Frank Marshall Davis A Pedophile Pervert?

It’s understandable that in the course of life you may have contact with an unsavory character or two. In many cases guilt by association is unfair. But if you describe one of those characters as a mentor, well that’s different…

In Barack Obama’s 1995 book, Dreams From My Father, Obama describes a man, referred to only as “Frank”, later verified to be none other than Frank Marshall Davis, a well known communist. As if imparting his communist wisdom was not enough, it turns out that Davis may have had perversions that went beyond his ideological leanings. Apparently, Davis has admitted in a surviving portion of an autobiographical manuscript that he penned the book, Sex Rebel, a lurid look into the sex life of Davis, which includes a description of the seduction of a 13 year old girl.

What does this have to do with Obama? Maybe nothing physically, but Davis is a man seen as a mentor to Obama. Drinking, smoking pot and talking communism. Those were Obama’s impressionable younger years. The question is, what else went on? Just another asteroid in the Obama satellite of goons…

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7 Responses to Frank Marshall Davis A Pedophile Pervert?

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  3. Kaleokualoha says:

    The pornography disinformation against Frank Marshall Davis is just as heinous as the political disinformation. Further, it suggests that those making such false accusations may be projecting their own libidinous psychological disorders onto Davis.

    Frank Marshall Davis wrote a pornographic novel under the pseudonym Bob Greene, one chapter of which is devoted to the protagonist and his wife having sex with a thirteen year old girl, according to a British website ( on 24 August. According to the British website, “Mr. Davis (writing as Greene) explains that although he has “changed names and identities…all incidents I have described have been taken from actual experiences.”

    In a same day report citing the British website, “Accuracy In Media” (AIM) reported that Edgar Tidwell, an “expert in the life and writing of Davis” confirms that Frank Marshall Davis wrote “Sex Rebel: Black” as a semi-autobiographical novel. Despite Tidwell’s expert opinion that the novel was SEMI-autobiographical, AIM’s Cliff Kincaid escalated accusations against Davis by first claiming he was a sex pervert ( in their 24 August report. (Kincaid falsely attributed the “pervert” claim to the British website.) On 14 October, AIM again escalated the charges by claiming Davis was an “admitted child molester” (

    There are at least four distinct disclaimers that indemnify Frank Marshall Davis from literal attribution of this novel:

    a. According to, “identity” means “condition or character as to who a person or what a thing is: a case of mistaken identity.” Changing name AND identities means changing names AND other “condition or character as to who a person or what a thing is,” which may include biographical data such as age.

    b. “Taken from actual experiences” does not mean they are accurate representations of actual experiences. It only means they are based on actual experiences.

    c. Edgar Tidwell, the expert on the life and writing of Frank Marshall Davis, says the book is “semiautobiographical,” which (according to means “1. pertaining to or being a fictionalized account of an author’s own life. 2. pertaining to or being a work of fiction strongly influenced by events in an author’s life.”

    d. Further, scandalous memoirs such as “Sex Rebel: Black (Memoirs of a Gash Gourmet)” have been a literary genre for centuries. According to Wikipedia, such fictional novels are allegedly factual, but are largely invented. The title, alone, qualifies it as a “scandalous memoir.”

    In an honest evaluation, any of these disclaimers should protect the author from literal interpretation. The combination of all four should provide absolute protection from any culpability. Unfortunately, Davis’s accusers are dishonest. Like Mike Nifong, the disgraced ex-D.A. in the Duke lacrosse case, their campaign to demonize their target ignores exculpatory evidence in their reckless rush to judgment. In order to smear Barack Obama through guilt-by-association with Frank Marshall Davis, they are virtually lynching Davis by grossly misrepresenting his character and influence. Such misrepresentation may be symptomatic of the accuser’s own psychological disorder, indicated by projection of the accuser’s own pedophilic fantasies onto the author.

    In “Sex Rebel,” Davis’s Bob Greene (not unlike Nabokov’s Humbert Humbert) hesitates at a pubescent girl’s sexual invitation, but foolishly relents. Like “Lolita,” Davis’s faux foreword is written by a Ph.D impersonator who details the psychological significance of the memoir. Like Nabokov, Davis wanted to write under a pseudonym to shield his reputation, but felt compelled to reveal his authorship. As a result, however, Davis has been posthumously accused of pedophilia, while “Lolita” is “considered by many to be one of the finest novels written in the 20th century.” In 1998, it was named the fourth greatest English language novels of the 20th century by the Modern Library,” despite also being initially dismissed as pornography, according to Wikipedia.

    This deliberate misrepresentation is only the latest in a long series of falsehoods by AIM professional prevaricators. Their “specific misrepresentation” is documented at . I invite any person of integrity to refute my evidence against any of these AIM lies. If AIM had authentic evidence of Davis’s radical influence, they would not need to fabricate such evidence.

    For objective articles on this issue, please see and

  4. rjjrdq says:

    “I disagree” might have sufficed. Thanks for stopping by.

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