Cecilia Munoz is just another Obama radical who worked for Obama’s boss, George Soros.
Aaron Klein reports, via WND:
Prior to her appointment yesterday as the next director of President Obama’s Domestic Policy Council, longtime immigration reform advocate Cecilia Munoz served on the board of George Soros’ Open Society Institute.
Munoz also chaired the board of directors of the Center for Community Change, or CCC, a Soros-funded community organizing initiative whose board boasts activists from ACORN, MoveOn.org and other radical groups.
Munoz is currently the head of the White House office of intergovernmental affairs. She most recently worked for the National Council of La Raza, an open-borders group that lobbies for mass immigration and amnesty for illegal aliens.
The official White House statement announcing her new appointment yesterday noted Munoz’s previous work for both the CCC and Soros’ Institute.
“Over the past three years, Cecilia has been a trusted advisor who has demonstrated sound judgment day in and day out,” Obama said in the statement. “Cecilia has done an extraordinary job working on behalf of middle class families, and I’m confident she’ll bring the same unwavering dedication to her new position.”
Munoz’s new duties will include coordinating the policy-making process and supervising the execution of domestic policy in the White House.
While the White House release documented Munoz’s work for the CCC, the statement did not further define the CCC, which recruits and trains activists to spearhead “political issue campaigns” while advocating for more citizen involvement in community organizations.
Munoz worked at the CCC until late November 2008, when then-President-elect Obama announced Munoz had been selected for the position of director of intergovernmental affairs at the White House
The CCC bases its training programs on the techniques taught by radical organizer Saul Alinsky, with several prominent Alinskyites on the board that Munoz directed.