Scalia Conspiracy Theories Benefit Obama

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By Barrack



Blackmail is effective because it gets the target to do your bidding while maintaining plausible deniability. If the target told the truth, why would he agree to blackmail in the first place?

Assassination is a big step beyond blackmail and sends a message to those who pride themselves on not being susceptible to blackmail.

The conspiracy theories surrounding the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia help Barack Obama, who thrives on keeping his opponents guessing. He loves the Birther issue and keeping his Columbia transcripts secret. Ditto for his passport records, which contain the truth about his trips to Pakistan. The talk about his being a Muslim only seems to energize him because it never leads to him being held accountable. Why else would he fuel that talk by visiting a Muslim Brotherhood mosque?

Conspiracy Theorist Alex Jones.

Conspiracy Theorist Alex Jones.

Obama is a man who knows how to play things to his advantage; he’s a political animal of the highest order. He also knows that Scalia’s death carries the same possibilities.

Regardless of how people may scoff, seeds of doubt have been planted. People may blow off the conspiracy theories but there is always a voice inside that speaks to the possibility of such a reality. Some people – like Alex Jones – prey on those tendencies while others dismiss them in the interest of credibility; there is a happy medium but none dare speak it.

Obama knows this too and he will use it to his advantage. In this sense, people like Jones actually help Obama.

In the hours after Scalia’s death, the liberal Washington Post threw red meat to the conspiracy theorists that the death was no accident. The authors wrote:

…as details of Scalia’s sudden death trickled in Sunday, it appeared that the hours afterward were anything but orderly…

It… took hours for authorities in remote West Texas to find a justice of the peace… When they did, Presidio County Judge Cinderela Guevara pronounced Scalia dead of natural causes without seeing the body — which is permissible under Texas law — and without ordering an autopsy.

Soon thereafter, the ranch owner was quoted as saying Scalia was found with a pillow over his head.

The ruling on Obamacare by Chief Justice John Roberts was so egregious that conspiracy theories abounded there too. Roberts contorted himself to come down on the side of Obama. Why would he do this? Many believe he was blackmailed. Wayne Allyn Root, who is from the same Columbia class of 1983 as Obama, suggested Roberts was blackmailed by the NSA specifically.

John Roberts arrives in Malta after his egregious Obamacare ruling in 2012.

John Roberts arrives in Malta after his egregious Obamacare ruling in 2012.

After the ruling, Roberts even fled to Malta. The U.K. Daily Mail referred to Roberts as having taken up residence in an “impregnable island fortress”.

One thing is certain. If Roberts was blackmailed to rule the way he did on Obamacare, there is perhaps no one more suspicious of Scalia’s death than he.

To illustrate how effective these seeds of doubt can be, consider an exchange between then Attorney General Eric Holder and U.S. Senator Mark Kirk (R-IL) in 2013, shortly after the NSA scandal broke. Kirk asked Holder to assure him that no members of Congress had their phones monitored by the executive branch.

Holder, who had no problem lying repeatedly to Congress relative to his Operation Fast and Furious testimony – he was even held in contempt of Congress over it – chose another course in this instance. He chose to leave a seed of doubt by leaving the question open. Make no mistake; this got the attention of every member of Congress. Holder’s response was as tactical as it was strategic:

The point of all this is that rational people do not want to publicly entertain the viability of any conspiracy theory. Privately, however, they have to, especially when we have a president who thrives on watering the seeds of doubt.

Obama will try to benefit from the questions surrounding Scalia’s death. As a political animal who was marinated in Saul Alinsky’s tactics, Obama never stops using one of those rules, which states:

Keep the pressure on. Use different tactics and actions and use all events of the period for your purpose. “The major premise for tactics is the development of operations that will maintain a constant pressure upon the opposition. It is this that will cause the opposition to react to your advantage.”

Scalia’s death was most certainly such an event and make no mistake; Obama is using that event for his purpose.

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