The Vindication of Senator Joseph McCarthy
Today as relevant as in his day—
"How can we account for our present situation unless we believe that men HIGH in our government are concentrating to DELIVER US TO DISASTER?"
Joseph R. McCarthy
Nearly fifty years after his death, Senator Joseph McCarthy still is making news—and still is hated by the Left, smeared by the controlled news media and revered by Americans in the know.…
'Treason" and Tailgunner Joe "America's young should ask themselves:
If Joe McCarthy was such a monster, why did Joe Kennedy back him, the Kennedy
girls date him, Robert Kennedy work for him and JFK defend him as a "great
patriot" in his year of censure? And why was McCarthy asked to be the
godfather to Bobby Kennedy's firstborn?"
"witches" "Witch-hunt? The high-profile cases cited by McCarthy — Owen
Lattimore, John Stewart Service, and Philip C. Jessup — all ended with the
senator’s charges being validated."
Revisionist critics misrepresent McCarthy's legacy "Harry Truman
dropped atomic bombs on two defenseless cities of a prostrate nation and sent
2 million Russian prisoners back to Stalin to be murdered in Operation
Keelhaul. Yet Truman remains a hero to those who despise McCarthy with an
Sen. McCarthy and the Khazars' curse "If the late Sen. Joseph McCarthy
had been wrong about Communist infiltration in the 1950's, wouldn't he have
been refuted and forgotten? Instead, 50 years later, media connected to Khazar
(Jewish) bankers and their allies continue to vilify him, indicating that he
struck a nerve." The
hidden truth about Joseph McCarthy "McCarthy’s enemies—supposed
champions of civil liberties—tapped his phone, intercepted his incoming
personal mail, placed a paid spy in his office, and illegally released his tax
returns to the press (resulting in a large refund!)."
McCarthyism: Forty questions and answers about Senator Joseph McCarthy
Q. So, was McCarthy right or wrong
about the State Department?
A. He was right. Of the 110 names that McCarthy gave to the Tydings Committee [ see below ] to be investigated, 62 of them were employed by the State Department at the time of the hearings. The committee cleared everyone on McCarthy's list, but within a year the State Department started proceedings against 49 of the 62. By the end of 1954, 81 of those on McCarthy's list had left the government either by dismissal or resignation.
McCarthyism: no longer a dirty word "The deciphered Venona cables confirm that the American Communist Party successfully established secret caucuses in government agencies throughout the 1930’s and 1940’s. They prove that 349 Americans had covert ties to Soviet intelligence – much as McCarthy had charged." Venona Project From the official National Security Agency website. The Venona Secrets: Exposing Soviet Espionage and America's Traitors Read excerpts from this book on the Communist infiltration and subversion. Book reviews: Venona and The Haunted Wood "Venona, the product of two American historians, and The Haunted Wood, a collaboration of an American historian and a Russian KGB operative–turned–journalist, provide crushingly authoritative answers to questions that have lingered since the days when the charges and countercharges hurled by ex–Communists and alleged Communists riveted the nation’s attention. How prevalent was the treason committed by Americans on behalf of Stalinist totalitarianism? How pervasive was Communist influence in American government? Above all, who told the truth and who lied?" (Real News 24/7: We obviously do not agree with the reviewer's conclusions and offer this merely for information value. Indeed, the review largely disproves the conclusions!) McCarthy and his colleagues "Joe McCarthy has made a real and lasting contribution toward the preservation and perpetuation of the free world in his fight against the menace of internal subversion. His death was as much as that of a soldier fighting in the ranks for human liberty and eternal truth as if it had occurred on the field of battle and been inflicted by bullet, bayonet, or shell...."
Communists coined "McCarthyism" "Now to the Communist version of the word 'McCarthyism,' which they had just coined.…The first time I actually saw the word in print was in the Daily Worker newspaper. This was the Communist Party newspaper published in New York City which carried orders to American Communists from the Soviet Union." The real McCarthy record Same author as the one who wrote 40 questions and answers above; same format as above, but includes some different material.
America's Retreat From Victory "The general picture of our steady, constant retreat from victory, with the same men always found at the time and place where disaster strikes America and success comes to Soviet Russia, would inevitably have caused me, or someone else deeply concerned with the history of this time, to document the acts of those molding and shaping the history of the world over the past decade." (The first four chapters of McCarthy's important book outlining foreign policy betrayal during and immediately after World War II.)
Joseph McCarthy speaks in 1954 to the Chicago Irish Fellowship Society (Audio file) A brief (12 minutes) but powerful talk on the fight against treason. The late, great senator in fine form.
"This fight is going to go on…!"
—Senator Joseph McCarthy
America's Retreat From Victory
Tydings Committee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Subcommittee on the Investigation of Loyalty of State Department Employees, more commonly referred to as the Tydings Committee, was a subcommittee authorized by S. 231 in February 1950 to look into charges by Joseph R. McCarthy that he had a list of individuals who were known by the Secretary of State to be members of the Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA) and who were still working in the State Department.
The mandate of the committee was to conduct "a full and complete study and investigation as to whether persons who are disloyal to the United States are, or have been, employed by the Department of State." The chairman of the subcommittee was Senator Millard Tydings, a Democrat from Maryland.
On February 20, 1950, McCarthy had delivered an 5-hour speech to the Senate in which he presented the cases of 81 "loyalty risks" who he claimed were working for the State Department. McCarthy declined requests that he disclose the actual names of the people on his list, and instead referred to them by "case numbers". It is widely accepted that most of McCarthy's cases were taken from the so-called "Lee list"—a report that had been compiled three years earlier for the House Appropriations Committee. Led by a former FBI agent named Robert E. Lee, the House investigators had been allowed to review the security clearance documents on State Department employees, and had determined that there were "incidents of inefficiencies" in the security reviews of 108 past and present employees.......
Throughout the hearings, McCarthy employed colorful rhetoric, but produced little evidence to support his accusations.
From its beginning, the Tydings Committee was marked by partisan infighting. Its final report, written by the Democratic majority, concluded that the individuals on McCarthy's list were neither Communists nor pro-communist, and said the State Department had an effective security program. Tydings labeled McCarthy's charges a "fraud and a hoax," and said that the result of McCarthy's actions was to "confuse and divide the American people[...] to a degree far beyond the hopes of the Communists themselves." Republicans responded in kind, with William Jenner stating that Tydings was guilty of "the most brazen whitewash of treasonable conspiracy in our history." The full Senate voted three times on whether to accept the report, and each time the voting was precisely divided along party lines.
It had nothing to do with honest investigation, everything to do with party politics. Before believing this Wiki version of truth look at McCarthyism: Forty questions and answers about Senator Joseph McCarthy then decide.