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This Week In Crazy: ‘There Can Be No Coexistence With The Left!’

Racism, what racism? It’s all the Devil’s fault. Send in the bees! These and other morsels of madness in “This Week In Crazy,” The National Memo’s weekly update on the wildest attacks, conspiracy theories, and other loony behavior from the increasingly unhinged right wing. Starting with number five:

5. Fox & Friends

Making their triumphant return to this page (for the second week in a row), the team at Fox & Friends, and co-host Steve Doocy in particular, have demonstrated once again that they don’t have the slightest modicum of intellectual honesty when engaging with the uglier side of America, which was brought back to national attention after the tragic events in Charleston. Namely: racism.

Doocy got the ball rolling on the anything-but-racism narrative last week when he insisted that a white supremacist shooting up a historically black church might have been motivated by anti-Christian sentiment — as if there were no other churches in Charleston except for “Mother Emanuel.”

On Thursday’s edition of Fox & Friends, Doocy doubled down on his cretinism by submitting that racism did not exist in America anymore because Obama was elected.

“If we were a racist nation, Barack Obama would not have been elected president of the United States — twice. It’s a math thing,” Doocy insisted, proving two things: that he can count to two, and that some people never learn.

As Megyn Kelly once so memorably said: “Is this just math that you do as a Republican to make yourself feel better or is this real?”

Via Media Matters

Next: Todd Starnes

4. Todd Starnes

Tom StarnesFox News pundit Todd Starnes asked God-fearing ‘Mericans to send Obama a plague of bugs — for the very simple reason that their narrow interpretation of their holy texts doesn’t get to dictate policy anymore.

Addressing the Faith and Freedom Conference, Starnes wheeled out the old canard about the “war on religious liberty” waged against “people of the Christian faith.” (Conservative members of the religion that accounts for 73 percent of the U.S. population and 92 percent of elected officials in Congress love to wring their hands and complain about how they’re under attack.)

Starnes cited prayer in schools, crosses on public grounds, and a host of other non-issues, but the main locus of his ire was the forthcoming SCOTUS ruling on same-sex marriage, and whether, in Starnes’ view, the government can put “limitations on conscience”  — a point of view shared by certain GOP presidential candidates.

Citing the Book of Exodus, and comparing American Christians to Israelites in bondage, Starnes asked that every “patriot saint” pray for God to “send the hornets, Lord — clear the field!”

When the Supreme Court says they know better than God, When the Supreme Court says they know better than God: Send the hornets, Lord! Clear the field! And, when the president says that America is no longer just a Christian nation: Don’t send the hornets, Lord. Send the mosquitoes and the gnats, and the bumblebees and the lightning bugs and the cicadas! Send every critter you got, Lord! Clear the field!

He concluded, “I had some Red Bull in my Froot Loops this morning, ya’ll!” Froot, indeed.


Via Right Wing Watch

Next: Pat Boone 

3. Pat Boone

210px-Pat_Boone_by_Gage_SkidmoreAs we’ve seen (over and over again), some people are having a hard time admitting racism exists, especially when it’s so much easier to blame something real — like, you know, The Devil.

Pat Boone excoriated the president for blaming the Charleston shooting on racism, when the real culprit was, of course, “demonic evil” inspired and empowered by a Godless America.

In a WND column unsubtly titled “Is The Problem ‘Racism’ — Or Demonic Evil?”, Boone begged the president to “quit so often calling crimes that involve a black person ‘racist’!”

The fact is, according to Boone, a more relevant, salient point to be made here is not that Dylann Storm Roof, the confessed killer in the Mother Emanuel massacre, was racist. It’s that he was “inspired by Satan” and “evil.”

Boone clarified:

[Y]es, I said, “inspired by Satan”! Though this had a racist element, to be sure, it was more than that and of far greater significance to America than that. This boy wasn’t just a sadist, or even criminally insane – he was carefully prepared and led by the Devil himself to kill as many Christians as he could. The fact that they were black was an excuse more than a reason.

Let me prove it to you. And let me persuade you to substitute another, more valid word for “racist.”

The word evil.

Like many conservatives who insist that “stupid ‘racism’ is not our problem,” Boone prefers to identify as the wellspring of all America’s woes the notion that “we are no longer a nation ‘under God,'” a catastrophic umbrella under which Boone and his ilk can place any number of progressive social issues that rub them the wrong way.

