An American former pro football player, now turned radio talk show host, has been consulted about the Ig Nobel Prize-winning research on the so-called “gay bomb”.
In 2007, the Ig Nobel peace prize was awarded to the Air Force Wright Laboratory, Dayton, Ohio, USA, for instigating research & development on a chemical weapon — the so-called “gay bomb” — that will make enemy soldiers become sexually irresistible to each other. [For details of that research, see the report: “Harassing, Annoying, and ‘Bad Guy’ Identifying Chemicals,” Wright Laboratory, WL/FIVR, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, June 1, 1994.]
On the Family Research Council’s Washington Watch, host Craig James took a call from a listener who asked him if it was possible that the Pentagon had secretly used a “gay bomb” on America, leading to a rise in the number of openly gay people in the country, reports Right Wing Watch.
According to the caller, identified as “Tom,” if you Google “Pentagon gay bomb” you will discover an article stating that the Pentagon was using “certain chemicals and aphrodisiacs to spray — and to put on the soldiers so they are attracted to other men as a weapon in wartime.”
“My question is, and I wonder, did some of those techniques get used on the American people? Just a thought,” Tom asked.
The former NFL running back, turned conservative talk show host, stammered a bit before replying, “I don’t know anything about that. That’s the first I’ve ever heard of it, it sounds kind of out in left field, like you said. It’s out there for sure.”
James then turned the conversation around, blaming the country’s ills on turning away from the Bible.
Craig James — whose full name is Jesse Craig James — shares a name with a great figure in American history. He was recently in the news for identifying Satan as being in league with his (James’s) former National Football League team, the New England Patriots. CBS reports details of that, under the headline “Former Running Back Claims ‘Satan’ Played Role In Patriots Support Of Gay Marriage“.