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Erik Rush: Officials should be "hanging from D.C. like fruit"

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Erik Rush continues to use his WorldNetDaily column and radio show to rage at the fact that America is a democracy, and not a dictatorship where he can go all Kim Jong-Un and viciously execute anyone who dares to disagree with him.

Rush once again partnered up with his favorite squeeze: Jim Garrow, one of the few men on Earth who could possibly rival Rush in terms of absolute all-consuming psychosis.

Unsurprisingly, the two of them once again insisted that President Obama, for crimes left unmentioned, deserves the death penalty, as does anyone else who may support him.

When the legacy that these people have in reality is shown to the public, it is a wonder that they’re not going to be stoned to death or hung from gallows when it really is shown that self-interest was their interest, not the promise they made to the people," said Garrow.

"I've said before that if you had the founders or people who were of the mindset of the founders in power right now overnight that Congressmen, government officials and appointees would be hanging from D.C. like fruit," Rush replied.

Rush and Garrow did not elaborate on why precisely Obama etc. deserved to be murdered, but in the past have accused him of being a pedophile, of conducting widespread murder, and of plotting to set off nuclear bombs to eradicate the U.S. population.

And it still has not occurred to Rush (but has occurred to Garrow) to think that, if Obama was even a smidgen as psychotic as he wishes he could be, somebody should have come after him by now.

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