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Thursday, July 31, 2008

John Edwards for City Attorney

Why Not? He's a lawyer with typical lawyer ethics, and in light of whom the city was considering, and the events that transpired with the previous city attorney, Edwards would be a marked improvement.

(as reported on Fox, Rush Limbaugh, etc ...)

A NATIONAL ENQUIRER investigation has uncovered John Edwards’ mistress, Rielle Hunter – the mother of his “love child” – has been secretly receiv­ing $15,000 a month as part of an elaborate cover-up orchestrated by the former presidential contender.

The money is being funneled to Hunter by a wealthy colleague who was closely tied to the Edwards’ campaign. This same man is also shoveling cash to Edwards’ pal and former aide Andrew Young – who tried to take the heat off the ex-Senator by claiming he is the father of Rielle’s baby.

And The ENQUIRER is also exclusively revealing that Rielle’s baby is a girl named Frances Quinn Hunter and was born at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital.

“A super-rich pal – who was closely involved with the campaign finances – is helping John. It’s likely this man doesn’t know all the dirty details of John’s extramarital affair, but is acting out of loyalty and is not asking a lot of questions – only writing the checks,” revealed a source very close to the situation.

A year-long ENQUIRER investigation exploded spectacularly into the open on the night of July 21 when our reporters caught Edwards making a secret late-night visit to Rielle, 44, and their infant child at Los Angeles’ Beverly Hilton hotel.

Edwards, 55, was confronted by ENQUIRER reporters, but refused to answer questions and instead hid in a public men’s restroom until security escorted him off hotel grounds.

The Beverly Hilton meeting between Edwards and Rielle was pulled off with the help of Rielle’s longtime California friend Bob McGovern, who drove Rielle to the hotel from Santa Barbara, and booked two rooms under his name. Rielle and Edwards met in one of those rooms.

Edwards has refused to comment on The ENQUIRER’s account of that evening and has avoided reporters’ questions.

3 Comments:

  • Well, Mario, in your blind apathy towards all things democratic, you have stooped to a new low. The National Enquirer, that supermarket tabloid, is your source for this muck-raking? Next you’ll be believing what is written in the Marco Eagle.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Friday, August 01, 2008 8:45:00 AM  

  • i'll never get that low!!

    by the way, the story was confirmed by matt drudge - who originally broke the story with his conversation with the mistress rielle hunter - and by the kansas city news & observer, and few others.

    By Anonymous dr. mario sanchez, at Friday, August 01, 2008 9:01:00 AM  

  • The pressure on John Edwards to address fatherhood allegations

    Thursday, August 7, 2008, 02:13 PM

    The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

    Some Democratic insiders are saying John Edwards needs to address allegations by the National Enquirer that he fathered a former campaign worker’s child — if the former presidential candidate wants to keep a speaking role in this month’s Democratic National Convention.

    The Charlotte Observer, in Edwards’ home state of North Carolina, has this today:

    “He absolutely does have to (resolve it). If it’s not true, he has to issue a stronger denial,” said Gary Pearce, the Democratic strategist who ran Edwards’ 1998 Senate race. “It’s a very damaging thing. … The big media has tried to be responsible and handle this with kid gloves, but it’s clearly getting ready to bust out. If it’s not true, he’s got to stand up and say, ‘This is not true. That is not my child, and I’m going to take legal action against the people who are spreading these lies.’ It’s not enough to say, ‘That’s tabloid trash.’”

    The national convention is intended to showcase party unity and rally Democrats around the party’s nominee. Prime-time speakers generate enthusiasm for the candidate and the party’s platform. Edwards is widely regarded as a rousing speaker, particularly on poverty, and still has as many as 19 delegates pledged to him, making him a logical choice for a high-profile role under normal circumstances.

    By Anonymous dr. mario sanchez, at Thursday, August 07, 2008 6:34:00 PM  

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