Skip to comments.The Washington Post Sugarcoats Obama's Communist Mentor
Posted on 03/26/2015 3:47:33 PM PDT by afraidfortherepublic
Someone in the mainstream press has finally bothered to look into Frank Marshall Davis, the Communist Party member who influenced a young Obama from 1970-79, the long period of our current presidents adolescence. It took Rudy Giuliani to call out Davis for the media to at long last hazard a look. As soon as Rudy dared do so, he naturally became the story rather than Obama or Davis. The story became Rudys outlandish claims rather than Daviss outlandish politics or the outlandish reality that the current leader of the free world had a formative influence who was a devout communist who joined the Party under Stalin.
The article was published by the Washington Post in the form of one those fact check thingies. Conservatives no doubt assume that the Posts final judgment was as preordained as a Soviet show trial. Yes, there would be the appearance of an investigation, with a limited degree of evidence presented, but, in the end, the verdict was predetermined. Really, can you imagine the Washington Post running a headline like this? Rudy Was Right: Young Obama Influenced by Communist Party Member.
Yes, you can stop laughing.
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
Not to mention that some people think Obola looks a lot more like Davis than he does Obola,Sr.
If Frank Marshall Davis had been elected President in 2008, would he have done anything different than Obama? I think not.
The media has always whitewashed Communists and Communism. From Walter Duranty to the present day, they have proven their unwillingness to calla Communist a Communist.
Instead, they smear anyone who tries to fight Communism, especially domestically.
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