Before seeking the White House, Barack Hussein Obama made no real efforts to hide the fact that he was trained and mentored by a number of socialists, communists and Marxists, or whatever you want to call them.
In his book, Dreams from My Father, Obama wrote about how he was so influenced by a number of socialist teachers. He also wrote that his dearest mentor was the socialist activist Frank Marshall Davis. Obama recounts how he intentionally surrounded himself with socialists and Marxists. Even some of his appointees have been socialists.
So why should former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani be taking so much flak over stating what Obama himself wrote?
Last Friday, Giuliani told the New York Daily News:
“Look, this man was brought up basically in a white family, so whatever he learned or didn’t learn, I attribute this more to the influence of communism and socialism [than to his being African-American].”
“I don’t [see] this president as being particularly a product of African-American society or something like that. He isn’t. Logically, think about his background … The ideas that are troubling me and are leading to this come from communists with whom he associated when he was 9 years old.”
“From the time he was 9 years old, he was influenced by Frank Marshall Davis, who was a communist.”
None of what Giuliani said is new. He didn’t say anything that Obama himself has admitted either verbally or in writing. Yet, the Democrat turned Independent turned Republican has been lambasted by not only democrats but by Republicans, political pundits, the media and even the public. There have even been reports that Giuliani has received death threats for telling the truth about the infidel occupying the White House.
Eric Schultz, White House Deputy Press Secretary commented:
“It was a horrible thing to say.”
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio called Giuliani’s comments a ‘cheap political trick’ and said it was pitiful.
Errol Lewis with CNN commented:
“Several times in recent months, America has been treated to a spectacle that New Yorkers grew accustomed to — and sick of — a long time ago: an outburst from ex-mayor Rudy Giuliani that is equal parts ugly, thoughtless and divisive.”
Jenée Desmond-Harris, a reporter on law and politics for Vox, responded to Giuliani’s statement, saying:
“In fact, there are plenty of people who have long been committed to buying the story created in 2008 about how Obama is an outsider, when it comes to his feelings about the country, his religion, and even his very citizenship. Giuliani’s words simply tapped into something that many are all too happy to believe: that Obama is somehow not one of us and fundamentally different (in a way that could potentially be scary).”
It just goes to show that Obama’s socialist supporters don’t like to hear the truth, even if it’s what Obama has already revealed. In spite of overwhelming evidence from Obama’s own words about his socialist background and his actions which clearly demonstrate his hatred for America and his desire to destroy the nation we all love.
Obama’s supporters remind me of a horse wearing blinders, drawing a wagon behind it without having the slightest idea of what’s in the wagon or anything else going on around it. The horse moves along to the commands of its owner, oblivious to what the owner is doing or planning on doing. So blindly following Obama as he proceeds on his course of destruction and the creation of a socialist nation.