Skip to comments.Politico Covers Up Obama Campaign's Alleged Attempt to Bribe Rev. Wright
Posted on 05/19/2012 5:03:29 PM PDT by Kaslin
In a 1200 word feature piece titled "Race Issues Return with Rev. Wright," written by Jonathan Martin and James Hohamann, MSNBC's unofficial web-partners at Politico go into excruciating detail charting the return of Obama's former pastor and 20-year mentor. Naturally, the article is all about race-race-race and racism-racism-racism, and how by some unholy act of MSM witchcraft Wright is a bigger problem for Romney than for the man who spent two decades at his knee.
What Politico glaringly chose to leave out of its in-depth and oh-so detailed reporting, though, is the primary reason Reverend Wright is back in the news, but one inconvenient to President Obama's re-election chances:
According to Edward Klein in today’s New York Post, then-Senator Barack Obama’s political campaign tried, through back channels, to bribe Rev. Jeremiah Wright not to speak during the 2008 election cycle. The price: $150,000.
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Good work on digging up that little detail of the $150,000 bribe, Kaslin.
These federal fascist jackasses infesting our Whitehouse are scum times 10.
When I first read articles from Politico, I knew right away that it was a rag that has to be taken with some grain of salt
Even Limbaugh was fooled, I believe, by Politico when it first cranked up; but, all you have to do is look at who the founders/columnists are, that tells you who and what they are. They are all in 0bama’s camp and always will be on the extreme left. To Limbaugh’s credit, he knows who they are now.
This story must go away for Barry since hush money for Wright may expose the alleged activities involving the unsolved murder of Wright’s choir director, Donald Young, the suspected down-low gay life style and a possible tangential connection to Larry Sinclair. This story will not be allowed to have legs. The best chance for the truth would be a tabloid-rag expose’ along the lines of the exposure of John Edward as he was cornered in a hotel men’s room trying to escape the tabloid reporter. But who will step forward?
Since you won’t accept my verbal appreciation, here’s a dozen or so doughnut holes, with spoons, filled with strawberry preserves -