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Columnist: Obama Wants Ebola Outbreak To Cancel 2016 Election

Columnist Mychal Massie has penned a new piece for ultra-right-wing “news” site WorldNetDaily, warning that President Obama is placing the country in “eminent peril” to “destroy America” and cancel the upcoming elections.

“How many more opportunities to we give Obama to destroy America?” Massie asks. “Are we going to allow Karl Rove, John Boehner, et al., who are working in concert with Obama, to turn America into a nation of disease-ridden people?”

Alright, so already we are to assume that Karl Rove is in cahoots with Obama. This is going to be good.

“We are being placed in eminent peril by disease-carrying illegal aliens flooding our shores,” Massie claims. “These illegal aliens are not the rich and learned. They are the dregs of their countries of origin. I’ve been to Third World countries… I can tell you that the poor and illiterate in those countries live in a way that is antithetical to any reasonable form of hygiene.”

Yeah, these aren’t the “rich and learned” immigrants that apparently came to America in eras past. Give us your rich and learned masses, or whatever’s written on the Statute of Liberty. Not these “wash in a river because their countries lack basic infrastructure” schlubs.

“Obama has knowingly placed America in harm’s way,” Massie continues. “I do not believe it was empty rhetoric when Dr. Ben Carson told Fox News host Chris Wallace that ‘there might not be elections in 2016.’ Carson did not specifically mention a pandemic of disease as the reason for same, stating instead the possibility of economic disaster and ISIS. I say, what could be more economically devastating than a disease pandemic and martial law to prevent on run on banks and allow government-controlled media blackouts?”

Looks like somebody is living in their own personal Tom Clancy novel.

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Igor Derysh is the Managing Editor of Latest. com and a syndicated columnist whose work has appeared in The Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Boston Herald, Baltimore Sun, and Orlando Sun Sentinel, and AOL News. His work has been criticized in even more publications. Follow him on Twitter @IgorDerysh