By Kevin “Coach” Collins
This installment continues by exposing how Democrat Franklin Delano Roosevelt was surrounded by Communists who put Americans in mortal danger for years.
Once the Venona Papers were read all the phony pretenses about “McCarthyism” were proved false. Here’s a partial list of Roosevelt’s Communists. The web these Democrat Communists weaved was frightening.
Marion Bachrach was a Democrat and a Communist.
Bachrach was Abt’s sister and the personal secretary and congressional office manager to Representative John Bernard of the Minnesota Farmer-Labor Party in 1937-1938.
Alger and Donald Hiss were Democrats and Communists.
Alger Hiss was an assistant to Assistant Secretary of State Francis Sayre who was Woodrow Wilson’s son in law. In 1948 Whitaker Chambers named Hiss as a fellow Communist. Hiss was eventually sent to Lewisburg Federal Prison upon his conviction of perjury during the hearings. Hiss’s brother Donald was also a Democrat and a Communist who worked in Roosevelt’s State Department. 
Lee Pressman was a Democrat and a Communist.
Pressman was an assistant general counsel of the Agriculture Adjustment Administration in 1933. He worked for noted Socialist Democrat Henry Wallace. Pressman joined the Communist Party in 1934. 
Nathan Witt was a Democrat and a Communist.
Witt was the Secretary of the National Labor Relations Board from 1937 to 1940. When it became known he was a Soviet spy, Witt stepped down. 
Henry Collins was a Democrat and a Communist.
Collins worked for Roosevelt’s National Recovery Administration and the Agricultural Adjustment Administration. 
Charles Kramer was a Democrat and a Communist.
Kramer worked for Roosevelt’s Department of Labor National Labor Relations Board. 
George Silverman was a Democrat and a Communist.
Silverman worked at the Railroad Retirement Board; was the Federal Coordinator of Transportation was assigned to the United States Tariff Commission and the Labor Advisory Board of the National Recovery Administration. 
John Herrmann was a Democrat and a Communist.
Herrmann was an assistant to Harold Ware the Communist spy ring leader in Roosevelt’s Administration. He also worked at the Agriculture Adjustment Administration. He was the ring’s courier and document photographer and introduced Chambers to Hiss. 
Victor Perlo was a Democrat and a Communist.
Perlo was Roosevelt’s chief of the Aviation Section of the War Production Board. He also worked at the Office of Price Administration Department of Commerce and the Division of Monetary Research at the Department of Treasury. 
Solomon Adler was a Democrat and a Communist
Adler was identified as a Soviet spy by Whittaker Chambers. Adler worked at Roosevelt’s Works Progress Administration starting in 1936. His boss was notorious Communist Harry Dexter White. In 1950 he led to his native England and eventually lived out his days in Communist China. 
Alice Prentice Barrows was a Democrat and a Communist.
Barrows was a secretary to Dr. William Wirt the head of the United States Office of Education during the Roosevelt Administration. This was especially surprising since Barrows had been a member of the Communist Party since 1919 when she started working in Democrat Woodrow Wilson’s Office of Education. 
The “Wirt Incident”
In 1934 the Congress investigated a 1933 Communist Party meeting at Barrow’s home. Under questioning, Wirt made a statement that is instructive to understand some of the current aims of today’s Democrat Party.
Wirt said, “I was told they believe that by thwarting our then evident economic recovery, they would be able to prolong the country’s destitution until they had demonstrated to the American people that the Government must operate business and commerce. By propaganda, they would destroy institutions making long term capital loans—and then push Uncle Sam into making these loans. Once Uncle Sam becomes our financier, he must also follow his money with control and management.
“We believe we have Roosevelt in the middle of a swift stream and that the current is so strong, that he cannot turn back or escape from it. We believe that we can keep Mr. Roosevelt there until we are ready to supplant him with a Stalin. We all think that Mr. Roosevelt is only the Kerensky of this revolution. We are on the inside. We can control the avenues of influence. We can make the President believe that he is making decisions for himself.” 
Frank Coe was a Democrat and a Communist
Coe worked in Roosevelt’s Federal Security Agency (early name for Social Security) and the Treasury Department as well as the War Production Board. 
Judith Coplon was a Democrat and a Communist
Coplon started working for Roosevelt’s Department of Justice in 1943. She worked in the Foreign Agents Registration section which gave her access to the FBI’s counter intelligence data. She became a willing Soviet Spy in 1944. 
Lauchlin Bernard Currie was a Democrat and a Communist
Currie was a naturalized citizen who was born in Canada. While he worked as a White House economic adviser to Roosevelt from 1939 to 1945 he was a Soviet operative. 
Laurence Duggan was a Democrat and a Communist.
