Humberto Fontova

"If Katherine Harris, Jeb Bush, Jim Baker, and the US Supreme Court hadn't tampered with the results,” raved Terry McAuliffe shortly after his election to Chairman of the Democratic National Committee in February 2001, “Al Gore would be president, George Bush would be back in Austin, and John Ashcroft would be home reading Southern Partisan magazine."

No pussyfooter this Terry McAuliffe, now running for governor in Virginia. This “Lee Atwater of the Democrats” came out swinging. Republicans lie and cheat. Can’t trust ‘em.

Years earlier McAuliffe claimed that the Reagan electoral team conspired with the Iranian Mullahs to release the hostages for a 1980, “October Surprise.” And 24 years later Republican Presidential candidates were still at it, claimed McAuliffe. “Bin Laden knew what he was doing,’ McAuliffe wrote regarding the video released by the master terrorist in October 2004. “He was scaring the American electorate just before the election. He felt that reelecting Bush would be good for his recruitment in the Middle East.”

Let’s hope the man now running (with a huge lead) for Governor of Virginia can muster the same mistrust for foreign Terror-Sponsoring Communists as he does for compatriot Republicans. Let’s hope that during his 4 day sales call to Cuba in 2010 McAuliffe was as suspicious of his Stalinist hosts as he is of his diabolical domestic political opponents--because during his time in Cuba McAuliffe was certainly monitored by Castro’s KGB-trained secret police and probably videotaped during his “off” hours.

This according to retired U.S. counterintelligence officer Chris Simmons, known for decades as our nation’s top Cuba spycatcher. “The Directorate of Intelligence, Cuba’s primary foreign intelligence service, spied on Terry McAuliffe before and during a four-day trade mission to Havana,” asserts Simmons. “Cuban targeting was likely triggered by McAuliffe’s trip preparation.”

These preparations involved McAuliffe visiting the “Cuban Interest Section” (Embassy/Spy-nest) in Washington D.C., and chumming it up with its head, Jorge Bolanos. As far back as the early 70’s the CIA had already fingered Bolanos as a Cuban intelligence agent. And in September 2004 the Mexican Government (no less!) gave Bolanos a 48 hour notice to vacate their nation, which has always been ultra-cozy with Castro. Apparently Bolanos gave his activites away in a manner to shame even Inspector Jacques Clouseau.

Humberto Fontova

Humberto Fontova holds an M.A. in Latin American Studies from Tulane University and is the author of four books including his latest, The Longest Romance; The Mainstream Media and Fidel Castro. For more information and for video clips of his Television and college speaking appearances please visit