The Revolution will not be televised
Or perhaps even noticed
Please leave yourself a note to check your favorite right-wing website on Tuesday, November 19th, for your assignment to an assault team for breaching the White House gate in Larry Klayman’s Revolution. It seems like just yesterday — but it was way back in September — that he announced that he would dethrone the man who is worse than George III:
On November 19, 2013, a day that will hopefully live [sic] on in the history of our once great republic, I call upon millions of Americans who have been appalled and disgusted by Obama’s criminality – his Muslim, socialist, anti-Semitic, anti-Christian, anti-white, pro-illegal immigrant, pro-radical gay and lesbian agenda – among other outrages, to descend on Washington, D.C., en masse, and demand that he leave town and resign from office if he does not want to face prison time.
A day may live “hopefully,” Larry, but it will still die at midnight, just as every other day.
Here’s what Klayman said about the Kenyan Muslim usurper:
King George III may have been a greedy ‘control freak,’ but at least he was a Christian. The United States is being run by a Muslim bent on furthering an Islamic caliphate who seeks to destroy our spirituality and the body politic of our Judeo-Christian roots.
Ol’ George had his good points, sez Larry. Larry Klayman: defender of the faith.
But, kids, I recommend you take Larry’s legal advice about jail time for President Obama with the largest grain of salt that you can lay you hands on.
You see, Larry threw his best flowery language — or inflated rhetoric; take your pick — at a federal judge in his claim that he’d been defamed by City Pages and others for reporting that a civil magistrate in Ohio had found that Larry had engaged in some funny business with one of his kids. A boy. The reporting was part of a national homosexualist agenda, according to Klayman.
The judge said, in words or effect, “I beg your pardon; I can’t make any sense of this,” and dismissed the complaint.”
Larry’s opinion that President Obama is a criminal is probably, well, a little wide of the mark.
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