Past Features

December 26, 2012

The Selling Out of America
Jesse Jackson joins Mike Garcia and Eliseo Medina of SEIU in support of strike by mostly illegal alien janitors in Los Angeles, April 4, 2000 (American Patrol)
Glenn Spencer, American Patrol Report -- December 26, 2014  
    On April 4, 2000, Jesse Jackson led a march called Justice for Janitors. The march was organized by the Service Employees International Union headed by Andy Stern. The janitors were mostly illegal aliens who had replaced the mostly black janitors in downtown Los Angeles in the early 80s - driving wages down.
    On May 15, 1992, Edward Litwak of the Center for Strategic Studies, wrote in the New York Times, "From Jesse Jackson on down, wider political ambitions induce black leaders to betray the uppermost interest of their poorest followers in order to coalesce with Hispanic groups that oppose all serious efforts to contain immigration."
    Andy Stern is a communist. So is Barack Obama. Back in 2009, Stern visited the White House more than anyone else. During these visits Obama and Stern laid out a plan to legalize millions of illegal aliens who would become the bulwark of a new communist movement in America, led by the SEIU.
     Having put the finishing touches on the plan, Stern resigned from SEIU in 2010 to stay out of the limelight.
    Black leaders, including Jesse Jackson and Barack Obama have sold out their followers for greater political power.
    The question is: Are white leaders doing the same?

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