Podesta Email Leak: Was Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Assassinated?

I normally don’t lend much credence to conspiracy theories, especially ones involving dead bodies, but this is not a normal year in America. We now know the ruling class has it in for everyday Americans. So when Wikileaks uncovered a John Podesta email that alluded to a hit on Antonin Scalia, I thought it deserved close media examination…which we don’t get because we don’t have a free press anymore. We have an Orwellian Ministry of Truth posing as a free and objective press but acting as a propaganda arm for Hillary Clinton and the open borders oligarchs.

So the dissident press — the alt-right bloggers, really, and that’s it — is all that’s left to do the dirty work of actually investigating credible evidence of an assassination plot by Democrats and the Clinton Machine to murder Antonin Scalia, ostensibly to pave the way for a SCOTUS nominee who will gut the 2nd Amendment.

The theory comes from a WikiLeaks email from Hillary’s Chairman John Podesta to DC lobbyist Steve Elmendorf. Elmendorf was also the former chief of staff to Democratic leader Dick Gephardt. […]

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.

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Chilling. I don’t want to get overly dramatic here, but for the first time since Inception Date: Trumpening, I sincerely believe truth-telling dissidents fighting against the Dem/GOP/globalist establishment have reason to fear for their lives in a country ruled by thecunt. Anonymity in this context is as powerful a weapon as a standing army.





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  1. Truth telling dissidents have always had reason to fear for their lives. This has been true (and going on) long before the Declaration of Independence was signed.

    “Michael, Presidents and Senators don’t have people killed.”
    “Now who’s being naive Kay?”

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  3. on October 14, 2016 at 9:11 pm The Happy Hindoo

    “I normally don’t lend much credence to conspiracy theories, especially ones involving dead bodies, but this is not a normal year in America….”

    Come on, CH. It’s time for everyone to drop the CIA-created, critical-thought-blocking pejorative of “conspiracy theory” which was developed specifically to prevent the masses from any honest investigation of the JFK wet work.

    Sure, not every stupid piece of quackery should be believed. But any honest, fact-based, Socratic analysis of the following subjects would demonstrate to the investigator, beyond any shadow of reasonable doubt, that a criminal conspiracy was/is afoot:

    – Russian revolution was not Russian but completely Skype run (True)
    – Federal Reserve is a private Skype organization (True)
    – The HoloHoax was (mostly) a hoax (True)
    – The Germans were the good guys in WWII (True)
    – JFK was an inside job (True)
    – Gulf of Tonkin was an inside job (True)
    – CIA and DEA run most of the drugs into America (True)
    – Iraqi soldiers never pulled babies out of incubators in Kuwait (True)
    – There were no Serb concentration camps in the Balkans (True)
    – 9/11 was an inside job (True)
    – CIA = Al Qaeada = ISIS = Al Nusra = Mossad (True)
    – The MSM is totally under Skype control (True)
    – There is one-party rule in the USA (True)
    – White genocide is really happening (True)
    – The NWO is real (True)

    I could go one for another 500 bullet points at least. Almost everything we learned about our world in the 20th century was a complete and utter lie. Lies within lies, stacked up on other lies.

    …and we can now probably add to that list that Alito was an inside job (but that requires more corroborating evidence.)

    People need to wake up fully if we are ever to restore the republic. We should ALL give credence to conspiracy theories – so long as the FACTS support them.

    The American people need to get the (((CIA))) out of their heads once and for all.

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    • — The Germans were the good guys in WWII (True)

      If there is one thing Germans should forever henceforth be forbidden from doing, it’s anything outside of their own borders. Angela Merkel is just another example of German talent for imperialism.

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      • I’m Germanic and if Germany won I’d be living in Ukraine a part of Germania farming with my beautiful wife and 4 kids in an all Germanic world free of the tribe and non whites. Debt free and in touch with my spirituality working and enjoying being with my folk.

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      • on October 14, 2016 at 9:35 pm The Happy Hindoo

        “Angela Merkel is just another example of German talent for imperialism.”

        Angela Merkel is just a puppet being used to destroy Germany once and for all for (((their))) amusement and false historical grievances. She is hardly an example of German imperialism. Quite the opposite actually.

        And if we could turn back the clock and alter history – I would much rather have German imperialism running the world today over the AngloZionist NWO jack boot that is currently stomping our faces into oblivion.

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      • Germany is working under United Nations corruption and U.S. Obamahegemony. Tell me again how Germany would have done anything this major without their instruction?

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      • You might want to add the English to that.

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    • Neither JFK nor 9/11 were “inside jobs”… at least, not the way most people understand the meaning of that phrase.

      And the CIA/DEA being the main drug runners in America is apocryphal, at best.

      When you start lumping in every conspiracy theory… made popular to distract Joe and Jill Blow… with actual true statements, it doesn’t lend credence to the former, and only casts doubt upon the latter…

      … which is a very slick way of shilling for the Synathedral, I might add, if that were one’s intention.

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      • Agreed. These are not conspiracies and it muddies the water with where the real treachery is occurring. If you want yo know how JFK was assassinated read the Warren Report.

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      • Greg, I mean this in the nicest way possible, but you are one utterly stupid and arrogant cunt.

