The director of the White House Fellows program, Cindy S. Moelis, previously served as director of a group that granted Weather Underground terrorist organization founder William Ayers its “public trust” award, WND has learned.
Moelis’ group, the Business and Professional People for the Public Interest, or BPI, also was one of the biggest recipients of a grant from the Chicago Annenberg Challenge, which was founded by Ayers and chaired by Barack Obama.
Earlier this week, WND reported Moelis’ White House program appointed as one of its fellows Vartan Gregorian, a charity boss who served as a point man in granting $49.2 million in startup capital to Ayers’ and Obama’s CAC.
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WND reported Gregorian was central in Ayers’ recruitment of Obama to serve as the first chairman of the project of the CAC – a job in which Obama worked closely on a regular basis with Ayers.
Obama later touted his job at the project as qualifying him to run for public office, as WND previously reported.
Read More: By Aaron Klein, WND