Lately, there's been no shortage of curious commentary coming from former Georgia congresswoman and 2008 Green Party presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney.
During her recent exploits to nations that are less-than-friendly to the United States, McKinney has claimed that JFK, Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. were assassinated by the U.S. government, she has called Libya a better place to live than the United States (because of its free education) and has generally lamented American governance.
But, as McKinney travels to Iran, Libya and other nations that stand firmly opposed to American interests, one wonders: Who's funding these expensive expeditions?
Fox News' "The O'Reilly Factor" decided to tackle this important question, so producer Jesse Watters tracked McKinney and her associates down and asked where the monies were coming from. While she was vague in her explanation, Watters has a theory that may cause some angst: The trips are being paid for by violent, anti-American regimes. Watch a Fox News segment on this situation, below:
Also, watch McKinney's PressTV appearance back in May. While on her trip to attend an anti-terrorism conference in Iran, she defended the Middle Eastern nation and praised the conference's push for peace: