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Accuser: Cain Wouldn’t Be A Good President

From George Stephanopoulos at ABC News:

Herman Cain Would Not Make a ‘Good President,’ Ginger White Says

George Stephanopoulos
November 30, 2011

Ginger White, who says she was involved in a 13 or 14 year “on and off” affair with Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain, today told me she does not think he is fit to be president.

It was so casual she can even say how many years it lasted? Also, where are the documents. After 14 years, there should be documents.

“I honestly do not think that he is, in my opinion, would make a good president as far as I’m concerned,” White told me in an exclusive interview on “GMA.”

Cain has denied the affair and publicly criticized White, calling her a “troubled Atlanta business woman” who is using “national media outlets to promulgate a fabricated, unsubstantiated story,” he wrote in an email to supporters.

The GOP candidate told his staff yesterday that White’s allegations were “cause for reassessment,” but last night his campaign manager told ABC News that there is “no way he’s dropping out.”

If Cain drops out now, for whatever reason, the media will take it as an admission of guilt. So he has to stand his ground if he wants to retain anything of his reputation.

When I asked White if she thought Cain should end his bid for the presidency, she said “that’s something that he has to look himself in the mirror and ask himself.”

“You know last night I slept very well telling the truth. I’m not sure what’s going on in his head right now but it’s unfortunate that any of this is going on,” she said.

She slept very well, even though she is trying to destroy a man who has helped her in the past?

White, 46, described their relationship as a “very casual affair.” She said she was single when it began and Cain took her on “several trips,” including to a Mike Tyson vs. Evander Holyfield fight in Las Vegas.

Where is the documentation? Why can’t she produce something tangible?

Over the past two and a half years Cain “consistently” gave White money, she said, but it was not “sex for cash.” She admitted to financial difficulties, including being sued for libel by a former business partner, but denied that she was ever evicted.

She was sued and found guilty. But notice how the news media are even willing to accept libelers as a source, when it comes to bringing down a Republican.

Cain doesn’t dispute that he gave her financial assistance, writing to supporters that he helped her “just as I have helped many friends and acquaintances throughout the years. I thought Ms. White was a friend in need of a supportive hand to better her life. Ms. White has made it apparent that she was abusing the friendship.”

This morning White showed ABC News phone records that she says show text messages back-and-forth between her and Cain on several dates as recently as October and November.

Notice how our news media never bother to tell us how many of the texts are from Ms. White to Cain.

White said she communicated with him “up until last week” but he never asked her to keep the affair quiet.

“The funny thing about Herman Cain is never in a million years did he probably think that I would speak out on this,” she said. “And honestly speaking I never wanted to.”

She told me the spotlight is “difficult” and she has been “absolutely humiliated [and] embarrassed.”

Which is why she went on Good Morning America. To try to hide from the public eye.

“I can’t image waking up one morning and deciding to come out with this if this was not true,” White said. “This has been a very difficult situation for myself and for my family.  And it’s nothing that I’m proud of.”

Again, this woman is a convicted libeler. So why is this so hard to "image"?

This article was posted by Steve on Wednesday, November 30th, 2011. Comments are currently closed.

12 Responses to “Accuser: Cain Wouldn’t Be A Good President”

  1. tranquil.night says:

    Just when you think the MBM can’t sink any lower than Rock Bottom..

  2. David says:

    I am shocked! Thank you George for this brilliant journalistic insight. Who would have guessed that a woman trying to earn her fame by leading the virtual lynch mob against this man would not be his supporter?

    I know Cain refuses to play the race card but I have no problem with it. This is the most despicably racist thing the media and the left has done in the last 10 years. It should be horrifying that what plays to the heart of liberals is the KKK mantra of them “black men chasing after our white women.”
    Sometimes I wish we had the sort of free speech squashing laws the left loves so that these racists pigs at the WHITES ONLY MSNBC would be sitting in prison or have their teeth knocked in.

  3. proreason says:

    She looks like Cain’s wife.

    But you know, they can find thousands of women if they want to.

    In analyzing the situation, you have to discount the number and focus on the believability of the women.

    This one is the most believable yet, assuming that the cell phone records are legitimate. If they are, it’s pretty damning. If she can come up with records that proved they traveled together, it’s over.

    I’m thinking that Herman likes girls. And I would prefer a president who does.

  4. GetBackJack says:

    The Democratic Party created Ku Klux Klan (their back-in-the day union-thugs of Present) had a tried and true tactic post-Reconstruction …. make wild, improbable, fantastic sexual accusations against a member of the GOP until the proletariat would go after the Republican with beatings, and worse. And woe betide the Black Man who was a Republican, him the Democratic Party and the Klan would just flat out lynch, often on fire.

