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  • Unrepentant Terrorist Bill Ayers Seeks White House Appointment

    Unrepentant communist terrorist Bill Ayers tweeted his interest in replacing departing U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan earlier this month.

    Ayers, a cofounder and leader of the communist revolutionary group, the Weather Underground that conducted a series of bombings and attempted bombings of banks and the United States Capitol, the Pentagon and other government buildings.

    The communist-terrorist group In 1970, of Ayers died in a Greenwich Village townhouse explosion trying to make a nail bomb.

    Three of Ayers’ colleagues in 1970 died in a Greenwich Village townhouse explosion trying to make a nail bomb.

    Ayers fled prosecution for his various terrorist activities. He became a federal fugitive but ultimately avoided all charges because of illegal FBI snooping.

    Ayers admitted in a 2001 book that he participated in bombings of the New York City Police Department headquarters, the U.S. Capitol Building and the Pentagon in the early 1970s.

    President Obama and Ayers are friends and their relationship became a focus of controversy during the 2008 Democratic primary and subsequent general election.

    Despite his friendship with Barack Obama his bid is a long shot

    John King, who is most famous for canceling four town-hall meetings because parents refused to be quiet and listen, is currently the deputy education secretary, is widely expected to replace Duncan when Duncan officially leaves office in December. He will serve in an acting capacity until Obama’s presidency ends and thus avoid a Senate confirmation process.


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