Frank Gaffney Sounds a Lot Like The Christchurch Shooter’s Manifesto

Frank Gaffney speaks at Voters Value Summit 2017. (Photo: Jared Holt for Right Wing Watch)

Frank Gaffney, executive chairman of the anti-Muslim hate group Center for Security Policy, joined Breitbart News editor-in-chief Alex Marlow this morning on SiriusXM Patriot’s “Breitbart News Daily.” Less than a week after the Christchurch massacre, he resumed his scaremongering that Muslims are trying to take over their societies—something expressed repeatedly in portions of the Christchurch terrorist’s alleged manifesto.

“You cannot assimilate vast numbers of people who simply don’t want to be part of your society. They want to transform it into something very different and ultimately at some point you either resist or you submit,” Gaffney said. “Submission is going to be pretty ugly, and it’s happening in parts of Europe already.”

He continued, “It’s not simply a problem in its own right, it’s a foretaste of what the Ilhan Omars and the Keith Ellisons and the André Carsons, Rashida Tlaibs and so on, would have in mind for America, too, if they had their way. This is the really vexing problem of our time.”

Marlow addressed the “Soros-funded freaks” listening to the program, and said that by acknowledging that there are Muslims who don’t want to implement Sharia law in the U.S. they were clear of charges of promoting bigotry. Gaffney had just said that there are Muslims who don’t want to impose Sharia law in America but that “enough of them do” that it needs to be confronted.

Gaffney and Marlow went on to defend Jeanine Pirro, whose Fox News Chanel program was pulled after the network issued a condemnation of remarks she made March 9, during which she had questioned whether Rep. Ilhan Omar’s wearing of a headscarf for religious reasons was “antithetical to the United States Constitution.”

“The faux Fox is suppressing Jeanine Pirro explicitly—as you know, Alex—because she dared, even in a question, to connect the dots between what Ilhan Omar is doing with anti-Semitism on the one hand and the traditions and teachings and practices of Sharia as we’ve come to know it.”

Gaffney went on to question Omar’s ability to serve while “working with and for the Muslim Brotherhood.” Later in the show, National Security Adviser John Bolton joined Marlow for an interview.

Bolton has been an enabler of Gaffney and other anti-Muslim voices in the Trump era, which partially explains why anti-Muslim activists were excited over his hire last year.