President Obama with Anita Dunn, David Axelrod, Rahm Emanuel, and Robert Gibbs (via White House Flickr stream)
Earlier this week, I spotlighted White House interim communications director and chief Fox-basher Anita Dunn’s career-long commitment to flacking for one of the Beltway’s most entrenched and crooked creatures, Tom Daschle.
I also noted that Dunn is married to Obama thug lawyer Robert Bauer, who tried valiantly to get the DOJ to prosecute conservative critics and punish TV stations for running an ad critical of Obama’s relationship with Weather Underground Bill Ayers.
Add to the mix this fun fact from Glenn Beck…Dunn is a Mao enthusiast. The White House says she is joking.
Doesn’t seem that way. And, um, who would joke about such a thing?
More: Squier, Knapp, and Dunn — Dunn’s p.r. firm — has clients including:
*Ceres-Far Left environmentalists “for sustainable prosperity”
*American Rights at Work-Big Labor outfit chaired by David Bonior
And more from reader Dan:
blog comments powered by Disqus
1. Her firm did the ads for Rod Blagojevich in Illinois in 2002 and 2006. In other words, they used lies to help elect the most corrupt governor in Illinois.
2. She or her partner Squier have widely been speculated to be one of the figures mentioned in Blagojevich indictment as a Washington consultant on a conference call mentioned by Patrick Fitzgerald.
3. Dunn’s husband was also the personal lawyer of Barack Obama related to the Blagojevich matter. Remember, he was questioned by the feds.
Heckuva day: Obama’s Clemency-Palooza Tuesday included Manning, FALN terrorist, assorted Gitmo riffraff
January 17, 2017 07:06 PM by Doug Powers
January 16, 2017 04:30 PM by Doug Powers
January 15, 2017 10:09 AM by Doug Powers
Nutty Nancy Pelosi lets America know who’s to blame for $9 trillion in debt added since Obama’s been president
January 13, 2017 06:11 PM by Doug Powers
Go figure: Attorney General for admin that constantly slams cops says low officer morale contributes to Chicago’s woes
January 13, 2017 01:29 PM by Doug Powers