May 01, 2010

National Enquirer Ready to Break Obama Cheating Scandal... That I Wrote About Two Years Ago

Go to the Enquirer for the taste of exploitive naughtiness and rumors of video, and then to this October 29, 2008 CY story for the details the Enquirer left out of their teaser.

Keep in mind that I interviewed the driver (who is not a professional limo driver, but the National Operations Director for a PR firm Obama had hired for his 2004 Senate race), published the story here, and then offered the source's contact info to the MSM so that they could do their own investigations... but ABC News and NBC News had already interviewed the driver, and chose to squash the story.

Other media outlets also apparently knew of the affair and the willing witness, and sat on the story as well.

Let's be very frank. If any of these new organizations had printed the truth regarding Barack Obama's affair with Vera Baker just a week prior to the election, he would not be our President.

The lesson here?

If you have important information about a political candidate for the most powerful elected position on planet Earth and need it to be dissiminated, make sure you make your first call to a reputable news organization without a partisan axe to grind... like the National Enquirer.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at May 1, 2010 08:01 PM

Michelle knows and hasn't made a eunuch out of him yet..........Strange, very strange but we can only hope.

Posted by: AndyJ at May 1, 2010 08:26 PM

And that little disappearing act Obama pulled a few weeks ago. . . was Vera in town?

Posted by: Joan of Argghh! at May 1, 2010 08:38 PM

Not surprising, I suppose. But I wish a publication other than the Enquirer would break the story.

Posted by: Adam Woodford at May 1, 2010 09:11 PM
But it seems The National Enquirer is so unsure of the story it never mentions the word "sex." Since when does the Enquirer avoid the word "sex"?
Posted by: Neo at May 1, 2010 09:23 PM

It's unfortunate that taste of exploitive naughtiness link is not available in our Philippine area for further reading.

Posted by: Trosp at May 2, 2010 10:34 AM

You're awfully blase' for someone who's just been totally plagiarized.

Posted by: denver_guy at May 2, 2010 03:09 PM

An affair? An affair involving the most arrogant, narcissistic, drooled over, demigod in our nation's history? Certainly not. It must be an evil Republican plot.

Posted by: mikemcdaniel at May 2, 2010 08:07 PM