SHOCK: Did the New Black Panther Leader Visit the White House?


The White House visitor’s log — just about the only source of information regularly opened to journalists by the most transparent administration since the execution of Johan van Oldenbarnevelt in 1619 — indicates that a Malik Shabazz visited the Obama White House in July, 2009.

Coincidentally, the New Black Panthers Party, against which Eric Holder’s Department of Justice dropped its election intimidation case that year, is chaired by a Malik Shabazz.

But they’re not the same people, the White House insists.

They claim the private meeting in the White House was held with … some other Malik Shabazz.

Gee, with all the Malik Shabazzes out there with the national prominence necessary to secure an invitation to the White House, we may never know who this really was.

Even though, as far as we know, there’s only one Malik Shabazz with a proven prior relationship with Barack Obama.

And that, apparently, is just how President Barack Obama wants it, as his administration has failed to respond to a follow-up request for more information on the identity of this particular Malik Shabazz, according to American Thinker.

In fact, the only hope the American people may have of uncovering the truth regarding this private meeting might be to ask the chairman of the New Black Panthers Party himself.

Sure, he’s a radical black militant who has promised violence in the wake of the grand jury decision not to indict then-officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of Michael Brown.

But as far as I know, he’s not a liar.

Which is more than I can say for anyone currently occupying 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

Courtesy of Conservative Tribune


-They are old pals from Chicago!

The Black Panthers spoke with Obama at the podium shown above, and departed together with Obama for the main march itself, as shown by this grainer image captured from YouTube:


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