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Texas Judge Warning of ‘Civil War’ If Obama Re-Elected

from CBS local:

A Texas leader is warning of what he calls a ‘civil war’ and possible invasion of United Nations troops if President Barack Obama is re-elected.

Lubbock County Judge Tom Head is convinced that Mr. Obama winning a second term would lead to a revolt by the American people and he’s is pushing a tax increase for the district attorney’s office and the Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office. He says the money is needed to “beef up” it’s resources in case President Obama wins the November election.

In the event of civil unrest Judge Head said he’s concerned the President would hand over sovereignty of the United States to the U.N. and that the American public would react violently.

He’s going to try to hand over the sovereignty of the U.S. to the United Nations, what’s going to happen when that happens?” Judge Head told FOX 34 in Lubbock.

“I’m thinking worse case scenario,” Judge Head explained. “Civil unrest, civil disobedience, civil war maybe…we’re not just talking a few riots or demonstrations.”

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3 comments to Texas Judge Warning of ‘Civil War’ If Obama Re-Elected

  • Sergio of the Jungle

    That guy will end up in a mental asylum.

  • hoser

    Let UN troops onto US Soil. It will be like “Clubbing Baby Seals!”

  • Mike

    George washington Truth The grace of God has been upon our land. Obama Lier full of deceit Satan will be allowed to bring down this Country Why? We have lost our way and have turned our backs on God. The wicked shall be turned into hell and ALL Nations that forget God. We the people have the power to do the right thing. So only time will tell who we will serve. Let God be true and every man a lier. Choose you this day who YOU will serve.

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