Firestorm of theories in wake of Scalia’s death
By Bob Unruh
February 16, 2016
A local official’s quick determination that a staunch opponent on the U.S. Supreme Court of the progressive social agenda died of “natural causes” and there would be no autopsy even though a pillow was found over his head has prompted a multitude of conspiracy theories along with a political firestorm.

The stakes are high in the aftermath of the weekend death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, as President Obama has signaled his intention to nominate a replacement and possibly move the court decidedly to the left for decades to come.

Nationally syndicated talk-radio host Michael Savage said there needs to be an investigation.

“Was [Scalia] murdered?” Savage asked his listeners. “We need a Warren Commission-like federal investigation.”

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