Will the media ever search for Obama’s cocaine dealer?
Larry Sinclair once made some rather incendiary accusations in regards to a very high powered Washington, DC mover and shaker. Specifically, Barack Obama. He also profited off his accusations.
Stormy Daniels is making some rather incendiary accusations in regards to a very high powered Washington, DC mover and shaker. Specifically, Donald Trump. She currently is profiting off her accusations.
Here’s where the similarities pretty much come to a screeching halt.
You see, Sinclair accused Barack Obama of not only partying with cocaine with him (which Obama admitted to during his high school years), but also of having more than one homosexual encounter with the ex-president.
Sinclair even wrote a book back in ’09 detailing his coke-fueled and no icky girls allowed hi-jinx entitled Barack Obama & Larry Sinclair: Cocaine, Sex, Lies & Murder?
As cited in the book’s teaser on the Amazon.com site;
The biggest untold story of the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election… Finally, the no-holds-barred, 100% true story of Barack Obama’s use and sale of cocaine; his homosexual affairs and the December 23, 2007 murder of Barack Obama’s former lover and choir director of Obama’s Chicago church of 20 years, Donald Young, just days before the 2008 Iowa Caucus. This searing candid story begins with Barack Obama meeting Larry Sinclair in November, 1999, and subsequently procuring and selling cocaine, and then engaging in consensual, homosexual sex with Sinclair on November 6th and again on November 7, 1999. You’ll read in riveting detail how Sinclair, in 2007, repeatedly contacted and requested that the Obama campaign simply come clean about their candidate’s 1999 drug use and sales.
Unfortunately for the supposed spurned lover, Sinclair doesn’t exactly have the greatest of reputations.
Robert Donachie of The Daily Caller verifies in a write-up of Sinclair that in fact, not only does he not have any single solid evidence against Obama, Sinclair also has a criminal record that could be confused with Jesse James’ diary.
Fast forward to present day. Being blown-off (no pun intended) by the establishment media nine-years ago was pretty blatant. Fairly standard coverage given Sinclair’s accusations is like that given by the reliably leftie Politico.com from June 18, 2008;
The Duluth, Minn., resident is the sort of figure who appears at the margins of every presidential campaign, and both Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton had their own obscure accusers with dramatic allegations. But as the old media ignores him, Sinclair has taken full advantage of the Internet, and a video in which he makes his claims that have been viewed more than 900,000 times on YouTube.
Just so I understand the establishment media correctly, here’s their outlook on the situation: Someone with a history of questionable ethics is now trying every trick in the book (no pun intended) to fatten their bank account as much as humanly possible, right?
So what’s Larry Sinclair’s take on porn star Stormy Daniels to break her legally binding non-disclosure agreement (NDA) that she signed back in October of 2016;
“Stormy Daniels is being pimped and pimping the media now, and it’s lining her pockets,” Sinclair told the Washington Examiner. “I believe she had sex with him. Do I believe she’s trying to twist and add to it to benefit her interests? You’re damn right I do.”
“I find this whole double standard sickening, and no, I am not a bigger supporter of Trump, but I am a supporter of fair and unbiased media coverage,” Sinclair said. “I find the whole NDA and accepting money and then later coming back and using a completely legal incident for political and personal gain questionable.”
In case you were wondering, Daniels allegedly had a sexual liaison with President Trump in July of 2006. When she signed her NDA in 2016, she also sealed the deal when she was given a check for $130,000.
Just a couple of other tidbits regarding the rank hypocrisy of the establishment media;
- CNN is now accusing centrist and right-leaning news organizations of “Pro-Trump media sweeps Stormy Daniels story under rug”.
The Washington Post is none-too happy with Fox News failing to give the Stormy Daniels story the attention they believe it deserves;
… March 7, the day after Daniels filed a lawsuit against Trump alleging that the agreement for her to stay quiet was invalid. On that day, 0.6 percent of Fox News’s coverage addressed the Daniels story. By comparison, 2.5 percent of MSNBC’s coverage that day dealt with Daniels (four times as much) and 4.6 percent of CNN’s coverage did (seven times as much).
If you were tuning in during prime time, the coverage was even more sparse. During the week of March 5 to March 9, Fox News programs mentioned Daniels’s name nine times between 7 and 11 p.m., compared with 144 mentions on MSNBC and 141 mentions on CNN.
Last week, the conversation died down a bit. MSNBC mentioned her name 44 times, and CNN mentioned it 79 times during those hours.
Fox News didn’t mention her once.
You mean like how the establishment media covered Larry Sinclair?