Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez
If Barack Obama wins in 2012, America is headed for something worse than a failing European-style socialist state, top-rated radio host Michael Savage said on his nationally syndicated show today.
“I have to tell you that if this man, God forbid, is the next president of the United States, we’re going to be living in something along the lines of – people say Europe. I don’t believe it’s going to be like Europe – I think it will be closer to Chavez’s South American dictatorship,” he told his “Savage Nation” audience.
Recalling his background as the son of an immigrant from Russia, who has been around awhile and seen a number of administrations, Savage said that if he had one message to leave, it would be a warning about what he fears is on the horizon.
“This is the most corrupt, incompetent, dangerous tyrannical administration in American history,” he declared.
“It’s not politics as usual. It’s not just Democrats versus Republicans,” Savage said.
Obama, he said, is “not a Democrat,” noting the president’s history of ties to Marxists and other radicals documented in his book “Trickle Up Poverty.”
“Obama has a long history of being at odds with American values and with America itself and the core principles of this country.” Savage said.
Savage pointed to media as one of the areas in which “step by step, degree by degree, we’re losing our freedom.”
He cited a WND story by Aaron Klein about a non-profit journalism group funded by supporters of MoveOn.org and the ACLU that will supply news to NBC television affiliates.
“They don’t want government-sponsored opinions,” he said, “They only want government-sponsored “Pravda.'”
“Pravda,” which ironically means “truth” in Russian, he noted, was the official Communist Party newspaper in the old Soviet Union.
“That’s exactly what the government-media complex tells you on a daily basis – nothing but the government-media complex party line,” he said.
“Pay attention,” Savage concluded. “Your freedom may be at stake.”
Savage’s nationally syndicated show airs live Monday through Friday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Eastern. It can be heard online through stations such as WTNT in the nation’s capital.