Latest Obama Conspiracy Theory Is Also The Craziest
Are the exponentially elaborate Obama conspiracies sign of Republican desperation? Or is Obama really a threat to American sovereignty?
The latest Obama conspiracy theory is an elaboration of an already comically elaborate theory. It wasn’t enough to warn us that Obama was supporting the takeover of Egypt by the Muslim Brotherhood in order to collapse their economy, persecute Christians, and ultimately send a wave of “50-100 million” Muslim immigrants to the U.S., where they would seize the land confiscated from Americans by Agenda 21. Now, according to author Avi Lipkin, the President has more up his sleeve…
Lipkin has been adding to the previously-discussed plot, turning into one of the wildest conspiracy theories ever. According to his vague “insider information,” Lipkin claims that Obama is a Sunni Muslim moonlighting for the Saudi Arabian government. Apparently he’s having a hard time making ends meet on his President’s salary.
Under Saudi orders, Obama is having “charter jets [bring] Muslims into this country every day for free, at the expense of the U.S. taxpayer.” Lipkin predicts that there are upwards of 20 to 30 million Muslims living in America, without our knowledge. Once in the country, the Muslim males marry Christian and Jewish women, and together they become “baby factories for Islam.”
While the plot seems like something out of a suspense novel, Lipkin and the American Family Association’s news division, OneNewsNow, believe in it. Which makes one wonder – is it scarier that this Obama conspiracy theory might be true, or that anyone in their right mind might believe it?
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