Obama's Latest Nutjob: TSA Nominee Erroll Southers Says Pro-Life Advocates Are Terrorists (Video)

Just when you thought this administration could not get any weirder…
Barack Obama’s Transportation Security Administration nominee Erroll Southers, who previously lied to Congress in a signed affidavit, now calls pro-lifers terrorists in a recently discovered video.

This is the same guy that will head the organization that screens passengers getting on airplanes.
Life News reported:

President Barack Obama’s nominee to head the agency charged with keeping American travelers safe from terrorism thinks pro-life advocates are terrorists. A new video shows Transportation Security Administration nominee Erroll Southers including pro-life advocates in a list of terrorist groups.

The new video from 2008 shows Southers responding to a documentary-style interview question about terrorist organizations.

The documentary asked Southers, “Which home-grown terrorist groups pose the greatest danger to the U.S.”

Southers explained, “Most of the domestic groups that we pay attention to here are white supremacist groups. They’re anti-government, in most cases anti-abortion, they are usually survivalist type in nature, identity oriented.”

HotAir also points out that he also said that global warming deserves the same parity as the War on Terror man-caused disasters.

And, David Freddoso points out that Erroll blames our relations with Israel and France make us a terror target. This kook rattled off every leftwing nut conspiracy in one interview. Good work.



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