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"Chicagoland"

How Chicago Corruption is Done



Robert Redford is the executive producer of the CNN presentation of the docu-series Chicagoland, in which Jewish Commissar Rahm Emanuel is portrayed as "Presidential" in the face of horrendous odds against his "leadership". 

And now, Robert Redford has been busted!!!!

In fact, CNN as a reliable news source has been busted.

Redford's Jewish producers and Jewish writers have been caught collaborating with the Jewish Mayor in order to paint this Jewish Mayor in just those terms, figuratively as a Moses leading his people out of the slavery of poverty -- unsaid of course, by enslaving the working middle class to pay for it.

In other words, the Christian Bob Woodward's and Carl Bernstein's of the Chicago Tribune have exposed the vast Nixonian lying of Robert Redford, his lying Jewish production team and the always lying Jewish mayor of Chicago Rahm Emanuel, along with his staff, for collaborating to paint Jewish Rahm Emanuel as a great mayor.

All in the open now for us to see the dirty laundry of Chicago corruption close up.

This Jewish mayor of a major American city, by the way, is the son whose father was a Jewish terrorist in the Irgun assassinations of Christian British officers administering the Palestine Mandate before Israeli statehood in 1948.

Redford's whitewashing of the corruption of a liberal Jewish politician like Rahm Emanuel, he would never duplicate for a Christian Republican politician such as President Richard Nixon, whose sole crime was a NSA-style surveillance of his political opponents to help develop campaign talking points to use against his opponent in Nixon's reelection campaign; something the Obama administration does more sinisterly on a daily basis against everyone.

Robert Redford, "Telling the truth on the small screen"


Robert Redford was never an ultra-liberal Hollywood creation. Why not at all!  Who would ever have thought that? 

Robert Redford produced the political movie about troubled Republican President of the United States Richard Nixon, portraying his movie as "Telling the truth on the big screen"? 

Redford may indeed have come across as telling a truly unbiased story -- about a topic that was inherently biased -- except for the non-trivial fact that he decided to be one of the star actors in the movie.

Did Redford star as the President of the United States in the Watergate scandal?  A commanding role playing the commander in chief which any actor would drool over?  Nope. he played the part of a lowly newspaper reporter noone had ever heard of named Bob Woodward, alongside another famous Hollywood elite, Dustin Hoffman as unheard of Carl Bernstein, just to insure the audience knew who the good guys were.

Also noticeable, is the fact that Robert Redford never saw the need to highlight the far worst political scandals of the left-leaning Clinton and Obama administrations.

And so, in his own word, Robert Redford is a self-proclaimed "center of the roadster"  Independent who lambastes the Tea Party as the reason why the left is such political liars....

Robert Redford: Telling the truth on the small screen

CNN: You've talked about your frustration with predictable political commentary from the right and left on television. What role can documentaries play in this partisan atmosphere?

REDFORD: When the dialogue about the news is so extreme on one side or the other -- extremely on the right, which I think started with the tea party, and that prompted the left to be extreme on their side. So once those two extremes started battling with each other, it's hard to know where the truth really is. So you want to say, "Well, where am I going to find out about the truth -- this side is barking loud, this side is barking louder to be heard, and pretty soon it becomes a lot of noise."

So where is a consumer going to get the truth? I lean toward documentaries because the documentarian will take an hour to tell his or her story. And those stories are usually about the issues that come up on the news, but sometimes get knocked around with a lot of noise. And so you don't know what the story really is. But if you look at a documentary and you have an hour or more to dive into an issue, and you go right down to the heart of it, then you can come out of it and say, "Gee, I get the picture."



So Redford promises to tell the real story of Chicago in his documentary, unlike others who are more biased, in order to accurately portray Rahm Emanuel's role in leading that city out of darkness.

Except that Robert Redford has a hero-worship fetish over Rahm Emanuel...

Robert Redford: Telling the truth on the small screen

CNN: What is the role of the mayor of Chicago?

REDFORD: To survive (laughs). Look, I have a high regard for Rahm Emanuel. It is not an easy job. To manage a city like Chicago with so many disparate parts to it is not an enviable task. I think that he is as qualified as anybody, but boy, it's like being the president of the United States.

Can one man possibly do what needs to be done with a whole country that is so polarized as this one? It's a difficult job. But it takes a person who understands that and is willing to fight for it, is willing to be obstinate when they need to be obstinate, and certainly compassionate and understanding when they need to be. But in a way it's not an enviable job. It takes quite a personality to do it.



Per Redford, Rahm Emanuel is presidential -- compassionate, understanding, with a commanding personality -- in his role as the mayor of America's most corrupt city. Well if he is speaking "presidential" in comparison to our current President Barrack Obama, then I have to confess to seeing the resemblance myself.  The bar of comparison is not all that high.