Duggan is an example of how polluted the American media was by the time of Roosevelt’s death. In 1948 he was questioned by the FBI about his activities as a Soviet operative when he worked at the State Department during World War II. Ten days later he committed suicide and became a martyr for the Left who insisted Duggan was an innocent man who was “hounded” by the government. When the Venona Papers were released they proved Duggan was a Soviet spy. 
Charles S. Flato was a Democrat and a Communist
During World War II Flato worked for the Democratic controlled United States Senate’s Labor subcommittee as an aide to Florida Democrat Senator Claude Pepper known as “Red Pepper” for his “socialist” leanings. 
Jane Foster was a Democrat and a Communist
Foster worked for the Office of Strategic Services (the forerunner of the CIA) from 1943 to 1947. 
Harold Glasser was a Democrat and a Communist.
Glasser worked in Roosevelt’s Treasury Department and was a member of the Perlo Soviet Spy ring closely cooperating with Harry Dexter White. 
Harry Gold was a Democrat and a Communist.
Gold was a chemist and document thief for the Rosenberg spy ring. He was a Soviet spy all the while as he channeled secret information on the Manhattan Project to the Soviets. 
Gerald Graze was a Democrat and a Communist.
Graze was employed by Roosevelt’s State Department during World War II. 
Maurice Halprin was a Democrat and a Communist.
Halprin worked for Roosevelt’s OSS. When he was recruited he had already been a Communist for six years. 
Harry Lloyd Hopkins was a Democrat and a Communist.
Hopkins was one of Roosevelt’s closest advisers. He helped give form to Roosevelt’s New Deal program and was especially instrumental in developing the Works Progress Administration. The Venona Papers identify Hopkins as Source # 19. This makes sense of the fact that against the best advice of most other Roosevelt staffers Hopkins approved a Soviet request for 40 tons of uranium – the main component of Atomic bombs. Iskhak Akhmerov a top Soviet spy handler called Hopkins, “the most important of all Soviet wartime agents in the United States.” 
Julius J. Joseph was a Democrat and a Communist.
While Julius Joseph worked for Roosevelt’s Office of Strategic Services (Japanese Intelligence Section) during World War II he was a Soviet spy. He also worked in the Office for Emergency Management, the Labor War Manpower Commission and the Office of War Information. By 1945 he was promoted to the position of OSS Deputy Chief of the Far Eastern Division. 
Bella Joseph was a Democrat and a Communist.
Bella, wife of Julius Joseph was employed by Roosevelt’s Office of Strategic Services – Motion Picture Division. 
Emma Harriet Joseph was a Democrat and a Communist.
A Communist, Emma Harriet Joseph was also employed by Roosevelt’s Office of Strategic Services. She worked with Julius Joseph, her brother and Emma Joseph her sister-in-law to spy for the Soviet Communists Intelligence structure in America. 
Mary Jane Keeney, Philip Olin Keeney were Democrats and Communists.
The Keeneys were founding members of the Progressive Librarians Council. Mary Jane was employed by Roosevelt’s Board of Economic Warfare during World War II. Philip was a librarian at the Library of Congress assigned to process classified material.
He and Mary Jane were members of the Silvermaster ring of Soviet spies all during World War II.
Philip Keeney’s rise through the federal government was an especially egregious example of Democrat Franklin D. Roosevelt’s disregard of standards because his Communist sympathies were well known or would have been easily discovered. That from 1943 to 1945 Keeney was the Chief of the Document Security Section in the Foreign Economic Administration is indeed a scathing accusation against Roosevelt’s stewardship of America’s security. 
Samuel Simon Krafsur was a Democrat and a Communist.
Krafsur worked for the Communist Party as a Soviet spy recruiter. Among those he recruited was Josef Berger. In 1942 Berger was hired by Roosevelt’s Department of Justice as a speech writer for Attorney General Francis Biddle. He was also a secretary to the Chairman of the Democrat National Committee. The Venona files show that Berger worked for the KGB. Joseph Berger was a Democrat and a Communist. 
Charles Kramer/ Charles Krevitsky was a Democrat and a Communist.
Kramer worked for four different congressional committees while he was a member of Victor Perlo’s Soviet spy ring in Roosevelt’s Administration during World War II. Fellow Roosevelt Administration Communists helped Kramer find jobs in the Department of Labor National Labor Relations Board – NLRB- before World War II.
During the 1944 campaign cycle Kramer worked for the Democratic National Committee and in 1946 he worked to reelect California Democrat Ellis Patterson, who was also a Communist for years at the time. 
Christina Krotkova was a Democrat and a Communist.
As a Venona identified Communist, Krotkova worked for Roosevelt’s Office of War Information during World War II. 
Oscar Ryszard Lange was a Democrat and a Communist.
