Conspiracy theories abound regarding suspicious deaths of people who had close ties to the Clinton family.
The most famous of course is Vince Foster, a partner at the Rose Law Firm with Hillary, and a deputy legal council for the White House with deep knowledge of the Clinton’s inner workings, who mysteriously “committed suicide” when the Clinton’s found themselves embroiled in the Travel Staff and Whitewater financial scandals.
Then there was John Ashe, a former president of the United Nations General Assembly, who had an unfortunate “gym accident” just days before he was set to testify against Hillary in a corruption case in 2016. The U.N. claimed he’d died from a heart attack, but local police officers later disputed that claim, saying instead he died from a workout accident that crushed his throat. That’s a helluva bench press.
Well, Snopes and Politifact can pooh-pooh these theories all they want, but one member of the Clinton inner circle feared for his life enough to make a video with secret testimony to be smuggled to friends and family should he meet an untimely end.
The Daily Mail reports, A Chinese-American businessman at the center of a Clinton campaign finance scandal secretly filmed a tell-all video as an ‘insurance policy’ – because he feared being murdered.
In footage provided exclusively to DailyMail.com, Johnny Chung spills details on how he illegally funneled money from Chinese officials to Bill Clinton’s 1996 re-election bid.
The Chinese-American Clinton fundraiser recorded the ‘elaborate videotaped testimony’ while in hiding in 2000.
He smuggled it to trusted friends and family with instructions to release it to the media in the event of his untimely death because he believed he was at risk of being assassinated.
Chung is believed to still be alive and living in China.
In the never-before-released footage, Chung described how he feared for his life after he publicly admitted to funneling money from Chinese officials to President Bill Clinton’s 1996 reelection campaign.
According to a new book by Doug Wead called “Game of Thorns,” which traces Hillary Clinton’s unsuccessful 2016 campaign and the Chinese government’s long-running operation to buy political influence in Washington, Chung was persuaded to film the ‘insurance’ video by a former government official who visited him while he was in hiding and told him that his ‘odds of survival actually increased by going public.’
Yikes. One has to wonder how many other people are quaking in their boots – or hiding in exile because they fear retribution from the Clintons.
Damn good thing she’s not our president.
[Note: This article was written by Michele Hickford]