Friday, November 27, 2015

WH Continues to Stonewall on Sestak "Bribe"

WH Press Secretary Robert Gibbs deflected a barrage of questions Thursday for more clarity on Rep. Joe Sestak's allegation that he was offered a job to bypass a primary challenge to Sen. Arlen Specter.

WH Continues to Stonewall on Sestak "Bribe"


Sill no answers from the White House about who did or said exactly what in the mysterious case of Democratic Senate nominee Joe Sestak's claim of a job-offer bribe to forego a challenge to Sen. Arlen Specter in the primary. Sestak, after initially disclosing the offer, continues to stonewall on what happened, too.

Los Angeles Times compared Gibbs to Wonder Woman, with her magic silver deflector bracelets.

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