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Ex-general Paul Vallely calls for citizen’s arrest of President Obama

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The frequent calls for a military overthrow of the Obama administration are no longer funny now that the extremists calling for it have actual military experience.

The fact that former Paul Vallely, a former general and Fox News contributor, was willing to speak to a notorious conspiracy theory factory like WorldNetDaily should be cause for alarm enough. But as stated above, Vallely not only prescribes to extremist rhetoric, he has endorsed attempts to overthrow the administration.

Vallely began by suggesting that the country hold a "national recall" election, which he admitted has no basis in the constitution. He then urged people to "get off our derrieres" and protest the government in the millions, echoing similar calls by Larry Klayman, Erik Rush and Harry Riley (who also has military experience).

"If we've got to march in the state capitals, if we’ve got to march in Washington with one hundred million people, then that's what we need to do," said Vallely.

"I would say if we can make citizens' arrest," he continued. "I challenge our government that if we have people that are conducting treason against the United States and the best interests of our country, violating the Constitution, violating our laws, just as they are doing with these excessive executive orders that are coming out of the White House where you have a President and his team that doesn’t care about the Constitution."

True to WorldNetDaily’s policy, Vallely never once elaborated on how exactly the Obama administration is violating the Constitution or the law.

Like many at WND, Vallely apparently believes it is against the law to get elected to any office on a Democratic ticket.

And somehow, some way, this lunatic became a general.



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