Political Grapevine Reports On Obama's Changing ACORN Story & Funneling Cash to Radical Hate Groups
The Political Grapevine tonight mentioned Gateway Pundit tonight when discussing Obama’s everchanging story on ACORN:
From the Grapevine:
The political blog Gateway Pundit reports that Thursday the Web site read, “Fact: Barack was never an ACORN trainer and never worked for ACORN in any other capacity.”
But the Cleveland Leader newspaper discovered documents proving that Obama did work as a trainer for the voter registration group. The Obama camp claims its candidate trained for the position but was never hired.
The Web page now reads, “Fact: ACORN never hired Obama as a trainer, organizer, or any type of employee.”
There was also an interesting report on Barack Obama’s funneling of donations to racist Chicago groups:
Barack Obama reportedly authorized money for education programs with extreme anti-American views during his time in charge of Chicago’s Annenberg Challenge — the organization co-founded by ’60s domestic terrorist Bill Ayers.
National Review columnist Stanley Kurtz writes that in 1996 the Coalition for Improved Education in Chicago’s South Shore received a $200,000 grant from Annenberg. That group was part of the South Shore African Village Collaborative which Kurtz calls thoroughly “Afrocentric” and held what he called “a carbon-copy of Jeremiah Wright’s worldview.”
Kurtz says the group’s curriculum was centered around the rites of passage movement — a form of black nationalism. One sympathetic study conducted by Nsenga Warfield-Coppock in 1992 and published in the “Journal of Negro Education” says the movement came about because American socialization is “genocidal to the African-American community,” and that African-Americans need to “counter the potentially detrimental effects of a Eurocentrically oriented society.”
Sounds like another “hate whitey” group.
But, obviously Barack Obama knew nothing about their toxic racism.