Laura Ingraham was on Fox & Friends this morning and weighed in on the latest DNC debacle, where a staff member was gunned down last July. As we previously reported, he HAD been in contact with WikiLeaks.
The family hired a private investigator who made the discovery, stating that there was tangible evidence on the staffer’s laptop.
Ingraham said it is “bizarre” that D.C. police have insisted that Rich’s murder was a robbery gone bad when there appears to be no evidence to suggest that.
“He happened to work for the DNC, rumored to have had contacts with WikiLeaks. And then he’s shot in the back and nobody takes his cell phone, his wallet, just found in the street in Washington, D.C.,” Ingraham said.
Ingraham pointed out that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange retweeted the Fox 5 report that Rich was communicating with WikiLeaks prior to his death.
“People will say you can’t trust Assange. We don’t know, but this is at least something that’s worth reporting on, isn’t it?” Ingraham said. “It’s an aggressive lack of curiosity on the part of the frothing media that is hellbent on portraying this administration as out-of-control, no discipline, etc. Where’s the follow-up on this story?”