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Tuesday, August 1, 2017
Democrat Who Claims Trump Militarizing White House with Extremist John Kelly Has Deep Links to Communism - Breitbart
The following article
appeared on Breitbart on July 29th
Congresswoman Rep. Barbara Lee, who accused President Donald Trump of
“militarizing” the White House following his appointment of General John Kelly
to White House Chief of Staff, has longstanding ties to communism.
Hat Tip: Kevin Collins
By Ben Kew
On Friday, Lee claimed, “By putting
[General] John Kelly in charge, [President] Trump is militarizing the White
House [and] putting our executive branch in the hands of an extremist.”
Outgoing White House Press Secretary
Sean Spicer condemned the remarks, describing it as “wrong” and “offensive on
Communist magazine People’s Weekly
World reportedly listed Lee as a co-sponsor for a Communist Party USA
(CPUSA) event in 1999.
In 2002, Lee also received
the endorsement of the CPUSA for her Congressional race, alongside former Rep.
Mike Honda. The party’s national board wrote in a report:
The priority labor campaigns deserve
our support. In addition our work will take us beyond these races to election
districts where we have organization and where there are strong pro-labor
candidates, African American, Mexican American and Latino candidates such as
Rep. Mike Honda and Rep. Barbara Lee.
At a 2003 People’s Weekly World
fundraising luncheon, “Each honoree received a special congressional
certificate from Democratic Rep. Barbara Lee, in whose district the banquet was
Keepin' it real!
Following Cuban communist dictator
Fidel Castro’s death last November, Lee said she “was very sad for the Cuban people,” claiming
Castro “led a revolution in Cuba that led social improvements for his people,”
ignoring his legacy of mass murder, totalitarianism, and widespread poverty.
Lee used the death of Castro, who she met with eight times throughout her
career, to attack then-President Elect Donald Trump.