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Monday, December 19, 2016

Good morning, I’m still reporting on Trump Considering Carly Fiorina for Director of National Intel?

I’m happy with the cabinet picks by President-Elect Donald Trump so far – until I heard about Carly Fiorina.
According to last Monday’s edition of the New York Times, President-Elect Donald Trump was considering former presidential primary opponent Carly Fiorina for the nation’s top intelligence post.
“Mr. Trump will meet on Monday with Carly Fiorina, the former Hewlett-Packard chief executive, to discuss the job of director of national intelligence.”
That day both Fiorina and former Senator from Pennsylvania, Rick Santorum, appeared at Trump Tower, but only Fiorina got a buzz out of the New York Times. 
That’s because the Times’ Editorial board would be enthralled with Fiorina being re-inflated back to life on the American political stage, but would treat best-selling Christian author and genuine Mid-East expert Santorum with the same enthusiasm as they did Trump.
Why?
Carly Fiorina – aka Cara Carleton Sneed was the daughter of staunch conservative Federal Judge Joseph Sneed who sat on the 9th Circuit Court of Appears in San Francisco. However, Carly – having grown up in the Bay area, grew up deep in the leftist/communist culture.
In a June 1, 2010 story in the Canada Free Press, written by reporter JB Williams, Fiorina sat on the board of the African Leadership Academy along with Dr. Khalid Abdullah Al-Mansour – aka Don Warden. 
“Al-Mansour, aka Don Warden, was the man behind the men of the Black Panther movement in the 1960s. He has long held hope for a “black nationalist” president, starting as far back as his relationship with Malcolm X. In fact, X died while speaking at one of al-Mansour’s college campus rallies.”
In fact, before al-Mansour changed his name -- to Don Warden -- he helped bring the Black Panthers to life in the 1960s. According to a 2008 Newsmax article connecting al-Mansour to Barack Obama. 
“According to the Social Activism Project at the University of California at Berkley, Warden, a.k.a. Khalid al-Mansour, was the mentor of Black Panther Party founder Huey Newton and his cohort, Bobby Seale.”
The Newsmax article goes on to describe al-Mansour as:
“… well known within the black community as a lawyer, an orthodox Muslim, a black nationalist … an international deal-maker … and an outspoken enemy of Israel.”
It appears that al-Mansour’s work finally bore fruit with the ascension of Barack Hussein Obama to the presidency of the United States. According to the Williams story:
“Al-Mansour moved in both Black Nationalist and communist circles throughout the ‘60s and ‘70s, including relationships with noted black communist Frank Marshall Davis, and Weather Underground domestic terror leader William Ayers. 
“Fiorina’s name pops up here and there in these circles, dating back to her college years.”
The Williams story continued:
“Al-Mansour has been accused of using Saudi money and Black Nationalist leaders like New York Borough chief Percy Sutton, to finance the young Obama’s high-dollar education, among other nefarious pursuits.”
In a TV appearance in 2008, Sutton openly admitted the connection between Obama, al-Mansour, and in his words, “one of the world’s richest men.”
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According to Forbes magazine, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the nephew of then King Abdallah of Saudia Arabia was then the 19th richest person in the world, with a fortune in excess of $23 billion. According to the Newsmax story, Prince Alwaleed:
“… owns large chunks of Citigroup and News Corp., the holding company that controls Fox News.”
Perhaps this is what explains FoxNews diva, Megan Kelly’s sudden shift from pro-Trump to leading the charge to the new anti-Trump candidate, Carly Fiorina.
The Newsmax story also connected al-Mansour and the African Leadership Academy to Fiorina:

Bill Still is a former newspaper editor and publisher. He has written for USA Today, The Saturday Evening Post, the Los Angeles Times Syndicate, OMNI magazine, and has also produced the syndicated radio program, Health News.

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