        (((who))) would constantly muddy the waters with this “your a jew” horseshit, anyway?

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      • There are many others who do the kneejerk (((must be one of them))) reaction…

        … I do it when the evidence of their postings warrants it.

        And besides, who the fuck do you imagine cares what you think, asshole?

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      • I certainly don’t care what some kike-on-a-stick worshipping geriatric faggot like you thinks, granny.

        I do notice you characters who comment on every single thread on these blogs, build up a reputation as the likable jokester, and then just happen to shit all over every important discussion that comes up. Those would be concerning what CIA-programmed dupes still refer to as “conspiracy theories”.

        Any grown white man who claims to believes the Warran Commission or the (((official))) 9/11 “investigation” is too stupid to live, or a fucking SHILL.

        Brain matter flying out at the speed of sound in the supposed direction of fire, an inoperable, non-sighted weapon, 5000 dual-citizen connections and dancing mossad agents…you just ignore all the evidence and spurt out your bullshit word salad squid ink.

        The real question at this point is, what are they going to pull next, now that they know they can get away with anything.

        You and the old, honorless cunts like you are the real problem with this country.

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      • Look, fuckwad, all of your half-assed musings about the assassination notwithstanding, read a fucking book from a reliable source once in a while, rather than spew the same old inanities that have been debunked a thousand times over.

        I hate it when someone brings up these CTs, especially when they lump them in with other more verifiable occurrences, in the effort to pass the chaff off with the wheat. They invariably spread disinformation and misinformation, and then someone has to say something in the hope that the peanut gallery that has heard only the Synathedral diversionary nonsense MIGHT question it and do some research on their own to learn the facts for what they are, and get a good lesson in Ockham’s Razor, rather than waste all that time and brain energy.

        The purveyors of this nonsense are the ones doing the shilling…

        And it’s a pity I can’t reach through the screen and teach some of you big-talkers a lesson in manners… it frustrates me to no end that you Cyberian big mouths spout off this way, because I’m not used to handling such things… they never seem to happen in meat world when punks like yourself are standing in front of me. Then only thing I hear then is “Sir.”

        Get some home training, and get a life, you pismire.

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    • But any honest, fact-based, Socratic analysis of the following subjects would demonstrate to the investigator, beyond any shadow of reasonable doubt, that a criminal conspiracy was/is afoot:

      See, this is where it all goes wrong… because we demand logic from our fiction, within the realm of the microcosm created and with reasonable suspension of disbelief, we believe that meat world has to follow the same standards.

      It was once wisely said that Truth is stranger than fiction… and some sardonic fellow added later: “because fiction has to make sense”.

      Whether we choose to accept it or not, sometimes one lone gunman with nothing more than a serviceable rifle, a modicum of military training, and the will, can kill the most powerful man in the world.

      Hell, were it not for a few inches to the left, a half-assed, star-struck mangina with a pussy pistol nearly accomplished the same thing.

      And if some ditzy broad knew enough to pull back the slide on an automatic pistol, SHE would have managed the feat.

      The actual world is full of chance, miscues by those who would be expected to know better, and odd happenstances of time and place that allow the otherwise unprepossessing to grasp far further than their reach might merit.

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      • on October 14, 2016 at 10:03 pm The Happy Hindoo

        “Whether we choose to accept it or not, sometimes one lone gunman with nothing more than a serviceable rifle, a modicum of military training, and the will, can kill the most powerful man in the world.”

        Surely you jest. Those three lines above represents (((their))) frame for that event. It is a seductive reduction of the overall complexity that occurred that day. I don’t have time to write out a 600-page treatise on this subject for you (not that you would be interested). But in case there is any opening in your mind to truly investigate JFK, start here:

        https://www.amazon.com/Best-Evidence-Disguise-Deception-Assassination/dp/0025718703

        “Hell, were it not for a few inches to the left, a half-assed, star-struck mangina with a pussy pistol nearly accomplished the same thing.”

        Sorry. That Trump thing (or Ford and Squeaky Fromm) was not even close to the situation of Oswald-JFK. Not even on the same planet. Both Fromm and that would-be Trump assassin were standing right in front of their targets, at point blank range.

        Again, just start here:

        https://www.amazon.com/Best-Evidence-Disguise-Deception-Assassination/dp/0025718703

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      • I’ve been reading the literature on the JFK thing from when before you were born… been there, done that, got the T-shirt.

        The conspiracy theory bullshit, from an innumerable amount of sources either trying to make a buck on the gullibility of the ‘Murrican people, or outright Synathedral shills looking to distract and divert from actual conspiracies that have far more import, has been second only to stories about Hitler.

        If nothing else, it was the original agitprop of turning America into a cynical miasma or mistrusting every splinter in the gummint’s eye, while turning their backs on the fenceposts sticking out of the men behind the curtain.

        No need for 600 page dissertations… I’ve probably read ’em all by now.

        Each and every “proof”, from the LHO was a patsy, to the magic bullet, to the allegedly impossible feat of marksmanship, to the “4th shot”, to the grassy knoll, etc., etc., etc. have been investigated and debunked many times over.

        But, like 9/11 and other matters of faith, all the proof in the world is not going to sway those who have made their minds up by selectively choosing the facts they wish to believe.

