New York resident who claimed to have dirt on Hillary Clinton dies of coronavirus

New York man who said he had information that could lead to the arrest of Hillary Clinton died of COVID-19

If there’s one thing we know beyond the shadow of a doubt, it’s that Hillary Clinton did nothing wrong – and neither did Joe Biden for the matter. That being said, there were reports from New York regarding a resident who claimed to have information that could lead to the arrest of Hillary Clinton.

He took to twitter immediately, claiming that he was not suicidal. This is a common tactic used by people who claim to have dirt on the former presidential nominee. They typically are overcome by guilt and shame that, sadly, they take their own lives.

This individual, however, made it clear that he was not suicidal and planned to release these allegations the following morning. He made the tweet at 3:02 PM on April 15th and was found dead of coronavirus at 3:14 PM that same day – not more than 15 minutes later.

It appeared to have been a rapid onset of covonavirus symptoms, given the fact that he hadn’t tested positive for the virus and appeared to not show any symptoms until he posted the tweet.

This just goes to show how dangerous COVID-19 is and how so many more lives would have been saved if Trump wasn’t such a bigoted misogynist. This is why we must write in Bernie Sanders in the general election in November.

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