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Cliff Kincaid on Obama’s Radical Influences: Davis, Ayers, Soros

Submitted by on October 4, 2012 – 5:49 pm ESTNo Comment

Accuracy in Media

Cliff Kincaid spoke at the recent AIM conference, “ObamaNation: A Day of Truth,” about several of Barack Obama’s most influential, and radical, influences. Kincaid, the Director of the AIM Center for Investigative Journalism, and associated with AIM since 1978, brought up several “taboo” subjects that the media prefer to ignore. Frank Marshall Davis, Obama’s mentor in Hawaii during his critical teen years, was a member of the Communist Party, as his FBI files revealed. William Ayers, the unrepentant terrorist and a founder of The Weather Underground, was closely associated with Obama in Chicago. Kincaid has been a leader in bringing this information to light.

“The media will not tell you about these, but these, together, constitute the 600 pages of an FBI file on somebody named Frank Marshall Davis,” Kincaid told the audience. “We had gotten these documents, this file, over four years ago. Frank Marshall Davis was Barack Obama’s mentor—perhaps more than that—in Hawaii during his crucial growing-up years, right before he went off to college, for about seven years of his life. This file—we got this from the FBI—showed that this individual, Frank Marshall Davis, had been under FBI surveillance for nineteen years. He was a suspected Soviet agent. He was so important that the FBI said he could be detained in the event of a national emergency.”

This speech was from the same AIM conference where Pat Caddell, Bishop E.W. Jackson, Sr., and Katie Pavlich spoke. We will present more of the speakers in the coming days.

You can watch highlights of Kincaid’s talk here:

Or you can watch the full-length talk, along with Q&A here; or you can watch it here along with the transcript.

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