Scalia Dead: Pelican Brief?

antonin-scalia-703664Associate Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead of apparent natural causes Saturday on a luxury resort in West Texas, federal officials said.

Scalia, 79, was a guest at the Cibolo Creek Ranch, a resort in the Big Bend region south of Marfa.

According to a report, Scalia arrived at the ranch on Friday and attended a private party with about 40 people. When he did not appear for breakfast, a person associated with the ranch went to his room and found a body.

And so now the battles begin, and the RepublicRATS in Washington DeCeipt had better be on their guard. Let’s be honest – we already have three left-leaning women serving in the United States Supreme Court; Clarence Thomas who is still looking for pubic hair on a coke can; and John Roberts – who sold out to the Obama Administration (on ObamaCare) the minute he read letters to the Editor of the New York Times that swayed his vote.

So that cares for six who “serve.” I don’t know enough about the rest of them to be able to make a determined assessment – but we are in trouble.

Who will be chosen? Eric Holder? He’s making too much money in the private sector now. Obama can’t nominate himself (although Biden might like that). We could have an open gay nominated, but I suspect that there might already be some LBGT types up there already – besides – they already crammed deviancy up our wazoos anyway. HEY – about one of B.O.’s Muslim buddies to the Supreme Court.

YUP – that would just about guarantee Sharia Law in this nation.

We are doomed.

Statement from Mitch McConnell

Statement from Mitch McConnell

Rest in Peace Justice Scalia. Have a glass of Chianti on us. You will be missed.

Without Apology I am,

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22 thoughts on “Scalia Dead: Pelican Brief?

  1. A Reader

    “Was set to decide first major abortion case in 10 years; Voting rights, affirmative action, immigration…”

    And now, he “conveniently” (for the “Liberal” ruling clique) died.

    I smell a rat here.

    The US Senate is apparently readying itself to pull their old trick on us. They say that there will be no nomination this year. Yeah, right, they kept telling us that Obamacare is dead on arrival, and then it passed.

    It may well be the most critical moment for our Republic. Please, consider uniting around Donald Trump.

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  2. Michael

    How does one define a “conservative” Justice? Scalia may well have been the best of the worst but saying he was “constitututional” is a stretch indeed. Where in the constitution does it give authority to the Supreme Court to tell a state to stop counting votes in a presidential election? Where does the Constitution empower the highest court to order documents pertaining to the invasion of Iraq in the hands of the Vice President to be sealed? Where in the constitution does it declare constitutional issues such as secession are to be decided by war? Where does it say in our Bill of Rights that our Second Amendment is subject to “reasonable restrictions?” Scalia was involved or made statements or rulings supporting all of the above.

    Scalia was certainly to the right of the majority on the highest court but he was leaps and bounds from being a constitutionalist. Regardless, may he rest in peace.

    Who ever replaces him will be worse regardless of who appoints them. How could any of the current candidates for president, none of whom would recognize the constitution if it hit them in the ass, find a true constitutionalist to nominate to the court seeing as how there are none?

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    1. Charles

      Still going on about the hanging chad vote l see. How times did you want them to recount the votes? Until they finally disintegrated into a Gore victory? You’re a complete bafoon and your statements are total bullshit!

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      1. Michael

        Regardless of your “bullshit” allegations Charles, state in the Constitution where the Courts can order the states to stop counting votes. If their decision would have made Gore president, you would have been railing to high heaven. What you are saying is it is ok to violate the Constitution if if that violation supports your position or belief. How does that make you different from the liberal progressives who love Obamacare, same sex marriage, abortion and gun control? Do you believe only your side can violate the Constitution with impunity?

        I realize facts are hard to take for those who base political decisions on emotions rather than facts. One can always pick them out for they list no facts in their responses, just emotional ad hominem attacks on others, another trademark feature of the progressives.

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  3. Karma

    Another Pelican Brief??? My husband and I are heart sick about this and are worried about America. We believe the Constitution is in grave danger.

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  4. Barbara

    Michael,
    Wish you would write an article citing the facts about Scalia that very few seem to know.
    Many are under wrong impressions and have succumbed to Establishment propaganda…quicksand to reason & truth.
    Thanks for your comment!
    ~B

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  5. Julio Cesar

    Pelican Brief?
    Really looks suspicious with current President in last year of his term looking for for a legacy. Now in annoucing Scalia’s death and in same breadth stating that he will appoint a nomine before his term ends instead of waiting until after the election is very concerning for America.
    Business as usual as Liberals do not let an opportunity go to waste.

