President Barack Obama’s latest round of appointments includes the head of a nonprofit that gave tens of thousands of dollars to a group run by a convicted domestic terrorist.
Obama nominated Lisa Green Hall to the Treasury Department’s Community Development Advisory Board last week. She is the president and CEO of the nonprofit Calvert Foundation, which gave $30,000 over three years to the Justice Through Music Project (JTMP).
Brett Kimberlin is the director of the JTMP, which “uses famous musicians and bands to organize, educate, and activate young people about the importance of civil rights, human rights, and voting,” according to its website.
However, Kimberlin is also known as the “Speedway Bomber” for a series of eight bombings he carried out in Speedway, Ind., in 1978. He is also a convicted perjurer and has been involved in an alleged campaign of intimidation against his online critics.
Two $10,000 Calvert grants to the JTMP in 2008 and 2010 were marked for “general support.” Calvert gave the group another $10,000 in 2009 for an effort listed as “Stop Domestic Terror campaign to promote racial equity and meaningful democratic process and policy in our country.”
Read More at freebeacon.com . By Lachlan Markey.
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