The search is over! America’s nuttiest Obamaphobe has been found!


How’s THIS for wackiness?

The totally-not-delusional Larry Klayman [above] has finally set a date for his proposed uprising to remove President Obama from office: November 19. The Judicial Watch founder writes today that protesters will “descend on Washington, D.C., en masse, and demand that he leave town and resign from office if he does not want to face prison time” for pushing “his Muslim, socialist, anti-Semitic, anti-Christian, anti-white, pro-illegal immigrant, pro-radical gay and lesbian agenda.”

Klayman, who has repeatedly called for a revolution, claims that demonstrations will use the same tactics as Mahatma Gandhi and Egyptian protesters to “shut the city down, by blocking roads and massing in front of the White House” and “bringing the victims of his reign of terror” to Lafayette Park.

He contends that Obama is even worse than King George III: “King George III may have been a greedy ‘control freak,’ but at least he was a Christian. The United States is being run by a Muslim bent on furthering an Islamic caliphate who seeks to destroy our spirituality and the body politic of our Judeo-Christian roots.”

“Let us now walk in their footsteps and march into to Washington, D.C., this November 19th, and rid the nation of the criminal who lurks in our White House.”



  1. Craig Knauss

    Even scarier is the fact this piece of … is probably allowed to carry a gun.

  2. Steverino

    In the old days people like this were committed to a sanatorium.

  3. Rembrandt Q. Einstein

    It gets loonier. Klayman was a “prosecutor” in a “citizens grand jury” court in which the President was convicted of two crimes and sentenced to 10 years in prison.


    This fellow makes Orly Taitz appear sane and rational.

  4. I think Klayman is misspelling his own surname. It should be “Klansman.”

  5. Craig Knauss

    Remember folks, Hitler started out as a “nut” as well. People like this have to be watched.

    I wonder if Klayman knows the definition of “treason”. His rants are pushing the limits of free speech.

  6. Ironically, Klayman appears to be wanting to invoke the same tactics used by the Occupy Wall Street vandals.

  7. Craig Knauss


    Don’t you mean the armed and belligerent “take back our country” Tea Party thugs?

  8. Craig – No, I don’t. Klayman clearly stated he wanted to “shut the city down.” The Tea Party has NEVER stated that as a goal, and never acted as such in any demonstration. It is the Occupy Wall Street freakazoids who have repeatedly tried to disrupt commerce by blocking bridges and ports.

  9. Craig Knauss


    You obviously haven’t seen the Tea Party types out here where I live. The statement about “armed and belligerent “take back our country” Tea Party thugs” was NOT a exaggeration. Klayman would fit right in with them. Don’t forget, the Neo-nazis want to build a compound just over the border in Couer d’ Alene, ID. And we have our fair share of white supremacists also.

  10. Craig – It is one thing for absurd talk, and actually carrying through with real actions. With the Tea Party, it’s all been absurd talk, with the Occupy freaks, it’s been real destructive behavior that has resulted in arrests, disruption of commerce, and considerable cost to taxpayers.

  11. Craig Knauss

    Yeah, nef, OWS were real hardcore criminals. Read the link. Most of the arrests were for not having the appropriate permits and obstructing traffic. Big deal.


    Years ago, when the Pope spoke in Grant Park in Chicago there was disruption of commerce and considerable cost to taxpayers as well. Why wasn’t anyone arrested for that? Was it because the Diocese had permits – and clout?

  12. I checked out your link neftali. First one I looked up was the Madison masturbation story. No one was ever arrested. The hotel owner said it happened resulting in a permit being pulled and the protest being moved from in front of his hotel. Who knows what happen but safe to say things worked out pretty well for the hotel owner.

    Next link I looked at was the rape in Cleveland. Again no arrest was ever made. Again who knows what happen. I would suggest any 19 year old ladies attending future protest to not share a tent with some guy they don’t know. Now I’m not saying the lady lied but if I was raped I would actually call the police. There is this thing called evidence and waiting till you return to school before mentioning a rape seems kind of dumb. Then again she claims she shared a tent with a man she had never meet so she probably wasn’t all to bright.

    I’m sure the occupy folks did some bad stuff. Maybe in the future you can provide us with some stories of cases where people were actually arrested and convicted. It is pretty easy for some con supporter to sleep in a tent and then make a rape claim to smear a movement. Just as easy for a hotle owner to make masturbation claims if it helps get the people removed from the front of his business. Hate to see you fooled by such a tactic.

    Personally I hope these folks try to take dc. Be nice to see a youtube video of cops actually beating and tazing people that had it coming. I’m bored with the videos of 6 cops beating and tazing some random yahoo because he had the gall to walk outside while being black.

