Apparently the San Antonio Tea Party is convinced that designating the Alamo as a World Heritage site actually means the U.N. is going to take over.
Texas Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson had to calm fears this week after the former president of the local Tea Party warned that the U.N. may usurp their beloved landmark.
George Rodriguez, former president of the San Antonio Tea Party, stirred up rumors in a piece titled ‘The New Battle of the Alamo.’
Rodriguez said Wednesday that he never stated that the U.N. would take control, but that he merely provided a “cautionary tale.”
“I’m just constantly saying ‘may’ or ‘might,’” he explained. “I’m never once saying that this is going to happen. We need to be aware.”
The U.N. ‘may’ or ‘might’ take over the Alamo. And monkeys may or might fly out of Rodriguez’s ass. We need to be aware.
Let’s assume for a moment that the U.N. actually was poised to take over the Alamo.
What would they do with it? Would they plant a Mexican flag on top of it just to stick a finger in the eye of Real Americans as the U.N is wont to do?
Where did Rodriquez get these crazy ideas?
A similar version was posted Tuesday on infowars.com, a website linked to radio talk show host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, who spoke at an Oct. 19 gun-rights rally at the Alamo.
I was close on the whole “plant a Mexican flag” thing. It turns out they plan to fly the U.N. flag. The bastards.