Thursday, June 4, 2015

For years now, Barack Obama has been desperately trying to hide his association with infamous communist Frank Marshall Davis, who served as a mentor to the future president during his teens.

In his autobiography Dreams of My Father, Obama lovingly referred to Davis as “Frank” many times in the book. However, when the audio version of the book came out, all references to “Frank” were deleted.

Unfortunately for Obama, a newly surfaced video from 1995 reveals just how close he was with Davis. In the video, Obama is giving a speech at the Cambridge Public Library during his book tour. During his talk, he not only opens up about “Frank,” he also reveals how he “schooled” him on how racist white people are.

Obama describes a passage in his book as “me having a conversation with a close friend of my maternal grandfather, a close friend of gramps, a black man from Kansas, named Frank,” referring to Davis, who had just moved to Hawaii.

“And so I have a discussion with him about the kinds of frustrations I’m having, and he sorts of schools me that I should get used to these frustrations,” Obama continued.

In this passage, Obama goes on to describe his racist worldview, saying that as a teenager he felt that “any distinction between good and bad whites held negligible meaning.” He added that anyone who called someone with this worldview “paranoid” was basically calling them the n-word.

Clearly, much of Obama’s militant racism towards whites can be attributed to Davis, a leader of the U.S. Communist Party who earned a 600 page dossier on his activities from the FBI. He was also on the agency’s “security index,” meaning he could basically be arrested at any time.

Obama can pretend like he wasn’t influenced by Davis as much as he wants, but videos like this prove that they were indeed very close. It’s sickening that we let someone like this into the White House…

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