Kansas Shooting Suspect Praised Ron Paul, Said ‘Elect Obama’ in 2010 Radio Interview

In what surely won’t be the last revelation in the internet vapor trail of Kansas shooting suspect Frazier Glenn Miller, Jr., radio host David Pakman has unearthed a lengthy 2010 interview with the man who would go on to be arrested for deadly shootings at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City and Village Shalom in Overland Park, Kansas. A lost-cause U.S. Senate candidate in Missouri at the time, Miller spent most of the interview ranting about the Jews, but also praised Ron Paul, and declared President Obama the winner in a game of “Elect, Deport, Waterboard.”

Pakman has re-posted the interview, along with an introduction explaining how he came to realize that the man he interviewed was the same man who was arrested for killing three people in Kansas on Sunday. The interview begins at about the 2:30 mark.

At around the 8:45 mark, Pakman asks Miller about his 1987 arrest and conviction on felony weapons charges. After stating that he was “proud” of the arrest, Miller tells Pakman that everyone in congress ought to be in jail, “if not hung from a sturdy oak,” but that “Ron Paul is the only independent politician, Representative, in Washington.”

He also had praise for Louis Farrakhan and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and when asked at the end of the interview if he would “Elect, Deport, or Waterboard” President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, and Alan Greenspan, Miller replied “I like Obama more than the other two, by far.”

“Elect Obama, deport Greenspan, and waterboard Biden,” Miller added.

Pakman has also published more recent emails between himself and Miller.