You have to get up pretty early to get one past Tennessee Republicans.
This bunch has already seen through, and taken measures to defend against, the United Nations' plan for global domination, otherwise known as the sustainability initiative Agenda 21. Samar Ali was hardly on the job for one month before a wild fire was spreading through the party's grass roots about her nefarious plan to import Shariah law into the state. And now state Rep. Kelly Keisling has alerted his constituents to President Barack Obama's plot to stage a fake assassination attempt, giving him the opportunity to impose martial law and, of course, delay the 2012 presidential election.
As first reported by the Huffington Post, an email went out Tuesday morning from Keisling's state email account containing a lengthy explanation of Obama's supposed plot, apparently written by conservative blogger Joe Angione. HuffPo reports that Keisling's assistant, Frankie Anderson, sent the email at Keisling's request.
Naturally, Pith has obtained a copy of the email, which appears after the jump.
Representative Keisling would like to share this information with you.
Legislative Assistant, Rep. Kelly Keisling
108 War Memorial Building
Nashville, TN 37243
Telephone: (615) 741-6852
Fax: (615) 253-0234
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Something to think and PRAY about. Interesting times...
God help us, if ANYONE stoops to this level! As I was reading this article I kept thinking that the more we are aware that something like this is remotely possible, the better off we are to recognize it and fend it off.....then the author addresses my very thoughts! The last paragraph in blue summarizes the reason we should pass this one around.
For some reason, the word "treason" comes to mind if this is attempted!
An Obama rumor that must never become reality!
By Joe Angione
A good journalist is usually taught not to print rumors or at least never to present them as the truth. What I'm going to report here is only a rumor that presently can't be confirmed. But it is of such magnitude that it must be made known if only to prepare America for a possible terrible eventuality. And while it has not been confirmed, neither can it authoritatively and convincingly be denied, certainly not in a United States where our Constitutional rights are under constant attack.
This rumor involves an agent of the Department of Homeland Security who allegedly informed a reporter at the Canada Free Press of a "false flag" or faked event to be initiated by Obama administration operatives in the hope of preventing the November presidential elections.
Canada Free Press (CFP) is an independent, conservative, electronic daily newspaper, updated several times a day. It boasts more than 100 writers and columnists who file stories regularly to the newspaper from all corners of the globe. According to the newspaper's coverage of this DHS "whistleblower," the event would be a staged assassination attempt on the life of President Obama that would be blamed on "white supremacists" and subsequently used to enrage black and Hispanic communities driving them to rioting all across the nation.
The faked assassination, says the CFP report, would be carried out through the assistance of DHS agents, and "other colluders" taking their orders from the White House. The objective would be to stir up enough racial unrest to justify the imposition of martial law in major urban cities, including erecting DHS checkpoints, restricting travel, and delaying (possibly indefinitely) the November 2012 elections.
Doug Hagmann, reporting in the May 8, 2012, edition of the Canada Free Press wrote that his informant works in "the upper-echelon of DHS," which he described as "effectively under the control of Barack Hussein Obama."
Hagmann's contact said: "The DHS is actively preparing for massive social unrest inside the United States. He then corrected himself, stating that 'a civil war' is the more appropriate term. Certain elements of the government are not only expecting and preparing for it, they are actually facilitating it."
The DHS whistleblower mentioned a recent meeting at the Department of Homel and Security where plans were discussed to use pawns to simulate the rioting seen in the Arab Spring countries that would bring on a "controlled chaos" for the benefit of the Obama administration.
"Envisioned by these conspirators are riots starting in urban areas such as New York, followed by a disruption of business and commerce," the DHS source added. "They want to restrict travel, if not through high energy prices, then by checkpoints and curfews mandated by the rioting and unrest...The whole purpose is to keep Obama in office for another term, no matter how unpopular he is, as he is not finished changing our country from a Constitutional Republic."
This certainly isn't the first rumor to surface about Mr. Obama's intention to subvert the U.S. Constitution, by manipulating economic, racial and social issues that would polarize Americans and bring on enormous conflict, but the full measure of this contrived event, if true, involves total suspension of our democratic rights, and repression on a scale never thought possible in the America we've known and cherished all our lives.
It's a rumor that bears watching...and is worth spreading because the more people who know about it—and understand the high level of deceit and treachery that confronts us daily in Washington —the less likely it is for the rumor to become a reality. The lesson here is that if people are aware of the possibility, even remote, of some great calamity befalling them, they're on guard...they're prepared...their defenses are up, and those who would commit evil, will back down fearing a confrontation they can't win.
The more we talk about the potential for a staged, bogus presidential assassination that would trigger massive civil unrest and possible martial law, the stronger is our defense against it actually occurring. The nation will be watching. Patriots everywhere will be on alert. The Obama administration will be under scrutiny more intensely than ever before. It doesn't have the guts to take on millions of Americans when we're ready for anything.
Sometimes rumors are a good thing.
Joe Angione is a former columnist for The Villages Daily Sun.
Reached at Keisling's Nashville office, Anderson referred Pith to Speaker Beth Harwell's spokeswoman, Kara Owen. We've left a message for Owen and will update here if and when we hear back.
Pith has also reached out to Janet Moore, who apparently received the email. We've not yet heard back, but in an email — which Pith obtained along with Keisling's — she says that when she called Keisling about the rumor, "He said it sounded ridiculous, but he sent it out because he 'wouldn't put anything past anybody.' "
As seen above, the author, Angione, describes himself as a "former columnist for The Villages Daily Sun." His bio at Conservatively Speaking says he "served as chief opinion page columnist" of the Lake County, Florida daily from 2004-2010. However, a managing editor for the paper describes Angione as someone "who used to do some freelance for us, but not in some time."
This story, as with the president's plot — DEVELOPING.
UPDATE: Keisling has released a statement:
"Earlier this week, I forwarded an email from my legislative office that should not have been sent out. The message was inappropriate for distribution. I regret the error and pledge to be more cautious regarding the information distributed from my office in the future."
Update II: Statements from Tennessee Democratic Party Chairman Chip Forrester and the Democratic candidate running to replace Keisling, David Harper.
Forrester: “Republicans in the legislature are bound and determined to turn Tennessee into a laughing stock with their ridiculous antics,” said Forrester. “For Kelly Keisling to use state resources to send out a rumor-filled and dangerous email is an egregious abuse of power and tax payer dollars. The people of his district and of Tennessee deserve to have a representative who is focused on their well-being, not in spreading fear and inducing panic.“
Harper: “If you promote this kind of a foolish and malicious rumor, you should take ownership of it,” said David Harper, Democratic candidate running to replace Keisling. “It is totally inappropriate for my opponent to use taxpayer funds on an effort to distract voters from his failure to deliver on his campaign promises. I chose to run because I could no longer tolerate these crackpot conspiracy theories and side-issues taking priority over local needs such as jobs, education, roads, and infrastructure.”