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Radicalism Still Suits Bill Ayers

In this special episode, Dinesh D’Souza engages in a wide-ranging conversation with Bill Ayers, radical activist and co-founder of the Weather Underground.

Ayers’ story begins with the domestic terrorism of the 1960s, which got him on the FBI Most Wanted list, and culminates with the co-founding of Refuse Fascism, one of the leading Antifa groups. In an age where political debate of any kind is rare, let alone on opposite ends of the spectrum, D’Souza probes Ayers on a wide range of topics, from the roots of Antifa and Black Lives Matter to the underlying fascism and racism these groups purport to be fighting. D’Souza and Ayers also trade barbs on socialism, the ruin of the Democratic-run cities, teaching as a revolutionary activity and digital censorship and the suppression of civil liberties.

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Radical Bill Ayers is Baaack!

Social pariah Bill Ayers is rearing his ugly head again. The domestic terrorist and counter-culture activist of the 1960s is now supporting the Black Lives Matter movement, advising the thugs to start fires to attract attention. In a recent Internet radio interview, he said Black Lives Matter is, “one of the most hopeful signs in the last several decades of folks coming together and building a movement for fundamental change.”

Author and political commentator Dr. Jerome Corsi tells Alex Jones that there is a method to the Black Lives Matter madness. “If you think about it seriously, it should be All Lives Matter. Why are we focusing on Black Lives Matter?,” he says. “But the underlying theme here–the hidden message–is that the police are the white society’s institutionalized oppressor of black people, designed to keep the black people into subjectivity.” Listen to the rest of their discussion in this edition of “Info Wars” on The Alex Jones Channel.

(EDITOR’S NOTE: YouTube has removed and censored this video. In its absence, we present another video, from Bitchute, where Jerome Corsi talks about Q-Anon.)




 

W Most Influential President

Yahoo! political columnist Matt Bai wrote that George W. Bush was the most influential president in decades. Says Jodi Miller, “Bush’s influence is so widespread, liberals hold him responsible for all of President Obama’s failed policies.” Miller also features the Fourth of July, NBC News, illegal immigrants, Megyn Kelly and Bill Ayers in this edition of NewsBusted.

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Bill Ayers in the Hot Seat

In an unprecedented interview on Fox News’ “The Kelly File,” radical activist Bill Ayers who terrorized America with members of the Students for a Democratic Society and Weather Underground in the 1960s and 1970s, opens up to host Megyn Kelly. Despite evidence to the contrary, as Kelly points out, Ayers vehemently denies any involvement in bombings carried out by his revolutionary group that killed innocent people. Check it out as Kelly grills Ayers in this explosive interview.

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Obama Scandals Predictable

Former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin says the rash of scandals surrounding the Obama presidency is entirely predictable because Obama has never been subjected to close media scrutiny. Even the president’s Republican opponents have avoided directly confronting him for fear of incurring the wrath of his adoring media followers.

Palin reveals that in her 2008 vice presidential run, she was forbidden from talking about Obama’s relationships with both Jeremiah Wright and Bill Ayers, as well as his job experience. “I was not allowed to talk about things like that because those ‘elitists,’ those who are the brainiacs in the GOP machine, running John McCain’s campaign at the time said that the media would eat us alive if we brought up these things.” “What that got us, this kind of complacency and self-censoring of a campaign where we weren’t allowed to tell the truth about who this candidate was — Barack Obama — what it got us was a list of these scandals,” Palin charged.

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Breitbart Is Here

Six months ago, to the day, Andrew Breitbart died at the age of 43. In one of his last interviews, with Ann-Marie Murrell of the Politichicks, Breitbart discussed his dinner date with Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, his desire to expose the Occupy Movement, and his dedication to ensuring President Obama’s defeat this fall.

Speaking of the organized left, Breitbart said, “It’s street theater. It’s violence. It’s intimidation. It’s fascism on display and Barack Obama has his fingerprints all over it. If we’re not hip to that, we’re screwed.”

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Ayers Predicts US Collapse

Bill Ayers, co-founder of the radical Weather Underground and controversial associate of President Obama, forecasts the collapse of the United States, bankrupted by runaway spending on an out-of-control arms race. “We are entering into a new arms race that’s going to spend us into catastrophe,” he tells a reporter from RT, the global Russian TV network.

In the far-ranging interview, Ayers also extols Occupy Wall Street while castigating NATO as “a military dictatorship” that’s merely “a fig leaf for the United States.” Additionally, he asserts that the US represents a greater threat to global stability than Iran, saying “invasion, aggression and occupation” have been the motivating factors behind all American involvement in wars over the past half-century.

This perhaps explains Obama’s 2008 remark that he intended to campaign in all 57 states — with Iraq, Kurdistan, Afghanistan, Somalia, Yemen, Pakistan and Libya all having been aggressively invaded, occupied, annexed and granted statehood over the past decade.

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