It turns out that the belief that liars caught in the act can just hide for a few weeks and then start their conspiracy tirades over, unchanged, is much more prevalent in the extremist fringe than was previously thought.
Following on the heels of Larry Pratt and Todd Starnes, the Family Research Council's Jerry Boykin reiterated his repeatedly ridiculed claim that President Obama is using the military to introduce communism.
Boykin said there is "no question" that the White House is to blame for the supposed "persecution of Christians" in the military (another conspiracy theory that has been repeatedly debunked), which he claimed all part of an effort to create "a society moving to Marxism."
"This is the Marxist model," said Boykin, "if you go back to what Karl Marx said, he said my objective is to dethrone God and destroy capitalism, he also said religion is the opiate of the masses, because we are moving through the socialist agenda to really becoming a Marxist nation, you have to destroy the idea or concept of unalienable rights, which is what we were founded upon, our rights come from God, not from man, not from government."
It needs to be stated that, unlike Pratt or Starnes, there is no possibility of Boykin simply being a gullible moron. There should be no doubt that Boykin is well aware what he constantly alleges is 100% false.
This is because Boykin is a former Lieutenant General, and the military's policies regarding faith and respect for it back when Boykin was in uniform are no different from the way they are now.
Boykin, from personal experience, knows that his "evidence" of Christian persecution should not be treated as such. That rules out the possibility of him being an idiot and leaves behind only one alternative explanation for this behavior:
Jerry Boykin is a fraud.