Obama’s Army BANS Christian War Hero From Prayer Breakfast For This INSANE Reason…

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na/military 10/21/2003 Photographer: Courtesy US Army Caption: Lieutenant General WILLIAM G. BOYKIN

na/military 10/21/2003 Photographer: Courtesy US Army Caption: Lieutenant General WILLIAM G. BOYKIN


Retired Lt. Gen. William “Jerry” Boykin, a 36-year Army veteran and longtime member of the special operations community has an outstanding military service record and has served this nation Honorably and with the utmost humility.


  1. Was the United States Deputy Under Secretary of Defense Intelligence 02-07
  2. 13 years Delta Force , including 2 years as Delta Force Commander
  3. 1980  Iran hostage rescue attempt
  4. 1992 Hunt for pablo Escobar in Colombia
  5. Black Hawk Down Mogadishu, Somalia


These are just a few of the high profile offices and missions Lt. Gen. Boykin has been part in.   Boykin also served as Deputy Director of Special Activities for the CIA, and was promoted to Brigadier General. Lt. Gen Boykin has a distinguished career that includes:


  1. Army Distinguished Service Medal
  2. Defense Superior Service Medal with three oak leaf clusters
  3. Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster
  4. Bronze Star Medal
  5. Purple Heart with oak leaf cluster
  6. Air Medal
  7. Ranger Tab
  8. Special Forces Tab


Fort Riley, KS, kicks off “Victory Week” on Monday June 7th and ends June 13th.  On Monday they had Lt. Gen. Boykin scheduled as a guest speaker for Monday morning, June 7th.

Fort Riley , Sgt. Mike Lavigne stated on Wednesday “due to a number of scheduling conflicts … the breakfast will be rescheduled for a later date.”


On Tuesday morning, Military Religious Freedom Foundation founder Mikey Weinstein sent multiple emails to 1st ID commander Maj. Gen. Wayne Grigsby on behalf of his advocacy group, demanding the leader “immediately withdraw” Boykin’s invitation. Weinstein’s email included a report from another MRFF staffer on Boykin that brought up, among other issues:


  1. The General’s statements while in uniform comparing the global war on terrorism to a holy war against satan.
  2. Widely reported remarks, also during his time in service, that he had confidence in an engagement with enemy forces led by a Somali warlord because “I knew my God was bigger than his.”
  3. Statements regarding Islam, “not just a religion, it’s a totalitarian way of life” and should not receive protection under the First Amendment.


The above issues were well known by Fort Riley Brass before Lt. Gen. Boykin was invited to speak at the morning’s prayer breakfast.  Sgt. Mike. Lavigne made a public statement after Boykin was removed from the day’s activities, “ Retired Lt. Gen. Boykins credentials as a Soldier and leader speak for themselves and his 36 years of service to our nation are worthy of our respect and admiration.”  and went to add, “ Fort Riley is a diverse community and will pursue the invitation of a different speaker for the prayer breakfast once it is rescheduled.”


Wersinsteins group, consists of over 41,000 members have also been accredited for removing bibles from several “missing man table” displays.  Designed to honor prisoners of war and troops missing in action, that are located on military and Veterans Affairs Department property.

Lt. Gen. Boykin called one VA official’s decision to remove the Bible “disgraceful” and showed “a poor knowledge of the Constitution.”

This is simply another example of Obama’s racism within our military that is against Christianity and Constitution in the United States.  We find ourselves in a pivotal time in our Nation and Officers such as Lt Gen. Boykin are leading the way regardless of the opposition and Islamification of the United States by Obama.

AFF’s Huny Badger is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.

He is currently a Warfighter Up DJ on The Warfighter Radio Network.


God Bless.



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