The rise to power of Barack Obama has been a vexing issue for many Republicans in the past two years. How did he ever get elected?
Well, it turns out the answer is simple: by hypnotizing the Jews.
Or at least that is what one group of conservative doctors thinks. The group, Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, which is based in Arizona, opposes Obama’s healthcare plan and is strongly against abortions. It also published an article in 2008 wondering if Obama is ‘a brilliant orator, or a hypnotist?’ The answer, according to the paper published on the group’s website, is that Obama has used in his speeches ‘covert hypnosis intended only for licensed therapists on consenting patients.’ And those most affected by Obama’s covert hypnosis were Jewish voters. Or else, the paper asks, how could you explain the fact that ‘many Jews are supporting a candidate who is endorsed by Hamas, Farrakhan, Khalidi and Iran?’
AAPS, which was established as an alternative to the American Medical Association, has been around for years and has drawn sporadic attention due to its provocative views, which include a claim that HIV does not cause AIDS. But on September 24 Kentucky’s Courier-Journal revealed that among the members of the group of conservative doctors is a local ophthalmologist, also known as Republican Senate candidate Dr. Rand Paul.
This revelation reportedly coincides with Paul stepping up his outreach to Jewish voters. The article also noted that Paul has a long record of making inappropriate and offensive Hitler comparisons. Click here to view TPM’s extensive roundup of Paul’s abusive Holocaust comparisons.
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