This didn’t get much notice in the national news, but I found this VERY hard to believe…
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich, who had recently launched a Republican campaign for governor, fatally shot himself in what police described as an apparent suicide, minutes after inviting reporters to his suburban St. Louis home for an interview.
Schweich’s death Thursday stunned many of Missouri’s top elected officials, who described him as a brilliant and devoted public servant with an unblemished record in office. Just 13 minutes before police received an emergency call from his home, Schweich spoke with The Associated Press about his plans to go public that afternoon with allegations that the head of the Missouri Republican Party had made anti-Semitic comments about him.
Think about it: He calls an interview and 13 minutes later he kills himself? Sure. Right. That’s how suicidal people do it. Especially the really intelligent ones.
Last year, during the mid-term elections, out of all the politicians that had their faces on TV, THIS man seemed the most promising. He was straight forward, almost what you would call a tea party man for the people. He was passionate, and a fighter. He promised to go after all the corruption in Missouri…
He was going to run for Governor, and he would have beat Nixon hands down.
It’s important for the democrats AND the Rino’s to keep their people in the leader positions, so there is a big sigh in the “Missouri will go our way” camp of upcoming Presidential elections.
Was this man….killed by orders from above?
Or was he deeply depressed?
How stupid are we?
Yes, and they found Lois Lerner’s emails, and ah…they can’t read them…again.
I was looking forward to voting for him.
And yes, I can say that It’s my Nobody’s Opinion that he was “taken” out, because when it comes to power, we have seen it all…there’s only so many coincidences that can happen in the space and time continuum, and the ledger on coincidences are way out of whack.
In the meantime, they have already I’m sure, working on the wife’s story.