Why Didn’t Rep. Cantor Go Public?: Petraeus Sex Scandal Could Have Sunk Obama

Survival News:

Despite the explosive nature of the allegations, two Republican members of Congress, Dave Reichert and Eric Cantor, decided to pass on the information to the FBI director and take no action themselves. They didn’t even inform their colleagues on the House Intelligence Committee or in the House leadership. It was a terrible mistake on their part that enabled Obama to escape the damaging repercussions of the scandal right before what many conservatives called the most important presidential election of our lifetimes.

Can you imagine Pelosi or Reed not getting on the horn to their news(?) people buddies and the thing going viral if it wld have sunk Romney? Assuming it would have sunk Obama. Or calling it in to Messina or Axelrod?

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  • Margaret McC.  On November 13, 2012 at 6:00 PM

    If the election was not won fraudulently by Obama, then the fact that multiple scandals have afflicted his administration means nothing to his base of “Gimmiedats.” Most of his voters don’t know who Petraeus is and wouldn’t care what he did or even know that it was wrong and dangerous to the country. SIGH.

    Since the Republicans don’t control the Senate, impeachment which is warranted over Fast & Furious, the DOJ dereliction of duty over black crime and voter intimidation, FEMA incompetence, vote fraud, wouldn’t happen over Petraeus either. Nothing sticks because the MSM won’t harp on it. And, the voting public is half-composed of either low-information voters or active Socialists.


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