You remember Tim Adams, an elections clerk in Hawaii, who claimed that someone in the office told him that Barack Obama had no long-form birth certificate? (How’s that working out for ya?) Since then, although he denies being a racist, Adams has been tied to a number of racist statements he made in the past, and Adams first came on the scene through an appearance on an unabashedly white-supremacist radio program, The Political Cesspool, hosted by James Edwards.
Well, Jerome Corsi appeared on the same program, and was scheduled to appear a second time, although he canceled in the midst of a firestorm of criticism following the disclosure of some of Corsi’s prior racist and bigoted remarks.
So what they have in common is this man and a history of racist remarks:
Learn more (these are partisan links for the most part):
- Articles mentioning Jerome Corsi on The Political Cesspool web site.
- Despite “all my apologies” for bigoted comments, Corsi reportedly scheduled to appear on “pro-White” radio show
- POLITICAL CESSPOOL HOST SAYS HE HELPED SWIFT BOATER/BIRTHER JEROME CORSI WITH NEW BIRTHER BOOK
- Political Cesspool to Host ‘Obamanation’ Author Jerome Corsi
- Jerome Corsi acknowledges TPC in new best selling book
- Corsi Cancels Second ‘Political Cesspool’ Appearance
- MMFA investigates: Who is Jerome Corsi, co-author of Swift Boat Vets attack book?