The late US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia had become not only a critic of the decisions that the liberal wing of the Supreme Court made, but a critic of the Supreme Court itself, calling the institution a “threat to American democracy.”
He also went so far as to support what is often referred to as a “conspiracy theory,” that FEMA camps are being established for the purpose of the detention of Americans, stating that Americans were “kidding themselves” if they didn’t believe that the camps and their nefarious purposes exist.
Clearly this talk was not coming from someone on the fringe of society, but from a man who was at the pinnacle of his profession — a US Supreme Court justice, no less. So when he made comments like these , it was not possible for opponents to write what he said off as the ravings of someone on the lunatic fringe. Scalia, by his position and stature, demanded attention, forcing his statements into the national discourse while offering support for ideas those on the left want hidden from the public.
His comments undoubtedly made him a lot of enemies on the left. Although it’s not a path we like to go down, given recent leaked emails, we have to think the unthinkable: Was a US Supreme Court justice assassinated because he had become a danger to those on the left and their agenda? That’s a very serious charge, and it demands a serious investigation and a discussion of what we now know. Something we will do on page two.
Political assassinations are something we’d prefer to think only happens in third-world countries. Such murders strike at the very heart of a nation’s government, substituting the rule of a few over the rule of law, and thus represent a repudiation of a government of, by and for the people.
The release of an email by Wikileaks from Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta to DC lobbyist Steve Elmendorf reproduced below gives an unsettling indication that Scalia’s death was far from a naturally occurring one.
Watch for the phrase “wet work”.
The theory goes that Podesta’s use of wet work implies an assassination. And the references to pool and Vineyard refer to the Cibolo Creek Ranch where Scalia’s body was found.The Ranch does have a pool and it is believed that a vineyard is just down the road.
Others believe the theory is complete hogwash. They believe “vineyard” refers to Martha’s Vineyard, an island off the coast of Massachusetts that is a haven for the liberal elite.
This email exchange occurred just four days before Scalia was found dead. The term, “wet work,” refers to an assassination, having its origin with the Soviet KGB.
The theory that Scalia’s death was a politically-motivated murder is supported by the fact that his body was found at the Cibolo Creek Ranch, a location where there is both a pool and apparently a vineyard. While the existence of the pool is not in doubt, it would be desirable for someone to verify if that is actually a vineyard as marked on this photo.
Is there a connection between this email exchange involving powerful Democrat Party operatives and Justice Scalia’s death? If one wishes to argue that there isn’t, then this is all quite a coincidence – perhaps too much of a coincidence.
And if powerful interests on the left are willing to take the risk of assassinating someone as prominent as a US Supreme Court justice to silence him and his revelations, then what he was publicly revealing was likely valid and had to be a huge threat to those very interests.
If all of this turns out to be true, then not only has murder been committed for political expediency, but unless prosecuted, it points America in the direction of a third-world country where the rule of law and a constitutional republic form of government is being replaced by a ruling oligarchy that is above the law.