Dave Mustaine: Obama staged Aurora, Sikh temple shootings

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Dave Mustaine, former guitarist for Metallica and currently stalking the tip of the stage for Megadeath, has some definite political views, usually ranging toward the conservative end of the spectrum.

And he’s certainly no fan of President Obama, whom he’s pretty sure is not a U.S. citizen. But he stepped up his rhetoric during a show in Singapore. Fast forward to the 2:40 mark where Mustaine begins his diatribe on Obama’s attempt to pass a gun ban in the U.S.. He starts off by mentioning the Fast & Furious investigation, then delves into his own theories on the recent deadly attacks in Aurora, Colo., and the Sikh temple attack in a suburb of Milwaukee.

Back in my country, my president is trying to pass a gun ban so he’s staging all of these murders like the Fast and Furious thing down at the boarder and Aurora, Colorado, all the people that were killed there. And now the beautiful people at the Sikh temple. I was talking to JD our promoter here tonight, what a great guy, I was saying, I don’t know where I’m gonna live if America keeps going the way it’s going because it looks like it’s turning into Nazi America. And he said, Move down here to Singapore.

So Mustaine must be banging his head firmly in Romney’s corner, right? Well . . .

George Soros came out and said Mitt Romney is just like Obama. So what do you got there? You’ve got Obama’s mentor saying that Mitt Romney’s just like him, and he’s leading the polls now.

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