When I think of cogent, reliable political commentary, the first person I think of is Steven Seagall. Don’t you? The Western Conservative Conference obviously thinks so because they invited him to speak, along with Joe Arpaio, Ted Nugent and other luminaries. The Worldnetdaily reports on his brilliant remarks:
“Never in my life did I ever believe that our country would be taken over by people like the people who are running it this day,” said Seagal.
“I think that when we have a leadership that thinks the Constitution of the United States of America is a joke, when we have a president who has almost 1,000 executive orders now, when we have a Department of Justices that thinks that any kind of a judicial system that they make up as they are going along can get by with whatever they decide that they want to do – like Ted Nugent said the Fast and the Furious, what’s happening with the Fast and the Furious? What’s happened with the truth about any of the greatest scandals of American history that have happened right before our eyes?” Seagal said.
“If the truth about Benghazi were to come out now, I don’t think that this man would make it through his term. I think he would be impeached,” he said.
Well sure, because Seagal has the real scoop on what happened in Benghazi, dontchaknow. And we know he’s credible because he repeats the patently false claim that Obama has issued 923 executive orders. The real number is 168 (Bush had 291, by comparison), but hey, what’s a few hundred off the mark between friends?