Thursday, February 18, 2016

According to End Times talk radio host Justice Antonin Scalia was ritually murdered by President Obama to mark a pagan festival. Say what?

Courtesy of Right Wing Watch:  

Yesterday on “Trunews,” End Times radio host Rick Wiles discussed “the possible occult connections” to the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, whom he concluded was murdered by President Obama and was a human sacrifice to mark the pagan festival of Lupercalia. 

Wiles explained that the “Luciferian” “devil-worshipers” who control the government are out for blood, noting that Lupercalia is observed between February 13 and 15. Scalia’s body was discovered on the 13th. “There’s always human sacrifice involved,” he said, claiming that Scalia was “killed” to mark the beginning of pagan fascism ruling over the U.S. 

“The 13th was the 44th day of 2016, Obama is the 44th president of the United States,” Wiles said, “so you have this numerology thing taking place.” 

Wiles said that the assassins who killed the conservative justice “deliberately left the pillow on his face as a message to everybody else: ‘Don’t mess with us, we can murder a justice and get away with it.’ And I assure you, there’s a lot of frightened officials in Washington today, deep down they know, the regime murdered a justice…. This is the way a dictatorial, fascist, police state regime takes control of a nation.” 

Okay usually I would mock this as batshit crazy talk, but I seriously do not think that a bat could shit this much crazy.

I would like to seriously ask how somebody like this is not only NOT in a rubber room someplace, but is allowed on the radio to spread this kind of lunacy?

59 comments:

  1. Anonymous9:03 AM

    Mass delusion has taken over the far right wing!

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    1. pissedoffpagan9:34 AM

      Oh, so now they are targeting Pagans instead of Muslims?
      Just shows how fearful the "faithful" or faithless ones are. This is the biggest load of batshittery & as a pagan/witch we will ignore it, but we have been through the burning times and will not suffer again.
      RWNJ FOAD

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    2. These morons don't realize how seriously we pagans take the rule of do no harm. And apparently they've forgotten their own, similar, Golden Rule.

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    3. Anonymous11:00 AM

      The etymology of "pagans" is from peasants living in the country, rustic villagers. They should look it up. That's their base - some of the rural vote. http://etymonline.com/index.php?term=pagan&allowed_in_frame=0

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    4. I read that somewhere too. The original connotation of being called or considered a 'pagan' was that you were essentially a 'hick'. And if you were a 'heathen', you were a hick who lived out in the heath.

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  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzlG28B-R8Y

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  3. Perhaps Scalia irritated God one too many times.

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  4. Balzafiar9:12 AM

    The crazy just oozes from those people. How in hell do they dream up such crap?

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    1. Anonymous10:33 AM

      Easily. They know their followers want to hear "The Other" demonized, whether that be Muslims, pagans, atheists, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus, gays, women who don't know their place, well, you get the drift.

      And of course, "those people" only want death and destruction for the good, God-fearing, Rill Muricans like the right wingers.

      Inevitably, the way these "Others" accomplish their evil plan is invariably by being in league with Satan, preferably by means of some imaginary perverted ritual or other.

      The more lurid the details, the better. The base just eats it up.

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  5. Otto Katz9:14 AM

    This is where in polite company I'd say completely nucking futz. But we're friends here, so , this is fucking nuts.

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  6. Hedgewytch9:16 AM

    That these types are given a platform is borderline sedition. They can gloss it over as entertainment, as someone's freedom of speech, but what it is doing is fomenting doubt, fear and ignorance in order to obstruct the gov. As Americans we need to start decrying this kind of behavior whenever it come up.

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    1. Freedom to be an as whole. Sedition laws are scary.

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    2. Anonymous10:24 AM

      To idiots like this guy, and most of the gop, freedom of speech is freedom to make shit up. He should be locked up for his own safety.

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    3. Anonymous11:43 AM

      Exactly. "Freedom of speech" to them is an invitation to write (in terms known on celebrity forums) "fan fiction" and pass it off as truth.

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  7. Anonymous9:21 AM

    O/T
    I'm neither a Trump supporter nor a Papal supporter, so I'm gonna enjoy watching The Donald & Paco duke it out! Pass the popcorn.

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  8. Anonymous9:26 AM

    The lunacy and insanity of the Christian Taliban conspiracy theorists is on full display here.

    There is a video of Ted Cruz in the audience where a preacher is laughing at the idea that California citizens emigrating to Texas are being shot for fun.

    Cruz was sitting in the front row , so there is no known video of him laughing too, but that is just as funny as Obama ordering the killing of Scalia.

