What Happens When You Investigate Election Fraud in Florida? The Bizarre Murder of Beranton J. Whisenant Jr.
Investigating election/voter fraud in Florida can be a dangerous task. If U.S. District Attorney Beranton Whisenant were still alive he’d tell you from personal experience.
Arguably, however, most Americans have never heard about the DNC voter fraud, mainly because the mainstream media is camped out on the alleged collusion between Trump’s campaign and Russia. Shrouded in mystery, one of the DNC lawsuit’s most jaw-dropping events occurred May 24, when the body of U.S. District Attorney Beranton J. Whisenant, Jr. was found on a Hollywood, Florida beach.
When his body was originally found, police announced they were investigating Whisenant’s death from a head wound as a homicide, but detectives and the medical examiner reported this week that the married father of three “had shot himself in the head,” according to The Sun Sentinel.
And just like that… A story that might have made national headlines was dead before ever achieving much media attention.
Funny how that happens!
Here’s an excerpt from my previous article “Dead Men Tell No Tales in Broward County: 3 Recent Whistleblowers Who Ended Up DEAD“…
A federal prosecutor from the U.S. attorney’s office in Miami who happened to be investigating voter fraud has been found dead along a Hollywood Florida beach, and it’s being investigated as a homicide.
According to Hollywood police spokeswoman Miranda Grossman, although the “investigation is still very preliminary,” 37-year-old Beranton J. Whisenant Jr. likely suffered a head wound from a gunshot or other direct trauma. His body was found by a passerby washed up on the Hollywood beach shore south of Magnolia Terrace. It isn’t clear where the victim actually died.
For now, the FBI’s Miami office is referring all questions related to Whisenant’s death to Hollywood police, but if the death is found to be retaliatory or related to a case Whisenant was working on, standard procedure would mean the FBI and U.S. attorney’s office aggressively working together on the case.
News spread quickly on social media that Whisenant was involved in a recent fraud probe involving the DNC, though none of the news reports mentioned that as fact.
A graduate of the University of Florida law school, Whisenant has been a member of the Florida Bar since 2004, joining the U.S. attorney’s office in January 2017 in the major crimes section.
His office happens to be in Congressman Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s district.
There is more. Much more. The police seemed to have concluded the investigation rather quickly and, in fact, ruled Whisenant’s death a suicide despite never finding a gun.
Now, investigators have concluded their investigation into Whisenant’s death and they’ve ruled it a suicide. Whisenant’s body was found shortly before 6:30 pm on the 24th of May by a random stranger. At the time, police were trying to determine if his death was a suicide, homicide, or something else. All that has changed now with the department ruling Whisenant’s death a suicide, but in doing so, an even greater mystery has emerged. Police did not find a gun.
According to the Sun-Sentinel:
Beranton Whisenant, 38, was found dead by a beachgoer in Hollywood near Magnolia Terrace shortly before 6:30 a.m. on May 24. Detectives and a medical examiner foundwhisenant had shot himself in the head, hollywood police said. Police searched for two blocks north and south of the crime scene but couldn’t find the gun or any other weapon. He was assigned to the miami office of the U.S. Attorney’s office and been hired as a federal proseccutor a few months earlier
If Whisenant did kill himself, the firearm should be within reach of his body. There’s even enough steel in a polymer handgun to force the gun to be sunk in the sand. Nevertheless, no gun has been found, and Americans are simply supposed to accept the police department’s findings.
Isn’t it convenient that Whisenhunt was found dead while investigating the DNC?
And how convenient (for the DNC) that the police were able to conclude their investigation so quickly, before cries of “foul play” started circling in the media?
Johnny Salvatore of Flag and Cross sums it up very well:
Beranton J. Whisenant, Jr., a federal prosecutor, committed suicide in May 2017.
Actually, suicide should really be in quotes.
The official report said Whisenant, 37, shot himself in the head, which means a gun would’ve been found right next to his body – unless a passerby managed to swipe it before authorities showed up.
I would bet 95% of America has never heard anything about this “suicide” or the investigation that it ended.
The story was primarily reported locally and in the alternative media on a national level.
If there was a passerby that happened to retrieve that gun, what would you bet that passerby voted for Hillary?
Will anything happen with the current appearances of voter/election fraud in Florida?