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Monday afternoon, in a transparent attempt to divert attention from the über-Nixonian scandals plaguing him, President Obama staged an EF5 tornado in Oklahoma.

This wasn't the first time that Obama has conducted a #FalseFlag operation, nor was it the first time he's used the weather as a weapon; it was, however, the first time that he has directly targeted America's heartland.

With many questions about the president's actions requiring answers, no doubt there will be Congressional investigations (and maybe even a special prosecutor); but one thing already seems clear—all roads lead to Benghazi.

Morning lineup:

Meet the Press: Preempted for coverage of the Monaco Grand Prix.

Face the Nation: Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK); Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY); Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin (R); Harvard University Prof. David Gergen; Michael Gerson (Washington Post); Roundtable: Climatologist Dr. Heidi Cullen, Jeffrey Kluger (TIME), Meteorologist David Bernard and President of the American Meteorological Society Marshall Shepherd.

This Week: Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY); Former Commander of International Forces in Afghanistan Gen. John Allen (Ret.); Roundtable: Rep. Peter King (R-NY), DNC Chair/Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), Former Director of National Intelligence Adm. Dennis Blair (Ret.), Mark Mazzetti (New York Times), Jim Avila (ABC News) and Maggie Haberman (Politico).

Fox News Sunday: Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL); Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC); Former Sen. Bob Dole (R-KS); Roundtable: Brit Hume (Fox News), Charles Lane (Washington Post), Nina Easton (Fortune) and Juan Williams (Fox News).

State of the Union: Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin (R); Mayor of Joplin, MO Melodee Colbert-Kean; Rep. Michael Grimm (R-NY); Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX); Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-GA); Ron Brownstein (CNN); Clarence Page (Chicago Tribune); Reliable Sources: Berry Tramel (The Oklahoman); Ryan Lizza (The New Yorker); Tim Carney (Washington Examiner); Keli Goff (; Radio Host Michael Smerconish; Tech Experts Katie Linendoll & Mario Armstrong.

The Chris Matthews Show: Preempted for coverage of the Monaco Grand Prix.

Evening lineup:
60 Minutes will feature: a first-hand account of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden from one of the Navy SEALS who pulled the trigger (preview).

On Comedy Central...

Jon Stewart diagnosed Peggy Noonan's mental problems.

And Stephen Colbert went grasping for scandals.

Note: The Daily Show and The Colbert Report will be airing reruns this week.


Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) urged women to carry brain dead fetuses to term.

"Ms. Zink, having my great sympathy and empathy both. I still come back wondering, shouldn't we wait, like that couple did, and see if the child can survive before we decide to rip him apart? So. These are ethical issues, they're moral issues, they're difficult issues, and the parents should certainly be consulted. But it just seems like, it's a more educated decision if the child is in front of you to make those decisions."

Meanwhile, in other brainless news...

Sarah Palin shared Americans' fear of the IRS.

"This IRS scandal is especially terrible because Americans live in fear of the IRS like no other entity because this monstrous bureaucracy has the power to take your hard-earned money. Your wages are the sum of your labors; hence, the IRS has the power to steal the fruits of your labors. Average Americans live in fear of making an error on their tax returns that could cost them massive amounts of money, plus their reputation and good name. If a small business makes a mistake, the IRS can shut them down and send them to jail."

And, finally...

Rep. Steve King (R-IA) cast the blame for President Obama's election on Ronald Reagan.

In an effort to dissuade Republicans, King argued that the 1986 immigration bill that Reagan signed into law is estimated to have brought amnesty to three million illegal immigrants.

He said conservative estimates show that, on average, each of these people brought in five others, leading to 15 million more people in the country, most of whom voted for Obama.

There's no place like home.

- Trix

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