President Joe Biden disappeared for three days and can hardly make it through a 10- or 15-
minute appearance even with a teleprompter feeding him his lines. The Democrat nominee for Attorney General, Judge Merrick Garland, couldn’t answer a simple question as to whether crossing the US border illegally was, in fact, illegal.
These doddering and seemingly inoffensive careerist Democrats mask the Far Left radicals who will be doing the real work of implementing the progressive wish list of the Left wing of the Democratic Party and weaponizing the federal government against conservatives and others who might oppose their agenda.
For example, Biden appointed anti-Israel activist Reema Dodin to serve as one of two deputy directors of his legislative affairs team. Dodin has a long history of attempting to justify Palestinian “suicide bombings” against Israel. Dodin is viewed by many knowledgeable observers as “acting as an agent of influence for the [Muslim] Brotherhood’s operations inside America.”
Biden’s choice of Robert Malley, scion of longtime Leftists, as envoy to Iran is another below the radar radical. Malley is a well-known advocate for engaging with groups and governments — including, over the years, Hamas, Hezbollah and President Bashar al-Assad of Syria — widely considered enemies of the United States and Israel.
Senator Tom Cotton, Republican of Arkansas, condemned “radicals like Malley” who, he said, holds “a long track record of sympathy for the Iranian regime” and “animus towards Israel.”
Then there is Sameera Fazili, deputy director of the National Economic Council, whom Opindia noted is an Islamist and pro-Pakistan sympathizer, who has been a vocal critic of India’s Kashmir policy which aims to foster peace and development in the terror infested region. Fazili is an outspoken proponent of Kashmiri separatism and has often backed radical terror groups in the valley.
Just days after the Indian government had abrogated Article 370, Opindia reported Fazili had organized a terror-tied anti-India protest within the USA. The event was sponsored by Islamic terror groups such as Muslim-Brotherhood front groups, al-Qaeda sympathizers, along with left-wing elements both in India and outside.
Most importantly, she has ties with Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). The CAIR has been vocal about Fazili’s participation in the radical-led protests in India. Unsurprisingly, the CAIR has also expressed its glee over Fazili addressing the press conference with her Hijab.
And as our friends at Powerline wrote a few weeks ago, Joe Biden keeps appointing “czars.” One of them, the Asian policy czar, is Kurt Campbell. Campbell was a former Obama administration official and, more recently, board vice chairman of the U.S.-China Strong Foundation.
According to Alana Goodman, the foundation has promoted the Chinese army and China’s Belt and Road Initiative—deemed a national security threat by U.S. officials. It has also partnered with the Confucius Institute U.S. Center, an educational nonprofit organization that the State Department designated as a foreign mission last summer, citing its promotion of Beijing’s propaganda efforts to academics across the world.
Powerline reports there’s plenty more in Goodman’s report and plenty to support the suspicion that, to quote intelligence analysis Anders Corr, “the U.S.-China Strong Foundation could be a [Chinese Communist Party] front group, or so heavily influenced by the CCP as to be tantamount to a front group.”
And as Powerline pointed out, Campbell isn’t the only China sympathizer Biden has selected for a key foreign policy post. There’s also Linda Thomas-Greenfield, who has been nominated to serve as U.S. ambassador to the U.N.
In a column for the Washington Post, Josh Rogan pointed to past remarks by Thomas-Greenfield on China, some of which she delivered at a Chinese Communist Party-funded Confucius Institute. According to Rogan:
She touted Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative and noted China’s vast expansion into all aspects of African economic and even cultural life. She criticized the Trump administration for treating Africa as a battleground for great power competition. She said the United States and China are not in a cold war. . .Thomas-Greenfield also seemed to excuse Beijing’s debt-trap diplomacy in Africa.
Is Thomas-Greenfield simply naive about China? Maybe. She said she didn’t realize the significance of speaking at the CCP-backed Confucius Institute. That’s not easy to believe, considering her extensive experience in foreign policy, including nearly four years as Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs during the Obama administration.
In any case, her pro-China remarks surely reflected her views. Ignorance would be no excuse for them concluded the Powerline team.
Of the two officials discussed above whom Biden is empowering, however, Campbell is the more problematic wrote Powerline. After all, he will be directly tasked with China policy. And he hasn’t just participated in a Confucius Institute event, he was on the board of a Confucius Institute partner that appears to have been heavily influenced by the Chinese Communist Party.
And we couldn’t let pass this opportunity to identify two of the most radical appointments Biden is masking behind the bumbling façade of Merrick Garland’s appointment as Attorney General.
We’ve already told you about Vanita Gupta, the radical anti-police Obama Justice Department alumnae, nominated to be the associate attorney general.
Gupta is a leader in the left's culture war against America. During testimony before the Senate, Gupta called for leaders to heed calls to “decrease police budgets and the scope, role, and responsibility of police in our lives.” She claims that “[Americans] all have implicit bias and racial bias,” a divisive and ideological belief that jeopardizes the national unity that President Biden promised to deliver.
And let’s not forget Kristen Clarke, Biden’s nominee to head the Civil Rights Division at the Department of Justice. Clarke advocated theories of black racial superiority and anti-Semitism as a student at Harvard in the 1990s and moved on to head the Far Left Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.
As the New York Post reported, in 2018, Clarke signed a letter defending Tamika Mallory, then the president of the Women’s March, after she had been called out for anti-Semitic actions while leading the protest group and for being an ally and cheerleader for Farrakhan.
Rather than apologize, Clarke essentially told the Forward she’d do it again because, apparently, it was more important to show solidarity for a fellow “woman of color” than take a stand against hate, which would be her job if she is confirmed to head the Civil Rights Division at the Department of Justice.
As Jonathan S. Tobin wrote in the New York Post, Clarke’s positions on racial quotas for hiring and college admissions were already troubling. So, too, were her efforts to prevent prosecution of Black Panther thugs who intimidated Philadelphia voters and a corrupt Mississippi political boss. But her radical past and belief that anti-Semites who are black women deserve a pass mean she doesn’t deserve the job.
This short list is just a taste of the anti-American radicals who will be doing the actual work of government while Joe Biden occupies the White House, so don’t be fooled by the doddering old men who front the Biden administration. Behind the bumbling Grand Dads are the most dangerous group of anti-American radicals ever to attack our government from the inside. They will make the Communist penetration of the U.S. government of the 1930s, 40’s, 50s and 60s look like amateur hour and this time there will be no bipartisan House Un-American Activities Committee to expose them.
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