For eight long years, Barack Obama was the President of the United States. During that time he always portrayed as a saint, someone who would never say or do anything bad. However, we have evidence that before becoming President, Obama used to be really close with communist Frank Marshall Davis.
For awhile, people had no idea who Obama’s self-professed mentor really was because he never used his real name. In his book “Dreams From My Father,” he only mentions having a mentor by the name of “Frank.”
On the other hand, he completely left out this “Frank” character in the audiobook version. Maybe he was trying to hide Frank’s identity, but he left it slip once during his book tour how Frank really was.
In a video from Obama’s book tour, taken back in 1995 at the Cambridge Public Library, after telling how Frank is, Obama talks about how his mentor “schooled” him about how much white people are racist, reports Red Nation One.
Obama said that that part of the book refers to “me having a conversation with a close friend of my maternal grandfather, a close friend of gramps, a black man from Kansas, named Frank.” He added:
“And so I have a discussion with him about the kinds of frustrations I’m having, and he sorts of schools me that I should get used to these frustrations.”
While talking about this childhood, Obama said that any distinction between good and bad whites held negligible meaning, which makes it clear he considers every white person as racist.
For those of you that don’t know, Frank Marshall Davis used to be a member of the Communist Party USA. He is known for managing to accumulate a 600-page dossier of his activities from the FBI as well as place him on the bureau’s “security index,” which means he could have been arrested at any time.
H/T U Republican