It's not online at the Morrison County Record, but a reader sent us a photo of the May 14 article (above) announcing two presentations in Little Falls and St. Cloud by New Zealand birther conspiracy theorist Trevor Loudon and 2016 Daudt primary challenger Alan Duff, who's last big public speaking event was at the Willmar Celebrate Trump rally in April.
Pop some corn. If Right Wing Watch's article, CPAC Speaker: Leftists, Islamists And Russia (!) Are Working Together To Destroy Trump, is any indication, the cornballs will be out in force for this one. RWW's Brian Tashman wrote back in February:
Today Ginni Thomas, a conservative activist and the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, hosted a panel on “World War III” that featured birther conspiracy theorist Trevor Loudon.
“World War III started about 1,400 years ago,” Loudon claimed, referring to the birth of Islam, and was then accelerated by the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia. Since then, he said, “Islam and the Bolsheviks have never parted company.”
Loudon said that Barack Obama “was more interested in aiding your enemies and trashing your allies than any [president] you’ve had before,” but claimed that with Donald Trump, America now has a president “who cares about the country.”
Loudon argued that “the radical left communist groups” and the Muslim Brotherhood were “looking forward to a Hillary Clinton presidency” because “she was going to finish off America for them, give them what they wanted and take this country down.”
Now, according to Loudon, “professional revolutionaries” are leading violent protests against Trump…all with the help of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Evidence that Russia intervened in the election to help Trump, he said, is simply a Saul Alinsky-inspired smear to “accuse others of what you are doing yourself” and “spread hatred.”
“The Democratic Party has been in bed with Moscow for more than 50 years,” he said.
As our late father might have said, you can't beat that with a stick. We'll update this story as the hilarity continues. For the backstory on the humor, check out national headlines.
We last wrote about Loudon in Help Trevor Loudon, Central MN Tea Party Patriots speaker, fill in bios of dirty hippies. Oh the terror! This ain't his first rodeo in the miasmatic jungles of Central Minnesota.
Photo: The article from the Morrison County Record.
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