History Shocker! Ayn Rand Helped FBI Find Communist Influence In ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’
Before War On Christmas 2013 fades into memory, let's take a look at how the FBI examined a Christmas Classic for evidence of communist propaganda. According to a nifty article in Aphelis, Frank Capra's tale of the redemptive power of sentimental glurge was listed as potentially subversive, as part of a widespread investigation into alleged communist influence in Hollywood -- as if anyone needed to investigate such an obvious fact, haw haw!
And why would they worry about the potential communistical content of a dopey little movie about angels and guilt trips? They had some help from a professional anti-communist, of course!
Among the group who produced the analytical tools that were used by the FBI in its analysis of It’s a Wonderful Life was Ayn Rand ... [who had also] published a similar report all by herself.
That little girl who no one liked... grew up to be Ayn Rand. And now you know the Rest Of The Story. Good day!
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