Christopher Sign is the reporter who broke the bombshell story about former President Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch having a secret meeting on the tarmac ahead of the Benghazi report. Like many other people who have crossed the Clintons, Mr. Sign is dead. An apparent suicide.
Hey man those are just facts. If you CHOOSE to draw a conclusion about the relationship between the concepts of “crossing the Clintons” and “being dead” then that’s on you.
Here’s more, via the Washington Times:
The Saturday morning death of Christopher Sign, 45, is being investigated as a suicide, Hoover police Lt. Keith Czeskleba told Alabama news outlets.
Birmingham TV station WBMA, where Mr. Sign had worked as a news anchor since 2017, confirmed the death without specifying the cause.
His previous job had been as a reporter and anchorman for Phoenix TV station KNXV, where he broke the news of the Clinton-Lynch meeting in June 2016 at that city’s Sky Harbor Airport.
Barely a week after the meeting, Ms. Lynch announced that the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s using a private email server while secretary of state would end with no charges.
Mrs. Clinton was the Democratic presidential nominee then and the meeting raised suspicions that Mr. Clinton was lobbying Ms. Lynch on his wife’s behalf or getting inside information.
Both parties denied wrongdoing, saying they just made small talk.
Mr. Sign wrote a book about the encounter, “Secret on the Tarmac,” which he had said made targets out of his family.
Here’s Sign’s on-air report from the day he broke the story.
The New York Post’s article doesn’t sound like it’s describing someone suicidal.
Sign’s Instagram account told the story of a devoted dad, with photos showing him spending quality time with his family as recently as last week.
Jamie Hale, the network’s sports anchor, tweeted the sad story with a message of grief.
“I can’t believe we have an article with this title,” she wrote Saturday. “It doesn’t feel real. We were in the office together last night cutting up like we always do.
“I don’t understand why,” Hale continued. “I can’t talk about you in the past tense. The grief today is unbearable.”
And remember, the Clinton cadre wasn’t cool with his reporting.
“We knew something had occurred that was a bit unusual,” Sign told “Fox & Friends” in February 2020, ahead of the book’s release. “It was a planned meeting. It was not a coincidence.”
Sign went on to tell Fox that the investigation made his life a living hell, with his family receiving death threats.
“My family received significant death threats shortly after breaking this story,” he said. “Credit cards hacked. You know, my children, we have code words. We have secret code words that they know what to do.”
It’s a lot of interesting data points converging in this story, possibly leading one to draw conclusions which I, myself, am CERTAINLY NOT ENDORSING HERE.
Although Lauren Boebert does have some thoughts.
Why is it that so many who cross the Clinton Crime Syndicate end up dead? pic.twitter.com/9vAlXeLX24
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) June 13, 2021
A fascinating but ultimately heartbreaking story. A husband and father whose life is cut short at age 45. Someone who had friends who will miss him, family who loved him, and who did his job as a journalist only to suffer for it when it was unfavorable to Democrats.
A familiar story. And a tragic one.