It’s getting down to the wire for Obama

It’s getting down to the wire for Obama October 13, 2016

All the monstrous things conservatives have prophesied he was going to do for the past eight years only have a few months to get implemented as “Obama frantically working to confiscate guns, institute Sharia, and turn military against its own citizens“:

With less than four months left in office, the President is working frantically to actualize other plans that he had previously had sitting on the shelf. Those include finally getting around to building those FEMA concentration camps, recalibrating the weather machine he used to cause Hurricane Katrina, and replacing as many judges as possible with members of ISIS well-versed in Sharia law.

“I just need a little more time,” Obama told reporters. “Once I transfer my consciousness to the Clinton-bot, maybe I can finish calibrating the Jew Media to turn everyone gay.”

And, of course, signing the Freedom of Choice Act, bringing gas to $6 (or $10) a gallon, crashing the Stock Market, bring the unemployment rate to a permanent 8%, and causing the entire US economy to collapse.

Dinesh D’Souza, the adulterous Boy Who Cried Wolf in the false prophecy called 2016: Obama’s America foretold all this to a salivating audience of credulous sucker while he was betraying his wife.  Now, of course, relying on the fact that the fathomless pride of his audience means never having to admit error, D’Souza is back, leading the Boys Who Cry Wolf with more dire prophecies of the horrors that await us in Hillary’s America.

So wrong about so much so many times for so long, and yet immovably certain that they are infallible prophets.  American conservatives are a massive laboratory for studying the Dunning-Kruger Effect.

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