Tuesday, March 13, 2012

David Axelrod's Communist and Commie-Inspired Mentors

David Axelrod, the Chicago-based political operative who serves as Barack Obama's Svengali has long been rumored to be a "Red diaper baby," i.e. one brought up from childhood by Communist parents and mentors.
Axelrod, the man who whispers in Obama's ear
was mentored by David Canter, a Soviet Agent

Now, Paul Kengor a professor of political science at Grove City College has published an exhaustive analysis of Axelrod's mentorship by people with strong Communist Party USA ties, including one who was brought by his American Communist family to live in Stalin-era USSR and who was later deemed an agent of the Soviet Union by an arm of the US Congress.

The 12 page article appears as the cover story of the March issue of the American Spectator and it makes for riveting reading.

Axelrod got his start as a big-time reporter for the Chicago Tribune on the recommendation of leftist Don Rose. Axelrod had previously worked for the Hyde Park-Kenwood Voices, a local paper owned by Rose and David Canter, the Soviet educated son of overt American Communists, who was himself deemed a Soviet agent by the Democrat-controlled Congress of the 60s.

These were the people who forged Axelrod, the man who whispers in Obama's ear.

The American Spectator article is likely the most in-depth look at the Communist influences on Obama's key operative that will appear in print.

It analyzes everything from Axelrod's mother's work for the communist infiltrated New York PM publication to his own key role in electing Harold Washington Chicago's mayor.

It is well worth reading. Especially since the Chicago Tribune, New York Times and Washington Post regularly do puff pieces on Obama's guru without even hinting at facts which point to his undeniably deeply red roots.

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