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End Times lunatic Rick Wiles thinks Obama killed Scalia in a Pagan human sacrifice

End Times watchdog and radio host Rick Wiles claimed that Obama murdered Scalia not just for political purposes, but as some kind of sacrifice — in a celebration of the Pagan holiday Lupercalia.

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The conspiracy theories surrounding ultra right-wing Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia‘s death are in full swing, and the most common theme is the idea that President Obama had him murdered.

End Times watchdog and radio host Rick Wiles took that a step further on a recent edition of his show, claiming that the President murdered Scalia not just for political purposes, but as some kind of sacrifice — in a celebration of the Pagan holiday Lupercalia.

Wiles said:

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

He went on to insist that whomever the president had kill Scalia, “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.”

“The day the Justice died, the day justice in America died — they got away with it.”

Get some help, Mr. Wiles. You definitely need it.

Listen to the audio below, via Right Wing Watch:

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  1. Keith Cumbie

    February 17, 2016 at 6:51 am

    Mentally ill Conservatives like this man make Charles Manson look sane and reasonable.

  2. Christine Hörold

    February 17, 2016 at 10:11 am

    He is a total ass –

  3. Tom

    February 17, 2016 at 5:03 pm

    LMAO, Based on this report, apparently the Christian God was not able to protect him against the Pagans. As mentioned, there are numerous Pagan symbols and statues which our founding fathers incorporated into Washington DC as well as even Pagan references in the Declaration Of Independence and the Great Seal of the United States. That should make it clear, the U.S. was founded as a Pagan nation and not a Christian one as many Christians want to believe. Justice is also a Pagan concept which is why we have the Pagan Justicia as a symbol of the American Justice system. This would infer, based on the idiocy of the report, that evidently the extremist CONservative ideology of trying to force a Christian perspective of justice is incompatible with the very foundation of the U.S. If there is really such a fear of the power Pagans have, it would be wise to not only keep their mouths shut but also to get out of American politics, best to leave the U.S., taking their families with them, and renounce their U.S. citizenship in order to protect themselves and their families after all Pagans have been around much longer than Christianity and Pagan spirituality is growing quickly within the U.S. so it would be understandable that they are no longer safe and they should be worried.

  4. warriorhawkwolf

    February 18, 2016 at 7:17 am

    being a Wiccan and Pagan most of my life-did that Christian thing until it proved to me it was bogus and a lie, this is news to me. we never have done human sacrifices on our Sabbaths, perhaps he is confusing other beliefs with ours, but is Obama supposed to be a Muslim according to them, so why then would he be using s Pagan high holy day ? time for the designer straitjacket for Rick and a ballgag.

  5. Robin Williams

    February 18, 2016 at 12:02 pm

    You, like too many, seem to imply that all pagans are part of the same group. Even then the symbols were borrowed by the Freemasons and most likely not used in accordance with their original purpose. You have to be a Christian, Muslim, or Jew to be a Freemason, so no this was not the work of pagans whatsoever, just a club that used occult symbols in their meetings.

  6. Robin Williams

    February 18, 2016 at 12:05 pm

    Already explained once (not that Christians would understand this) but there isn’t a massive Pagan supergroup where every non-Abrahamic faith agrees and gets along. Wicca being BASED on British witchcraft tradition, it would do you good to know this.

  7. Robin Williams

    February 18, 2016 at 12:10 pm

    It’s hard to agree when the average Sanders supporter is the polar opposite of the average Trump supporter. People are flocking to Sanders BECAUSE Hillary is shady and has gotten away with blatant crimes and cover-ups, and because they don’t buy her manufactured persona.

