Biden nominee for DOJ civil rights division promoted work of racist, anti-Semitic, black supremacist

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The following contains editorial content written by a retired Chief of Police and current staff writer for Law Enforcement Today. 

WASHINGTON, DC- If the most far-left, anti-American, neo-Marxist radical had put together a dream team of fellow radicals to populate a presidential administration, they would have had to go a long way to beat the group of unhinged lunatics Joe Biden has assembled.

For someone who promised to “bring the country together” and who was advertised as a “moderate,” Biden has out-Marxed Marx.

Take Kristen Clarke, who Biden nominated to head the civil rights division at the Department of Justice. She is a far-left lunatic who has a history of black nationalism and has sympathies for racism, as well as anti-Semitism.

According to the North State Journal, Clarke once argued that the human brain was structured in such a way that black people are “superior” to white people, and that “human mental processes” in the brain have chemicals which give one race (blacks) “superior physical and mental abilities” and “spiritual abilities.”

Clarke claims that those comments were a sort of “parody” in which she was attempting to mock a book called “The Bell Curve.” “What I was seeking to do was to hold up a mirror,” she said. “Put one racist theory alongside another.” Clarke wrote this while writing for the Harvard University newspaper. 

Well, that story didn’t appear to abide with the Harvard Crimson, the campus paper. The editors of that paper called on Clarke to retract her claims in an editorial entitled, “Clarke Should Retract Statements.” That editorial argued that there was “little evidence of irony in the letter and that Clarke’s subsequent statements about the piece hardly amount to a disavowal of its contents,” the Crimson wrote.

Did you say anti-Semite? Clarke, while a student at Harvard University invited a man named Anthony Martin, a professor at Wellesley College at the time to speak at Harvard.

Clarke’s assigned textbook was entitled “The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews,” which sought to blame Jews for the slave trade. Clarke also wrote “The Jewish Onslaught” published by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, a famed anti-Semite.

At the same time, Clarke was writing about black supremacy, in which she called Martin an “intelligent, well-versed black intellectual who bases his information on indisputable fact.”

Clarke now claims that she “denounces anti-Semitism wherever and whenever it shows up.”

That was after 2019 apparently, when she signed a letter supporting Farrakhan supporter and Women’s March co-founder Tamika Mallory, who had “asserted that Jewish people bore a special collective responsibility as exploiters of black and brown people—and even, according to a close secondhand source, claiming that Jews were proven to have been leaders of the American slave trade,” as reported in Tablet.

Hey, it was all the way back two years ago when she said that.

If those were her only issues, that would probably be enough. But just like Ron Popeil, the famous “Vega-Matic” huckster, “Wait! There’s more!”

According to The Washington Free Beacon, Clarke was listed on the masthead of a scholarly journal with her name prominently displayed along with an anti-Semitic writer.

That is bad enough, however Clarke had claimed under oath that she had never collaborated with Amiri Baraka, a Marxist and anti-Semitic black nationalist who had accused Israel in 2002 of having advanced knowledge of the 9/11 attacks. In fact, Clarke and Baraka appeared together on the masthead of the journal Souls at least eight times over two years.

Speaking to Israel’s alleged knowledge of the 9/11 attacks, Baraka wrote:

“Who knew the World Trade center was gonna get bombed/Who told 4000 Israeli workers at the Twin Towers/To stay home that day/Thy did Sharon stay away?/Who? Who? Who?” he wrote in a “poem” called “Who Blew Up America?”

In a 2004 NPR interview, Baraka said he had no regrets in writing the above, and also called then-Newark mayor Cory Booker “backward.” He also complained that “merely getting rid of the white folks in Newark” wasn’t sufficient to address the goals of black nationalists.

During Clarke’s April 14 Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing, Clarke told senators she had never worked with Baraka. Sen Mike Lee (R-Utah) questioned Clarke about Baraka and an article he had written comparing police officers and judges to the Ku Klux Klan.

The article in fact is called “Mumia, Lynch Law and Imperialism.” “Mumia” is well known to police officers, having been convicted of murder in the shooting of a Philadelphia police officer in 1981.

He is a martyr to far-left neo-Marxists who have made the claim that he is innocent and have been pushing for his release, despite the fact he was witnessed executing the officer. He is serving a life sentence without possibility of parole.

During testimony, Lee asked Clarke whether she served “on the editorial staff of a journal with Amiri Baraka,” to which she answered “no.”

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The Free Beacon reviewed eight editions of the journal, “Souls, A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture, and Society” on Taylor & Francis, which publishes scholarly journals. The Beacon said the editions were published quarterly in 1999 and 2000. Each edition showed Clarke on the masthead as an assistant editor, with Baraka listed as contributing editor.

Moreover, Clarke was also caught promoting that same essay:

“President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead the Justice Department’s civil rights division circulated an essay from self-proclaimed Marxist poet Amiri Baraka defending cop killer Mumia-Abu-Jamal and referring to police officers as members of the Ku Klux Klan, according to an email from her days at Columbia University.

Kristen Clarke forwarded the Baraka essay in an email on June 25, 1999, to her mentor, the late historian Manning Marable.

She suggested that the essay, entitled “Mumia, ‘Lynch Law’ & Imperialism” be placed in a magazine Marable edited and used for a panel on the death penalty.

‘Here is a piece for the magazine & the panel 3 Race and The Death Penalty,’ Clarke wrote to Barable.

How much of a racist, anti-Semite was Clarke’s mentor, Baraka? Pretty bad, as you’ll see:

“I got the extermination blues, jew-boys. I got the Hitler syndrome figured…So come for the rent, jewboys, or come ask me for a book, or sit in the courts handing down your judgments still I got something for you, gonna give it to my brothers, so they’ll know what your whole story is, then one day, jewboys, we all, even my wig wearing mother gonna put it on you all at once.”

Baraka later explained in “Confessions of a former Anti-Semite” that these lines meant “Jews had stolen black secrets and then said that Hitler disliked Jews because he could smell the contact with black on them.”

He continued:

“Atheist Jews double-crossers stole our secrets crossed the white desert to spill them. The fag’s death they gave us on a cross…they give us to worship a dead jew and not ourselves.”

“The empty jew betrays us, as he does hanging stupidly from a cross, in an oven, the pantomime of our torture, so clearly, cinemascope the Jews do it…the little arty bastards talking arithmetic they sucked from the arab’s head. Suck your pricks. The best is yet to come. On how we beat you and killed you.”

Oh, he also hated white people:

“We are all beautiful (except white people, they are full of , and made of shit),” he wrote. “Come up, black dada/nihilismus. Rape the white girls. Rape/their fathers. Cut the mothers throats,” he wrote.

These are the type of people someone who is supposed to head the “civil rights” division of the Department of Justice views as a mentor.

Imagine if the script were flipped, the races were changed, and the nominee was put up by a Republican. CNN, MSNBC and the alphabet networks would be covering it 24/7.

In the case of Biden, it’s just another radical nominee put up by an out-of-touch demented old man.

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