Mitt Romney last week pushed his education plan at a campaign stop at a charter school in Philadelphia whose leader, an Islamist activist, has been previously associated with President Obama’s campaign and education efforts.
Romney last Thursday reportedly held a roundtable at West Philadelphia’s Universal Bluford Charter School, where he was also given a tour of the facuilities.
ABC News reported it was Ronmney himself who asked for an invitation after hearing about Universal.
At the roundtable meeting, Romney was reportedly welcomed by the school’s founder, Kenny Gamble, who briefed the presidential candidate on the school’s mission.
Gamble told Mitt Romney, “It is even more important today that we discuss education for the African American community because of the conditions that are in the African American community, as relates to prisons, crime. So, I’m glad you’re here.”