The FBI has released the file of Saul Alinsky, noted communist revolutionary and godfather of the Left in politics. Fox News reports:
The FBI on Tuesday released more than 400 pages of its files on left-wing activist Saul Alinsky that showed the bureau, for years, monitored the community organizer and investigated accusations that he was a communist.
Alinsky, who authored the book “Rules for Radicals” and was known for his activism in Chicago, died in 1978. A self-described “radical,” Alinsky never identified as a communist. But the FBI, for years, harbored suspicions about his sympathies.
The FBI files show the bureau received a tip in 1940 questioning if Alinsky was a communist. The FBI in Chicago wrote in one document that the bureau was interested in obtaining information about whether Alisnky was involved in organizing a “communistic or subversive group.”
A 1941 FBI document, though, said the Chicago Police Department conducted an investigation and found “no information that he is communistically inclined.”
This further confirms Alinsky’s key role in organizing the subversive Left, and why today’s progressive pose a great danger to the Republic.