Why would Open Society be working with Podesta on a Scalia replacement? 

Note: If you watched House of Cards (the series that put Netflix on the streaming map), you will remember the character Doug Stamper (played by actor Michael Kelly). Stamper was Congressman Frank Underwood’s (Kevin Spacey) loyal and unscrupulous WH Chief of Staff who “took care of business” for the Congressman. Business that occasionally included wet works. Stamper reminded me then of Podesta, in appearance, loyalty to “the boss” (i.e. Hillary) and relished taking care of diabolical chores for “the boss.”

Let’s take a trip down memory lane. Why would Open Society be working with Podesta on a Scalia replacement? 



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  1. Does this mean John Podesta was communicating the plan of killing Mr. Scalia with a joke about ‘wet works’ not being a pool party at the Vineyard (perhaps Nancy Pelosi’s place?)
    His email is sent to the ?perpetrator? or ?planner? of the killing event?

    The people in the Democrat party are brazen killers who have no respect for anyone’s life! We do not have a functioning government of real people! All of these people are criminals and killers, juist without the ANTIFA costumes.

    We have not moved forward in character, honor or intelligence since LBJ had President John Kennedy blown out of his auromobile in Dallas, Texas.

    It should nott take Another Illegal Act of Congress (now corrupt) to have this man sent to PRISON or worse. Intermediary steps to any forward conclusion will probably not work now. We cannot move forward or even survive without a total Reset. So many John Podestas must be permanently removed. Stand strong, do not waver, Patriots!

    1. Wetwork is a euphemism for murder or assassination that alludes to spilling blood. The expression and the similar wet job, wet affair, or wet operation are all calques of Russian terms for such activities and can be traced to criminal slang from at least the 19th century and originally meant robbery that involved murder, or spilling blood. The operations are reputed to have been handled by the CIA and by the KGB’s SpecBureau 13, colorfully known as the “Department of Wet Affairs”.

      wet work
      Covertassassination performed by government operatives.

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