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Politico’s smear campaign against Herman Cain sputters, derails

By Timothy Whiteman, Wilmington Political Buzz Examiner
Factual information vindicates Cain

Amid rising calls for the NRA (National Restaurant Association) to lift the confidentiality agreement signed over a decade ago by Herman Cain’s accusers, some interesting facts have very recently come to light.

~ The Washington Post is reporting that the the NRA has agreed to waive the confidentiality agreement signed by the involved parties involved in the accusations against Cain.

~ But the NRA also states that Cain was never one of the signatories, thus proving his claim that he was never involved with the legalistic intricacies.

~ One of the accusers lawyer, Joel P. Bennett, has stated that his client “would not be revealing further details regarding her story,” causing more than a few Cain supporters to ask “why not?”

~ The WaPo is also reporting that the current NRA President and CEO Dawn Sweeney “said an agreement was reached ‘without an admission of liability,’ and that Cain, now a GOP presidential candidate, was ‘not a party to the agreement.'”

Again, proving Cain’s claim that he was never involved with the resolution of the accusations against him.

~ Sweeny went on to say that when the allegation was first leveled against him, “Mr. Herman Cain disputed the allegations in the complaint.”

Yet again, verifying Cain’s recent claim that that he may not recall every specific, but he did dispute the allegation.

No Media Bias Here, Keep Moving Along…

The left-leaning website,, has recently ran an article entitled “Iowa radio host accuses Herman Cain of ‘inappropriate’ remarks'” detailing Des Moines radio show host Steve Deace’s accusations against Cain.

Yet the Des Moines Register found out exactly what the “inappropriate remarks” were;

“‘Cain said, ‘Darling, do you mind doctoring my tea for me?’ Deace said.

Deace told the Register last month that he believes Cain was talking about adding honey and lemon, but that it was an awkward moment.”

More From Politico and the Mainstream Media…

The Washington Examiner chronicles that Politico has ran 92 stories on the Cain “scandal” since last Sunday.

Brent Bozell, publisher of, cites that in the first three days of the Cain “scandal,” the news networks ran 50 stories involving Cain’s alleged sexual misconduct.

In regards to Bill Clinton’s long history of being a serial sexual predator, Bozell cites the following;

Paula Jones accused Clinton of telling her to perform oral sex on him, “got 16 seconds on one network and that was it.”

Kathleen Willey accused Clinton of groping her, and she received only three network news stories.

Juanita Broaddrick’s allegation of rape got airplay on only three networks. One story each.

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