Huffington Post editor David Seaman has had his publishing rights revoked after writing a story about Hillary Clinton’s health that included a video report on her odd behaviors. The Huffington Post is a well known left leaning reporting website, actually they are pretty far left, that typically publishes stories that portray Hillary in a positive light, while portraying Trump negatively.
On Sunday, David Seaman posted a video on YouTube after he found out his publishing rights to Huffington Post had been revoked, and his two previously articles on Hillary’s health had been deleted. He was clearly distraught in his video, stating that he was “scared” and “spooked”.
Apparently David’s article about Hillary’s health didn’t fit their narrative that any talk about this subject is driven by “alt right conspiracy theorists”.
David Seaman has been publishing articles for Huffington Post for a long time and has had hundreds of stories published under his name.
Huffington Post, where I was a contributor, they have revoked my publishing access and they’ve deleted both of my articles that were published earlier over the weekend. Both of my articles have been pulled without notice of any kind. Just completely deleted from the internet. And both of those articles mention Hillary’s health which is both a hashtag on Twitter and I linked to a video that a YouTuber, Paul Joseph Watson, had uploaded back on August 4th showing signs that Hillary Clinton’s health is quite poor.”
“Whenever a video concerning a presidential candidate’s health is viewed more that 3.5 million times somebody who is under contract to the Huffington Post and AOL should be able to link out to that.”
Apparently David is familiar with Hillary’s past and the tendency for people involved in her organizations to suffer from “suicide” or ailments that cause their sudden death. Seaman goes on to state that he is now “spooked” and scared, making a point to tell the world that he is not suffering from any health problems, not suicidal and not clumsy, indicating that if he were to die from some sort of strange accident in the coming months, then suspect foul play.
“I’ve honestly never seen anything like this. This is happening in the United States in 2016. It’s frankly chilling. I’m a little scared. I’m doing this video also to say, I’m not suicidal right now; I am not a particularly clumsy person; I don’t own a car at the moment. So if I’m to slip in the shower over the next couple of days or something silly like that you have to really employ probability and statistics here because I’m not a clumsy person, right, and I’m also not a depressed person right now. I’m a person who is spooked out though.”
“For Huffington Post to delete those posts without any notice, that is Orwellian. That is something I’ve read about happening in mainland China.”
David included a video from Infowar’s editor Paul Joseph Watson in his article that outlined all of the video clips of Hillary behaving strangely, at times looking to suffer from mini seizures, confusion and lose of balance. Perhaps showing the country unedited clips of Hillary Clinton behaving oddly was just too “extreme” for Huffington Post, and in true 1984 style, the story has been permanently deleted.
Thankfully there is a web cached copy here.
This is the clip that David Seaman posted to YouTube, he seems rather shocked that the mainstream media would censor any real information that portrays Hillary Clinton in a negative manner, but to those who have been following the coverage of Donald Trump is should come as no surprise.
Has David’s eyes been opened to the shadowy world of media manipulation that tows whatever narrative the government is pushing? Let’s hope that more voters, who typically only watch their nightly news channel, will get the message that the press are spinning stories in Hillary’s favor while twisting headlines to hurt Trump.
In case you wanted to view the video on Hillary’s health from Paul Joseph Watson that was included in David’s article, here it is:
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