Everything around, and about Obama, is anti-American and fraudulent.
“I wrote ‘Dreams from my Father,’” Ayers answered without hesitation. “Every word of it. I sat with Obama twice. We figured it out. I wrote the whole thing. I made most of it up. And, if you can help me prove it, I’ll split the royalties with you.”
AYERS ‘EXPLAINS’ HOW HE WROTE OBAMA’S ‘DREAMS’
Then calls interviewer ‘knucklehead’ for asking question
Editor’s note: This is the second of a three-part series based on an interview with former Weather Underground founder Bill Ayers after his debate with Dinesh D’Souza. In the first part, Ayers suggest D’Souza would take a plea bargain on his indictment for alleged violations of election laws.
HANOVER, N.H. – Bill Ayers, the unrepentant former leader of the radical 1960s Weather Underground group, has often toyed with reporters who ask him whether claims that he wrote Barack Obama’s autobiographical “Dreams from My Father” are true.
Ayers repeated the claim even after WND tried to cut through his irony in a brief conversation before his Dartmouth College debate with Dinesh D’Souza Jan. 30, pointing out he typically adds to the admission a quip that obscures his true intent.
In a wide-ranging 35-minute exclusive interview following the debate, WND returned to quizzing Ayers about the true authorship of “Dreams.”
In the course of the interview, Ayers first affirmed he wrote “Dreams” before denying it, only to end up berating WND for daring even to ask the question.
WND asked: “This whole question of ‘Dreams,’ could you please put it to bed once and for all?”