On Thursday, WorldNetDaily correspondent and leading birther conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi appeared on 9/11 truther Alex Jones' radio show to engage in yet another round of paranoid ranting disconnected from reality.
Corsi appeared with Jones via Skype from Hawaii, where he is supposedly working with the "cold case posse" organized by Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio to investigate Barack Obama's birth certificate. If you thought Corsi's book, Where's The Birth Certificate, which was published a few weeks after Obama released his long-form birth certificate, was the end of the story -- you would be very wrong.
Corsi explained that he was "desperately" working on his stories because "if Obama wins, we do not have a First Amendment, we won't have a Fourth Amendment, we won't have a Bill of Rights, people like you and me we'll be in thought education camps - if they allow us to live, our families will be destroyed, private property will be confiscated. People think this is radical. All the plans are laid out and signed in executive orders."
Both men agreed that the shadowy "globalists" who control the world's agenda oppose all the work they do.
Earlier in the interview, Corsi and Jones used Breitbart.com's story about a 1991 pamphlet that erroneously described Obama as being "born in Kenya" as a springboard to discuss supposed machinations by the Hawaii state government to cover up the real story behind Obama's birth certificate.
Corsi told Jones that he had uncovered "tons of news" that he was "dying" to get published. Jones urged Corsi to get the information out as soon as possible, warning "don't let 'em Breitbart you," an apparent allusion to conspiracy theories claiming that the recently deceased conservative activist Andrew Breitbart was killed because of some knowledge he had about the Obama administration.
The conspiratorial pair also discussed how excited they were for an upcoming film set to re-hash the conspiracy that Obama's father was not his father.