The Obamas are suddenly becoming the Clinton mafia with the number of bodies they are stacking these days.
It was only last week that we found out the personal chef of the Obamas died during a paddleboarding excursion near the Obama Martha’s Vineyard compound.
On Sunday, CNN reported that Charles Ogletree, a Harvard Law professor who also served as a mentor of the Obamas, had passed away at the age of 70.
Just an Ugly Disease
If there is a disease that I hate as much as cancer it would be Alzheimer’s.
What this disease reduces people to is horrific (just look at Joe Biden as proof of that).
Ogletree is widely regarded as a brilliant legal mind and tireless civil rights attorney by the left.
Among his high-profile clients were Anita Hill, Tupac Shakur, and the victims of the 1921 Tulsa race riots, reported AP News.
Ogletree founded the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice and the Criminal Justice Institute at Harvard Law School.
Regarding racism in the country, Ogletree once stated, “(T)here hasn’t been a decade when the chain of discrimination and bigotry and prejudice has been unbroken. And as much as you can talk about Jim Crow laws and de jure and de facto desegregation in the 19th century, you can talk about things like racial profiling, a discriminatory death penalty, and disparity in sentencing in the 21st century.”
Dean John F. Manning stated, “Charles was a tireless advocate for civil rights, equality, human dignity, and social justice. He changed the world in so many ways, and he will be sorely missed in a world that very much needs him.”
Once Ogletree was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, he switched his focus from law and discrimination to raising awareness of this disease, with the Obamas stating that he “wanted to be a spokesperson for the disease.”
Dean Manning added, “We are profoundly grateful not just for the many contributions Charles made to Harvard Law School, but also for the tremendous legacy he created on questions of race, justice, and equality.”