The Obama administration came under fire recently for inviting friend and cop-killer promoting rapper Common to the White House for poetry night.
Common wrote this lovely ballad “A song for Assata” in dedication to Black Panther Assata Shakur, formerly known as Joanne Chesimard, who was convicted for the 1973 slaying of Trooper Werner Foerster on the New Jersey Turnpike.
Common is a friend from Obama’s radical Chicago church.
Yesterday, First Lady Michelle Obama bragged to school children about inviting the cop-killer promoting rapper to the White House.
American Thinker reported:
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The First Lady is not content with corrupting American children at the White House. In a Q&A with British high school girls at Oxford University Michelle continued to promote the rapper Common. Bizarre.
And then we had a poetry night and Common was there. He’s very cute. But everybody from poet laureates to hip-hop folks, being able to mix up the world in that very interesting way, the White House allows you to do that.
A bitter Michelle can’t help getting a dig in about “the White House” allowing her to “mix up the world.” (Did she really go to Princeton?)