Well, they’re at it again. Two of our extremist, right wing nutjob writers (and occasional collaborators) here at INN have spearheaded a patriotic effort that is taking off like gangbusters. Dr. Jim Garrow (author of The Pink Pagoda: One Man’s Quest to End Gendercide in China, educator, and former intelligence operative), Erik Rush (INN founder, columnist, author of Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal – America’s Racial Obsession), and some unnamed accomplices recently launched “Turn Back For America,” an organization “dedicated to turning America back to where we were as a nation, what the Founding Fathers envisioned for us, what our heroes shed their blood for,” as reads their Mission Statement.
“Obama spoke great promises that implied a connection with the hearts yearning of the people,” said Dr. Garrow. “But this was deception pure and simple.”
Garrow also has a suggestion that goes along with the efforts TBFA will employ to enlighten and mobilize the American electorate, which plays into the double entendre of the organization’s name. “It’s time to take back the narrative across America in a simple, silent, sign of our disdain for the lies of Bathhouse Barry [Obama],” says Garrow. “Turn your backs on him. When he speaks in public, when you see him on television, anywhere his visage appears, turn your back to let the people around you know what you feel and where you stand.”
It certainly made a heck of an impression when politically beleaguered and slandered law enforcement officers turned their backs on New York’s communist mayor Bill DeBlasio, so who knows?
Following Dr. Garrow’s somewhat spontaneous announcement on Facebook this week, the group’s nucleus went to work. The “Turn Back for America” Facebook page had record numbers of Likes within a few hours of going live.
Turn Back for America will be offering memberships for conscientious patriots, as well as books, T-shirts, and other clothing items, and will likely sponsor giveaways of merchandise – perhaps sooner than anyone thinks, (wink, wink, nudge, nudge).