THE CHARBONNEAU & ADDDO ALLIANCE


Patriots,

I was wondering, have you seen the alliance formed by Dick Charbonneau and Darcey Addo on her Fakebook page? It is disturbing to me, for it is an entirely different picture of Charbonneau than what he presented at the RLC mtg.

Although he is not my choice, I have always considered him a little “wacky”, but harmless. I can see that he is not  harmless. To embrace a person that embraces an ideology that is antithetical to the US Constitution, Capitalism and the founding of America is, for lack of a better word, dumb.

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Ms. Addo, besides being a Progressive/Liberal/Marxist, that admires such luminaries as Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Elizabeth Warren; is also aligned, and is the Brevard representative of the United Opt Out. An innocuous sounding  organization isn’t it? It’s all about opting out of tests..right?

Not quite. UOO is a dangerous radical group. For instance, February 2016 , the UOO, at their annual meeting, had as their keynote speaker, was none other then Bill Ayres. Yep, the very same cop killing, Weather Underground,communist, who was a student of Saul Alinsky’s and a practitioner of Rules for Radicals. By the way, Rules for Radicals was dedicated to Lucifer!

So knowing this, you might understand how surprised I was when Charbonneau uncovered his true thoughts. Thoughts like like telling Addo that,..“We need to Teem up..” or “I’d have no problem with Darcy sitting next to me as a fellow board member”. So Charbonneau’s new alliance and object of admiration is with a Marxist. 

He fauns on about how smart “Darcy” is compared to the other candidates. Smart is not hiding what and who you are from the voting public! That is called deceitful and most definitely is not a sign of intelligence. It is a sign; to use a Darcey phrase..of not being “authentic”.

Wanting a Elizabeth Warren/Hillary Clinton Progressive, Marxist on the school board is not smart in any sense of the word. It is treacherous!

 

It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.

– Henry David Thoreau