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      • on October 14, 2016 at 10:24 pm Captain Obvious

        The best evidence in favor of (((their))) involvement is that Meyer Lansky had to dispatch his man in Dallas, “Jack Ruby” [(((Jacob Rubenstein)))], to get rid of key witness Lee Harvey Oswald.

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      • And for the record, if you want to swap links and start someplace yourself, you can start at Bugliosi’s Reclaiming History, or Posner’s Case Closed.

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      • Sorry Cap’n, but Ruby was a small-time nightclub owner who was a wanna-be gangster with delusions of grandeur… he had no ties to any family, nor to Lansky. This has all been well-documented by innumerable sources, and I wish some of you guys would actually do some reading on it, rather than spout the same ol’, lame ol’ misinformation and innuendo not substantiated by any scintilla of evidence.

        For the grand conspirators to have been so smart, one would think that, rather than send the half-assed Ruby into a police station basement a day or so later, involving who knows how many more people in an already unwieldy plot, they could more easily have had a policeman standing by the exit of the depository and gunned LHO down immediately as he left the building… after all, LHO did have a pistol on him at that time. Case closed.

        Instead, the allegedly patsy used said pistol and killed a patrolman some 40 minutes later, if memory serves.

        Try again.

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      • I was talking about Reagan, not Trump.

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      • Sorry. That Trump thing (or Ford and Squeaky Fromm) was not even close to the situation of Oswald-JFK. Not even on the same planet. Both Fromm and that would-be Trump assassin were standing right in front of their targets, at point blank range.

        So, you seem to be arguing that it’s the ballistics and marksmanship that lends itself to this JFK assassination being a conspiracy?

        Even after the feat has been mimicked by no fewer that three (or is it up to five by now?) other marksmen in the same or better time frame with the same rifle… including one gentleman over 70 years old?

        Not to mention that, with advanced computer simulation and analysis being available decades after the event, the paths of all three shots have been verified and corroborated as extremely likely vis-a-vis comparisons against the Zapruder film.

        If this was your contention, you’re playing to a very weak hand.

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      • on October 15, 2016 at 1:19 am Vagina dominator

        If you go to MIles Mathis site he has an (often kooky but) interesting examination of many of the photographs associated with the Kennedy 1 & 2 assassinations.

        One of the more interesting is his examination of the famous photo of Ruby “shooting” Oswald, complete with (undeniable) Hollywood soundstage lighting and a clearly (and undenably) visible sound stage boom mike.

        Just search for Miles Mathis Kennedy Assassination and you can get the pdf.

        But don’t associate me with every cracked thing he says.I’m just saying the photos are very interesting.

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      • Were I Christian, I might say all those little “almost” and “wtf” moments were guided by the hand of God. Alas, I’m not.

        WTC 1&2, & Pentagon both collapsed according to what I’d expect as an airplane strike. That doesn’t discount any conspiracy theory, including one so mundane as, “Muslims are no different from other people and we should admit them into America.” If that is the extent of the conspiracy, that is sufficient, and we all know THAT is true.

        I know that one man is capable of firing two good shots at a moving target: we in the hinterlands call that a sober hunter. Such knowledge may be regionalized by reminding ya’ll that the NRA was founded to teach Yankees to shoot. Nonetheless, one need only believe there was a conspiracy to permit men to advocate for communism, which is theft and slavery, to think our government allowed a Presidential assassination.

        Is BLM a “conspiracy?” Yes. All you need prove is that the law be ignored.

        What is better: Ghadaffi, chastened, in Libya, or the mess we have without him?

        What is better: Hitler or his replacement?

        Yes, crediting wild unsubstantiated narratives is foolish, but when you wrote that Germans never be permitted empire, you neglected the majority of Anglophone Germans in America.

        Use your head and return to fundamentals.

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    • Bullshit, Not everything is a conspiracy. Anyone who thinks 9/11 was an inside job needs their heads examined.

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  4. on October 14, 2016 at 9:14 pm The Happy Hindoo

    I meant f course “Scalia” not Alito

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  5. Creepy because they’re very clearly talking about something in coded, veiled language.

    Precisely because they worried their emails mighy exposed.

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    • One would have thought, if that were the case, they’d have been bright enough to not commit even cryptic messages to print.

      The ones to fear are the ones who don’t leave clues behind.

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      • on October 14, 2016 at 10:10 pm The Happy Hindoo

        “One would have thought, if that were the case, they’d have been bright enough to not commit even cryptic messages to print.”

        People get embolden, careless and stupid in a rigged game.

        To put it another way – why should they even care what they put in print or even say out loud at this point? The political puppet elite have gotten away with such brazen criminality over the past 50+ years, all out in the open, that there is no reason for them to even be cryptic in an email.

        Heck, they could have just printed “let’s whack Scalia next month” in an email, then leaked that email to the press themselves, then whacked Scalia, then released a YouTube video admitting they did it – and nothing would happen. Obama would just have to make a short statement on TV that “it’s all a conspiracy theory” and everyone would promptly go back to sleep.

        I’m not even joking. They could have literally-Hitler done exactly that.

