Did Wikileaks Just Reveal a Plot to Kill Scalia?

 In opinion, Politics

Several websites are claiming that a Wikileaks email to John Podesta reveals a plot to kill Antonin Scalia.  Have these political pawns written in code in their emails? Are they smart enough for that? Let’s look at it:

The email is titled “Thanks.” And it sounds pretty suspicious, especially since the term “wet works” is an old KGB term for assassination. But is that what it really is? Anything is possible.

The term “wet works” appears to be the crux of the issue.

We found one other Wikileaks release with Steve Elmendorf’s header on it from exactly one week earlier. The Title of this one is “Congrats” and speaks of making money. Note: Steve Elmendorf is a lobbyist.

The emails are one week apart both on a Tuesday in February. The first email on Feb 2 refers to “bedwetters” which seems to refer to people who were waffling on giving money. Or it may mean something far more ominous. We just don’t know at this point.

Hillary raised $30. Million in February alone. Elmendorf’s Lobbying firm is called “Subject Matter.” They have raised $$Millions , once again, from companies such as Time Warner, big banks and corporations, etc.

It appears there may be an email missing from the sequence between Feb 2 and Feb 9. What prompted the “Thanks” and “Congrats” is unknown.

Suspicion

Justice Scalia died on either Friday or Saturday February 12 or 13, 2016 at the Cibolo Ranch in Texas. The odd thing about his death was that  he was found with a pillow over his head. No autopsy was done because the family didn’t want one, even though proper protocol for an unattended death is ALWAYS to do one. For such a high profile man as Scalia, that is extremely suspicious, as we previously reported.

You will have to draw your own conclusions on this one. The inference is bad, but there may be something missing that we don’t know. Hope someone comes up with that missing piece of the puzzle soon.

 

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