Why Sonia Sotomayor Hanged at GITMO

USA NEWS

As Monday’s internet traffic was clogged with articles and memes about actor and illuminati member Will Smith slapping comedian Chris Rock at Sunday night’s pedophile summit known as the Academy Awards, a story of greater importance, the hanging of former Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, received nary a whisper.

At 9:00 a.m. the criminal who had sworn eternal allegiance to Obama was removed from her Camp Delta cage and under Marine guard escorted to a clearing where the execution detail had readied gallows for her arrival.

JAG’s traditional maestro of the moment, Vice Admiral Darse E. Crandall, was not among the military brass present to witness the execution. Instead, Rear Adm. Les E. Reardanz, Deputy Commander, Naval Legal Service Command, stood ready to fulfill the role of Grim Reaper.

Surrounded by JAG subordinates and two Marine generals, Rear Adm. Reardanz commented he felt like a “fish out a of water,” for this was his first time either attending or overseeing a Deep Staters execution. With what can be described as a hint of hesitancy, he instructed Marines to steer the condemned, by force, if necessary, to the platform where a Navy chaplain and the ‘hangman,’ a soldier whose uniform bore no rank or insignia, waited to administer Last Rites and slip a noose around her neck, respectively.

But like several other Deep Staters whose time had come to face the rope, Sotomayor refused final obsequies and instead began hurling obscenities.

“You’ll all pay for this! You think we don’t know who you are, you and your families. You think Trump can protect you? You’re fucking stupid.” Spit and words flew from her mouth at once. “We’ll find you fuckers, each of you.”

“Ms. Sotomayor, a military commission has found you guilty of treason and sentenced you to death. It is my responsibility to enforce the sentencing. I’m required to ask if you want to give a statement of contrition, final words?” Rear Adm. Reardanz said slowly, as if reading from a cue card.

“You already heard my last words. And they’re not just words—they’re a promise,” Sotomayor hissed.

Rear Adm. Reardanz whispered something into the ear of a Marine general standing beside him, and the general whispered something back.

“Carry out your instructions,” Rear Adm. Reardanz said to the soldier atop the platform.

“Barack will—” Sotomayor began, but her final utterance trailed off to guttural, gurgling sounds as the door beneath her feet swung open and she dropped to her death.

She was pronounced dead at 9:45 a.m. Monday.