Report: Obama Told of Scalia’s Death Hours Before Public Announcement

Monday, February 15, 2016
By Paul Martin

President reportedly “thrilled” at opportunity to tip balance of Supreme Court

Paul Joseph Watson
February 15, 2016

President Barack Obama was reportedly informed about the death of Antonin Scalia hours before it was publicly announced that the Supreme Court Justice had been found dead at a West Texas ranch.

The website DC Whispers, which routinely publishes controversial reports based on inside sources, asserts that Obama knew about Scalia’s death well before it became public knowledge.

“Word reached the White House hours before formal media announcements were made regarding longtime Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia having been found dead while vacationing at a Texas resort. First the speechwriters were summoned to provide the appropriate tone for Barack Obama’s remarks,” states the report.

“During that same time, Obama and Valerie Jarrett were already initiating a long-standing plan for what they viewed as a prime opportunity to make Mr. Obama relevant once again and an opportunity that the President was said to be thrilled to have before him.”

If accurate, the report will feed suspicions that foul play may have been involved in Scalia’s death.
Scalia died while staying at the Cibolo Creek Ranch, a 30,000 acre luxury resort owned by Texas businessman and Democratic Party donor John Poindexter.

Confusion and contradiction surrounds the circumstances behind Scalia’s death, with Presidio County Judge Cinderela Guevara pronouncing the Supreme Court Justice dead of natural causes having not seen the body.

When Guevara talked to law enforcement officers on the scene, she was told “there were no signs of foul play,” but it subsequently emerged that Scalia was found with a pillow over his head.

Other officials questioned why there were no plans for an autopsy to be performed and why Scalia’s body had been quickly embalmed, a process that would destroy toxicology evidence, after being escorted to Sunset Funeral Home in El Paso by a procession of 20 police officers.

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