Fort Riley Cancels Delta Force Hero’s Prayer Breakfast Speech

FOX NEWS — A Kansas military base abruptly canceled an upcoming prayer breakfast that featured retired Lt. General Jerry Boykin after complaints were lodged that Boykin is anti-Muslim and anti-gay.

Military Religious Freedom Foundation founder Mikey Weinstein told Army Times that Boykin’s invitation had caused great angst among soldiers at Fort Riley – leading some to break down in tears.

“I have clients of ours weeping on the phone about this,” he said.

Weeping? Oh, please.

“I sincerely doubt that America can expect to win wars if the people who are tasked to do so are frightened by an old retired general with biblical views and a testimony of faith,” Boykin told me.

Boykin, an original member of Delta Force and an executive vice president of the Family Research Council, was scheduled to deliver remarks at a June 6th prayer breakfast. The event was set to be held in conjunction with the 1st Infantry Division’s Victory Week celebration.

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One thought on “Fort Riley Cancels Delta Force Hero’s Prayer Breakfast Speech

  1. Unbelievable. Soldiers in tears because the Lt. General Jerry Boykins’ faith. Men crying. What has the US Military come too. Perhaps these cry babies need a safe room.

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