The Venona files reveal that Lange’s KGB code name was “Friend.” Lange was so highly placed in the Roosevelt Administration, that at Stalin’s personal request, he was the “go between” contact between Stalin and Roosevelt. He went on to be the fake Communist government of Poland’s first ambassador to America. 
Trude Lash was a Democrat and a Communist.
Venona papers proved that in 1943, while Trude Lash was cultivating a close friendship with Democrat President Franklin Roosevelt’s wife Eleanor Roosevelt she was an active Soviet Communist spy. On instruction from her Soviet handler Aleksej Sokirkin, First Secretary of the Soviet Embassy in Washington, D.C. for Soviet intelligence she spied on Eleanor Roosevelt referred to as Kapitansha in the Soviet’s reports. 
Duncan Chaplin Lee was a Democrat and a Communist.
Soon after Lee, a descendant of Robert E. Lee, was hired by Office of Strategic Service (OSS) Chief William J. Donovan, he became the Soviet Union’s KGB’s most senior spy. Lee’s betrayals were breathtaking! He gave his Soviet spy handlers a list of OSS employees he thought could be turned into Soviet spies and gave the Soviets all he knew about the D-Day invasion and OSS operations in France as well as in Asia – specifically Japan and China. He also supplied Stalin with intelligence reports describing the negotiating strategies the British and Americans would use in discussions on what post war Poland would look like. He reported on American diplomatic policies in Turkey and Romania. 
Henry Samuel Magdoff was a Democrat and a Communist.
Magdoff worked in Roosevelt’s Administration holding many positions. In each instance he was a Communist Party member before he was hired. During World War II Magdoff passed his Soviet spy handlers many valuable piece of information. 
James Walter Miller was a Democrat and a Communist.
Miller simultaneously worked as a KGB agent for the Soviet Union and as an employee of Roosevelt’s wartime mail censorship office. In the later position he was very valuable to his Soviet spy handlers. 
Robert Talbott Miller III was a Democrat and a Communist.
Miller was a Roosevelt Administration State Department Office of Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs during World War II while he was a Soviet spy and a member of the Golos spy ring. His spy code name was Mirage. 
Robert G. Minor was a Democrat and a Communist.
Minor worked in Roosevelt’s OSS during World War II and was a Soviet intelligence agent spying on the Service’s operations. He was one of twenty discovered agents to have worked in the inept wartime OSS. 
Leonard Emil Mins was a Democrat and a Communist.
Mins was a Communist from 1919 on and despite this fact he was hired into Roosevelt’s Office of Strategic Service OSS during World War II. All the while he worked as a Soviet spy. 
Franz Leopold Neumann was a Democrat and a Communist.
Neumann was another Soviet spy working in Roosevelt’s OSS. In a July 1943 intercepted Venona message he was identified as a Soviet spy. 
Allan Robert Rosenberg was a Democrat and a Communist.
Rosenberg was a member of the federal Railroad Retirement Board and the National Labor Relations Board under Roosevelt. He was also a member of the Perlo spy ring at the same time. He is reported to have supplied the Soviets with a multitude of reports stolen or copied from many government agencies. Venona information shows that the Soviets actually identified Rosenberg by his real name. He had no code name. 
Julius Rosenberg and Ethel Rosenberg were Democrats and Communists.
Both husband and wife were registered New York City Democrats. They were convicted of passing Atom bomb secrets to Stalin during World War II. The release of the Venona files proved they were guilty and brushed aside protestations of their innocence from the American Left and their children.  The Rosenbergs are some of the most well-known communist spies of the era.
Nathan Gregory Silvermaster was a Democrat and a Communist.
Silvermaster was a member of Roosevelt’s Treasury Department, War Assets Administration and several other agencies while he ran a Communist spy ring carrying his name – The Silvermaster ring. Venona files indicate Silvermaster was known as Pal, Pel and Paul by his spy handlers. 
Helen Barrett Tenney was a Democrat and a Communist.
Tenney was an employee of the Soviet spy system for many years before she joined the Roosevelt Administration’s Office of War Information from where she sent many reports to her Soviet spy handlers who paid her $50.00 a month for her work. 
William Ludwig Ullmann was a Democrat and a Communist.
Ullmann was hired into Roosevelt’s National Recovery Administration where he met Communist spies Nathan Gregory Silvermaster and his wife Helen Silvermaster. He and the Silvermasters bought a house together in 1938. In 1942, while working for the Treasury Department Ullmann was drafted; Silvermaster got him a commission and a posting to the Pentagon. He immediately started stealing classified data which was passed on via back channels to Stalin. Ullmann passed Stalin almost every important piece of information that could be had in the period he was at the Pentagon. At one point Ullmann stole so much information that he could not stop to develop the pictures he took and he just forwarded negatives. The damage Ullman did to America is hard to determine, but he is among the worst spies we have ever had in our history. 
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