With every day that passes, it seems like yet another politician is jumping aboard the good, maniacal ship Jade Helm conspiracy theory. And according to a new poll from Rasmussen, these lovable lunatics we elected into office are not alone. Because 45 percent of voters “are concerned” that Jade Helm is just a cover for martial law in the American Southwest.

From Rasmussen Reports:

But 45% of voters are concerned that the government will use U.S. military training operations to impose greater control over some states, with 19% who are Very Concerned. Just over half (52%) are not concerned that the government has an ulterior motive for the training exercises, including 26% who are Not At All Concerned.

Among voters who oppose military exercises in their state, 82% are concerned that the federal government has greater control in mind. Just 34% of those who favor the exercises share that concern.

Despite nearly half of US voters believing that the various theories (which range from mild martial law to FEMA holding death camps in the imaginary tunnels beneath Walmart) are reasonable enough to be concerning, 65 percent of votes “across virtually every demographic category favor the U.S. military conducting training exercises in their home state.”

So who is that overlapping 10 percent? And why are they in favor of our upcoming Walmart military castles? I don’t know, but someone should ask Rand Paul.

[h/t Mediaite]

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