October 8, 2014 9:43 am -

Republicans have compared President Obama to just about everything, as long as it’s a bad thing, like Ebola, but on Alan Colmes’ radio show Tuesday night Larry Klayman made the jaw-dropping claim that Obama is “equally as bigoted” as the Ku Klux Klan. Klayman said that “every action the President takes seems to be based on his race.” Klayman alleged that Obama wants the police officer’s ‘head on a stick’  who shot and killed a black unarmed teenager in Ferguson.

[su_center_ad]Klayman compared America’s first black President to the Klan “Because he’s making us pay a price,” he said. “You know it’s not you or your kids, it’s not our fault that people before us had slavery, that was wrong. And we tried to correct that.”

Before comparing Obama to the KKK, Colmes asked the Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch founder about his birther theories since Klayman is circulating a petition in order to have the Usurper deported, because Kenya.

“We can go do the birther thing on a number of levels here,” Colmes said. “First of all, this is pretty much adjudicated in terms of two birth certificates, two newspapers in Hawaii weeks after his birth making the announcement, and how about the fact that his mother was American, which would automatically make him an American citizen, having an American mother?”

Klayman responded, “First of all, it’s never been adjudicated…Secondly, with regards to publishing things in newspapers, that was a common practice in Hawaii for people who wanted to set their kids up to be permanent residents or citizens.”

“So they phoned it in from Kenya to two newspapers?” Colmes asked.

Klayman remarked, “Why not, we got Ebola from Liberia, why can’t we have that phoned in from Kenya?”

“So I see, so phoning in a birth to two Hawaii newspapers is akin to Ebola coming to the United States from Liberia,” Colmes responded.

Klayman said, “You’re playing with me Alan.”

“That’s what you said, I’m repeating what you said,” the radio host responded.

Later in the show, Colmes remarked, “You can disagree with his policies, you can think he’s taken the country in the wrong direction, but to impute him with some kind of evil intent? Really?”

Klayman said Obama is evil. “He does have evil intent, because what he’s doing is, he’s doing exactly to people other than his own people what he didn’t want to have happen to his people. That is evil. It was evil when the Ku Klux Klan did it, it was when J. Edgar Hoover tried to destroy Martin Luther King,” he said.

Colmes asked,  “Are you trying to compare Obama to the KKK?”

Klayman declared, “It’s evil that he’s trying to destroy Christians, Jews, and whites.”

Colmes asked again, “Are you comparing Obama to the KKK?”

To which Klayman admitted, “I am. I am. He is as equally as bigoted as they are.”

Colmes asked, “Exactly how? Exactly how is he comparable to the KKK?”

“Because he’s making us pay a price,” he said. “You know it’s not you or your kids, it’s not our fault that people before us had slavery, that was wrong. And we tried to correct that.”

Klayman also said that blacks have more rights than whites do, just after previously saying he is not a racist. When Colmes asked what rights blacks have that whites don’t, he came up empty.  He tried to assert that Obamacare is racist, and has to do with covering blacks only. Klayman went on to call the President a racist.



D.B. Hirsch
D.B. Hirsch is a political activist, news junkie, and retired ad copy writer and spin doctor. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

47 responses to Larry Klayman: Obama Is Just Like The KKK Because He Wants Darren Wilson’s ‘Head On A Stick’ (Video)

  1. NW10 October 8th, 2014 at 9:51 am

    Wait just a minute!

    Larry Klansman wrote an op-ed for WND saying President Obama was “siding with his black brothers in Ferguson” and was surprised President Obama didn’t rename the White House “the Black House,” and now Klansman is comparing Obama to the KKK?

    • Mike Butkus Jr. October 8th, 2014 at 9:57 am

      Chisel all the bullshit away and you expose core driven hate, the racist. Right birthers?

  2. m2old4bs October 8th, 2014 at 9:58 am

    Why any media gives Klayman any time is beyond me. The lunacy that is Klayman is complete in its utter idiocy. Phoning in the birth from Kenya to Hawaii? Get real. Seriously, get that head out of the ass dude. But then that can be said about all of his myriad statements. Klayman is a vile and sorry example of a human being.

    • Dwendt44 October 8th, 2014 at 1:22 pm

      True for sure.
      The birth announcements are given to the newspapers by the hospital, not phoned in by the parent(s).
      Of course, now the real radical nuts are claiming his mother wasn’t his mother.

    • granpa.usthai October 8th, 2014 at 2:16 pm

      the locals in Kenya tell a tale of a young male that was found floating in an inflatable basket and taken away to become a great king in a far away land. He is suppose to be able to travel the world in a flying palace and gets to eat whatever he wants by ordering white servants.

  3. mrbigstuff October 8th, 2014 at 10:15 am

    Coming from a guy who sued his on mother,What a racist scumbag.

