Saturday, October 15, 2016

Was Scalia Murdered?

Hillary's campaign chairman Podesta mentioned “wet work” in connection with Scalia's death, while Chelsea wrote that, “Now Scalia is dead, we can now enact gun control legislation.” A real “gun-grabber,” that girl! In “DC Speak,” wet work means assassination. I've maintained, since the day he was found dead in his bed with a pillow over his face, on a ranch owned by a Clinton associate, that he was murdered. That was borne out by the sloppy way the autopsy and the inquest into his death was handled. In the death of such an important figure, that inquest SHOULD have been handled in the most careful manner, but it wasn't. The “inquest” was held ON THE PHONE, and signed off on by a “lowly” justice of the peace, not a real judge (obviously, there was a search to find one that was “malleable”). What better way to cover up a murder than that? Such people are much easier to “buy” than real practitioners, and I believe that's what happened. The only thing they didn't count on was the Republicans balking on allowing Obama to appoint yet another liberal to the court, and to wait until after the election, when there was a chance of a non-Clinton associate being elected, and a non-liberal Justice to be appointed. Podesta obviously agrees, and approves. (Gateway Pundit)

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