The crazy is still alive and kicking in the right-wing. Conservative radio host Stan Solomon invited Gun Owners of America President Larry Pratt and conservative blogger Greg Howard to his show and the group had nothing better to do than dream up conspiracy theories and talk negatively about President Obama.
According to Right Wing Watch, the trio claimed that President Obama is going to take guns from white people and that he is raising a black army to massacre white people.
“I believe they will put together a racial force to go against an opposite race resistance, basically a black force to go against a white resistance, and then they will claim anyone resisting the black force they are doing it because they are racist,” Solomon said. Howard, of course, concurred with Solomon and chimed in that President Obama “has been sowing the seeds of racial hatred” and claimed that America had been “healing quite well as a nation on racial issues until Obama came along and now we have a lot of racial discord.”
Howard then predicted that President Obama will start by “wiping out a few hundred people who own guns” and “pull a large scale Waco or a Ruby Ridge type incident” to justify a race war.
Larry Pratt then threatened violence against President Obama by saying if the President “starts playing the massacre game the way you did at Waco, well, you’re going to get surrounded, you won’t be able to go home safely, your family won’t be safe.”
Here’s the video via Right Wing Watch:
Conservatives are already laying the groundwork to make sure their readers and listeners believe their crazy claims. Not long ago, a conservative blogger accused President Obama of deliberately staging the Sandy Hook massacre in Connecticut so that he would have reason to confiscate guns. And since 2009, conservatives across the country have claimed time and time again that President Obama is being racist against white Americans. These are the claims of raving lunatics whose only goal is to spread hate and fear in order to gain power and control over people so they can push their own agenda. In four years when President Obama leaves office and none of the ridiculously insane conspiracy theories of conservatives have happened, hopefully people will finally begin to see reason again and will reject and ignore those who spread them.