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‘Hannity’ regular Erik Rush: Obama administration planning to murder its critics

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Right-wing radio host and columnist Erik Rush said on Thursday in a column for World Net Daily that President Barack Obama is intimidating and silencing his critics and will ultimately kill them to get what he wants.

According to Right Wing Watch, Rush laid out his vision of Obama’s takeover plan in lurid detail. The Obama administration, he wrote, is resorting to a systematic campaign of “disinformation, intimidation, sabotage and even murder” to facilitate its vision of a Nazi-Communist-Islamic totalitarian state.

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“We are in the midst of a takeover of the country and the dismantling of our constitutional republic,” wrote Rush. “Fellow Americans and patriots, it is time to consider all of our options, and put a stop to this, as well as the political culture that allowed us to get to this point.”

The Obama administration, he contended, has launched an all-out assault on conservative groups in order to bring about a Nazi Germany-like authoritarian state that worships Islam but also practices socialism.

“In addition to the parties targeted for bureaucratic harassment, patriot groups themselves have been infiltrated and sabotaged,” he said, but declined to give specific examples. “Individuals have had their websites hacked, been harassed by law enforcement and federal agencies, illegally searched and their property seized, had their vehicles tampered with and property destroyed. They’ve endured illegal electronic surveillance, stalking and had false criminal complaints filed against them.”

The Obama government, he said, is deeply complicit in international crimes which “have their roots in Hitler’s Germany, wealth stolen by the Nazis during World War II and the long-held anti-Semitism of Islamists who actually worked with Hitler, as well as their protégés who are active today in international politics, government and finance.”

Indeed, he said, the U.S. government is attempting to “disrupt the communication and activities of their enemies — in this case, law-abiding American citizens.”

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The brutal, bloody-handed Obama regime, he said, is taking the steps that Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin did in their ascent to power and will ultimately kill its critics to silence them.

“Prior to and during World War II, Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Party employed the same sorts of tactics — although the technology was different — to silence the opposition,” he wrote. “It is a matter of historical fact that disinformation, intimidation, sabotage and even murder have been widely employed by ascendant modern socialist and communist regimes.”

“The plans of this regime,” he darkly warned, “are so malevolent that most Americans in their comfort and distraction cannot even conceptualize what lies ahead.”

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Earlier this year, Rush called for a military coup against President Obama since a move to impeach him would never get stalled out in Congressional gridlock.

“There is the possibility that certain military personnel might lend their support to an effort by Congress to remove the president through methods other than impeachment,” he mused.

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In the past, Rush has claimed that South Africans were better off under apartheid and that U.S. whites should be wary of reports of hate crime attacks against nonwhites while Obama is in power.

The administration, he said, may be using false flag attacks to inflame racial tensions and potentially disenfranchise white people.

“Should some high profile, highly unpleasant race-related incident occur in the near future,” he said, “it wouldn’t be the first time such a thing happened at a juncture that proved to be advantageous to the administration.”

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