Elder Patriot – Paul Kengor is a political science professor, researcher and author who has focused much of his work on Ronald Reagan, faith and the presidency, the Cold War, and the communist movement.
Last Sunday night he joined host Mark Levin for an hour-long discussion that revealed where the real Russian collusion has been going on and for how long.
After culling through declassified documents, Kengor concluded that former White House adviser to FDR, Lauchlin Currie, “no doubt served the interests of the Soviet Union, and is widely suspected for espionage.”
FDR made a flat promise to “reduce the cost of government operations 25 percent” and called for a sound gold currency (!). Instead, Franklin Deficit Roosevelt engaged in an orgy of spending and implemented the first twelve planks of the Socialist Party platform, which in substance was the New Deal.
Then consider that the central fact of the 20th century is that FDR, at Yalta, delivered 725 million human beings into communist slavery.
According to Kengor, his research showed that in August 1961, 29-year-old Ted Kennedy reportedly dined with Currie . One of the documents he reviewed notes, “Currie’s name had been mentioned in Washington investigations of Soviet spy rings.”
According to Vasiliy Mitrokhin, a KGB official and senior Soviet archivist who defected in 1992, bringing with him a huge cache of documents, Kennedy first reached out for political help from the Soviets during the 1980 presidential election:
Kengor’s research also uncovered a May 14, 1983 KGB memo from KGB head Viktor Chebrikov to Soviet General Secretary Yuri Andropov that had the highest classification. It concerned an offer to the Soviet leadership by Senator Kennedy. The target: President Ronald Reagan.
Reagan’s policies had restored America’s economic superiority leaving Kennedy and his fellow Democrat/Marxists no choice but to attack the president for his tough stance on Russian denuclearization.
The memo, if real, raises serious concerns about Kennedy’s outreach (collusion?) with the then Soviet Union.
Text from that memo:
Kennedy believes that in order to influence Americans it would be important to organize in August-September of this year, televised interviews with Y.V. Andropov in the USA. A direct appeal by the General Secretary to the American people will, without a doubt, attract a great deal of attention and interest in the country. The senator is convinced this would receive the maximum resonance in so far as television is the most effective method of mass media and information.
If the proposal is recognized as worthy, then Kennedy and his friends will bring about suitable steps to have representatives of the largest television companies in the USA contact Y.V. Andropov for an invitation to Moscow for the interview. Specifically, the president of the board of directors of ABC, Elton Raul and television columnists Walter Cronkite or Barbara Walters could visit Moscow. The senator underlined the importance that this initiative should be seen as coming from the American side.
Add to this the Obama-Medvedev open mic incident towards the end of Obama’s first term:
“This is my last election. After my election I have more flexibility.”
Of course this proves nothing by itself. But approving the sale of 20% of the control of our Uranium reserves to a Russian company does nothing to ease concerns. Nor does sharing proprietary computer technology with Russians building Skolkovo – the equivalent of our Silicon Valley.
The lack of mainstream media curiosity regarding these occurrences should no longer be ignored. Not in the age of Trump where the previously unfathomable onslaught by the mainstream media claiming Russian collusion is the subject of 24/7/365 examination.
The sad fact is it has been sitting in plain sight, right under their noses for almost a century.
It’s almost as though the so-called mainstream media is working – along with Democrats – for the advancement of the Marxist movement.