The Rubio Exile

The Los Angeles Times has an editorial regarding the Washington Post story on Marco Rubio’s claim that his family was in exile from Castro’s Cuba. The Times editorial does not mention that they published Rubio’s contention that the story is inaccurate. In fact, Rubio’s family tried to reside in Castro’s Cuba but realized they could not live under the communist regime. They exiled themselves by choice.

What is worse is that the Times whitewashed Obama’s association with Bill Ayers and his disavowal of Reverend Wright. As evidence suggests, Obama was more involved than the Times lets on with regards to Ayers and Wright. He was deeply entwined with Bill Ayers and very close with Reverend Wright. The Times endorsed Barack Obama for President in 2008 after playing a pivotal part in the coverup of his history.

The Los Angeles Times must stop pretending to be a neutral observer of history, and just admit that it is a liberal rag ready to obscure the facts in order to pursue the Democrat agenda.

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