Obama’s Weather Underground Terrorist Friends in for Hollywood Whitewash
Now that we have a president with numerous ties to the communist terrorists of the Weather Underground (e.g., Bill Ayers, Bernardine Dohrn, and Jeff Jones), it was only a matter of time until the lower dregs of Hollyweird (e.g., ultra-radical moonbat Robert Redford) applied some of the historical revisionism Tinseltown is known for to whitewashing these fiends.
Here‘s what the producers have to say about The Company You Keep (which would have been more accurately named The Company Barack Hussein Obama Keeps):
“This is an edge-of-your-seat thriller about real Americans who stood for their beliefs, thinking they were patriots and defending their country’s ideals against their government.”
Before it goes down the memory hole, let’s review how these “real Americans” went about standing for their beliefs:
In March 1970 the organization issued a “Declaration of a State of War” against the United States government…
Shortly after that Declaration was made public, three members of the Weather Underground accidentally killed themselves in a Manhattan townhouse while attempting to build a powerful bomb they had intended to plant at a social dance in Fort Dix, New Jersey — an event that was to be attended by U.S. Army soldiers. Hundreds of lives could have been lost had the plot been successfully executed.
The Weather Underground went on to claim credit for some 25 bombings over the next several years, detonating explosives at the rebuilt Haymarket statue, a bathroom at the Pentagon, the Capitol barber shop, the New York City police headquarters, and a variety of other targets. …
The Weather Undergound aspired to take over the U.S. government and establish re-education camps in the American southwest; the organization estimated that it would be necessary to kill some 25 million people “die-hard capitalist[s]” who could not be reformed.
As The Blaze notes,
Some of the WU terrorist group’s most prominent members remain belligerent and unrepentant to this day. Blaze coverage of WU co-founder Bernadine Dohrn calling conservatives ‘Racist, Armed, And Hostile,’ can be viewed here. Likewise, Dohrn’s husband and WU co-founder Bill Ayers has unabashedly said that he still does not denounce WU violence.
Given that the movie stars Robert Redford, who glorified psychopathic communist executioner Che Guevara by executive producing The Motorcycle Diaries, even Obama’s old buddy Ayers ought to come out of the movie smelling like a rose.