To the surprise of absolutely nobody, Erik Rush, the craziest of all the crazies in Crazy Town (better known as WorldNetDaily), has joined Larry Klayman, Rick Joyner and Pat Robertson in calling for an Egypt-style overthrow of the Obama administration.
"Over the last few weeks in print and on my streaming radio show, I've articulated my sentiment that it is past the time millions of Americans should have swarmed the Capitol and the White House, demanding the resignation of the president, his Cabinet, and every representative and senator in Congress, à la Tahrir Square in Egypt when Muslim Brotherhood thug Mohamed Morsi was ousted earlier this year," he writes.
"Granted that much of this will sound preposterous and even seditious to many Americans," he continues (and that is the one and only thing in his entire column that is actually true), "but the fact is such persons simply aren’t operating with sufficient information – sort of like the intoxicant aboard the Titanic who didn't realize the ship was sinking until it was perpendicular to the ocean surface. This criminal administration has the darkest of designs on the nation and its people, and we have every right and the duty at this point to resist it. The attendant necessity to purge the government at large of communists and socialist elites, both Democrat and Republican, would be the second order of business.
"Those of us who see that the course we are on, if unaltered, will either necessitate civil war or end in the cruelest totalitarianism are also aware that there is no more room for concern over being called extremists, arsonists, anarchists, terrorists, racists, kidnappers, hostage-takers, knuckle-draggers, tea-tards, tea-baggers, Taliban, or any of the other infantile slurs establishment leftists and their lemmings hurl our way."
Rush proceeds, as expected, to re-list some of his most laughably unbelievable conspiracy theories, and even complains at one point that liberals are picking on him, all without once presenting so much as a single shred of substantiation to any of his claims (because asking for proof is still a liberal ruse).