Desperate Obama forced to counter Infowars directly

Kit Daniels | Infowars.com – JANUARY 8, 2016 889 Comments

Obama Responds to Infowars on Gun Control, Martial Law


Much like the Wizard of Oz, President Obama asked Americans to ignore “some website” showcasing the “conspiracy” by the Obama administration to disarm Americans and condition the country for martial law.

It’s not hard to guess just what major media web site he was referring to.

Obama attempted to downplay “the notion that we are creating a plot to take everybody’s guns away so that we can impose martial law” as a “conspiracy” pushed on “some website.”

He was responding to a question from retired NASA astronaut Mark Kelly who said gun control critics warned that expanding background checks “will lead to a registry, which will lead to confiscation, which will lead to a tyrannical government,” which is a oft-quoted statement by Alex Jones.

OBAMA: Now, there’s a long history of that, that’s in our DNA, you know? The United States was born suspicious of some distant authority…

ANDERSON COOPER, CNN: … now, let me just jump in here, is it fair to call it a conspiracy…

PRESIDENT OBAMA: … well, yeah…

COOPER: … because a lot of people really believe this deeply, that they just don’t…

OBAMA: … no…

COOPER: … they just don’t trust you.

OBAMA: I’m sorry, Cooper, yes. It is fair to call the conspiracy, what are you saying? Are you suggesting that the notion that we are creating a plot to take everybody’s guns away so that we can impose martial law…

COOPER: … not everybody, but there’s certainly a lot of…

OBAMA: … but a conspiracy? Yes, that is a conspiracy! I would hope that would agree with that.


OBAMA: Is that controversial? Except on some website…

The Obama administration is so desperate to regain the narrative on gun control that they are now forced to counter Infowars directly instead of by proxy through their lapdog media.

For one thing, a new Gallup poll shows that only 2% of Americans believe “guns/gun control” is among the country’s top problems.

Gallup asked about 1,000 Americans in all 50 states what they thought the nation’s top problems were in 2015, and out of 23 problems mentioned by Americans, “guns/gun control” ranked near the bottom at 19th.

In comparison, 16% of Americans said the government was the nation’s biggest issue, 13% said the economy, 8% said unemployment and 8% said immigration.

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