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Jim Garrow: Obama should be "put down" like a rabid dog

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On January 28th, 2014, Jim Garrow once again called for President Obama to be murdered.

"'The Boy Who Cried Wolf' is at it again," he writes. "Perhaps a real wolf will eat him so we don't have to listen to the lies. Rabid dogs are put down for the protection of the innocent and to prevent the spread of disease."

Garrow doesn't even bother naming any of his previous conspiracy theory allegations against the president during this most recent tirade (which include mental illness, murder, pedophilia, attempting to exterminate the entire U.S. population, and conspiring with extraterrestrials).

He does, however, refer to Obama as "the great Satan," which is closer to Al-Qaeda's rhetoric than Garrow could even dream of Obama becoming.

"The meteor of doom continues on its course with the mad man Obama laughing derisively at the 'colonialist empire' he is wreaking havoc on and bringing down," he insists. "The great Satan allowed its guard to slip and a quisling agent to penetrate. His work of devastation is not done and he has spread his manure of deceit across the land again.

"The lonely voices of those not addled into submission to the lies find themselves Alinskied at every turn, browbeaten into conformity, or forced to disappear into obscurity for their audacity in declaring the Emperor to be unclothed, and bare faced in his lies.

"Obama is revolting in his prevarication, and our response should be to revolt - period."

Coming from an accused human trafficker and serial fraud, that's quite a statement.

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