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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

How Hillary & Communists Helped Dennis Kucinich Get Elected to Congress

And you thought Hillary's comradeship with Huma Abedin was treachery!!

During Dennis Kucinich's 1996 Congressional run, there was considerable controversy over his ties to Communist Party USA member Rick Nagin. Writing in the Communist Party USA paper People's Weekly World Ohio Communist Party chairman, Rick Nagin, detailed the campaign which led to Kucinich's election to Congress:[7]

(L-R) U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) and U.S. Senator Barack Obama (D-IL), are introduced during a Democratic presidential debate at UNLV sponsored by CNN November 15, 2007 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The two hour debate is moderated by Wolf Blitzer.
"The election of Dennis Kucinich in Ohio's 10th Congressional District was a ground-breaking event demonstrating the powerful political potential of a mass, grassroots coalition led by Labor.
Trade unionists and seniors provided the largest numbers of some 5,000 volunteers but many others came from Hispanic, environmental, peace and other organizations.
According to the campaign staff, the volunteers canvassed at least 600 of the district's 750 precincts, some as many as four times. They turned the western half of Cuyahoga County and especially the west side of Cleveland into a sea of 15,000 bright yellow yard signs reading "Light Up Congress! Elect Dennis Kucinich" -[7]
Dennis Kucinich endorses Communist Rick Nagin, 2009
Many organizations also issued their own literature and did their own mailings including the AFL-CIO's Labor '96, the UAW CAP Council, the Sierra Club, and, Peace Voter '96, gay rights and senior groups. The United Auto Workers and the Steelworkers did plantgate distributions.

The Ohio Council of Senior Citizens distributed 12,000 pieces with the positions of Kucinich and his opponent, incumbent Martin Hoke, on senior issues to senior buildings, nutrition sites and bingo games.

Then First Lady Clinton, Congressmen Louis Stokes, Joseph Kennedy and Barney Frank also helped out.
"The coalition embraced many political viewpoints: Democrats, independents, Greens, socialists, Communists, members of the Labor Party, even some disgruntled Republicans. Democratic Party figures, including First Lady Hillary Clinton, Congressmen Louis Stokes, Joseph Kennedy and Barney Frank visited Cleveland to help in the effort."[8]

Charles R. Garry - CA (He is the Black Panther Party attorney that Hillary Clinton worked for on the New Haven torture-murder trial of Alex Rackley. He was also one of the marxist attorneys for marxist Rev. Jim Jones, his Peoples Temple and mass murder in Guyana known as Jonestown.