An anti-Christian group has filed a complaint with the Defense Department’s Inspector General’s Office to investigate a blog, christianfighterpilot.com, and its alleged owner, Air Force Lt. Col. Jonathan C. Dowty, claiming it is in violation of Air Force standards, Military.com reported.
Mikey “Mikey” Weinstein, president and founder of the anti-Christian Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF), who battles against anything that is Christian in the military, said his organization believes the blog is in violation of Air Force standards and the Uniform Code of Military Justice, and is seeking a full investigation after the blog published a piece insinuating incoming Air Force Academy commandant of cadets Brig. Gen. Kristin Goodwin may have lied to join the service.
Mikey “Mikey” Weinstein discovered the power of the Inspector General complaint process way back in 2007. By using the IG, Weinstein is able to loudly file a complaint (a step necessary for fundraising, which pays his salary) and possibly get a reaction from the military — and whether he does or not, he can still claim victory.
The best part? It’s free.
Mikey Weinstein used to say “tell it to the judge,” but it seems even he realized how impotent that made him look, given how long it’s been since the MRFF has seen the inside of a courtroom and how ineffective his “charity” was when it was there. (Weinstein has zero wins and six losses in military/religion cases.) Plus, lawsuits can be expensive, even if the MRFF insisted on finding attorneys who would work pro bono. Now, Weinstein’s rallying cry has diminished to a weak “I’ll file a complaint……….!!!1!1”
Speaking for the MRFF, Weinstein’s research assistant Chris Rodda recently threatened to file an IG complaint against ChristianFighterPilot.com.
Care to know what happened another time the MRFF filed an IG complaint about ChristianFighterPilot.com?
Back in October of 2011, MRFF associate and former USAFA faculty member R. David Mullin was involved in a kerfuffle with the Air Force Academy over accreditation. An article here noting the weakness of Mullin’s complaint (he had essentially outed himself as one of the “anonymous” complainants) apparently raised his ire, so he emailed the Air Force Inspector General — and five other Air Force Generals, including one now known to have been an MRFF “insider.”
While the MRFF was clearly involved in Mullin’s complaint, they never bothered to announce the outcome — because the IG tossed them out on their backs.
This is the way the Air Force IG summarized Mullin’s complaint under the “Nature of Complaint”:
Complainant does not appreciate the subjects [sic] religious views presented on the “Christian Fighter Pilot” blog.
That is an astute summary by the Air Force Inspector General of pretty much everything the MRFF complains about. “Mikey doesn’t like it. Make the Christians stop.”
The accusations reportedly made by Mullins are quoted below, and they should look familiar, as they contain the broad, wild-eyed drama and world-ending panic of a standard MRFF complaint. Naturally, in the Weinstein technique of “throwing mud against the wall and seeing what sticks,” the complaints contain far more than allegations about the USAFA accreditation controversy.
Who is Mikey Weinstein? Read His Own Vulgar Words Hating Christians and Jews in the U.S. Military. Michael “Mikey” Weinstein and his Military Religious Freedom Foundation have been going after everything and anything related to Christianity since the mid-2000s.
In 2013, President Obama’s Pentagon reportedly confirmed consulting the anti-Christian activist before officially threatening to court-martial soldiers who talk about Jesus Christ.
In 2012, Weinstein reportedly sued to force the military to silence Christians five times, and failed in all five lawsuits, with none surviving to trial. Despite his failure he feigns expertise on the Constitution, threatening to sue again.
Weinstein reportedly told one interviewer, “The biggest crime I accuse the religious right of and it’s a blood libel, a crime against humanity is torturing that concept…My response is: F**k you. F**k you. How dare you?”
And in 2008, Weinstein reportedly threatened violence, allegedly saying, “When I see anti-Semitism, I don’t f**king care if I live or die, someone’s going to get a f**king beating.”
Furthermore, the most amazing and disgusting comment by Weinstein was in 2009 when he said, “It’s a fundamentalist Christian-Constitution fight…This represents a perfect, quintessential example of the fact that our United States military has become infused, essentially, with the Christian mirror image of the type of Islam that is pushed by al-Qaida and the Taliban.”
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