Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Barack Obama is Gay

Indeed. What other conclusion could you reach when your sources are a noted scam artist and a notorious tabloid in which articles about unfounded and literally insane conspiracy theories are the norm?

Dean Chambers - best known for a site called UnSkewed Polls where he attempted to "unbias" pollsters during the 2012 presidential election by balancing it with his own clear biases, and then failed spectacularly - has come out claiming that Barack Obama is gay. His evidence is based off of Larry Sinclair's possibly recanted allegations about wild sex with Obama, and WorldNetDaily columnist and also noted nutbag Dr. Jerome Corsi's supposed evidence that he gleaned from a bunch of bloggers himself, making it at best third-hand information from the internet, where nothing should be taken at face value even if it originates from your own fingers.

In a bold move at the end of this dribble from his mouth, and this is the point where I really went crazy, Chambers linked it to the Obama-is-a-Muslim conspiracy, kind of as a way to possibly disprove it, though you know there is a wink and a nudge there somewhere:
Perhaps this answers the question about whether Obama really is a Christian or whether he is a Muslim, as some have claimed and polls show that a minority of American still believe the President Obama is a Muslim. This might well be why Obama actually is a Christian, and at some point chose to become one. Christians don't hate gays; Christians who believe that homosexuality is wrong take the humane approach of loving the sinner and opposing the sin. Muslims, on the other hand, have been known to stone someone for being gay.

Would you be a Muslim if it put you as risk for being killed because of your lifestyle choices?
... oh dear Lord.

At any point do you think Chambers, Sinclair, Corsi, or any of these other fuckwits ever thought to themselves that whether or not Barack Obama is gay shouldn't matter to anyone except his wife and children? Or, to add in there, his religion?

Of course not. This is just the tip of the iceberg with Chambers too, here's his Twitter feed. Enjoy.

Its nice to know that during this era of government shutdowns, civil wars, and partisan positions literally affecting the ability of someone to do math properly, we can still count on these generally unlikable and probably insane (or, if they don't believe their crap, utterly fraudulent) conspiracy theorists to add their voice to the mix as well.

If you'll excuse me, I'm going to weep for the state of the world now.

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