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  6. OffGrid9

    I wonder…who’s the ME who performed the autopsy? The announcement that Scalia died of “natural causes” came awfully fast. It takes time to do a full spectrum of blood tests.

    Did Scalia have a history of heart trouble? Were there known health issues? If his health were suspect, do you really believe he’d have gone on a hunting trip without a doctor or family member? He died alone, about 20 miles from the Mexican border at Ojinaga. Do you think, just maybe, some drug cartel mechanic might have whipped up a cocktail that would kill without a trace?

    I’m not much on conspiracy theories, and I’m not really suggesting that this was a Pelican Brief contract….but it sure is strange.

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  7. Elizabeth

    When I found out today and read what happened – right away I was like “WHO DID THIS!!!???” It is just too fishy to me!

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  8. Annie

    Wait and see…….Obama’s nomination will be “Faster than a speeding bullet! More powerful than a locomotive! Able to leap over congress in a single bound!”
    My advice to congress………They should move as quickly as Holder did on fast and furious, & the state dept on Hillary’s emails.

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  9. John W. Slagle

    “Day by Day, case by case, the Supreme Court is busy designing a Constitution for a country, I do not recognize”. which is a memorable statement by Justice Antonin Scalia. R.I.P.

    For the past century, America’s Federal Judges have expanded their authority far beyond the rights given by the Constitution. The Supreme Court endorses Terrorist’s Rights, Flag burning , Importing foreign law, and strikes down laws in favor of liberal national policies. No matter who holds political office, American society drifts to the left. Judicial activism has eroded the rights of individuals, states and local communities and altered our form of government.

    If there is one area of law that should be universally understood as being outside the purview of the Supreme Court’s social engineering reach, it should be immigration. Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution states that Congress shall have the power “to establish a uniform Rule of Naturalization. For the last several decades, the Supreme Court has effectively trampled on Congress’s constitutionally mandated , separate and exclusive power and taken upon itself the task of rewriting America’s immigration laws. The Court abused its limited authority and has become effectively the architect of the rules governing not only how immigrants enter and remain in America, but wheter those immigrants can avail themselves of social benifits that states and even Congress have sought to limit to U.S. Citizens. Thanks to succeeding Supreme Courts, illegal immigrants, not legal immigrants but aliens that have broken U.S. Law to enter this country are entitled to a public school education at tax payer’s expense. The Court also ruled that despite laws to the contrary, non citizens, illegal aliens can qualify for welfare, seek college tuition assistance, take civil service exams and can practise Law.

    Being well informed in these very strange times is a necessity. Many outstanding and informative books are available that state the facts regarding all of our lifetime appointed Supreme Court Judges, their decisons and cases like Roe Vs. Wade that gutted the Constitution. Men in Black, How the Supreme Cout is destroying America by Mark R. Levin, Constitutional Scholar, Lawyer and Patriot is excellant as is Courting Disaster, How the Supreme Court is Usuping the Power of Congress and the People by Pat Robertson.

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    1. michael

      But, folks, why all this weeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth? There is no cause for concern. Everyone knows no matter who Obama appoints, that person must be approved by the US Senate and that Senate contains a Republican majority and there is no way in hell a Republican would ever vote for a Marxist Socialist for the highest court in the land! Oops forgot all about Ginsberg, Kagan, Sotomayor, Roberts, Kennedy, and Breyer, all who rode to power while collecting republican votes. I believe it was Lindsey Graham who put Sotomayor into the Blackest of judicial robes. Five good republicans voted for Kagan and the Senate voted 96 to 3 to put Ruth Bader Ginsberg on the court who once wrote that sex between adults and children over 12 should not be against the law. This came after Ginsberg had served as legal counsel for the North American Man Boy Love Association. Nothing at all to worry about here. Obama will never get an appointment by a majority of republicans!!

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  10. John W. Slagle

    According to the news this morning on both lame stream media and radio, Scalia was found dead with a pillow over his head by the Cibolo ranch owner, yet his death was still attributed to natural causes…..

