According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's department, poison could have accidentally made its way into Michael Cormier's food supply. Cormier, an L.A. County, forensic technician died the same day that Breitbart's autopsy report was released.
I am asking America to do its homework - "crunch the numbers" if it is able. How often does poison accidentally makes its way into anyone's food supply.
I'm sorry, what could possibly be more important than the fact that the Kardashian's are having marital problems, Snooki had a baby, we've yet to crown the next winners of American Idol and the X Factor, and America just witnessed one of the worst blowouts in Super Bowl history.
Liberal Dems have concluded that it would be a stretch to assume that the deaths of Andrew Breitbart and Michael Cormier might be connected, but what I never hear them speaking about is the tragedy surrounding the loss of an INDIVIDUAL with family and friends regardless of whether or not a connection can be made. Can you say "spiritual deficiency" or "subhuman?"
It is my understanding that an Ivy League school recently concluded that libs, on average, are slower than conservatives in terms of IQ, but now we've further proof that don't feel as deeply either.
Perhaps it was professor Plum, in the study, with a candlestick? Nah, L.A. County Officials have let the cat out of the bag - it was poison.