You’d Have Thought Me a Conspiracy Theorist

If I told you in 2008 that Barack Obama would negotiate a deal that he acknowledges will fund terrorism, you’d have thought me a conspiracy theorist.

If I told you in 2008 that Barack Obama would lecture Christians on the crusades and call a growing army of Islamic radicals “junior varsity,” you’d have thought me a conspiracy theorist.

If I told you in 2008 that Barack Obama would argue before the Supreme Court that there is no ministerial exception in the First Amendment, you’d have thought me a conspiracy theorist.

If I told you in 2008 that Barack Obama’s administration would suggest before the Supreme Court that they might take away the tax exempt status of churches and religious institutions that do not support gay marriage, you’d have thought me a conspiracy theorist.

If I told you in 2008 that Barack Obama would do nothing if Russia invaded Ukraine, you’d have thought me a conspiracy theorist.

If I told you in 2008 that Barack Obama’s administration would preside over the largest hack of personnel records and the families of American soldiers would have muslim men show up at their homes in the United States to intimidate them, you’d have thought me a conspiracy theorist.

If I told you in 2008 that Barack Obama would publicly release classified details about Israel’s nuclear capabilities, you’d have thought me a conspiracy theorist.

Well, here we are and all those things have happened.