Do you believe in coincidences? How many?

Posted April 29th, 2012 by Jim Ettwein

I’m sure that many of us thought strange things when Andrew Breitbart died the day that Sheriff Arpaio was going to release evidence that O’s birth cert was forged.

At the time Breitbart said he had revealing videos of Obama and ties to radical communists.

Then his death was ruled “natural causes” by the LA Coroner. (seemed strange to me, too.)

Now one of the medical examiners – Michael Cormier – who worked on the Breitbart case has died of arsenic poisoning. He checked into a LA hospital with severe stomach pains, was kept overnight, released, and checked into another hospital when the pain got worse.  He went into a coma and died – on April 20th, the same day that Breitbart’s cause of death was made public.

Sometimes coincidences are coincidences, sometimes they’re just too much to be believed.

What do you think? I’m not sure what I think. I’m almost afraid to think about it. rr

2 Responses to “Do you believe in coincidences? How many?”

  1. Iron Mike

    Yet another case of Obamacide!

  2. Jim Buba

    If memory serves me correctly, JFK promised to expose the ‘Secret Societies’ that were working tirelessly to overthrow the United States on or about 6 November, 1963.

    We all know what happened to JFK and the nation as a result of LBJ’s ascent to power.

    Brietbart’s death was unnatural and to be sure of the ‘Warren Cmmission-esque’ ruling, there can be no leaks. Much like all of Clinton’s and Obama’s school chums, he has met an early death.

    Just another thing to make you think ‘Huh?’.

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