Today, Mat Staver warned that the "red line of liberty" has repeatedly been crossed by President Obama, more so and in worse ways than were done even by King George III leading up to the Revolutionary War.
After citing several biblical examples of figures rising up against tyrants (effectively adding Staver's voice to that of Larry Klayman, Erik Rush, Rick Joyner and Pat Robertson in calling for a violent overthrow in lieu of democracy), Staver accused Obama of supporting Muslim terrorists while stigmatizing Christians.
Staver's charges, both that Obama is supporting terrorists and that he is stigmatizing Christians, are based on unsubstantiated conspiracy theories that have been repeatedly debunked and yet keep getting salvaged out of the dump and presented again by authoritarian dissent peddlers left and right.
"This is worse than what we saw with King George in terms of what he did to his people," Staver alleged.
Then because this was apparently not unhinged and irresponsible enough for Staver, he went on to compare Obamacare to the Boston Massacre, alleging that, while the massacre only resulted in a handful of deaths, Obamacare is "slaughtering its own" by the tens of thousands by "forcing employers to fund the killing of innocent unborn children."
"It pales in comparison," Staver said, "to the Boston Massacre of five or six people. What we are seeing today is clearly the red line, if it hasn't been crossed already - and I tend to think that it has been crossed - it's certainly right there in front of us. And now we the people are going to have to make a decision: are we going to continue to live in the face of this tyranny?"
Staver's charge that Obamacare is killing unborn children also has no basis in reality.
On all the charges for which Obama was accused during the broadcast, Staver went 0-3.
The problem is not that people are electing "to live in the face of reality." It's that Mat Staver is still trying to wage a war against reality.