Via Right Wing Watch

Next: Bill O’Reilly

2. Bill O’Reilly

Bill O'Reilly 427x321Oh dear, another one: Bill O’Reilly, eponym for the famed Factor, has shown some serious tone deafness on the whole issue of race and the Confederate flag this week.

On Monday, he affirmed that the Confederate flag represented “bravery in the Civil War because the Confederates fought hard” and ignored his guest’s point that the flag wasn’t raised on the Charleston state Capitol lawn until the 1960s, when “they were trying to mass resist the civil rights movement.”

Then on Tuesday, he insisted that there was no such thing as institutional racism in America, and that he was “ashamed” of anyone who believed that such a thing existed.

After the weight of the entire (Godless, secular, left-wing, elitist, socialist, main- and lamestream, book-reading) media came down on his head, O’Reilly told them they have a war if they want one.

Via Media Matters

Next: Erik Rush

1. Erik Rush

Erik RushErik Rush comes in at #1 on a week with no small competition for right-wing insanity.

The unhinged Rush, who previously warned liberals and “homofascists” (his word) that “otherwise rational, law-abiding Americans” were getting ready “to ship [them] off in cattle cars to death camps,” has amped his inanity up to 11 this week in a new WorldNetDaily column forthrightly titled, “Why There Can Be No Coexistence With The Left.”

The gist of which, in Rush’s own psychotic words (and saber-rattling italics), is: We must utterly vanquish the political opponents we currently face.

Unpacking his own derangement, Rush goes on:

([A]s contrary to our model of government and collective conscience as this may sound, utterly neutralizing the left (completely disenfranchising those who ascribe [sic] to leftist doctrine and dismantling all of their established political, cultural and legal constructs) is an imperative because they never had any intention of coexisting with those of differing ideologies.

In other words, if you can’t beat ’em (through the courts, the rule of the law, the mechanics of democracy, and so forth)… obliterate ’em.

You can read the complete transcript of the voices in Rush’s disturbed head here.

Photo above: Chris Turner via Flickr

This Week In Crazy: Rick Perry Makes It Rain

Who wants to take a shower with Mike Huckabee? It’s bring your gun to school day! Glenn Beck says Rick Perry’s hard rain’s a-gonna fall. It’s “This Week In Crazy,” The National Memo’s weekly update on the wildest attacks, conspiracy theories, and other loony behavior from the increasingly unhinged right wing. Starting with number five:

5. Vince Vaughn 

Vince VaughnVince Vaughn would like you to know that he is very, very pro-gun:

Vaughn recently did an interview with GQ to promote the second season of HBO’s True Detective, during which he rolled out the old conservative line about how mass shooters only target places where guns are not permitted — even though there’s no evidence to back up this claim.

The answer, for people who believe such nonsense, is always “more guns.” More guns in movie theaters, libraries, and, yes, schools.

Vaughn said:

I support people having a gun in public full stop, not just in your home. We don’t have the right to bear arms because of burglars; we have the right to bear arms to resist the supreme power of a corrupt and abusive government. It’s not about duck hunting; it’s about the ability of the individual.

“Banning guns,” Vaughn continued, “is like banning forks in an attempt to stop making people fat. Taking away guns, taking away drugs, the booze, it won’t rid the world of criminality.”

Thing is, there are plenty of ways to get fat without forks (ice cream?). But how many readily available, widely legal, and sparsely regulated ways are there to kill 26 people in less than 10 minutes?

Incidentally, this Tuesday was National Gun Violence Prevention Day, so the NRA encouraged its members to “splurge on a new gun.”

Via GQ

Next: Glenn Beck

4. Glenn Beck

Glenn BeckGood Old Glenn thinks Rick Perry, former governor of Texas and GOP presidential candidate, is responsible for the recent flooding that devastated Central Texas. And for that, he should be praised.

After a jolly round of Beck and his co-host Stu Burguiere mocking the whole idea of climate change, Beck reminisces about the drought that preceded the torrential rain, and how Texas began to work its way out of the drought when then-governor Rick Perry prayed for rain in 2011.

“We started ending that drought with that fast,” he said. “He was mocked for it and he went ahead and did it and that was the beginning of the end of the drought. We started having rain right after that, and this state was a desert.”

