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CNBC Contributor Journalist Died Suddenly


Another died suddenly.

CNBC just lost a long time contributor and Politico just lost their chief economic correspondent.

Ben White died on Saturday while battling a “brief illness”.

Brief?

The news was shared on his X account via his long time girlfriend.

“This is Ben’s partner, Sara.

“I’m heartbroken to tell you that Ben died on Saturday, June 1 after a brief illness. He loved his family, being a journalist, rooting for the Yankees and the Commanders and so much more.”

No cause of death was available….yet.

For some reason, everyone in the comments is asking about vaccines.

What’s his status? Any boosters?

That’s private medical information! You only ask for that if someone wants to eat at a restaurant or buy a candy bar at a gas station.

But I did find this…

Here’s a screenshot in case that post gets deleted.

Just a coincidence?

 

Western Journal reports:

Ben White, a veteran financial reporter for CNBC who previously worked for Politico and The New York Times, died over the weekend after battling an illness.

The news was shared on the social media platform X by White’s longtime girlfriend Sara.

On White’s account, a message to the reporter’s followers said, “This is Ben’s partner, Sara.

“I’m heartbroken to tell you that Ben died on Saturday, June 1 after a brief illness. He loved his family, being a journalist, rooting for the Yankees and the Commanders and so much more.”

White’s longtime girlfriend concluded, “He’ll forever be in my heart and will be missed by so many.”

No cause of death was immediately available.

Doesn’t look like he was a big fan of patriots.

Having an “America First” mindset goes against the Communist’s one-world government goal, so naturally he links it to Hitler, who fought the Communists:



 

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