Marc Levin on Rahm Emanuel


Robert Redford is only the executive producer of Chicagoland, meaning, he is not the producer.

The producer is Jewish film producer Marc Levin.

In the Chicago Tribune's summary of this scandal, can you count how many Jews are involved in this scandal of Judeo-MSM liberal fantasy?

Description of the CNN Docu-Series ChicagoLand

"Chicagoland" producer Marc Levin sends an email to Emanuel senior adviser David Spielfogel and press secretary Tarrah Cooper, seeking more access to the mayor. Levin tells the mayor's top aides that there was still time to present the mayor "as the star that he really is." The email copies producers Mark Benjamin and Yoav Attias along with Jasculca Terman's Lauren Foley.

-by The Chicago Tribune


Not many Jews at all manipulating the mind of American Christians here.

As everyone knows, Jews are totally innocent of anything and everything.

Chicagoland Propaganda Scandal


Then the Chicago Tribune starts to run the actual emails among the Jewish collaborators detailing the intense collaboration between the "objective" documentary producers and the objects of their  documentary....

Propaganda Collaborativists:
  •  Rahm Emanuel, mayor of Chicago (Jewish)
  •  Steve Koch, deputy Mayor of Chicago (Jewish)
  •  Tarrah Cooper, Mayor Emanuel's press secretary (Black face to Rahm)
  •  Kathleen Strand, Mayor Emanuel's public relations press aide (unknown)
  •  David Spielfogel, Mayor Emanuel's senior adviser (Jewish)
  •  Robert Redford, owner and executive producer of Chicagoland (not-Jewish)
  •  Marc Levin, Chicagoland producer (Jewish)
  •  Mark Benjamin, Chicagoland  associate producer (Jewish)
  •  Yoav Attias, Chicagoland associate producer (Jewish)
  •  Laura Michalchyshyn,  Redford's  Sundance Productions (unknown)
  •  Jasculca Terman,  Redford's  Sundance Productions (unknown)
  •  Lauren Foley,  Redford's  Sundance Productions (unknown)


 "The Star he really is"

"Chicagoland" producer Marc Levin sends an email to Emanuel senior adviser David Spielfogel and press secretary Tarrah Cooper, seeking more access to the mayor. Levin tells the mayor's top aides that there was still time to present the mayor "as the star that he really is." The email copies producers Mark Benjamin and Yoav Attias along with Jasculca Terman's Lauren Foley.

"Chicagoland" producer Marc Levin sends an email to Emanuel senior adviser David Spielfogel and press secretary Tarrah Cooper, seeking more access to the mayor. Levin tells the mayor's top aides that there was still time to present the mayor "as the star that he really is." The email copies producers Mark Benjamin and Yoav Attias along with Jasculca Terman's Lauren Foley.


"Rahm will look good..."

"Chicagoland" producer Mark Benjamin sends an email to Emanuel communications director Sarah Hamilton seeking more access to Emanuel, including a specific visit to Fenger High School to visit principal Elizabeth Dozier, a star of the series. Benjamin assures Hamilton "Rahm will look good making 'his' points." Producers later are given another interview with the mayor, emails and Emanuel's official calendar show.






'...help steer us to good stories"

"Chicagoland" producers Marc Levin and Mark Benjamin email Mayor Rahm Emanuel's press secretary Tarrah Cooper and Emanuel's chief of strategic planning, thanking them for the meeting at Jasculca Terman's offices and saying they look forward to the mayor's office helping to "steer us to strong stories and participate directly in the CNN series."



Asking City Hall for 'story/interview ideas'

Lauren Foley of public relations firm Jasculca Terman, a liaison for CNN, emails Emanuel press secretary Tarrah Cooper asking for City Hall’s list of story ideas for "Chicagoland."



City Hall revisions of CNN press release  

Lauren Foley of public relations firm Jasculca Terman, the production team's liaison with City Hall, forwards a copy of a CNN press release announcing the "Chicagoland" series to Emanuel press secretary Tarrah Cooper and then-deputy communications director Kathleen Strand. Cooper responds that she will send along changes from the mayor's office.

       



'...opportunity to highlight the Mayors (sic) leadership'

"Chicagoland" producer Marc Levin sends an email to Emanuel senior adviser David Spielfogel and press aides Tarrah Cooper and Kathleen Strand, giving an update on the progress of filming. In the update, Levin notes the work of deputy Mayor Steve Koch's brother on the series and declares that the upcoming announcement to close scores of CPS schools was "real opportunity to highlight the Mayors (sic) leadership." The email also copies Robert Redford's Sundance Productions partner Laura Michalchyshyn, Jasculca Terman’s Lauren Foley and producers Mark Benjamin and Yoav Attias.




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