So changes in weather are still kinda man-made…


Via Raw Story and Right Wing Watch

Next: Erik Rush 

3. Erik Rush

Erik RushThe Supreme Court judgment that could settle the matter of same-sex marriage in America is expected at the end of June. And it’s got conservatives wringing their hands — and loading their guns.

In a WorldNetDaily blog post entitled “Homofascists, Christianity and the State as ‘God,'” Erik Rush proposes a response to what he describes as the “de facto criminalization of Christianity.”

The “homofascists” (Rush’s term) with the power of a despotic, lunatic state behind them, are “through deception, incrementalism and outright violation of the Constitution, insidiously maneuvering rational, law-abiding Americans into a position so untenable that at some elusive but inevitable point, violent civil disobedience – vigilantism – may be the only practicable response.”

If you have the stomach, Rush’s piece is worth reading in full, if only to appreciate every stroke of his baroque, sweeping paranoia, bloodlust, and bigotry, which includes Homeland Security stormtroopers kidnapping patriots in the dead of night and an ominous warning of the lengths conservatives are willing to go.

He opens by positing that among the “political left” there is a fear “that the opposition (Republicans, conservatives and Christians) would gladly kill them in a great purge if only they had the practical capacity to do so.” And Rush closes with a warning: “when otherwise rational, law-abiding Americans suddenly realize that the last of their liberties have been legislated, regulated and executive-ordered away, their response just might make the left’s accusations in the opening paragraph a self-fulfilling prophecy.”

Next: Rush Limbaugh 

2. Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh 427x321Caitlyn Jenner’s debut on the front page of Vanity Fair rubbed a lot of conservatives the wrong way. Some viciously mocked her on the air; others claimed it portended the death of America (these days, what doesn’t?)

On Tuesday’s edition of his radio show, Rush Limbaugh derided the decision to give Jenner the Arthur Ashe Courage Award — because when you acknowledge transgender people in such a public forum, you’re beginning what Limbaugh caustically describes as a “conversation.”

You see, when people talk about needing to have a “conversation” about bigotry and discrimination, Limbaugh said, what that really means is liberals are announcing their intention to “mount an onslaught against the majority. This is a direct frontal attack on what the United States has always been by a bunch of people that don’t like it — for whatever reasons.” (You know, bigotry, racism, homophobia, so on and so forth.)

Limbaugh’s obnoxious screed boils down a defense of what he calls the “norms,” and a rebuke to anyone excluded or diminished by said “norms,” basically telling them to suck it up. Because America, in Rush’s schema, is a place where nothing ever changes, anywhere, anytime.

Via Media Matters

Next: Mike Huckabee 

1. Mike Huckabee

Of course Rush wasn’t the only conservative crank to mock Jenner.

Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee didn’t just jeer her; he took the opportunity to let everyone know how much he would’ve liked to shower with high-school girls.

The GOP presidential candidate and author of God, Guns, Grits, and Gravy (unread by me — I assume it’s a prayer book packaged with a cookbook, with a gun manual tucked inside?) took the stage at the 2015 National Religious Broadcasters Convention in Nashville, Tennessee and ripped into what he called the “social experiment” of transgender rights.

“Now I wish that someone told me that when I was in high school that I could have felt like a woman when it came time to take showers in PE,” said Huckabee. “I’m pretty sure that I would have found my feminine side and said, ‘Coach, I think I’d rather shower with the girls today.’”

Haha, yes. Because the best way to approach complex issues of biology, identity, and social politics is to bring up an anecdote about you being a horny teenager. Very presidential.

Via BuzzFeed.

Photo above: Robert Scoble via Flickr

This Week In Crazy: Obama Gives New Mexico To ISIS, And The Rest Of The Worst Of The Right

Welcome to “This Week In Crazy,” The National Memo’s weekly update on the wildest attacks, conspiracy theories, and other loony behavior from the increasingly unhinged right wing. Starting with number five:

5. Phil Robertson

As ISIS continues to wage a campaign of terror across the Middle East, Fox News’ Sean Hannity turned to the one man who could explain the geopolitical crisis to Americans, and put our minds at ease: That homophobic guy from Duck Dynasty.

After warning Hannity never to leave his house without his Bible and his woman, “Duck Commander” Phil Robertson got to the meat of his argument about the terrorist group.

“In this case, you either have to convert them — which I think would be next to impossible,” Robertson said. “I’m not giving up on them, but I’m just saying either convert them or kill them. One or the other.”

