There’s been many questions surrounding the death of late Justice Antonin Scalia, and a now new email from the latest Wikileaks dump has a lot of people wondering whether or not he was assassinated.
The email chain is between John Podesta and Steve Elmendorf, and it was sent on February 9 of this year, just three days before Scalia was found dead at the Cibolo Creek Ranch. There’s been mystery surrounding the late Justice’s death since he was discovered with a pillow over his face and the investigation after the fact seemed weak, at best.
Now, prior conspiracies that he was murdered so the Supreme Court could be tilted heavily to the left have fuel to add to their already raging fire. In the email between Podesta and Elmendorf just days before Scalia’s suspicious death, the two men use the phrase “wet works,” which is a euphemism for murder or assassination that alludes to spilling blood, according to Wikipedia.
Check out the email:
The mail to Elmendorf from Podesta reads:
“Didn’t think wet works meant pool parties at the vineyard.”
“I’m all in.
Sounds like it will be a bad nite [sic], we all need to buckle up and buckle down.”
The term “wet work,” as well as the similar term “wet job,” “wet affair” or “wet operation” are all calques of the euphemism used by the KGB, also known as the “Department of Wet Affairs,” for carrying out such assassination activities, which begs the question; were Podesta and Elmendorf covertly discussing the planned assassination of Justice Scalia?
With the two men saying that “wet works” are going to lead to a bad night that everyone needs to “buckle down” for, it’s going to be hard to convince those believing that Scalia was assassinated that they were talking about anything other than murdering the late Justice.
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