Thanks to the efforts of Sandy Rios’ producer Guy Benson, I’ll be playing some Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn audio from 2007.
Don’t miss it.
Nearly 30 years after surrendering to police, Ayers and Dohrn, both in their 60s, are tenured university professors whose work on school reform and juvenile justice have won them bipartisan respect….
In Chicago, however, Ayers is considered so mainstream that Daley issued a statement on Thursday praising him as a “distinguished professor of education” and a “valued member of the Chicago community.”
Did the Washington Post do anything to investigate what Dohrn and Ayers were saying even last year?
Here’s one clip of Ayers last year describing America in 2007:
Empire resurrected, and unapologetic, war without end. An undefined enemy that is supposed to be a rallying point for a new kind of energized jingoistic patriotism. Unprecedent and unapologetic military expansion. White supremcy changing its form, but essentially in tact. Attacks on women and girls –violent attacks. Growing surveillance in every sphere of our lives. On and on and on. The taregting of gay and lesbian people as a kind of a scapegoating gesture, to keep our minds off of what is really happening.
This is the Post’s view of “mainstream?”
Did the reporter just call Obama supporters and not do any research at all?