        Heck one day we could even have a presidential candidate that deletes, say 33,000 emails AFTER receiving a federal subpoena, and such a candidate would be considered a credible candidate for President by at least half the country. It could literally-Hitler get that ridiculous one day in this country. Nothing is off the table.

        [CH: what you say is true. just think, if it weren’t for wikileaks none of these elite machinations would be exposed.]

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      • Heck one day we could even have a presidential candidate that deletes, say 33,000 emails AFTER receiving a federal subpoena, and such a candidate would be considered a credible candidate for President by at least half the country. It could literally-Hitler get that ridiculous one day in this country. Nothing is off the table.

        You seem to be making my “truth is stranger than fiction” case for me.

        Nobody is arguing that the puppets aren’t overconfident as this stage of the game…

        Nor would anyone say they were all that bright…

        But wake me up when you have something solid from the puppet masters.

        Vague references to wet works and vineyards make for juicy gossip, but even the National Enquirer requires a bit more meat on the bone.

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      • Suddenly all my responses are gettin’ et.

        It’s a conspiracy, I tell ya!

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      • on October 15, 2016 at 1:25 am Vagina dominator

        The more you get away with, the more you think you can get away with, and the sloppier you get.

        These people are the same people who start vast wars (WW1&2, Vietnam, Afghanistan, etc) and carry out genocides (the Holodomor, the fire bombing of Germany, the Gulags, the Great Leap Forward) without a blink.

        They killed Breitbart didn’t they?

        Killing two or three hundred lead bloggers wouldn’t bbother them. It’s just a logistics and coverage problem.

        I say blog on, but don’t stand near the edge of the subway platform.

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  6. They even collude in faggy snark.

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  7. Nobody, and I mean nobody, mentions wet works casually. Adding in a “pool” evinces ‘mens rea’, the ‘evil mind’ required to convict. May the sentence be carried out swiftly.

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  8. “Vineyard” is capitalized here-it probably means Martha’s Vineyard, because the people involved are the elite. So this person is saying, “When they said ‘wet works’ would be involved, I knew they didn’t mean a rich person’s pool party.” [They meant assassinations.] The fact that there’s a pool and a vineyard at Scalia’s is circumstantial. It sounds like a nitpick, but this is the kind of reach that can turn people off from “conspiracy theories.” The use of the term “wet works” is enough, not to mention their sociopathic gallows humor.

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    • Thank you… that’s exactly the impression I got from the vineyard mention.

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      • My impression too. This is the quintessential Martha’s Vineyard crowd.

        99% of the time I agree with things GE writes and admire the skill with which he does it. Until he starts writing about 9/11 and related epistemological issues ….

        Oh boy…

        I am content to agree to disagree at this point because after 15 years, all of the necessary and sufficient evidence has been seen by intelligent people of good will (which I believe GE to be). If minds haven’t been changed one way or the other by now, they will not be.

        Forward.

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      • I’ll work on that 1%, brother-man… admittedly, my epistemology remains a work in progress. 😉

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    • I agree that he was talking about Martha’s Vinyard. Podesta says buckle up, it’s going to be a hard night. The response seems to be saying “I know we need to be buckled up because an assassination is not a pool party at Martha’s Vinyard.” Another way of saying “It’s no walk in the park.”

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    • Yeah Vinyard re Martha’s Vinyard makes sense….

      But to talk of such in February leaves me cold…

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  9. on October 14, 2016 at 10:42 pm rationalisationhamster

    If Thecunt wins she’ll probably get to appoint 4 Supreme Court justices. It’ll be the end of the 1st, 2nd amendment as well as the 5th.

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    • This is where the rubber truly meets the road, and why calls of gloom and doom are not the outlandish paranoia that the MSM likes to paint them as.

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    • True, but the reality is it really doesn’t matter what the Supreme Court says, but who enforces it. The Supreme Court can merely provide the rationalization for an executive action, but they literally have no power; no federal law enforcement or military agency reports to them.

      Much like the Roman Emperors did with the old Roman Senate , Presidents consult the Supreme Court and take their proclamations with some weight, but then the Presidents do what they wanted in the first place.

      Let Justice Marshall enforce his own law rape!

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      • Wrong. Whorefinder has it completely wrong.

        During World War II — to quote a REAL-WORLD example rather than his dreary hypothesizing — President Roosevelt ASKED the Supreme Court for permission to intern the thousands of Nip-heads and GOT IT, but he was FORCED to kowtow on them like a wayward medieval prince to the Pope. AND THAT’S POLI-REALITY, buddy.

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      • CEO Lickadick:

        (1) lying about history rape!

        (2) Doesn’t understand that today is not the 1940s government situation rape!

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  10. I would damper on this a bit.

    “pool parties at the Vineyard” has a more probable banal meaning.

    Martha’s Vineyard is a major rich-Lefty vacation spot in MAssachusetts; it’s an island off of Cape Cod. Both the Clintons and Barack OBama vacationthere.

    (In fact, It was on Martha’s Vinyard where Hillary Clinton pushed Anthony Weiner and Huma together as a couple, much against Huma;s will).

    So the expression is probably a Clintonite phrase. Not believing something would be a “pool parties at the Vineyard” is likely the same as not believing something would be easy.