    These despicable preachers like Jeffress, Wiles, Fischer, and their like deserve to be charged as traitors

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  9. Anonymous9:27 AM

    I don't understand why the family refused to have an autopsy performed. It could have put a lot of this nonsense to rest.

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    1. Anonymous9:37 AM

      There's no legal or scientific reason for the autopsy. Some people don't want their loved one's dead bodies cut open and spread apart unless absolutely necessary, especially if they are very religious.

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    2. Anonymous9:39 AM

      It wouldn't matter to these psychos. They would just incorporate it into their conspiracy.

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    3. Anonymous9:44 AM

      This brother was 15 miles from the Mexican border. An autopsy would have revealed too many facts about what was going on that day.

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    4. Leland9:44 AM

      9:27, I can think of two reasons right of the top of my head. First, the family knows it is bullshit and second, it wouldn't stop them.

      The whackos would just claim the family was in on it and refuse to accept it.

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    5. Anonymous10:31 AM

      The family knew Scalia had health issues for some time. It is lucky he lived as long as he did. His physician said he was not well enough to withstand shoulder repair so surgery was not an option for him.

      If a surgeon refuses to operate because you won't likely make it off the operating table because your health is so poor who thinks the doc is going to turn down that compensation for no good reason? Especially to someone with the personality of Scalia who could ruin the dr forever with his scathing criticisms?

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    6. They couldn't perform an autopsy. By the time word reached the media that Scalia was dead - they had all ready relocated a very much alive Scalia to Area 51 and the fake body of Scalia was sent home in a coffin. It's a win win.

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  10. Rick Wiles is a blithering idiot.

    Muslims don't observe Lupercalia.

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  11. Anonymous9:38 AM

    I must not be up on my pagan holidays. Never heard of that one. I guess the Satan worship connection came from Roman paganism but I thought the devil was a christian construct. Hmmm, guess I have some reading to do and it won't be the bible.

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    1. Anonymous10:23 AM

      The Devil is a Christian bogey-man dressed up in Pagan clothing.

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    2. Anonymous11:03 AM

      His is the dumbest misreading of Lupercalia I've ever read. It's a fertility rite in the middle of winter. Now, granted, I'm against it because they whipped women as part of it. But it's NOT CONNECTED TO THE DEVIL. It's about procreation. Valentine's Day was put in the middle of it, if that helps this moron understand it. (By the way, I'm a Christian, if that matters.)

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    3. Anonymous11:19 AM

      Lupercalia was an ancient Roman fertility ritual that was celebrated centuries before the Church invented Satan.

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    4. Anonymous11:30 AM

      11:19 - I read THE ORIGIN OF SATAN by Elaine Pagels and she traces the origin of Satan to well before Christianity.

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  12. Anonymous9:50 AM

    A couple of Scalia thoughts:

    He was on a paid for, free vacation at a luxury resort in Texas when he died. It was Valentines Day weekend, but his wife was not with him. He was with a "guest". Why wasn't his wife there???

    Could be no autopsy because of huge amounts of Viagra in his system, and others speculated that he was in the early stages of dementia (based on his crazy written opinion on recent cases) and the family would not want that to come out.

    Nobody is saying who the other 35 guests at the resort were that weekend. Were there hookers there?

    The Texas town is 35 miles from the Mexico border and all the employees are Mexican and don't speak English, and won't talk about anything they saw because they are afraid.

    I certainly hope the Obama Administration knows who was there, and says to the Republicans, "you don't approve my nominee, and we spill the beans about what Scalia was doing at the Texas Ranch without his wife." The FBI knows who was with him, and how he got there (private charter jet, but paid for by whom?)

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    1. Scalia was partying with those that had a case come up to him to earlier.

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  13. Anonymous9:54 AM

    It could have put a lot of this nonsense to rest.
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    EXACTLY! I'm thinking in due time they will have to dig him up and do a post. Also funny that his dr. said he had "many conditions" but he died of "natural causes"ok. Since when is a heart attack not a "natural cause"?
    He will have to be dug up. Oh and I saw on twitter, they saw his last plane ride was with Darth cheney! In all reports it just says he was at this ranch "With a friend". Is this the same place Darth tried to kill that other guy?
    To me that is more suspicious than some pagan theory of complete batshit crazy, Darth Cheney was there!!
    Now that is pure evil.

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  14. Anonymous10:00 AM

    @ 9:27 The idea of an autopsy may have been too hard for the family to deal with. He was 79, had health problems, including heart problems. In addition the police looked at the scene where his body was found and saw no evidence of a murder. No real reason for an autopsy.

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  15. Anonymous10:03 AM

    Wiles seriously needs to up charge his thorazine intake - somewhere around the perpetually comatose level ..

