Thursday, May 29th, 2008

 

Larry Sinclair, Obama, cocaine, gay sex, November 1999, Chicago, Washington DC, Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, MSM wake up, Sinclair’s story

I have been following and reporting on the Larry Sinclair allegations of drug use and gay sex with Obama in November 1999. My initial skepticism led to my indepth investigation of not just Sinclair’s allegations but also Obama’s past actions and associations. The more I examined Obama, the more credible Larry Sinclair’s allegations have become. So, you are still a skeptic? Well, Sinclair is in Washington DC for interviews, to find out why the DNC has ignored him and some associated with the DNC have attacked him, and to visitRead More


Larry Sinclair, DNC, Washington DC, Delegates making threats, Howard Dean, Sinclair visits DNC

Larry Sinclair is in Washington DC. He is available for interviews and will be interviewed by Jeff Rense today. Larry visited the DNC headquarters in Washington to get answers as to why he has been ignored. Last fall, Sinclair attempted to contact the DNC regarding his allegations about Obama and drug use. Since then Sinclair has attempted to contact Howard Dean as well as delegates. In some cases, Larry and others following this story have received insults and personal attacks from those associated with the DNC. Larry has documented hisRead More


Reverend Manning video, Obama, Russert, Cafferty, Dean, Edwards, Casey, Byrd, CNN, Bigot Awards, May 28, 2008

The Reverend James Manning continues to tell it like it is regarding Obama, his associations and Main Stream Media. Reverend Manning, who has stated that Obama and Jeremiah Wright are closet homosexuals, has taken aim at those supporting Obama, including the MSM. Here is the Bigot Award list and Reverend Manning’s comments: 7.  Tim Russert: mediocre status reporter for MSNBC who has a fond spiritual relationship with Obama. 6. Jack Cafferty: gained importance by biased reporting in favor of Obama. Patronizing to lift his poor white status. 5. Howard Dean: biased andRead More