So Van Jones denies agreeing to the conspiracy-theory "9/11 Truther" petition he signed. Guess he also denies being a racist and a militantly revolutionary communist, too?
Deny, deny, deny... too easy. Too late. The damage is done. Fair is fair. Resign!!!
"My work at the Council on Environmental Quality is entirely focused on one goal: building clean energy incentives which create 21st century jobs that improve energy efficiency and use renewable resources," Jones said in his statement tonight.
Ah... easy to say. But, you know, if a Republican caught being all kinds of scary stuff were to claim that (s)he's "entirely focussed on one goal", the Left, including Van Jones, wouldn't take the Republican at their word. Why should anyone take a known racist and commie militant and conspiracy theorist at his word, then? I mean, sorry, no double standards. The guy's tainted by racism, wacko-crackpotism, etc... so he must step down, just like a Republican would be forced to do, by the loud, well-covered-by-the-Big-Media "demonstrations" of militant extremists like Van Jones, plus also-well-covered-in-the-Big-Media-news nasty utterances coming from the likes of Pelosi, Reid, Garofalo et al.
With a history of incendiary and provocative remarks, many of them dealing with his view of how whites exploit minorities, Jones has emerged as the subject of much conservative scrutiny in recent days, particularly from Fox News' Glenn Beck. (Jones defenders point out that most of Beck's criticism came after a group Jones helped found, Color of Change, began pushing advertisers to boycott Beck after he accused President Obama of being a racist.)
That is another of the Left's tactics for silencing inconvenient dissenters, ie, intimidation, etc... And, besides, if you've properly investigated Obama, you already know he's a racist.
He was also recently forced to apologize for calling Republicans assholes.
In 2005 Jones told the East Bay Express that the acquittal of Rodney King's assailants in 1992 in that infamous police brutality case changed him significantly. "I was a rowdy nationalist on April 28th, and then the verdicts came down on April 29th," he said. "By August, I was a communist."
Jones and other young activists in 1994 formed a group called Standing Together to Organize a Revolutionary Movement, or STORM, rooted in Marxism and Leninsm. Two years later, Jones launched the Ella Baker Center, an Oakland, Calif., based "strategy and action center" which states that it tries to "promote positive alternatives to violence and incarceration."
Why doesn't he apologize for being a racist and communist and overall a scary extremist? Guess he's not sorry about that stuff, then.
And he's still there, in a position of unaccountable power, in Obama's appointed, accountable-to-no-one-other-than-The-Puppetmaster shadow government...