The official White House lie about the Sestak bribe scandal will be to blame former President Bill Clinton for offering a job to Democrat Senate Candidate Joe Sestak in exchange for dropping his primary bid against Obama-favored candidate Arlen Specter, which is a crime if Sestak’s version of events is accurate.
Because, I guess, blaming Bush in this situation would have been outlandish. You know they floated it, though. In the end, I’ll be it came down to Obama saying, “Quick, who’s the best liar who can make this go away we’ve got on speed dial?”
Regime Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel is set to be fingered as the man who asked Clinton to ask Sestak. I’m sure the White House’s thorough investigation will show that failed President Barack Obama had absolutely no knowledge that this was going on.
All of this is coming from Greg Sargent at the Washington Post’s blog. With that in mind, be prepared to hear it was Joe Biden asking Hillary Clinton to talk to Sestak when the official lie comes out later today.
According to the sources, White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel asked Clinton and his longtime adviser, lawyer Doug Band, to talk to Sestak about the race. It’s unclear right now whether the White House will say that Clinton was asked to suggest specific administration positions for Sestak, whether Clinton floated positions on his own, whether Clinton discussed other options not related to the adminstration, or whether employment even came up at all in the talks.
But the news that Clinton is at the center of this whole story is noteworthy on its own because of the former president’s stature, and underscores how heavily invested the White House was in dissuading Sestak from running.
If there’s any question about why my mind is trained to mistrust any piece of information offered by Sargent, here’s why.
I’ve been unable to ascertain precisely what Clinton discussed with Sestak in terms of his future options, but the release of the White House’s formal response will clear that up.
Oh, yeah. Mr. “He’s just a guy in the neighborhood / I never heard Wright preach hate” will clear it all up in his completely honest Friday afternoon holiday weekend document dump. Of course, Sargent and his cronies in the MFM will consider it “case closed” at that point.
Will they also clear up the job they offered to Colorado Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff under almost identical circumstances?
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