Hillary Clinton has proudly received the endorsement of the Communist Party USA! Why do I say “proudly”? Well, as far as I know, she has never denounced the endorsement.
Communism is a hateful, envious political philosophy which has led to the deaths of millions of people worldwide.
“You recall the Communists, yes? The folks who produced Stalin and Mao [and Putin]? The advocates of a political philosophy that is described in The Black Book of Communism as being responsible for ‘between 85 million and 100 million’ deaths? in ‘the most colossal case of political carnage in history.’ Ring a bell? The Soviet Union? The Cold War? The Iron Curtain? Korea? Vietnam? The Khmer Rouge? Come on, you remember.” —USNews.com
I’m betting most of you never heard that Hillary received this endorsement. Why? Because Hillary’s media refused to cover they story and they didn’t want to give a black eye to their candidate.
Writing for NewsBusters.org, Jeffrey Lord notes,
“So with all this attention to Trump on David Duke, surely you read the news about John Bachtell, right? He endorsed Hillary, and the headlines were everywhere. Oh, wait, sorry. Mr. Bachtell’s Hillary endorsement was apparently not newsy enough to make the mainstream media headlines. Curious, yes? If the endorsement of Trump by the ex-head of the Ku Klux Klan is big news, one would expect a Hillary endorsement by the [current] head of the Communist Party USA would be a big deal as well.”
Seriously! The Communist Party’s racist policies in Russia during the reign of Stalin led to the murder of millions of Jews in a bloody frenzy that made Hitler and the Nazi’s green with envy.
Just to be fair, The Washington Times ran a brief story (and by brief I mean a few paragraphs), but it wasn’t picked up by the lame-street media. And even though the article was brief, there are a few quotable mentions.
Communist Party USA Chairmen John Bachtell “…said in a lengthy essay for ‘People’s World’ that America needed a third political party committed to uphold labor — but until that time comes, communists ought to work with Democrats, especially in the coming elections.” — WashingtonTimes.com
“It’s true both parties are dominated by Wall Street interests … [but] the Democratic Party is also home to labor, African Americans, Latinos, other communities of color, women, most union members, young people and a wide range of social and democratic movements … [and] labor and other key social forces are not about to leave the Democratic Party anytime soon…This necessarily means working with the Democratic Party,” Bachtell wrote. — ibid.
Though most Democrats would not be full-fledged Communist, the Communist Party USA has a kinship with them due to the extreme socialist tendencies within the DNC.
Socialism is the first and kissing cousin of communism. And it was the Democrat Party in which Bernie Sanders found his base of support.
“…the communist goal wasn’t to ‘build the Democratic Party,’ but rather ‘the broad people’s movement led by labor that utilizes the vehicle of the Democratic Party to advance its agenda.” — ibid.
“And the way to do that, he said, was to grab the support of those ‘people that can help shape election contours and debates … [and] building movements in the electoral arena.’” — ibid.
Where is the outrage?