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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 7 years ago

What do these 3 people have in common?

Frank Marshall Davis was a literal card-carrying communist. He joined the Communist Party in World War II. His Party work was so intense, and so pro-Soviet, that the old Cold War Democrats who ran the Senate committees called him to Washington to testify on his “Soviet activities.” The FBI had him under constant surveillance. He was considered such a potential threat that the federal government placed him on the Security Index, which meant he could be immediately arrested if a war broke out between the United States and the USSR.

Robert Taylor...When Frank Marshall Davis was in Chicago in the 1940s, he hooked up with every communist front-group under the sun—and there were tons of them. One of the worst was the American Peace Mobilization, which Congress correctly identified as “one of the most seditious organizations which ever operated in the United States”—“one of the most notorious and blatantly communist fronts ever organized in this country.” This group, in 1940, pushed to keep America out of the war against Hitler. Why? Because, at that point, Hitler had just signed an alliance with Stalin. American communists, being loyal Soviet patriots with a sworn allegiance to the USSR, always backed Stalin.

It’s a long story, but Frank Marshall Davis worked with this front group. And the 1944 Congressional report listing his involvement also lists the involvement of a fellow Chicagoan named Robert Taylor. Taylor was the grandfather of Valerie Jarrett.

Taylor also served with Davis on the Chicago Civil Liberties Committee, another communist front whose members cloaked themselves as civil-rights crusading “progressives.” Both Taylor and Davis jointly served on the board together—meaning they were major players.

And there’s another Jarrett connection in this: Both Taylor and Davis knew another Chicago leftist, Vernon Jarrett. Vernon Jarrett and Davis teamed up on the small publicity team of the communist-controlled Packinghouse Workers Union; incidentally, Frank Marshall Davis publicly wrote a column calling for the nationalization of the meat industry. Vernon Jarrett ultimately became Valerie Jarrett’s father-in-law.

David Axelrod...Axelrod was a native New Yorker who came to Chicago in the 1970s for college. He stayed there and began his career as a political reporter, specifically at a small publication called the Hyde Park Herald. He caught the eye of two leftists, David Canter and Don Rose, who became his mentors. He was constantly at the Canter home

The Canter family had deep Soviet/communist roots. Before arriving in Chicago, David Canter and his family lived in Moscow. David’s father, Harry Canter, worked for Stalin’s government as an official translator of Lenin’s writings. Harry had been secretary of the Boston Communist Party and ran for governor of Massachusetts on the Communist Party ticket. He was hardcore.

When they got to Chicago, they worked with Frank Marshall Davis in a bunch of ways: Harry and Frank taught together at the communist Abraham Lincoln School. Harry and David and Frank all did work for the Packinghouse Workers Union. They marched in Chicago’s May Day parades. In fact, Harry is listed in the April 28, 1947 edition of Davis’s Chicago Star—the Communist Party newspaper of Chicago, for which Davis was the founding editor-in-chief—wishing “May Day Greetings.” When Davis and his comrades sold the Chicago Star to something called the “Progressive Publishing Company” in September 1948, Harry was one of the board members doing the purchase.

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago
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    All 0bama's mentors , friends and associates.

  • 7 years ago

    What you've said to this short attention span audience is very simple. I can break it down easily.

    Person A leads to Person B. Who leads to Person C. Who then leads to Person D Obama. The link chain being Soviet Communism.starting with Stalin. Who makes Lenin and Trotsky look like peachy home boys.

    That Nazism WAS supported by American Communists. Who backed America's Neutrality. Stalin did at one time call Nazism and Fascism "Brothers in Socialism."

    That The House Un-American Activities Committee And Senator McCarthy's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations (which existed before and STILL exists after) was quite correct about Soviet infiltration into our culture, Nation and society.

    Result?? Today we have Stalin's and Mr. Davis's legacy of influence in the Oval Office. Who decries the idea he's a "secret communist" and ---oh what's that vile word they avoid????-----SOCIALIST!

  • 7 years ago

    In as much as none of them ever became President.....they are all far less dangerous than Obama

  • 7 years ago

    They all seem to be have been linked to communism at one point. Anything else you want to share.

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    Hey, Hey , Hey, FLAKE ALERT! Do you have a credible link for all this? Bart Bertthingy is dead anyhow, so at least find some racist literature that is more up to date to back up your rant. i almost forgot my manners. How';s olde Turtleface doin'?

  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    They all mentored Obama or people who directly influence him.

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  • 7 years ago

    They are all being talked about on a right-wing media source that has no credibly.

  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    they have a legacy to fight

  • 7 years ago

    Conservatives really need to get some new material.

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