Here’s How Scalia Actually Died – ‘It Wasn’t A Heart Attack’


February 16, 2016 1:23pm PST

The conservative world was devastated on Saturday when Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia suddenly passed away. Obama and his minions were quick to tell the public that he died of a heart attack, but disturbing new reports have revealed this is not the case at all.

Immediately after Scalia’s death, reports spread that a local Texas county judge ruled that he died of a heart attack. That judge has now spoken out to reveal that this story was a lie.

“It wasn’t a heart attack,” said Presidio County Judge Cinderela Guevara, according to The Blaze. “He died of natural causes.”

She went on to refute a Dallas TV station’s report that she had said Scalia died of a “myocardial infarction.” Guevara clarified that she only meant his heart had stopped.

Scalia died at the Cibolo Creek Ranch, which is so remote that it took hours for authorities to find a justice of the peace. When Guevara was finally reached on Saturday afternoon, she told them she was out shopping.

“He says, ‘Judge, I’m at Cibolo Creek Ranch, and a Supreme Court Justice has just passed away, and I need someone here immediately. Both justices of the peace are out of town at this time,’” Guevara recalled.

“I said, ‘Sheriff, what did you say? Which Supreme Court Justice died at Cibolo Creek Ranch?’ And the phone went dead, because our connection was very bad,” she told WFAA. “He called me back and he gave me a few more sentences until it broke up again. And that’s how the conversation went for 20 minutes.”

It was then that she recognized Scalia’s name. Guevara then pronounced him dead over the phone, having been told by a U.S. Marshall that it wasn’t necessary for her to come see the body herself.

“It’s not necessary for you to come, judge. If you’re asking for an autopsy, that’s what we need to clarify,” the Marshall told her.

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