  4. forpeace October 8th, 2014 at 10:47 am

    Larry Klayman is a con man, he even pretended to be a Veteran which he is NOT, he is an opportunist who works for Freedom’s Watch a lobbying organization that was founded by 12 people and surprisingly one of those people is the most notably Sheldon Adelson (under investigation for corruptions,) another freeloader group that has been applying for tax exemptions under 501(c)(4) in the name of Social Welfare for years!

    Larry Klayman is the founder of Judicial Watch, has sued an incredible amount of people, ranging from the Clinton administration to his own mother, and has also filed a lawsuit against New Times, claiming “defamation.”

    In October 2013, Klayman posing as a VETERAN participated in GOTP’s efforts to shut down the government over Obamacare, along with Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, and Half Governor aka Sarah Palin to protest the closure of national parks and war memorials at the Million Veterans March. The Tea Party was out in full force, with attendees waving giant Confederate flags in front of the White House and speakers calling for President Obama to “put down the Quran” and “come out with his hands up.”

    Note: However, the original organizers of the veterans’ march were displeased with the Tea Party’s co-opting of their protest. On the Million Vet March homepage, the organizers suggest a local organizer invited Tea Party and Birther groups against the wishes of the veterans:
    “The political agenda put forth by a local organizer in Washington DC was not in alignment with our message. We feel disheartened that some would seek to hijack the narrative for political gain. The core principle is about all Americans honoring Veterans in a peaceful and apolitical manner.”

  5. arc99 October 8th, 2014 at 10:50 am

    And right wingers keep claiming that race has nothing to do with criticism of the President.

    As far as I am concerned, you deniers are worse than Klayman. He gets to hide behind your phoney outrage when supporters of the President call out the very real bigotry that is endemic in the criticism of people like Larry Klayman.

    Race is most certainly a big part of the criticism of the President for some people. Anybody who is either too stupid to see that, or too immoral to care is part of the problem.

    • Skydog2 October 8th, 2014 at 11:07 am

      “right wingers keep claiming that race has nothing to do with criticism of the President”

      Who said that? I’m sure race is part of the criticism of Obama just like it was for Bush.

      The question is how big a part, you claim it’s a “big” part. Do you have proof or are you acting like Klayman and pull s#it out of your @ss?

      • Anomaly 100 October 8th, 2014 at 11:17 am

        “Racism” with Bush. Good Lord, you’re not very bright.

        • R.J. Carter October 8th, 2014 at 11:54 am

          Neither was Kanye when he did it.

          • tracey marie October 8th, 2014 at 1:41 pm

            did what, made a stupid statement that people ignored and laughed at?

          • arc99 October 8th, 2014 at 2:21 pm

            precisely.. we laugh at our extremists.

            right wingers encourage theirs to run for Congress.

          • tracey marie October 8th, 2014 at 2:22 pm


          • Anomaly 100 October 8th, 2014 at 2:38 pm

            Oh Gawd, I used to be a fan of us, before he lost his sh*t.

      • forpeace October 8th, 2014 at 11:20 am

        What are you talking about Bush and racism?!

      • arc99 October 8th, 2014 at 12:02 pm

        What more proof do we need than Klayman’s own words. and speaking

        of pulling sh*t out of your a$$, you are going to tell me that in a country where 43 out of 44 Presidents have been white, that President Bush was subjected to criticism based on his race? Are you out of your mind?

        You come to this forum and daily attempt to change the subject away from the very real point that the right wing is infested with flat out lunatics. These are not fringe anonymous bloggers, but prominent people who have the ear of major media as well as elected leadership. Lunacy to this degree accepted in the corridors of power should be of concern to everyone. But no, You spend more time criticizing the participants in this forum than the dangerous wackos who have the ability to impact policy in this country.

        Now you are so desparate to change the subject you attempt to claim that a white President was subjected to criticism because of his race.

        Who demanded President Bush’s birth certificate? No one

        Who questioned President Bush’s religion? No one

        Who demanded President Bush be deported? No one

        Who accused President Bush of not being American? No one.

        Who is pulling sh*t out of their a$$es? right wing apologists

        I said it was a”big part” for “some people”. I trust that denials from a top-rated media star and a United States Senator will answer your question of “who said that

        Some links to refresh your conveniently selective memory on “who said that”–Obamas-critics-moved-by-frustration–not-racism

        • Skydog2 October 8th, 2014 at 1:57 pm

          “What more proof do we need than Klayman’s own words”

          Klayman is 1 white person out of 200,000,000. You’ll need to identify quite a few more racist before it becomes “big”.

          From your link: “O’Reilly acknowledged that some people dislike Obama because of his race, but said the number is insignificant.”

