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Jim Garrow: Breitbart, Hastings and Clancy were murdered by Obama

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Earlier this year, Jim Garrow, a self-proclaimed Nobel Peace Prize Nominee (who, in real life, is an accused child trafficker and contributor to Alex Jones's InfoWars), insisted that President Obama had instituted a litmus test within the military, requiring leaders to pledge to fire on American civilians if so ordered and purging anyone who refused.

Yesterday, Garrow teamed up with another madman, Rick Wiles, to claim that, for the last forty years, he had been working as an undercover intelligence officer for the US government until he was forced out last month by President Obama for revealing this information.

Garrow proceeded to claim that everyone in the intelligence community knows that President Obama is bisexual and that he has "little buddies ... brought into the White House even now."

And this wasn't even the lowest level to which Garrow would allow himself to sink during the interview.

No, that would be when Garrow claimed that the Obama administration was responsible for the deaths of right-wing blogger Andrew Breitbart, journalist Michael Hastings, and novelist Tom Clancy, all of whom, according to Garrow, were aware that Obama was an agent of the Saudi Arabian government.

Garrow even went the extra mile and insisted it was Breitbart's inability to keep quiet about it that ultimately got them all killed.

"Because of the information that Breitbart gave to Tom Clancy, he was working on a novel that would have exposed Obama as a Saudi agenda, as a Saudi plant in the White House," Garrow alleged.

"He knew exactly who Obama was and he was going to release it in character form in a book. The character was going to be this President of the United States who was a plant. It was going to be the real information about Obama was going to come out in the form of a novel."

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