Executive vice president Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin (retired), of the conservative Family Research Council, was caught on a “hot mic” on Thursday saying that “the Jews are the problem” to an Israeli reporter and pitching his theory about President Barack Obama using “subliminal messages” to signal support for al-Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood, in audio posted by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) on Friday.
Boykin is heard arguing that, as a result of the “messages,” Al-Qaeda and the Brotherhood saw that “that they have a president that identifies with them, that has been supportive of them inside the United States and is unwilling to go against them.”
“If you understand anything about Islam, there are subliminal messages,” Boykin can be heard saying. “His message, really, I believe was, ‘I understand you, and I support you.’”
“Al Qaeda, the Muslim Brotherhood and everybody else” are taking advantage of this support and the “opportunity that they see that they have a president that identifies with them, that has been supportive of them inside the United States and is unwilling to go against them.”
Boykin could be heard recommending that the reporter contact FRC’s head of media relations, J.P. Duffy.
Boykin was then approached by someone about doing an interview with Henry Schwartz, a reporter for Israel National News, described as a “right-wing” publication.
“The Jews are the problem,” Boykin can be heard saying. “The Jews are the cause of all the problems in the world.” An unidentified person responds, “I know, I know, that’s why we’re trying to fix everything.”
Boykin’s remarks were captured after an online broadcast of a panel at the National Security Action Summit hosted by Brietbart News. The event is held as a counter to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), and features speakers like Boykin who are even too crazy to be invited to speak at CPAC.
I wonder if Boykin and Tony Perkins shop for their white sheets together?
You can check out NSAS “Agenda” below.