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The fight for 5

A look at filling Scalia’s seat:

The Senate has to hold firm, because the very existence of the Second Amendment as any kind of meaningful right is at stake.

Yes. The two landmark gun cases were 5-4.

And I’ve seen conspiracy theories regarding his death on the internet. Ugh. Srsly?

5 Responses to “The fight for 5”

  1. Bruce Says:

    I’d feel better about it if they were actually going to figure out why he died instead of ignoring it.

  2. JTC Says:

    And yet, could there be more intrigue and invitation to conspiracy theories?

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/the-death-of-antonin-scalia-chaos-confusion-and-conflicting-reports/ar-BBpuGSB?li=BBnb7Kz

  3. Leatherwing Says:

    Agree with Bruce. Why would a JP who had not even examined the body make COD declarations – on anyone, much less a sitting SC Justice?

  4. Ron W Says:

    But Bruce, we have all been instructed by officialdom that nothing happens by conspiracy. That’s two or more people purposing, planning and carrying out an action usually by clandestine means. Just a figment in the minds of “conspiracy theorists”, they tell us, so there’s no need to check it out.

  5. bogie Says:

    I immediately thought it was strange that not only was he declared dead by a doctor that never saw him (okay, I’m sure that happens sometimes in really remote areas, but seriously?), and that his wife immediately said she didn’t want an autopsy – and that both made the news.

    Kind of like a certain terrorist leader being killed and the body immediately dumped in the sea (which is not where he was killed).

    Conspiracy? Maybe not, but really strange to hear this just minutes after it happened.