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  • gfo99 gfo99 Jul 13, 2013 10:59 AM Flag

    Winner in "This Week In Crazy"

    Erik Rush

    Erik Rush

    This week’s “winner” is right-wing columnist and Fox News contributor Erik Rush, who now claims that President Obama is brutally murdering his enemies — just like Rush predicted!

    Writing in WorldNetDaily, the equally entertaining and unnerving right-wing conspiracy dumpster, Rush explains that President Obama is a “treacherous mobster” who is more than likely responsible for scores of murders. Among other victims, Rush cites:

    —Obama’s closeted gay lovers
    —Lieutenant Quarles Harris Jr., who was investigating Obama’s passport records
    —Jennifer Gallagher, a nurse who drowned a month after attending to victims of the Aurora movie theater shooting
    —Journalist Michael Hastings, who died in a “car accident”
    —Ambassador Christopher Stevens, who was killed in the attack in Benghazi
    —Right-wing demigod Andrew Breitbart, who died of a “heart attack”
    —First Dog Bo Obama’s trainer

    What is Rush’s evidence that the president is actually a serial killer? He doesn’t have any, because evidence is for liberals.

    “I know it’s typical for those on the political left to demand peer-reviewed studies, videotape and signed affidavits proving the assertions some of us make concerning the machinations of the Obama administration and socialist encroachment at large, but we all are aware by now that this is a diversion,” Rush writes. “It’s also a good indicator that we’re correct in said assertions.”

    At this point, it’s fair to wonder why Rush is writing a weekly column instead of being committed to a mental hospital. But hey, like Rush himself, we’re just asking questions.

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