Former Democrat Congressman was paid $20,000 from group linked to Syria’s Iran-backed dictator

Just how important are the upcoming 2018 and 2020 elections?

Would you believe they are important enough to keep a sympathizer to the Bashar Assad regime out of office? Because that is exactly who Dennis Kucinich is, a man that accepted $20,000 from a pro-Assad group.


Democrats are famous for their ability to take money now and ask questions later.

Former Representative Dennis Kucinich dropped a check for $20,000 for a speaking engagement into his bank account last year.

Sadly, that money was paid by the Association for Investment in Popular Action Committees, of El Cerrito, California.

The group currently holds a trademark to the Syria Solidarity Movement (SSM).

The SSM is openly supportive of Syrian President Bashar Assad.

Yes, that Bashar Assad, the madman that authorized a chemical weapons attack against his own people.

And the ties don’t stop there.

Kucinich has actually traveled to Syria on at least two occasions to have a cozy little sit down with Assad.

Deny, Deny, Deny

The former congressman is claiming ignorance, which should surprise no one.

According to Kucinich, the group that paid him is an advocate for civil rights.

The website of the SSM tells a different story, though.

The group is openly critical of organizations such as Doctors Without Borders, the White Helmets, and Amnesty International.

Two of those groups, by the way, have won the Nobel Peace Prize and the third was nominated for the same award.

Keep Him Out of Office

Amazingly, Kucinich is one of the front-runners to become the next governor of Ohio.

While starting out slow, his “broadband dream” is gaining him considerable traction in the race.

Kucinich made a run at the White House in both 2004 and 2008 but failed.

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Now, the Washington Post calls him “the future of American politics.”

This is today’s Democrat party patriots, and they are very, very dangerous.

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