Here's Glenn Beck doing his best Barry Champlain impersonation, complete with melodrama and pregnant pauses, while discussing how the Obama administration is planning to “scoop people up.” Then he mentions how he and his morning zoo sidekick Pat Gray would like to get away from the coming Marxist genocide by moving to Canada.
With predictable form, Greenwald not only attributed the actions of the State Department to a nefarious "Wag the Dog" false flag scenario as a convenient real-world means of tamping down the anti-NSA, anti-surveillance debate that's gurgled to the surface this Summer, but he also exploited the embassy closures and travel alert as a means of scolding Democrats who, during the Bush years, criticized the suspicious timing of Homeland Security orange alerts and the like, but who currently endorse the embassy closings.
Michele Bachmann, like Gohmert, Stockman and other fellow members of the Crazy Caucus, doesn't mind loudly repeating these fever-dream mumblings -- these geysers of ridiculousness -- on national television or into the next nearest open microphone. She owns them. She believes these nuggets of crazy must be entered into the public record for the betterment of the United States. That's crazy.