  13. I just can’t help myself. The first story talks about the 700 protesters arrested on the Brooklyn bridge. Did you know that was also the number of tea party protesters arrested on the same bridge? Of course the tea party folks didn’t effect business or travel when they did their little protest. Lol

  14. Ok check that last comment. Not sure what i was looking at. Seemed odd that both stories had 700 arrest. I should of known better. Sorry.

  15. Joe – If you would bother to actually read all of the headlines, you will see dozens of different stories of arrests that were made. Tracking every one of the stories to see if there was a conviction would be an incredibly cumbersome and time consuming task. I certainty don’t have the time for that.

    But that all misses the point anyway, which is that the Occupy Wall Street freakzoids did in fact cause hundreds of arrests in dozens of cities. In several cities there was significant property damage, purposely disruption to private commerce, and sometimes hundreds of thousands of dollars of cost to taxpayers. On the other hand, there has been almost zero instances of any of that stuff from the Tea Party crowd.

  16. Neftail are you aware of the tea party guy in San Diego that was arrested for rape? He was one of the leaders. Of course in the end all charges were dropped. It would be very easy for me to post about this mans arrest and make a claim it is to cumbersome to follow up on this arrest. But that isn’t the right thing to do.

    I would also shy away from saying there has been zero problems with these tea party folks. Lets not forget the two tea bagger and kkk members that were arrested trying to build that radiation weapon.

    Both sides have issues.

  17. Craig Knauss


    If your sources are ultra-rightwing OPINION sites like breitbart, then you don’t have much credibility. What are you going to reference next? The Nazis? The Klan? Perhaps Eric Rudolf?

    Your link explains where you’ve been getting some of your whacked out crap. Maybe you should try some legitimate sources that are subject to peer review. Wikipedia is subject to peer review. Breitbart isn’t. I bet you didn’t even read the Wikipedia piece. If you had, you would have seen that the OWS people had complained to the police about criminal activity and nothing was done. Your “source” ignores that fact that outsiders were infiltrating and committing crimes of opportunity.

  18. Craig – You usually post common sense stuff, but your above comment is completely idiotic.

    1. Go to the breitbart site I linked to above.

    2. For every single once of those instances, there is a reference link to the major media site that carried the story. For example, for the instances that occurred in Boston, they link to myfoxBoston.com, in other cities they cite the Sacramento Bee, Reuters, or the Miami Herald.

    These stories are NOT made up. There is not an OUNCE of personal commentary or opinion. It is simply straight up references to real life incidents that occurred. It is very much reality. Perhaps in some case it was a few outsiders. But there is absolutely NO WAY each one of those incidents came from outsiders. The simple fact is that violence, chaos, destruction, and commerce disruption was frequently a part of Occupy rallies, while in Tea Party rallies there was almost zero instances.

    Just because it comes from a right wing site, it does not mean that the data is false. I’ve referenced articles from HuffingtonPost, Talking Points Memo, Daily Kos, and other left wing sites because of the facts presented. But those sites didn’t present the facts of the Occupy demonstrations.

    The world is not black and white, Craig. One side is not always right. I’ll readily admit I see more right wingers spreading disinformation than left wingers, but that doesn’t mean that left wingers don’t do the same thing, and it also means that sometimes right wing articles are correct.

    In the case of the lengthy list of Occupy freakazoids causing mayhem, I’ll admit it’s often just a case of a couple of bad apples in an otherwise well-intended group. In other cases, it really is an entire mob of Occupy freaks causing destruction, which NEVER happened at a Tea Party rally.

  19. Craig Knauss


    Tell us just what the OWS people were charged with. How many were charged with felonies? And, as the link I posted stated, when the OWS people reported felonies, such as rape, nothing was done.

    As for “interfering with commerce” or “blocking traffic”, have you ever seen Chicago’s St. Patrick’s Day parade? It’s NOT held on weekends. I watched it for years and much of the Loop is incapacitated when it occurs. And yet, nobody is charged with interfering with commerce or traffic. The same applied to the Pope’s mass in Grant Park. Attendance was estimated at about one million. Everything near Grant Park was blocked off. And yet, nobody was charged with interfering with commerce or traffic. And those events cost the taxpayers some good bucks for police, sanitation, etc.

    I Googled for OWS crimes. The most reliable site I got is what I posted. The rest were almost all hothead opinion sites. And, if you noticed, at the bottom of the Wikipedia article is a list of 191 references, including some far-right sources.

    So, NO. My comment is not idiotic. Not even close to it.

  20. Yes, it is idiotic. You think its a conspiracy when the truth and evidence is right in front of you and you refuse to believe it.

    As for the events you mentioned, they all obtained permits. The occupy freaks almost never did.

    Pick another battle, Craig. You’ve lost this one.

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