That was his most famous role, before he left to become a Republican congressman. After he left Congress, he went into radio, with his wife, Catherine (known as Mrs. Fred).
Grandy, a former actor and Republican member of Congress, told AIM, “My wife and I have used our program over the last several months to warn about the spread of radical Islam at home and abroad. Last week, Catherine (known on the show as Mrs. Fred) delivered a very tough indictment against stealth jihad, and for her efforts she was told she was off the show. I then told management without Mrs. Fred at the microphone, I could not remain either and have resigned effective this morning.”The management of the station says simply that Fred quit - it DOESN'T mention his wife. Some are saying that her firing was prompted by Muslim pressure.
Grandy told AIM, “We cannot affirmatively conclude CAIR or any of the prominent Islamic organizations had anything to do with this. We do know, however, in 2005 representatives of CAIR in DC were successful in getting midmorning host Michael Graham fired for anti-Islamic statements he had made on the radio and TV.”
Graham was fired from WMAL after describing Islam as a “terrorist organization” on his program and refusing to apologize or modify the description.I do know that many people are concerned about potential consequences of expressing their opinions about Islam in their workplace. I'm one of them. At work, I'm like Sgt. Schultz, "I know nothing, NOTHING!"