by Pamela Williams
This is the biggest WikiLeaks bombshell yet to drop. In a Podesta email, he and another Washington insider engage in “Mafia-like” talk of an assassination. WikiLeaks has been dropping shock bombs on us concerning Clinton and her cronies; and when you think it cannot get worse, this comes out.
When Justice Scalia died, many of us on the Internet felt he died under suspicious circumstances:
No medical examiner on site to analyze cause of death
No U.S. Marshal protection detail accompanying Scalia
No functioning cameras on day of death
Scalia found clothed on bed with pillow over face
Scalia’s body mysteriously cremated before it could be examined, and
Resort owner large Obama contributor.
I think all of the above raised a red flag for most of us. WOW, this is just too much!
Here is a copy taken from WikiLeaks of the email in question:
— Paul McGregor (@DewDamage) October 13, 2016
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.
The email was also written just four days before Scalia was found dead on February 13, 2016. Source
It has been long-standing policy for the Obama administration to grant presidential awards to those who are among the president’s most prized political donors.
It was Poindexter who reportedly was among those who initially discovered the Justice’s body, and who then coordinated with local officials to have Justice Scalia declared dead via a phone conversation with the area medical examiner – but without an actual medical examination of the body.
Mr. Poindexter was also said to be the primary point man between the ranch location and federal authorities who were notably slow to arrive on scene.
To date, there is said to have been no request for an autopsy even though initial reports suggest the Supreme Court Justice was found with a “pillow over his head” and had died alone in his room without any apparent witnesses. Scalia was described as having been in good spirits in the hours prior to his death. […]
There was evidence that on the evening that Scalia died, there was a party outside his suite. There was ash still in the pit, some broken glass, and cigar ashes in the ashtray. Scalia was an avid cigar aficionado.
(4) A box of matches next to the ashtray, with a cover depicting the ancient Mayan practice of human sacrifice. – Source