People may remember that back in 2016, a story broke about Bill Clinton secretly meeting with then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Phoenix tarmac while the 2016 presidential election was approaching and Hillary Clinton was under federal investigation for her mishandling of her classified emails.
Shortly after this meeting between Lynch and Bill Clinton, the investigation suddenly ended, and then-FBI director James Comey came out and recommended that no charges be brought against Hillary Clinton. It has long been suspected that during this meeting between the former president and Obama’s AG, an agreement was reached to quash the investigation and essentially allow Hillary Clinton to get away scot-free.
Christopher Sign was the journalist who originally broke this story.
In yet another mysterious occurrence, the 45-year-old Sign has been found dead. The police are investigating what appears to be a suicide, though the circumstances of the event are extremely suspicious.
Another Name on the Clinton Body Count?
According to AL.com, the 911 center in Hoover, Alabama, received a call at 8:13 a.m. on Saturday, June 12 from a person living on Scout Trace. After police and firefighters responded to the scene, they found Sign dead in his home.
Hoover police lieutenant Keith Czeskleba said that the death is being investigated as a suicide, but this makes Sign only the latest of a long list of people to suddenly “commit suicide” not long after crossing the Clintons or exposing them to embarrassment, the most prominent of which was billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
Seth Rich, the DNC staffer who is suspected of having provided Wikileaks with the information proving that major news networks had been colluding with the Clinton campaign to make Hillary Clinton’s path to victory easier, had died in an apparent “robbery” in which nothing was stolen. In all, there are dozens of others. There are, therefore, some reasons to doubt the angle that Sign really did kill himself, and skepticism about that claim is certainly warranted.
Sign had a relatively successful career as a reporter. He spent much of his career working in Phoenix, Arizona, but in 2017, he decided to move to a local ABC affiliate in Alabama.
In addition to breaking the Clinton tarmac story and writing a high-selling book about the event called “Secret on the Tarmac,” which conclusively proved that the meeting between Lynch and Bill Clinton was planned in advance, Sign also won an Emmy Award in 2014 for breaking a story about the shooting of two Phoenix police officers. He also won an Edward R. Murrow award for his excellent coverage of the so-called “Baseline Killer,” who terrorized Phoenix in the summer of 2016.
When he spoke to Fox News following his breaking of the Clinton tarmac story, he spoke about receiving death threats and harassment for what he had done.
“My family received significant death threats shortly after breaking this story,” Sign said. “Credit cards hacked. You know, my children, we have code words, we have secret code words that they know what to do.”