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Scalia Sleeps With the Fishes

Worst person in the world found dead in Texas "rent boy ranch," playground for Mike Jagger and Charlie Sheen

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Scalia’s sad end, according to Jones and Drudge

… by Gordon Duff, Senior Editor

Justice Scalia was found dead at a “ranch” in Texas where he was a “guest.” When the Washington Post asked the host, John Poindexter, about Scalia’s “free ride,” Poindexter pointed out that nobody pays at his ranch; all are “free guests.” What Poindexter is evasive about is what goes on there, what services are also given and who is invited.

An examination of Scalia’s history as a continual “free guest” is telling. This is a man who never picked up a bill and, as with his hunting trip with Dick Cheney during the lawsuit against Cheney and his energy task force, Scalia didn’t care if his fellow “guests” had cases before the court. Let’s look at this man, who I see as a strong contender for “worst person that ever lived.”

The worst thing to happen to the United States since the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 was the Citizens United decision of the Supreme Court, pushed through by corporate “hitman” Scalia. He put the mob in charge of Washington and lived on the fatted calf for his efforts. From Salon:

Antonin Scalia was one of the most profoundly dishonest men in the history of American public life. He made Richard Nixon seem almost quaint by comparison. But that’s not the impression being broadcast to the world today.

Scalia’s death has let forth an elite love fest of such remarkable intensity, you’d think he was war criminal Henry Kissinger.

Maybe if you weren’t an elite lawyer, or media commentator, but rather someone to had suffer as a result of his bigoted cruelty? Maybe then you’d see things a bit differently, if you were someone close to Leonel Herrera, or Anthony Davis. Who are those men, you say? Two men facing execution with credible claims of actual innocence, that’s who.

If the law does not protect the innocent, then it’s hard to conceive what the law is for. Yet, Scalia—so deeply devoted to the rule of law — repeatedly held that it did not.

In his 1993 concurrence in Herrera v. Collins he wrote:
There is no basis in text, tradition, or even in contemporary practice (if that were enough), for finding in the Constitution a right to demand judicial consideration of newly discovered evidence of innocence brought forward after conviction.

Sixteen years later, in the case of Anthony Davis, after seven key eyewitnesses recanted their testimony, some fingering a man who testified against Davis, Scalia wrote:

This Court has never held that the Constitution forbids the execution of a convicted defendant who has had a full and fair trial but is later able to convince a habeas court that he is “actually” innocent.

So you’re innocent? So what? That was Scalia’s “judicial philosophy” in a nutshell. He was the giant of the conservative legal world for three decades—its Ronald Reagan—and that’s precisely what he stood for. That’s what the conservative legal world stands for.

Who really owned Scalia is the Koch Brothers, who have feted him and his silent friend, Clarence Thomas. Other than his cavalier attitude about killing innocent people, something Scalia laughed about continually, finding executions of the innocent not just acceptable but actually amusing.

You see, Scalia was a bit of a Scrooge. We know why he died, his heart was four sizes too small.

Scalia hated women, part of his upbringing in a dysfunctional family but he also hated people of color and, as he became more and more powerful and insulated, his raging hatred against America and all but the rich and powerful became impossible to miss.

Scalia dies, not from a knife in the back or a pillow over is face but by his own words and deeds, a monster.

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20 Responses to "Scalia Sleeps With the Fishes"

  1. DGSE  February 28, 2016 at 2:41 pm

    My quest for information will continue…
    I liked Mr. Duff’s claim of the ratbag Scalia being the “Worst Person in the World”. A reminder of the old Keith Olbermann Show.
    I guess my only comment is “Salon”…really!
    I stopped visiting and reading the site in the early 2000’s after WAY too much Wapo BS.
    As with so many of the El-ites “dying”, I am sure we will never know the depths of this skullduggery.

