Yup. Him again. And in typical Erik Rush fashion, it's a doozy.
Rush is once again charging that the D.C. navy yard shooting was a false flag attack, though the reasons behind the attack have changed since he first made the claim.
Rush's new theory is that the shooting was really an effort by the Obama Administration to stop the Navy from arresting the President for treason.
Nope. For planning to detonate a nuclear weapon in the middle of Washington D.C. in order to justify military action in Syria.
I kid you not.
"The idea, in a nutshell, was that [the Navy] found out that President Obama was going to set off this nuke in DC either as a reason for going into Syria or as a reason to escalate military action because this nuke would have been a retaliation for going in to Syria," said Rush. "I'm not quite sure about that, but I do recall a lot of people, including myself, having commented on, having written on, spoken on the fact that the President had an almost obsessive fixation and eagerness for going into Syria at that time and no one could figure out why. We had a lot of different postulations, but now one of them could be he had a time table for orchestrating this stuff."
Even Rush himself admits that this "-may sound like the stuff of conspiracy theories," though he expects this to be mitigated because "-a lot of stuff that seemed to some of us like conspiracy theories years ago turned out to be true over the last few months."
Like what? Erik Rush and his WorldNetDaily colleagues are responsible for countless conspiracy theories, and so far, absolutely none of them have been supported by facts enough to even actually qualify as theories ("conspiracy hypothesis" would be the much more accurate term for what Rush typically deals in).
Back in reality, only one thing has truly been demonstrated today: Erik Rush will never have enough reasons to hate Obama to satisfy him.