Skip to comments.Christopher Sign, Birmingham TV anchor and former Alabama football player, dead in apparent suicide
Posted on 06/12/2021 9:10:59 PM PDT by ameribbean expat
While a reporter and morning anchor at ABC affiliate KNXV-TV in Phoenix, Sign broke the story of the June 2016 secret tarmac meeting between former President Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
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May this unfortunate man rest in peace, and may the Lord comfort his family and friends. He was a very handsome fellow.
That’s what I think too.
Hillary once told me that this whole arkancide thing was just part of a vast right wing conspiracy.
I said I was not sure about that, and she said a thought like that could be the last one I ever had.
if I suddenly stop posting y’all know why
Sad he was a very handsome fella, RIP.
Loretta and bill are high fiving each other right about now.
So they gave him 5 years to live?
If you or someone you know is suffering from reporting dirt on the Clinton’s, call the national suicide hotline at 1-800-273-
My thought exactly as soon as I saw the name and “Clinton”.
two shots to the back of the head
and he also somehow managed to shoot through his picture window too
(i dont know the specifics, i am being sarc b/c of the real clinton death count)
Did you really talk to Hillary?
At this point, I’ll go with any hint or appearance of a tie-in to the Clintons or anyone who thought they were returning a favor.
Hillary:I'd like to place an order for 227 Main St. 11pm Friday
Just put it on my card.
I get it being fun to explore the Clinton angle...
What stands out is the football connection, I have heard of a connection between brain injuries and suicide. I don’t know if it s a real thing or not.
Prayers for his family.
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