  2. Afshin Nejat  February 24, 2016 at 7:25 pm

    John Marlan Poindexter (born August 12, 1936) is a retired United States naval officer and Department of Defense official. He was Deputy National Security Advisor and National Security Advisor for the Reagan administration. He was convicted in April 1990 of multiple felonies as a result of his actions in the Iran–Contra affair, but his convictions were reversed on appeal in 1991. More recently, he served a brief stint as the director of the DARPA Information Awareness Office for the George W. Bush administration. He is the father of NASA astronaut and U.S. Navy Captain Alan G. Poindexter.

    Meh, nothing to see here. Nothing at all. See something say something. Derp da derp.

    • Dr. Abu-Bakr Susta  February 25, 2016 at 9:53 pm

      Different John Poindexter…

  3. Mark Wollum  February 21, 2016 at 7:53 am

    Scalia was advocating for access to the High Court concerning Second Amendment rights.
    In December, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review the decision of a lower appeals court that restricted Second Amendment rights by upholding a ban on assault weapons.
    The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit upheld a Chicago area assault weapons ban against a Second Amendment challenge. The U.S. Supreme Court a few years earlier, in Heller vs McDonald, had ruled more favorably for the meaning of the Second Amendment to protect gun owners’ rights. But some local jurisdictions have ignored the High Court’s previous ruling, (Heller decision) continuing to infringe on second Amendment rights. Scalia was author of the Heller decision, and recently chastised the court (along with Thomas) for refusing to review this recent 7th District case, and another Second amendment case which the High Court refused to take up within the last year. (source: the American Rifleman, Feb. 2016).
    Bottom line, Scalia was a supporter of Second Amendment rights. All the more reason to suspect possible foul play in his recent death. Tyranny doesn’t like an armed populace. To perform no autopsy in such a high-profile death is unconscionable and highly suspect.

  4. CRM114  February 19, 2016 at 5:56 am

    And what’s your point? Bill Clinton attended Georgetown, too, and I note where at least one regular VT contributor attended a Jesuit university. You clearly don’t know much about Jesuit education to think there’s anything of significance to be discerned from anyone attending a Jesuit school. Jesuit educators are a distinct minority in most US Jesuit colleges and universities (being somewhat more present in the prep schools), with many being “Jesuit” in name only. Even the theology departments in many Jesuit schools are no longer run by Jesuit priests. Georgetown’s theology department, for example, is run by a Buddhist.

  5. Jozsef V.  February 19, 2016 at 2:28 am

    There’s a funny Family Guy video – predictive programming – Cheney shots to death Scalia on a hunting trip.
    Title of youtube video
    FAMILY GUY PREDICTS DEATH OF ANTONIN SCALIA SUPREME COURT JUSTICE

  6. LC  February 18, 2016 at 11:07 pm

    Hunch:::

    Bush took out William Rehnquist cuz he wouldn’t die naturally Roberts could have plenty time to pass all he wanted.

    Obama-Care took care of Scalia cuz he wouldn’t die naturally so he could get somethins done B-4 leaving office.

    +++ Put stuff like this in
    YouTube::: Antonin Scalia murder

    ++ Looks like their age is cut @ 80 by some Pegasus method (Chip Tatum Style)!!!!

    • LC  February 19, 2016 at 5:58 pm

      Put stuff like this in YouTube:::: Scalia Rehnquist murder

      to get lost of good clips like this one in
      YouTUbe::::
      Death of Antonin Scalia, February 13, 2016 in light of the death of William Rehnquist

      This one @ end says Scalia death could also be staged!!!! +++ all the Satanic rituals mentioned!!!

      ++ American High court judges have NO morale else they won’t be there. Guys in that court probably all had to graduate from Bohemian cold-blooded group murder test like one described by witness in
      YouTube:::: Peter Alexander Chernoff

      Everyone he named became a big shot after this collective murder!!!!! Did Scalia do it too???? anyone knows if he visited Bohemian Grove????

  7. CRM114  February 18, 2016 at 3:34 pm

    Well said, @hiley. Nearly half of this “article” is a cut and paste from, as you point out, a dubious source, at best.

