Larry Sinclair – Media’s Admission of Failure to Investigate Obama

Now that the Washington Post has admitted it’s failure to investigate adequately, will they do so now? We will see. Larry Sinclair, the man who alleges that he and Sen. Obama used cocaine and engaged in consensual sex in 1999, has a new post up today. I agree completely with Mr. Sinclair’s analysis of the media’s utter failure to investigate Sen. Obama. I also agree with his urging Republican Party Officials to follow Philip Berg’s lead and file suit against Sen. Obama.

From Larry Sinclair:

Sunday, November 9, 2008


For months now the Obama Campaign along with its supporters/surrogates have falsely and repeatedly claimed “The media has not reported Sinclair’s allegations against Barack Obama because they investigated them and found them to be lies.”

Well today the Washington Post has admitted that the Post failed to “give the serious scrutiny to Obama that he deserved…” and admitted that the Post failed to look into “Obama’s own admitted drug use, his time in Chicago and his ties with Rezko…”

As I have responded for months to those claiming the media investigated and debunked my allegations, the media has not investigated but in fact simply ignored and or covered the story. Today’s admission by the Washington Post only reaffirms that fact.

Maybe now the “undressing of the real Barack Obama” will begin.

In the mean time I will continue to reveal the truth about Barack Obama, and today put out a call to any State Republican party official who believes in the law being upheld, and advise you that according to a sitting US Federal Judge, legal action brought challenging Barack Obama’s constitutional eligibility to hold the office of POTUS by any State Republican party office WILL HAVE STANDING. I urge you to file suit on the grounds of his adoption and being a citizen of Indonesia.

(Copyright 2008 by Larry Sinclair/ and Larry All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Without express written permission of Larry Sinclair.)

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