Maltese Journalist Who Published Clinton-Linked Panama Papers Dies in Car Bomb Explosion


During an interview in October 2017, Hillary Rodham-Clinton told Charlie Rose that she hoped that President Trump had not already begun ordering the killing of journalists.  Foreign governments today are actually doing just that.

Governments abroad, like Russia and China, have been making journalists who are critical of them “disappear” for quite some time and it would not be the first time in American history that an adversarial relationship was established between the president and the mainstream press. No doubt that Hillary was trying to malign our President by associating him with such countries and events.

Malta, a tiny island nation about 60 miles south of the southern-most tip of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea, boasts that it’s country has provided the European Union with a stable economy and supporter of its many agreements and decrees.  But a darker history has been revealed by Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia through the now-infamous Panama Papers.

Read on the next page how this investigative journalist has been suddenly and brutally murdered in a car bomb explosion near her home and how this has ties to both the Clintons, Barack Obama, Eric Holder, James Comey, John Podesta, and Bill De Blasio!

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