You knew it had to come: Dark theories regarding Scalia’s death

I got an email today from a friend overseas cryptically pointing out “Scalia was declared dead over the phone by a Coroner named Guevara … Scalia has never been to the remote hunting lodge before. No security detail, no autopsy.” That reminded me that in the US, nothing significant happens without a proliferation of alternative theories. And sure enough, theories have started flying around about dark doings.

Even before My San Antonio reported that lodge owner John Poindexter said, “We discovered the judge in bed, a pillow over his head. His bed clothes were unwrinkled,” people began speculating online that Scalia had been murdered.

Leading the list of reasons was a backlog of cases involving abortion, affirmative actions, unions and the 2nd Amendment before the Supreme Court that could stall out with the loss of the court’s most conservative justice.

No discussion of conspiracy theories in America can begin without first checking in with Alex Jones of Infowars, who immediately posted a “emergency transmission” on his Facebook page Saturday night after news of Scalia’s death was announced.

According to Jones, Scalia had likely been murdered by President Obama in much the same manner the president killed conservative gadfly Andrew Breitbart, who died on a Brentwood sidewalk from a heart attack.

“You just get used to this, ‘Scalia found, it’s natural, nothing going on here, he just died naturally,’” Jones stated. “And you’re like, ‘Whoa. Red flag.’ Then you realize, Obama is one vote away from being able to ban guns, open the borders and actually have the court engage in its agenda — and now Scalia dies. I mean, this is hard core.”

Jones went on to suggest that Associate Justice Clarence Thomas — with a voting record nearly identical to Scalia’s — might “die of a heart attack next week.”

The fact that Scalia was 79 years old, somewhat overweight, and reportedly had a history of health problems suggest natural causes. As far as I know, it is not unusual to not have an autopsy if the person’s physician is of the opinion that his past health history does not arouse suspicions.

There is still the possibility of an autopsy, if for no other reason than to try and quell these rumors. But even if that produces no suspicion of foul play, that will not stop the rumor mill. Those things have a life of their own.


  1. hyphenman says


    Of course an autopsy (rigged of course by the Illuminati) will do nothing to quell the conspiracy theory that the double-secret Kenyan Mason sitting in the White House is responsible.

    Hell, video from Poindexter’s in-lodge security system authenticated by Donald Trump’s personal security chief wouldn’t even slow the stories.

    Just sit back, make more popcorn and enjoy the ride.


  2. says

    Well, Scalia was shooting at one of those ‘hunting ranches’ where they release caged birds from brave macho chickenshits to shoot at and try to kill. Maybe he was just such a swelling ball of manliness that his heart stopped.

  3. Katydid says

    Was Cheney at the ranch at the same time? You know he has no problem shooting people in the face.

  4. Mano Singham says

    Leonard Nimoy? Faked his own death and is now the head of the Illuminati? How do they come up with these ideas?

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