Obama & Vera Baker in cheating scandal: Don’t believe it
We’ve heard many rumors today about President Obama and an apparent cheating scandal with former aide Vera Baker, but from what we’ve discovered so far it seems very unlikely to be true and there’s certainly no clear evidence to prove it.
Several sources are reporting on the story in the National Enquirer and to be honest, our opinion and mostly theirs it seems, are that it’s just that…a story. Gather.com for example have told in their article how President Obama apparently cheated on his wife Michelle in 2004, when he stayed the night in D.C. with a former aide.
It’s interesting to note though that their link to the Enquirer now does not go to the story. Instead, a message comes up which says page unavailable/under construction. This also happens on other sites with the National Enquirer link. Make of that what you will.
Gather.com make a very valid point when they point out that the so called security tape that supposedly would prove the story, has not been produced. They also point out that the Enquirer were offering $1 million to anyone who could prove Obama has had an affair. Hardly a neutral standpoint.
We have to say that we’re with them at the moment. A limo driver is the person who apparently spilled the beans, though at this point he has not been identified either. With the evidence, or not, so far we say we don’t believe it, but what do you think? We’d be interested in your thoughts on this story so why not let us know?
Source: National Enquirer
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