  8. Tom

    February 18, 2016 at 7:25 pm

    No Robin, I do not imply at all that all pagans are part of the same group. You may assume that but then you are reading more into what is written than what is there. There are many different paths among our Pagan beliefs.
    The Founding Fathers used predominantly the concepts that originated with the Greek and Roman Pagan ideologies which happen to parallel each other in many ways. While it is true that many of the same symbols can be found in Paganism as in the Freemasons, it would be difficult to argue that the statues symbolic of the Pagan Freedom which is found on top of the U.S. Capitol, and the Pagan God Mars at the door of the U.S. Capitol, the Goddess of Justice in the courts (Greek, Roman and Egyptian all used the Goddess to be symbolic of Justice), The Roman Libertas on early U.S. coins and medals (George Washington designed the Badge of Merit in 1792 which later became the Purple Heart and a Medal of Honor which depict the Goddess Minerva and much of the government building architecture copies that of Greek and Roman Pantheon architecture which were places of worship of Pagan Gods and Goddesses.
    The symbols on the Great Seal of the United States may be argued to be Freemason however the Latin words “ANNUIT COEPTIS” are taken from line 625 of Virgil’s book IX of the Aeneid, “JUPPITER OMNIPOTES, AUDACIBUS ANNUE COEPTIS,” (All-powerful Jupiter favor [my] daring undertakings) according to Gaillard Hunt, the Department of State’s first publisher on the seal in 1892.
    As for your statement “You have to be a Christian, Muslim, or Jew to be a Freemason,” you are totally incorrect. The requirement on a spiritual level of the Freemasons is simply that you need to believe in a higher spiritual power than mankind. There is no requirement to be a Christian, Muslim or Jewish. The fact is that I am both a Pagan as well as a Freemason and so is one of the leading Pagan leaders of one of the U.S. Pagan churches sponsoring U.S. Military Pagan groups in several countries around the world.
    In one of your comments you say Wicca is based on British tradition, this is true. It is also true that Wicca is relative young compared to other paths. I was being sarcastic in my first comment when I grouped Pagans together under one umbrella however we are more organized than many would believe. For more than two decades I have regularly attended meetings of various Pagans coming together under one roof and will be hosting one such gathering this weekend. While we may have extreme differences in our perspectives, we also have many commonalities that allow us to work together in ways that the Abrahamic faiths do not seem able to do. For many individual practitioners as well as small Pagan groups the idea of being organized may be associated with the various Abrahamic religions fractions which focus on control, this can be found strongly among many German and former East Block Pagans for example, however we are making progress and we do have a network that spreads around the world and includes everything from Native American, Wicca, Asatru, Germanic and Odinist, to Shaman from several cultures and countries including European, North and South American Asian and other cultures just to name a few.
    We go unnoticed for the most part because many take a perspective like that which you display and would never even expect that cooperation and unity among so many different paths would be possible. Part of this is due to the various labels that people tend to look at when trying to place someone in a particular sub-group however from a wider perspective of eclectic Paganism, our foundation becomes stronger based on our diversity as well as our commonalities. Slowly many individual practitioners and smaller groups are beginning to realize this and our network is expanding it’s web around the world.
    Don’t get me wrong, I am not saying or insinuating that we have anything to do with the fanatical conspiracy garbage talked about by Rick Wiles. I am simply pointing out the fact that you are mistaken in your comments where Freemasonry is concerned, that the symbolic use in America is actually Pagan and that we as Pagans have interconnected groups with followers of multiple paths that do get together and network around the world which is contrary to what Abrahamic faiths seem to be able to accomplish. We simply go unnoticed because we do not have a need to openly claim to have the “one true path” and force our ways into laws which demand that everyone else be subject to our beliefs. We are too diverse for that, although having respect for that diversity is part of our unity and strength.

  9. Jacob Camp

    February 19, 2016 at 3:40 pm

    Dude, Lupercalia has absolutely nothing to do with anything about everything that Obama would have supposedly done. It’s for fertility and virility, honoring the She-Wolf.

  10. phyllis devries

    February 21, 2016 at 11:21 am

    How soon they forget, that the Lord and Savior, was a practicing Jew. That means he offered blood sacrifices as did all other jews of the time. He’s a complete psycho idiot that is not afraid to go on television.

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