posted on May, 2 2018 @ 10:08 PM
a reply to: theantediluvian
You know, in a perfect world, he'd have stepped up and said the following:
"I may have had sex with her, don't really recall... I've bedded a lot of women over the years, big numbers, big numbers, some I remember. The ones
who were average or sub par, not so much. So I don't know if I did her or not, not good sex if I did. Michael and I go way back. I trust him, he
trusts me, and I've paid him a lot of money, big dollars, over the years to handle some of my business and activity. I write him a check when he
sends me a bill, time is money and my time is a lot of money, a lot more than $130,000."
mic drop and walk off. He'd have not lost support and he'd have likely caused a number of (needed) suicides via skull implosions had he done so. He
chose a different route, lying to a reporter. As I've already said, I see no reason for any honesty standards to be applied in anyone's dealings with
the media because they are, by their very nature, a den of dishonest thieves. It's little different than telling some beggar "sorry, don't have any
change" when they hit you up for some money to buy a bottle outside the store... it's lying to someone who you have no reason, no benefit, and no
obligation to be honest or truthful with. It's the epitome of a throw away "lie."