Staged anti-Obama riots?

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By Douglas J. Hagmann

8 November 2012: An “anti-Obama riot” reportedly broke out at the University of Mississippi late Tuesday night, allegedly involving upwards of 400 people; two people were arrested. A Fox News report about the riot can be found at this link.  Was there something more behind this riot - or an attempt to riot? There is, according to my “DHS Insider.”

In the days leading up to Tuesday’s election, I reported that my source within the Department of Homeland Security, nicknamed “Rosebud,” was warning of an incident or incidents of “riots” if Barack Hussein Obama won the election. While many were reporting that riots would break out if Obama lost the election, no one was reporting about the possibility of riots if Obama won a second term.  During the Friday, November 2, 2012 and Monday, November 5, 2012 editions of The Hagmann & Hagmann Report, I provided our listeners with information I received from my high-level DHS source  (audio excerpt from 5 November 2012 via YouTube here).

A follow-up contact with “Rosebud” this morning suggests that the incidents were part of an internal effort “to stage anti-Obama events for the purpose of exacerbating racial tensions.”  According to my source, certain elements of the Obama campaign were working with the DHS contacts at the highest of levels. “As crazy as this sounds, [they] were stoking up racial tensions, hoping that the situation would escalate. But in that case, it didn’t.”

This source added: “There is an ongoing attempt to inflame the passions of those who are clearly not pro-Obama. Remember, the ‘bitter-clingers’ and the gun owners. They are attempting to create a situation that would make the Christian conservatives, gun owners, and ‘Constitutionalists’ appear to be threats to our government. This was a staged event. Expect more. It’s the response they are interested in - the crackdown. Justification for implementing crackdowns.”