A new report from Accuracy in Media, authored by myself and Cliff Kincaid, explores the question of whether or not President Obama, his campaign, and his staff, are the most racially divisive administration in recent memory.
Here is a very brief excerpt from the 5,000+ word report:
The morning after Election Day, 2008, The New York Times proclaimed that Barack Obama’s victory had swept “away the last racial barrier in American politics.” However, as the President’s first term draws to a close, a case can be made that the historic election was anything but post-racial; rather, it has been the most racially polarizing presidency in modern times.
This article is meant to examine in-depth, the racial, if not racist, agenda of the Obama administration. The new evidence about the racist influence that Frank Marshall Davis had over Barack Obama puts these matters in a new and frightening perspective. Seemingly spontaneous comments Obama has made on racial matters take on a new significance in view of the Kengor book and his revelations about Davis and Obama.
The upcoming election will likely see an escalation of racial tactics on Obama’s part…
The investigative report, titled Reason to Hate: Barack Obama’s Racist Roots, explores the relationship a young Barack Obama had with Communist Frank Marshall Davis, points out specific instances where the President has governed along racial lines, examines how the ever-friendly media has portrayed race in America and this administration, and outlines how Democrats are actively using ‘race training’ as a way to win elections and push their agenda.