Convert or die. Where have we heard that before?

4. Michael Savage

Screenshot: YouTube

Screenshot: YouTube

It took a few weeks, but Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) has finally found an ally in his resistance movement against President Obama’s “War on Whites:” Right-wing radio host Michael Savage.

According to Savage, “This entire government is geared up to fight a war against white people.”

“Could this be the most racist administration in American history?” he asked, apparently unaware of the 12 presidents who owned slaves. “Are we allowed to ask the question?”

“ISIS has 12,000 foreign fighters, hundreds of Americans,” Savage continued. “Where was Homeland Security when all of these so-called homegrown Muslim radicals were incubating? Well, they were looking at returning white, male, Christian soldiers. And those who oppose abortion. That’s your DHS. The same DHS that was nowhere to be seen in Ferguson, Missouri.”

Why didn’t DHS intervene in Ferguson? According to Savage, it’s because the protesters weren’t white enough to spark the race war that Obama so desperately craves.

“They’ve been waiting for an insurrection by white people,” he explained. “That’s what Homeland Security’s getting ready for. All you evil white crackers. So when the city was almost burned to the ground they weren’t there, because they’re still planning your insurrection.”

In Savage’s defense, he’s probably right to assume that his audience is 100 percent white people. And if it makes him feel any better, if the “War on Whites” were a real thing, their side would be dominating it.

Coincidentally, the only way to stop Obama from killing all of the evil white crackers is by buying Savage’s new book.

Audio of Savage’s comments is available at Right Wing Watch.

3. Bryan Fischer

For most conservatives, news that the National Institutes of Health has spent $3 million studying why lesbians have a higher obesity rate than heterosexual women would prompt cries of “wasteful spending!” or “starve the beast!” or “#Benghazi!”

For the American Family Association’s Bryan Fischer, however, it’s a call to action. On the Tuesday edition of his radio show, Fischer declared that if First Lady Michelle Obama really wants to fight obesity in America, she needs to embrace homophobia.

“I would suggest that if Michelle Obama really cares about obesity, she should be out there leading the charge against normalizing lesbianism,” Fischer argued. “She should be at the head of a campaign to convince women not to get into lesbianism. Her slogan ought to be ‘Fight Obesity, Go Straight.'”

Usually, when Fischer warns us about Big Gay, he’s not being quite so literal.

2. John Bennett

John Bennett

Meet Oklahoma state Rep. John Bennett. A self-described “Man of Faith,” Bennett believes that religion is “extremely important,” and that God “should be first in our Nation.” Unless you’re a Muslim.

In a Monday Facebook post, Bennett explained why Oklahomans should be “wary” of Muslims:

Islam and Muslim are one in the same. They are adjectives describing their religion. Islam is the religion, Muslim is the person that follows Islam. If someone claims to be Muslim they subscribe to Islam (Quran). The Quran clearly states that non Muslims should be killed. Arab is the ethnicity, not Muslim or Islam. Be wary of the individuals who claim to be “Muslim American”. Be especially wary if you’re a Christian.

Bennett’s factually and grammatically challenged warning understandably upset the Oklahoma chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, which wrote Bennett a letter requesting that he “denounce these anti-Muslim comments and issue an apology for said derogatory statements.”

Unsurprisingly, Bennett did not.

“We must shine a bright light on the role of the Muslim Brotherhood and its varied tentacles in the U.S.,” he responded. “These tentacles include un-indicted co-conspirators of the U.S. vs. Holyland Foundation trial like the Council on American-Islamic Relations here in Oklahoma. Our borders are wide open to drug and human traffickers. Terrorism could come to Oklahoma just as easily.”

Of course, when terrorism actually did come to Oklahoma, it wasn’t via one of the Muslim Brotherhood’s varied tentacles. Nonetheless, the Oklahoma GOP is standing by its man.

“It seems as if their attack on his comments is disingenuous at best,” party chairman Dave Weston said of the CAIR. “Here’s why. If we as Americans were ruled by Islam, then Christians and Jews like you and I could only keep practicing our faith if we paid a protection tax. But if you’re Christian or Jewish and don’t immediately convert to Islam, they imminently decapitate you. This is proven by ongoing observation around the world today.”

