David Seaman (American journalist)

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David Seaman is an American journalist, researcher, and YouTube personality.[1]


Seaman began his career with a position as a staff writer for Jim Cramer's web site located on Wall Street, TheStreet.com.

He is a former Huffington Post and Business Insider contributor.[2] He appeared as a guest at ABC News Digital, Coast to Coast, CNN Headline News, BBC, HuffPost LIVE, The Young Turks, and Fox News. After he wrote two articles about U.S. Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's alleged chronic health problems, he was subsequently ousted from Huffington Post, because of those articles. They revoked his editorial access and did not reply to his questions or tweets regarding firing him.[3][4][5]

Seaman's personal YouTube channel has been viewed over 6 million times as of October 2016.

Seaman was active in propagating the PizzaGate conspiracy theory.[6][7] His page on Wikipedia was consequently locked and setup for deletion due to his investigation into PizzaGate, as indicated on the Wikipedia talk page.[8] This is despite the fact that his deleted Wikipedia talk page was still receiving up to 500 page views a day as of February 2017, thus indicating of significant public interest in him and his work.[9]


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