In June, a reporter from KXLY in Spokane, Washington, asked Rachel Dolezal, president of the Spokane chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, if she was an African American, as she claimed. Dolezal said she didn’t understand and walked away, but national media jumped on the story. Then Dolezal’s parents came forward with the truth. Their daughter Rachel was in fact a person of no color, a white woman. In short order, Rachel Dolezal stepped down from her presidential NAACP post but her case raises questions about a more powerful president.
From the start, multiple mysteries swarmed about Barack Obama, but the old-line establishment media essentially walked away from the tough questions. Barack Obama was elected president though voters knew less about him than any presidential candidate in history. Now, as his second term winds down, the evidence is mounting that the president, like Rachel Dolezal, could be something other than what he claims to be. This centers on his relation to Frank Marshall Davis, an old-line Stalinist.
The 1995 Dreams From My Father devotes 2500 words to someone the author calls only “Frank.” Not once does the full name appear, and in The Audacity of Hope (2006) even “Frank” fails to show up. In The Communist: Frank Marshall Davis: The Untold Story of Barack Obama’s Mentor (2012), Paul Kengor made a strong case that the slavishly pro-Soviet Davis was Obama’s ideological father. The old-line establishment media generally ignored the book, but it duly cropped up again this year.
On March 23, 2015, Washington Post fact checker Michelle Hee Lee authored a piece headlined, “Frank Marshall Davis: Obama’s ‘Communist Mentor?” The fact checker described Davis as a man who “wanted African Americans to have constitutional rights.” He was “associated with the Communist Party” and the FBI said he was a member, but the fact checker found no evidence Davis was a “hard-core Communist who spied for Soviet leaders.” And she found no evidence that Davis remained a “close Communist mentor” who advised Obama “throughout his life.” Hee Lee gave this lingering “assertion” three Pinocchios, a remarkable case of denial.
Also in 2012, Joel Gilbert’s film Dreams From My Real Father, made a case that Frank Marshall Davis was Obama’s biological father. The film charts the many physical similarities between the men and chronicles the relationship between Davis and Obama’s mother Ann Dunham. Gilbert also finds a striking resemblance between Davis’ children Lynn and Mark and the current president of the United States. The film also cites evidence that the president has faked photos and had plastic surgery to hide his resemblance to Davis. Read More: http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/259258/rachel-dolezals-real-life-story-vs-obamas-real-lloyd-billingsley