The Pelican Brief Starring Justice Scalia

Thursday, February 18, 2016
By Paul Martin

by Dave Hodges
18 Feb, 2016

In 1993, Julia Roberts and Denzel Washington starred in a movie entitled The Pelican Brief in which a well-connected oil tycoon was willing to murder two Supreme Court Justices in order to achieve an enormous economic and political gain. In the movie, anyone who got close to the truth was murdered as well.

My first reaction to the movie was that our criminal elite would kill members of the Randy Weaver family for possessing a shotgun that was one-half of an inch too short. I knew that the thugs running the DOJ (i.e. Janet Reno) would sanction the murder of innocent women and children at Waco and our elite were perfectly fine with killing over 160 of their own federal government servants at Oklahoma City in order to achieve a political objective. But murder two U.S. Supreme Court Justices, no way! I reasoned that even the Clinton’s, with the enormous body count that followed them into the White House, could not get away with such criminality. Nor would they have the temerity to carry out such an act.

I know you are thinking, “What about JFK?” With regard to JFK, was there any element of the globalists that were in the process of taking over the U.S. government in 1963 that JFK did not anger? I know that Congressman McDonald was also murdered. But two Supreme Court justices? There was no way that I was buying the storyline of The Pelican Brief. This was unmitigated banana republic shenanigans and even though the United States was quickly losing sight of our Constitutional principles in 1993, I did not think that we had sunk that far. At least, that was what I thought then. In 2016. I have no hesitation in stating that we live in an absolute police state, devoid of any of our Constitutional principles and in short, Americans find themselves playing a game with no rules.

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