Anti-Obama reporter says he's being watched by drones
“I’m taking my dog for a walk and guess what I see right over the tree line right above my head is a drone,” Farah, the editor of World Net Daily, tells radio host Alex Jones this week.
“I don’t live in the city, I don’t live in a populated area, I live in one of the most rural places you could possibly live in Northern Virginia and there could only be one thing that this drone was spying on and that would be me, that would be my property because there’s just nothing else around except woods and deer,” he adds.
Farah implies in the interview that the drone could have been dispatched by US President Barack Obama, whom he insists is out to attack his critics. It just so happens that Farah is perhaps one of the most famous opponents of the current administration, and has been such since before the commander-in-chief ever took the oath of office. In a 2008 op-ed, Farah was one of the first well-known journalists to take jabs at the authenticity of President Obama’s birth certificate, saying at the time that, if elected, “the question of eligibility for the highest office in the land will no longer even be a matter for concern.”
"It'll plague Obama throughout his presidency. It'll be a nagging issue and a sore on his administration, much like Monica Lewinsky was on Clinton," Farah added. "It's not going to go away and it will drive a wedge in an already divided public."
This week Farah adds that as Election Day is once again about to come around, he fears a win for the incumbent could be a colossal blow for others unconcerned with opposing the president.
“The liberty lovers out there really have to stick together….or we’re going to hang together as our founders said,” warns Farah. “Look – this is the first term – if he’s re-elected it’s going to be war – they will be at war – we will be hunted down like dogs, keep that in mind, that’s what the stakes are.”