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Alex Jones: ‘Obama Is A Hardcore Wahhabist; He Is Al-Qaeda’

Earlier today, Alex Jones of InfoWars said that he has heard from “high-level people” that President Obama is a “hardcode Wahhabist; he is al-Qaeda.”
Jones couldn’t figure out whether Obama is working for or against Saudi…


Earlier today, Alex Jones of InfoWars said that he has heard from “high-level people” that President Obama is a “hardcode Wahhabist; he is al-Qaeda.”

Jones couldn’t figure out whether Obama is working for or against Saudi Arabia, but he does know that something is up!

“Let me tell you,” Jones said. “He went to madrassas, he went to Muslim schools, he has all these fake names, he’s got family that are Muslims that he wrote letters to as a senator about how to have riots to give him a position in the government and they gave his cousin the prime ministership, and how did the radical Muslims respond? They started blowing up buildings and shooting up shopping malls. And now his little buddies are over here attacking and his answer is, take our guns.”

(Jones was referring to the debunked claim that Kenyan politician Raila Odinga is Obama’s cousin. Odinga is also a Christian, not a Muslim, as Jones suggested.)

He went on to criticize “our elite” for letting a person who “hates America, hates Geroge Washington, hates Christians [and] hates the Second Amendment” become president.

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