Could the Pelican Brief Become Reality by the Assassination of Supreme Court Justices to Save Obamacare?

One of the best films from 1993 was a crime thriller titled The Pelican Brief, starring Julia Roberts and Denzel Washington.  The movie opens up with the assassination of two Justices of the United States Supreme Court.  It turns out that an oil tycoon, who happened to be a friend of the US president, had them assassinated because they opposed the tycoon’s efforts to drill for oil in a Louisiana marshland that happened to be the habitat of a rare species of pelican.  The deaths of the two Supremes would allow the president to appoint two new Justices that were more favorable to the oil tycoon’s plans.

If you’ve never seen the movie, I highly recommend it.

Would Obama and those supporting him like Bill Ayers and George Soros stoop to such measures to protect his flagship piece of legislation?  Obama has already openly defied the US Constitution and numerous federal laws, so why would the simple act of murder be out of the question?

A couple days ago, I wrote about how the 2008 Obama campaign may have threatened the life of Chelsea Clinton to force Bill and Hillary to shut up about Obama’s ineligibility to serve as president.  It was also reported in the video that appeared with the article that the murder of Bill Gwatney, Chairman of the Arkansas Democratic Party was possibly a warning to the Clintons by the Obama campaign to keep their mouths shut.

Then yesterday, I read where President Barack Obama more or less indirectly threatened the U.S. Supreme Court, telling them that they had better not overturn all of Obamacare.  As I read several of the reports on Obama’s comments, I couldn’t help but think of The Pelican Brief and how two members of the high court were murdered so the president could appoint new justices that would rule in his and his friend’s favor.

If anything happens to any of the conservative Justices between now and the rendering of their decision in June or July, remember the movie, The Pelican Brief and that you read it here first.