Skip to comments.Sestak says WH gave his brother heads up on story
Posted on 05/28/2010 2:05:59 PM PDT by Samizdat
In Sestak news conference a few minutes ago, he answered the question about his brother's involvement in this issue. He said his brother was contacted by the White House to serve as a conduit (to Sestak) and the White House gave his brother a heads up on what the White House statement was going to be. So now we know how they got their stories coordinated.
Federal laws are more stringent.
Time to bring out the sacrifice.
Coordinating the lie
I remember a Greta Van Sustern interview with Sestak where he claimed to have had a meeting at the white house and the offer was made to him. My memory is not flawless. but I remember him saying he was asked to meet with the WH and the offer was made at that time. Can anyone help me find this? I’ve been looking but haven’t come up with anything yet. I believe it was near the time of the healthcare debate.
Good luck on this. Wish I could help. With all the clips out there, you’d think this one would surface.
“With all the clips out there, youd think this one would surface.”
You can be sure people are going over the clips with a fine tooth comb.
The list, ping
Thanks for trying! I tried to go on the link to read more, but the article has been taken down. There is, however, a big difference between “the White House offered” and “someone representing the white house offered” a deal. Can they possibly believe we are all so gullible?
It did say “high ranking job” which is far different than an unpaid position on some unnamed committee.
>>You can be sure people are going over the clips with a fine tooth comb.<<
And several on them are on Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck’s payroll. :)
I found this too. It sure doesn’t seem like they were talking about Clinton:
Sestaks star has faded quickly. Following a couple of days of post-election glow, the Philadelphia-area congressman has become mired in a scandal. Sestak continues to be tight-lipped about what exactly the White House whispered last summer, when, according to him, a senior Obama aide dangled a top administrative post some Chicago-style bait in exchange for dropping his challenge to Specter. Though Sestak didnt bite, the episode continues to haunt him.
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