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  11. John W. Slagle

    On an after thought, having been stationed at the Presidio, Texas U.S. Border Patrol Station on the Rio Grande for over two years in Marfa Sector, the death of Scalia seems even more curious. Unless things have changed which is doubtful, the area is as still as remote and isolated as it was in 1974. During those times law enforcement in Presidio County was the Sheriff and one Deputy along with an 8 man U.S.B.P.
    area patrol that covered the Big Bend .There was no Medical Doctor available in Presidio, Texas and people with illnesses, severe injuries had to see Mexican doctors in Ojinaga, Chihuahua across the river from Presidio. Marfa and Alpine 60 miles north were the nearest link to medical facilities. It would be interesting to see where the Medical Examiner in 2016 originated.

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  12. John W. Slagle

    FYI to all
    Image for the news result
    Scalia found dead with ‘pillow over his head’
    WND.com‎ – 48 mins ago

    Since Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead in his resort hotel room at Cibolo Creek Creek …

    Cibolo Creek Ranch owner recalls Scalia’s last hours in Texas
    San Antonio Express-News‎ – 16 hours ago

    BREAKING: Judge reveals Scalia’s cause of death, says this about foul play…
    Allen B. West‎ – 17 hours ago
    More news for scalia found dead with pillow over head

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  13. John W. Slagle

    In an event that I’ll always remember is April 27, 1973 when Sheriff Ernest Hamilton, Presidio County Sheriff’s Department Texas was shot and killed while he and a deputy questioned a suspect while assisting U.S. Border Patrol agents. During the questioning the suspect suddenly opened fire, shooting Sheriff Hamilton five times and the deputy once. The suspect fled but was arrested by Border Patrol agents a short distance away. The man was charged with capital murder.The Justice of the Peace and the medical examiner were immediately advised and at the scene.
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    Curiously on the death of Justice Scalia on the 13th. of February, 2016, It then took hours for authorities to find a justice of the peace, officials said Sunday. When they did, she pronounced Scalia dead of natural causes without seeing the body and decided not to order an autopsy. A second justice of the peace, who was called but couldn’t get to Scalia’s body in time, said she would have ordered an autopsy.

    “If it had been me .?.?. I would want to know,” Juanita Bishop, a justice of the peace in Presidio, Tex., told The Washington Post in an interview Sunday about the chaotic hours after Scalia’s death at the Cibolo Creek Ranch, a luxury compound less than an hour from the Mexican border and about 40 miles south of Marfa.

    The U.S. Marshals Service has not issued a statement about the events surrounding the death on Saturday of Scalia, who had recently returned from a trip to the Far East, where his last public event was a book signing in Hong Kong. And as official Washington tried to process what the justice’s death means for politics and the law, some details of his final hours remained opaque.

    Officials later said Scalia’s body was being embalmed and there would be no autopsy. The death certificate will simply show the cause of the death was a heart attack. This despite Texas law which states,“ an autopsy is required when the attending physician declaring death is not familiar with patient.”

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  14. John W. Slagle

    On today’s date, Saturday, February the 20th, Justice Scalia was laid to rest. Nothing to see or speculate on, natural causes, a heart attack led to Scalia’s death, move on and concentrate on political debates insignificant news trivia and sports. The following outstanding article was presented on February 15 before news medias seemed to be silenced on the subject of Scalia’s death in Presidio County, Texas.

    Washington Post
    by Jon Rappoport

    February 15, 2016

    Let’s jump right in with quotes from the Washington Post, 2/15, “Conspiracy theories swirl around the death of Antonin Scalia”. The Post published extraordinary statements from the Facebook page of “William O. Ritchie, former head of criminal investigations for D.C. police”:

    “As a former homicide commander, I am stunned that no autopsy was ordered for Justice Scalia.”

    “You have a Supreme Court Justice who died, not in attendance of a physician. You have a non-homicide trained US Marshal tell the justice of peace that no foul play was observed. You have a justice of the peace pronounce death while not being on the scene and without any medical training opining that the justice died of a heart attack. What medical proof exists of a myocardial Infarction? Why not a cerebral hemorrhage?”

    “How can the Marshal say, without a thorough post mortem, that he was not injected with an illegal substance that would simulate a heart attack…”

    “Did the US Marshal check for petechial hemorrhage in his eyes or under his lips that would have suggested suffocation? Did the US Marshal smell his breath for any unusual odor that might suggest poisoning? My gut tells me there is something fishy going on in Texas.”

