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Wednesday, February 17, 2016

The world was stunned on Saturday when Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia suddenly died while staying at a ranch in Texas. The authorities were quick to say that he died of natural causes, but a disturbing new photo suggests that this is not the case at all…

According to Conservative Tribune, a photo has surfaced of John Poindexter, owner of the ranch where Scalia died, meeting with Obama at the White House. Poindexter has been identified as the man on the left in the image below.

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Since Scalia’s death, it has been revealed that Poindexter is a top Democratic donor. In the image above, he is meeting with Obama as he is honored for his service in Vietnam, but the coincidence has many disturbed considering the fact that it was later Poindexter who found Scalia’s body.

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After seeing these images, conservative radio host Michael Savage called for further investigation into Scalia’s death.

“We need a Warren Commission-like federal investigation,” Savage said, referring to the congressional commission that investigated the assassination of John F. Kennedy. “This is serious business.”

“There was no medical examiner present. There was no one who declared the death who was there. It was done by telephone from a U.S. Marshal appointed by Obama himself,” Savage continued. He went into further detail on this in a piece he wrote for his website.

“The question is, is it a conspiracy theory to ask questions that are so obviously in need of answer, or is it just common-sense,” Savage asked. “And where is the common-sense both in the press and the Republican Party(?)”

Do you think there’s something fishy going on about Scalia’s death? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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