Erik Rush: Obama killed Keith Ratliff.

On January 3, police found youtube gun enthusiast Keith Ratliff shot in the head in his home.  The police don’t know what happened yet, but WND columnist Erik Rush has blown the case wide open.

Although I have no proof, my inclination is to suspect that the Obama administration or one of its surrogates is responsible for Ratliff’s death, the first of many such executions that will take place in order to silence individuals whom the government deems a threat to their oligarchical collectivist agenda.

Who but a conservative could start an assertion with “I have no proof, but…” and still expect you to treat their opinion as credible?

About JT Eberhard

When not defending the planet from inevitable apocalypse at the rotting hands of the undead, JT is a writer and public speaker about atheism, gay rights, and more. He spent two and a half years with the Secular Student Alliance as their first high school organizer. During that time he built the SSA’s high school program and oversaw the development of groups nationwide. JT is also the co-founder of the popular Skepticon conference and served as the events lead organizer during its first three years.

  • Godless Teen

    It’s obviously all a part of Obama’s plan to turn America into a communist nation of Muslim radicals trying to annihilate Christianity by allying with the atheists.

    • Adam

      I wouldn’t be surprised if this was serious. It sounds like something Rush Limbaugh would say.

      • Artor

        I think that’s an almost verbatim line from Michelle Bachmann.

    • Winston

      What we know is that Obama has targeted American citizens for execution.

      And the stinking Patriot Act allows him to do it.

      • Wolf9walker

        and who created “the Patriot Act” in the 1st place?

        • James

          Stupid thing to say. Bush created it, but Obama renewed it.

  • johnnykaje

    Maybe a sociopathic criminal mastermind got sick of gun nuts bragging about how nothing bad will ever happen to them because GUNS, and found a prominent one and killed him just to show he could.

    Conspiracy theories are FUN!

  • Glodson

    Given the only overlap of Christains and conservatism, no proof for an assertion is a given.

  • Randomfactor

    He was killed by the NRA because he was going to turn over his secret membership list to the government in exchange for amnesty. That list is being shopped to the ATF for one of them trillion-dollar coins.

  • anatman

    “Who but a conservative could start an assertion with “I have no proof, but…” and still expect you to treat their opinion as credible?”
    any religious or “spiritual” leader ever no matter what their politics.

    • cag

      No religious or “spiritual” leader would ever make the claim that they had no proof. After all, their words come directly from god. They just utter the lie as if it were undisputed fact.

  • Zinc Avenger (Sarcasm Tags 3.0 Compliant)

    He was about to finally blow the lid off the closely guarded secret that it is guns killing people.

    • RowanVT

      And then the gun killed him!

  • Avicenna

    I don’t have any proof, but everyone knows who killed him…

    • Glodson

      Bullshit! It was Erik Rush that killed him to frame Obama to protect our guns!

  • Observer

    Oligarchical collectivists? On what planet does that make any sense?

  • Wolf9walker

    You people better pray that obama turns America into a muslim country, because if he doesn’t those who said “if obama becomes pres. He will turn this country into a muslim country” and “if obama gets a 2nd term he will turn this it into a muslim country”

    Because if he doesn’t anyone who said that will look like the biggest (you know what) on the planet. And FYI I’m a Christian so I don’t want to live in that country.

    • Amyc

      Are you saying people on this blog said Obama would turn the country into a Muslim country? Or are you just making a general statement?

  • John Horstman

    Who but a conservative could start an assertion with “I have no proof, but…” and still expect you to treat their opinion as credible?

    Me, when I’m arguing in bad faith, primarily on the basis of appeals to my own unsupported authority. Evidence is for scientists or people with smartphones for which support by their carriers wasn’t dropped shortly after release as Android quickly took over the not-iPhone smartphone market share. :-)