As has already been reported by this column, the partial success of Larry Klayman's suit against the NSA surveillance program has gone straight to his head and fed into his already massive delusions of relevancy.
So much so that, on Tuesday, Klayman actually thought it was within his capacity to sit down for an interview on CNN with someone who wasn't reading the far-right's script along with him.
The very first words out of Klayman's mouth were an attempt at character assassination of the interviewer, Don Lemon.
"I think it is important to note that you’re a big supporter of Obama," Klayman told Lemon. "You're an ultra-leftist and you're a big supporter of Obama."
Klayman continued with the war of words, later attacking CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin, who derided Klayman's "tin foil hat paranoia" and his "fantasy that the NSA was after him."
Klayman continued to attack Lemon and Toobin until his mic had to be cut. When he was brought back, Klayman immediately attacked them again, saying "CNN removes you from the screen when it doesn’t like what you think" and attempting to shame their "disgraceful" performance.
Unsurprisingly, the first thing Klayman did after this interview was run crying to his colleagues at WorldNetDaily.
According to Klayman, the interview was all part of a conspiracy to make him look bad.
"What CNN did to me yesterday was a hit piece orchestrated against me by the Obama White House with the direct involvement of the Democratic National Committee in an attempt to discredit me and to turn the public against Judge Leon’s court decision that the NSA is violating Fourth Amendment rights," said Klayman.
Later, Klayman found another sympathic ear from the even more psychotic Alex Jones of InfoWars.
Here, Klayman insisted that he will personally overthrow the "evil" Obama administration.
"If Gandhi can do it in India, we can do it here," said Klayman.