By Shawn Rice
Hillary Clinton and Chelsea Clinton dying in a boating accident that was sabotaged is fake news. There is no truth to a report that mother and daughter died following an accident on a boat. Where did this fake news originate?
America’s Last Line of Defense published the article on July 29, 2017, reporting that the mother and daughter died in a boating accident. You can read the fake news below.
Captain John Harkness was in command of the 32-foot yacht Hillary and Chelsea Clinton were enjoying themselves on when it suddenly jumped to full throttle and veered directly into a small marina. The accident, just offshore from Port Weatherly, North Dakota, was the first fatal crash on the state’s coast in over a decade.
At first, investigators were considering the possibility that the captain fell asleep at the wheel when they found an electronic device attached to the boat’s avionics and sonar array. The device had the ability to “remotely control the operation of the craft from any mobile device.”
It didn’t matter that the craft was at such a tiny Lake Huron port or that the closest major city is Piedmont. The device was military grade sophisticated and worth more than $200K on the black market. Special Agent Lucas Enlaura of the FBI told LLOD’s Skip Tetheluda:
“This was as professional a hit as you can possibly get. Now comes the fun part. Going down the list of people who would want to cause Hillary Harm. I know where we can get a list of about 62 million of them.”
She’s right. Hillary Clinton is the most unpopular person to have ever run for office. She was bullied onto the Senate in a district where your neighbor’s dog has a better chance of being counted than you do if you’re a conservative.
The investigation will start with the obvious, Bill Clinton, and then should focus on Benghazi so we can finally get some answers.
However, there is no truth to the above story. A simple search verifies that no major media outlet reported on this incident concerning the deaths of both Hillary and Chelsea Clinton. Something of this nature would certainly be making headlines if there were any truth to it.
Here are some examples of people sharing the fake news on social media.
— wheelock,roscoe (@WheelockR) July 30, 2017
— Hillary Clinton News (@Hillarizer) July 29, 2017
The Last Line of Defense, a web site known to publish only fabricated news. Last Line of Defense’s disclaimer states the following:
DISCLAIMER: America’s Last Line of Defense is a satirical publication that uses the imagination of liberals to expose the extreme bigotry and hate and subsequent blind gullibility that festers in right-wing nutjobs. We present fiction as fact and our sources don’t actually exist. Names that represent actual people and places are purely coincidental and all images should be considered altered and do not in any way depict Go to the full article.
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