They're so predictable
I told you this was going to happen. Gloria “All-Red,” the liberal queen mother of illegals and harlots who prostitute themselves in pornography, on street corners, and yes in restaurants – has announced a press conference this afternoon. The star of the press conference is to said to be (drum roll please) – a woman who will claim, Herman Cain, sexually harassed her when she sought his help in getting a job, while Herman headed the National Restaurant Association.
Was this not expected? Did I not say specifically that “All-Red” would show up with an accuser? And did I not also say, that in order to work, this set of charges would have to be more salacious than the first?
Here’s the problem though. You cannot have a man in Herman’s position be what he is being portrayed as and not have his peers know it. It doesn’t happen, it cannot happen. The whisper mill alone would be deafening. And contrary to what will be said next, i.e. he only preyed upon the weak and those he knew he could intimidate into keeping quiet. They will wheel out a liberal professor or psychologist and babble about some study that discusses how sexual harassers carefully select their prey, yaddy-yaddy-yaddy-blah-blah.
The other component to be considered as well, is that this will give cover to those who never had any intention of supporting Herman, but pretended to be intrigued by his candidacy and support of his run. Take for instance Fox News commentator and author Liz Trotta. Last week, when rumors of a third Herman accuser surfaced, she was asked her opinion of the attacks. Her comment was telling – she said the third accuser was on one to many, she draws the line at two.
Well, isn’t that rich? Doesn’t the idea of these things being fabricated enter into her equation? Brit Hume, whom I personally find to be one of the singularly most honest news journalists ever, said the one settlement couldn’t have been anything serious, because contrary to what it may seem like to persons outside of corporate business this was a very small amount.
But this will give those such as Trotta a shield from which to shoot at Herman from behind. They can pretend to be dismayed because he is such a nice man, and oh his poor family, it’s a shame, blah-blah. But this is the way this game is played. There will be a phalanx of those similar to Trotta, who will wring their hands, contort their brow, and feign saying something barely measurably coherent.
We don’t know what “All-Red” and her latest poor damaged soul (read: money-grubbing, trollop
out to cash in on a stolen 15 minutes of fame). The problem for this woman is I don’t see it working this time. Because, those of us with common sense, in addition to those of us who support Herman, aren’t about to be fooled by Republican hatchet men led by one with a long history of dirty tricks, or by a liberal moll who lives to exploit situations no matter how base, for personal gain.
The claim will have to be over the top, which will strain the credibility of those making same. What can she say? I predict in advance that whatever she claims will amount to nothing. I would like to know if she got “All-Red’s” number out of the phone book. And even though this started out as a Republican hit, the opportunity for “All-Red” to step in, cash-in, and help sink a conservative man who is truly conservative was something she couldn’t resist.
So we wait. Maybe the next accuser will be from PETA claiming that Herman didn’t spend enough time at home with his cats, or that he hunted his hunting dogs out in inclement weather. Let’s stand up and let our voices be heard for truth and fairness, and for Herman Cain.
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here