By: Trevor Loudon
Tim Carpenter is one of America’s most influential Marxists.
He is the former leader of Orange County Democratic Socialists of America – then a Southern California local of the US’ largest Marxist organization.
Democratic Socialists of America, despite its moderate sounding name, is dedicated to the stealth socialization of America, through application of the theories of Italian Comnunist Party theoretician, Antonio Gramsci and infamous Chicago radical, Saul Alinsky.
So why is Mr. Carpenter so friendly with so many patriotic Congress members and Senators?
What for instance is Mr. Carpenter doing here with Massachusetts’ brand new Senator Ed Markey?
Or with Massachusetts’ other Senator Elizabeth Warren?
What about Iowa’s veteran Senator Tom Harkin?
Why is Carpenter cuddling up to senior Massachusetts’ Rep. Jim McGovern?
What’s he doing with California’s Barbara Lee?
What’s he doing here with Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison and Michigander John Conyers?
What’s his business with newly re-elected Florida Rep. Alan Grayson?
Or newly elected Wisconsin Rep. Mark Pocan?
Or even California freshman Mark Takano?
Find out the answers in Trevor Loudon’s soon to be released: “The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the U.S. Congress.”
“The Enemies Within” will be officially released August 20, 2013, at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
However, if you are a U.S. resident, you can receive one of the very first copies hot off the press by pre-ordering through the button below.
Author Trevor Loudon is an internationally known blogger and researcher, noted among other things, for exposing the communist background of Obama “Green Jobs Czar” Van Jones, which led to his eventual resignation from his White House position. Loudon was also the first to publicize Barack Obama’s ties to Hawaiian Communist Party member Frank Marshall Davis.
Trevor Loudon’s research has been cited by Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, countless articles, blog posts and in books by well known authors Paul Kengor, Aaron Klein and Jerome Corsi. He has given countless radio interviews and addressed audiences in more than 30 states in his four tours of the United States.
Trevor Loudon speaks on internal subversion, communism and socialism, national security, culture and constitutional conservatism.