Larry Klayman Thinks He’s Going to Succeed

As you’re all aware by now, Larry Klayman, the dumbest lawyer in America not named Mat Staver or Orly Taitz, is planning a “non-violent revolution” on Nov. 19th, when he will go to the White House and demand that Obama “put down the Quran, get off his knees and come out with his hands up.” And the funny thing is that he thinks there’s going to be vast numbers of people with him. And it’s all because he’s a Kenyan Muslim tyrant:

Consider these “Facts” requiring immediate action:

Obama is not a natural born citizen as required by the Constitution eligible to run for and be elected president of the United States. Having lied about his place of birth, which was likely Kenya and not within the borders of territories of the United States, and not having two parents who were American citizens at the time of his birth, he later, after years of demands by concerned citizens, produced on the White House website a fraudulent birth certificate to try to subterfuge his deceit. Despite election law complaints in various states to prove that Obama is not a natural born citizen, the courts, as has become the norm, have thus far turned a blind eye, obviously out of fear of the tyrant. Not one court has legitimately addressed the law, and We the People have been abandoned by our judges, who have generally become highly politicized and corrupt.

*yawn* Yes, Larry. He was born in Kenya, but George Soros and Saul Alinsky got in their time machine and went back to 1961 to plant fake birth announcements in two Hawaiian newspapers.

The long list of repeated injuries and usurpations is too long to put in this column, but I am preparing a new Declaration of Independence to present and “declare” at the White House gates on Tuesday, Nov. 19, when Obama’s resignation is demanded by the millions who we hope to have present that day.

I call upon all of you to join us on Nov. 19, 2013, to Reclaim American Now before it is too late and our nation collapses under the heavy weight of Obama’s long and growing train of abuses and usurpations.

Reclaim America Now begins at 10 a.m. on Nov. 19 in LaFayette Park in front of the White House.

I bet it doesn’t, Larry. I bet tens of people will show up with you on that day. And it’s going to be quite amusing to watch.

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  • http://www.gregory-gadow.net Gregory in Seattle

    Isn’t talk about revolution a federal crime called sedition? A very, very serious federal crime?

  • otrame

    Dear Larry,

    Subterfuge is not a verb.

    Love and kisses,

    Otrame

  • Pieter B, FCD

    produced on the White House website a fraudulent birth certificate to try to subterfuge his deceit

    I want proof that Klayman didn’t have a ringer take the bar exam for him.

  • Alverant

    Well Gregory, Klayman is a white christian conservative and sedition doesn’t apply to them, sedition laws only apply when a white christian conservative is in office.

  • uzza

    Otrame @2

    He’s going for a complete impediment to understanding

  • Larry

    Be sure to bring that redneck what waved the confederate flag during another mass teabagger rally at the WH a few weeks ago. That’ll prove your protest is totally non-racist.

  • http://timgueguen.blogspot.com timgueguen

    I wonder how many right wing “media personalities” see stuff like this and think “Dammit, Larry, keep this up and you’ll ruin the whole scam for all of us!”

  • barry21

    Sorry to correct you Ed, but he wants Obama to “come up with his hands out”. Had Obama made a similar erroneous transposition, Klayman’s ilk would spill gallons of ink in discussing its Communistic, Muslimic nefariousness.

  • Dave Maier

    Consider these “Facts” requiring immediate action:

    Normally it galls me when illiterates use quotation marks for emphasis, but sometimes the results are quite amusing….

  • John Pieret

    Larry Klayman Thinks He’s Going to Succeed

    Has this guy ever succeeded at anything? For example, has he ever won a case?

    Is it an example of “Hope springs eternal” or Stupidity conquers all”?

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    Sure, but both sides are equivalent, because liberals insist that Obama is legitimately the president.

    otrame “Dear Larry, Subterfuge is not a verb. Love and kisses, Otrame”

    Stop subterfuging this page!

  • cry4turtles

    Wouldn’t he shit his pants if President Obama called his bluff and came out with his hands up!? WTF would this clown do? Stammer?

  • Moggie

    when Obama’s resignation is demanded by the millions who we hope to have present that day

    Millions. He’s expecting his event to be possibly the largest protest gathering in US history? I wonder how many Porta Potties he’s rented for the day?

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    cry4turtles “Wouldn’t he shit his pants if President Obama called his bluff and came out with his hands up!?”

    And he pulls off his mask, revealing a scared, resentful old white guy, meaning that [twist] they’ve been fighting themselves the whole time! [dun-dun dun!]

  • cottonnero

    #14: Well, that would explain why he’s been acting like a Republican this whole time.

  • Hercules Grytpype-Thynne

    come out with his hands up

    He actually called on Obama “to figuratively come up with his hands out.” (True story. Listen at 1:46.)

    I thought it was the Obama voters who had their hands out, and that that was a bad thing.

    to try to subterfuge his deceit

    Verbing weirds language.

  • jnorris

    Excellent point Moggie, anyone know any reporters at the WashPost who can investigate if Mr Klayman has rented potties or contracted to have first aid available? And can they find out if its too late to rent a vendor’s tent at this revolution, I want to sell beer and ammo.

  • bushrat

    Shouldn’t that Y in Klayman be a N instead?

  • Donnie

    Anyone care for me to go out take and post pictures of this huge, historic ,revolutionary party (isn’t that communistic sounding)? I am sure that, with such a large gathering, I will be asked to work-from-home like when the IMF meets for its global meetings. Our offices get all of the security warnings when large gatherings / protests occur around the White House.

    Maybe the security email is stuck in my Junk mailbox as spam?

  • dugglebogey

    He doesn’t have his declaration written yet, but he wants people to join him?

    Get your fucking paperwork done first you loser. What kind of bullshit is that?

    What kind of person would join a movement based on hatred that hasn’t stated its problems yet? A racist person would? Well whadaya know?

  • abb3w

    I wonder if the number of journalists (including camera operators and other support staff) covering the gathering will outnumber the number of Klayman’s attending supporters.

  • Moggie

    dugglebogey:

    He doesn’t have his declaration written yet, but he wants people to join him?

    Let me get my megaphone!

    What do we want?

    Certain concessions yet to be determined!

    When do we want it?

    Let me get back to you on that!

  • noe1951

    Thank you Oltrane #2. I was thinking the same thing. And is it a bad thing that my first objection to Klayman was for his language usage – have I grown so tired of his bullshit?

  • freehand

    abb3w: I wonder if the number of journalists (including camera operators and other support staff) covering the gathering will outnumber the number of Klayman’s attending supporters.

    I’ll wager even money that it’s at least a 2:1 ratio of stenographers & photographers to Klayman supporters.

    A higher ratio would require the promise of a more interesting event.

  • http://polrant@blogspot.com democommie

    “Larry Klayman Thinks He’s Going to Succeed”

    I’d say that you’re about half-right, Lar, ol’ buddy. You’re definitely gonna suck.

  • Friendly

    @Modusoperandi #14:

    “And I would’ve gotten away with it, too, if it hadn’t been for you meddling kids other old white guys!”

  • meg

    @jnorris – that’s an idea. Let’s organise food and drink stands*, and then sue him for breach of promise** when the ‘millions’ don’t turn up.

    *I know a guy who does great gozleme – think it will go down well?

    **I’m not a lawyer, so it may well be this is not the actual legal term. But unlike Larry, I can acknowledge that fact.

  • dan4

    @1: Not in Klayman’s case, since he makes clear he’s talking about a “revolution” only in the figurative sense (the “non-violent” part of “non-violent revolution”).