Liberal talk show host blames FRC shooting on ‘gutter Christians’ who went ‘too far’

Nationally syndicated talk show host Mike Malloy says the man who opened fire at the “filthy, degenerate” Family Research Council was conservative.
Mon Aug 20, 2012 - 1:23 pm EST

NEW YORK, August 20, 2012, ( – The “ filthy, degenerate, gutter Christians” at the Family Research Council inspired last week’s shooting by “going too far” with their pro-family activism, according to a nationally syndicated liberal talk show host.

“You filthy, filthy right-wing b——-ds, you’re going too far!” Mike Malloy told his audience last week. “One of these days somebody’s going to go berserk and walk into one of your filthy holes of religious insanity with a gun.”

Switching to a mocking tone, Malloy said, “Oh. I think that happened today.”

Malloy went on to say the council would “happily sacrifice” a 10-year-old child who was raped by a relative “to save their G—d—-ed fetus.”

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“I cannot come up with harsh enough or strong enough language about these scum,” Malloy said before calling FRC President Tony Perkins a “filthy swine” and the FRC “a council of G—d—-ned Christian corpse-eaters.”

The host, whose “progressive” views are syndicated by SiriusXM radio, speculated the shooter “has got to be a conservative. Liberals hate guns.”

The gunman, 28-year-old Floyd Lee Corkins II, reportedly said “I don’t like your politics” before opening fire last Wednesday at FRC’s Washington, D.C., headquarters. He injured the group’s main security guard, Leo Johnson.

Corkin, who volunteered at The D.C. Center for the LGBT Community, carried Chick-fil-A paraphernalia along with his handgun.

Mitt Romney issued a statement the same day saying he was “appalled by the shooting.” White House spokesman Jay Carney told the press the president believed violence “has no place in our society” but declined to call the event a hate crime.

The shooting followed a string of escalating anti-Christian hate crimes that included “angry queers” throwing rocks through the windows of Mars Hill Church in Oregon, vandals desecrating a Christian school before a pro-family awards ceremony, and WWE professional wrestler CM Punk telling supporters of marriage to commit suicide by drinking bleach. 

Malloy established himself as one of talk radio’s most profane progressives after working as a writer and producer for CNN from 1984-7

In April, Mike Malloy blasted the “child-raping sons of b——es in the Catholic Church…and your scum, the Nazi Pope.”

Earlier this year Malloy asked how anyone could join the Roman Catholic Church, an organization he claimed “encouraged the extermination of six million Jews.” He encouraged Rick Santorum to “call Francis Cardinal George out in Chicago, and maybe you and he can get together for a cup of hemlock.”

At the height of the Planned Parenthood-Susan G. Komen controversy, Malloy stated that then-Komen Foundation vice president of public policy Karen Handel “is the type that would take every Jew in America and crucify him. She is the type that would take every Muslim in America and execute him.

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