Well if the Oklahoma GOP observes it, then it must be true. That’s how we know that the founding fathers caused the Rwandan genocide, that God wants you to stone gay people to death, and that robots are slowly taking over Congress.

1. Erik Rush

Screenshot: Youtube

Screenshot: Youtube

This week’s “winner” is once again WorldNetDaily columnist Erik Rush, who remains convinced that President Obama is a secret Muslim terrorist who is planning a devastating attack against America.

In his latest column, titled “Obama: The Head Of The ISIS Snake,” Rush once again claims that “the individual representing himself as Barack Hussein Obama is responsible for the resurgence of Islamic militancy in the Middle East, and ISIS in particular.”

“As uncomfortable for [other members of the government] as it may be, they must come to grips with the fact that Obama is a well-placed saboteur representing malignant interests, enemies both foreign and domestic, that have been strategizing the downfall of the United States for decades,” Rush declares.

As evidence, he notes that in May, Obama established the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument. Could the president have been trying to protect 500,000 acres of pristine wilderness, filled with diverse wildlife and fascinating Pre-American, New Mexican, and American history?

Nope. It’s actually a 500,000-acre training ground for ISIS.

“Potential for the incursion of malefactors in that area is enormous; not just an efficient and effective route for small bands of drug smugglers or gangs, it now amounts to a protected access for potentially large sorties onto the U.S. soil,” Rush writes. Clearly, establishing the monument is just a precursor to “a terror cell executing a Nairobi mall-style attack or detonating a dirty bomb somewhere in Middle America.”

“Whether Obama intends to seize absolute power via martial law after a comprehensive White House-orchestrated terrorist strike or use his jihadi army to aid in pacifying an unsuspecting American populace matters little,” he concludes. “The bottom line is that the decisive measures needed to defeat ISIS and to protect American citizens from them will never be taken by this president, and it should be obvious as to why. This nation now faces extreme and unprecedented crises, and apart from an Act of God, they will only be resolved through extreme and unprecedented measures.”

Is it too late for Valerie Jarrett to sell that part of New Mexico?

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This Week In Crazy: Affirmative Action For Terrorists, And The Rest Of The Worst Of The Right

Welcome to “This Week In Crazy,” The National Memo’s weekly update on the wildest attacks, conspiracy theories, and other loony behavior from the increasingly unhinged right wing. Starting with number five:

5. Steve King

As the situation in Ferguson, Missouri spiraled out of control, Newsmax TV decided to sort out the police shooting and subsequent protests by turning to an expert on race relations: Rep. Steve King (R-IA).

According to Congressman King, racial profiling didn’t play a role in the violence — because everyone in Ferguson is from the same “continental origin.”

“This idea of no racial profiling…I’ve seen the video,” King said. “It looks to me like you don’t need to bother with that particular factor because they all appear to be of a single, you know, of a single origin, I should say, a continental origin might be the way to phrase that.”

You guys, I don’t think he’s talking about North America.

But don’t worry, minorities: King added that he “reject[s] race-based politics, identity politics” (unless someone has cantaloupe calves, in which case all bets are off).

Meanwhile, Reince Priebus would like you to know that his outreach plan is going just fine, thanks for asking.

4. Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck checks in at number four, for predicting (again) that America is about to collapse once and for all — unless we heed his advice.

To underscore the seriousness of the situation, Beck busted out his chalkboard and covered it with a timeline of just about every global crisis since 1999. What caused 9/11, the housing bubble, and the “Nazi European uprising,” you might ask?

Not listening to Glenn Beck, obviously.

“All of these things were insane to say at the time,” Beck said, after scolding Americans for mocking his prophecies. He explained that people are always telling him, “I don’t want to hear any more from you on your predictions, because they tend to come true” [note: nobody has ever said this], but he just can’t stop dropping facts.

“Try being me,” he said. “You think I want to think these things?”

Unfortunately, according to the Prophet Beck, “we’re at the end of the highway. This is it.” Is there any hope for the future?

Yes. All we have to do is give in to the power of love, and “live like Jesus.”

I guess it beats living like Moloch and Baal.

3. Louie Gohmert

Photo: Gage Skidmore via Flickr

Photo: Gage Skidmore via Flickr

Congress may have left Washington for the summer, but that isn’t stopping Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) from sharing his unique views on the news.

In a Wednesday interview with the Tea Party News Network, Gohmert warned that “undocumented Democrats” are flooding over the border to infect Americans with Ebola.

