Saturday, October 15, 2016

Did the Clintons Have Scalia Assassinated?

"All governments are run by liars and nothing they say should be believed."
-I. F. Stone

Did the Clintons Have Scalia Assassinated?

Read this and you decide…

By de Andréa,
Opinion Editorialist for
Published October 15, 2016

Buried in the many thousands of Hillary Clinton’s deleted documents recently released by WikiLeaks, I found a curious email exchange between Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and lobbyist and fundraiser Steve Elmendorf.
In the email, Podesta uses a code word that I remembered from my military days back in the early 60’s, KGB code “wet works.” Although used by the KGB as one word instead of two.  Wetworks” or “wetops” comes from the Cold War era, and was KGB code for murder or assassination, fenya-muzyka or fenyamuzyka in Russian.
The email from Podesta shown below was sent to Elmendorf four days before Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia — who died mysteriously in a Marfa Texas hotel room, under circumstances that some skeptics of the official version claim are nothing short of suspicious, such as finding a pillow over his face.   Ordinarily the DOJ would have automatically called for an autopsy in the case of a high profile government official.  But strangely, no such autopsy was called for, or performed.  And even more suspicious was the fact that the family didn’t ask for one either.  Were there threats made against the family to keep quiet?
While officially, it was said there is no evidence that Scalia’s death was anything but natural, however as I have said of late, I don’t trust anything from the criminal government or the Communist media, especially when things don’t add up.
The entire context of the email may be unclear to the untrained eye and it indicated it was a reply to a previous contact, and although it was short and seemingly incomplete, it seems to be clearly understood by Elmendorf. I will concede at the outset that the email could be perfectly innocent, even just an inside joke or something.  But…
That being said, the email raises a question —Moreover, I think it’s a fair question, given all the allegations flying around about both candidates and the general “air” of scandal hovering over this election and the criminality of this government in general, it’s a question that should be answered, hopefully easily by Mr. Podesta or the Clinton campaign. That question is:
Why would Podesta use the code “wet works” in an email sent days before Scalia died?
In the cryptic email exchange, Podesta, in the email subject line said “Thanks” and sent February 9, 2016, 4:36 p.m., wrote to Elmendorf:
“Didn’t think wet works meant pool parties at the Vineyard.”
To which Elmendorf, in an email subject line said “RE: Thanks” and sent February 9, 2016, at 8:56 p.m., writes to Podesta:
“I am all in”
“Sounds like it will be a bad nite , we all need to buckle up and double down” 
Which sounds to me like cryptic code? (…bad nite buckle up and double down) Code for do wetwork at night and make double sure. And Didn’t think wet works meant pool parties at the Vineyard.  Marfa Texas is wine country, home of Starlight Vineyard’s: pool parties at the Vineyard???  I learned a long time ago there is just no such thing as coincidences     not like this.
Below is a screen shot of the document, which can also be seen clearly at Wikileaks.

We all know the story’s surrounding the Clintons in regard to what happens to certain of their political enemies and their mysterious deaths.  Before this email joins those, I think Podesta should answer the question publicly.
Some, I have found in my research, have suggested that an overdose of the psychotropic drug Dilantin has been used in such assassinations. If so, it would appear that Justice Antonin Scalia could have had his drink spiked, then became sluggish and sleepy. So he  went to bed and died of so-called "natural causes" as electrical activity slows to the point where cerebral function no longer occurs.  Since, as I discovered, Dilantin metabolizes so rapidly, there is often little-to-no trace amount remaining, and that’ can only be found if the CSI’s specifically call a test for it.
As if acquiescence of the family in dismissing the need for an autopsy wasn’t mysterious enough,  the immediate cremation with no medical exam, considering the important position that Justice Scalia held, and the fact that he was not reportedly suffering from imminent health problems pointing toward a risk of 'sudden death' is suspicious to say the least.
No autopsy
No medical examiner on site to decipher cause of death
No U.S. Marshal Protection detail accompanying Scalia
No functioning CCTV cameras on day of death
Scalia found fully clothed on bed with pillow over face. Did he do that before he died or after.
Scalia’s body quickly cremated even before it could be examined
No medical examiners report
The resort owner is a large Obama contributor

And the list goes on and on and on…
This is not the way any death is treated especially a Judge of the Highest Court in the land.  
If it is found that Scalia's demise was a matter of Progressive 'pragmatism', then America may have its fabric tested like it has never been tested before.  And the Clintons may go down like the Gambino’s.
Here is a little more Intel/commentary you might want to know about:

THE BOTTOM LINE: The bottom line is, we have a criminal Communist Totalitarian government that is capable of anything including the murder of a Supreme Court Judge, and yet curiously, no investigation by the FBI.  Could it be that the Federal investigators are just as corrupt, especially when it comes to the Clintons?   

Thanks for listening my friend!   

- de Andréa
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