Skip to comments.White House Communications Agency Under Investigation in Colombia Prostitution Scandal
Posted on 04/23/2012 9:40:59 AM PDT by kristinn
The investigation into the Colombia prostitution scandal has broadened to include the White House Communications Agency, Nextgov has learned.
Laura Williams, a spokeswoman for the Defense Information Systems Agency, which manages the White House office that provides the president with secure communications, confirmed that one individual from WHCA is under investigation, but could not provide any more details at this time.
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The Secret Service scandal spread to a second hotel today as it was revealed that a 12th suspended agent reportedly brought a prostitute back to the Hilton where President Barack Obama stayed in Cartagena, Colombia.
The 11 other agents who were sent home to Washington in disgrace were staying at the Hotel Caribe. Some White House staffers and reporters roomed at the luxury resort, but the president never set foot there.
But the new allegation brings the potential security breach closer to the president than previously realized. Obama stayed at the Hilton Cartagena Hotel while he attended the Summit of the Americas, just five days after the agent allegedly invited the hooker there.
That goes a long way to completing the picture of a totally debauched, degenerate, oblivious ruling class such as imperial France before the GUILLOTINE ! ! !
Someone needs to go to jail.
I hear they’re going to Vegas to party down next... better whores.
When will obama’s employees stop taking advantage of poor impoverished women in 3rd world countries? Some might say obama’s people are engaged in a WAR ON WOMEN!
Next to the Department of Redundancy Department
I feel that this has been going on for a long time.
What it points out to me is that it has become so usual that the agents do not bother to hide it.
It is no ones business if an agent on his own time goes out in a third world country filled with prostitutes and rents himself a lady for a few hours.But when they arrogantly bring them back to the high classed hotel they are lodged at and spend the night with them , that is a bit much.
Then to be so cheap as to try to shortchange them. Well you have to wonder what kind of intelligence test a SS agent has to pass.
I wonder how manu Oaxaca Mexico whores got hired when Obama sent 25 agents down to babysit his daughter.
I thought Media Matters was the White House Communications Agency.
And why would the White House Communications Agency need to outsource for more whores? Aren’t they Whores-R-Us already?
How about that embarrasment where the state department put some homsexual in place in Romania? and turned it into a nonstop brothel?
Why this scandal? this time?
Way back in my younger days, I was a member of WHCA. Standards were high then and the work could be intense at times (April 24, 1980 comes to mind). That being said, we acted just like normal people in the military, just like most Americans with self-respect and self-discipline.
And I have been involved with WHCA a few times in the last few years. Today’s military, like the Secret Service, are products of their environment. When society accepts what has been accepted over the last 30 years, then why are we surprised when conduct falls to levels we would not accept in our lives? The “MSM” reported view of America does not “shame” this type of behavior in “normal” people, so why should we expect a higher standard from those in positions of trust? Bill Clinton is a prime example; “he got away with it, why shouldn’t I?” must be the way some of these people look at it.
They should really interview the WIVES of these dick-heads. Now THAT would be very interesting....
When did this see the light of day versus the story that no WH staff was involved?
“When did this see the light of day versus the story that no WH staff was involved?”
The White Hut spin is that the WHCA are military members and not WH “staff” .
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