Yes, the word “alter” is purposefully spelled wrong. I’m no grammar nazi, but that is exactly how Bill Ayers, domestic terrorist and longtime friend of Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah, tweeted out a picture of his dining room altar. However, he got some serious backlash over it, especially in light of his involvement to incite insurrection in Chicago recently at a Donald Trump rally.
Ayers and his terrorist group, Weather Underground, engaged in bombings of New York City Police Headquarters in 1970, of the Capitol building in 1971, and the Pentagon in 1972. In 1970, Ayers’ then-girlfriend Diana Oughton, along with Weatherman members Terry Robbins and Ted Gold, were killed when a bomb they were constructing exploded unexpectedly. That bomb had been intended for detonation at a dance that was to be attended by hundreds of Army soldiers at Fort Dix, New Jersey. Ayers himself attested that the bomb would have done serious damage, “tearing through windows and walls and, yes, people too.”
While Ayers has claimed the his bombings were nothing like the Boston Bombings by the Tsarvnaev brothers, the reality is that his bombings were about to escalate far above the Boston bombings to the point that it would have killed and injured many of America’s military on US soil. There’s no doubt in my mind that Bill Ayers should not be walking the streets of America. In fact, there’s no doubt in my mind that if justice had been served upon Mr. Ayers, he wouldn’t be walking period.
Still, he continues to follow the teachings of Saul Alinsky and employ his radical communist notions among a new generation of people in America, which was on display over the weekend at the Donald Trump rally in Chicago.
While universities and the media have given this Alinsky devil a platform to spew forth his anti-American thinking, some people on the internet just are having none of his open idolatry of men like Karl Marx and Che Guevara.
Take a look at his post and the responses.
The dining room alter pic.twitter.com/IXyaHCTp8a
— Bill Ayers (@WilliamAyers) March 12, 2016
@WilliamAyers wow, a homage to a murderous racist homophobe who believed killing as a way to achieving a socialist utopia. Useful idiot.
— CE Pascal (@exsacerdotal) March 12, 2016
@WilliamAyers Looks like a Hall of Fame for deceived fools
— J_Trader (@NewwwsToMe) March 12, 2016
@WilliamAyers This is a man who teaches impressionable minds. Think about that.
— Carmine Sabia (@CarmineSabia) March 13, 2016
@WilliamAyers How dare you put Malcolm X's photo next to a murdering thug like El Che? Stupid.
— M.A.C.S. (@MARS0411) March 13, 2016
@WilliamAyers Considering all your idols would kill God for the good of the State, I think 'shrine' is more suitable. PS, get a dictionary.
— PrivilegedGreg (@murgatr0id) March 13, 2016
@WilliamAyers I don't get it. Communism failed, mass starvation/genocides to go along with it. y r u so dumb?
— Randy (@Ranwry) March 13, 2016
@WilliamAyers same home where Obama announced his intentions to run for President?
— ConwayWonk (@ConwayWonk) March 13, 2016
@WilliamAyers spell it correct. You need to be in prison.
— Uncle Scratchie. (@UncleScratchie) March 13, 2016
@WilliamAyers Where's the Bernie doll?
— Amber Skoros (@NYCdeb8tr) March 13, 2016
@WilliamAyers you deserve your own hell.
— Carlathered (@SteuerCarla) March 13, 2016
@WilliamAyers an educator of ignorance and hate for America.
— bkdow (@bkd0001) March 13, 2016