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Al Franken’s Plan For The Fourth Reich

Al Franken is running to unseat US Senator Norm Coleman (R – MN) and take his place filling the Gopher State's apparently mandatory Jew quota in its Senate delegation. Franken recently landed in hot water when it turned out that … Read More

By / April 30, 2008

Al Franken is running to unseat US Senator Norm Coleman (R – MN) and take his place filling the Gopher State's apparently mandatory Jew quota in its Senate delegation. Franken recently landed in hot water when it turned out that he owed some $70,000 in unpaid taxes in seventeen different states.

I've had my suspicions about Franken for some time, but this seems to put them beyond doubt. Consider the facts:

§ Fact: Franken is a failed artist who became a major voice for the politics of resentment.

§ Fact: During his time in the wilderness, Franken penned a fantasy-cum-memoir detailing his plan to seize control of the government and establish a revolutionary regime that would take vengeance on all those who he feels are enemies of the state. (Don't tell me the gesture on the front cover doesn't remind you of anything.)

§ Fact: Franken is a strident supporter of infanticide "abortion rights," which everyone knows was an integral component of the Nazis' eugenics-based programme to make good on their ideology of racial purity.

§ Fact: Frank is a staunch supporter of so-called "homosexual marriage" and "homosexual adoption rights" — a radical agenda aimed at destroying the fabric of traditional society whose antecedents are clear and unmistakable.

§ Fact: The moment he got into trouble, Franken quickly scapegoated Jewish money-handlers for his malaise.

§ Fact: Franken frequently contributes to a far-left hate-site that one commentator has aptly described as being no different than the Nazis.

§ Fact: Guess who else was a big-time tax cheat. And we're supposed to believe it's just a coincidence that the news about Franken's tax issues came out during the week between a certain someone's birthday and the anniversary of his death? Sure, and all those good Germans had no idea what was going on in the camps.

QED. How could we not have noticed sooner that his sinister intonations about the "Al Franken Decade" were really about a thousand-year Reich? Here's a glimpse of the real Al Franken agenda:

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