    And I’m not sold on the idea that the Clintons would (1) write, even in code, about killing someone; (2) bring even their close staff in on the know about their extra-curricular activities. The Clintons wouldn’t allow either of those because they are experts at not leaving a smoking gun.

    If this is that sort of clue, however, it would be extremely out of character for them, and/or would be their fatal error.

    Mystery rape!

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    • Comment in mod. But agree.

      Bill clinton rape in martha vineryard rape!

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    • NOW YOU’RE RIGHT.

      The average American elite-member is a TOTAL PUSSY. I know them well, and intimately — from all their historical actions.

      They: (A) Let Hitler rise to power without stopping him.
      (B) Let their likely future enemies the Russkies GET NUKES without intervening;
      (C) Failed to stop Bin Laden even after the 6-deaths of the first World Trade Center bombing back in the early 1990s, despite Intelligence Agency advice

      Americans will take it up the ass until it’s VERY CLEAR their colon is in the process of rupturing. That’s a fact any opponent of theirs can ALWAYS work into his plans.

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  11. Look, another point I want to raise is this:

    we need to balance heightened suspicion with not jumping at shadows. And to see that we don’t need to find a smoking gun anymore, but to find a brave investigator/prosecutor and embolden them to nail this criminal witch and her husband.

    I say this because any overreach will be used by the left as proof that nothing we say is true. Much like how the Left set McCartthy up to overrreach and thus become the fall guy, bringing down the Second Red Scare and literally allowing Soviet Spies to begin running amok again in the U.S. government and media. We don’t want that.

    Clinton is dirty, everyone believes that. She sells herself to the highest bidder, which means the four S’s: Soros, the Saudis, the Semites, and Sachs (Goldman). She will always repay them for their payments. She’s pay for play. The murders, the intimidation, the threats, the hiding emails—-all serve her purpose: garnering power to get bribes for.

    But the evidence is already there. A zealous prosecutor/ agent could nail her on something.

    Dewey nailed Luciano for a 20-year term—-for running brothels. It was all Dewey could get him on, but he made it stick. Hard.

    Eliot Ness got Al Capone—-on tax evasion. It was all they could get him on, but they made it stick. Hard.

    A zealous prosecutor/agent could get her on something. Obstruction of Justice could be pinned on her no problem by a decent lawyer, and magnitude of her obstruction is so large it could give her decades behind bars.

    So the question isn’t playing “gotcha” with her anymore. The question is finding someone with the will to go after her and the balls to push hard on her. It is a question of political will. Which is why Trump’s comments about a special prosecutor must’ve sent chills down her spine. Some Trump-picked prosecutor, held down for years in favor of more “diversity” picks, going after her—the evidence is there, all he would need would be the Dewey/Ness will to pin the witch to the stake and light it on fire.

    Political will rape!

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    • It is absolutely and entirely a question of political will. And most white people have none.

      To destroy evidence after a subpoena has been issued in a criminal investigation is, of course, a crime. At the very least, Hillary Clinton admits to committing this crime not once, not twice, not a dozen times but 33,000.

      If she were just a wealthy private citizen, her impunity would be an outrage prompting the resurrection of People’s Courts. The fact that she was the Secretary of State when this was done and is now running for President of the United States is like a plot from a sophomoric comic book. Completely unbelievable.

      And yet… 70%+ of women and at least 50% of all Americans will cast their vote for her.

      I still believe all of this ends only one one way and it ain’t through Supreme Court decisions and congressional votes. I just want it to start while I still have some strength left.

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      • I still believe all of this ends only one one way and it ain’t through Supreme Court decisions and congressional votes. I just want it to start while I still have some strength left.

        I’m a member of that club myself.

        That said, whatever the will of God may be, let it happen. And may Christ and St. Michael bolster our courage and strength.

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    • *sighs patiently*

      Your heroism and courage on a WEBSITE are MOST HEARTENING, dear fuckheads Eliot and Scanner.

      Like to see you go up to an apolitical cop on the street, shoot him in the head and begin marching on your city hall in an alt-right putsch.

      Speaking as someone who as FAR greater capability than ANY OF YOU, I know what YOURS is —

      — and it’s zero, without a mass movement, of which you will get none against the Liberal Orthodoxy without a counter Mass Media Outlet opposing them.

      *vanishing*

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      • Let me explain very clearly what I mean.

        *IF* there was a big huge sexy MASS MEDIA outlet — TV and newspaper — beaming out alt-right ideas, THEN, YES, you could have your counter-revolution against the liberal tyrants.

        Because then you could have LEGITIMACY.

        But WITHOUT a mass media anchor (which are currently entirely owned by the lefty-boys), you have NOTHING.

        Only mass media can defeat mass media.

        I MIGHT be able to make my own mass media outlet, but I assure you — that’s in the future, and NONE OF YOU CAN. And haters . . . before you cry for my banning . . . consider your own stupidity first. And weakness. *smiling* And inferior good looks to mine.

        *one finger up to you*

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      • I’m awestruck and humbled.

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      • Ban CEO Luckadick the lying troll rape!

