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With his tweets about Scarborough’s intern, Trump set a trap for Twitter

Even Trump-supporters have wondered about Trump’s tweets implying that MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough had something to do with a young intern’s death in his office when he was still a Florida congressman.  It’s true that Scarborough and his co-host and wife Mika Brzezinksi have spent three years accusing Trump of treasonous collusion with the Russians, but Trump’s venom still seemed strange.

I, however, don’t think it was strange at all.  Trump is one of the most calculating, rational people ever to occupy the White House.  He’s been faced with a serious problem, which is the fact that the immensely powerful social media giants, which are the gateway to most information nowadays, have already begun trying to sway the election to Biden.  Legislatively, thanks to three years of Russiagate and the current hostile House, Trump has been powerless.

So Trump set a trap.  On Wednesday, the Twitter mouse took the bait.

The ostensible story is about Lori Klausutis, 28, who worked in Scarborough’s Fort Walton Beach congressional office from 1999 to 2001.  On July 20, 2001, when Scarborough was out of town, Klausutis’s body was found in the office.  Because of a very bizarre medical examiner, it wasn’t clear how Klausutis died, making her death ripe for different theories.

Read the full story from American Thinker

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