Group Promoting Angle Event: AIDS Deniers, Birthers, Conspiracy Theorists
Nevada Tea Party loon Sharron Angle has been trying to deflect Harry Reid’s charges that she’s too extreme, but as Jon Ralston points out at his Las Vegas Sun blog, she has a strange way of doing it — by speaking at an event promoted by a “Doctors Tea Party” group that has some very odd views: Group promoting Angle event: Medicare ‘evil’ and ‘immoral,’ Obama is a ‘covert hypnotist’ and HIV may not cause AIDS.
As GOP Senate nominee Sharron Angle attempts to parry charges from Harry Reid’s campaign that she is “just too extreme,” she is the headliner at an event Saturday promoted by a physician’s group that is far out of the mainstream. The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, which is a major promoter of the Doctors Tea Party in San Diego on Saturday, has given voice to some bizarre theories, believes the advent of Medicare in 1965 was “evil” and “immoral” and once published a piece arguing HIV may not cause AIDS. There’s more, too, with the group promoting one of Angle’s previously expressed theories that abortion may cause breast cancer; it also once argued the FDA is unconstitutional.
Ralston notes this article at the group’s website, an inadvertently hilarious piece that argues Barack Obama used “a covert form of hypnosis” to put America in a hopey changey trance: Oratory—or hypnotic induction?