American stand-up comedian and political commentator Dave Smith recently participated in a roundtable discussion on the PBD Podcast hosted by Patrick Bet-David. The podcast, which featured Smith along with entrepreneur Adam Sosnick, former professional athlete Ricky Aguilar, and financial coach Matt Sapaula, covered a wide range of topics. However, it was Smith’s remarks on the “Clinton body count,” the alleged suspicious deaths associated with the Clintons, that garnered attention.
As a libertarian, Smith raised questions about the ostracization faced by individuals who express curiosity about the deaths of people closely connected to the Clintons. While he did not directly accuse the Clintons of being responsible for these deaths, Smith emphasized the importance of having an open conversation about the topic.
Smith argued that it is unfair to dismiss inquiries into the matter, stating, “We’re not allowed to even think of the possibility that maybe politicians have people murdered? Like, now, who’s being naive?” He further emphasized that his intention was not to accuse the Clintons of murder but to encourage an exploration of the suspicious deaths surrounding them.
To illustrate his point, Smith drew an analogy to Bill Clinton’s presidency, suggesting that the Clintons have been involved in policies that resulted in the deaths of many people. He referenced the bombing campaign in Iraq during Clinton’s terms, which led to a massive blockade and numerous deaths, including an estimated 500,000 children who starved to death. Smith’s analogy suggested that if the Clintons could be responsible for such policies, it wouldn’t be a stretch to believe they might also be involved in individual assassinations.
Smith urged listeners to investigate the suspicious deaths surrounding the Clintons, while cautioning against excessive conspiracy theories. He emphasized the importance of questioning these cases and exploring the possibility that there may be more to the story.
During the podcast, Smith also addressed former congressman Anthony Weiner’s recent appearance and subsequent meltdown. Patrick Bet-David confronted Weiner with a list of dead people who had previously been associated with the Clintons, leading to a heated exchange.
The PBD Podcast episode featuring Dave Smith’s controversial remarks and discussions on the Clinton body count can be viewed in its entirety in the embedded video below.
In conclusion, Dave Smith’s participation in the PBD Podcast sparked controversy as he addressed the alleged suspicious deaths associated with the Clintons. Smith highlighted the need for an open conversation about the matter and encouraged listeners to question these cases. He emphasized that while he did not directly accuse the Clintons of murder, exploring the suspicious deaths surrounding them was a fair and necessary endeavor.