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Savage: Obama’s Nomination Of Gay Army Secretary Proves He’s A Psychopath

Talk radio host Michael Savage took issue with Obama’s recent nomination of a gay man to be Secretary of the Army, attacking Obama’s nomination of Eric Fanning as a sign that Obama’s “a mad man” and “a psychopath.&r…


Talk radio host Michael Savage took issue with Obama’s recent nomination of a gay man to be Secretary of the Army, attacking Obama’s nomination of Eric Fanning as a sign that Obama’s “a mad man” and “a psychopath.”

“You don’t understand that a person can be insane and not look crazy, you don’t understand the definition of psychopaths, do you?” Savage said on his program on Friday. “We have an openly mad president who is doing everything he can as quickly as he can to decimate everything that this country stood for, stands for and would stand for.”

Savage, who recently wondered if seltzer water’s “little bubbles of carbon dioxide poisoned the brains” of liberals, also beseeched his listeners not to listen to “the communist, Maoist vermin in the media” composed of “left-wing America-haters, family-haters, God-haters, church-haters, family-haters, drug addicts almost every last one of them.”

“Almost every one of those psycho-leftists are on drugs,” he said.

On the same program, Savage claimed that President Obama is ushering in a Maoist/Muslim Brotherhood cabal to take control over America.

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