          • arc99 October 8th, 2014 at 2:20 pm

            you distort my words. I said a “big part” for “some people” Klayman certainly qualifies as some people.

            and the number is not insignificant when that one person has the media access and political connections to impact policy.

            I am not going to sit here and catalog the prominent media and political people who have expressed sentiments similar to Klayman. I do not care whether or not you are convinced. You want to simply dismiss the impact of race regarding the criticism of this President, you go right ahead.

            Just another illustration of the mindset of conservative America and why the black community votes 90% Democratic. A party whose ideological base makes it very clear that our concerns are completely disregarded is not a party that will earn support.

            Keep that in mind the next time you hear some right wing ideologue ranting about blacks being on a “Democratic plantation”.

          • tracey marie October 8th, 2014 at 2:22 pm

            teabaggers are more then one , racism is the only reason for the hate, period

          • jasperjava October 8th, 2014 at 9:34 pm

            You want us to identify a few more racists?

            Practically every post you make on the subject of race reveals your contempt for African-Americans.

            You’re the one who said you were proud of being white. You said that Blacks who are concerned about racism within the Secret Service were racist.

            You’re the worst type of racist bigot: one who is too stupid to even realize you’re a racist bigot. At least the vocal white supremacists know what they are. You don’t have the same capacity for self-awareness.

        • Skydog2 October 8th, 2014 at 2:00 pm

          Obama faced questions that he predecessors didn’t (e.g. birth certificate). But so did every other president. For example, did anyone question Obama’s national guard duty?

          • arc99 October 8th, 2014 at 2:13 pm

            Barack Obama did not serve in the national guard. There was nothing to question. Your hypothetical makes no sense.

            There were questions about President Bush’s service as there were for John McCain, John Kerry and Al Gore.

          • tracey marie October 8th, 2014 at 2:21 pm

            because he is black, no one questioned mccains

        • Bunya October 8th, 2014 at 2:56 pm

          Don’t forget, they also demanded to see President Obama’s college transcripts. After all, a black man getting into Harvard or Columbia??? Something wrong there.

      • tracey marie October 8th, 2014 at 1:40 pm

        kenyan, usurper, birthers,teabaggers, their signs and posters of racist comments, the songs, e-mails, law suits…all proof of why the right hates Obama. I did not get into the death threats and simian comments about the President and his family. Just watch fox slop or go to any right wing site

        • Skydog2 October 8th, 2014 at 2:01 pm

          “I’m sure race is part of the criticism of Obama.”

          • tracey marie October 8th, 2014 at 2:19 pm

            again with the denial of the obvious, race is the biggest part of the HATE, not critism of the President.

    • AKRNC October 10th, 2014 at 1:06 pm

      The double standard used by the RW’ers for President Obama is blatantly obvious. When President Bush was in office, it was considered treasonous and unpatriotic to speak ill of the President during a time of war. It would demean our troops and make us look bad in the eyes of the rest of the world. That idea flew out the window when President Obama was elected. RW’ers decided from day one they would not cooperate with President Obama on anything. No bills passed, no nominees supported, anything he wanted to get done or through Congress was to be turned down despite the fact that they would be hurting the country and its economy. That didn’t matter. It was party first. I really believe they thought they could blackmail President Obama into giving up the office of President and making sure a Republican won in 2012. See how well that worked out for them? We’ve succeeded despite them but their actions are still seditious because the country would be doing far better if they had worked with the President. They have only hurt themselves.

      Imagine if Congress worked w/PBO, lowering the deficit even further than it has been, creating more jobs, increasing wages & working towards a solution to all the problems in the Middle East? Congress would have approval ratings through the roof because they did their job! I know it sounds like a foreign concept at this point in time but it’s the reality of what could and would have happened. RW’ers chose to step on the American people even further, taking away the right to vote from those who were legitimate voters by requiring new forms of ID, reducing voting days and early voting, then had the nerve to brag about how this would insure a Republican win! Some judges have forced them back and they have to rescind these ass-backwards plans. However, there are still states where it’s being enforced. We have a lot of work left to do but please get out and vote in November, it’s the only thing that will save our country.

      Let’s show these idiots that we still support President Obama despite their constant smearing of him by idiots like Klayman, Taitz, and other birthers. Their lies have been thrown out of court on a repeated basis and for good reason, there is NO truth to any of what they claim.

  6. forpeace October 8th, 2014 at 10:51 am

    This is coming from a con man and the notorious “Birther” aka Larry Klayman who is under investigation by Arizona State Bar:

  7. Skydog2 October 8th, 2014 at 11:10 am

    People like Klayman and Farakhan should be ignored.

    • forpeace October 8th, 2014 at 11:25 am

      So, all these idiots such as Klayman who have lots of supporters and followers who believe in every single nonsense they spew to brainwash people should be ignored?

