Trump Continues to Hound Obama
about His Unavailable Life Records
Mr. Super Smart, the smartest guy evah to seek the office of POTUS. Really? Then why are his college transcripts sealed? Trump thinks he knows why.
On Monday, Trump gave an interview to the AP:"I heard he was a terrible student, terrible," Trump told the AP. "How does a bad student go to Columbia and then to Harvard? I'm thinking about it, I'm certainly looking into it. Let him show his records."
Hilariously, CBS News called Trump out on the issue, saying that Trump "provided no 'evidence' of Obama's terrible marks...." Yes, how true. And that's the rub, ain't it, Barry. Trump is demonstrating how not showing the records can be a double-edged sword for Obama. ObamaTeam can say anything they want to about the guy, with no records to back up what they say--but so can anyone else. And Trump is doing it.
In a related story over at GatewayPundit, Jim Hoft has a post about Khalid Abdulla Tariq al-Mansour, a Muslim lawyer and black nationalist who made news in 2008 when it was revealed that he was one of Obama's patrons and had recommend Mr. Super Smart for admission to Harvard Law School in 1988. Al-Mansour, says Hoft, "is an outspoken hater of the United States, Israel, and white people generally. In the 1960s, Khalid Abdulla Tariq al-Mansour, aka Don Warden, was a San Francisco Bay Area founder of a group called the African American Association. Al-Mansour helped establish the Black Panther Party, but later broke with them when they aligned themselves with white radical groups.
From the interview. I don't know who the old black guy is who is speaking. I almost can't follow someone who speaks so slowly, but I'll do my best. Good Lord, who is this guy? Is he brain-impaired? What's with his sloooooow speech pattern? Seriously, it took this man three minutes to speak three sentences.
Crazy old slow-talking man: Mr. Obama. I think he's the brightesss [my goodnesssss, he has that same sort of hissss to the end of his s's that Obama hasss], most wonderful person who has come across the starting line, and I was introduced to him by a friend who's raising money for him. The friend's name is Dr. Khalid Tariq al-Mansour, from Texas. He is the principal advisor to one of the world's richest men. He told me about Obama, he wrote to me about him, and his introduction was, "There's a young man that has applied to Harvard. I know that you have a few friends left there, because you used to go up there to speak. Would you pleassss write a letter in support of him?" That's before Obama decided to run.
[Uh, yeah, duh, that would have been pre-1988, so I guess he hadn't yet decided to run for president. This guy is another super-smart. Who the hell are these people and how have they gotten into such positions of influence?]
And he interjected the advice that Obama had passss [sic] the requirements, had taken and pass the requirements necessary to get into Harvards and become president of the Law Review. That's before he ever ran for anything. And I wrote a letter in support of him to my friends at Harvard saying to them I thought there was a genius that was going to be available. And I certainly hoped they would treat him kindly.
Sycophantic Interviewer: And this is before the World knew of Barack Obama!
Crazy old slow-talking man: That's right. That's right. That's right.
Good holy grief! This guy is saying more than he knows. Obama had passed the requirements necessary to get into Harvard and become president of the Law Review? All in one fell swoop? Gee, I didn't know it worked that way, but I guess if you have such a super genius like you had in Obama, then there's no question that this applicant would three years later become Law Review President. This mediocre student from Columbia. This community organizer. Haha.
The slow-talker being interviewed, the one who wrote the letter for "genius" Barry Hussein Obama, was useful idiot Percy Sutton [maybe I shouldn't be so hard on an old man, but he was allowing himself to be used], a civil rights attorney who represented Malcolm X. Naturally, ObamaTeam immediately denied Sutton's story, back in 2008, when this interview was given: Obama spokesman Ben LaBolt [where is he now, I wonder?] said, "Obama did not know and does not know Khalid al-Mansour." Well, clever. You don't have to "know" someone to have connections with them. Although by now we understand that everything the Obama people say is a lie. Heck, they'll like when they don't have to just for practice.
Sutton died in 2009. You can believe that ObamaTeam wished the old man had died before he gave that interview, but they obviously believed that Sutton's death would flush his statements about Obama's connection to al-Mansour down the memory hole. Thank you Donald Trump for bringing all of this up again.
Watch and listen to the video of Percy Sutton, if you can.
Update. At PajamasMedia, there's an interesting article about al-Mansour, written 26 Aug 2008 by Richard Fernandez: "The wrong man, sir." The article underlines how little was known about Barry Obama even at that point in 2008--and how apologetic people were for even questioning the man. Meh.
Also, Pamela Geller on her website, Atlas Shrugged, was all over this issue 'way back on 27 Aug 2008.