In a recent House Committee hearing on immigration enforcement, each of you saw fit to delve into Sheriff Paul Babeu’s appearance on the Political Cesspool radio program in 2010.Just what his appearance on our show has to do with immigration enforcement is a mystery. But, for whatever reason, you took advantage of the stage to attack me, former combat medic and registered nurse Eddie Miller, and our radio show.
I am proud to say that the Political Cesspool radio program is pro-White. We have seen the destructive effects of forcing different races and cultures into close association with each other, and we have seen that in almost every instance, White people suffer terrible consequences from it. We hate no one for their skin color, but we think that all people – including White people – have the right of free association with their own people without being insulted or threatened. We deplore violence, save for self-defense. We wish only the best for all races, but we are especially concerned with the welfare and existence of our people – just as Mr. Cohen is especially concerned with the welfare and existence of the Jewish people, and just as Mr. Jeffries is especially concerned with the welfare and existence of black people. There is a Congressional caucus for every race and ethnicity, yet not one for White people. When someone wants to establish advocacy for European Americans, they are immediately and viciously pounced upon and subjected to the vilest venom and toxic rhetoric imaginable. Even on college and university campuses, efforts to establish White Student Unions are portrayed as the actions of “White supremacists.” We at the Political Cesspool reject the notions that White people are not entitled to advocacy and are not entitled to the benefits of ethnic cohesiveness enjoyed by every other race.
Your source of information about me and the Political Cesspool is the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a thoroughly discredited organization whose reputation has never survived journalistic investigation. Calling itself a “civil rights organization that tracks and monitors hate groups,” the SPLC is actually a money-making machine that applies inscrutable and dubious criteria to brand as “racist” people and organizations that they target for demonization to donors. The SPLC doesn’t “monitor” hate groups; it manufactures and markets them via fund-raising scare campaigns. But their ill-gotten gain has consequences beyond bank accounts. In 2012, the SPLC inspired Floyd Corkins II to take his Glock and a backpack full of Chick-Fil-A sandwiches to the Family Research Council headquarters in Washington, D.C. and open fire. Corkins said he wanted to kill as many conservatives as possible, and rub the sandwiches over their dead faces. Say what you will about me and my co-hosts and our radio program; but we have no blood on our hands, as the SPLC does.
Finally, while you both made conspicuous efforts to solicit Sheriff Babeu to disavow and separate himself from his appearance on the Political Cesspool, neither of you pointed out his stunning hypocrisy in being “the face of Arizona border security nationally after he started stridently opposing illegal immigration” even as he was carrying on a homosexual relationship with an illegal alien. Had we known he was such a hypocrite, as well as a degenerate, we never would have invited him, for he is unworthy of our audience. If anyone was sullied by his appearance on our show, it was us.
Founding Host, The Political Cesspool Radio Program