I have this thing about Valerie Jarrett. She is joined at the hip with Obama, and spends her days, weaving her agenda with him. I still am puzzled by it, and continue the quest to understand it. She breeches again in the news, and I am once more compelled to post. Its my thing. Many bloggers have “a thing” or subject that they just can’t let go of. This is mine. Before I get to the vid of how great unemployment is for the economy, let us review her sordid past.
Iranian born Valerie Jarrett – the real center of Obama’s inner circle is a great post to start out with if you need a refresher.
Even Obama’s handlers were worried at the time of his running for President, that Jarrett could be a big liability if her background was discovered.
…her ties to Chicago politicians and her Iranian background, and you have a potential nightmare,” says a Democrat media consultant who worked for Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton. Jarrett may be to Obama what James McDougal was to Bill and Hillary Clinton.
It turns out that around this time, Vernon Jarrett was a leader of the Chicago chapter of American Youth for Democracy – the youth wing of the Communist Party.
Chicago communist journalist Frank Marshall Davis was a national sponsor of American Youth for Democracy, as well as being a Progressive Party supporter.
Both Davis and Jarrett worked on the radical Chicago Defender newspaper and in 1948, both served on the publicity committee of the Citizens’ Committee to Aid Packing-House Workers
If you want to know more, just type in Valerie Jarrett in my word press search bar. Here we go with today’s news:
At the Student Summit at North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC, White House Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett speaks about the stimulative effects of unemployment (February 21, 2012.
“Even though we had a terrible economic crisis three years ago, throughout our country many people were suffering before the last three years, particularly in the black community,” Jarrett said. “And so we need to make sure that we continue to support that important safety net. It not only is good for the family, but it’s good for the economy. People who receive that unemployment check go out and spend it and help stimulate the economy, so that’s healthy as well.”