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      • Speaking as someone who as FAR greater capability than ANY OF YOU

        lol. The paid shills are all hilariously gamma, Vox totally nailed this type.They all are SECRET KINGS who are WAY MORE POWERFUL that you peons. And not just losers working for crap wages in a DNC-rented basement.

        CEO Lickadick rape!

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      • At mention of the name Christ the Lord of the Flies fey minion hissed as if burned by holy water.

        And it’s always ironic when the usual suspect dweebs berate my courage from the safety of their own keyboards.

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  12. Hildabeast is a white-collar terrorist.

    She should not be given quarter just because she is female.

    If females in the military can do what a man does, then Hildabeast can serve the time like a man does.

    BIG SHIV INC.

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  13. 90 per cent of war mongers and 0 per cent of casualties (on either side)

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  14. if you doubt that we now live in a country where you can be killed for your political opinions, I’m not sure what else to tell you.

    I realize (as someone said recently) that this is hard to believe when you’re still going to work every day, there’s food in your fridge, and you’re still going to your grandkids’ soccer games. It’s very unpleasant to acknowledge. But the shit is not GOING to hit the fan, the shit HAS hit the fan.

    It’s too late for some of us. But you need to be teaching kids to survive in this world, and I don’t mean being able to start fires, ride horses, or fly a/c.

    We true irredeemable armed deplorables, we read Solzhenitsyn and Jeff Cooper. Our lives will not be taken for free. > > >

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  15. FBI didn’t charge Clinton cause all of Congress and DC are guilty of treason. No way to charge one of them without opening the can o worms. She might not have parkinsons could simply be reaction to fear that sets her tripping. Not that she is healthy. Look at cuckryan’s face that weirdness, beside being a fag, is fear. These fuckers are guilty and know if the truth comes out they will hang. I’m betting all those deposed generals and any redpilled ones still holding power are on the side of the Trumpening. And I’m guessing Trump has the 33,000 emails. We’ll see them in a couple weeks. He’s holding them as his Trump card.
    Bad pun rape.

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    • Comey didn’t charge Hillary because he didn’t want to be responsible for the indictment of a major party candidate 4 months before the election, no matter how guilty she is.

      He is a coward, pure and simple. He took an oath and now we see what oaths mean to him. I don’t think he realizes what he unleashed.

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      • Comey is a coward, but he is also a dirty snake. There is zero chance—zero–that if Trump had been the guy under investigation, Comey would have done the same. nope, he would proudly declared that the case against Trump was AIR-TIGHT and that we should start prosecuting TOMORROW.

        FBI is the secret police rape!

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  16. On Scalia the most suspicious thing is the simplest. If (((they))) were going to create an opening on the court, on whose pillow would it fall? Note to self remove barbells and pillows from house.

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    • And, this was after the SC had overturned an Obummer law or rule for the first time since he’d been in office.

      Scalia’s death was almost the following week after that had happened.

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  17. I doubt John Podesta is really Italian.

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  18. Anyone else read “Foucalt’s Pendulum” by Umberto Eco?

    A masterpiece on conspiracies: a niche book publisher fleeced indy authors by ‘publishing’ their books, grows tired of reading inept authors writing crackpot conspiracies and decides he can do better. He weaves a tale that incorporates every conspiracy theory he could find – only to discover that there is a grand conspiracy.

    Moral of the comment: just because it is labeled a CT doesn’t necessarily make it untrue.

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    • Umberto Eco sucks major balls. He’s a typical Obama-loving, lefty never-had-a-real-job European “intellectual”.

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  19. Heartiste, check this out: https://newrepublic.com/article/137798/important-wikileaks-revelation-isnt-hillary-clinton

    [CH: fine article, but its premise is wrong. the most important wikileaks revelations DO have to do with thecunt. if it weren’t for the lapdog media refusing to cover the leaks the country would know of thecunt’s total and absolute corruption and throw her in jail.]

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  20. Fucksakes shut the fuck up bout 9/11 and the “holohoax”
    You sound fucken mental…

    What do we know about Steve Elmendorf?. Who is he? Is he the kinda guy who’d be into wet work?.

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  21. Elmendorf doesn’t HAVE to be “into” wet work. He merely has to have info
    about it.

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  22. on October 15, 2016 at 7:52 am Divine Son of Kek

    What’s frightening is that the average shitleeb won’t be fazed by this.

    They’re so fucking cynical that a possible conspiracy to knock off a pro-2nd amendment, anti-affirmative action, quasi-fascist old white man is justified in the name of the common good.

    We have a population of zealots happy to let the apparatchiks run wild.

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  23. my head used to spin about conspiracy theories. now I just keep it simple and focus on human biodiversity. when you realize that different groups have different genetic-predetermined dispositions for how society should be structured, which are diametrically opposed to your own, then there’s no need for conspiracy theories.

    we’re always at war, and yes, other tribes want you dead. nature itself is a conspiracy, against the weak.

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  24. Thinking about how peaceful the world is, I was walking through Toronto — and I have had the same experience in supposedly rough and tumble big American cities — and watching all the people go by, no cops, all kinds of money tucked away in pockets, everyone purposeful, intent, peaceable and friendly, and I MARVELED at the way they were acting. It seemed so unnatural to me, and yet, there it was.

