Jun 112013

Obama Blackmail John Roberts

Was Chief Justice John Roberts blackmailed by the Obama regime into changing his ruling on ObamaCare at the last minute? Short answer… Does a bear s*** in the woods?

Radio host Glenn Beck interviewed former National Security Agency (NSA) employee William Binney on his program Friday. Mr. Binney was previously a very highly placed intelligence official until he resigned in 2001. He then became a whistleblower, helping to expose the NSA’s warrantless eavesdropping program. As a consequence of his whistleblowing, his NSA security clearance was revoked, armed agents raided his home, and his business was forced to shut down.

During their discussion, Mr. Beck raised an intriguing possibility: Was Chief Justice John Roberts blackmailed by the Obama regime into changing his ruling on Obamacare at the last minute? Given what he knows about the NSA, Mr. Binney couldn’t rule such a thing out.

Beck expounded further on his theory:

“You had spent months writing your dissent [sic], and instead at the last minute you changed it, in fact you changed it to such a point you couldn’t even change all of the stuff in it, you changed it so fast, and then you came with bleary red eyes, puffy eyes, as if you had been up all night or maybe you were crying yourself to sleep, Mr. John Roberts. Did someone approach you with some sort of information – who are you sleeping with, Mr. Supreme Court Justice? What have you done?”

Then, on Sunday evening, an alleged whistleblower posted the above pictured item on the anonymous 4chan imageboard. While much of what is posted on 4chan is bogus, there have been examples of individuals making accurate admissions on the website.

If this turns out to be true, that the Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court was blackmailed into changing his vote in one of the most important legal decisions in recent memory, then this would be more than just another major scandal for Obama. This entire regime could fall as a consequence. Stay tuned.


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