Anthony Bourdain’s Final Interview Involving the Clintons is Raising Questions About His Death

While it has been a couple of months since the death of popular American chef, Anthony Bourdain, but there are still some concerns being raised about the official story of how he died, allegedly having hung himself. Now, with the release of his final interview before his death, it is raising even more questions. These questions deserve to be looked at and addressed so that this beloved chefs death wasn’t in vain.

by Alanna Ketler

The interview featured Bourdain speaking about the Clintons and how the Monica Lewinski scandal was handled, he had also tweeted about experiencing Hillary Clinton’s wrath for speaking out about such topics.

He claims that Bill Clinton was “entitled, rapey, gropey, grabby and disgusting” and Bourdain even expressed he his little respect for Barrack Obama.

Bourdain went as far as describing how he imagined the death of Harvey Weinstein, who his girlfriend, Asia Argento, publicly shared in her Cannes speech of having raped her in 1997.

Journalist Maria Bustillos conducted the final interview with Bourdain, in an Irish Pub, which is all-so-fitting for the celebrity chef.

“He talked about #MeToo and the powerful forces of evil arrayed against decent people, about Rose McGowan, about raising daughters, about the sexual mores of the 1970s,” writes Bustillos. “He told me how he imagined the death of Harvey Weinstein, a hilarious, weirdly specific fantasy that I’ll share with you in a moment. We talked about luxury, too.”

Below is a snippet from the interview with Bourdain expressing his disappointment with Hilary over her statement about Harvey Weinstein.

Bourdain: [W]atching the Clinton apology on Weinstein, and [Asia’s] watching this statement, there was a lot of anticipation. People were really hoping she’d come out with a… I don’t know. Let’s just say with something different. I immediately tweeted my disappointment, very much shaped by what I saw around me. And I will tell you, that was really f***ing frightening, the reaction to that. You know, I voted for her.

Bustillos: I did, too.

Bourdain: I was really disappointed with the statement. But even by expressing that, the way that my comment was turned, very neatly—suddenly I wasn’t expressing disappointment in her statement; I was blaming her for Harvey Weinstein’s crimes. The way that turned very nicely was a good bit of artistry and deeply frightening to me and really, really …

After Bourdain admitted he had “no love for Clinton,” Bustillos asked, “Should we have gotten rid of Bill Clinton after the Lewinsky scandal?” “No,” said Bourdain. But then he said this:

Bourdain: Bill Clinton, look, the bimbo eruptions—it was f***ing monstrous. That would not have flown today. A piece of sh*t. Entitled, rapey, gropey, grabby, disgusting, and the way that he—and she—destroyed these women and the way that everyone went along, and, and are blind to this! Screamingly apparent hypocrisy and venality. How you can on the one hand howl at the moon about all these other predators. And not at least look-back. Okay, let’s say, well, it was all consensual: powerful men, starstruck women, okay fine, let’s accept it at its most charitable interpretation. Fine. He is a very charming man, I met him, he’s f***ing magnetic. As is she. When you’re in the room, you think wow, she’s really warm and nice and funny. But the way they efficiently dismantled, destroyed, and shamelessly discredited these women for speaking their truth is unforgivable. Unforgivable. Why didn’t we get rid of them? We should’ve gotten rid of them back then.

Bourdain also described the death he imagined for Weinstein.

“My theory of how he goes is he’s brushing his teeth in a bathroom, he’s naked in his famous bathrobe, which is flapping open, he’s holding his cell phone in one hand because you never know who on the Weinstein board has betrayed him recently, and he’s brushing his teeth,” he said.

As you can see, Bourdain is clearly disgruntled around many of these matters that are discussed throughout the interview and it’s leaving many to become even more skeptical around Bourdain’s untimely death. Could his contempt for Hilary got him added to the ‘Clinton Body Count?’ This may seem like a bit of a stretch, but there is enough information that would lead one to at least question this theory.

Like with anything, it’s not so much about needing to know the conspiracy in itself as it is to help us break the illusion and shift our consciousness.

When we begin to see the true nature of our reality, who’s in control and what lies we are being told, and we stop buying into them, we begin to empower ourselves and ultimately shift the way we see our world. When we do that, we now don’t fall for the same old tricks, and instead, begin to create a new world entirely through collective consciousness.

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