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Not that we didn’t know this about Rasputin in a skirt, but Judicial Watch got a hold of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) file on Valerie Jarrett thanks to a Freedom of Information Act request, and lo and behold the communist roots are pretty deep, and they go back generations.
Dr. James Bowman, Jarrett’s father, was a pathologist and geneticist. (Eugenics, anyone?) According to the FBI records:
- Bowman was a member of the Association of Internes and Medical Students, a communist sympathizing group.
- In 1950, Bowman communicated with known Soviet agent Alfred Stern, who later fled to Prague and was charged with espionage.
- In 1955, Dr. Bowman went to Iran to work after his discharge from the Army.
- Additional documents from the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) indicate that Dr. Bowman was investigated for these deep ties.
The Bowman clan has known deep ties in Chicago, and with communist sympathizers in Chicago. The aforementioned agent Stern and Jarrett’s grandfather, Robert Rochon Taylor, were business associates.
According to files obtained by Judicial Watch, Vernon Jarrett, Valerie’s ex father in law, “was also another big-time Chicago Communist, according to separate FBI files obtained by JW as part of a probe into the Jarrett family’s Communist ties. For a period of time Vernon Jarrett appeared on the FBI’s Security Index and was considered a potential Communist saboteur who was to be arrested in the event of a conflict with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). His FBI file reveals that he was assigned to write propaganda for a Communist Party front group in Chicago that would disseminate the Communist Party line among…the middle class.'”
Add all of this to the mountain of information about Valerie Jarrett that has been obtained in the last seven years along with multiple scandals during Barack Obama’s occupancy of the Oval Office that have her fingerprints all over them, and no, this is no great shock, just more proof that Rasputin in a skirt is a communist plant.