Rush Demands Violent Revolution

Erik Rush, the deranged wingnut who thinks America suffers from an excess of “negrophilia,” is now openly calling for violent revolution and the removal of President Obama and many members of Congress “by any means necessary.” Because communists, pedophiles, rapists, blah blah blah.

This administration, much of the Congress, and the creatures who support the same in blissful, belligerent ignorance must be neutralized if this nation is to survive in any semblance of its intended form. And it must be done by any means necessary, because such criminals have proven that they are not dissuaded by trifles like legality. The law, in our President’s estimation, is what he says it is. This has been proven time and again.

So Obama and his cabal, and in all likelihood a substantial segment of Congress must go. We must also extricate the radicals and Islamists whom Obama has so kindly insinuated into high places in our government. And the culture of our government must change. Indeed, it will take some time and sacrifice, but America has never faced a threat such as this. In truth, I don’t think any nation has.

As for those who remain dedicated to fighting for the legacy of our precious First Black President and all that the left holds dear for reasons of ideology or ignorance, all I can say is that America has suffered casualties due to internal conflict before. If you’re going to ally with liars, slanderers, oppressors, deviants, thieves, wife-beaters, murderers, and pedophile rapists, don’t plan to be remembered as having been on the right side of history.

Well, if there’s one thing Rush knows, it’s being on the wrong side of history. I think you should lead the charge, Erik. March up to the White House with guns blazing and demand that Obama resign. Let us know how that turns out.

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  • mithandir

    Considering the sad news of yesterday, his call for violent revolution against the first black president of a country is about as ill-timed as possible (yeah I know he published it before Mandela died, the juxtaposition is still there).

  • greg1466

    America has never faced a threat such as this

    I beg to differ. America has been under attack from ultra-conservative theocrats since its inception.

  • caseloweraz

    E-Rush: Indeed, it will take some time and sacrifice, but America has never faced a threat such as this. In truth, I don’t think any nation has.

    Uh — just hold on a minute there…

    In truth, I don’t think.

    FTFY

  • Moggie

    Ah, American exceptionalism. Not only must America be better than everywhere else, it must also be worse than everywhere else ever. All those other places with dictators and genocide and gulags and famine? Pfft! That’s nothing compared to the tyranny of affordable healthcare and gays getting married.

  • Chiroptera

    The law, in our President’s estimation, is what he says it is.

    Wow! That’s some major projection right there.

  • John Pieret

    [Ding Dong]

    Secret Service calling!

  • jnorris

    At least Mr Rush is up front with his bigotry.

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

    Is it sedition NOW? Free speech or not, it is a very serious crime to foment the overthrow of the government. Why the bloody hell isn’t the government doing anything?

  • magistramarla

    Gregory,

    I would think that the Secret Service is keeping an eye on him. However, I’m more concerned about his followers out there who might be inspired by this to act.

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

    @magistramarla – ” I’m more concerned about his followers out there who might be inspired by this to act.”

    My point exactly.

  • Subtract Hominem, a product of Nauseam

    If you’re going to ally with liars, slanderers, oppressors, deviants, thieves, wife-beaters, murderers, and pedophile rapists, don’t plan to be remembered as having been on the right side of history.

    Well, at least he can admit he’s on the wrong side of history.

  • Dave Maier

    Re: sedition: it’s funny how the *content* of this and other rants is “we’re in great danger from these very dangerous bad guys, so we need to use desperate measures before they round us all up, as they are about to do at any time, what with the black helicopters and all” but the *tone* is “hey guys, watch me make these totally outrageous threats and those hippie p*ssies will just sit there and take it — cause they know if they say anything I’ll just glare at em and they’ll wet their pants in fear! Ha ha!” Ah, middle school — takes me back, it does.

    Also, while reading the post I was composing a comment like #4, but Moggie got there first (well done too).

  • Loqi

    When he says no nation has ever faced a threat like this, is he including all the nations he believes were completely exterminated by the flood? If he thinks that the ACA is worse than drowning, perhaps he should stick his head in a bucket of water and take a deep breath.

  • raven

    I’m sure that DHS is keeping a close eye on Rush these days.

    IIRC, calling for the violent overthrow of the USA is illegal or was anyway.

    Ironically, things have been going better than OK as Obama cleans up the Bush Catastrophe. The stock markets have been hitting records for months, unemployment is down to 7%, housing is recovering nicely, corporate profits are way up, the war in Iraq is over, Afganistan is winding down, we won a brushfire war in Libya. Even the deficit has been cut in half and is heading downwards.

    You can just see the GOP/Tea Party slobbering to get in there and wreck the country again. Bush managed to end our long nightmare of peace and prosperity under Clinton. And then Obama went and spoiled it.

  • gorgias

    Please, Rush will never be the one to start this uprising he keeps talking about. Erik Rush, Brian Fischer, Larry Klayman, all of them are just a bunch of goddamn chickenhawks who are hoping someone else will start it for them. And as soon as some halfwit is stupid enough to try it, they’ll back down again, insisting that they’ve only called for a “peaceful” uprising, while still repeating the same rhetoric as before.

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

    dissuaded by trifles

    Dibs on band name!

  • http://timgueguen.blogspot.com timgueguen

    Rush might want to rethink his call for revolution. The kind of cranks it’s most likely to appeal to likely don’t think much of black folks. At best he’d probably end up being “put in his proper place,” such as janitor, after the revolution.

  • Evan Brehm

    I don’t understand why Fox News is giving this guy at platform to speak on. He’s an unhinged lunatic who makes conservatives look batshit crazy, and I don’t know why Fox News thinks mainstreaming a fringe nutball like Erik Rush is going to help them.

  • coffeehound

    The law, in our President’s estimation, is what he says it is.

    Dick Cheney, anyone?

  • Michael Heath

    Evan Brehm

    I don’t understand why Fox News is giving this guy at platform to speak on. He’s an unhinged lunatic who makes conservatives look batshit crazy, and I don’t know why Fox News thinks mainstreaming a fringe nutball like Erik Rush is going to help them.

    I can think of two reasons.

    The first is that conservatives energetically deny the fact they’re racist fucks while simultaneously expressing and promoting racism. This includes Fox News, whose racism far surpasses even Rush Limbaugh’s. Their increased embrace of Erik Rush is analogous to their loyalty to Clarence Thomas. Rush provides them with the appearance of [anecdotal] plausible deniability, although with a wink since they don’t want to be to covert.

    Secondly, Fox News needs to find characters to take them down to the next level. To maintain the drama they need to amp up the craziness; analogous to a drug addict who needs an ever-higher dosage while never getting quite the buzz they enjoyed early-on. This is what Sarah Palin provided relative to say, Dick Cheney. Erik Rush is a natural successor to Ms. Palin.

  • Ichthyic

    Is it sedition NOW?

    I’m sure if the US gov took this clown seriously, they’d think about charging him.

    that they haven’t, and won’t, should say volumes.