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Exclusive: DOJ Will Not Conduct Witch Hunts for Obama
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Remember Barack Obama’s attempt to silence TV stations running an independent ad by American Issues Project spotlighting The One’s ties to Weather Underground terrorist Bill Ayers? (link)

And remember the Obama campaign’s attempt to sic the Justice Department on the GOP donor behind the forbidden ad? (link)

A source sends the following report on DOJ’s public comments about Obama’s witch hunt. The comments were made September 12 and have not been reported yet by the MSM:


No, Obama, the government will not do your bidding and intimidate conservatives exercising their free speech.

So call off your henchmen and back off.

And here, again, is the ad Obama doesn’t want you to see:

Pass it on!


Related: Video flashback: Obama touts experience at nonprofit founded by Ayers

Related: Obama goes after author David Freddoso. Ramesh Ponnuru: “If the Obama campaign wants to stay in the speech-suppression business, it ought to find some better thugs.”

Related: Obama’s plumbers.

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• Category: Ideology • Tags: Bill Ayers