Suspicious Circumstances Surround Scalia's Death

02/19/2016 10:38

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The sudden death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia — and the fact the Obama administration is trying to take full advantage of the situation — has led many to believe that some sort of malice is afoot in the hinterlands of Texas.

 

Conspiracy theorists have been perhaps most alarmed by two pictures showing two men together. One of the men in the photo below, on the left, is John Poindexter, the man who owns the ranch where Justice Scalia died.

 

You may perhaps recognize the one on the right.

 

In addition to owning the Cibolo Creek Ranch, Poindexter was a major donor to the Democrat Party, something that will always get the attention of the commander in chief. DC Whispers, which obtained these photos, remarked that Poindexter was being honored for his service in Vietnam.

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However, the coincidence has many people alarmed, particularly since Poindexter was the man who found Scalia’s body.

 

On his Monday show, conservative radio host Michael Savage raised questions over the particulars of Scalia’s death and said further investigation was needed.

 

“We need a Warren Commission-like federal investigation,” Savage said, referencing the congressional commission that investigated the assassination of John F. Kennedy. “This is serious business.”

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““There was no medical examiner present. There was no one who declared the death who was there. It was done by telephone from a U.S. Marshal appointed by Obama himself,” Savage continued. He elaborated on this in a piece he wrote for his website.

 

“The question is, is it a conspiracy theory to ask questions that are so obviously in need of answer, or is it just common-sense,” Savage asked. “And where is the common-sense both in the press and the Republican Party(?)”

Savage also asked what would happen if Justice Ginsburg had died and Donald Trump were the president.

 

“Do you think the left would be screaming that Donald Trump would have no right to appoint anyone to the Supreme Court? Do you think they would be demanding an autopsy and a full federal investigation?” Savage wrote.

 

Whatever the situation, it’s certainly the latest strange development in a death which has raised more questions than it has provided answers.