Michelle Malkin reports today, based on the Obama administration’s latest document dump of visitor logs, that convicted fraudster and community organizer Robert Creamer has visited the White House sixty times since January 2009–five times in August 2011 alone.
As first reported at Big Government, Creamer is the apparent architect of the Democrats’ political strategy for imposing Obamacare on the nation, composing a “blueprint”–that was later endorsed by high-level Obama advisers–while he was in federal prison. Creamer also claims to have been “one of the major architects of the successful 2005 campaign to defeat the Bush plan to privatize of Social Security.” In 2010, Creamer led efforts to rally the Democratic base by demonizing Republicans and making wildly optimistic predictions of victory:
Big Government also reported in May that Creamer, who worked for the Obama campaign in 2008, has also set up a nationwide political consulting firm to provide field operations and propaganda for Obama and the Democrats in the 2012 elections.
The timing of the August 2011 efforts is particularly interesting, given Creamer’s efforts this fall to promote the Occupy Wall Street movement and to target Bank of America in particular. Creamer told the New York Times in October that he hoped the Occupy movement would “inspire the progressive base” and help President Obama frame the issues for his re-election campaign.Creamer’s repeated visits to the White House in the month before the Occupy Wall Street protests began, and while community organizers and unions were planning a “fall campaign” that would apparently complement the Occupy protests, raise further questions about the extent to which the Obama administration knew about or coordinated with the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Given what we now know about Creamer’s visits to the White House, there is reason to speculate that he could be an important link between President Obama’s attempt to frame his political message against the “99 percent,” even as anarchists, socialists, and union Astroturfers were being organized to aim that same message at Wall Street and the mainstream media.