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Obama's Connections to the violent SDS: Jim Wallis


The sixth in a series of posts on President Obama's connections to the violent, far-Left progressive Students for a Democratic Society -- a known terrorist group -- based on a March 2012 feature in The Blaze Magazine titled "Dangerous Birds of a Feather."


JIM WALLIS: The Rev. Wallis, Obama’s “faith adviser” and member of the White House Advisory Council on Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships, cut his radical teeth at Michigan State University where investigative journalist Trevor Loudon reports Wallis led the militant SDS chapter. Wallis went on to Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Illinois and helped establish what would become Sojourners, a radical community he moved to Washington, D.C., in 1977.

“Wallis’ Sojourners enterprise has been a radical, socialistic undertaking from the start,” wrote Dr. David Noebel in Christian Worldview. According to Noebel, Sojourners’ members “shared their finances and participated in various activist campaigns that centered on attacking the U.S. foreign policy, denouncing American ‘imperialism,’ and extolling Marxist revolutionary movements in the Third World.”


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