Overland Park Kansas Shooter Admired Max Bluementhal's Anti-Semitic Writings

In “Kikes gone wild by Jew Max Blumenthal,” VNN forum members praise a Blumenthal video that features unflattering interviews with Israelis.

Frazier Glenn Cross Jr., who is better known as F. Glenn Miller Jr., the 73-year-old avowed racist and anti-Semite accused in the shooting deaths of three people outside Jewish facilities in Overland Park, repeatedly praised the anti-Semitic, anti-Israel writings of author Max Blumenthal.  

A Washington Free Beacon search of VNN forum an anti-Semitic site run by the accused killer found over 300 references to Max Blumenthal, with many threads praising his activism against Jews, pro-Israel Americans, and the Jewish state.

Max Blumenthal is insightful & sometimes funny,” one thread is titled, with a forum member stating, “I respect Max Blumenthal more than I do ‘White Christian Zionists.

A forum member with the username “Kind Lampshade Maker”—and over 8,200 posts—started a thread titled “Jew Max Blumenthal has something good to say about Palin,” citing a Blumenthal claim that former Alaska Republican Gov. Sarah Palin has ties to white supremacists.

In “Kikes gone wild by Jew Max Blumenthal,” VNN forum members praise a Blumenthal video that features unflattering interviews with Israelis.

Another thread promotes a video by Blumenthal whose title is so fitting for the neo-Nazi forum that it was posted under the title Blumenthal himself had for it: “How To Kill Goyim And Influence People.”

A thread started by the alleged Kansas murderer himself is titled, “Israel Forming Super PAC to Attack [Ron] Paul and [President] Obama.” Cross cites an appearance by Max Blumenthal on the Kremlin propaganda network RT in which Blumenthal claims that the Emergency Committee for Israel, a Washington-based nonprofit group, is in fact a front for Benjamin Netanyahu and is attempting to subvert the American political system.

As previously reporte​d by TruthRevolt, Max Blumenthal’s writing, including his latest book Goliath, stretches beyond a simple criticism of the Jewish State and into the realm of anti-Semitism. It includes chapters linking Israel to the Nazis, with titles such as “The Concentration Camp,” or “The Night of Broken Glass,” and others equally disturbing, like “How to Kill Goyim and Influence People."

The Nation's Eric Alterman pointed out these issues in a column about Blumenthal's book entitled, "The ‘I Hate Israel’ Handbook​." And in a report written by Petra Marquardt-Bigman for the Brandeis Center For Human Rights, it was revealed that Blumenthal's vitriol has been used by other hate sites such as the neo-Nazi internet forum Stormfront and Rense.com, which according to the Anti-Defamation League often links “to some of the most virulent anti-Jewish writings on the Internet.”

Max Blumenthal's father Sidney Blumenthal is a close adviser to Hillary Clinton.