A Facebook friend sent me a link to the blog We the People, knowing that I’m an afficianado of crazy. And wow, I think I’m in love. The author is Jim Campbell, who describes himself as “Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot” (inappropriate capitalization in the original). So what makes this site special, I’m sure you’re asking yourself. Let him explain:
Perhaps you have never been here before. I write with twisted wit and my warped sense of humor. It’s called by El Rushbo, using the absurd to illustrate absurdity.
I promise to provide accurate sourcing, stay away from conspiracy theories, and make any needed changes or complete retractions if need be.
And to show you just how diligently he stays away from conspiracy theories, he advertises this “full length video on the new world order.”
And he supports Orly Taitz and her zeal to prove that Obama is a Kenyan Muslim usurper in a post with this grammar-bending headline, “Are the tides and winds of change tuning (sic) on Obama?” Orly Taitz, in his view, is a “bulldog” for going after “Obama Nazi Judges” (again, inappropriate capitalization in the original).
He seems to have a very difficult time with grammar, especially in headlines. Like this one: “The Plot Thickens: Arpaio investigation: Obama might be Kenyan Records that could document status mysteriously missing.” And this one: “Obama’s Kenyan move Administration loosened abortion laws in African nation.” As another sign that he avoids conspiracy theories, he’s all about proving that Obama was born in Kenya. And then George Soros apparently went back with his secret time machine and planted two fake birth announcements in Hawaiian newspapers. Or something.
This is going to be a lot of fun.
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