Michael Savage: Obama Hired A 2K A Day Hooker To Murder Scalia

Michael Savage: Obama Hired A 2K A Day Hooker To Murder Scalia

If you thought Alex Jones was the preeminent Antonin Scalia murder conspiracy theory, you may be wrong. AM hate talk radio host Michael Savage, is trying to nudge his way into the conversation by using a National Enquirer story that claims Obama used the CIA to pay a hooker to murder the 79 year old Scalia.

In a bombshell world exclusive, The National ENQUIRER has learned that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s death was a highly planned “political assassination” orchestrated by the CIA and carried out by a $2,000-a-night hooker! A top Washington, D.C. source said the Feb. 13 death of the 79-year-old jurist at a remote Texas ranch just 15 miles from Mexico was part of a “shocking conspiracy that tracks back to the CIA and the White House!"

I'm not saying every NE story is fiction, but this one seems to be pretty wild. However, Savage jumped on the murder bandwagon with this story like no other and then, as usual, blamed the media for not going hog wild with it.

Before his interview with Donald Trump yesterday, conservative radio host Michael Savage shared a story from the National Enquirer alleging that Justice Antonin Scalia was murdered by a prostitute working for the government, pointing to the story as confirmation of his conspiracy theory that President Obama assassinated Scalia.

Indeed, Trump shared his own suspicions about Scalia’s death on Savage’s show, “The Savage Nation,” several weeks ago.

The National Enquirer’s report, Savage said, must be true since they haven’t been sued for libel. He said that other media outlets haven’t run with the tabloid’s article because the media is working for Obama, and instead newspapers like the New York Daily News are aiming their “hatred and bigotry” at Trump.

If indeed Scalia, who was still married to Maureen was with a hooker, isn't that a crime and a sin in the religious right orthodoxy? Wouldn't that disqualify him as a juror? Ahh, why go there, John.


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