Journalist Who Broke Story Of Mueller Deleting Text Messages Dies Suddenly, by Richard Enos

Nothing to see here, folks, just move along. From Richard Enos at collectiveevolution.com:

IN BRIEF

  • The Facts:Bre Payton, the journalist who broke the story of Robert Mueller’s team deleting text messages, died very suddenly of a mysterious illness.
  • Reflect On:Can we look at these incidences based on the facts as well as by recognizing patterns, before we jump to either accept or reject possible explanations?

Editor Update Jan 3rd, 2018: We have made a slight change to the title of this article from ‘Mysteriously’ to ‘Suddenly’ as social media comments reflected people were not reading the facts laid out in the article and instead simply reading the headline. This led to falsities being spread about the story including that it was fake news. Nothing in the story has changed as the facts are the facts.

Bre Payton was a writer for the conservative online news magazine The Federalist and a guest commentator on the Fox News Channel. And she was a rising star.

“From the moment we started talking I realized she was a potential star,” Ben Domenech, the publisher of The Federalist, said in an essay on Saturday. “She was raw, yes, but that could be honed. She was eager to learn, to write, and to go places—not because of ambition, but because she wanted to change the world.”

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