“This administration doesn’t have the desire, doesn’t have the will to actually stop it. Because they see people coming across as undocumented Democrats,” Gohmert explained. “So they want to keep that surge of people coming in illegally. Even though it includes a big spike in ‘other than Mexicans.’ OTMs, as we call them. It includes a spike in people from countries where terrorism abounds. We have people coming in from countries where Ebola is located.”

“They could be coming in with disease that we simply do not need,” he added. “And that’s not fear mongering, it’s just saying ‘let’s be careful.'”

Because if there’s one person who’s always careful about what he says and does, it’s Louie Gohmert.

Presumably, once the Ebola-ridden terrorists reach America, they’ll take the first available opportunity to have terror babies (who will eventually grow up to be freeloading todders). By Gohmert’s own logic, though, they won’t be Democrats; after all, he already won Hispanics’ hearts and minds by killing immigration reform.

Audio of Gohmert’s comments is available at Buzzfeed.

2. Erik Rush

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Screenshot: YouTube

The ever-paranoid Erik Rush checks in at number two, for a column suggesting that gay Americans are aligning themselves with ISIS to kill Christians.

Writing in WorldNetDaily, Rush laments the fact that ISIS is targeting Christians in Iraq, and then warns that “in America, we are seeing a different methodology being used to disenfranchise Christians, but rest assured, many of the principals and operatives are the same people.”

The operatives, of course, are the president and his gay buddies.

“It isn’t necessary at this time to belabor the fact Obama has more than a nodding acquaintance with all things gay,” Rush writes — linking to another WorldNetDaily article about the president’s secret gay life — before transitioning to his central argument: “Those on the political left hate Christians.”

“[T]hose true-believing useful idiots on the left – some of them homosexual themselves – share the same big tent with another political special interest and beneficiary of progressives’ largesse: Muslims, those who would just as readily and just as severely persecute homosexuals, women, children and, of course, non-Muslims in America as they are doing in Iraq,” he writes.

“It says a lot that so many liberal Americans have decided to stand with abject animals, men who are capable of the most heinous, disgusting, depraved war crimes imaginable, and against their own countrymen and women who happen to be Christians, and against our ally Israel,” Rush continues.

Personally, I haven’t seen many liberals standing in solidarity with ISIS, but as Rush frequently reminds us, evidence is for liberals.

Rush concluded his column with what he surely considers to be a kill shot: “Finally, addressing the Islamist horde that has promised to raise its flag over the White House: In a sense, it has already been done.”

I guess that’s what we get for electing Malcolm X’s gay, radical Islamist-loving son (probably).

1. Larry Klayman

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Screenshot: YouTube

This week’s “winner” is the only man with a crazier WorldNetDaily column than Rush: Right-wing legal activist and failed coup leader Larry Klayman.

“Under the Obama administration run by our so-called commander in chief,” Klayman begins, “affirmative action has been expanded to include Muslim terrorists such as Hamas and yet another Afghan terrorist, amidst its security forces, who just killed the American general, Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene, the highest-ranking U.S. officer to be murdered since 1970 in the Vietnam War.”

You have my attention.

Klayman goes on to give a long “refresher course” on how President Obama — “the first Muslim president” — actually sympathizes with terrorists over the U.S. military. (Key points include the fact that Obama lived in Indonesia as a child, and has suggested that the U.S. “avoid impeding Muslim citizens from practicing religion.”) He then gets to the meat of his argument:

“The situation has reached an intolerable point, and it is time to either impeach Obama or find some other legal means to rid the nation of his treasonous and harmful ways,” Klayman writes.

“Thus, in the world of war against radical Islam, Obama and his comrades, like Kerry and the U.N.’s Ban, have created a new type of affirmative action where Muslim terrorists have more rights than our own military and our country as a whole,” he continues.

Just think of all of the well-qualified Christian terrorists who didn’t get a spot at Guantánamo!

“Obama must now be held legally accountable for his treason, either through impeachment or some other legal means,” Klayman concludes. “The nation finally must be rid of this tyrant, who allows our own best and brightest to be sacrificed at the altar of his Muslim roots and sympathies.”

It’s nice that Klayman has decided to stick to “legal means” to remove Obama from office this time. But if he wants to go outside the law, I can think of dozens of Americans who are ready for action.

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