Dave Blount #conspiracy moonbattery.com

Obama is using every available tactic in his war on America — including biological warfare:

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Remember tuberculosis? The deadly disease that brought down Doc Holliday was almost totally eradicated in this country. It’s back, courtesy of Hope & Change:

[He then cites an article from another website]

Now that TB is returning to America, it will be worse than ever, since we no longer have resistance. No doubt this will be seen as social justice by the liberals who put Obama in power. It was lack of resistance to diseases brought by European immigrants that drastically reduced the Indian population in North America.

Even tuberculosis may not be the worst of what Obama has unleashed via the undefended border.

Because the Regime has been quickly distributing the invaders throughout the country before America’s defenders can get the political leverage to deport them, the exotic diseases they bring with them might turn up anywhere. Colorado, for example:

[He then speak about a case of pneumonic plague in Colorado]

Maybe this has nothing to do with the invasion. But no government that wished the people under it well would take chances with lethal infectious diseases.

If plague isn’t horrific enough, how about the Ebola virus?

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We would have been better off being conquered by the imperial Japanese than letting leftists like Obama destroy the country from within. Eventually we would have cast off Japanese overlords. But Obama’s army of disease-carrying Third World welfare colonists is here to stay. It is intended to permanently displace us, just as our forefathers displaced the Indians. The “fundamental transformation” of America means its eradication. That is the ideology of political correctness taken to its unavoidable conclusion.

[Bolding and bracketing mine]

Confused?

So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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