When you put a psychiatrist on your radio show who is crazy, it should be disclosed to listeners before he goes off on a psycho conspiracy theory rant about President Obama. Either that, or serve him a Valium at the door.
Keith Ablow lost it on Tuesday, spewing the newest right-wing conspiracy theory about the president and the Ebola virus.
Speaking with Fox News Radio host John Gibson yesterday, Ablow discussed his conspiracy theory at length. Attempting to channel Obama’s inner thoughts, Ablow imagined that the president opposes sealing America’s borders to travelers from Ebola-stricken countries because Obama believes, “if only unconsciously,” that the U.S. has inflicted a “plague of colonialism” on the world and that travel restrictions would therefore be unfair.
“You miserable people have destroyed so much in the world in terms of good things, and now you’re going to build a wall?,” Ablow pictured Obama saying. “Really? To insulate yourself from things that are devastating other nations when your gains are ill-gotten? And the very fact that you can build a wall — you’re using wealth that you never should have had to build it. This is just another manifestation of you didn’t build that, business.”
Ablow’s armchair psychiatry grew particularly disturbing when he speculated that Obama hasn’t implemented a travel ban for west African countries because the president’s “affinities, his affiliations are with them. Not us. That’s what people seem unwilling to accept. He’s their leader … we don’t have a president.”
Ablow is nuts. He's been inhaling or something. Worse, he's nuts and he's a racist. Of course, this shouldn't surprise anyone who has followed his descent into full-fledged Obama Derangement Syndrome.
Here's a few from the Obama-Deranged Ablow Hit Parade. The time he said Obama wants America to dissolve. Or the time he said Obama is unpatriotic. And of course, his pathetic effort to fat-shame Michelle Obama, which fell flat since Michelle Obama isn't even a little bit fat.
Time for "Dr." Ablow to sit down and take his meds like a good boy.