    If this isn’t enough, the Post goes on:

    “Scalia’s physician, Brian Monahan, is a U.S. Navy rear admiral and the attending physician for the U.S. Congress and Supreme Court. He declined to comment on Scalia’s [prior] health when reached by telephone Monday at his home in Maryland.

    “’Patient confidentiality forbids me to make any comment on the subject,’ he said.”

    “When asked whether he planned to make public the statement he’s preparing for [Texas Judge] Guevara, Monahan repeated the same statement and hung up on a reporter.”

    As long as no law-enforcement investigation of Scalia’s death is launched, the doctor is justified. Confidentiality applies, unless Scalia’s family lifts it. But if such an investigation is opened, all bets are off. Confidentiality no longer applies.

    There are reports that, after Scalia’s body was transported from the celebrity ranch in Texas, closely guarded and shielded by a bevy of marshals, it was rapidly embalmed. If so, that would apparently make toxicological tests far more difficult or impossible.

    As for a murder motive, try: upsetting the voting balance of the US Supreme Court. Try: a push to appoint a new Justice now, thus ensuring the appointee’s political persuasion, regardless of the outcome of the 2016 Presidential election. Try: attempting to shift the Court’s voting balance in upcoming cases on abortion, immigration, and Obamacare.

    Dismiss the comfortable notion that “this couldn’t happen.” JFK couldn’t have been murdered, but he was. High political figures don’t carry special immunity.

    Dismiss assurances from incompetents in Texas that Scalia died of natural causes, and dismiss the press repeating these assurances—which add up to: nothing.

    Dismiss calls for “propriety in a time of grief.”

    Dismiss whatever opinions, pro and con, circulate now about Scalia, his points of view, his decisions, his character, his life. They’re irrelevant to the facts of his death. Those facts are as clear as mud.

    Dismiss the typical accusations of “conspiracy theory.” It’s no theory when key facts are unknown and incompetents supplied the current “information.”

    In addition to what I’ve cited above, count as relevant the fact that Scalia’s federal protection had been removed while he was at the Texas ranch. We’re told Scalia didn’t want that protection. Maybe yes, maybe no. We’re also told Scalia’s family didn’t want an autopsy. Again, maybe yes, maybe no. The family has been silent. Or if not, their statements aren’t being reported.

    Consider, as potentially relevant, the report that Scalia was found with a pillow over his head.

    Consider, as relevant, that Judge Guevara, deciding without seeing the body that Scalia died from natural causes, ruled against doing an autopsy—and a counter-opinion, offered unofficially by another Texas judge, Juanita Bishop, that she would have wanted an autopsy. (See “Scalia’s death to be ruled a heart attack” and “Urgent calls begin for Scalia autopsy: Rush to ‘natural causes’ conclusion criticized” and “Judge Cinderela Guevara: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know”)

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  15. John W. Slagle

    Food for thought…a long and informative volume regarding another incident in history, JFK and Dallas
    The following is a small brief from Volume 7 of the HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON
    ASSASSINATIONS:

    SECTION II.–PERFORMANCE OF AUTOPSY

    PART I. INTRODUCTION

    (27) Throughout the last 15 years, many critics have
    questioned the competency and validity of the autopsy of
    President Kennedy. The efforts of the U.S. Department of the Navy
    and other Government sources to insure privacy with respect to
    the autopsy procedures and other events that took place at
    Bethesda Naval Hospital have contributed in part to much of the
    uncertainty and skepticism. Included in these efforts was an
    order of silence issued to the participants in the autopsy. (1)

    (28) Because of this skepticism and in accordance with its
    mandate to conduct a full and complete investigation into the
    circumstances surrounding the death of President Kennedy, the
    committee decided to investigate the performance of the autopsy.
    The focus was to be on the following issues:

    1. The possibility that someone ordered or
    otherwise strongly suggested that the autopsy
    doctors perform a limited or incomplete
    autopsy;

    2. The question of the competency and validity of
    the autopsy; and

    3. The documentation of the events that occurred,
    how they occurred, and when they occurred.

    (29) The committee conducted a review of all documentary
    evidence and contacted almost all persons still alive who had
    attended the autopsy. The Department of the Navy agreed to
    rescind the orders of silence issued to the autopsy personnel.

    (30) The following material relates the issues and
    corresponding facts chronologically (part II) and then presents
    the conclusions of the committee.

    (31) The evidence indicates that while the pathologists
    were given authority to perform a complete autopsy, the autopsy
    was not complete according to established medicolegal standards.

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