June 15, 2011
Leon Panetta's Communist Ties
Posted by Dave Blount at June 15, 2011 10:24 AM
Barack Hussein Obama, protégé of Frank Marshall Davis and Bill Ayers, isn't the only member of the current misadministration with communist ties. Look what Accuracy in Media has learned about current CIA director and Secretary of Defense nominee Leon Panetta:
The evidence shows that Panetta had a close and personal relationship with a member of the Communist Party by the name of Hugh DeLacy, whose record included meeting with communist espionage agents.
Still more disturbing is the evidence they did not find:
[W]e find no evidence that the Panetta-DeLacy relationship was ever examined by the FBI or the Senate when Panetta was being considered and confirmed for the post of CIA Director. The major media have been even more derelict, content to cover the Panetta hearings for Secretary of Defense in a cursory manner and then turn their attention back to something that is easier and more fun to cover and which is sure to attract interest — [Anthony] Weiner.
Nestled in a political establishment that is friendly toward our communist enemies and shrieks "McCarthyism!!!" at anyone who isn't, Panetta didn't have to try very hard to keep the relationship from going public.
Back in 1983 he inserted a tribute into the Congressional Record, recognizing DeLacy and his wife Dorothy, another communist, for their commitment to "social justice" and resisting "the dark forces of McCarthyism." The latter strongly indicates that Panetta was aware of their involvement in the communist cause and that not only did it not matter to him, it was evidence of their courage and bravery. …
Trevor Loudon writes, "The couple, Hugh DeLacy and his wife Dorothy Baskin DeLacy, both had long histories with the Communist Party USA and were very active in the Santa Cruz 'progressive' movement that had helped nurture Congressman Panetta's career. Phrases like 'social justice' and 'dark forces of McCarthyism' rolled from Rep. Panetta's pen, in a piece that would not have been out of place in the Communist Party's Peoples Daily World."
He adds, "The DeLacys were not merely Panetta's constituents--they were close personal friends. Hugh DeLacy was also a longtime correspondent, with whom Panetta regularly discussed defense and foreign policy issues."
These revelations fit smoothly with Panetta's history.
In addition to this evidence, we have congressional hearings, information about a communist cell active in Santa Cruz, and Panetta's own record as a member of Congress, where he fought during the 1980s to protect communist advances in such countries as Nicaragua and Grenada and worked feverishly to undermine President Reagan's anti-communist foreign policy and military defense build-up. Incidentally, back then Panetta was a foe of CIA covert action to protect America's vital interests, which makes Obama's selection of him as CIA director even more interesting.
According to veteran journalist Wes Vernon,
DeLacy was not only a prominent member of the Communist Party USA, but also a personal contact of identified Soviet spies Solomon Adler and Frank Coe and accused spy John Stewart Service.
In short, we have still more evidence that America's worst enemies have taken the helm. The full effects of what they are doing to our country won't become evident until after the next election.
On a tip from Byron.