Christian Radio Host Bradlee Dean Compares 'Boy' Obama to Mao Tse-tung (Video)

| by Michael Allen
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Bradlee Dean, who hosts a Christian radio show called "The Sons of Liberty" and plays the drums in a Christian rock band, recently appeared at the Liberty Counsel’s "Awakening" conference (video below).

Dean claimed that President Obama, whom he referred to as "this boy," is "emulating Mao Tse-tung," reports

Dean also attacked public schools and the Common Core teaching curriculum.

During his appearance at the conference, Dean said: “In 1962, said we don’t want prayer, and we don’t want the Ten Commandments in 1980, guess what you did, you just opened the door to Satanism, and call it for what it is."

Dean also claimed that Christian parents "can't justify having your kids in public school. You can’t. You can’t do it....unless you hate them."

"They’re teaching No Child Left Behind. Now they’re teaching something called Common Core. Folks, this president is emulating dictators," claimed Dean. "Do you not understand that he is not playing games? If you look at Mao Tse-tung, this boy is emulating Mao Tse-tung to a T."

"You know what Mao Tse-tung did, he went to the younger generation, he overthrew the Republic of China to implement what? Democracy. Who is the last president that actually acknowledged that we were a republic? Reagan. Every president since has continuously inundated the next generation with the fact that we are a democracy. That is dangerous, guys.”

There's no evidence that Mao Tse-tung supported democracy. As Chairman of the Communist Party of China, Tse-tung converted China into a single-party socialist state.

Dean failed to mention that President Bush started "No Child Left Behind"

 In 2009 the National Governors Association hired David Coleman and Student Achievement to write curriculum standards for "Common Core," not President Obama.

Last year, Dean was ordered to pay attorney fees in an unsuccessful lawsuit against MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow and the Minnesota Independent’s Andy Birkey, reports

Dean also wrote an article for suggesting that Sandy Hook, Aurora, Sikh Temple in Wisconsin and Columbine shootings were orchestrated by the U.S. government.