The National Enquirer’s John Edwards Love Child Story has Been Ignored by MSM

Enquirer Spent Weeks Running Down Details in Story 

A Hint for Future Politicians Caught in a Scandal 

What is a politician to do?

Let’s say you’ve gotten involved with a former associate on your campaign. For example, someone, oh say, that’s produced campaign videos for your cause.

And let’s continue, for the sake of argument, that you and this comely lass got caught up in the moment and magic happened.

An untidy pregnancy resulted, and even though your position on the campaign trail favors abortion on demand, in your private life, you have children.

Or perhaps, the mother wanted a reminder of the good times.

Again, what’s a candidate to do?
Hypothetically, if you were someone running for office and you had a unseemly scandal you wanted to hide in plain sight, here’s a solution that’s guaranteed to succeed.

Hand it over the Enquirer, let them publish it. Sit back and watch the MSM ignore it until it dies on the vine.

Not all stories come wrapped in pretty bows, some come by way of less than “ethical” standards, at least in the minds of mainstream journalists in regards to the National Enquirer.

The National Enquirer is a tabloid whose stories run the gamut from celebrity gossip to political scandals. A step up from the tabloids which scream tales of 500 pd women giving birth to alien babies or yet another sighting of Bigfoot.

The Enquirer has had its moments, much to the chagrin of the intrepid MSM.

Read rest of story:

John Edwards Love Child: Source Too ‘Tainted’ For MSM?

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John Edwards Love Child: Source Too ‘Tainted’ For MSM?

Mondoreb blogs at Death By 1000 Papercuts. Interested readers can e-mail him at
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