Poor, Oppressed Michael Savage

Right wing radio talk show host Michael Savage, who is so out of touch with reality that he couldn’t see it from Sarah Palin’s porch, thinks he’s the victim of a conspiracy. You see, the media is ignoring his latest book full of bizarre conspiracies and inane predictions and they won’t interview him to help promote it. But the Worldnetdaily is using that empty claim of “suppression” to promote it because they’re selling the book and they know their target audience loves nothing more than to feel persecuted.

Published Tuesday, it already is going through a fifth printing, sits near the top of the Internet sales lists and will debut on the New York Times list next week; but even amid widespread acknowledgement that the nation is unraveling, nobody in establishment media seems interested in talking about a book called “Stop the Coming Civil War”.

Talk-radio host Michael Savage’s new title, as WND reported earlier this week, makes a referenced, chapter-by-chapter case that Obama is deliberately dividing America to transform it into a socialist nation. Pointing to the midterm elections Nov. 4, he warns Americans they have less than a month to save the nation from Obama’s destructive agenda.

Savage said in an interview with WND Friday morning that “one of the top people in the media” told him he’s “never seen a blackout like this in his entire life.”

“He said they have terrorists on (for interviews), headcutters, pimps, prostitutes, thieves of every kind, the most extreme lowlife, authors of B and C books – they’re clamoring for them, but you are blacked out,” Savage recounted. “He said he’s never seen anything like it. It’s astonishing.”

Well that’s proof, isn’t it? A guy trying to sell a book about a massive conspiracy says a totally anonymous person told him that there’s a conspiracy against his book of conspiracies. I bet the Illuminati is behind the whole thing.

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  • sugarfrosted

    It’s the Jewish Muslim conspiracy, obviously.

  • John Pieret

    the most extreme lowlife

    Savage may have a point. He definitely falls in that category.

  • caseloweraz

    …but even amid widespread acknowledgement that the nation is unraveling, nobody in establishment media seems interested in talking about a book called “Stop the Coming Civil War”.

    To quote the alien in Plan 9 from Outer Space, “You see? You see? Your stupid minds…”

  • freehand

    Must be disappointing to be so outlandish and still be considered boring.

  • scienceavenger

    I believe the Celestine Prophecy was a #1 best seller too.

  • Kevin Kehres

    Fuck me, I’ve gotta start writing an unhinged rant against Obama. Best seller? I’m definitely in the wrong racket.

    Although that does present a question of ethics. Does one write an unhinged rant against Obama, become a best-selling author, get oodles of cash, and then denounce the whole thing as a Poe? Or does one just continue to write unhinged rants against Obama (and/or Hillary Clinton) and hope no one finds out? How many oodles of cash does one need these days?

  • cry4turtles

    His load of nonsense is going to debut on the NYT best-selling list!!!??? Now I’m pissed. My book, about real life shit isn’t good enough? I’m with Kevin. Just make up a bullshit rant against someone in power and voila! Dumbshit editors on New York will fawn.

  • http://www.facebook.com/yongbin99 Eric Johnson

    “so out of touch with reality that he couldn’t see it from Sarah Palin’s porch”…

    I’m totally stealing this.

  • Michael Heath

    If Michael Savage wants to start a civil war, I suggest he target a young un-cowardly demographic. That rather than inciting a bunch of white cowardly retirees living off Social Security and Medicare. They make for scary voters, but his current fans aren’t all that scary when it comes to their threats of treason.

  • vmanis1

    The only way a book published that recently can be going through its fifth printing is if it’s Print-On-Demand, one copy at a time.

  • garnetstar

    What does he mean by “headcutters”? What’s a headcutter? If he means those ISIS murderes, I haven’t seen them interviewed on the news.

    He’s put his finger right on it that the media are “not interested” in his book. They are, in fact, deeply bored.

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

    Oddly, if you use his books in an attempt to treat a wobbly desk, they only make it more wobbly.

  • grumpyoldfart

    Obviously the conspiracy against the book hasn’t worked:

    #2 at Barnes & Nobles

    #14 at Amazon

    5th printing in less than a week.

  • anachronistes

    @12: Modus, that’s comedy gold!

  • magistramarla

    grumpyoldfart,

    Wow. It seems scary that people who shop at Barnes & Noble are actually buying this.

    Could it be that many of those copies that are being sold are people buying them simply for the comedy?

    The cynic in me says that no, people really are that dumb.

  • caseloweraz

    My guess is that large quantities are going to rworgns like Humanevents, to be used as membership incentives.

  • http://www.pandasthumb.org Area Man

    “He said they have terrorists on (for interviews), headcutters, pimps, prostitutes, thieves of every kind, the most extreme lowlife, authors of B and C books – they’re clamoring for them, but you are blacked out,” Savage recounted.

    Well, they do have standards.

  • Pierce R. Butler

    … who is so out of touch with reality that he couldn’t see it from Sarah Palin’s porch…

    Name anyone who could. You can’t get here from there.

  • lorn

    I sometimes go to an indoor shooting range that collects discarded books from the dumpsters at local bookstores, typically the covers are removed to legally allow disposal and still get credit from the publisher. They use them as backstops to save wear and tear on the much more expensive main ballistic barrier. A couple of inches stop most pistol rounds and less than a foot of pages from a hardback will stop anything you can comfortably shoot. It takes a little more if you are using paperbacks. The pulpwood paper has lower tensile strength.

    Over time I’ve seen all the popular right-wing books and enjoyed blasting them. I’m looking forward to shooting Michael Savage’s contribution to literary incompetence.