citizen. No substantial information has been provided.”
Now go back to the NYT article.
On the morning of Nov. 5, Mr. Lesin was found dead inside a hotel room in Washington, where he had been invited to attend a fund-raising dinner for the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in the city’s West End two nights before.
He never appeared at the event. Nor did he respond to phone calls or a text message from the fellow Russian who had invited him, Pyotr Aven, a banker and philanthropist who was honored at the dinner, at which sponsorships were $10,000.
Now look at how Buzzfeed changed the story.
media czar was murdered in Washington, DC, on the eve of a planned meeting with the US Justice Department, according to two FBI agents whose assertions cast new doubts on the US government’s official explanation of his death.
They can’t even get their conspiracies straight.
When Sputnik first got word of Lesin’s death, they were improperly notified of the location.
Sputnik’s article on the 6th says Moscow, Sputnik’s article on the 7th says Washington. Sputnik was among all the other global news outlets who came in last to receive word of Lesin’s assassination. This does not look like a ‘cover up’ by Russian media to me. Even Russia was caught off guard by Lesin’s death.
Up to this point, this blog post has not posited any theories. Only the facts up to this point.
If you ask me, the ((Deep State)) killed him to throw the public off the trail of Hillary. It was their attempt to make it seem like Putin was sending assassins to the US. And now they’re still lying about it. They killed a man, and they blamed Russia for it. What a bunch of disgusting people.
Remember this was during the FOIA release of Hillary Clinton’s Benghazi e-mails. It was during this same week that the media had been lit up with news about Hillary e-mailing Chelsea with an admission that she knew “Two of our officers were killed in Benghazi by an al-Queda like group.” It was during this time that the public discovered that Chelsea went by the pseudonym “Diane Reynolds.”
In short, the DeepState seeks to implant fear into the minds of President Trump and Trump’s detractors. The Deep State wants Trump (and the lefties included), to think that the Russians are now after him because of the anti-Iran (anti-Russia) sanctions bill. This is to whip up fear and paranoia.
The insinuation that Russia is going after Trump could not be farther from the truth, and the evidence we have is the trail of fake newsery and all the false fingerpointing that Buzzfeed has displayed all the way back since the beginning of 2016.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Police on Saturday said they were investigating the death of a Russian media mogul who helped found the Kremlin-run news channel RT and who was found dead in his hotel in Washington, D.C. on Thursday.
Mikhail Lesin, who was formerly the top media affairs minister for the Russian government, died of a “heart stroke,” a family member reportedly told RIA Novosti.
In a statement Saturday, the Metropolitan Police Department confirmed Lesin, 59, had been found dead.
“Members of the Second District and D.C. Fire and EMS responded to the area for the report of an unconscious person,” police said. “Upon arrival, they located an adult male unconscious and unresponsive. D.C. Fire and EMS found no signs consistent with life.”
Police did not specify the name of the hotel where Lesin was found, saying only he had been found on the 1500 block of New Hampshire Avenue. The Dupont Circle Hotel is located on that block.
An autopsy was performed on the body, with an official ruling on the cause of death still pending.
Could they get any more obvious? Fuck.
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