      I don’t think so.

      I know what you’re trying to do, that is a new tactic using by right-wing posters and trolls, I have seen similar comments such as yours claiming it is completely fine for these ignorant people to misinform the public, and they ask liberals to ignore them. As long as they talk, we will expose them.

      • R.J. Carter October 8th, 2014 at 11:54 am

        And yet the advice for dealing with trolls is to ignore them.

      • Skydog2 October 8th, 2014 at 11:58 am

        Perhaps ignored was the wrong choice, I should have said “not be taken seriously”.

  8. MaryJane Mccarthy James October 8th, 2014 at 11:27 am

    This guy is a unhinged hater who needs to spend a long time in a mental health facility.

    • granpa.usthai October 8th, 2014 at 1:54 pm

      Kinda reminds me of what ISIS is all about!

  9. R.J. Carter October 8th, 2014 at 11:55 am

    I didn’t see President Obama calling for the death of Darren Wilson.

    • tracey marie October 8th, 2014 at 1:38 pm

      I may be wrong but I do not recall him making any kinds of statements about the incident in any detail

    • granpa.usthai October 8th, 2014 at 1:53 pm

      It’s in a secret archive of Fox News. They’re probably waiting till right before the 2016 elections to release it sos as to throw the election too Romney.

  10. tiredoftea October 8th, 2014 at 1:14 pm

    Other than it’s a Fraud Spews outlet, I really don’t understand why this delusional clown is given air time. Every time he gets to spew his vile nonsense there is someone who listens and believes him and he convinces himself that he is right because he is invited to talk about his hatred in public. Treating him as a sane person with a valid viewpoint is wrong.

  11. Dwendt44 October 8th, 2014 at 1:24 pm

    When a judge dismisses a law suit with prejudice, it’s been ‘adjudicated’.

  12. tracey marie October 8th, 2014 at 1:37 pm

    And he has a following of equally ridiculous and angry white people because of their racism

  13. granpa.usthai October 8th, 2014 at 1:51 pm

    K K Klayman should know what he’s talking about. Being a secret Muslim and spy for ISIS, K K Klayman is attempting to destroy US by creating hatred for our FREELY ELECTED 2X by the people, POTUS. Also, he knows darn well the calls to Hawaii from Kenya on 04081961 was to congratulate Stanley Ann Dunham – a US Citizen – for sneaking a young male infant into the USA via Hawaii (who would ever know -or suspect).
    As K K Klayman shows US his ugly WHITE RACIST mug, always be reminded that he is a secret gay ISIS spy, brought in by the Marion Gordon Robertson 700 to infiltrate the Christian Religion and turn brother against brother in order to collapse the Christian Faith through a bunch of legal mumbo jumbo mix matched signals in a secret Islamic dialect (what they call speaking in tongues) and radiating people by having them place their hands on activated television sets. K K Klayman is as EVIL as his ISIS spy boss!

  14. tracey marie October 8th, 2014 at 2:25 pm

    klaymann, bachmann, palin,mcconnel,teabaggers,rwnj,wnd,fox slop,brietbart,stormfront,gop,and a multitude of other sources are racist towards the President. All rw people, places and sites

  15. Bunya October 8th, 2014 at 2:48 pm

    Wow! First he’s a member of the Muslim Brotherhood and now he’s a black white supremacist? That’s outstanding! Between planning to destroy America and attending KKK rallies, where does he find the time to take care of presidential responsibilities?

  16. Halou October 8th, 2014 at 8:14 pm

    Whether it is out of ignorance or them projecting their own dangerous intentions, people like Klayman always seem to assume that the President is granted unlimited power to interfere in policing and judicial decisions at all levels in America.

  17. AKRNC October 10th, 2014 at 1:40 pm

    Every claim that Klayman makes in his ridiculous “petition” has been thoroughly debunked. The selective service registration dashed birther hopes when Sheriff Arpaio received a letter from the director of Selective Service. Arpaio had written to them saying he believed the form was not legitimate due to the numbering on it yet the director wrote to him and told him he was wrong and that the registration was legitimate.

    Klayman spoke about birth announcements being phoned in in 1961 but both the newspapers and the DOH in HI emphasized that the info came only from Dept. of Health, not from outside sources.

    He said the Birth Certificate # is wrong in comparison with other births that occurred before and after Barack Obama in August 1961. However, after looking at several b.c.’s for that time period, they are arranged by alphabetical order, not date of birth. Taitz & Klayman are aware of all of this but they still push it as if it’s true.

    There were many other claims debunked and can be found at on the pull-down menu. You can get answers to almost anything you’re searching for and it will also help you answer the idiots who still claim there has to be something wrong with PBO. Birthers want to believe this so desperately that they refuse to accept the truth.