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Monday, February 15, 2016

We Must Have an Immediate Scalia Autopsy

By Rick Pearcey • February 15, 2016, 10:05 AM

James Lewis writes at American Thinker:

President Obama is constantly claiming unconstitutional powers, something that Justice Scalia opposed with all the intellectual force at his command. Meanwhile the Supreme Court itself has come under serious criticism ever since Chief Justice Roberts issued self-contradictory opinions favoring ObamaCare. Hillary Clinton is being credibly accused of national security felonies as Secretary of State, and the DOJ and FBI are said to be at odds on indicting Hillary. If she becomes President there is likely to be a bloodbath in the permanent government in DC. A Perfect Storm is rising in American politics.

As we can tell from the jubilation on the Left, Justice Scalia had hateful enemies, and he must have received death threats, which the FBI must now re-examine. The American public must also know on whose authority an obviously necessary post-mortem examination was avoided. The best way to restore public trust is to appoint a bi-partisan Congressional committee to oversee a medical pathology team.

"In the seven years of Obama Washington DC has become a city of fear," Lewis continues. "No one was afraid to smear and assault George W. Bush during his presidency. But Obama has been nearly immune -- and it's not just his magical charm.

"Obama and Jarrett use ruthless tactics to frighten the politicians in DC. Some Democratic City Machines, including Chicago, have a long history of gang collusion. Saul Alinsky advocated a Left-Syndicate alliance in Chicago, and Alinsky wrote the political agitation manual for Obama and Hillary.

"None of this comes close to proving that Justice Scalia died from anything other than natural causes," Lewis observes. "We simply do not know at this point. But we can know the answer by conducting the appropriate post-mortem examination."

"It is only reasonable to insist on that."