    The Klan has returned.

    It’s that simple.

  5. sticks says:

    And yet if we critisize Obama on his policies we will be called racisits, the hypocrisy of the media has reached the level of insanity. If Cain were the Democrate candidate of their choice these stories would never be heard or these women would be dragged through the mud. Any black conservative candidate had better be ready for it, GBJ is right the clan is here to stay and it’s the liberal media.

  6. River0 says:

    Cain should not quit because of these “revelations” – if they aren’t true – and must fight like hell. But the really dangerous thing is he’s practically illiterate with foreign affairs, and even makes light of it. For that he must exit the race.

  7. GetBackJack says:

    Herman Cain and the KKK

    The legacy of the Democratic Party lingers on. The legacy of the disavowed intimidation and violent thuggery of the KKK as part of the post-Civil war Democratic Party is well documented and researched and beyond dispute. And that legacy has raised it’s ugly vengeance once again. See David Barton, Setting The Record Straight; American History in Black and White.

    History is not only important, it is critical, and it’s time to remind American voters that a primary target of KKK and thus Democratic Party was the killing, lynching and harassment of members of the GOP, especially black members of the GOP.

    Ask Herman Cain.

    Or, have none of you heard of the lynching of Leo Frank? Leo Frank, a Jewish factory manager. In sensationalistic newspaper accounts, Frank was accused of fantastic sexual crimes and of the murder of a Mary Phagan, a girl employed at his factory. He was convicted of murder after a questionable trial in Georgia (the judge asked that Frank and his counsel not be present when the verdict was announced due to the violent mob of people surrounding the court house). His appeals failed (Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes dissented, condemning the intimidation of the jury as failing to provide due process of law). The governor then commuted his sentence to life imprisonment, but a mob calling itself the Knights of Mary Phagan kidnapped Frank from the prison farm and lynched him. Ironically, much of the evidence in the murder actually pointed to the factory’s black janitor, Jim Conley, who the prosecution claimed only helped Frank to dispose of the body. [1]

    Or, the murder of Viola Liuzzo, a white mother of five who came South to march for Civil Rights. She was marginalized and her murder made mundane by the Press’ rumor mill, fed by white Democrats that she had abandoned her children in order to have sex with black civil rights workers.

    In a July 2005 incident, a Hispanic man’s house was burned down in Hamilton, Ohio, after accusations that he sexually assaulted a nine-year-old white girl. Klan members in Klan robes showed up afterward to distribute pamphlets. [2]

    A common tactic post-Reconstruction used by the Democratic Party’s Klan was to accuse Republicans of interracial sexual activities, a tactic at which Lyndon Baines Johnson was master. LBJ once instructed his campaign manager to “leak” information to the Press that his political rival was enjoying sexual congress with his barnyard animals. “I can’t do that,” cried the campaign manager, “it’s not true.” To which Johnson replied “I know it’s not true, but I want to see the SOB deny it.”

    Herman Cain is in excellent company. A black member of the GOP hounded by rumors he has to deny. I see a pattern here.

    Indeed, let’s take a hard look at The End Of The Dark Street by Danielle L. McGuire. The author gives us the never-before-told history of how the civil rights movement began; how it was in part started in protest against the ritualistic rape of black women by white men who used economic intimidation, sexual violence, and terror to derail the freedom movement; and how those forces persisted unpunished throughout the Jim Crow era when white men assaulted black women to enforce rules of racial and economic hierarchy. Black women’s protests against sexual assault and interracial rape fueled civil rights campaigns throughout the South that began during World War II and went through to the Black Power movement. The Montgomery bus boycott was the baptism, not the birth, of that struggle.

    The Klan, which is to say the Democratic Party has a 150 year history it does everything in it’s considerable debauching of history to prevent you seeing, but the truth is there. This political party relies on violence, intimidation, thuggery, sexual assault, sexual innuendo and beatings to get their way. Once you know the real history of the Klan and the Democrats which are a Janus god of American politics, you’ll know exactly what’s happening to a black Republican contender for that Party’s nomination to the Presidency.

    Sexual innuendo as a form of latter day lynching, or as LBJ cackled, I wanna hear the man deny it.

    The Democratic Party hasn’t changed it’s stripes one bit since they began murdering, lynching, looting and beating their way into power. Only difference is today, they get the Press to do it for them.

