Sunday, March 4, 2018

Quickies: Remember

     For some time now, the education establishment of the United States has been influenced heavily from within by Weather Underground leader Bill Ayres. If you remember Larry Grathwohl, who entered the Weather Underground as a paid FBI informant, you might remember this bit of his testimony:

     (Applause to Mike Hendrix for the memory refresher.)

     Ayres remains a Communist: a sworn enemy of the United States and its market economy. Recently, one of Alex Jones’s InfoWars representatives caught up with Ayres and asked him, point-blank, about that bit if testimony – and whatever you might think of Jones and InfoWars, what follows is a recording:

     Does it look to you as if Ayres is willing to discuss his past – the bombings, the murders, the street violence, or the Weather Underground’s plan to “re-educate” millions of peaceable Americans – and to murder as many millions as necessary to thwart a “counter-revolution?”

     Do you remember, on the fateful day of Tuesday, September 11, 2001, the front page of the New York Times carrying a photo of Bill Ayres standing on an American flag?

     Do you remember Barack Hussein Obama straining to disavow any connection to Ayres – “just a guy around the neighborhood” — although they had worked together in the Annenberg Challenge, and later served together on the Woods Fund board, and although their wives had worked at the same law firm, and although the kickoff party for Obama’s first political campaign had occurred in Ayres’s living room?

     And do you remember, during the 2008 presidential campaign, how passively the media accepted Obama’s claim that he had no connection to Ayres or his convictions?

     Keep those tidbits in mind as you endure the media’s unending assaults on President Donald J. Trump.

1 comment:

Col. B. Bunny said...

Ayers is pictured with a red star. Had it been a swastika the world would have come to an end but a symbol of a far more destructive and diabolic political force is received with indifference.