Obama Advisor Linked To Boycott Of Glenn Beck Show

Is this what Obama meant by “post-partisan,” healing the divide, doing things differently in Washington, hopenchange?

A racially charged activist group called “Color of Change” founded by Van Jones, a special advisor to the Obama Administration, is trying to silence popular radio and Fox News personality Glenn Beck by calling for a boycott of Beck’s TV advertisers.

On July 28th, Beck made a comment on the Fox & Friends morning show about Obama’s reaction to the arrest of Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr. During the discussion of “Professor-Gate,” Beck connected the President’s past association with Rev. Jeremiah Wright to Obama’s comment that Cambridge police officer, Sgt. James Crowley, acted stupidly. Though Beck acknowledged most of the Obama administration is in fact white, he concluded that the President’s world experience made him a “racist.”

Now “Color of Change” has bullied at least five of Beck’s big advertisers — SC Johnson, Progressive Insurance, Geico, Procter & Gamble and Nexus Lexis — to pull their ads from Beck’s national cable program. Jones, the founder of “Color of Change,” was named Special Advisor for Green Jobs at the White House Council on Environmental Quality — a key administrative post — this past March.

And thus continues a long string of assaults on private citizens by Obama and the people around him. Joe the Plumber, Rush Limbuagh, Sean Hannity, Nancy Reagan, Special Olympians, people who watch Fox News, people with Bibles and guns, and virtually every Conservative with his little DHS right wing extremist report, among others.

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