    And that ought to enrage every American to watch an honorable black man pillaged and politically murdered by the same blood that ran in the veins of Leo Frank’s murderers.

    Rancher, Ph.D.
    Welcomes comments at mackenzie.jackl@gmail.com

    [1] Martin Frost
    [2] Ibid

    • tranquil.night says:

      It absolutely is enraging. There’s so much denial and naivety about who this bunch is, how hate-driven they are, and what that leads them to do when their little castles are sieged.

      I heard it today listening to Tamara the Harpy on Sean today, contradicting herself left and right. Absolutely so sputtering of hate she has no clue what’s real or not, no ability nor care to realize she’s not making any logical sense. And this woman is a lawyer.

      Hell, besides the shady circumstances of each accuser and the Axe angle, this has Democrat Production written all over it simply because each successive drip in this story was perfectly tailored towards the narrative. Every time the facts began to negate the charge, a new charge magically appears. Why isn’t it happening to other candidates? None probably have that specific agreement relating to that alleged charge. They have to be destroyed some other way, but they’ll pay whoever necessary to bear false witness.

      You don’t need to be psychic, just know thy enemy, for there are barbarians about.

      Thanks Jack!

  8. Rusty Shackleford says:

    “I honestly do not think that he is, in my opinion, would make a good president as far as I’m concerned,” White told me in an exclusive interview on “GMA.”

    Well, there you have it. The statement from one person out of 300 million Americans. And, gee willikers, I’m afraid I have to side with her on this because the media told me so. I am unable to discern anything of my own volition, being as there is a presidential candidacy at stake here. I have to side with the media and the fact that Cain simply must be a total sleeze bag.

    Given that the media defended Clinton so adroitly and so fairly, and that he is such a fine, sterling example of how women must (should?) be treated, my own personal view is appropriately molded by what the media tells me to think. Without their ever-knowing guidance and clear-path thinking, I would be lost in the whirlwind of what some “conservative” would have me think instead….and that would just be wrong. You know, using my own life-experience, dealing with people on a day-to-day basis and using that experience, good, bad and otherwise to formulate my own opinion; Giving the benefit of the doubt until evidence is revealed and substantiated. I mean, I just can’t do this on my own…I need help from people like Brian Williams and Bill Maher who have no counter-agenda to conservatism. Just the desire to get to the truth. They’re not “commies” or “socialists” at heart, no. Just doers of good deeds and tellers-of-truth.

    I mean, right?


    • proreason says:

      It does seem a bit mysterious that they can’t seem to find an accuser without multiple bankruptcies or hit-and-run lawsuits in her past. It turns out the Ginger sued an ex-business partner, and lost, for what, on the surface, appears to be frivolous reasons. And she admits that Cain was helping her financially. That appears damning to Cain on the surface, but it also indicates instability on her part.

      With all of the brain-dead liberal women in the world, you would think they could find at least one with a life-history that would stand up to a cursory background check.

      Cain’s problem, as I see it, is that he somehow got the notion that this stuff would never pop up. He’s either naive, arrogant, careless, or dumb. It makes me think he wasn’t really a serious candidate and his success was as surprising to himself as everybody else.

  9. BillK says:

    Herman Cain Would Not Make a ‘Good President,’ Ginger White Says

    Which is the very reason she came forward with her “accusation.”

    Mr. Cain and Mr. Thomas really need to sit down over a few drinks someday and comment on the left’s template as to how to destroy a conservative Black man.

  10. artboyusa says:

    I too had a 13 year affair with Herman Cain. We first met at the Joe Louis – Primo Carnera title bout where I was a cigarette girl. Herman bought a couple of Havanas from me, one of which he shared with his friend, the actor Dennis Hopper, and for which he paid in Albanian lechs. Later we hooked up at the Motel 6 in Hamburger Helper, Georgia. Herman liked me to sit on his lap and call him “Uncle Hermie” but otherwise he was pretty normal, sexually speaking, except for all the rubber. Anyway, you can read my full story in the soon-to-be-published memoir which someone is writing for me right now..what? You don’t believe me? Why not? Evidence? We don’t need no stinkin’ evidence…

    Seriously, if these women were so troubled by their alleged experiences with Cain, why didn’t they come forward when he was polling at 6%? Because the script for this election has already been writen and Herman ain’t in it, so he’s got to go, that’s why. Me, I’m still planning to vote for him but I doubt I’ll ever have the opportunity. His inexperience in foreign policy is no handicap; our foreign policy has been in the hands of “experts” for decades now and I can’t see that we’re doing so great with the rest of the world, exactly.

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