Many of us were curious, because the circumstances surrounding Scalia’s death were just wrapped up a little too pretty. We all know that Scalia is the Justice that couldn’t be blackmailed and the one Justice that stood between us and all Liberal nightmare policies from becoming our reality.
However, all this can only be used as speculation of course.
Now an email has surfaced that refers to his death as being the “bad night” that will likely proceed.
Proceed after what exactly?
You will soon see exactly where the email gets really interesting. One of the people involved with the dialogue used the term “wet works” while discussing Scalia’s ACTUAL death.
Do you know what the term “wet works” signifies? If not, allow me to enlighten you.
The expression “wet work” along with the terms “wet job”, “wet affair”, and “wet operation” are all euphemisms for assassination, it alludes to the spilling of blood. Originating as a term used by the KGB.
I bet things just got a lot more interesting for you didn’t they?
Here, read these emails, they will give you quite a lot to think about.
Justice Antonin Scalia was 79 when he passed away in his sleep on the evening of February.
Of course conspiracy theorists are certain there was foul play involved.
After reading what you have just now, what do you think?
“We discovered the judge in bed, a pillow over his head. His bed clothes were unwrinkled,” John Poindexter, the ranch owner told the San Antonio Express-News, adding that Scalia “was lying very restfully. It looked like he had not quite awakened from a nap.”
Conservative talk radio host Michael Savage said Monday that “something stinks” surrounding Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s death, advocating for a Warren Commission-style investigation into his possible murder.
“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,” Mr. Savage wrote in a blog post on his website. “And where is the common sense both in the press and the Republican Party. The answer is nowhere.”