    A handful of cops — one here, two or three there, every mile or two — is more than enough to “police” the situation. They do nothing really, but are more reminders of “be nice, play fair.” If you wanted to, you could easily step aside in a minor side street without cameras and mug the fuck out of some middle-class trusting sap. I’ve counted at least 50 times I could have made a simple, successful mugging with no one to stop me.

    The only danger is in laying down patterns, where you go to the same location over and over. But the number of real criminals fulfilling these opportunities is incredibly small. To take another example — child abductions. In two years — I believe it was 2003 and 2004 — there was ONE verified abduction among 5.6 million children in Canada. ONE. And yet every fucker in every park having a pleasant time watching kid is accused of being a pedo. THAT’S the world we live in — paranoia and exaggeration, drama and fakeness. And ultra-safety for the boring mass drones.

    Like yourself.

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    • your confusing safety with the blindness that your life exists entirely within a gated community. you travel from one gated community to the next, but you don’t build the gates or guard them yourself.. ever.

      even this comments section is a gated community, which is why you feel safe blathering on and on. consciously or not, you gravitate towards the safe spaces that others create.

      IOW, parasite.

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    • It’s extremely peaceful in the five countries Sick Hillary started her wars in.

      And in the ghettoes where the race riots continue nightly. And in American in general, where crime is up 10%.

      Rent-boy LIckadick caught lying like the leftist he is rape!

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  25. “Won’t you please come to Chicago.”

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    • Walk around in East St. Louis and marvel at the peace and safety or Detroit, or Newark or Memphis, or Oakland or West Chicago….

      You babbling twat.

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      • If you are talking to me Scanman, you can throw your labels somewhere else. The phrase is from a Graham Nash song. It was used as an invite to come to the Chicago 1968 Democratic convention. For those that showed up in Grant Park it resulted in getting their head broken by the Chicago police. It may be before your time. Chicago is on track for maybe 700+ homicides this year. This is called bonus murders time. So please come on down and see the glorious city.

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      • I picked the wrong reply tab, Andy. We are basically saying the same thing to saucerfag as far as I can tell.

        No offense intended.

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  26. The mystery of Skypess Within sudden disappearance has been finally resolved
    She has been in Tel Aviv attending a JDIF advanced course
    ” How to troll Goys having an orgasm”

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    • on October 15, 2016 at 9:55 am Divine Son of Kek

      Combined HB10.

      The Shekelstein Within has been commenting under different handles recently.

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    • Would God’s chosen really look (and act) like this?

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    • looks like a trailer for Human Centipede 3, SJW edition.

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    • A picture, worth six million words

      Courtesy of Maximus Meridius Demidius from one of the most prestigious institutions of higher learning The Center for Scientific Antisemitism

      https://mpcdot.com/forums/topic/330-the-center-for-scientific-antisemitism/page__st__1980

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    • Fugly alert set to Defcon 1

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    • Found this 1960s photo from California. Love the open, strong ZFG manspreading Alpha in the middle of the photo, acting as an inspiration to the other White boys in the photo. And HE is the one the lady is googling over. No vibrancy, clean healthy White people, nice weather. America had so much wealth, promise and opportunity, but took (was led towards) the wrong turn in the 1960s (yes, yes, very stupid mistakes were made well before that – e.g., fighting Germany in WWII – but we could have at least salvaged the Nation despite that utter stupidity).

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      • on October 15, 2016 at 10:39 am Divine Son of Kek

        I was doing Stiff Legs for the first time in months and felt like my hams were on fire.

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      • Funny how JFK goes down by a random psycho gunman and LBJ comes in with all kinds of plans isn’t it?

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      • Johnson designed the “Great Society” legislation upholding civil rights, public broadcasting, Medicare, Medicaid, aid to education, the arts, urban and rural development, public services, and his “War on Poverty”. Assisted in part by a growing economy, the War on Poverty helped millions of Americans rise above the poverty line during Johnson’s presidency.[2] Civil rights bills signed by Johnson banned racial discrimination in public facilities, interstate commerce, the workplace, and housing; and the Voting Rights Act banned certain requirements in southern states used to disenfranchise African Americans. With the passage of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, the country’s immigration system was reformed and all racial origin quotas were removed (replaced by national origin quotas).

        Johnson escalated American involvement in the Vietnam War. In 1964, Congress passed the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, which granted Johnson the power to use military force in Southeast Asia without having to ask for an official declaration of war. The number of American military personnel in Vietnam increased dramatically, from 16,000 advisors in non-combat roles in 1963,[3] to 550,000 in early 1968, many in combat roles. American casualties soared and the peace process bogged down. Growing unease with the war stimulated a large, angry antiwar movement based especially on university campuses in the U.S. and abroad.[4]

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      • Saw a beautiful young girl, early 20’s. near an 8, slim and long straight blonde hair, jeans and a tight t, no tattoos… walking in front of the hipster coffee shop carrying a young baby. Just walking back and forth comforting the baby. It brought a tear to my eye, I wanted to take a picture of her… the whole scene was like a dream… blue hairs and tatted chubbys walking past her to get in.

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      • No roids either.

