Sunday, December 27, 2009

Is Percy Sutton Another One of "Obama's Trail of Death?"

Today President Obama released this message on the passing of Percy Sutton the 89 year old attorney who was instrumental in getting him into Harvard. Remember, the school that won’t release his records. Sutton was friends with Dr. Khalid A-Mansour a fellow Muslim (who lives 140 miles from Ft. Hood in Texas and is a Black Muslim who defended Malcolm X) and Prince al Waleed of Saudi Arabia (ranked as the richest and most influential Muslim in the world).
Sutton spilled the beans on Obama during his Presidential election efforts by releasing a video on YouTube, which is included in this article, of him being interviewed. He explained how he helped Obama get into Harvard and helped him raise monies from Prince al Waleed. As you can see Obama has been strongly influenced by the Muslim community around the world. He is a Muslim sympathizer and possible enabler of its radical wing. Obama used al Waleed’s money and Sutton’s influence to get into Harvard. Why are all of these Muslims helping a supposedly Christian student get into Harvard? I think the answer is obvious. Of course, the mainstream media was missing in action on this story during the election.
I know Mr. Sutton was 89 years old but it seems that many people from Obama’s Chicago days and school days are ending up dead. Is Percy Sutton another one of “Obama’s Trail of Death?” Could it be that Percy Sutton was more and more a liability to the President? As you watch the video I’m sure you can see the problem President Obama had with Mr. Sutton.
President Obama :
“Percy Sutton was a true hero to African Americans in New York City and around the country. We will remember him for his service to the country as a Tuskegee Airman, to New York State as a state assemblyman, to New York City as Manhattan Borough President, and to the community of Harlem in leading the effort to revitalize the world renowned Apollo Theater. His life-long dedication to the fight for civil rights and his career as an entrepreneur and public servant made the rise of countless young African Americans possible. Michelle and I extend our deepest condolences to his family on this sad day.”

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