Obama’s Oscar-Winning Filmmakers Salute the “Communist Manifesto”

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President Obama’s new production company picked up its first Academy Award – winning an Oscar for a documentary called “American Factory.”

It’s the story of a shuttered General Motors plant in Ohio that’s re-opened by Chinese investors.

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The filmmakers celebrated their big night in Hollywood by quoting Karl Marx in their acceptance speech – calling for the workers of the world to unite.

“Working people have it harder and harder these days — and we believe that things will get better when workers of the world unite,” co-director Julie Reichert said.

It’s probably not that much of a surprise that the Obama’s would associate themselves with filmmakers who paraphrase “The Communist Manifesto.”

But what is surprising – according to Republican Congressman Mike Turner – is that the movie does not mention the former president’s role in GM workers losing their jobs.

The Ohio factory was run by a rival union to the United Auto Workers. As part of a deal with the UAW – the employees were basically put out on the street.

President Obama once said that he wanted to fundamentally transform our nation. Based on Marxist leanings of his production company – I wonder if that’s what he had in mind for the rest of us.

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