Wikileaks: New Evidence Surfaces It Looks Like Hillary and Her Team Killed Scalia!

It was not long ago that the Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia died mysteriously that many people believed that he was assassinated. A release from WikiLeaks has confirmed that this death was planned. Three days before the pillow was found over his dead face, the Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta sent an email containing:

Under the subject line “Thanks” Podesta sent an email that read, “Didn’t think wet works meant pool parties at the Vineyard.”

The email refers to his death and the “bad night” that will likely proceed.

Where it turns interesting is when one of the emailers uses the term “wet works” when discussing his actual death.

Over the years, an alarming number of people close to Bill and Hillary Clinton have died under unusual circumstances. Many are labeled suicides and others as natural causes. This year’s tragic death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is another suspicious case.

Thanks to Wikileaks, a recently discovered email from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta may link Scalia’s death to the Clinton campaign. The emails point to the exact place Scalia died. They also mention how they would kill him and how they would escape without being caught. 

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The expression “wet work“, as well as the similar “wet job”, “wet affair”, or “wet operation”, are all calques of the euphemism used by the KGB.

Over the years, an alarming number of people close to Bill and Hillary Clinton have died under unusual circumstances. Many are labeled suicides and others as natural causes. This year’s tragic death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is another suspicious case.

Thanks to Wikileaks, a recently discovered email from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta may link Scalia’s death to the Clinton campaign. The emails point to the exact place Scalia died. They also mention how they would kill him and how they would escape without being caught. 

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An email dated Tuesday, February 9, 2016, just four days before Scalia’s death, allegedly makes a reference to an imminent assassination attempt, True Pundit reported. In this email exchange between Podesta and long-time Democrat strategist Steve Elmendorf, Podesta uses the term “wet work,” an old intelligence slang word for assassination.

The conservative Justice Scalia was found dead on the morning of February 13th at the age of 79 after a day of quail hunting with friends. Scalia and friends were staying at the Cibilo Creek Ranch in rural Texas. Immediately, conservatives everywhere assumed foul play.

And with good reason! Look at the facts surrounding his death. First, Scalia was found on his bed still in the previous day’s clothes and with a pillow over his face. There was no US Marshal detail on site to protect him, and there were no security cameras on the premises in working order.

Furthermore, no investigators were brought in to examine the scene or the body. Then, amazingly, his body was cremated before an autopsy could be performed to determine the cause of death.

All of this took place on a resort owned by an allegedly substantial contributor to the two presidential campaigns of Barack Obama. Yes, this does have a scent of conspiracy theory, but how you can you now deny this possibility exists with this new information?!

As for a motive? How about that Scalia was the ranking leader on the conservative side of the bench? Even though John Roberts was chief justice, Scalia was the master, and everyone knew and respected that, except for some on the left who despised him and all that he so eloquently stood for.

Think this is all conspiracy theory? Consider that Hillary Clinton has been named a “person of interest” in 49 people’s deaths. How many times have you been named? Probably zero.

If Hillary fails to win the election, there will be claims of voter fraud, with Hillary demanding that the election be null and void.

The subsequent lawsuits would lead to both sides going to the Supreme Court for the final decision. This would be deadlocked come December and the duty would fall to the House of Representatives led by Paul Ryan to make the final decision.

Ryan does not support Trump and only needs the support of 26 Republicans who have already denounced Trump to side with him.

What are your thoughts on this?




Alex D.

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