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Erik Rush: "Insurrection" needed to stop Obama "herding people into cattle cars"

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Erik Rush, the craziest of the crazies, has once again renewed his call for an "insurrection" against the Obama administration, this time charging that it will be necessary to keep them from "kicking down doors and herding people into cattle cars."

In his latest tirade, Rush contends that "In the background, the president has engaged in even deeper collusion with our enemies at home and abroad, among them insinuating members of the Muslim Brotherhood – an organization with a written mission to destroy America – into high places in government. His administration has conspired to sign the U.S. on to the U.N. International Arms Trade Treaty, which would impinge upon American citizens’ Second Amendment protections, as well as providing a disadvantage to our allies abroad. Through the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), he is attempting to subordinate America’s economic policy to foreign interests."

Rush also claims that two Supreme Court justices appointed by Obama are " lifelong students of old-school communism (as is he),"

It goes without saying that all of Rush's allegations against Obama are based solely on wingnut conspiracy theories that have no basis in reality.

"I fear that those who still insist upon defending Obama and his ilk, whether liberal commentators or our neighbors, are those who will merely shrug their shoulders when they start kicking down doors and herding people into cattle cars. As such, they certainly shouldn’t be trusted."

An odd statement coming from someone who, with the expectation of a Romney victory in 2012, encouraged him to have journalists rounded up and arrested for treason.

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