DID YOU KNOW? Biden’s Campaign Manager is Grandkid of Militant Maoist Cesar Chavez

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by Natalie Winters, The National Pulse:

Joe Biden’s campaign manager, Julie Chávez Rodríguez, is the granddaughter of radical leftist organizer Cesar Chavez, whose bust was installed in the Oval Office by Joe Biden after he threw out the Winston Churchill bust restored by Donald Trump.

Chávez Rodríguez has boasted she was “exposed to social justice issues” by her grandfather from the age of five, “participating in marches, picket lines, and community meetings, as well as other activities and organizing campaigns.”

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She helped lead the Cesar E. Chavez E. Foundation after his death — collaborating with the now-defunct Mobilize the Immigrant Vote campaign — while her father, Arturo Chavez, took over Chavez’s United Farm Workers (UFW) union.

As head of the UFW, Chavez styled himself as a “community organizer” rather than a labor leader, governing in an authoritarian style. He drew inspiration on wielding power effectively from Niccolò Machiavelli, Adolf Hitler, and especially Mao Zedong, even quoting the Chinese dictator at meetings.

There was an ethno-nationalist flavor to his activism, too, with non-Mexican farm workers feeling the UFW favored Mexicans over them, and that Chavez’s Mexican identity was more important to him than the union.

‘I GOT TO BE THE KING.’ 

Chavez also orchestrated purges in which even his close friends and associates found themselves ritually humiliated and driven from his organization. He once declared: “I got to be the … king, or I’ll leave.”

In later life, Chavez took on messianic delusions, having himself become enthralled with the cult leader Charles Dederich. He built a close relationship with the Filipino dictator Ferdinand Marcos in the 1970s, saying he was impressed by the effects of martial law in the Philippines and accepting an award from the despot.

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