Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist and Patriot.
Vernon Jerrett was the father-in-law of Valerie Jarret, a communist, Obama’s number one advisor.
American Communist Party 1919-1946
Frank Marshall Davis, like Obama, found himself, his career, and his political calling in Chicago.
It has been alleged that Frank Marshall Davis is actual father of Barack Obama, check the facial characteristics and mannerisms below.
It was there in the 1940s that he first began working for communist front-groups, joined the Communist Party, and wrote for and became the founding editor-in-chief of the Chicago Star, the city’s Communist Party newspaper ,where Davis kicked off the newspaper with a column (July 6, 1946) pledging to advance “fundamental change.”
In these capacities, Davis, Obama’s mentor, would work with the political ancestors of Van Jones, David Axelrod and Valerie Jarrett.
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Khalid al-Mansour and his ‘terrible, horrible, not good, very bad’ luck with dear friends and reporters
There have been lots of interesting responses to last week’s column about Dr. Khalid al-Mansour, but none more interesting than the response of al-Mansour himself.
1979 article by Vernon Jarrett about Khalid al-Mansour
The Vernon Jarrett syndicated column of Nov. 6, 1979, that appeared in the St. Petersburg Evening Independent. It originally appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Nov. 2. This image was pieced together from screen shots of the St. Petersburg Independent page available for viewing in the Google Newspaper Archive. Jarrett was the father-in-law of Valerie Jarrett, President Obama’s closest adviser.
I accidentally put al-Mansour back in the national spotlight with my column about a 1979 article by Chicago Tribune writer Vernon Jarrett that stated unequivocally that al-Mansour was trying at that time to put together a massive aid program to benefit minority colleges and students with money from Arab countries.
Just two days after my column appeared, al-Mansour was doing damage control — telling Buzzfeed.com that he had never talked to OPEC Secretary General Rene Ortiz about setting up the $200 million fund, as Jarrett had reported — and that indeed he had never even talked to Jarrett about the topic.
That, of course, would make Jarrett either a liar or a charlatan, which considering his distinguished 50-year career in journalism, including long stints at both the Chicago Tribune and the Sun-Times, seems highly unlikely, but one of the time-honored rules of good journalism is that you have to tell both sides of the story, so I want to make sure that Khalid al-Mansour’s story gets told to my readers.