Jew Paul Horner’s death is being blamed on an accidental overdose.
So, who fed him the drugs that allegedly killed the man who bragged that his so-called hoax stories helped put Donald Trump in the White House?
If Paul Horner wrote hoax stories as is claimed by the mainstream media, who’s to say for sure that the story of his death isn’t a hoax?
And if it is true, why isn’t anyone looking in the direction of Hillary Clinton, who had a motive to kill Horner?
Excerpt from CBS News
PHOENIX — A leading purveyor of fake news in the 2016 presidential election has died outside Phoenix at the age of 38.
Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Mark Casey said Tuesday authorities discovered Paul Horner dead in his bed on Sept. 18.
Casey said the Maricopa County medical examiner performed an autopsy which showed there were no signs of foul play. He said Horner had a history of prescription drug abuse and that “evidence at the scene suggested this could be an accidental overdose.”
Horner was known for writing false stories and disseminating internet hoaxes that often went viral on Facebook and hoodwinked thousands of people.
They included a story falsely claiming former President Obama was gay and a radical Muslim, and another saying protesters were being paid thousands of dollars to demonstrate at Donald Trump’s campaign rallies.
Horner took on greater prominence during the presidential election when false stories were widely shared on social media during the race between Trump and Hillary Clinton.
In an interview with The Washington Post in 2016, Horner said he thought Trump won the White House because of him. Horner said Trump’s supporters didn’t fact-check his stories before posting them.
“My sites were picked up by Trump supporters all the time. I think Trump is in the White House because of me. His followers don’t fact-check anything — they’ll post everything, believe anything. His campaign manager posted my story about a protester getting paid $3,500 as fact. Like, I made that up. I posted a fake ad on Craigslist,” he told The Washington Post in November.
Even members of President Trump’s inner circle, including Mr. Trump’s son Eric and then-campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, shared links to Horner’s content. Horner’s stories also made their way to Google News, known to feature stories from reputable news sources.
J.J., Horner’s brother, said Paul considered his work satire and explained that his brother’s unique eye for hoaxes and hypocrisy at a young age later worked as clickbait in the internet world.
“So I think that was a lot of the genius behind a lot of his work was pushing ideas that either people wanted to believe or thought was possible,” J.J. said.
Casey said toxicology reports from the medical examiner’s office are still pending. The case will remain open until those results are known and a cause of death is finalized.
His stories had an “enormous impact” on the 2016 U.S. presidential election according to CBS News; they consistently appeared in Google’s top news search results, were shared widely on Facebook, and were taken seriously and shared by third parties such as Trump presidential campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, Eric Trump, ABC News, and Fox News. Horner later claimed that his work during this period was intended “to make Trump’s supporters look like idiots for sharing my stories”.
Actually, Horner’s stories weren’t total hoaxes. Obama is a homosexual. He’s more likely to be a Jew than a Muslim, however. And people were paid to protest at Trump rallies.
Horner shouldn’t have bragged that the put Trump in the White House. It’s not the sort of thing that Hillary Clinton would take lightly.