  8. Worker Bee  February 17, 2016 at 8:09 pm

    As a judge, Scalia was likely no worse than Vasiliy Vasilievich Ulrikh.

    Then of course there is Eugene Scalia, which goes to show that the rotten apple does not fall far from the tree. Too bad he cannot be made to feel the collective pain of the hundreds of millions of workers with repetitive motion injuries that he denies are real.

  9. Beydety  February 17, 2016 at 5:18 pm

    Looked up this mobster looking public figure further and it seems you were being too kind Mr Duff. A horrendous monster is putting it mildly.

  10. wjabbe  February 17, 2016 at 4:52 pm

    On Friday, April 14, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln was shot by John Wilkes Booth at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C. He died shortly after. On July 7, 1865, less than three months later, 8 of the 9 alleged conspirators to the alleged plot to murder the president were rounded up, investigated, tried by a military court, with four of the eight hung until they were dead. The group of four who were hung included the first woman to receive such treatment, the proprietor of the boarding house for aiding and abetting. Her son escaped but was later arrested and tried in a civilian court. They gang raped the Constitution in this sham trial just like they raped it in the conduct of the war itself. Here is a brief quote from the article by Doug Linder:
    “Surratt’s lawyers mounted a frantic effort to save their client’s life, hurriedly preparing a petition for habeas corpus that evening. The next morning, Surratt’s attorneys succeeded in convincing Judge Wylie of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia to issue the requested writ. President Johnson quashed the effort to save Surratt from an afternoon hanging when he issued an order suspending the writ of habeas corpus “in cases such as this.”
    Shortly after one-thirty on the afternoon of July 7, 1865, the trap of the gallows installed in the courtyard .. was sprung”

    • wjabbe  February 17, 2016 at 4:56 pm

      Shortly after one-thirty on the afternoon of July 7, 1865, the trap of the gallows installed in the courtyard of the Old Arsenal Building was sprung, and the four condemned prisoners fell to their deaths. Reporters covering the event reported that the last words from the gallows stand came from George Atzerodt who said, just before he fell, “May we meet in another world.”” Some things never change in America.

    • Beydety  February 17, 2016 at 5:28 pm

      ” July 7, 1865 – Some things never change in America”

      It seems nothing has changed for the better, in fact they’re much worse today.

  11. MileHighLife  February 17, 2016 at 3:59 pm

    Wonder if the pillow found over Scalia’s face is related to a creepy sexual asphyxiation practice? Or, perhaps he was given an “offer he couldn’t refuse” (sticking with the Godfather theme) of a CIA trafficked young boy and his pedo-lovin’ heart couldn’t take the excitement?

    Either way, good riddance to the bastard. Next up,…?

  12. Altimometer  February 17, 2016 at 3:52 pm

    A long term position by appointment only . Gluttons for punishment we are.

  13. ayelyahbenjamin  February 17, 2016 at 3:47 pm

    is it by mistake the merciless are moved into positions of power over human life and death?….. Divine Justice now takes over

  14. srjonesad  February 17, 2016 at 3:27 pm

    As always Gordon, very poignant. Have you read New book Dark Money by Jane Mayer? Interesting read for certain.

  15. B. Bradley  February 17, 2016 at 3:15 pm

    Yea, Scalia gets a dirt-nap.
    Reminds me a little bit of the
    Chris Kyle thing in a few ways. It’s not just Texas but the private ranch and the exclusive rifle club. Kinda surprised there wasn’t a hunting accident. I guess they’ve tightened up their game since the Cheney days. It seems Scalia had more coming than a face full of birdshot. Will the next one be any better, who knows. We have Clarence Thomas, we have a Kagan. It’s not like the rest are perfect either.
    The fact is citizens united turned our country upside down and he wasn’t the only one that pushed it through. I think that citizens united and 911 have to be the litmus tests for anyone going into office, anywhere.
    Thanks Gordon

  16. Ramirez  February 17, 2016 at 2:42 pm

    Wow, sounds a right salt of the Earth character.

    Good sodding riddance.

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