Susan Rice is FURIOUS After Learning Key Position Son Now Has With Trump

Stanford University is not known as a bastion of conservative student thought, but one of their most vocal conservative leaders is the son of controversial Obama administration official Susan Rice and he wants to “Make Stanford Great Again.” You can thank me for your feel-good, laugh-out-loud moment of the day after reading what her son is up to that has Susan so salty.

John David Rice-Cameron, 20, says that he was inspired by the Tea Party movement. It caused him to shift away from his parent’s Marxist politics and become a conservative. This just keeps getting better and better. Who says conservatism is only for older Americans? Not sure how that family produced a sane, moral conservative student leader like this, but we’ll take it.

Susan Rice is one of the most corrupt, unpopular minions who served under Barack Obama. Conservatives literally despise the woman. It takes stones for this kid to stand up like this and go his own political way. Rice is collectively hated because of her attempt as UN ambassador to blame the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi on a phony video. Four Americans died in the attack on two American facilities in Benghazi, Libya. She has been lying and covering up ever since.

Rice-Cameron’s father is Ian Cameron, a former longtime producer and executive at uber-liberal ABC News. Both Cameron and Rice went to Stanford. John, who is a sophomore, is president of the College Republicans on campus and the activism director for the California College Republicans. Like his mother, who is a Stanford alumnus, he does not shy away from controversy. But the apple sure fell a long way from that proverbial tree. Even though the mother and son are polar opposites politically, they still have a great relationship.


Fox News quoted John, “My mother and I have a great relationship, and my mother believes strongly in the free and respectful exchange of ideas. We disagree on most of the standard Republican/Democrat disagreements. However, we agree that America is the greatest nation the world has ever seen, and thus, we believe that America has an important role to play as a force for liberty and justice on the world stage.”

Oddly enough, they both support trade, robust American engagement in Africa and both believe that Russia poses a major threat to American interests. Well, I do too. But I am certain that those things mean entirely different things to John versus his mom. They generally agree, but the details are worlds apart.

This kid’s liberal mother must be fit to be tied. He hosted controversial expert on radical Islam Robert Spencer, pushed for a professor with ties to Antifa to resign, pressured the school to reverse its decision on banning American flags on their club t-shirts and Tuesday the group hosted Turning Point USA’s Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens for a “Make Stanford Great Again!” event. All things that I think are great. I massively respect Robert Spencer and have done so for many years. John sounds like a heck of a leader and a fine upstanding conservative.

Rice-Cameron’s parents encouraged debate and discussion, which must have been lively to say the least. By doing so, they unwittingly planted John’s feet on the road to conservatism. He listens avidly to Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin, host of “Life, Liberty & Levin” on the Fox News Channel. That’ll do the trick nicely. “I salute John David Rice-Cameron; a young man committed to liberty,” Levin wrote on social media, sharing a story from The College Fix. John responded with a heartfelt thank you and says he will call Levin’s show soon. “You have been the single greatest political inspiration for me,” he wrote. “Thank you very much. I will try to call into the radio show sometime soon.”

Mark Levin is a constitutional conservative and is a brilliant author and scholar. By listening to Levin explain the intellectual underpinnings of conservatism and the principles of individual liberty and natural rights, that encouraged John to be proactive and outspoken. “This worldview and these principles compel me to promote conservative ideas at Stanford, and beyond,” he said. “I’m driven by a fundamental sense of urgency over the fact that Americans are slowly losing their liberty, and I believe that liberty is being valued less and less. I want to turn the tide, and college campuses are crucial to doing so.”

“He’d talk about John Locke, and so I’d go and read some John Locke. He’d talk about John Smith, so I’d go and read John Smith. He’d talk about the Federalist Papers, and so I read those,” Rice-Cameron said. “I discovered the intellectual roots of liberty.”

John can trace his conservative roots to his middle school years. Back then, his father would often have talk radio on during rides home from school or tennis practice. “Sometimes my dad would listen to Rush Limbaugh and he would kind of argue with him,” recalls Rice-Cameron. “I just found myself agreeing with basically everything Rush Limbaugh was saying.”

“She and I disagree on a number of things and we agree a lot,” John said about his mother. “She has always set an example of principle, entering public service for the right reasons — because you care, because you want to serve your country. Those are the kinds of leaders I see in people like Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Mark Meadows, Jim Jordan, the House Freedom Caucus,” he added. “I’ll even say that about President Obama. … He had some pretty destructive ideas … most of his policies were wrongheaded, but I think he is an honorable man who entered politics for the right reasons despite having ideas and principles I have a hard time swallowing.”

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