"Think of the Supreme Court." For quite a while now, those five words have offered the strongest pro-Hillary argument. Sanders cannot win in the general election; Hillary can. A vote for Sanders is therefore a vote for the Republican. Thus, it is in the interest of conservatives to make it easier for liberals to vote for the sure-loser socialist (who gets nothing but good press now, and who will get nothing but devastating press after he wins the nomination).
How better to accomplish this task than by allowing Obama to replace the Supreme Court justice whom liberals hate most of all? It would not have been difficult
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.
A little extra "something" in his food or drink could do the trick nicely. It would probably take you less than an hour of research to name a substance that could create a "natural" death without showing up in the autopsy results.
U.S. District Judge Fred Biery said he was among those notified about Scalia's death.
"I was told it was this morning," Biery said of Scalia's death. "It happened on a ranch out near Marfa. As far as the details, I think it's pretty vague right now as to how," he said. "My reaction is it's very unfortunate. It's unfortunate with any death, and politically in the presidential cycle we're in, my educated guess is nothing will happen before the next president is elected."
Au contraire. I think Obama will find a replacement pronto.
Do I truly believe this scenario? Nah. But in modern America, every major event requires a conspiracy theory; mine may not be the best, but it is
the first. How long, I wonder, will we have to wait before we get a conspiracy theory which blames Scalia's death on the Clintons?