VIDEO: Obama’s Domestic Terrorist Pal Bill Ayers to Megyn Kelly: ‘I’m NOT Proud to be an American’
terrorist and sadly an American college professor, America-hating
domestic terrorist, Bill Ayers, appeared on FOX News’ Megyn Kelly on
“The Kelly File” on Wednesday evening to debate filmmaker and author
Dinesh D’Souza, whose movie, “America: Imagine the World Without Her,” hit theaters nationwide on Wednesday.
The radical Weather Underground terrorist bomber Ayers (and tenured professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago), who has strong ties to Barack Obama, including providing the launching of Obama’s meteoric political career in his home, told Kelly and D’Souza that while he respected America’s “tradition of radicals” and its “tradition of revolutionaries,” he was “not proud to be an American,” eerily sounding very similar to Michelle Obama prior to her husband being elected to the presidency.
D’Souza attempted to educate Ayers on the difference between America, which has admittedly made mistakes in its past, and foreign oppressive regimes that invade countries to take them over. D’Souza points to the example of Iraq, in which America spent massive amounts of money and sacrificed lives, only to return the country to its people, which the U.S. could have very easily taken the country’s oil for itself by force.
D’Souza contended that if Russia or China had the same military force as the U.S., they would undoubtedly brutally use the power for power’s sake.
While Ayers tried to paint himself as the same kind of revolutionary as America’s Founding Fathers, D’Souza argued that Ayers represented more the “Spirit of of 1968,” which “was the radical spirit that saw America as a force for evil,” rather than the Spirit of 1776.”