'Clinton Cash' Author Worries He'll Be Killed By 'The Clinton Machine'
May 5, 2015

If my eyes rolled any harder at this crap they'd roll back inside my head. KochHead Peter Schweizer, author of the thoroughly-debunked "Clinton Cash" book, is drumming up support for his lying ways by worrying that he'll be killed by the Clintons.

Peter Schweizer and conservative radio host Dana Loesch speculated that Schweizer could be murdered by "the Clinton machine" over his new book Clinton Cash.

During a May 4 appearance on The Dana Show, Loesch told Schweizer "there is always that concern for anyone who goes up against the Clinton machine that they could be Vince Fostered" and asked if he considered that possibility when "getting himself security." Schweizer replied: "Yeah, I mean look -- there are security concerns that arise in these kinds of situations."

Schweizer added that the security decision was made by his group, the Government Accountability Institute, and the "reality is we've touched on a major nerve within the Clinton camp. They are very, very upset, and they are pulling out all the stops to attack me in an effort to kill this book off."

Pesky freedom of speech only goes one way for wingers. It's totally not okay to expose his ties to the Mercer Foundation and the Koch wing of the Republican party in order to dig in a little to his motives. That somehow shifts in his shifty little mind from fact-checking to death squads.

Projecting again, Peter? Cartels and thug tactics are the work of the right wing, not the left.

Listen to him whine to Dana Loesch:

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