Walker vs. the Secret Muslim Vault
Via Newsweek, a wonderfully incoherent piece from Chuck Norris, star of Firewalker and Slaughter in San Francisco, who accuses the Obama administration of empowering Interpol with unchecked power to promote his pro-Muslim agenda. To be honest, it's rather difficult to follow, but provides me an opportunity to post this photo of Norris. But Walker Texas Retard has no doubt—none—that Obama is building an Al Capone-like vault for all of the evidence he wants to hide, being that he's an agent of the Kenyan secret police:
I have no doubt that Interpol will become Obama's secret vault for terrorists' criminal records and evidence–and whatever else he and his Cabinet want to place in there. This is just the beginning of what Washington can and will do with this executive order that Obama signed. And it's just one more example of the way your federal government has got the backs of those who are attacking our country, abandoning our Constitution and dissolving America's sovereignty.
Also, this is nuts too: "Is it merely coincidental that Obama signed this executive Interpol order and that he often goes out of his way to sympathize with and advocate pro-Muslim culture, beliefs and issues?"
And for those wondering, and as Michael Isikoff points out, "Interpol officers actually don't have the authority to arrest anybody on U.S. soil." He explains the executive order signed by Obama, which grants certain "exemptions" to Interpol, "merely gave the employees of a small Interpol office in New York the same privileges that Ronald Reagan granted other international organizations in 1983, like exempting them from certain taxes and fees and protecting their files from the Freedom of Information Act."