By what process did the American Democratic Party become an alternative Communist Party? The answer is simple. After a century of subversion and infiltration, Marxists gradually gained the upper hand at the highest levels — all others driven out. The Marxists often succeeded by portraying themselves as moderates. Behind the scenes, however, as revealed by researcher Trevor Loudon, the leadership of the Democratic Party is anything but moderate. Theirs is a red network of radical groups — from Alinskyite “community organizers” and “Democratic” socialists, to Maoist and Kremlin stooges.
To show this is true (and not a figment of right-wing paranoid imagining), Trevor Loudon has written a book titled White House Reds, with citations and sources to prove his case. Loudon gives us the names of leading activists and their organizations. He shows us how the current crop of Democratic presidential candidates are all attached to the radical left.
A very sad situation now confronts the “land of the free,” as our two party system must eventually tilt toward a Democratic victory in some future election. Meanwhile the Dem socialists have been chipping away at capitalism and the Constitution. Since the end of the Cold War, the Democratic Party has undermined the nation’s defenses, weakened the economy, divided the people along racial lines, and blamed capitalism for the results of their own handiwork.
By exploding the false moderate images presented by the Dems, Loudon shows there is no viable right or center in the Democratic Party — except as a myth with which to smear the ever-leftward-moving Republicans as “right wing extremists.” Loudon has grasped the underlying Marxist monoculture emerging out of the center-left facade of the Democratic Party. Loudon gives us a close-up view of the Democratic Party’s presidential contenders, showing them to be fronts for a revolutionary and destructionist agenda.
Among the many tidbits in Loudon’s book, we learn that Joe Biden became a Senator with help from Soviet agent Armand Hammer; that socialist Bernie Sanders had warm regard for the gulag-ridden Soviet Union; that Elizabeth Warren’s radical anti-business agenda dovetails with her Maoist-left associations (not to mentions teach-ins with the likes of Francis Fox Piven); that Pete Buttigieg stands out as the son of a Marxist scholar and a longtime admirer of Soviet-lover Sanders.
Loudon also reveals how Julián Castro and Cory Booker integrated Marxism-Leninism with Chicano/black racial agendas at Stanford University — and were both promoted into politics by the “usual suspects.” Last but not least, Loudon delivers the true bona fides of the grossly misperceived princess of the Dem “moderates,” Tulsi Gabbard — shown to be a fellow-traveling Sanders-supporter — notoriously soft on Russia’s communist allies in Venezuela and North Korea.
We must not forget that Bill Clinton and Barrack Obama long pretended to be centrists as they moved U.S. policy further and further to the left. Their party has gained such strength, and such a hold on bureaucracy and media there may be no turning back at this late stage in the game. It has even been suggested by President Donald Trump, that the 2020 election will be a contest between socialism and capitalism. Considering what Loudon has unearthed, the president appears to be right.
For those who do not see the leftward drift of both political parties, please look at political scientist Tim Groseclose’s book, Left Turn at https://www.amazon.com/dp/1250002761/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_HJhtEbG76A194