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Erik Rush: Obama "murdered" everyone on lost Malaysia Airlines plane

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On March 20, 2014, Erik Rush, the same man who has accused President Obama of orchestrating the attack on the Benghazi consulate, selling chemical weapons to Syria and plotting to detonate nuclear bombs on American soil, accused President Obama (to the surprise of absolutely nobody) of having everyone on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight murdered.

Why so few have postulated that this facility may have played a part in the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 may or may not seem odd at first blush given the circumstances: I mean, it’s not a secret base, though clandestine activities conducted there certainly would be. At any rate, I am told Diego Garcia is the location to which Flight 370 was diverted. My source has actually been to Diego Garcia, and assures me that you can land a Lockheed C-5 Galaxy there. Those are the military transport planes they load tanks aboard, and they're just about the size of a Boeing 777.

At Diego Garcia, some 20 civilian technical personnel were removed from the aircraft for interrogation. On March 8, Reuters reported that 20 employees of U.S. chipmaker Freescale Semiconductor were passengers on Flight 370, according to a statement from the company. It is said that these employees traveled regularly between company facilities in Tianjin, China, and Kuala Lumpur. It may be presumed that these individuals were the same 20 who were reportedly taken to Diego Garcia for interrogation, although my information holds that the detainees (if you will) were working in their capacities as contractors.

Reports earlier this week that the flight plan deviation was programmed into a computer system on board (rather than being executed manually by one of the pilots was quite accurate), I am told. The airliner was taken over remotely by US intelligence operatives at the behest of those at the highest levels of our government.

No, there would have to be a great deal more involved than a software package to commandeer an airliner, kidnap technical contractors, and then "disappear" the plane and over 200 passengers (who, sadly, were most likely murdered for the sake of expediency).

Rush's conspiracy theory is almost identical to one presented earlier this week by his lover, Jim Garrow. The only difference is that Rush speculates the pilots may have been allowed to live because they are "pro-Islamist."

"My understanding is that the foregoing information has been confirmed at the highest levels of our government, though not the current one, if that's cryptic enough for you," Rush insists.

"At least, that’s what my source tells me. And they haven't been wrong yet."

Based on the other claims Rush has made based on information gathered from his mysterious "source," the safest assumption is that Rush can only see it when he stops taking his medication.