Was death of Scalia a natural one?

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  1. righteousdude2

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    http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/us...iate-Justice-Antonin-Scalia-found-6828930.php

    Trying not to cast doubt, or dishonor the man .... is there the slightest possibility that this death is more of a convenient one to allow the last possible chance Obama has to tip SCOTUS in the favor of his "changes" for the next few decades? Just talking this thing out. If nothing else, this has enough drama to be a great script for an interesting movie a few years from now.

    One the top conservatives dies, leaving a really far left POTUS with the chance to get SCOTUS tipped in the direction of his attempt to change America for a long time, if not forever!?

    Got to admit, it is the type of thing, conspiracies ate made of? What say you?
     
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    At 79 he was practically a spring chicken.

    Srsly, why would Omuslim need to bump off Scalia if Ryan and McConnell do his bidding already?


    Edit: Darth Vader-Ginsburg isn't far off. She is not in good health.

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    Although I would not put it past the radical left that runs the government to murder Scalia, there is no indication whatsoever that such was the case. Yet.
     
  4. Aaron

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    I wouldn't be surprised. I suspect some senators are getting warnings about their families, too.
     
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    Mere speculation at this juncture. This won't be a full blown conspiracy until Poncho tells us it is.
     
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    Got to be. Scalia said burning the US flag was legal, believed police could not attach GPS devices to people's cars, and police cannot bring drug-sniffing dogs to front doors without a warrant. Those issues are right in Poncho's wheelhouse. Therefore, the members of the ruling elite that continually put forth the false right-left paradigm along with their corporate hypno-masters and the international banksters could not let Scalia live.

    Or maybe it was a false flag operation?

    I guess I'll just wait and see what Alex Jones says so I can be in lock-step with him. I trust him to tell me what I should believe.
     
  7. Baptist Believer

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    Are you sure about that?

    The whole point of this post seems to be to raise doubts in the report that there did not appear to be any evidence of foul play.

    You cited the article that states that and then you raise unwarranted speculation. Do you have any evidence to the contrary? If so, alert the authorities and keep quiet about it so they can do their work. Otherwise, you are simply casting doubt.

    So you are suggesting the sitting President - or one of his operatives or supporters - has murdered a Supreme Court justice?

    Do you have evidence to support that? Would you be okay with someone starting a thread about the possibility that you may have murdered a Supreme Court justice and not have any evidence other than some might think you could have something to gain? I suspect not.
    You are correct. This is how conspiracies begin. People sounding off - without evidence - their worst prejudices and fears and then publishing it for the world to see. There will be others with the same prejudices and fears who will read it and feel that there must be something to it (why would a responsible person post something like that if they didn't know something I don't) and then the thing takes on a life of its own.

    It is the very worst of the fallen human nature at work.
     
  8. Zaac

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    Sorry righteousdude. The job of resident conspiracy theorist has already been filled. :D
     
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    Or maybe he was almost 80 years old and morbidly obese. :)
     
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    Personally, I thought it strange that the first media reported both his death AND the fact that there would be no autopsy in the same short report.
     
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    Hate to disappoint you all but Poncho isn't going to get into this discussion. I'm sure the government and corporate media will tell you guys everything you need to know about it.
     
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    Or, KISS. :)
     
  14. Zaac

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    Yep.

    And I like this!!!

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    Well, the picture is pretty ugly. :D
     
  16. Aaron

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    Careful, Occam's Razor favors geocentrists. ;)
     
  17. righteousdude2

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  18. InTheLight

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    You don't remember starting this thread and asking anyone and everyone for their opinions?
     
  19. Baptist Believer

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    To the contrary, you DID ask my opinion:
    Your response is quite rude.
     
  20. righteousdude2

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    Quite right my believer friend ... I did ask for opinions, but not some rabid, foaming at the mouth rant! Now how is rude?
     

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