U.S. Generals Thomas McInerney and Paul Vallely (Ret.) recently claimed that President Obama switched sides and is helping terrorist groups in a wild plot to destroy the U.S.
According to RightWingWatch.org, during an interview with “Trunews” last week (audio below), McInerney claimed that President Obama is “executing a very carefully orchestrated plan on how to change America, ‘transform America’ in his words, in a way that brings us to a socialistic, communistic society of redistributing wealth, etc., cutting our growth down, bringing in large amounts of immigrants that really want to live on the U.S. government and our education, etc.”
McInerney, who works for Fox News, failed to provide any proof of his "socialistic, communistic society" claims, nor did he mention that the stock market recently hit record levels recently under the supposed "communistic society" of President Obama, noted Bloomberg News.
McInerney also didn't mention that he was paid by the pentagon under President Bush to beat the drums for the Iraq war on Fox News, noted The New York Times.
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McInerney claimed (audio below) of the Obama administration: "We did switch sides, weapons went from Benghazi to ISIS and Syria through Turkey. We’re reaching a crisis in this Republic.”
McInerney also stated (audio below) that President Obama was “aiding and abetting the enemy.”
In that same clip, Vallely claimed “divine intervention” or a “cataclysmic event” is needed to cause the American people to up against Obama’s “tyrannical government” and demand the democratically-elected president resign.
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Vallely, a Fox News analyst from 2001 to 2007, was also paid by the Bush administration to sell the Iraq war. In 2003, he told Fox News, "You can’t believe the progress" and predicted the insurgency would be “down to a few numbers” in just months, noted The New York Times.