(Editor’s note: watch Part 1 here.)
A campaign-destroying revelation for the Obama campaign was made in August of 2008. Percy Sutton, former civil rights giant, stated on a local New York TV show that Barack Obama’s education at Harvard (and even his appointment as president of the Harvard Law Review) had been funded by “one of the world’s richest men,” via black Muslim radical Khalid al-Mansour.
“One of the worlds richest men” turned out to be Saudi billionaire Prince Alaweed, who eventually poured millions into Ivy League colleges, setting up “Islamic Studies” programs.
The Obama campaign at the time swept the story under the rug by having Ben Smith (then at Politico) call Sutton a dithering old fool, more than likely with dementia, who was confusing Obama with someone else.
From 2008 until several days ago, the allegation lay dormant. But a local reporter in northern Montana, Frank Miel with the Daily Inter Lake, made a shocking discovery. Frank Marshall Davis crony Vernon Jarrett wrote an article in 1979 describing just such an arrangement, entitled “Will Arabs Back Ties to Blacks with Cash?”, whereby Saudi billionaires using OPEC money funneled millions of dollars to black radicals. Who was named as the middle man and quoted in the article? Khalid al-Mansour.
Obama’s denial of having any association with al-Mansour has been further discredited with a video recently uncovered that shows al-Mansour offering the Obama campaign advice in 2008.
Obama has stated that he racked up tens of thousands of dollars in student loans while attending Harvard.
We say to Obama: Prove it.
Prove a Saudi billionaire didn’t bankroll your education.
Prove you don’t bow and coddle the Saudis because they put you through Harvard.
Show us your college records. Show us your student loan records, Mr. President.
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