Retired Gen. Thomas McInerney, who is a paid Fox News contributor, went on Rick Wiles’ soon-to-end radio along with fellow retired Gen. Paul Vallely and declared that it is “now the time” for a revolution to overthrow President Obama because he’s turning America into a “socialistic, communistic society.”
Wiles claimed that “Barack Obama is a communist” and “an enemy of the United States who is going to bring about destruction of the republic,” adding that the president is an “enemy of the nation, a domestic enemy in power, in the White House, who is orchestrating the destruction of our nation.” He also floated the possibility of a military coup against the president: “You’ve alluded to a constitutional crisis, but at what point do military commanders say enough is enough?”
McInerney warned that a “major incident or an attack” will cause a revolution against Obama once people realize he is “executing a very carefully orchestrated plan on how to change America, ‘transform America’ in his words, in a way that brings us to a socialistic, communistic society of redistributing wealth, etc., cutting our growth down, bringing in large amounts of immigrants that really want to live on the U.S. government and our education, etc.”
“We have a crisis not only in our economy and in our national security, but also in the demographics that is being changed at such a dramatic pace that we have not previously seen in our history,” he said. “To answer your question, when do people come up and say ‘enough is enough,’ that’s a very good question but I think this coming 9/11 is going to demonstrate, is now the time.”
McInerney also agreed with Wiles that the U.S. has “switched sides, we are helping Al Qaeda, we are helping ISIS” in a move akin to the U.S. “switching sides to the Japanese and the Nazis” during World War II.
Yes, of course, which is why the military has launched almost 150 bombing raids against ISIS in the last few weeks, along with killing most of the senior leadership of Al Qaeda with drone strikes. Because Obama is on their side. This is the problem with conspiracy theories, facts are completely irrelevant to those who hold them.