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Monday, July 30, 2012

Want to make a fast $50K? Find the tape!

I will be thrilled if this works: Breitbart News has announced that it is offering a $50,000 reward to anyone who can produce the video of then State Senator Obama making anti-Semitic remarks at a departure party for Columbia University Professor Rashid Khalidi (Hat Tip: Bad Blue).
Breitbart News hereby announces a $50,000 reward to whomever can provide the complete video recording of the 2003 farewell party for radical Palestinian academic and activist Rashid Khalidi, at which then-state senator Barack Obama spoke--and which the Los Angeles Times has refused to release since reporting the event in April 2008.


In further attempts to locate the tape or determine its whereabouts, Breitbart News has contacted the Arab American Action Network (AAAN) in Chicago, which Khalidi founded and which Obama provided with money while serving on the board of the Woods Fund with Bill Ayers. However, a request for comment received no response, despite verbal assurances from AAAN that a response would be forthcoming.

Breitbart News also attempted to contact blogger and activist Ali Abunimah, who served on the board of AAAN at the time and wrote in early 2007 about his disappointment with then-U.S. Senator Obama's alleged abandonment of the Palestinian cause. No response was received.

The occasion for the farewell party was Khalidi's departure from the University of Chicago for Columbia University in New York. His provocative advocacy for the Palestinian cause had created controversy in Chicago, and would do so in New York as well. Obama's participation in a special event in Khalidi's honor reflected not only the friendship between their two families, but also the eagerness with which Obama attempted to win support from left-wing constituencies in advance of the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate in 2004.

The $50,000 reward is contingent on Breitbart News being able to obtain independent authentication of the video recording, as well as verification that the video recording contains Obama's complete remarks at the event.
I really hope this works. That video could have made a huge difference in 2008 (assuming it contains what it's said to contain), and it could make an even bigger difference in 2012.

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At 9:24 AM, Blogger Findalis said...

I understand that the LA Times has this tape under wraps.

At 10:00 AM, Blogger Captain.H said...

"That video could have made a huge difference in 2008 (assuming it contains what it's said to contain), and it could make an even bigger difference in 2012."

Which is precisely why the very leftard Los Angeles Times won't release the tape. Barack Obama making heavily pro-Pali and very anti-Jewish and anti-Israel remarks would be extremely damaging to The Empty Suit. Jewish American poll results steadily sinking. Jewish contribution$ to the Democrat Party and re-election campaign steadily shrinking. Mustn't have an Obama islamist antisemitic tirade becoming public!


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