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  16. Anonymous10:04 AM

    There actually are folks who are stupid enough to believe this nonsense. Many of the Palin aligned folk fit nicely into that category. A group of them cloisters at c4p and occasionally one will show up here being moronic.

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  17. Anonymous10:21 AM

    Io! Lupercalia!

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  18. According to Glen Beck, God killed Scalia to help Cruz.

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  19. Anonymous10:56 AM

    “deliberately left the pillow on his face as a message to everybody else"
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    Why not a horse head under the covers? Can't they get anything right? Eyeroll.

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  20. Why didn't Wiles' skygod put a stop to this most evil plan and at least intervene during the attempt on scalia's life? A truly omnipotent and omnipresent being could've saved this gay-hating judge from the pagan pillow that whacked him at the luxury resort, maybe.

    Why has that pillow not been arrested or at least questioned by the authorities?!?

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  21. Anonymous11:03 AM

    Gryphen, you're so quick to defend Obama, but how come the president won't release the actual Scalia murder video? Obama won't even acknowledge such a video exists. And even more damning: the White House refuses to even dignify with a response the simple question "Did President Obama strangle Justice Scalia in his sleep - ninja-style - at a remote Texas hunting lodge over the weekend?"

    This is what Rush Limbaugh was trying to warn the country about when we elected a community organizer instead of a loopy ol' codger and his unqualified sidekickette, also too.

    If a Supreme Court justice is at risk of Obama's cruel vigilante justice, I would argue NO conservative is safe, even in their sleep in their own bed. Therefore, ALL ultra-conservatives are urged to begin sleeping with their locked, cocked and loaded firearms gripped tightly in the hands, ready to fire at the slightest noise. Awakening for hourly prowls thru the house looking for presidential intruders isnt a bad idea, either.

    SHOOT FIRST, ENDANGERED CONSERVATIVES!!! THERE'LL BE TIME TO ASK QUESTIONS LATER!!! OBAMA'S COMING!!! HE'S COMING TO GET YOU!!! BOO!!!!!

    (heh heh heh....)

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    1. Anita Winecooler4:41 PM

      And your little guns, too!!! What a BJC esque comment!!!

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  22. Anonymous11:05 AM

    Numbers, astrology, and the like are of the devil according to the New Testament, and there you go. These nut jobs never left the Old.

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  23. Anonymous11:08 AM

    Just looked up Lupercalia and see anything about human sacrifices- it was all animals. Astonishing how these people make up stories.

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  24. Anonymous11:10 AM

    I found the fact that the family has the authority to decide whether there is an autopsy or not--in this case of apparent uncertainty-- fairly strange.

    When my mother died (at 84) it was because she had fallen and broken her hip, and the pelvic bone perforated her intestine. She developed a severe infection from this, and passed away. The hospital told us that because there was no one clear cause of death, an autopsy MUST, according to law, be performed.

    Although, maybe that is only the law in Colorado, I don't know. I just think that in Scalia's case, it's kind of weird.

    Aside from any legal requirements, why would you NOT want to know how your loved one had died?

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    1. Anonymous11:25 AM

      He had health issues, law enforcement found no evidence of foul play. Maybe the family just wants to bury him. Maybe they have strong feeling against "defiling" his body unless absolutely necessary.

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    2. "this case of apparent uncertainty"
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      There is no uncertainty, apparent or otherwise, There is no logical reason to suspect anything other than the obvious causes; age and a multitude of health conditions.

      If I were a family member, I would not allow an autopsy for a pack of drooling loons desperate to accuse the President of murder and who wouldn't believe the results anyway, but would move on to accusing the family of being in cahoots with the murderous Kenyan Dictator.

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  25. Anonymous11:16 AM

    THIS IS REAL TIMES>
    http://thegrio.com/2016/02/18/flint-residents-paid-the-highest-water-bills-in-the-nation-in-2015/

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  26. Anonymous11:22 AM

    I think the rightwing crazy has now exceeded "batshit" and is now into "horseshit." LOL

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  27. Anonymous11:24 AM

    Even though my father had been in the hospital for ten days before his death, coughing up blood and going into a coma, they insisted on an autopsy because they were not absolutely sure of the cause of death. He was 68 and a very heavy smoker, 3 packs a day and the doctors knew that and believed he had lung cncer, but it didn't show up on an x ray. Therefore, they had to have an autopsy in Texas. I tought it was unncessary. But, Scalia's doctor and family knew for sure he had heart trouble, high blood pressure, smoked and was overweight. It does not take a rocket scientist to figure that one out. Some people really object to having their family member's body cut open for autopsy. I can understand their objections. The county had my father's body so long, we were very unsure if we would get him back in time for his funeral. I had often wondered how long Scalia would live considering his health and thought he would be fhe first of the bunch to go.

