Domestic terrorist Bill Ayers: Obama should be tried for war crimes

Domestic terrorist Bill AyresIf you’re a radical left-wing ideologue seeking to “fundamentally transform” the country into something that more resembles the former Soviet Union than the republic founded by Washington, Jefferson, et. al., this cannot be good news.

Bill Ayers, the unrepentant domestic terrorist in whose house Barack Obama began his political career, now says that Obama should be tried for war crimes, according to an interview he did with Real Clear Politics.

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But Ayers isn’t reserving his ire just for Obama – he thinks every president in the 20th century should be put on trial — including Clinton and FDR, the Democrat who led America during most of World War 2.

“Absolutely, every president in this century should be put on trial” at The Hague, he said.

“Every one of them goes into office, an office dropping with blood and then adds to it,” he said. “And yes, I think that these are war crimes. I think they’re acts of terror.”

Got that?  Defeating the Nazis, to him, was an “act of terror.”  Apparently, Ayers thinks we should dig up all those dead presidents and haul them into court…

Video of the interview can be seen below:


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