Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Scalia Conspiracy

John R. Houk
© February 16, 2016

VIDEO: Scalia Was Found with 'Pillow Over His Head'

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Published on Feb 14, 2016

A first-time guest to the Cibolo Creek Ranch, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was animated and engaged during dinner Friday night, as one of three dozen invitees to an event that had nothing to do with law or politics, according to the ranch owner.

Just hours later, he would be found dead of apparent natural causes, which media outlets reported on Sunday was a heart attack.

"He was seated near me and I had a chance to observe him. He was very entertaining. But about 9 p.m. he said, 'it's been a long day and a long week, I want to get some sleep," recalled Houston businessman John Poindexter, who owns the 30,000-acre luxury ranch.

When Poindexter tried to awaken Scalia about 8:30 the next morning, the judge's door was locked and he did not answer. Three hours later, Poindexter returned after an outing, with a friend of Scalia who had come from Washington with him.

"We discovered the judge in bed, a pillow over his head. His bed clothes were unwrinkled," said Poindexter.

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With Leftists still swooning with love and affection for President Barack Hussein Obama and his transformation agenda for America, Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead with a pillow on his head at a Dem Party supporter’s billionaire ranch in Texas.

Justice Scalia would have been pivotal in preserving the integrity of the U.S. Constitution on some upcoming issues for this year’s Supreme Court docket:

Scalia had been set to rule on a number of very controversial and divisive cases before the Supreme Court, now evenly split 4-4 between conservatives and liberals:
1. Abortion: Next month, SCOTUS will hear the most significant abortion case since 1992, centering on Texas, on whether states can legally impose restrictions on abortion that do not put an “undue burden” on access to the procedure.

2. Obamacare: SCOTUS is expected to rule on Zubik v. Burwell, on whether Obamacare’s requirement that employers must provide female employees with no-cost access to birth control, including abortifacients, violates religious nonprofits’ religious freedom. The plaintiffs include the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington and the Little Sisters of the Poor.

3. Unions: Scalia was the swing vote in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, a case challenging the legality of “fair share” fees that unions charge nonmembers to cover costs associated with collective bargaining.

4. Affirmative Action: In Fisher v. University of Texas, on the use of affirmative action and race in college admissions, Scalia had argued that affirmative action shortchanges minorities by putting them into an environment where they cannot perform as well as other students.

5. Separation of church and state: In Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia v. Pauley, on whether religious schools can continue to be denied publicly-funded grants, Scalia had argued that, if a democratic majority wants to, banning state lawmakers from funding religious schools would impede the free exercise of religion.

6. Climate change: One of Scalia’s last official acts as a justice was to deliver a large dent in Obama’s climate legacy, providing one of five votes to stay the Clean Power Plan, which regulates carbon emissions from power plants.

7. Immigration: In April, SCOTUS will argue a challenge to Obama’s use of executive orders to allow up to 5 million more illegals to apply for quasi-legal status and work permits.

8. Gun rights: The National Rifle Association maintains that Scalia’s death puts gun rights in jeopardy because, given the ages of SCOTUS judges, the next president will have a chance at choosing four judges. The NRA plans to spend over $20 million on the upcoming election to push gun rights. “In my view, all the chips are on the table in this election because the impact is who gets the Supreme Court,” said the NRA’s chief, Allan D. Cors in an interview with Secrets this month.

I don’t know your thoughts, but when an individual who is pivotal to thwart the Obama transformation is found with a pillow on the top of his head is found dead, there is something rotten in Denmark ... or perhaps rotten in Washington DC.

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The more we learn about the sudden death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the more that the whole thing grows more and more suspicious. First,  a seemingly healthy Scalia dies unexpectedly in Texas, but amazingly no one wants an autopsy. Then, under the cover of darkness, his dead body is whisked away to be embalmed before anyone can examine it. Why would this be?  Lastly, Judge Scalia was found with a “pillow over his head” as if he had been suffocated to death. (SUDDEN DEATH OF SUPREME COURT JUSTICE ANTONIN SCALIA DESCENDS INTO CONSPIRACY; By Geoffrey Grider; Now the End Begins; 2/14/16)

Here is the Obama and ranch owner/billionaire Poindexter connection:

The photo below is Barack Obama shaking hands with a man by the name of John Poindexter, a Texas millionaire businessman also noted for being a donor to the Democrat Party and who also received an award from Barack Obama related to his military service in Vietnam.

Poindexter is the owner of the very Cibolo Creek Ranch Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead at earlier this week.

(Above photo from a Houston Business Journal report, August 15th, 2010)

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.

Judge Guevara ruled Scalia’s death as natural causes without even the body. She made the ruling over the phone:

What’s more, following Scalia’s death at the remote Cibolo Creek Ranch near the Mexican border, authorities said it took hours to find a justice of the peace. When Presidio County Sheriff Danny Dominguez finally tracked down Guevara on her cellphone Saturday afternoon, she told WFAA-TV she was shopping.

“He says, ‘Judge, I’m at Cibolo Creek Ranch, and a Supreme Court Justice has just passed away, and I need someone here immediately. Both justices of the peace are out of town at this time,’” Guevara recalled to the station.

Guevara acknowledged to the Post that she pronounced Scalia dead over the phone on Saturday without seeing his body. She told WFAA she had planned to head to the ranch but that a U.S. Marshal told her over the phone, “It’s not necessary for you to come, judge. If you’re asking for an autopsy, that’s what we need to clarify.”

Guevara told the station before deciding that she wanted details of Scalia’s death.

“As part of my investigation one of the things I did ask the sheriff and the U.S. Marshal: ‘Were there any signs of foul play? And they said, ‘Absolutely not.’ At that time, I still wanted to be careful and asked them if [Scalia’s] physician would call me,” Guevara told WFAA.

The Post reported that another justice of the peace was called but couldn’t get to Scalia’s body in time — and that she would have made a different decision. “If it had been me … I would want to know,” Juanita Bishop, a justice of the peace in Presidio, Texas, told the paper in a Sunday interview.

But Guevara cited Texas laws that permit a justice of the peace to declare someone dead without seeing the body, the Post said.

So recapping: Justice Antonin Scalia had a robust conversation at dinner but left the table saying he was a bit under the weather. In the morning the next day John Poindexter knocked on Scalia’s door to rouse him for breakfast - no answer. Poindexter leaves and comes back - according to him - a few hours knocks on the door - still no answer. I’m not really sure what he did to enter the locked room unless he had some kind of key. As Pondexter enters, he sees Scalia in bed covered but with a pillow mysteriously on Scalia’s face. Poindexter a billionaire but not a doctor, determines Scalia is not able to be resuscitated so calls the Federal authorities.

“He was lying very restfully. It looked like he had not quite awakened from a nap,” he said. Scalia,79, did not have a pulse and his body was cold, and after consulting with a doctor at a hospital in Alpine, Poindexter concluded resuscitation would have been futile, He then contacted federal authorities, at first encountering a series of answering services because he was calling on a weekend. (ibid. Now the End Begins)

More timeline inconsistency:

• After lunch on Feb. 13: Presidio County Sheriff Danny Dominguez reached Judge Guevara in Alpine on her mobile phone.

• At 1:52 p.m., Feb. 13: Guevara pronounced Scalia dead. She had planned to drive to the ranch — about 30 minutes south of Marfa — but returned when a U.S. Marshal told her by phone: “It’s not necessary for you to come, judge,” because she was not asking for an autopsy, having determined Scalia had died of “natural causes”.

• At 8 p.m., Feb. 13: Scalia’s personal physician called and spoke with Guevara.

• Night of Feb. 13: Scalia’s body was transported by van from Cibola Creek Ranch to El Paso, Texas.

• At 3:30 a.m., Sunday, Feb. 14: Scalia’s body arrived at Sunset Funeral Home in El Paso, where it was promptly embalmed, less than 24 hours after Poindexter had found the body in the suite. (No autopsy for Scalia because his body is already embalmed! By Dr. Eowyn; Fellowship of the Minds; 2/15/16)

Okay, I realize I realize that I am walking on the area that all Leftists call Right Wing delusions and undoubtedly a majority of Conservative pundits and politicians also will publicly say this is unsubstantiated Conspiracy mumbo-jumbo. Regardless, for me, this sounds more like the continuous cover-ups and denials unloaded on voters and especially Dem Party loyalists that has emanated from Obama (and ironically both Clintons earlier) since the 2008 campaign right up to this present time.

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