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Today’s wildest of wild theories is brought to us by Michele Bachmann, again, who tells us President Obama is bringing Central American children into the country so he can perform medical experiments on them.

“That’s more kids that you can see how — we can’t imagine doing this, but if you have a hospital and they are going to get millions of dollars in government grants if they can conduct medical research on somebody, and a ward of the state can’t say ‘no,’” she said. “A little kid can’t say ‘no’ if they’re a ward of the state. So here you could have this institution getting millions of dollars from our government to do medical experimentation and a kid can’t even say ‘no.’ It’s sick.”

That is sick. The good news is it’s not true.

Bachmann is apparently intent on unloading every theory left in her system before leaving office; inflicting maximum embarrassment on the nation and her home state of Minnesota before she’s done.

The “border crisis” isn’t very old but the children already have as many conspiracy theories associated with them as JFK and Grey aliens.