Anthony Bourdain Tweeted Ominous Warning About Hillary Clinton’s ‘Wrath’ – One Month Before He Died

It sounds like a wild conspiracy theory, but Anthony Bourdain warned about feeling the wrath of Hillary Clinton’s “operatives,” just a month before he committed suicide in France.

Clinton has been accused over the years of being responsible for the mysterious deaths of several individuals who posed a threat to her, from Vince Foster to Seth Rich. Those rumors have remained firmly in the realm of speculation, as no real evidence has ever been found to implicate Hillary in any wrong doing.

However, the jokes are often made whenever someone notable dies, which usually consists of “What did they know about Hillary” or joking the person had recently claimed to have evidence implicating Hillary Clinton’s criminality.

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While Bourdain’s passing is no laughing matter, and the evidence points to suicide, the fact that he recently referenced experiencing the “wrath” of Hillary Clinton operatives is a disturbing coincidence that will get conspiracy theorists talking.

In a May Twitter exchange with another individual, a discussion of President Donald Trump turned to Hillary. That is when Bourdain made this ominous observation: “I am in no way an HRC fan. I’ve been on the receiving end of her operatives’ wrath. And it ain’t fun,” he tweeted.

At the time, Bourdain did not elaborate as to what he was referring to, but it may have had something to do with Harvey Weinstein.

True Pundit has discovered that as the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke last year, many criticized Hillary for her long-time friendship with him. Bourdain tweeted that Clinton likely knew of the rumors of Weinstein’s lurid behavior, but took his large donations anyway.

That set off a lot of blowback from Hillary supporters. That included Brian Fallon, Clinton’s spokesman, who tweeted this.

According to True Pundit, Bourdain continued to get some hate from Hillary supporters over his comments.

While it is a stretch to link that incident to his death, it certainly gives one pause.

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