RIP Larry Grathwohl, Weather Underground Infiltrator


Larry Grathwohl has died. Not too many people know his name but people should know who he was.

Larry Grathwohl risked his life to protect the American people from a domestic terrorist organization led by Bill Ayers. Ayers also happens to be the man who gave Barack Obama his start in politics.

Read what this brave man learned about those who would take over our country and murder up to 25 million Americans.


RIP Larry Grathwohl, Weather Underground Infiltrator

By  on 7.26.13 @ 6:08AM

The nation’s leading authority on Obama friends Bill Ayers, Bernardine Dohrn et al. has died.

You need to know about “Larry Grathwohl”? You should. What he did and lived to tell was shocking, and shouldn’t be forgotten. Stick with me and read these words, and pass them along. Here are words about a man whose work and life merit your attention and that of your fellow Americans.

Larry Grathwohl was a distinguished Vietnam vet who in the 1960s contacted the FBI and offered his services in infiltrating Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn’s Weather Underground. That was no small deal; it was extremely dangerous. It was a total self-sacrifice, a leap into hell on behalf of his country. He risked his life and endured some wretched things that most of us would refuse to do. For the good of his country, he became part of an ugly inner circle. He had to plunge into their dark side.

Grathwohl ultimately blew the whistle on Ayers and Dohrn and crew in sworn testimony in the 1970s and (further) in his 1976 book, Bringing Down America: An FBI Informer with the Weathermen, plus numerous times since. He testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on October 18, 1974, where he spoke at length, and under oath, about his relationship with Ayers and Dohrn, including how Dohrn personally (in Grathwohl’s words) “had to plan, develop, and carry out the bombing of the [park] police station in San Francisco.” In that tragic action by the Weather Underground in February 1970, a young San Francisco police officer named Brian V. McConnell was killed…keep reading on this link to spectator