KKLA-FM radio host Frank Pastore claims to be a “Christian” who shares the “love of Christ with people” to show them that “we got what they want.”
During his KKLA-FM radio show this week, Pastore denied he was a racist after censoring a black caller named “Al” by muting him.
Pastore had just gone on a long diatribe attacking President Obama, as he does almost daily, when he took a call from a caller who said his name was “Al.”
Al politely said that he believed there was some “racism” in Pastore because he never has anything good to say about President Obama and refused to address Mitt Romney’s dislike for the 47% of Americans (whom Romney said were “dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe the government has a responsibility to care for them, who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you-name-it… I’ll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives”).
At that point, Pastore said to the black caller: “I’m not gonna let you do a commercial for the Obama campaign. I’m gonna mute you before you get to your other points.”
Pastore then angrily went down his right wing talking points, which included claiming President Obama wanted to turn the U.S. into a European socialist state (Pastore presented no proof) and claiming Obama wanted to raise taxes (even though Pres. Obama has not raised taxes during his four years in office, a fact, even Mitt Romney has admitted).