Huff Po contributor terminated, posts questioning Hillary’s health deleted; he’s ‘seeking legal counsel’

A Huffington Post contributor learned the hard way Sunday that questioning Hillary Clinton’s health will not be tolerated.

David Seamon penned two articles about the Democratic presidential nominee’s health. The first, “Hillary Clinton’s health is superb (aside from seizures, lesions, adrenaline pens),” was posted Saturday afternoon, followed by a second piece later that evening, “Donald Trump challenges Hillary Clinton to health records duel.”

(The posts have been archived and can be seen HERE and HERE.)

The first piece referenced a video by Paul Joseph Watson chronicling the candidate’s “bizarre behavior” and Seamon seemed to sense what may lie ahead.

“Look guys, I need to keep my job and platform,” the blogger wrote. “A lot of people read the Huffington Post and AOL properties. We all know what happens when you speak a little too much truth about the Establishment-beloved Clintons.”

Either way, his contributions did not live to see the sunlight of a new day. Seamon shared the following image on Twitter showing his post is no longer available, saying this occurred “without reason or notice.”

In addition to his two posts, Seamon too was effectively deleted, as he tweeted within minutes that his access as a Huffington Post contributor had been cut.

The blogger, who was more or less fired, proceeded to explain his take on events on his Twitter feed, as seen below. Suffice it to say, he wasn’t pleased:

Seamon also recorded his take on events in the following video:


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