Yesterday, Janet Mefferd (who is still not yet Senegalese) invited Michael Coffman onto her program to discuss his book, Radical Islam in the House.
It's a very self-explanatory title.
As many of you have no doubt already guessed, Coffman alleges in his book that an "Islamist cancer" has "penetrated deeply into the federal government and our culture" in order "to create a global Caliphate or world government."
On Mefferd's program, Coffman speculated that President Obama might become a dictator and refuse to give up power in order to transform the US into an Islamic state, which will lead to a second Syria-esque Civil War once Americans begin fighting back.
According to Coffman, the Obama administration is building such close ties to "radical Islamists" that they can't be overturned by the next administration "no matter who is the next president, if we have another president."
"Actually the Islamists believe that by the end of the Obama administration they will have an Islamic nation here in the United States," said Coffman. "They believe very confidently that they will have succeeded within these next three and a half years to make this an Islamist state."
Of the supposed Islamic takeover, Coffman said that "The next president, assuming we can get there, is probably going to shut the whole thing down and stop it," as well as that it is "-going to become so apparent by that time that it's going to be almost impossible for them to be able to implement it without going to a civil war type of thing like they do so often like it's happening in Syria and so forth right now."