Citing the sparsely attended Muslim demonstration in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 11, 2013, as a declaration of victory over Judeo-Christian values, Klayman called on “people of faith and all true patriots” to march on the nation’s capital.
The conservative activist said citizen grand juries were in the process of convicting Obama on eligibility fraud charges, which he said the court system was unwilling to do for political reasons.
After this conviction is secured, Klayman wrote, millions of Americans should gather around Washington’s “national treasures” to “cleanse the nation of the half-Muslim, anti-white, socialist fraud in the White House before the nation goes under for the final count.”
“Mr. President (to use the term loosely),” Klayman wrote, “put the Quran down, get up off your knees and come out with your hands up!”
Klayman argued that Americans had the right to enforce a citizen grand jury’s conviction, but he warned that the president was unlikely to relinquish his office voluntarily.
“His arrogance and disrespect for American law – just look at how his attorney general has flouted it – and his apparent allegiance to Shariah law make this more than unlikely, to put it mildly,” Klayman wrote.
Klayman, who has previously called on Americans to undertake a “Second American Revolution” or a military coup to remove Obama from office, notes in the column’s last sentence that he does not advocate violence.
“But it is time we show Obama that we mean business,” Klayman wrote. “He would be well advised to ride off into his Islamic sunset, link up with 72 virgins and party on at his expense – not ours!”
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