Tim Wildmon, son of the founder of the American Family Association and the current president of that organization, throws out yet another bizarre conspiracy theory about Obama intentionally destroying the economy to give him an excuse to seize power and become a dictator.
Wildmon: I’m just throwing the questions out there because the actions of the President lead me to believe he may in fact see the economy collapse on purpose. To what end, I’m not sure exactly, maybe so he can do something at that point. Probably about three to five percent of the American public actually believes what I suggested here. Do you have any logical explanation? There is something a “legitimate” economic ideology that’s taught in even schools, called Keynesian, is that what it’s called, Keynesian economics. I guess more people would say that’s what he subscribes to rather than this idea of intentionally trying to bankrupt the country. How do you explain his actions or inactions with all this?Celia: I don’t disagree with when you look at the fruit, that’s what you see. I think it could be also that this is someone who is desperate for more social control and more power. Obviously one way you get that, the way that radical Marxists—which I believe he is—history shows that once you get everybody standing in a breading, you can accomplish pretty much anything you want with false promises or false ideology…
Wildmon: I’m just going on the facts that President Obama, his actions and his inactions lead me to suspect that he doesn’t have a problem with our country going bankrupt because then he can do things that he wants to do because of some kind of national emergency or something.
As always, the fact that this dystopic prediction will never come true won’t do anything to this idiot’s standing with his followers. Just like the perpetual predictions of a UN takeover of America, none of which have ever or will ever come true, do nothing to hurt the credibility of the John Birch Society crowd with their braindead adherents.