Conservatives have known all along that Barack Hussein Obama is far-Left because of his far-Left friends and associates (Bill Ayers, “Rev” Wright, Valerie Jarrett….). But during the ’08 campaign, many otherwise sane Americans — including even supposedly conservative pundits such as David Brooks and Christopher Buckley — deluded themselves into thinking that Obama was The One.
Now that he’s president, Obama is revealing his true colors in his extra- and anti-constitutional appointments of “Czars.”
Obama’s “Green Jobs Czar” Van Jones is the best known. The publicity that conservatives generated about Jones’ communist beliefs led to his sudden resignation.
Alas, Van Jones was only the most visible of this cast of far-Left nut-jobs.
There’s Obama’s “Regulatory Czar” Cass Sunstein who, among his other far-Left ideas, wrote in a 2006 paper that interpretation of federal law should be made not by judges but by the beliefs and commitments of the U.S. president and those around him.
Then there’s Obama’s “Science Czar”John Holdren who wrote in a college textbook that compulsory abortion and forced sterilization are Constitutional in conditions of emergency, such as famine brought about by global warming.
Obama’s “Diversity Czar” Mark Lloyd wants an affirmative action so radical, it’s no longer affirmative action. Lloyd thinks white people should step down from positions of power to make room for blacks and other people-of-color.
Now, the spotlight should be cast on Kevin Jennings, Obama’s “Safe Schools Czar” – a “special advisor” in the White House responsible for helping formulate policies designed to keep US public schools “safe and drug free.” Jennings’ official title is Assistant Deputy Secretary who directs the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools under US Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan.
But Jennings should give parents and all of us pause, for the following reasons:
- Jennings hates God. In a book on his childhood, Mama’s Boy, Preacher’s Son: A Memoir (Beacon, 2006), Jennings wrote that he blamed God for his feelings of guilt and shame. When he fully embraced a gay lifestyle at age 17, he bid God farewell with the words, “Screw you, buddy,” and began a deep-seated hatred of God and Christians. Jennings wrote that he came to this “new attitude toward God” following a masturbatory experience that was prompted by fantasies of two “hot guys” taking off their shirts in his home.
- Jennings is a former drug abuser.
- Jennings is a highly influential homosexual activist who, as the cofounder and executive director of the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), developed and advocated classroom curricula for public schools that would re-educate school-children to embrace homosexuality. GLSEN leaders say they specifically target children as young as kindergarten in order to begin a “saturation process,” that forms the imagination with positive impressions of the homosexual lifestyle, and so pre-cognitively influences the way a child perceives the world and makes judgments on right and wrong. During his tenure as GLSEN’s executive director, Jennings also promoted homosexual conferences that featured GLSEN presenters hosting extremely graphic and detailed workshops to teenagers about all the mechanics and variations of homosexual intercourse.
- As a school counselor, Jennings failed to report a statutory rape. In 1988, a 15-year-old sophomore high school student named “Brewster” confided to Jennings that he was having gay sex with an adult man whom the boy had met in a bus stop bathroom. This was statutory rape. Instead of reporting the abuse as he should according to a state law, Jennings encouraged and counseled Brewster on maintaining his “relationship” with the adult male.
- Jennings admires an advocate of NAMBLA (North American Man-Boy Love Association). In a 1997 speech, Jennings expressed his admiration for Harry Hay, one of America’s first homosexual activists who launched the Mattachine Society in 1948, founded the Radical Faeries and was a longtime advocate for the North American Man-Boy Love Association, NAMBLA.
- Jennings hates Christians whom he calls “the religious right.” He told a gathering of fellow activists in 2000 that conservative-minded Christians were “hard-core bigots” who should “drop dead.”
Sources: H/t loyal GiovanniWorld member Steve!