About that Cain affair… …it’s time to Show-Me. Show me the texts. If you have 61 texts from Herman Cain, show them to me. Otherwise, shut up! Show me the texts Ms. White, or shut up!
Show me some evidence Ms. Bialek! Your past is too scurrilous to take your word; show me some evidence.
And, Ms. Kraushaar, um, tell us something! You said he did something. He said he noticed you were short. If there’s something else, bring it out.
OTHERWISE SHUT UP!
Until then, Ann Coulter sums up the media hatchet job pretty well:
With the mainstream media giddily reporting on an alleged affair involving Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain, how long can it be before they break the news that their 2004 vice presidential candidate conceived a “love child” with his mistress, Rielle Hunter?
The left is trying to destroy Cain with a miasma of hazy accusations leveled by three troubled women. Considered individually, the accusations are utterly unbelievable. They are even less credible taken together. This is how liberals destroy a man, out of nothing.
After the first round of baseless accusations against Cain, an endless stream of pundits rolled out the cliche — as if it were the height of originality — “This isn’t he said-she said; it’s he-said, she-said, she-said, she-said, she–said.”
Au contraire: We had two “shes” and only one “said.”
More here from Coulter.
I previously wrote that my problem with Cain on this issue is what seems like a lack of preparation by Mr. Cain and his team. However, assuming Cain’s wife knew about Ms. White, and there was no affair, I can see how this latest one came out of left field.
How about we get on to important issue, you know, like the White House Black Friday document dump. If we yell enough about it, sooner or later the lamestream media will pay attention.