Sharia compliant radio.
Former U.S. Rep. Fred Grandy has been forced to walk away from his popular morning drive-time radio talk show in Washington after the station’s management insisted he avoid discussions of radical Islam, sources close to Grandy say.
The station, WMAL, also reportedly banned Grandy’s wife from future broadcasts. The outspoken “Mrs. Fred” was a regular guest on his show.
Grandy, who before entering politics played “Gopher” on the hit TV show “The Love Boat,” refused WMAL management’s terms and left his broadcasting job with the station Tuesday. WMAL confirmed his resignation in a brief statement on its website.
In recent months, Grandy invited Muslim activists on his morning show, “The Grandy Group,” to debate the threat from the radical Muslim Brotherhood. He also hosted several U.S. security officials — including former CIA, FBI and Pentagon officials — who all warned the Brotherhood was infiltrating Washington through its U.S. front groups.
Washington-based CAIR routinely criticized Grandy for reading on air FBI reports and federal court documents identifying CAIR as an “unindicted co-conspirator” in the federal Holy Land Foundation terror finance trial, as well as a member of the “U.S. Muslim Brotherhood.”
“CAIR has been identified by the government at trial as a participant in an ongoing and ultimately unlawful conspiracy to support a designated terrorist organization — a conspiracy from which CAIR never withdrew,” wrote assistant U.S. Attorney Jim Jacks, who recently won an award from Attorney General Eric Holder for convicting the Holy Land terrorists.