As we’ve reported, an episode of the radio show “Fortress of Faith” that aired on American Family Radio this weekend alleged that President Obama is a secret member of the Muslim Brotherhood who tried to give billions of dollars to Hamas.
During the same program, host Shahram Hadian claimed that Islamists are taking over the U.S. government by organizing groups such as the bipartisan Ahmadiyya Muslim Caucus. Ahmadis are a minority group in Islam who have faced tremendous persecution, and the caucus was created to try to find ways the U.S. government can help combat such threats.
Hadian, however, claimed that the caucus’s establishment is proof that “Islam is getting into our government” and represents an Islamist influence operation.
When the caucus was founded in 2014, it was co-chaired by Democratic Rep. Jackie Speier and Republican Rep. Frank Wolf, who did not run for re-election last year. Interestingly enough, Wolf was one of the favorite congressmen of Religious Right groups such as the Family Research Council. Another group, the National Religious Broadcasters, even gave Wolf its “Faith & Freedom Award.”
But now it seems he was an Islamist all along, which according to this paranoid thinking, implicates the many conservative groups that worked with Wolf in the Islamic conspiracy!