The four words capture the odd, and very personal nature of Gaffney's transformation into anti-sharia warrior.
At first, Gaffney suspects, Norquist's motives were cynical.
Gaffney is well known for seeing the Muslim Brotherhood everywhere he looks.
Gaffney's performance seemed like something out of the McCarthy era—and he himself seemed to embrace the historical comparison.
Both Gaffney and Babeu say they had no idea they were dealing with a purported hate radio show.
Gaffney came in with a heaping platter of his productions and a pitcher of maple syrup.
"Not any one, but some one, and I believe Mulvy is just that some one," retorted Gaffney.
Scanlon pushed open Gaffney's door and entered, followed by Ashton-Kirk.
Frank ran to the door and Gaffney rushed into the room, all out of breath.
Before he had time to tell the cause of his excitement and jubilation, Gaffney and Mulvy were in the midst of the squad.