When Supreme Court Justice, Antonin Scalia, was found dead on the morning of February 12 of this year, it set off a host of conspiracy theory flurry speculating that he could have been assassinated.
There was plenty of convenient fuel for that fire. He was found lying in bed with a pillow over his face for starters. Presidio County Judge Cinderela Guevara pronounced Scalia dead of natural causes, and never ordered an autopsy. This is apparently a normal and legal thing in Texas.
The blog posts eventually dried up about it because there’s always the next scandal, and the top of Scalia’s death became a footnote in the year’s history. However it’s suddenly found revival with a wikileaks cable from John Podesta that mentions Scalia and a potential admission of guilt.
The email was sent three days before Scalia was found dead, and definitely contains some ominous wording. There’s little context for what exactly they’re talking about, so it becomes rather easy for the mind to go to the quickest darkest place. We are talking about the Clintons and their minions after all.
“I am all in
Sounds like it will be a bad nite , we all need to buckle up and double down.”
“Thanks Didn’t think wet works meant pool parties at the Vineyard.”
Wetwork is a term long associated with assassinations, but here it’s plural and separate words. A point that a known NSA employee pointed out on Twitter.
It’s an interesting case of cracking the egg, when your speculation gets the attention of a NSA employee to come out swinging. Why the hostility? Why the need to speak out on THIS issue?
Twitter loved telling him how stupid they think Podesta actually is.
There was also a vineyard at the strange hunting ranch Scalia attended, Cibolo Creek.
Does this email really pertain to the death of Justice Scalia? Or is Occam’s razor proved out and it’s more likely that the vineyard is referring to Martha’s Vineyard, and the bad night is referring to Hillary losing to Bernie Sanders, the wet works is everyone crying about it? But why not say water works?
The internet will always split hairs and debate word usage, when clearly John Podesta took all of 2 minutes to craft this piece of electronic mail. It seems more credible evidence needs to be gathered to move Scalia’s passing from the “Strange Death” column to the one marked, “Clinton Body Count.”