Joe Biden Elevates Former Obama WH Comms Director Who Praised Mass Murderer Mao Tse Tung to Leadership Role in His Ailing Campaign

Anita Dunn

Joe Biden went missing from New Hampshire on Thursday and spent the day at his home in Wilmington, Delaware huddling with his closest advisors trying to figure out a strategy moving forward after taking a “punch to the gut” in Iowa this week.

Biden came in 4th place in the Iowa caucuses and even with the Democrat establishment purposely delaying the results to shield him from the searing headlines, Biden’s camp is dying a slow death.

According to various reports, Joe Biden and his advisors were discussing shifts in management and personnel to help save his ailing campaign.

So Biden decided a winning strategy would be to elevate Anita Dunn, a radical leftist who previously praised mass murderer Mao Tse Tung as one of her “favorite political philosophers” to a leadership role in his campaign.

Mao Tse Tung murdered up to 70 million Chinese last century, according to most accounts.

Watch Anita Dunn tell students at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School near Washington that Mao is one of her favorite philosophers:

Anita Dunn is a longtime Biden advisor and worked as the Obama WH Comms Director until she stepped down in 2009 shortly after the video of her praising Mao surfaced.

NYT reporter Jonathan Martin: Anita Dunn elevated to leadership role Joe Biden’s camp, per internal email. A longtime Biden adviser, Dunn had focused on comms strategy. But the VP knows he needs to make changes – and there may be more

“Two Biden sources tell us that Anita Dunn now has final decision-making authority – not Greg Schultz, the current manager. This is a major shift. And it’s one that’s being greeted enthusiastically by some on Team Biden,” NYT added.

Anita Dunn also helped Harvey Weinstein strategize before the NY Times published a massive investigative story exposing Weinstein’s sexual abuse and harassment of Hollywood starlets.

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