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    • on October 15, 2016 at 10:25 am Divine Son of Kek

      Fourth from the right is the only one close to humanoid.

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    • on October 15, 2016 at 10:27 am Divine Son of Kek

      I take that back.

      Zoom’d in on the picture.

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    • Gawd are God’s chosen women are damn ugly. Unattractive people. I can’t believe I’m saying this but some blacks chicks are better-looking these skypesses.

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  27. OT, but…

    Women spend more time with their ‘smartphones’ than their mates, and prefer the former over the latter.

    http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2016/10/13/study-women-prefer-their-smartphone-to-their-partner/

    Like giving crack to 5 year olds, and expecting nothing bad to happen.

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  28. every other post goes into the void…

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    • Fuck the mod

      Go to teamsubjectmatter.com and see how we are lied to… by design.

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        Elmendorf later founded Elmendorf/Ryan LLC[2] a government relations and strategic counseling firm he owns along with Jimmy Ryan which represents corporations, trade associations and non profit organizations. Elmedorf/Ryan employs an “all-star team of Democratic revolving-door lobbyists . . . including former top aides to Democratic floor leaders Harry Reid, Dick Gephardt, Steny Hoyer and Nancy Pelosi.”[3]

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        [CH: gays = traitors.]

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      • Elmendorf joined Gephardt’s staff in 1992 and became chief of staff in 1997.

        He managed the floor for House Democrats and designed the Democratic Caucus’ strategic response to issues including the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, the Clinton 1993 economic program, the Clinton effort to reform health care in 1994, NAFTA, the 1997 Balanced Budget Act, McCain-Feingold campaign finance reform and the Iraq war resolution.[1]

        While in the leader’s office, he was named every year by Roll Call newspaper as one of the 50 most powerful staff people on Capitol Hill.[1]

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      • Elmendorf is openly gay.[4]

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      • In 2004, as deputy campaign manager for Kerry’s 2004 presidential bid, Elmendorf was the primary campaign liaison to U.S. senators, members of Congress, governors and mayors. He also supervised the field operations in 21 states and was on the strategic team involved in overall campaign planning and worked in the campaign’s outreach to constituency groups and organized labor.[1] In November of 2011, Elmendorf was included on The New Republic’s list of Washington’s most powerful, least famous people. [5]

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      • CH: Please elaborate re: gays=traitors. It isn’t sufficiently explained elsewhere in other – even long-forgotten – blog posts. I could use a refresher course.

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      • Back in the day, when queers stayed in the closet, there was much political and espionage blackmailing over being outed, especially in England, but also on this side of the pond.

        They even made a few movies about it, back in the sixties, e.g. The Best Man (wherein a scheming Trump-like figure gets edged out of the nomination, along with a noble shitlib with tenuous ties to the Communist party in his college days). I think there was also a subplot in Advise & Consent, wherein the fag offed himself when he was outed.

        Now, of course, that sort of shame factor is severely outdated, but the unsound mentality of queers, in which they lurv to upend normalcy in any way possible, is what makes them a security liability.

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    • Elmendorf was included on The New Republic’s list of Washington’s most powerful, least famous people.

      I’m betting THAT roll call reads like the invitation list to a koscher barbeque.

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  31. on October 15, 2016 at 11:11 am Divine Son of Kek

    OT:

    This girl wants me to come out to a goth club

    What should I wear

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  32. Left is now losing their shit despite the fact that Lil Jon hisself is cool with the whole UNcle Tom deal…

    They might Cosby you LJ…

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  33. While individuals will always be at-risk, political movements adapt by taking a ‘next man up’ approach, so there’s always someone to step into the breach. Doing so takes a lot of humility, so ego doesn’t get in the way, but it’s ultimately what wins.

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  34. on October 15, 2016 at 12:22 pm CBR600RR_Rider

    he was found with a pillow over his head, no?

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  35. on October 15, 2016 at 9:16 pm The Baddest Lt

    I was active duty for 9 years and have worked as a DOD contractor. There is nothing they do that surprises me. JFK three shooters, Thirty caliber, no Carcano.

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  36. Of course Scalia was killed.

    There was no autopsy done! They couldn’t put the poor guy underground fast enough! The news media gives two seconds bite of how old guy passes away in sleep, ah how sweet. Nothing to see here.

    Shows what an oblivius dope he was to make himself vulnerable, as all “great conservativies” are. I believe he was staying on a big fancy ranch of a guy with dem/military ties. . .

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  37. https://www.metabunk.org/debunked-podestas-wet-works-refers-to-assassinations-firing-people-other-unpopular-tasks.t8043/

    prestige deprivation

    psychic pain

    an arrangement of dots of light in the night sky tell me.. evil conspirators are afoot..

    my decoding of the arrangement is further proof of my

    unrecognized excellence

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    • on October 17, 2016 at 2:36 am carlos danger

      DNC disinformation site. You guys just lie and lie and lie. Truth is not even in your universe. Why even address it if it’s so meaningless?

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  38. on October 17, 2016 at 2:19 am carlos danger

    The CIA has had a heart attack gun for about 30 years now. It shoots a small dart that releases an agent that triggers a heart attack and dissolves in the blood without a trace. I’m pretty sure this is what was used on Scalia.

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