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Larry Klayman rips "fraudulently elected" President's SOTU address

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Larry Klayman, who tried to lead a military coup against President Obama on November 19th, 2013, is obviously still sour over the fact that he failed in epic fashion to do so.

Once again writing for the conspiracy theory factory known as WorldNetDaily, Klayman ripped into President Obama's State of the Union address.

Klayman's problem, as one would expect, was not anything said during the speech, but rather that Obama was still capable of giving one in 2014.

"Last Tuesday, fraudulently elected President Barack Hussein Obama treated the American people to yet another empty and frightening speech," he writes. "Not even eligible to be standing on the podium addressing a joint session of Congress for the State of the Union Address – as Obama is not a natural born citizen, as required by the Constitution, sired in the United States by two citizen parents – the socialist, anti-Semitic, anti-Christian and anti-white, anti-Israeli, Muslim-sympathizer-in-chief spewed forth a masterful performance, all the while ignoring the cancer that has metastasized in his administration – a cancer that threatens the continued existence of our severely wounded nation."

Of course, even if Larry Klayman's chanting had magically turned Obama into a foreign-born immigrant by now, he would still be eligible to be President, as the many former birthers now lobbying Ted Cruz to run for President can attest.

As someone who has spent decades masquerading as a lawyer, you would think Klayman would have become aware of this by now.



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