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  28. Anonymous11:30 AM

    End of times to me means end of religious domination, and clearly it's killing them metaphorically.

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  29. Anonymous12:26 PM

    Last summer my 86 year old father passed from complications from dementia. He was regularly visited by hospice. Hospice told us what to expect as the end neared and said there would be no autopsy. It was reassuring to be told what to expect as he declined in his last week and to know that they were going to be there to help us without the torture of an autopsy. Thank goodness for hospice and end of life counseling for our family. It soothed my 84 year old mother to know what to expect. He passed as peaceably as possible at home in his own bed. It was what he always wanted. This is in Alabama. There are reasonable decent organizations allowed to do what's best for their patients and the families involved.

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    1. Anita Winecooler4:35 PM

      My condolences on your loss. I lost my father to cancer, and home hospice was what helped us as a family get through it. My Father's wishes were respected though it put a lot of stress on our family, we know we chose the right thing for us. Dad died peacefully, surrounded by his family, and waited for my mom to leave the room before taking his final breath, on some level, he knew she couldn't bear seeing that, and I'm grateful for the knowledge and help they gave to cope. They're truly amazing people.

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    2. Anonymous6:39 PM

      I hope you read this, too, 12:26 PM. Three years ago, my Dad, not dementia, but an old body giving out from a leukemia that it caused by it, not cancer. I live 350 miles from home, work, and have a disabled husband. My sister, who lives in the same area as me, had the time so made that trip many times in the year prior to stay, but moved in care taking my Dad full time for the last few months, with the help of hospice, from a hospital bed in his living room up home. My Mom had died five years prior.

      He kept asking when I was coming, so I made arrangements and flew up Labor Day weekend thinking he just needed a visit and he was gone within 36 hours. Died peacefully, and family still think he was waiting for me to get there. I don't know about that, but I will never for get it. He had a loving dog we had to console that hurt more than anyone.

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  30. Anonymous12:51 PM

    Off Topic

    Conservative family values Republican Ooops of the day. From the Show Me State!

    Missouri Lawmaker Resigns Amid Questions of Impropriety...

    "A Missouri Republican and staunch foe of abortion rights abruptly resigned Wednesday, and is now embroiled in a scandal amid allegations that he had an extramarital affair."

    Since he is from the Show Me State this is even more betterer!

    "A person with knowledge of the situation, who spoke to RH Reality Check on the condition of anonymity, said there are allegations that Gosen had an extramarital affair. The person said there allegedly exists a videotape of a sexual encounter between Gosen and a woman that took place at the capitol. The video is reportedly in the possession of a media outlet.

    RH Reality Check emails to Gosen’s personal and capitol addresses for comment were not returned by press time."

    lol
    That's like a double Ooops!

    http://rhrealitycheck.org/article/2016/02/17/missouri-lawmaker-resigns-amid-questions-impropriety/

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  31. Anonymous12:55 PM

    Since this guy knows so much about Lupercalia, he must be a follower, only followers know when it is celebrated because it is a secret holiday!!

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  32. Anonymous1:35 PM

    Is this loon part of the armed bundy's in undies gang? Why was the armed take over at Wildlife park, by a bunch of armed crazies, not made "The looney fest of the year" by this wholly cow guy?

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  33. Anonymous1:55 PM

    Lupercaliafragilisticespyalidouscious
    If you say it loud enough you'll surely sound....

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  34. Anonymous2:06 PM

    An autopsy would reveal all the fucked up ganglia in his brain = alzheimers.
    WTF is he doing on the SCOTUS with Alzeheimers??

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  35. Anita Winecooler4:28 PM

    Ignorant in so many ways. Want good ratings? Don't call your show "End times", you'll be sitting in an empty studio when everyone's gone. Italy, to this day, celebrates various deities, and most houses have their own "gods" and "goddesses" for what ails you, fertility being a big one, because it's all about making love, and who's not pro sex? The heart and kitchen are another two, Some are brutal reenactments with the good forces overtaking the Republicans, er, bad forces. We went to see the fictitious Romeo and Julliette house, and the brass statues have all aged and patinaed except for Juliettes left breast, the custom is to rub it for good fortune and fertility, It's part of their history, it doesn't mean they're pagans or devil worshiping demons.
    My own theory is, it saves the government from having to clean the statues, and it's great for tourism.
    The conspiracy theory is what cracks me up, he knows a message on the pillow, a message that doesn't exist. Scalia was elderly and a tad plump, and as elderly and heavy folk are prone to do, they pass away.

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